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Old 10-28-2006, 01:39 PM   #301
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Saw 3

Oh, my, God. This is the goriest movie I have ever seen. All I could think about after leaving the theater is how much blood we have in our bodies.
It was entertaining and engrossing, but you'd seriously have to pay for me to watch it again.
Think the brain scene from Hannibal x 100,000. Think Hostel on steroids. Well, they might be about the same. You'd have to pay me to watch either of them again.

Now I've got to go sleep with the lights on because I'm sure the pigman and his little puppet buddy are going to nab me in the night and teach me a lesson.
I know the kid of the actor who was stuck in the chains.

Yep, 4 degrees closer to hollywood than Kevin Bacon on that one.
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You're like 3 degrees from Mel Gibson there.

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Guy in chains worked with the director (obv)
The director worked with Angus MacFadyen
Angus worked with Mel Gibson in Braveheart

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Old 10-28-2006, 02:28 PM   #303
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Marie Antoinette
8/10

LOVED it. I loved the use of modern music (with the exception of the "I Want Candy" sequence - it was too much), it was an amazingly gorgeous movie. I just really enjoyed it.

I usually don't find Kirsten Dunst all that attractive, but she was stunning in every scene in this movie.
Makes me want to go and see this movie even more now
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As long as you know what to expect. My boss went to see it and hated it ... but she had been expecting some sort of "chick flick/tearjerker" thing.
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Saw III
6/10

I can't really give this a high score because 1) I don't really like these movies, personally 2) I think I'm about to throw up 3) There were a few too many scenes that reminded me of childhood trauma 4) I am sick of the way these movies end. So there went the four points and that leaves us with 6 ...I know I know, that was a horrilbe review, but I'm really in a bad mood for seeing that movie, but it was worth it. I went with my friend to see it, so now she's going with me to see Nightmare Before Christmas
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The Constant Gardener

9/10

Excellent movie. Rachel Weisz was phenominal and deserved the Oscar for this.
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Old 10-29-2006, 04:28 PM   #307
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Fly Away Home

8/10

Yes, it's cheesy. Yes it's mushy but it's based on a wicked awesome true story.

Ghostbusters II

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C'mon... it's Ghostbusters!
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Saw 3

Oh, my, God. This is the goriest movie I have ever seen. All I could think about after leaving the theater is how much blood we have in our bodies.
It was entertaining and engrossing, but you'd seriously have to pay for me to watch it again.
Think the brain scene from Hannibal x 100,000. Think Hostel on steroids. Well, they might be about the same. You'd have to pay me to watch either of them again.

Now I've got to go sleep with the lights on because I'm sure the pigman and his little puppet buddy are going to nab me in the night and teach me a lesson.
Way to overexaggerate, you wuss . I could handle watching that movie again while eating pork chops with a side of bacon during the pigs with maggots scene. I felt really uncomfortable during the opening scene but that was it.

Anyway, the movie was okay but not great. It was nice to get some loose ends from Saw 1 and 2 finally resolved. I'm giving it a 6/10.

PS Saw 4 is already being written with a projected Halloween '07 release date
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The Prestige
9/10

I wanted to see this movie so much because my uncle is a magician, and I always sorta wanted to follow in his footsteps, but alas, I have no talent in this particular field...anyway enough about me on to the movie. I thought it was amazing, there were so many little plot twists throughout, and some pretty interesting illusions. Also, for the first time in a while, the preview for this movie did not spoil anything for me. Yes, I did figure out the ending about 45 minutes before it happened, but overall, I loved it and I will definently be purchasing it when it comes out on video.


This movie was SO GOOD!!! My friend and I just loved it (which is funny because he absolutely hates and loathes "Memento", which I love, but still funny that he hates "Memento"and loved this movie).

I've heard "The Illusionist" is actually a better movie about magicians, but since I haven't seen that one yet, I can't comment.

But I would highly recommend "The Prestige".
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PS Saw 4 is already being written with a projected Halloween '07 release date
HOW?! I can not believe that
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As long as you know what to expect. My boss went to see it and hated it ... but she had been expecting some sort of "chick flick/tearjerker" thing.
Chick flick isn't exactly what I had in mind with this movie lol.

Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning- 8/10

Huge fan of horror movies and I was not even close to being disappointed with this one. A bit too gory sometimes for me personally but it's to be expected with this kind of movie. Would pay to go and see it again
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Flags of Our Fathers

6/10. Disappointing. A little flat. I thought Adam Beach stole the movie. Adam Beach I bet he'll get an Oscar nomination
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The Notebook 10/10

Everyone told me I would love this movie/cry at the end. And I was like pshhhh.....well the credits are rolling as I type this and I am sobbing. That was fantastic and is definently a movie I plan on purchasing as soon as possible.
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6.5/10

good not great

a little too mello-dramatic
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6.5/10

good not great

a little too mello-dramatic
Oh, that's too bad. The trailer looks really good, but then I guess that's the purpose of a trailer. Will go see it anyway since I love Gael Garcia Bernal.

I saw The Departed yesterday and really liked it. 8/10 though as a Boston girl I have to say the accents were appalling, except for Mark Whalberg and Matt Damon, of course, being local boys and all!
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