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Old 12-24-2007, 05:06 PM   #601
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When I saw Sweeney Todd on Friday, the theatre had free 11x17 mini posters for There Will Be Blood, the one with the close-up of DDL.

SWEET.

Lance: "Why don't I own this?"
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When I saw Sweeney Todd on Friday, the theatre had free 11x17 mini posters for There Will Be Blood, the one with the close-up of DDL.

SWEET.

Lance: "Why don't I own this?"
I grabbed three of those exact posters when I saw No Country For Old Men the first time.
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Old 12-24-2007, 10:41 PM   #603
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Looks like it's tradin' time!
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Old 12-25-2007, 09:52 PM   #604
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Once

Well.

Fuck, but that was a really great movie. I figured it couldn't live up to all the hype I'd heard about it. It did.

Please to give me the soundtrack now.
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Old 12-25-2007, 10:19 PM   #605
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Once

Well.

Fuck, but that was a really great movie. I figured it couldn't live up to all the hype I'd heard about it. It did.

Please to give me the soundtrack now.
I rented it over the weekend and I agree 100%.

I went right to my laptop after it ended (ok, before it ended) to buy the soundtrack.

Two quick "reviews" for other movies I've seen in the past couple of days:

Simpsons - eh, eh and eh.

No Country For Old Men
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Old 12-25-2007, 10:21 PM   #606
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I Am Legend. Mild

Scary movie. Will Smith does a decent job of carrying it -- he has to. He's alone for about half of it. Except for the zombies.

I knew I should have seen an arthouse movie or a comedy for Christmas day.
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Romance and Cigarettes.

Wow.

I loved it.
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No Country For Old Men.

I don't know what to make of this movie. The performances were incredible, the cinematography was great (definitely got the feel of the book). I didn't love it the way I thought I would, though. It might just have fallen victim to impossible expectations?
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No Country For Old Men.

I don't know what to make of this movie. The performances were incredible, the cinematography was great (definitely got the feel of the book). I didn't love it the way I thought I would, though. It might just have fallen victim to impossible expectations?
Watch it a 2nd time, at some point, and then see how you feel about it.
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I actually just said to my brother that I'll see it again on DVD, because I do feel it's that type of movie.
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Old 12-26-2007, 05:02 PM   #612
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Just saw "Walk Hard"

We thought it was funny! O'Reilly can sing....anyone who saws him in Chicago knows this, though

I thought the midget song was the funniest
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^^"In my dreams, you're blowin' me.... some kisses." Me and hubby have been singing that since the first time we saw the trailer.

As for my latest reviews,

No Country For Old Men - 9/10

Excellent movie, excellent performances. The ending was a bit sudden, but i thought it was perfect for the movie. Javier Bardem is creepy as hell, and every scene he was in was intense and gripping. Had me on the edge of my seat for almost 2 hours!


Into The Wild - 9/10

Loved this movie! The story intrigued me and the acting and cinematography were amazing. Props to Sean Penn for finally making this movie after 10 years of trying. I think this is the breakthrough role for Emile Hirsch, who's one of my favorite young actors. Hal Holbrook was awesome! His last scene almost had me in tears! And how can I forget the amazing soundtrack by Eddie Vedder...
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Went to go see There Will Be Blood today at the Arclight in Hollywood, and apparently there are no matinees because it's a "holiday period". What the fuck is that? All the shows are $14 and I'll be damned if I'm going to give those greedy assholes my money. I've always hated that theatre and have only gone there twice, when it was the only place showing a particular film. As much as it's going to kill me, I may have to wait for this to get to central Florida as I'm going back to work there on the 2nd. It could be a long wait.

To make myself feel better I went next door to Amoeba Music and blew $40 on used laserdiscs.

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$14!!!! Holy crimony. That's ridiculous. And it sucks.
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