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Old 02-23-2003, 09:09 PM   #31
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Ringu is MUCH MUCH better than The Ring.
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About Schmidt R 2 hrs. 04 min.
Adaptation R 1 hr. 54 min.
All the Real Girls R


Bowling for Columbine R 2 hrs. 00 min.

Catch Me if You Can PG-13 2 hrs. 20 min.

Chicago PG-13 1 hr. 40 min.
City of God R 2 hrs. 13 min.



Far From Heaven PG-13 1 hr. 46 min.
Final Destination 2 R 1 hr. 40 min.
Frida R 2 hrs. 03 min.

Gangs of New York R 2 hrs. 44 min.


He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not NR 1 hr. 32 min.




Pianist, The R 2 hrs. 28 min.

Quiet American, The R 1 hr. 58 min.

Ring, The PG-13 1 hr. 55 min.


Talk to Her R 1 hr. 56 min.
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Chicago PG-13 1 hr. 40 min.
City of God R 2 hrs. 13 min.

Frida R 2 hrs. 03 min.

Gangs of New York R 2 hrs. 44 min.


He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not NR 1 hr. 32 min.




Pianist, The R 2 hrs. 28 min.

Quiet American, The R 1 hr. 58 min.

Ring, The PG-13 1 hr. 55 min.

Mr Deep-

Plez rate the above movies on a scale of 1-10
10 being excellent/absolutely moving/worth seeing-
1 and 1 being poor/tasteless ect.

1-10 plez.

This will help me decide what movies to sneak into.

thank u-
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I saw the gangs of new york last week, rented undercover brother and the bourne identity.
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Old 02-23-2003, 11:30 PM   #35
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Last movie I saw at the cimema was The Two Towers. As soon as Gangs of New York opens near here, I'm going. I heard Daniel Day-Lewis received a Bafta Award for his performance.....bravo!

A couple of weekends ago I stayed at my son's house and watched The Boston Elevation concert for the first time. I almost got square eyes that weekend. I also hired About A Boy, Amelie and The Affair of the Necklace. I had a funny feeling watching that last one. I didn't realise Simon Baker starred in it....I babysat him when I was in highschool. We have a family connection, so I felt kinda proud of what he has achieved.
I have just hired two videos to watch this week, an Australian film , Yolngu Boy and....oh why didn't I not chose the quick reply option so I could drool all over the place?
The Man Who Cried....Johnny Depp...Johnny Depp as a horseman
**drool drool**
It has been ratings time in Oz recently , so they have really packed in the good movies on free to air TV. I save my electricity for the computer and music.
This thread is a good place to get ideas for movies to see, thanks.
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Blackboards by... can't remember her name. Daughter of that guy who directed Kandahar, Mohsen Makhmalbaf. It's about two teachers who break away from their nomadic tribe to find students to teach. Sadly, no one wants to take up their offer; no one sees the value of education. It's an allegorical story, very simply (and cheaply) told.

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Last movie I saw at the cimema was The Two Towers. As soon as Gangs of New York opens near here, I'm going. I heard Daniel Day-Lewis received a Bafta Award for his performance.....bravo!


i'm not quite sure what a bafta award is, but cool!
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I just saw The Hours this afternoon. The performances of all 3 women were amazing. I hardly ever get teary during a movie but I did in this one.
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i'm not quite sure what a bafta award is, but cool!
British Academy Film and Television Awards

I had to ask Sam tonight when he said he was watching them.
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British Academy Film and Television Awards

I had to ask Sam tonight when he said he was watching them.


ah, thank you. now i am informed. i like knowing stuff.

and yeah for day-lewis!
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British Academy Film and Television Awards

I had to ask Sam tonight when he said he was watching them.
Did he say who any of the winners were?
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Did he say who any of the winners were?
Best film
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Also nominated:
Amelie
A Beautiful Mind
Moulin Rouge
Shrek


Alexander Korda award for the outstanding British film of the year
Gosford Park

Also nominated:
Bridget Jones's Diary
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Iris
Me Without You


David Lean award for achievement in direction
The Lord Of The Rings: Peter Jackson

Also nominated:
Amelie: Jean-Pierre Jeunet
A Beautiful Mind: Ron Howard
Gosford Park: Robert Altman
Moulin Rouge: Baz Luhrmann


Performance by an actress in a leading role
Dame Judi Dench: Iris

Also nominated:
Nicole Kidman: The Others
Sissy Spacek: In The Bedroom
Audrey Tautou: Amelie
Renée Zellweger: Bridget Jones's Diary


