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post #226 of 456
Just watched City of God, this is a must see
post #227 of 456
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Originally posted by Bonkura
Just watched City of God, this is a must see
I've mentioned this movie in the "your favorite movie that no one's ever heard of" thread. I guess this movie didn't get too much exposure in North America, but it is my favorite movie last year. I really want to watch this again when they release the region 2 DVD.
post #228 of 456
I saw Shaolin Challenges Ninja and The Lord of the Rings : The Two Towers, both were fun in their own way. I also saw Kill Bill, The 400 Blows, Suddenly, Last Summer and Rabbit Proof Fence.

post #229 of 456
Just watched The Program, nice football movie with James Caan.
post #230 of 456
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Two others we saw at the theater ($3.00 for two) were Out of Time and S.W.A.T. Didn't mind sitting through swat at all. And Out of Time was a fun movie with some chuckles and a good story. Why do most of the movies in Florida make you think of retirement and Margaritaville? Oh and Eva Mendez is looking good.

post #231 of 456
I went to see Bad Boys II yesterday... knew it wasn't a great movie, but it served it's purpose (mindless entertainment) pretty well.
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A very good one. I bothered all my friends last night about the necessity of seeing this one. They are suspecting it`s some sort of a karate movie like I did until two nights ago.
post #233 of 456
Just saw Foolproof last night. It wasn't great but I would consider it a good movie and well worth my $6 I paid to see it. I especially liked the many Canadian references in the movie.
post #234 of 456
recently saw:

t3 - boy was this a letdown. the whole movie was a t2 ripoff and the villain wasn't even scary. oh well. some cute scenes, but the majority of it was fairly crappy.

texas chainsaw massacre ("revisit") - great movie. heard it's been getting bad reviews, but i'm not really sure why. sure, it's a horror flick. sure, it's a remake (sort of) of a classic story that's been ripped off for decades. i thought the sets were _awesome_ and the direction was really cool and decently fresh style too. not too flashy, great sound queues, slick look to the whole film. the color palette looks like it got tweaked a bit digitally or something, as the whole film had a dark and musty look to it. i'd recommend it to anybody looking for a creepy thrill, though the hardcore tcm fans might be slightly disappointed. also, i'd easily pay $9 to stare that long as jessica beil's stomach again any day.
post #235 of 456
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Originally posted by mkyy
I've mentioned this movie in the "your favorite movie that no one's ever heard of" thread. I guess this movie didn't get too much exposure in North America, but it is my favorite movie last year. I really want to watch this again when they release the region 2 DVD.
so people are missing this? it has an 8.6/10 rating on imdb, which for me is the site that is most often right about the general quality of movies (I dont lsiten to regular movie critics)
post #236 of 456
What is the site for imdb? ive been trying to find a good review site with unbiased opinions for some time now.
post #237 of 456
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Originally posted by Nefarion
What is the site for imdb? ive been trying to find a good review site with unbiased opinions for some time now.
Its a site where the votes of members create the total rating, users can submit comments which can be biased, but the overall rating imo gives a nice hint on what you can expect from a movie, with the usuall exception here and there, like lord of the rings having a short career in the #1 slot of the top movies of all time list *pukes* *runns away and hides*

www.imdb.com
post #238 of 456
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Not really a movie, DVD concert: Leopold Stokowski conducts

Excellent concerts recorded in the late sixties and early seventies at the London Po. For the novice (me), it's interesting to see the setup and the leads and just seeing the music as well as listening. I think you can actually hear a piece differently after seeing it (I'm sure live is better). This one will be played again and again. I can't wait to get back to the world and see some concerts.



post #239 of 456
the first in the indiana jones trilogy from the new box set, and just so everyone knows, the reflection of ford when he is confronted by the cobra is gone, thanks again george.

also signs and unbreakable from the m night shaymalan box set.
post #240 of 456

Till Human Voices Wake Us

slow, moody and very satisfying and well acted Aussie indy with Guy Pearce and Helena Bonham Carter.



Half way through "Taken"...enjoying it much more without commercials...I can even tolerate Matt Frewer this time...but still gritting my teeth awaiting Heather Donahue's appearance...her acting makes me cringe.

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