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Old 04-15-2005, 05:08 AM   #136
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The Interpreter. I only saw it because my sister invited a bunch of squealing girlfriends for a barbeque yesterday and I fled to the cinema where absolutely nothing of interest was showing. I thought it was one of those solid middle-quality films you watch once and don't think about much afterwords. It was pretty cool to see the insides of UN Headquarters where it was filmed though.
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Old 04-15-2005, 11:12 PM   #140
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Old 04-16-2005, 07:03 PM   #142
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Pretty good, hyped a bit much I think, but its worth seeing.
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Old 04-17-2005, 10:42 AM   #144
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How was the new "Amityville" movie, Catman?

My sister ordered the "Spongebob Squarepants" movie off of Pay-Per View, and we just finished watching that.

That. Was. Disturbing. Beyond. All. Reason. Yes. The David Hasselhoff cameo was...really...odd. And the last thing I need to see is Patrick with fishnet stockings *Shudders*

Was a rather funny movie, though .

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Old 04-18-2005, 06:50 AM   #146
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The Upside Of Anger-Joan Allen was amazing in it.

Kevin Costner was good too, though his part is pretty much another Crash Davis. I think he's still pretty hot too
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How was the new "Amityville" movie, Catman?

My sister ordered the "Spongebob Squarepants" movie off of Pay-Per View, and we just finished watching that.

That. Was. Disturbing. Beyond. All. Reason. Yes. The David Hasselhoff cameo was...really...odd. And the last thing I need to see is Patrick with fishnet stockings *Shudders*

Was a rather funny movie, though .

Angela

hahha, I've actually been wanting to see the Spongebob movie My friend said it was pretty good. lol, David Hasselhoff...

*But* to answer your question - "Amityville" was pretty good, I guess. Some of the shots reminded me of the recent onslaught of Japanese horror cinema (i.e. "The Ring" and "The Grudge"), but the movie as a whole was a lot less disjointed than "The Grudge" was; not as good as "The Ring," though (eh, I liked that film). Overall I'd give it a 7/10...believe it or not, I actually thought it was better than the original It's a decent flick, enjoyable, a passable 'C'
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hahha, I've actually been wanting to see the Spongebob movie My friend said it was pretty good. lol, David Hasselhoff...
Yeah, I'd recommend it. It is a cute movie. One of my favorite moments was when Spongebob's boss was whispering to him that he was embarrassing himself in public and stuff and Spongebob said, "I'm making a complete what of myself?". You'd have to see the whole scene, though, as that makes that line funnier. And one thing that I was rather impressed by was how they combined the animation and the live action-I'm always impressed by movies that can do that (i.e., "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?").

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*But* to answer your question - "Amityville" was pretty good, I guess. Some of the shots reminded me of the recent onslaught of Japanese horror cinema (i.e. "The Ring" and "The Grudge"), but the movie as a whole was a lot less disjointed than "The Grudge" was; not as good as "The Ring," though (eh, I liked that film). Overall I'd give it a 7/10...believe it or not, I actually thought it was better than the original It's a decent flick, enjoyable, a passable 'C'
Ah, okay-thanks for the review . I agree-from the previews I've seen for the movie, some of the scenes definitely remind me of the ones from the recent horror films you referred to there. I am curious to see the movie-perhaps I'll check it out sometime.

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