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Old 12-22-2005, 05:15 PM   #1
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Roger Ebert's 10 Best Of 05

and he has some "honorable mention" types of categories

http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/...TARY/512180302

Crash
Syriana
Munich
Junebug
Brokeback Mountain
Me and You and Everyone We Know
Nine Lives
King Kong
Yes
Millions

I've only seen three of these - Crash, Syriana, King Kong

I'll make my list when the year is officially over hopefully I can see Brokeback Mountain and Munich by then
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It's a pity that Serenity didn't make the list.
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Crash was an excellent Film. I am seeing Munich tomorrow. King Kong was great, but a little to long. Millions was a wonderful film.
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Sin City & Broken Flowers were some damn good films, I insist on putting them on my imaginary best of... list
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I've only seen King kong out of that list , most of them are yet to arrive here though!

I'm quite keen to see Munich and Brokenack Mountain .
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Crash is one of the best movies I've ever seen.
I definitely reccommend it to everyone.
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Quote:
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Sin City & Broken Flowers were some damn good films, I insist on putting them on my imaginary best of... list
I haven't seen Broken Flowers but is the kind os film a use to like...

anyway, I'm with you about Sin City
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Re: Roger Ebert's 10 Best Of 05

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Originally posted by MrsSpringsteen

I've only seen three of these - Crash, Syriana, King Kong
What did you think of Syriana? It looks interesting.
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I saw Syriana a few nights ago, it is one of those movies you definitely have to pay close attention to. I felt like an idiot of sorts but after I read Ebert's review I didn't feel as dumb It is provocative, definitely worth seeing. Very good performances. The lawyer stuff left me cold but it's all part of the general statement of the movie.

I never saw Broken Flowers, I think it's out on DVD now or coming out soon.
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I should give Crash another try.

When I first started watching, I hated it. The language was too over the top for me and it just continued. I wasn't really going to watch it so I probably wasn't t in the mood.

I left to go watch Howl's Moving Castle.
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wowo ...Millions made that list.
i loved that movie
i love james nesbitt....
id love to love him


they use sounds from "the shining" to make that movie a bit scary man- and it works
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anyway, I'm with you about Sin City
SIN fucking CITY!!
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