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Kill Bill Vol. 1



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uma...

i think i'm in love.

post #213 of 456
On TV the other night:
Love potion number 9.
Cute, entertaining enough not to turn of the TV.

Just got myself a DVD player so my neighbour lend me some movie's:
Lord of the Rings 1
Not for me.

Harry Potter 2
I love the books. didn't like the first film but this one was better. But still, only watch it because I'm a HP fan.

Got myself:
The Matrix
Good movie. Don't know about Reloaded though... Seen bits of it and wasn't sold. Can anyone tell me wether I should rent it or not and why?

Beautiful Thing
Great feel good movie! About two teenage boys who live next door to each other in cheap appartments in London. Both with their own problems. One doesn't have a father the other is getting kicked black and blue by his.
During the movie the boys discover they like each other.
If you like good feel good movies and don't mind a male kissing scene than you should watch this one.
The English accent might be a bit tricky to understand sometimes but if I can follow it so should someone whose first language is English.
post #214 of 456
For our traditional Saturday night family movie we rented "The Italian Job" with Donald Sutherland, Charlize Theron, Mark Wahlberg, Seth Green, and Edward Norton. Great cross/double cross kind of movie. In fact, I would buy it if I didn't know how it ends.

Makes me want to go out and buy a hopped up Mini-Cooper.

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The plan was flawless. The execution was perfect. Charlie Croker pulled off the crime of a lifetime. The one thing that he didn't plan on was being double-crossed. Now he wants more than the job's payoff...he wants payback. Mark Wahlberg is electrifying as Croker in this "fast and furious action-adventure."* Along with a drop-dead gorgeous safecracker (Charlize Theron), Croker and his team take off to re-steal the loot and end up in a pulse-pounding, pedal-to-the-metal chase that carens up, down, above and below. the streets of Los Angeles.
With an ensemble all-star cast that also includes Edward Norton, Seth Green, Jason Statham, Mos Def, Franky G and Donald Southerland, The Italian Job is"Hot!"**
post #215 of 456

This weekend's flix....

Children of Dune...even with Susan Sarrandon's overacting and the grating voice and acting style of Daniela Amavia as Alia Atreides I really enjoyed this sequel to the Sci-Fi Channel's Dune. In many ways alot more.

A Mighty Wind...lots of fun but not as good as Best in Show or my favorite from these folks, Waiting for Guffman

Confidence....quirky film with Ed Burns as a charming grifter and Dustin Hoffman in a very funny character role as a small time mob boss with ADD.

Box of Moonlight...the weekend's winner with Sam Rockwell and John Turturro giving two super performances.

John
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Originally posted by fractus2
An unusual movie, set in b&w. Soundtrack is kick-ass. I kept expecting to see Bubbles, Buttercup, or Blossom screach by. Many extras with this dvd. The music video's pretty good.

loved this movie, if u like it u must watch Requiem for a dream (and vice versa)
post #217 of 456
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Originally posted by Lisa
Don't know about Reloaded though... Seen bits of it and wasn't sold. Can anyone tell me wether I should rent it or not and why?
Yes, you should. (a) so you can decide for yourself whether or not it's any good; (b) so you can fast forward through the humans-gyrating-in-the-cave scene (it's just a touch long); (c) so you can watch the truck-chase scene (it's a guy thing, though, not sure if you like it, but I did).
post #218 of 456
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Originally posted by JMT
For our traditional Saturday night family movie we rented "The Italian Job" with Donald Sutherland, Charlize Theron, Mark Wahlberg, Seth Green, and Edward Norton. Great cross/double cross kind of movie. In fact, I would buy it if I didn't know how it ends.
Makes me want to go out and buy a hopped up Mini-Cooper.

JMT,

That dvd isnt even released until tomorrow, how did you manage to already rent it? Inside connections?
Also, rent the original movie too, it was a cult classic back in the 60's, I understand.


JC
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My Best Fiend




Great recommendation Archosman. If you are into the Herzog/Kinski team you'll appreciate this documentary on Klaus Kinski. So far I've seen Aguirre and I just got Nosferatu. I'll probably get some or all of the other three they did together. Maybe Fitzcarraldo next.
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Zulu



Based on a true story, worth the from AMG. I even remember a bar called Rorke's Drift in Darwin. Highly recommended.
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Originally posted by Dusty Chalk
Yes, you should. (a) so you can decide for yourself whether or not it's any good; (b) so you can fast forward through the humans-gyrating-in-the-cave scene (it's just a touch long); (c) so you can watch the truck-chase scene (it's a guy thing, though, not sure if you like it, but I did).
Matrix Reloaded.

It was OK.
A bit irritating that one minute you have to use your brains and the next twenty minutes you'd be better of to not use them in order to enjoy the actionscenes.
Wanna see the end now too. But it isn't worth buying it as far as I'm concenered.
post #222 of 456
Yeah, exactly. I do want to watch the action scenes again, but I can wait until they release the entire trilogy...

Oh, and I can finally post something different to this thread! Saw Runaway Jury last night with John Cusack, Rachel Weisz and Gene Hackman. Very good, but not sure it's necessary to see in the big theater (I try to reserve those exclusively for "big" films).
post #223 of 456
I watched Street Fighter early this morning. Great unintentional comedy.
post #224 of 456
I watched Tommy last night.

A young Ann Margret and Tina Turner

I had forgotten much of the movie. It was nice to see it again.
post #225 of 456
Watched Jacob's ladder (again) yesterday, this movie still interests me like shawshank redemption and a few other movies.
Pure genius.
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