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  1. KevDo
    The Social Network - 6/10
     
    Was ok, better than I thought it was going to be but I thought it was going to be a teenage film where some weird and wonderfully crazy stuff would happen on Facebook. I was waiting for the "why is your status still single" line so that was a bit of a "oh dear" moment. Oh, and they didn't half try to get the guys name out as much as possible did they? what was his name, Mark.... something [​IMG]
     
  2. dangyoo
    recently, i watched a korean movie called "a man from nowhere." (i believe it's called ahjussi in korean).
     
    It was pretty much ... a korean version of "taken," with knife-combats.
     
    plot- meh.
     
    action - okay.
     
    gory though. kind of.
     
  3. pigmode
    John Harrison's Dune (Sci-fi mini-series) -- 8/10: A great complement to the book, as was Lynch's version of which I would rate as an equal. Both enlighten different aspects of the story, with very different atmospherics. Harrison's looking somewhat like a computer game, and Lynch's Dune shrouded within a Gigerian darkness. Harrison's considerably longer run time allowed for a more comprehensive telling, although with much more editorial freedom.
     
  4. tdockweiler
    Three Days of the Condor - 7.5/10
     
    I don't know why, but this went way downhill halfway through. Especially the whole romance part of it, where he ends up sleeping with the woman he kidnapped. Robert Redfords acting in this movie could have been better.
     
    Starman - 9/10
     
    Love this entire movie and it's the second time i've seen it. It's hard to believe this is the same guy from "True Grit"
     
    The 'Burbs - turned it off it was so bad!
     
    Drop Dead Fred - 7/10
     
    I haven't seen this since I was in middle school. I'm now 30! I hate to admit it, but I did laugh a lot during this movie. It reminds me of "Liar, Liar" and several other Jim Carrey movies for some reason.
     
     
     
  5. BobSaysHi
    Nobody Knows - 10/10
     
    One of my favorite movies. The camerawork is phenomenal.
     
  6. Anaxilus


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  7. fraseyboy
    Tangled - 9/10
     
    It was cute and made me nostalgia about the time when Disney was good and put cheesy songs in their movies. The songs themselves were sorta forgettable. It became a tad dull for a bit towards the end but it picked up again and ended on a high note. 
     
  8. Audio-Omega
    The Kings of Mykonos - 5.5/10
     
     
    A light hearted comedy.
     
     
  9. Proglover


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    I have that lying around here for ages now. Guess I have to put that in my dvd player and just watch.
    So much movies lying around....pff
     
  10. shipsupt


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     I'll go with an 8/10 too.  A good movie for sure. 
     
  11. tdockweiler
    The Social Network - ??/10
     
    Give me another day and I'll decide. I'm not quite sure the story is interesting enough to make a movie about. A documentary would have been just as entertaining. It felt like one in many ways.
    I'm so glad they didn't seem to make everything too over-dramatic. I'm not sure how accurate this movie is, but I actually could care less about Facebook.
     
    If I had made the movie I'm not sure I could come up with many more ways to make it that much better. Acting was pretty decent too.
     
    Maybe an 8/10..BTW it's not a movie I could watch more than once. I found it rather dull.
     
     
    BTW I've seen "Nobody Knows" years ago. Love that movie and it's supposed to be based on true events.
    Did you know that the kid in the movie won best actor at the Cannes film festival? He was only like 10 or 11 or something? I forget.
     
    If you want another good Japanese film check out "Twilight Samurai". It's one of my favorites. I'd give that a 10/10 easily. Same with Nobody Knows.
     
     
     
     
  12. Anaxilus
    Hell yeah.  Twilight Samurai is one of my all time favorites.  x2.  Classic.
     
  13. Uncle Erik Contributor
    Managed to catch "Toy Story 3" on the cruise, with the kiddos. Much better than I expected - it really did a nice job with the themes of abandonment and loss. I'll give it a 9/10. Pixar delivers another winner, though not as excellent as "Ratatoulle" and "Wall-E."
     
  14. SoupRKnowva
    i just watched the girlfriend experience, which was a independent film done by steven soderbergh in 2009. i was just browsing through netflix on my 360 and it popped up. it's about the interpersonal relationships and problems therein of a new york escort. 4/5
     
  15. Proglover


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    agreed
    Ratatouille and Wall-E are classic, Toy Story was nice, but not in the same league. But these pixar guys always deliver, also had a very good time watching Up and Bolt.
     
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