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Old 04-02-2007, 04:18 PM   #61
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The only reason I would watch 300 a second time would be for the great acting by Kelly Craig
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Old 04-02-2007, 04:19 PM   #62
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I saw two.

300
10/10

If a movie let's you constantly talk and re-enact it for three days and counting, I'd call it a winner.

Blades of Glory
8/10

I thought it was pretty funny. Will Ferrell was great, and I was surprised that he worked well with Jon Heder. And the Jenna Fischer appearance gave it one of those eight points on its own.
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The Illusionist



6/10

Nice movie, yet predictable.
Outstanding performance (like always) from Paul Giamatti.
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Old 04-02-2007, 04:34 PM   #64
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Watched the Casino Royale DVD last night, excellent, cheered me up after watching that steaming pile of SH*TE that passes for the england football team!

9/10
I watched the DVD last night and was pleasantly surprised. I had my doubts as to whether the new Bond would pass my approval -- he did, and very nicely. I thought the film was excellent and looking forward to more.
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saw two movies this weekend..

Meet the Robinsons 3D- Cute movie.. my 9yr old liked it

Blades of Glory- loved it.. hilarious.. Will Ferrell is just too much.. some of the scenes.. laughing so hard I had tears running down my cheeks..

oh.. silly me forgot to rate the movies...


Meet the Robinsons 7/10 cuz it's a kids movie...


Blades of Glory-9/10 So damn hilarious I am still thinking about it.
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Old 04-03-2007, 07:58 AM   #66
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The Illusionist - 7/10

Nice cinematography, Edward Norton is a class act and always worth watching (ahh those expressive eyes), Paul Giamatti was also a standout. Still not sold on Jessica Biel and the final twist was oh so predictable I've spent half of the movie thinking that surely the twist is going to be something else. Oh, and Rufus Sewell had one of the silliest-looking onscreen moustache ever. Still, I've enjoyed the movie.
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The only reason I would watch 300 a second time would be for the great acting by Kelly Craig
Yes, her acting skills really brought the message of the movie home for me.
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Old 04-03-2007, 12:16 PM   #68
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"Half Nelson" and "The Lives of Others" were the best movies I've seen in a long time.
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When did we get a new thread??? Anyway, I love how this has evolved from simple lists to raise post count to actual reviews/discussion.

If I weren't so lazy, I'd post reviews of recent movies I've seen. Going to see Grindhouse this weekend and maybe Children of Men. Also going to find The Lives of Others somewhere...
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6/10 - Will Smith was good, but the storyline was so depressing, I was contemplating the best way to kill myself...
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^ Thats the reason why I'll never watch it.
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Old 04-05-2007, 09:53 PM   #73
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I watched U-Turn, starring Sean Penn, Jennifer Lopez, and Nick Nolte tonight. What a fucked-up but still highly enjoyable movie. It was directed by Oliver Stone. Penn plays a drifter named Bobby whose car breaks down in the very strange small town of Superior, Arizona. When a seemingly half-wit mechanic (played by Billy Bob Thornton) screws him over, Bobby has to come up with a way to get out of town before a loan shark's goon catches up with him. It seems like no matter what he does, he's screwed, so he has a hard time figuring out how he'll get out of town.

The supporting cast also features Claire Danes and Joaquin Phoenix as a dysfunctional young couple, Jon Voight as a blind Native American beggar who's too wise for his own good, and a very brief appearance by Liv Tyler. The characters were all haunted by something, and the entire town was creepy. The plot kept me guessing until the very end.

There were a lot of lukewarm reviews of this on Netflix, but if you like dysfunctional characters and dark humor, you might enjoy this. I give it 8/10. I nearly gave it five stars on Netflix, but the ending went a little overboard for me.
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I love U-Turn,
it's my guilty pleasure,
I own it and watch it often
it's gritty, strange, dark humoured western
full of oddball characters..

I fucking love Sean Penn

Joaquin Phoenix's character is great as well
and Billy Bob does a great job at being
a very unlikable irritating mechanic


but jlo, what the fuck??
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The King with Gael "my favorite Mexican" Garcia Bernal. 6/10.

It was alright
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