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Post by Hamishmash on Sat Mar 28, 2009 4:14 pm

Karona wrote:In Bruges, for the millionth time because I can't get enough of it. I think I'm obsessed.

Fantastic film.

And I saw Zack & Miri at the cinema and really enjoyed it.

Last few days I saw Quantum of Solace (I saw it at the cinema and fell asleep - not because it was boring but because I hadn't slept in about 35 hours and the only glasses I found to take to the cinema to watch were my perscription dark glasses... so I fell asleep for about a scene or two but it turned out they were very important scenes... anyway, I enjoyed it. Had the potencial to be really, really good but something went a bit weird in the editing room, it doesn't make much sense and feels far more like an epilogue to the outstanding Casino Royale then a film in itself. Anyway, looking forward to the next one because Daniel Craig and Judi Dench are just awesome) and Man on Wire (masterpiece... so moving).
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Post by samskudraven on Mon Mar 30, 2009 9:47 pm

resident evil degeneration,..
ha what a let down!!!!!!
waste if 7
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Post by Camm on Tue Apr 07, 2009 4:43 pm

My friend "stumbled" upon a copy of the new Wolverine film, which I also happened to watch somehow...
All I gotta say is GREAT!! Although it doesn't quite make sense as a prequel to X-Men, as it's own film it's great. Like a best-of package for Wolverine fans, it has the origin of his powers, and how the relationships that he has in the X-films are formed (Sabretooth from the first film, General Stryker from the second) and doesn't really slow down the action very much.
And for all the Jackman fans, he's absolutely ripped! And they don't spare any chances to gratuiously show his body throughout the film, so for a lot of the female gender there's the price of admission alone.
Also Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson/Deadpool, who isn't well known outside of comic fandom but very popular amongst comic readers, is perfectly cast. Basically the character is a smart-arse assasin, which suits Reynolds to a T!
The performances are great, but it does seem like they're putting characters in just for the fanboy vote, but it doesn't fell like they've been forced in and they all serve their purpose. I give it 3.5/5. Not as well crafted as the second film, but not as shit as the third. On par with the first IMO.
(Although the version I saw wasn't the finished article, so when I see it with the missing scenes and CGI finished I may have a different opinion.)
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Post by Vi on Tue Apr 07, 2009 4:45 pm

The Reader.

I love Kate Winslet.

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Post by Chrissy on Tue Apr 07, 2009 4:47 pm

stupidmeatball wrote:My friend "stumbled" upon a copy of the new Wolverine film, which I also happened to watch somehow...
All I gotta say is GREAT!! Although it doesn't quite make sense as a prequel to X-Men, as it's own film it's great. Like a best-of package for Wolverine fans, it has the origin of his powers, and how the relationships that he has in the X-films are formed (Sabretooth from the first film, General Stryker from the second) and doesn't really slow down the action very much.
And for all the Jackman fans, he's absolutely ripped! And they don't spare any chances to gratuiously show his body throughout the film, so for a lot of the female gender there's the price of admission alone.
Also Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson/Deadpool, who isn't well known outside of comic fandom but very popular amongst comic readers, is perfectly cast. Basically the character is a smart-arse assasin, which suits Reynolds to a T!
The performances are great, but it does seem like they're putting characters in just for the fanboy vote, but it doesn't fell like they've been forced in and they all serve their purpose. I give it 3.5/5. Not as well crafted as the second film, but not as shit as the third. On par with the first IMO.
(Although the version I saw wasn't the finished article, so when I see it with the missing scenes and CGI finished I may have a different opinion.)


AAAAAHHH! I'm gonna lose my mind!!!!!! In fact, I saw this on my way to work yesterday and had to snap a pic:

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Post by Karen on Tue Apr 07, 2009 6:50 pm

stupidmeatball wrote:My friend "stumbled" upon a copy of the new Wolverine film, which I also happened to watch somehow...
All I gotta say is GREAT!! Although it doesn't quite make sense as a prequel to X-Men, as it's own film it's great. Like a best-of package for Wolverine fans, it has the origin of his powers, and how the relationships that he has in the X-films are formed (Sabretooth from the first film, General Stryker from the second) and doesn't really slow down the action very much.
And for all the Jackman fans, he's absolutely ripped! And they don't spare any chances to gratuiously show his body throughout the film, so for a lot of the female gender there's the price of admission alone.
Also Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson/Deadpool, who isn't well known outside of comic fandom but very popular amongst comic readers, is perfectly cast. Basically the character is a smart-arse assasin, which suits Reynolds to a T!
The performances are great, but it does seem like they're putting characters in just for the fanboy vote, but it doesn't fell like they've been forced in and they all serve their purpose. I give it 3.5/5. Not as well crafted as the second film, but not as shit as the third. On par with the first IMO.
(Although the version I saw wasn't the finished article, so when I see it with the missing scenes and CGI finished I may have a different opinion.)

My opinion agrees and disagrees with yours :X:X:X I MEAN ,WHAT?
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Re: what was the last movie you watched

Post by Piper on Wed Apr 08, 2009 11:57 am

Into the Wild. Bawled my eyes out the entire way through. Emile Hirsch is awesome.
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Post by Vi on Fri Apr 10, 2009 5:41 pm



One of my fave River Phoenix movies.

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Re: what was the last movie you watched

Post by Summer on Fri Apr 10, 2009 6:37 pm

^I love that movie!!
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Re: what was the last movie you watched

Post by Chrissy on Sat Apr 11, 2009 9:34 am

River Phoenix. I have no words.

Except A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon.

And maybe Dogfight.

I'm going to see Adventureland tomorrow night. Anyone seen it yet? Supposed to be hilarious.

