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Old 04-11-2004, 10:41 PM   #16
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I saw The Passion of the Christ on Friday night...WOW!

Today, I watched John Q another wow
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Old 04-11-2004, 10:54 PM   #17
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I finally saw 21 Grams last night. Very powerful, I'd give it an A.

I also rented Pieces of April this weekend, with Katie Holmes. Very, very good. Sean Hayes from Will & Grace is in it, and he's hilarious even in the short amount of screen time he has.
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Old 04-12-2004, 03:11 AM   #18
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We Were Soldiers - Mel Gibson in Vietnam. I've seen better Vietnam movies and better Mel Gibson movies but it wasn't bad. 7/10.

Freaky Friday - Jamie Lee Curtis. It was excellent. Great family movie. 9/10.
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Old 04-12-2004, 10:57 AM   #19
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Last movies I rented..School Of Rock..I thought it was so funny and charming

Shattered Glass-a pretty good movie, good acting too


The most recent ones in the theater-

Jersey Girl

Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind I guess

Starsky And Hutch thought it was lame and not that funny

I haven't seen The Passion only because I'm afraid of the violence. I prefer to wait for the DVD and watch it in private
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Old 04-12-2004, 02:17 PM   #20
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In the past month:

Starsky and Hutch: My fiance and I were the ONLY people in the theater laughing at it

Zoolander:

Lost in Translation:

Dawn of the Dead (original): Okay, but too long...got kind of tedious after about an hour

Edward Scissorhands: I found the DVD for £10 and had to buy it

Shrek: I thought it was okay, but not amazing.

City of God: One of the best movies I've seen in a long time.

Calendar Girls:
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Old 04-12-2004, 02:42 PM   #21
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Johnny English = I thought it was hilarious myself. I couldn't stop laughing. My fiance thought it was dumb tho but you can't help but laugh at Rowan Atkinson so I give it a

Dicky Roberts = This was really funny as well. I liked it alot and so did my fiance
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Dicky Roberts = This was really funny as well. I liked it alot and so did my fiance
. I saw that this weekend, too. Very funny, indeed. Had a few sweet moments as well. And I loved the song at the end. .

I also saw "Freddy vs. Jason" this weekend, too. Didn't really know what to think of it. It relied quite heavily on the blood and guts stuff, and a lot of those scenes were rather gross.... It was just a really weird movie, one I can't really give a good or bad rating to.

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Intolerable Cruelty - George Clooney & Catherine Zeta-Jones

What a load of crap - DO NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE - It was a waste of my time. I like both Clooney and Zeta-Jones but even they couldn't save it. I was extremely disappointed.

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I finally saw 21 Grams last night. Very powerful, I'd give it an A. .
21 Grams is a great movie, if you liked it, I recommend you the previous movie of Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu... "Amores Perros", his masterpiece
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Intolerable Cruelty - George Clooney & Catherine Zeta-Jones

What a load of crap - DO NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE - It was a waste of my time. I like both Clooney and Zeta-Jones but even they couldn't save it. I was extremely disappointed.

I saw this recently too on DVD and was suprised at how bad it was, seriously to anyone who has not seen this, dont even bother watching it on TV- its that bad.....

these are some of my more recent faves,

Down with love
swimming upstream (aussie film with Geoffrey Rush, very good and based on a true story)
greenfingers (nice, feel good British film)
pirates (I bought the special edition DVD!!!!!)
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About A Boy - Hugh Grant and Toni Collette

Saw it last night and it was great.
Added bonus of a U2 song in the movie too
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I saw 13 Going On 30 this weekend. Cute, sweet movie..

If you liked Jersey Girl, I think you might like this one too
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I saw Calendar Girls on the weekend and thought that it was very slow and boring and we also got out Seabiscuit and I was pleasently surprised by this one- I would never of picked it myself, but I am glad that a friend got it out- very moving story and I am so glad that for once, Hollywood didn't throw in a romance narrative into a story that didnt need it.....

also I saw About a boy not to long ago and it was just wicked, I thoroughly enjoyed that film....
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