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Old 08-26-2006, 12:33 PM   #226
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Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles 9.5/10

it's everything V for Vendetta desperately strived to be
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U-571

I had seen this before, but it is a great film.

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the illusionist

8/10 - ed norton


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7.5/10 - marky mark (dirk digler)
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The Descent - 4/10

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8/10 - ed norton
i saw this tonight. it was good, not great. it said it was based on a short story, which i'm now intrigued enough to read. it was a good story, i just wished they had tied up the loose ends a little better at the end. so i'd probably give it about a 7/10.

still, edward norton.

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Superman returns 4/10.
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i saw this tonight. it was good, not great. it said it was based on a short story, which i'm now intrigued enough to read. it was a good story, i just wished they had tied up the loose ends a little better at the end. so i'd probably give it about a 7/10.

still, edward norton.

yeah, the clever? ending was not all that tight

my 8 score is based on the over all high production standards
editing, p glass score, consistent acting by all. Rufus Suell, etc
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Full Metal Jacket 10/10

One of my all time fav films.
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Because of Winn Dixie - 7.5/10
The dog & Opal were so dang cute. Good story too

After The Sunset - 5/10
Pierce Brosnan/Selma Hayek/Woody Harrelson. Would have been a 4 but the 2 stars are easy on the eyes and the location was nice
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The Insider

10/10

Started off a little slow but picked up about 20 minues in. Russell Crowe and Al Pacino are amazing in this film. Crowe's performance as a regular yet flawed man under a great amount of pressure was very subtle and effective. I'm surprised I didn't watch this sooner since I consider myself a Pacino and Crowe fan. Veteran actor Christopher Plummer was great here as well.
This is a great movie - it's one of those I watch whenever it's on
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Little Miss Sunshine 10/10

Great movie, maybe the best I've seen this year. It's heartwarming, funny, and adds just the right amount of social commentary to get you thinking. Did I mention funny?

The other thing I really liked was the film's music. The whole thing sounded like an Arcade Fire jam session. Not sure who did the soundtrack, but it really stands just as tall as this awesome movie.

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O Brother Where Art Thou 10/10

Hadn't seen this movie in a long time and I forgot what a great piece of work it is. Great cinematography, directing, acting, dialogue & music. I even love George Clooney here, an actor who I normally can't stand.
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The other thing I really liked was the film's music. The whole thing sounded like an Arcade Fire jam session. Not sure who did the soundtrack, but it really stands just as tall as this awesome movie.
Yesssss

The film's score was one of the reasons I was really looking forward to seeing the movie because I'm big fan of the band. The music was from DeVotchKa's How It Ends album, stripped of vocals and edited to instrumental pieces. I highly recommend checking out the soundtrack. You won't be disappointed . I can't get enough of it. I've been listening to it daily for a week now.
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Yesssss

The film's score was one of the reasons I was really looking forward to seeing the movie because I'm big fan of the band. The music was from DeVotchKa's How It Ends album, stripped of vocals and edited to instrumental pieces. I highly recommend checking out the soundtrack. You won't be disappointed . I can't get enough of it. I've been listening to it daily for a week now.
I'll check it out

I just saw the movie a few hours ago, and I'm already having minivan scene flashbacks! It really is a great film, and the music just adds to its quirky charm.
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