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PostPosted: 06/09/09 06:53:51 PM 
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Outstanding movie! I'm mad at myself for just now watching it, it was THAT good! It is long so I would recommend setting aside about 3 1/2 hours to watch it in it's entirety, but well worth it. It starts out kind of slow but once it gets going it becomes graphic, raw, and extremely compelling. If you've ever in your life thought about playing russian roulette, this movie will shatter all those thoughts.

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 Post subject: Re: The last movie you've seen?
PostPosted: 06/14/09 04:12:15 PM 
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Deer hunter is a great movie

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PostPosted: 07/01/09 05:34:15 PM 
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Love the Deerhunter, but you definitely have to be in a mood to watch it all the way through.. the russian roulette scene at the end is legendary.

Last movie I saw was the Tommy Chong documentary on him getting busted. Nothing else was on tv...


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PostPosted: 07/09/09 07:26:55 AM 
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Pride & Prejudice, American Dreamz, The Hangover


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Grandma's Boy and Milk.


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PostPosted: 09/05/09 01:54:00 PM 
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 Post subject: Re: The last movie you've seen?
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I seen K-Pax once more recently... and it was as good as the first time I saw it... just a great movie, loved it.

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I seen K-Pax once more recently... and it was as good as the first time I saw it... just a great movie, loved it.



that movie is a classic for sure

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 Post subject: Re: The last movie you've seen?
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 Post subject: Re: The last movie you've seen?
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Flash of Genius is a 2008 American biographical film directed by Marc Abraham. The screenplay by Philip Railsback, based on a 1993 New Yorker article by John Seabrook, focuses on Robert Kearns and his legal battle against the Ford Motor Company when they develop an intermittent windshield wiper based on ideas the inventor had patented.

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 Post subject: Re: The last movie you've seen?
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This thread is utterly worthless if you aren't gona at least post a score rating /10 of the movie... I personally liked Flash of Genius although it was perhaps a bit vacuous the characters were well developed, it was well acted throughout and it was generally well presented. I even enjoyed the cheesey feel-good ending.

7/10 Worth a watch, but not a cop.


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 Post subject: Re: The last movie you've seen?
PostPosted: 10/02/09 10:36:13 PM 
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ya i just noticed i didnt comment on how i lthought of it but i'd say your 7 /10 would be an acurate rating for me as well, thought it was a lil slow at times but there was humour and a good story line

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 Post subject: Re: The last movie you've seen?
PostPosted: 11/01/09 12:48:46 PM 
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Just saw Red-Belt...ummmmmmmmm...yeah...

not all that good...too many plot holes...fucked up what the dudes wife did to him...but all in all...wasn't all that special...


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 Post subject: Re: The last movie you've seen?
PostPosted: 11/01/09 06:22:42 PM 
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All historical facts and the sensibilities of one scene aside, this movie wasn't all that bad. When viewed strictly for entertainment value, which is what Hollywood is about anyway, this joint had me needing a cigarette when I don't smoke them. Labeled as an action/drama, I call it a stress-filled thriller that makes me want nothing to do with being a submariner.

6/10 (historical facts and the sensibilities of one scene bring this one down)

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 Post subject: Re: The last movie you've seen?
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Atonement... interesting, kind of tragic love story with quality acting and direction but too many flashbacks and plotline dips and dives for my taste... but overall a pretty good movie.

7.5/10

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 Post subject: Re: The last movie you've seen?
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Atonement... interesting, kind of tragic love story with quality acting and direction but too many flashbacks and plotline dips and dives for my taste... but overall a pretty good movie.

7.5/10


Yeah, that joint was alright. I would've had to kill that lil' bitch, though. Just a kid, my ass.

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 Post subject: Re: The last movie you've seen?
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Miller's Crossing is a gangster film set in the 1930's in New Orleans and concerns a power struggle between two rival gangs and how Tom Reagan (Gabriel Byrne) plays both sides off each other.

I enjoyed this flick a little drawn out but overall good story and good acting kept my attention
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This movie depicts the story of a crusty old, semi-racist man living in a neighborhood filled with gang violence and turmoil. Then a family of asians move in next door to him. At first he resents them but over time begins to develop a close bond with them in the wake of all the chaos that is surrounding them. The premise is well put together, the acting is superb and the movie is extremely compelling overrall. It's one of those movies that sucks you in once you start watching it. I loved it. Clint Eastwood is the fucking man and I felt he deserved an oscar nomination for this role as well as a best director nod.

Excellent movie... 9.5/10

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