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      The Amityville Horror (Remake)

      Pretty damn good, actually. Really intense and psychological. Not just another 'scary movie.'
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      Last in theatres? Slumdog Millionaire the weekend after it won 8 Grammys. It was good, but not movie of the year good. The credits ruined it...

      Last on DVD was Slacker, I don't know if I'll ever get tired of that one.

      Edit: I don't know what the hell I meant when i typed Grammys...I meant Oscars.
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      The Lost Boys (1987)
      I loved it. Vampire flick that is a comedy-horror with Keifer Sutherland, Jason Patric, Corey Haim and Corey Feldman.

      The Lost Boys: The Tribe (2008)
      Bad. Really, really.... really bad. I'm not sure why they made a straight-to-dvd sequel all these years later but it blows. Unecessary nudity, the f-bomb dropped like 20 times in the first few minutes. The acting is not great all-around. It's barely a shadow of the original. Maybe I was expecting too much for a straight-to-dvd though...

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      I just saw Yes Man.

      It's pretty average, 6,5/10 I think.

      I loved the morality of the story, I think a lot of people can relate to this man, we are cought up in routines, we say no, when we should say YES

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kamikaze View Post

      The Lost Boys: The Tribe (2008)
      Bad. Really, really.... really bad. I'm not sure why they made a straight-to-dvd sequel all these years later but it blows. Unecessary nudity, the f-bomb dropped like 20 times in the first few minutes. The acting is not great all-around. It's barely a shadow of the original. Maybe I was expecting too much for a straight-to-dvd though...
      You have to admit, it had some good laughs in it.
      Bollocks.

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      Matinee - Pretty decent, it had a good bunch of laughs and whatnot. Really interesting take on the Cuban Missle Crisis and all.


      Litte Miss Sunshine - One of my favorite movies... with good reason. Stellar cast, script, plot, laughs... it's got the whole package.

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      The last Movie

      The last movie that I saw was the Uninvited. The movie was not bad there were parts that made me jump. All in all good movie if you like to jump. Elizabeth Banks does a great job in the movie as well.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Specialis Sapientia View Post
      I just saw Yes Man.

      It's pretty average, 6,5/10 I think.

      I loved the morality of the story, I think a lot of people can relate to this man, we are caught* up in routines, we say no, when we should say YES
      Definitely when you are asked:
      "Would you like to enlarge your penis?"

      The morale of the story may also be
      "try new things and don't be afraid to party a little

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      I rented "Chrysalis (sp)" on XBox last night and it was soooooo slow, I almost stopped watching it several times. Plus, their mouths didn't move quite in time with their words lol which is a MAJOR annoyance of mine. I would NOT recommend it.

      This afternoon I rented "Walled in" and it was very good- 7/10. I could dismiss the "ghost" parts as fatigue and anxiety on the main characters part

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      Cube 3: Cube Zero - Much better than Cube 2 and it has a cool twist at the ending. If you enjoyed The Cube, I'd recommend watching it. You don't need to have seen Cube 2 to watch Cube 3.

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      Just watched Taps, again. Great movie, i love the ending, but I hate it, if you saw it, you would understand.

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      3:10 to Yuma- Pretty damn good. Not a fan of Christian Bale though.

      Ray- The biopic of Ray Charles. Saw it for like the 5th time, one of my top 10 favortie movies.

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      Finally got around to Constantine, which I'd heard mostly blah reviews on, and I was happily surprised. I'm a sucker for the occult stuff, and for a playful approach to the Divine Comedy mythos, it sure beat the Hellboy movies.
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      I watched most of Seven Pounds yesterday as I walked in about half an hour into it. It was a bit slow and it was a gradual revealing of information over time, but that's just what that kind of movie does, I suppose. It wasn't too bad, all in all. 7/10.

      And before that I watched Wall-E again I think I'll have to buy that movie. It's funny, it's endearing, and it's just overall a great movie. 10/10 from me.

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      I saw the Mist. Great horror movie.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Wrathful View Post
      I saw the Mist. Great horror movie.
      An under appreciated classic. It's probably the best film adaptation around of one of King's horror stories (I was not so impressed with The Shining, book or movie).
      If you have a sense of caring for others, you will manifest a kind of inner strength in spite of your own difficulties and problems. With this strength, your own problems will seem less significant and bothersome to you. By going beyond your own problems and taking care of others, you gain inner strength, self-confidence, courage, and a greater sense of calm.Dalai Lama



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      The last movie I saw was 'Thirteenth Floor'

      Very trippy and thought provoking. So right up up my street.

      A bit Matrix like but a heck of alot better in many ways. Not least because it stars Gretchen Mol, very nice.

      I would deffinatley recommend it.

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      Just rewatched 'The Blair Witch Project'.

      It was better than the first time I watched it.

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      The last movie I saw recently was Role Models. Very funny but I missed Seth Rogen in it. Thats what any good Apatow movie needs is a good hard dose of Seth Rogen.

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      Last weekend I saw Le Samourai, a film by Jean-Pierre Melville. I really did not know what to expect from it, but still I was a bit disappointed. However, reflecting on it a bit, I think it's better than I originally gave it credit for. I'll have to revisit it again to see if my view of it has changed much. It's one of those movies where it's not best to go into it with as little information as possible, in my opinion. The main theme of the film is isolation, how the main character is detached from the rest of the world.
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      I recently watched "To Kill a Mockingbird" for my Literature Class.

      Beautiful ;_;

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      X Men Origins: Wolverine

      Surprisingly amazing. I was expecting it to be bad, but I was proven wrong. It was actually pretty good, and I think sets my expectations high for the next "summer movies"

      I whole heartedly suggest it.
      Bollocks.

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      Slumdog Millionaire: It was good and I liked it.. but I didn't think it was fantastic.

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      See No Evil - Pretty respectable slasher flick. Cain (from WWE) played a good, silent psychopathic killer. I liked the way he was just manhandling everybody, and the deaths were all pretty brutal. Not really a 'good movie,' by any means, but fun to watch if you like that sort of thing.

      100 Feet - An interesting little 'made for TV' flick (starring Famke Janssen ). It was pretty cool, but kind of absurd at times. I enjoyed it, though.

      X-2: X-men United - The best in the series, and possibly the greatest superhero movie ever made (with more Famke).
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