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Old 2010-05-25, 11:13   Link #81
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Last movie was "Star Wars: A New Hope"
Gonna continue with "Empire Strikes Back" tmo

Timeless classics both
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Old 2010-05-30, 16:59   Link #82
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After "The Spy Next Door" , i watched "Little Big Soldier" The Jackie Chan's 99th film. (He's the director)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1319718/

If you like "Drama" chinese movies go watch it

Jackie Chan is singing in the trailer (with Lyrics trad):



As usual , he's good ^^
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Old 2010-05-30, 17:02   Link #83
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I googled the term "mindfuck movies" and it took me to this site: It's not extensive enough, I don't think. Others could qualify, but it's a cool list nonetheless. ESP. Cube. @_@
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Old 2010-05-30, 17:03   Link #84
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Just watched Prince of Persia. It was better than I expected, but I guess the only reason for that is because I was expecting virtually nothing of it. I still didn't like how it divereted so much from the theme of the games, but if you think of it as its own story independent of the games, it could actually be pretty good. But I was a lot more excited about the trailer for "Prince of Persia: the Forgotten Sands." This game promises to be quite epic.
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Old 2010-05-30, 21:44   Link #85
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In theaters? mm it was Kick-Ass ... I must say tho, I wasn't planning to watch that movie because I thought it was going to be an utter failure but I was wrong! It was highly amusing and I think that the only failure in that movie is that it should have been called "Hit Girl" instead of Kick ass.

I haven't had much time to go to the movies but I'll take some time tomorrow to watch Prince of Persia and Iron Man...
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Old 2010-06-03, 10:07   Link #86
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From Paris with Love

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Watched From Paris with Love some days back, wasn't exactly a masterpiece but was adrenaline pumping entertainment from start to finish . The combination of Rhys Meyers and Travolta has come out pretty good . Reminiscent of Lethal Weapon where Rye Meyers reprises Glovers role . Was way better than expected and hadn't too much expectations to begin with . Good action packed thriller really enjoyed it ...

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Old 2010-06-03, 10:54   Link #87
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I've been having a Forman Shane marathon recently. I recommend this actor for any couples wishing to have a little fun late at night (it certainly helps that Shane is one of the cheesiest actors ever)...

I've also been watching/rewatching the complete Daria series on DVD...

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Old 2010-06-03, 10:59   Link #88
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Watched quite a lot of movies recently. The latest one being "Prince of Persia, The Sands of Time". And before that, Iron Man 2 and Kick-Ass. Should have watched Shrek ~Forever After~ too but not yet..
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Old 2010-06-03, 21:40   Link #89
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For those of you who don't know who this "Daria" person is that James is referring to, you can see some of the episodes streamed here. (Disclaimer: I have absolutely no idea if this link will work for our friends outside the US.)

I started watching Daria when my daughter was about 13 or so, and it quickly became my favorite American animated series.
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Old 2010-06-04, 12:59   Link #90
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Just watched Whisper of the Heart. I'd forgotten how good that movie was, but now I got the song Country Roads stuck in my head.
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Old 2010-06-05, 12:40   Link #91
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I've watched two: at home, I watched Avatar for 6th time , and in the cinema, I watched Percy Jackson and the thief of thunder
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Old 2010-06-07, 14:51   Link #92
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For those of you who don't know who this "Daria" person is that James is referring to, you can see some of the episodes streamed here. (Disclaimer: I have absolutely no idea if this link will work for our friends outside the US.)

I started watching Daria when my daughter was about 13 or so, and it quickly became my favorite American animated series.
I just finished the DVDs and now I'm a little depressed...Damn you good shows needing to end eventually!!! . Very good series, well worth to 50 dollars I shelled out for the set. Kind of annoying that the DVDs couldn't get the copyrights for most of the songs featured in the show, but, as I said, that's more of an annoyance, not a hindrance.

Next, To get through my (slight) depression, I've decided to have a Tarkovsky pseudo-marathon...but then I'm going to go see the A-Team (after the marathon), so I'll probably be depressed (again) this time next week (albeit for very different reasons )...
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Old 2010-06-07, 15:06   Link #93
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Recent Movies you Watched
Last movies were:

Law Abiding Citizen
Gamer
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Iron Man 2
Pandorum
From Paris with Love
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Old 2010-06-07, 15:16   Link #94
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^I found I liked Pandorum far more than I initially thought I would. Sure the story was fairly obvious, the monsters were just the creatures from The Descent with tools, and the ending was a little silly, but still, the actors and the director made the film far more lively than it should have been (a long time favourite small-scale actor of mine, Ben Foster, was quite good as Bower, even if the part verged on silly at times, same goes for Dennis Quaid's performance throughout...Antje Traue was unnecessarily hot, though...). Set designs were also quite nice...
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Old 2010-06-07, 16:56   Link #95
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The Good, The Bad, And The Weird.

9.5/10

I haven't laughed so hard since A Clockwork Orange, and Rushmore. It's a shame the ending wasn't cliche, but not as good as I thought.
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Old 2010-06-08, 11:03   Link #96
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Yesterday I watched FU and Kick-ass...FU was fun, with some hilarious moments, but generally too american/teen for my current tastes. Kick-ass, on the other hand, was awesome!
Spoiler for Kick-ass plot points,SPOOOOIIIILEEEEERS! and commentary:
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Old 2010-06-08, 11:46   Link #97
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^I think the character of MacCready, while played wonderfully by Nicholas Cage, was a huge mistep in its departure from the comics...which I will not reveal because the comics are so freaking good....
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Old 2010-06-08, 13:12   Link #98
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I watched this movies again

Spoiler for Ghetto Gangz 1 & 2:


Spoiler for Die Purpurnen Flüsse 1 & 2:


Kiss of the Dragon
Black Hawk Down
The Rock

great movies
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Old 2010-06-08, 13:25   Link #99
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Prince of Persia: the sands of time delivers. And I'm happy.
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Old 2010-06-08, 15:11   Link #100
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^I think the character of MacCready, while played wonderfully by Nicholas Cage, was a huge mistep in its departure from the comics...which I will not reveal because the comics are so freaking good....
Really? I heart they are good, but I wasn't sure if they are still worth it after seeing the movie. Are there just minor differences plotwise?

Still, love to listen to the soundtrack
Shame the instrumentals from 'Sunshine' and '28 days later' weren't on it .. had to get those separately.
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