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Old 03-10-2007, 06:24 PM   #481
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She would certainly make my studies more enjoyable. As it is, I have temporarily killed my sex drive, having just finished a 90 page thesis on sexual ethics in early Christianity. Otherwise, I would insert into my post.
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Old 03-11-2007, 12:38 AM   #482
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Little Children

8/10

Great movie. I won't give the plot away, but it's basically a set of intersecting stories that come together at the end. It makes you think profound things about life, what we worry about, and ultimately, what's important. Kate Winslet and Jennifer Connelly are amazing in their respective roles.
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Flags Of Our Fathers

8.5 /10

I really enjoyed this. Great storyline and nice cinematics.
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Old 03-12-2007, 12:37 AM   #484
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I'm currently on a bit of a Scarlett Johannson kick, and recently watched Girl with a Pearl Earring. This is a strong example of a historical film that, despite taking great liberties with the events that it depicts, nonetheless provides some very strong historical commentary. Johannson is excellent and incredibly sympathetic as the lead.

8/10
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Old 03-14-2007, 12:41 PM   #485
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7.5/10

I felt like watching a movie set in NY so what better to watch than a Woody Allen film. Very enjoyable musical/comedy. I liked that the actors (except Drew I think) did all their singing .. you also get to see Ed Norton trying to dance hehe. And, there's Woody being Woody. The dance between him and Goldie at the end is quite magical.
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Old 03-17-2007, 12:10 PM   #486
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Babel had great potential, but was hurt by its own grand ambitions. Brad Pitt's performance is the best that I have seen from him, yet his storyline is obscured by the rather obtuse preoccupation with the Japanese girl, who relates to the main plot only tenuously. It seems as though the film could have conveyed the same message without her being involved in any way, which also would have conveyed its message more immediately. Ultimately, Babel suffered from an inflated conception of its own importance.

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Old 03-17-2007, 03:26 PM   #487
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Just watched My Cousin Vinny, years since I'd seen it, forgot how absolutely brilliant this film is, Joe Pesci puts in a wonderful performance as Vinny, more than ably supported by the gorgeous Marisa Tomei, I was in stitches as Vinny introduced himself in the cell, whilst his cousin was asleep, & when finally he thought he'd found a place to get a good nights sleep, only to be woken by an ear piercing shriek in the countryside, when he jumped out of his bed, yelling "What the F*^K" absolutely hilarious!

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Old 03-18-2007, 12:56 PM   #488
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^I love that movie!

watched Borat for the first time last night, I almost died laughing.
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Lost in Translation is one of my favorite movies of all time. It's so superb. A favorite moment of mine is when they're all in the apartment singing kareoke and Bill rocks out the Peace Love and Understanding.
Not at all time fave movie for me, but yes, that's one of my all-time fave songs, so I concur with you

Just saw An Inconvenient Truth. Wow.
Everyone should see it. I'm embarrassed that I didn't see it sooner, though I wanted to. Just not enough hours in my day.
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Old 03-18-2007, 05:28 PM   #490
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I finally got around to watching This Is Spinal Tap, which I've had here for awhile. There were some parts that really made me crack up (especially the part about Stonehenge), but overall I was sort of disappointed by it. That's how it often is with me and Christopher Guest movies, though. I liked A Mighty Wind, but Best In Show bored me. This was definitely good for some Sunday afternoon laughs, though. 5/10

I need to get around to seeing An Inconvenient Truth. It's pretty far down in my Netflix queue. I should bump it up.
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Old 03-18-2007, 06:06 PM   #491
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The Wind That Shakes the Barley

7.8/10

It had a very authentic feel.

The acting and casting were top notch.

Can not attest to the accuracy of the story line, I will leave that for others.
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Old 03-18-2007, 08:48 PM   #492
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Das Leben Der Anderen (Lives of Others)


Excellent movie with tons subtle imagery and references that takes a second look to figure out. Ulrich Mühe (Stasi officer) is brilliant in his role (kinda reminds me of Kevin Spacey at some parts).

Haven't seen Pan's Labyrinth yet so I can't judge which one "deserved" the Oscar, but this one deserves all the good reviews IMHO.
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The Devil Wears Prada

Very entertaining, good performances by the lead characters, but Emily def stole the movie.

Stanley Tucci is superb, as always.

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The Devil Wears Prada

Very entertaining, good performances by the lead characters, but Emily def stole the movie.

Stanley Tucci is superb, as always.


I just watched that last night too It was an amazing movie! The entire cast was brilliant! I also want every piece of clothing, shoe, and handbag in that movie
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