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Discussion in 'Film, Video, Television and Theatre' started by Rustam, Feb 27, 2005.

  1. Libra

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    I found it very ...entertaining:lol:
     
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    I thought it was funny too. The photos during the ending credits were great!
     
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    The Ugly Truth
    Dragonball: Evolution

    And I'm working on watching Nancy Drew right now.
     
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    1066-a docu-drama shown on C4 earlier this year. It depicts the Battles of Fulford,Stamford Bridge & Hastings,and besides being informative it's grittily realistic,comical,brutal and well written and acted. Def worth a watch. :)
     
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    It was okay. I wasn't expecting a great movie so I had no expectations. It's kind of dorky at times, but if you can handle that then I'd say go for it.
     
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    We'll definitely check it out. Thanks!
     
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    Saw My Sister's Keeper last week. It was actually quite good, and pretty much everyone in the cinema ended up crying. The only major thing to point out was that they completely changed the ending of the book (ANNOYING!!), but it was still touching.
     
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    Those were hysterical,especially the tooth one.
    The scene with the fiance's diamond ring had me on the floor.:lol:
     
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    The audience went nuts when they showed the one with the guy in the elevator.
     
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    Coraline (in 3D)
     
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    Barton Fink - 9.5/10

    best coen brothers film imo. everyone should see this
     
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    That's my boyfriend's favorite. He & I were just talking about it.
    So if anyone has Netflix, it's available on instant play and you should watch it immediately.
     
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    Watched Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds yesterday. Not bad, not bad at all. :star4:
     
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    ^^Got hooked with Tarantino's work after I watched Reservoir Dogs and then Kill Bill,looking forward for this one also.
     
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    We're watching Band of Brothers..one more disk left. Two, if you count the special features disk. I'm impressed.
     
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    Lots of fun! Saw it with the 9:30am crowd. Very pleased. Love the opening scene. Pitt's accent is awesome. Fun seeing Roth & Novak.
    :star4:
     
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    Coraline
    The Fifth Element
     
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    It was my first time seeing it. I liked it; not my favorite Coen film though.
    :star3:.5
     

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