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Old 01-05-2008, 07:07 PM   #106
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If it were just Qui-Gon, it'd be number 1. But no, Jar Jar Binks is prominently involved.

At least The Mummy did what it was supposed to do, entertain me. I really don't want to derail another thread into prequel bashing either.
That's why I took my further remarks to the SW thread.
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Old 01-05-2008, 07:11 PM   #107
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I'm not a fan of Fight Club, and I have seen Mr. Ripley, but it would just place a little further down on my list.

Others on your list I'd like to see/have heard good things about include Buena Vista Social Club, Sweet and Lowdown, Titus, 8 1/2 Women, Ghost Dog, Arlington Road, eXistenZ...
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BTW - Television shows about sexually-liberated, emotionally stunted women are AWEsome.

Thousands of women all over america watch them and decide that what they really need is a nasty romp with a random guy.

Most of you are very random.
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Tell Us That You Love Us, Dalton.
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You know what, The Last Samurai is a pretty great flick. The last act gets a bit ridiculous, but I dig it nonetheless.
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That's how you're going to try to lure Dalton and me from the other thread?

Christ, you can do better than Cruise with a beard.
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Let's be honest, American Gladiators is the best thing to happen to television since the Playboy channel.
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The Lingerie Bowl?
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I'm not a fan of Fight Club, and I have seen Mr. Ripley, but it would just place a little further down on my list.

Others on your list I'd like to see/have heard good things about include Buena Vista Social Club, Sweet and Lowdown, Titus, 8 1/2 Women, Ghost Dog, Arlington Road, eXistenZ...

Obviously I'd say eXistenZ first, underrated and MAJOR Cronenberg, also the only original screenplay of his since Videodrome (and a complement to it, so you'd want to see that first if you haven't). Ghost Dog is good, even if you don't like Jarmusch much (I don't), but it's not even close to Dead Man (probably the best film Johnny Depp has ever been in). Titus is very cool, very original film.

So Ripley is the only Minghella you've seen? Man, you have got to get a hold of The English Patient. I'm dying to discuss this with more people.
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No, I've seen Cold Mountain as well, and I'm a big fan of that one.
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And by the way laz, I've acquired a copy of My Blueberry Nights via Teh Internets. I'm not going to watch it all before I see it on the big screen, but I did check out the first few minutes and little bits and pieces throughout.

I don't think we have anything to be worried about. Even the opening credits are brilliant.
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And by the way laz, I've acquired a copy of My Blueberry Nights

This is the sequel to Talladega Nights, non?
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This is the sequel to Talladega Nights, non?
Yeah, Will Ferrell plays a pastry chef on a competitive cooking show.
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No, I've seen Cold Mountain as well, and I'm a big fan of that one.

Really? Well if you didn't gag on that then you're going to love Patient.

I seem to be one of the few people that thought Zellweger deserved that Oscar. Jude Law could have won too, in a lesser year. Didn't have his looks or charm to rely on, playing a role with minimal dialogue, and was chilling.

Just as good if not better than Adrien Brody in The Pianist.
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