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Old 02-22-2003, 03:57 PM   #1
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what movies have you seen recently ?

post here ANY movies u have seen at cinema / bought / rented etc ...

the other day i bought the sweetest thing on dvd was sooo bloody funny, i know its a silly movie but i found it really funny and its just the sort of things me and my friends would do


also saw donnie darko, bloody excellent i downloaded this and the picture wasnt great but it was well good. a little hard to 'get' in some places, need to watch it again i think ...

also been watching monsters inc with the kids alot lately ... its the fave movie of theirs recently - which means we have to watch it practically every day i like the outtakes haha that slug woman ROZ where she goes haaa haaaa haaaa so funny and little baby boo the outtakes are so good its like shes a real child
so cute.

also been watching '24' with keifer sutherland, watched series one cos my bro got it on dvd ... soooo fab. series 2 started here last week which we taped cos we hadn't seen all of S1 ...

thats all i have to add right now ...
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Old 02-22-2003, 04:05 PM   #2
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Saw "The Quiet American" last night. A very interesting portrayal of early 1950s Vietnam.

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fight club, i rented it a few weeks ago.

haven't seen anything since then, movie or tv-wise
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Old 02-22-2003, 04:54 PM   #4
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Old 02-22-2003, 05:13 PM   #5
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The most recent movie I saw in the theatre was "The Hours" - very powerful and heavy film.
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Old 02-22-2003, 05:29 PM   #6
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I saw Punch Drunk Love and Daredevil last week, very different films but I really liked both, even if Daredevil is a bit of a nobrainer...

I finally saw Catch me if you can today which is also excellent

the Sweetest Thing is one of the worst films of 2002
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last thing in the theaters was "The Hours" (it takes a lot to get me out to the actual theaters, didnt disappoint either)

watched "American Psycho" last night (seen it before but came on tv had to watch)
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Saw "The Quiet American" last night. A very interesting portrayal of early 1950s Vietnam.

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melon - book. read the book. i haven't seen the movie yet, but i am reading the book for my us history class and it is riveting. not as good as "co. k" but that's another thread.




"the life of david gale" it made me nauseous, it made me squirm, and i almost cried. definately one of the best i've seen in some time.
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Old 02-23-2003, 01:57 AM   #11
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"24" is goooood. I like the 2nd season better than the first.

Lessee... movies movies movies

Adaptation. Excellent movie, quirky ole Kaufmann who made up a co-writer who never existed.... also successfully lampoons the Hollywood screenwriting industry.

Confessions of a Dangerous Mind... pretty funny, quirky, but funny. (another Kaufmann movie)

About Schmidt. Satire on senior citizen life. Dry humor.... Katy Bates-- gave me terrible nightmares

The Recruit-- no bad, for a high concept blockbuster.

Shanghai Knights last week... it's okay, not bad.
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I went and saw My Big Fat Greek Wedding today...I wasn't that impressed by it.
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in theatres: maid in manhattan, chicago, and how to lose a guy in ten days. the last two were great.

at home: rush hour (first one), bridget jones's diary, legally blonde, sweet home alabama (rented it to see the alternate ending, saw it the theatres and it sucked), not another teen movie, clerks, jay and silent bob strike back (my husband didn't tell me the time had a cameo! omigor!) and umm...a bunch of others i don't remember.

i've not bought any movies recently, i've owned all those movies for a while. except sweet home alabama of course.
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Old 02-23-2003, 03:28 AM   #14
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jay and silent bob strike back (my husband didn't tell me the time had a cameo! omigor!)
I was laughing SO HARD at that in the theatre!
Everyone else had no idea who the Time are and thought I was a psycho.
Me: BAHAHAHA! THE TIME!!!!

anyway, I watched In the Name of the Father last night.
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Is that the band playing at the end of the movie?

Jay and Silent Bob was the bomb!
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