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Post by Vi on Sat Apr 11, 2009 10:37 am

^I love Dogfight too.

Summer wrote:^I love that movie!!

Yay!

I don't like the chick in it though. "Hi my name is Miranda Presley, no relation..." STFU you stupid cow LOL. You can tell River was heavily on drugs during this movie which is really sad.

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Post by Karen on Sat Apr 11, 2009 7:12 pm

Chrissy wrote:I'm going to see Adventureland tomorrow night. Anyone seen it yet? Supposed to be hilarious.

Haven't seen it, but people I know have generally said it was good. Also, that it wasn't what they expected.
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Post by Vi on Sun Apr 12, 2009 3:38 pm

Con Air.



They don't make movies like this anymore.

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Post by Karen on Sun Apr 19, 2009 5:07 am

Just finished watching Grey Gardens on HBO. Absolutely BRILLIANT. There are not enough words to express how fantastic this film is. All of the performances were great: I was so proud of Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange's performance just knocked me off of my feet from her very first look. I definitely recommend checking it out.
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Re: what was the last movie you watched

Post by Chrissy on Sun Apr 19, 2009 7:50 am

Karona wrote:Just finished watching Grey Gardens on HBO. Absolutely BRILLIANT. There are not enough words to express how fantastic this film is. All of the performances were great: I was so proud of Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange's performance just knocked me off of my feet from her very first look. I definitely recommend checking it out.

Oh. My. God.

This movie was so great! I am not generally a fan of Drew's, I like her as herself, but I'm generally just not a fan of her acting. She really nailed Little Edie. I mean, I was crying by the end of the film. I was so taken with her throughout the whole movie!

And Jessica Lange, if she doesn't win an Emmy for this, it will be a shame.

I cannot get over how much they looked, sounded and moved like these women. Unbelievable.

If you have not seen the original "Grey Gardens" documentary, def check out clips of it before watching the HBO movie.

I loved it. LOVED IT.

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Post by Vi on Sun Apr 19, 2009 4:41 pm

Drew Barrymore is my fave actress. We don't get HBO in Australia. Our free to air TV is like 5 channels...

Pay TV is not a luxury. Its a essential IMO in this country. Normal TV is so boring. Apart from like 3 shows.

While you losers watch Dancing With the Nobodies i'll stick to my Serial Killer Sundays on the crime channel. Very Happy

Or watch TV over the internet.

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Re: what was the last movie you watched

Post by Chrissy on Sun Apr 19, 2009 5:09 pm

^You need to see Grey Gardens, then. Like I said, I don't like her much as an actress, and I LOVED her in this.
She's also fucking GORGEOUS in it. I'm obsessed with it. I'm sure you can find it somewhere.

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Post by Vi on Sun Apr 19, 2009 5:14 pm

^Oh yeah i will don't worry. I see everything with Drew in it. Very Happy

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Post by Karen on Sun Apr 19, 2009 6:16 pm

Chrissy wrote:This movie was so great! I am not generally a fan of Drew's, I like her as herself, but I'm generally just not a fan of her acting. She really nailed Little Edie. I mean, I was crying by the end of the film. I was so taken with her throughout the whole movie!

ME TOO OMG. I was sobbing like a baby at the end.

And Jessica Lange, if she doesn't win an Emmy for this, it will be a shame.

YES!!! Seriously. Just, GAH. One of my absolutely favorite parts of the documentary is when Big Edie sings "Tea for Two" in bed so I was just floored by that scene in the movie. Absolutely haunted me. I love that it's so accurate from the doc and yet Drew and Jessica never impersonated the Edies. They truly were them.
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Post by Mark on Sun Apr 19, 2009 6:23 pm

Anyone seen [REC]? Delightfully spooky Spanish film. Saw it last night. It apparently got remade by America the same year the Spanish film came out. The remake was called Quarantine and was pretty much shot-for-shot remake but with American actors. I seriously hate how Hollywood just remakes foreign films without telling anybody because they think Americans are too dumb to watch subtitles... how patronising is that?

Anyway, great film. I also watched the making of and for anyone that as seen it... that thing at the end... that was a real person with make up. Those were their actual limbs.

I watched it with Hamish and he was yelping all over the place. It was hilarious.
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Post by SarahJayne on Wed Apr 22, 2009 12:12 pm

Finally got round to watching 'Waiting for Guffman' last night, after borrowing it from my friend about a month ago!

Its a really cool film - I can totally see why it gets compared to SHH - same sort of humour. The character of Corky is a bit like Mr. G. Mr G is funnier and meaner tho.

Anyone else seen it?
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Post by Camm on Wed Apr 22, 2009 6:03 pm

I'm really waiting for, wait for it... Star Trek lol. I'm not a Trekkie and have never been interested in the show, but I saw the trailer last night and god it looks spectacular. I'm a bit of a sci-fi nerd and this looks fantastic!
Hopefully lives up to the trailer!
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Post by Karen on Wed Apr 22, 2009 10:01 pm

stupidmeatball wrote:I'm really waiting for, wait for it... Star Trek lol. I'm not a Trekkie and have never been interested in the show, but I saw the trailer last night and god it looks spectacular. I'm a bit of a sci-fi nerd and this looks fantastic!
Hopefully lives up to the trailer!

I am, too! And my reasons are because of Chris Pine and Simon Pegg Embarassed Embarassed
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Post by Vi on Fri May 01, 2009 5:00 pm

Little Nicky.

Rodney Dangerfield was hilarious... RIP.

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Post by Camm on Fri May 01, 2009 5:39 pm

Violet wrote:Little Nicky.

Rodney Dangerfield was hilarious... RIP.

Whoa! Somebody step on a duck?
Have you seen Caddyshack? Absolute classic!
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