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Old 2010-11-02, 12:34   Link #341
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"Toy Story 3" a bit ago.
Nice end to the series. The baby scared me D:


Also stumbled upon "Lust, Caution" two nights ago (Wiki entry). I always run into the borderline pornos when I can't sleep

"Oh looks like an asian movie!"
30 minutes later:
".... rape? ... uncut?"

It's about a group of students in China that happen to be political assasins (in the 1940s~). Or want to be. Mingled in it is a passionate relationship between agent and target.
I gotta say I really liked the actors and the details on screen. Really good shooting. And I have a thing for China in that Era anyway. I really felt with Wong Chia-chi. And the end hit me, even so I expected it to turn out this way.

If you don't mind revealing (and partly violent) sex scenes it's worth not zapping away. At least the sex scenes have a purpose. They seem wild, yet cold - it defined and reflected their whole relationship. The little glances of the actors speak volumes. Characterization through intercourse!
But oh well, I really enjoyed it, I'm a little sad I missed the beginning, though.

I have a talent to run into movies like that. Last time it was about a secretary that discovers her masochistic side through her new boss (dunno the name). They are always on the government financed channels, too .
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Old 2010-11-02, 12:57   Link #342
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Isn't that kind of the point? Zuckerberg is only ever seen via the lens of a lawsuit, whether the Winklevoss' brothers interpretation of the events (btw, Armie Hammer is drop dead gorgeous as Cameron/Tyler Winklevoss) or Saverin's. We are deliberately not allowed to see Zuckerberg's actual story, only hearing his minor defense against his various attackers, before he simply gives up and decides to settle and move on.

Whatever the case, I'd rate the film as 83/100. Strong direction, great acting (especially Timberlake as Sean Parker), and solid dialogue all make for a very pleasurable movie experience.



The one set in Mexico? Yeah, I thought it was pretty good, if extremely obvious (wow, Aliens attempting to enter America illegally only to be stopped by a giant fence...I wonder if that is in anyway reflective of a modern day problem ). Still, there are some very quite moments that are quite good. 74/100.

Additionally, its hard not to like, or at least respect, a film that was put together for less than a million dollars, and most of which is adlibbed. This is indie at its best.
Monster movies are tryin to out do cloverfield, which is gonna be hard
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Old 2010-11-19, 16:33   Link #343
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Watched "Centurion" with Michael Fassbender who looks like Viggo Mortensen(Lord of the Rings) That was quite good , Roman vs Picti . 7 warriors remainings who run for their life.
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Old 2010-11-19, 16:35   Link #344
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Kick-Ass.Much better than I thought, especially the music and acting.

Need more Hit-Girl, plain and simple.
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Old 2010-11-19, 17:19   Link #345
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na she had enough, i was hopin for more of her father...
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Old 2010-11-19, 18:35   Link #346
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Went to the midnight premiere of Harry Potter 7
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Old 2010-11-19, 22:38   Link #347
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Saw Unstoppable last weekend. Parts of it were filmed near Penn State's campus. A lot of people stayed in the theater when the credits rolled to see the credits for local people and businesses, like the Nittany & Bald Eagle Railroad.

It was a pretty good movie. It kept a few key points of the "Inspired By Real Events" intact, but obviously heavily dramatized a lot and made some big Hollywood changes to the physically possible. Overall, I was pleased with the attention to detail for a lot of the train mechanics, though. I also liked that it was set in Pennsylvania, despite actually happening in Ohio in real life.
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Old 2010-11-23, 00:53   Link #348
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Just saw Scott Pilgrim vs. The World which was weird, but not bad. I also watched The Last Airbender which i was really disappointed in. It could have be 10x better(more like 1000x).
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Old 2010-11-23, 06:56   Link #349
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SAW 3D , once again torture game ^^ but more answers for the story. That was quite good. Didn't see it coming at the end.
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Old 2010-11-23, 14:04   Link #350
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The Invention of Lying.

Great film.
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Old 2010-11-23, 14:23   Link #351
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Paranormal Activity, which was extremely disappointing, to me and my sister.
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Old 2010-11-23, 15:54   Link #352
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saw Harry Potter last movie few days ago
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Old 2010-11-23, 17:22   Link #353
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Monsters I though it was like the others , an army vs aliens but no , it was better than this.

First , it tooks place in Mexico , which changes of America.. , this tell the story of 2 peoples trying to go back at home but here comes the mess.
Well , great acting , pacing and emotion. A bit slow but it's ok. Great staging , interaction with the people , the surroundings , bgm....

And Tentacle rape

Sad ending yeah.
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Old 2010-11-23, 18:46   Link #354
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Inception. Thought it was brilliant which is big praise given I'm not a big fan of decaprio's.

It was an interesting and engaging watch with top notch special effects and soundtrack.

Defiantly recommend it.

Also recently had an epic Ghibli marathon with Howls moving castle, Princess Mononoke, kiki's delivery service, Laputa, Castle in the Sky and Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind and I'm now utterly convinced that Ghibli can do no wrong.
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Old 2010-11-24, 04:50   Link #355
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Watched "Centurion" with Michael Fassbender who looks like Viggo Mortensen(Lord of the Rings) That was quite good , Roman vs Picti . 7 warriors remainings who run for their life.
Ah, I'd forgotten about this one... wanted to watch it for the 'historical authenticity' geek in me to see how well they did. The trailers looked somewhat good anyway.
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Old 2010-11-24, 20:25   Link #356
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The Last Airbender - ...... I believed I just wasted some money for a movie that just went horribly wrong compared to the cartoon version...
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Old 2010-11-25, 14:15   Link #357
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The Last Airbender - ...... I believed I just wasted some money for a movie that just went horribly wrong compared to the cartoon version...
Really? What a let down.... Now I don't look forward to watching it....

Anyways I seen many martial arts movies
IP Man is one I love dearly heehee~ Chinese movie, then I seen a movie called Latin Dragon more martial arts, pretty good and based on things that seem to really happen in Californa
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Old 2010-11-25, 14:54   Link #358
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I just watched SDF Macross: Do You Remember Love? last night. And I couldn't believe it took me so long to get around to watching it. I really, really like the animation style of this film. It's pretty~ Plus, a love triangle where I wasn't entirely biased toward one side! I love both Minmay and Hayase, so the movie's ending was bittersweet for me.
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Old 2010-11-26, 05:26   Link #359
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In my opinion, movies this year were not too good. So I think I'll put in those that were worth it.

Toy Story 3 - This is the first movie where I sobbed like a girl at the end. 99/100
Despicable Me - Heart warming, even if it was a bit cliche. 76/100
RED - Awesome badass movie with a balance of character colors and a great story. 92/100
Sin of the Mother - A wonderful coming of age story. 92/100
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Old 2010-11-26, 13:41   Link #360
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Fatal Dunno if you like French comedy. That was hilarious ^^
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