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post #166 of 15550
I just watched "Arthur" with Dudley Moore. Quite possibly the funniest PG movie of all time ! I think a lot of people never realized how hilarious Dudley could be.
post #167 of 15550
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Night on Earth - 6/10
Great film. The Rome and Helsinki segments were a bit of a let down, but otherwise a very solid piece. Paris and Los Angeles being the best of the bunch.
Really? I thought Roberto's sequence in Rome was priceless. And the Helsinki segment - that's the taxi driver who lost his child, right? - was one of the more memorable segments. The cabbie's story was believable, and he made you believe it.

The only segment i didn't care for was Wynnona. She did a terrible job, and the story was dumb.

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This film also completed my Jarmusch experience and I've now seen all the man's work (with the exception of that Neil Young doc.). Still my favorite current american director.
You haven't seen Year Of The Horse yet? well, it's a tour documentary. Well done technically, but, just a tour documentary.

Have you seen Fishing With John?
post #168 of 15550
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Really? I thought Roberto's sequence in Rome was priceless. And the Helsinki segment - that's the taxi driver who lost his child, right? - was one of the more memorable segments. The cabbie's story was believable, and he made you believe it.
I found Rome a bit out-of-place as it was total comedy compared to the other segments. Really funny though.
The Helsinki-part on the other hand, felt a tad too familiar to me as I'm a Finn

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You haven't seen Year Of The Horse yet? well, it's a tour documentary. Well done technically, but, just a tour documentary.

Have you seen Fishing With John?
Nope, haven't seen either of those. I'm not shying away from documentaries though, actually I love 'em and they're definetly on my list to see at some point.
post #169 of 15550
Fishing With John isn't a Jarmusch product per se - It was a series of short documentaries, where John Lurie (of stranger than paradise and down by law) goes fishing with various famous people in various parts of the world.

On the first episode, he goes shark fishing with Jim Jarmusch.

They're low-budget, produced for a local tv station somewhere, but fun to watch.
post #170 of 15550
"No Country for Old Men" - 9/10. Instant classic with Javier Bardem as one of the scariest, creepiest killers ever and Tommy Lee Jones in a role tailor-made for him.
post #171 of 15550
I saw The Golden Compass last sunday and really enjoyed it, even more than the LOTR movies. My only complaint is that it was a bit short.

9/10
post #172 of 15550
Bee Movie

7.5/10

Great and fun movie to watch, was a bit mediocre in terms of the story line, and somewhat unbelievable - yes I know it's a kids movie, but still!

Had some funny parts - overall enjoyable movie.
post #173 of 15550
As much as I enjoyed the bee movie, I didnt like the message it was giving. First the bee's sue the human race saying we are exploiting the bee's, and in the end, the bee's are proved wrong, does that mean we continue to just exploit them?? There was no closure on that issue. There shouldve been some sort of agreement or understanding between the humans and bees at the end, instead of just saying yeah we humans are right and we should just exploit nature and make money!
post #174 of 15550
I watched Stranger than Fiction and it was great!
post #175 of 15550
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I saw The Golden Compass last sunday and really enjoyed it, even more than the LOTR movies. My only complaint is that it was a bit short.

9/10
Wow - that's quite a statement to make!

GAD
post #176 of 15550
Usual Suspects

9/10

Great director
and yet Superman Returns was above average

Great Ending though
post #177 of 15550
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I saw a whole bunch during that past week or so:

Miller's Crossing: 9/10 - Probably my favorite Coen brother's film. Have yet to experience NCFOM.

The Rundown: 6/10 - Some good ol' a**kicking by The Rock.

The War: 2/10 - Newest Jet Li movie. Couldn't finish it.
post #178 of 15550
Golden Compass - No flow to the movie, it felt like a bunch of random splices where they needed to save time. If it were a 4hr long epic I think I would have enjoyed it.

4/10
post #179 of 15550
Borewulf... Oh dear...
post #180 of 15550
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