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Old 2011-06-16, 00:03   Link #701
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I'm slow with movies, so I ujst saw Black Swan.
I'm so glad I never joined ballet as a kid.
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Old 2011-06-16, 02:38   Link #702
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Watched "Hero" for the third time: a truly brilliant movie and a masterpiece of a motion picture. Not a single frame in the movie doesn't deserve its own screencap.
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Old 2011-06-16, 02:39   Link #703
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True Grit was interesting, the thing I disliked the most was the death of a certain horse.
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Old 2011-06-16, 05:36   Link #704
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Hmmm... should my next movie be X-men First Class or Kung-fu Panda? Both are very tempting...
do yourself a HUGE favor and see both
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Old 2011-06-16, 05:42   Link #705
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do yourself a HUGE favor and see both
I'm only really interested in Kung Fu Panda, don't much care for X-men since they haven't been that good.
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Old 2011-06-16, 05:46   Link #706
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well X3 & wolvie origins sucked, but this one is good, srsly

very different feel too - 60's, cold war, bond-esque etc.



a must see if you like Magneto/Michael Fassbender or both .. or just want to see a good x-men movie .. it's #224 @ imdb atm ^^
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Old 2011-06-16, 13:16   Link #707
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Watched the Super 8 Movie! That was a awesome movie!
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Old 2011-06-16, 13:35   Link #708
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If you guys want to laugh Hangover 2 will do the trick.
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Old 2011-06-16, 14:43   Link #709
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Watched Unknown. If Di Caprio from Shutter Island saw this, he'd be very pleased
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Old 2011-06-16, 15:15   Link #710
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do yourself a HUGE favor and see both
I think that's what I'll end up doing, there were some very good reviews for X-men and Panda looks like so much fun. Gary Oldman as a psychotic albino peacock? Must see!

Also want to see Unknown as well! Gah. So many movies, not enough time...
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Old 2011-06-16, 15:46   Link #711
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I've seen over 10 movies in cinemas in the last few months and X-men FC & KFP2 are both by far the two best
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Old 2011-06-17, 11:27   Link #712
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Went to see the premiere of Green Lantern. It was nothing special, just another typical superhero movie. The highlight of the movie was seeing Blake Lively on screen
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Old 2011-06-17, 20:32   Link #713
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Watched Sucker Punch earlier and actually enjoyed it alot more than I thought I would, critics seem to have a good habit of lowering expectations.
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Old 2011-06-17, 23:15   Link #714
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Watched Sucker Punch earlier and actually enjoyed it alot more than I thought I would, critics seem to have a good habit of lowering expectations.
I did a write-up that absolutely tore that film down. IMHO, I think it's one of the worst "films" I have seen all year. Snyder should be ashamed of himself.
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Old 2011-06-17, 23:48   Link #715
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Watched "The Golden Compass" ... beautiful atmosphere (magi-techno-steampunkish world) but I felt like I was trying to see a cool story through a really thick gauze. Afterwards did a bit of research and found out - yes, another movie that the "studio executives" interfered with and then were upset when it didn't do as well as they wanted. Some times I wish the directors and actors would name names instead of just saying the "studio execs"... *individual idiots* made those decisions -- we should be able to egg their house

So.... it was somewhat interesting and a bit of a shame that sequels were never made.
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Old 2011-06-18, 00:23   Link #716
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Some times I wish the directors and actors would name names instead of just saying the "studio execs"... *individual idiots* made those decisions -- we should be able to egg their house
I'm on board for that. Sign me up!

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Old 2011-06-18, 06:31   Link #717
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I've seen over 10 movies in cinemas in the last few months and X-men FC & KFP2 are both by far the two best
How does King Fu Panda 2 compare with its prequel? I'm considering getting my friend to watch it with me ^^
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Old 2011-06-18, 07:17   Link #718
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well it's somewhat different, villain is not solo, he has army, mooks, weapons etc. .. it's outside of the valley of peace for the most part .. and there's much less Shifu


the five (with the exception of Tigress) still don't have much lines/development (but hey, they wanna make 6 movies total + 52 episode series, we'll get there), but overall, it has the same feel, nice jokes, action and very tear-jerking & heart-warming in a few scenes



if you liked the first I'm almost certain you'll like this one .. most comments I saw suggest the 2-nd is on par or better then the first, a few said first was better, but this was still alright
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Old 2011-06-18, 08:49   Link #719
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I did a write-up that absolutely tore that film down. IMHO, I think it's one of the worst "films" I have seen all year. Snyder should be ashamed of himself.
Honestly I cant see why. I found it entertaining and isn't that the main point of a movie, sure I didn't get any underlying meaning from the story nor did it feel complex but I did enjoy watching it and certainly more than some of this years "hit" movies.

If theres anything I've learned over the years its not to take the word of critics but with so many damning reviews I wasn't expecting much so I was pleasantly surprised.
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Old 2011-06-18, 09:53   Link #720
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Watched an oldie recently, Bram Stokers: Dracula. Hadn't seen that in like 14 years (when I was but a wee teen), was a good watch. I saw the 'making of' feature recently for it which sparked my interest since they did some interesting things without CGI which gave the feel quite a surreal quality that can still hold up OK today. Besides it had some awesome actors in it.

There was another movie i watched recently that i enjoyed but for the life of me the name escapes me.

I really wana see that new X-Men and Kung Fu Panda movie though.
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