Good Movies I've seen lately

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"The Incredables" was really good, but im a little biased being a 3d animator (but i dont think ill go see polar express)
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The incredibles does look good
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ive only just got round to watching taxi 2, its not a good as the first taxi but its still funny and classy like the first.

and has anyone seen red dragon ?
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red dragon... i think i have?
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i have recently watched the day after tommorow excellent film :P
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yea i like that movie too
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killbill 2
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Yeah I agree The Incredibles is recommended.

If you like a good scare I also recommend The Grudge from my review...
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The terror was so insane and after each scary scene you were left with an incredible high down the back of your neck.
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the grudge looks well cool im gonna get it tonight :D
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the grudge looks well cool im gonna get it tonight :D


naaa you gotta see it at the cinema for the scares!
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The grudge was NOT scary. Some parts were actually really cheesy. I'm glad I didn't pay to see it. Maybe save it for a rental. The effects were great but man some scenes could have been improved sooo much! But to each their own :)

I saw 2 movies this weekend, The Stepford Wives (do not see it - god awful) and Goodbye Lenin! (very good german flick!!!)
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The grudge was NOT scary. Some parts were actually really cheesy. I'm glad I didn't pay to see it. Maybe save it for a rental. The effects were great but man some scenes could have been improved sooo much! But to each their own :)

I saw 2 movies this weekend, The Stepford Wives (do not see it - god awful) and Goodbye Lenin! (very good german flick!!!)


did you see it in a cinema?
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There is a lot more atmospere at the cinama.
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Of course I saw it in the theatre. I just don't scare easily that's all. I watch too many horrors that's probably why lol
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the problem with most modern films is their special effects. and this is coming from someone in that line of work. movies used to seem so much better and more memorable, now its all special effects fluff. empty calories. when one relies on the special effects to carry the movie, it will fail. only good story telling and compelling characters can every make a good movie. thats why pixar and dreamworks films are so great, they develope characters that the audience cares about while having mind blowing effects, a mix that only the best can do.
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613flavah wrote:
Goodbye Lenin! (very good german flick!!!)


agreed, goodbye lenin was pretty good, interesting concept
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yea, you cant beat classics
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Hi ... i saw 'Troy' and 'The Village' . I think Troy is an excellent presentation. Well about The Village .... didnt match my expectations ...... not as good as his (night shyamlal's )earlier movie sixth sense......
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Well M. Night shalamalajadaba..blah whatever that losers name is...is

just an awful creator period...The Sixth Sense was okay, but it all went

down hill from there. Tombstone, Wet Hot American Summer, Lord of

The Rings Trilogy(although I was disappointed with Peter Jackson

omitting the Hobbit war...it must be in the extended version)...Fight

Club, KillBill2,...so many more but I'm tired...soisleep
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Suspect Zero - Ben Kingsley is the man.

I also liked, SAW. It was disturbing and kept you guessing until the end. Definitely not for the faint hearted.
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Well M. Night shalamalajadaba..blah whatever that losers name is...is

just an awful creator period...


Like all good things it just depends on your tastes :P
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I think Troy is an excellent presentation.


I don't agree. Troy was a good film to begin with, and the jump attack thing that Achilles does is pretty cool, but the plot was horrendous and completely deviated from the original by Homer. Good fun though.

I'd recomend "Donnie Darko" to anyone, best film in the world. "Crouching Tiger, hidden Dragon" is brilliant too.
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I'd recomend "Donnie Darko" to anyone, best film in the world.


Donnie Darko is indeed a brilliant film and I was lucky enough to interview the Director Richard Kelly. I also have a review of the Directors Cut I did if anyone wants to read it.
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Lord of the ring trilogy is brilliant ... but according to me two towers and return of the king failed to sustain the gusto fellowship of the ring had
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I just saw Fear and loathing in las vegas, with johnny depp as a pshchadelic addict on a weird trip in Las vegas it was sick! Oh and if you missed it, get Rivers Edge
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johnny depp ........ he was good in pirates of the caribbean: the curse of the black pearl
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Donnie Darko is indeed a brilliant film and I was lucky enough to interview the Director Richard Kelly. I also have a review of the Directors Cut I did if anyone wants to read it.


wow thanks those are great articles i'm printing them up to read tonight!! :) Do you have any idea what was up with the hilarious commentary on the DVD about the Patrick Swayze video?
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Do you have any idea what was up with the hilarious commentary on the DVD about the Patrick Swayze video?


What was up. eh? Sorry you have lost me.
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i prefer movies which have intersting story lines.
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