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Old 06-04-2008, 02:57 PM   #841
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Just speed it up a couple octaves, man!
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Old 06-04-2008, 03:50 PM   #842
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You know what movie's awesome?

Heat.

You know why?

'Cause she's got A GREAT ASS!

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Old 06-04-2008, 03:58 PM   #843
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Ah, but could you walk away from it in 30 seconds?
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I don't know how to do anything else.
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Old 06-04-2008, 04:14 PM   #845
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Good, more ass for me.
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Old 06-04-2008, 04:20 PM   #846
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Who? Who? Are you an owl?
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Old 06-04-2008, 04:44 PM   #847
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Pacino's OTT freakouts in that movie were amazing, especially after he catches his wife with the other guy.

The shoot-out was one of the best shot gunfights I've ever seen, too.
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Re: the shoot-out.

Fuck yes.

Although last time I saw it I suddenly pictured Val Kilmer as Gay Perry and some of the tension was lost.
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Old 06-05-2008, 05:04 AM   #849
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Sex and the city move - SUCH a disappointment. Where the hell was the wit and unconventionality of the series?! They must have had different writers, or something, because as much as I tried to like that film I found it cliched and only funny in passing moments. It had no va va voom!
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ALIEN vs PREDATOR 2

Hated it.
Most of the film was in darkness and could hardly see a damned thing.

4/10
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That bank robbery/shootout is fucking amazing. Suck on that Warchowskis.

My favorite line of the film?

"For me, the action IS the juice. I'm in"
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Yes!

Spiderman 1 and 2 are great movies.

And, yeah, that's Kirsten. I like Kirsten in the Mary Jane role. I even think it's her best work since...

Admiteddly I didn't see much of her movies but I remember her most from Interview with the vampire, for the "I want some more" line if nothing else.

Spiderman 3

Too many villains (none of them as good as the ones from first two movies, even if the effects were great on Sandman) and MaGuire didn't do it for me as the "angry" or "cool" (that ugly greasy hair didn't help either) and especially not as the "womaniser" Peter Parker. He's better as the nerdy, funny Parker from the first two movies - and he can't do crying scenes. Again, Goblin jr actor (who's that guy?) saves the acting front.
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I'm halfway through watching The Onion Movie - so I cant really reccommend it or slag it off, but it kind of reminds me of Weird Al's 'Vidiot From UHF' movie.

Oh oh oh OH! Do you know what I saw the other night - 'Girls Just Want To Have Fun'!! Sarah Jessica Parker, Helen Hunt, Shannon Doherty and Jonathan Silverman in the one movie. Bad hair, dramatic dance-offs and some of the worst 80's music ever! Amazing amazing amazing!
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COLD MOUNTAIN

Really enjoyed it.

I'm a sucker for anything Civil War-era involved. That time in our country's history is rich with folklore, legend, and the obvious human drama. And I thought that Minghella did a great job of bringing that to life and, also, he made the movie look stunning. Where was this film shot anyway? (It doesn't look like it was shot in the U.S. but I honestly have no idea)

Also, Jack White. I had no clue this dude was in this movie. And he did a good job...practically playing himself. He was a pleasant surprise.

My favorite moment of the movie is the encounter between Law and Portman's characters. Really intense, powerful stuff. Especially when the Union soldiers show up to rape Natalie and steal her food and Law comes in to save the day. I guess you could say I'm a sucker for Natalie Portman, too.

Also, the ending was satisfying. As I said, I really enjoyed it.
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I'm so glad someone has recently found this beautiful film.

The producers wanted to do the whole thing in the Carolinas, but apparently much of the landscape had changed, and costs were very high. A good portion of it was shot in Romania, but they did try to get about 15-20% shot here in the U.S.

The look on Jude's face at the end of the Natalie scene, when the soldier goes down, is just an amazing piece of non-verbal acting. You can see what's left of his soul slipping out of him at that point, and just has this "ahh, fuck it" expression.
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