Performance by an actor in a leading role
Russell Crowe: A Beautiful Mind

Also nominated:
Jim Broadbent: Iris
Sir Ian McKellen: The Lord of the Rings
Kevin Spacey: The Shipping News
Tom Wilkinson: In The Bedroom


Performance by an actress in a supporting role
Jennifer Connelly: A Beautiful Mind

Also nominated:
Dame Judi Dench: The Shipping News
Helen Mirren: Gosford Park
Maggie Smith: Gosford Park
Kate Winslet: Iris


Performance by an actor in a supporting role
Jim Broadbent: Moulin Rouge

Also nominated:
Hugh Bonneville: Iris
Robbie Coltrane: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Colin Firth: Bridget Jones's Diary
Eddie Murphy: Shrek


Screenplay (original)
Amelie: Guillaume Laurant/Jean-Pierre Jeunet

Also nominated:
Gosford Park: Julian Fellowes
Moulin Rouge: Baz Luhrmann/Craig Pearce
The Others: Alejandro Amenábar
The Royal Tenenbaums: Wes Anderson/Owen Wilson


Screenplay (adapted)
Shrek: Ted Elliott/Terry Rossio/Joe Stillman/Roger SH Schulman

Also nominated:
A Beautiful Mind: Akiva Goldsman
Bridget Jones's Diary: Helen Fielding/Andrew Davies/Richard Curtis
Iris: Richard Eyre/Charles Wood
The Lord Of The Rings: Fran Walsh/Philippa Boyens/Peter Jackson


The Anthony Asquith award for the achievement in music
Moulin Rouge: Craig Armstrong

Also nominated:
Amelie: Yann Tiersen
The Lord Of The Rings: Howard Shore
Mulholland Drive: Angelo Badalamenti
Shrek: Harry Gregson-Williams/John Powell


Film not in the English language
Amores Perros: Alejandro González Ińárritu

Also nominated:
Amelie: Claudie Ossard/Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Behind The Sun: Arthur Cohn/Walter Salles
Monsoon Wedding: Caroline Baron/Mira Nair
The Piano Teacher: Veit Heiduschka/Michael Haneke



Cinematography
The Man Who Wasn't There: Roger Deakins

Also nominated:
Amelie: Bruno Delbonnel
Black Hawk Down: Slawomir Idziak
The Lord Of The Rings: Andrew Lesnie
Moulin Rouge: Donald M McAlpine


Production design
Amelie: Aline Bonetto

Also nominated:
Gosford Park: Stephen Altman
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone: Stuart Craig
The Lord Of The Rings: Grant Major
Moulin Rouge: Catherine Martin


Costume Design
Gosford Park: Jenny Beavan

Also nominated:
Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone: Judianna Makovsky
The Lord Of The Rings: Ngila Dickson
Moulin Rouge: Catherine Martin/Angus Strathie
Planet Of The Apes: Colleen Atwood


Editing
Mulholland Drive: Mary Sweeney

Also nominated:
Amelie: Hervé Schneid
Black Hawk Down: Pietro Scalia
The Lord Of The Rings: John Gilbert
Moulin Rouge: Jill Bilcock


Sound
Moulin Rouge

Also nominated:
Black Hawk Down
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
The Lord Of The Rings
Shrek


Achievement in special visual effects
The Lord Of The Rings

Also nominated:
AI: Artificial Intelligence
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Moulin Rouge
Shrek


Make-up and hair
The Lord Of The Rings

Also nominated:
Gosford Park
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Moulin Rouge
Planet Of The Apes


Short film
About A Girl

Also nominated:
Inferno
The Red Peppers
Skin Deep
Tattoo


Short animation
Dog

Also nominated:
Camouflage
Home Road Movies
Tuesday
The World Of Interiors


Carl Foreman award
Joel Hopkins/Nicola Usbourne (director/producer): Jump Tomorrow

Also nominated:
Steve Coogan/Henry Normal (writers): The Parole Officer
Julian Fellowes (writer): Gosford Park
Ruth Kenley-Letts (producer): Strictly Sinatra
Jack Lothian (writer): Late Night Shopping

Special award
Eon Productions - the makers of the James Bond films.

Michael Balcon award for outstanding contribution to British cinema
Stuntman Vic Armstrong
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I saw Divine Intervention yesterday. It's one of the few films to have been made in Palestine in recent years, by a Palestinian director. It's amazing but quite complex and hard to follow.

And on Friday I watched The Magdalene Sisters which is unbelievably sad and depressing, but is also beautifully acted and directed.

And in lighter films, I saw Two Weeks Notice last weekend, and watched Dirty Dancing (my favourite film ever) for about the hundreth time last night
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