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      Quote Originally Posted by Quigin View Post
      Quantum of Solace is the newest one.
      I meant of the Casino Royale titles.
      Bollocks.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Delphinus View Post
      I meant of the Casino Royale titles.
      There are no "Casino Royale" titles.

      There are two new movies in the Bond titles: "Casino Royale" and "Quantum of Solace", Quantum being the newest one.
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      Bollocks.

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      Ah, you meant the original one, back in the '60s?

      I thought you were implying that the new Casino Royale started its own series.

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      I saw Angels and Demons on Friday. I read the book almost a year ago, and absolutely loved it. The movie was a great adaptation. I'm usually a fan of the ones that win independent film awards like at Cannes and things of that sort (the movies we don't hear about, but are absolutely amazing. The artistic types), but this movie was phenominal! It was just really enjoyable to watch. Good amount of suspense, decent action, great storyline.

      If your going to see this movie because you think it has a chance at "best film" or "best actor", don't go. It's not even close to that. But it's just good in general.

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      Quote Originally Posted by AirRick101 View Post
      I don't think anybody disliked Wolverine;
      I'm trying to get up my nerve to go see it, but I'm anticipating disliking it . I'm dreading what they've done to Deadpool

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      Zack and Miri Make a Porno. It was rather sweet and funny for a movie with so many ballsacks.
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      "The Reader" with Kate Winslet. It was very good and made you wonder what you would do if you had vital information about someone else.

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      I saw Star Trek on Saturday and thought it was quite enjoyable. Now, I'm no Star Trek fan by any means, and this was the first Star Trek movie I've ever seen. Also, I've only seen like one episode of the television series in my life, and that was years ago, but this movie was still good. I thought Karl Urban was hilarious. Overall I'd give it a 7/10.

      The same day, I caught the last half of a movie based on a true story called A Civil Action with John Travolta, William H. Macy, Robert Duvall, Tony Shalhoub, John Lithgow, and Sydney Pollack. It was a courtroom drama, one of those David and Goliath stories. From what I saw it was very good.

      Also, I saw Batman (1989) with Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson for the first time. I did my best to approach this film based on its own merits, but it still seemed really cheesy. Nicholson was still good though, for the most part. 6.5/10
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      Watched Stand By Me last night. Such a great movie.
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      We watched The Boy in the Striped Pajamas in our english class...

      It was very sad at the end ;____;

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      Anyone know the name of the song they play during the car chase scene toward the beginning of Star Trek? I can't hear the lyrics well enough to google them.. waaah!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Mes Tarrant View Post
      Anyone know the name of the song they play during the car chase scene toward the beginning of Star Trek? I can't hear the lyrics well enough to google them.. waaah!
      Was that where they used Beastie Boys' Sabotage?
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      I watched Star Trek.
      It was amazing I love Spock!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Taosaur View Post
      Was that where they used Beastie Boys' Sabotage?
      Great song.
      They play that in Star Trek? Awesome. I haven't seen it yet, but I will soon.
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      I saw Angels and Demons a few days ago. It was pretty good, fairly intense, suspenseful. I enjoyed it.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Oneironaut View Post
      Great song.
      They play that in Star Trek? Awesome. I haven't seen it yet, but I will soon.
      Aye, Sabotage is the song playing in the car chase scene when Kirk is a kid. It's such an awesome movie. 8.7/10

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      Fast and Furious... Whatever the hell the last one was.

      Blech. Stupid, and sadly, the best of the series.
      Bollocks.

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      Last movie I saw: Terminator: Salvation. Great movie! No complaints. The cameo was not advertised and mercifully not overdone. The pacing was great and the action was intense! 9/10

      I also saw Star Trek and X-Men Origins: Wolverine. I loved them both... very much. It took me about 20 minutes to stop seeing Zachary Quinto as Sylar, and in the end, I thought everyone played their parts extremely well! It'll be interesting to see if they make another. And as far as Wolverine, it has Hugh Jackman. That's all I have to say. ...and I just highly enjoyed it in general.

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      Terminator: Salvation. I know it's supposed to be an action-packed adventure and all, but... I was admittedly a little bored. The characters seemed so bland, I almost didn't even really care what happened to them because I felt no connection whatsoever. It just seemed like a lot of explosions and shooting and all the typical action-movie stunts like that. No scenes had anything unique or original enough to really stick out at me, so it kind of seemed like a pretty static movie altogether. Granted, it was my first terminator experience, but it's not like I didn't understand what was going on. The acting and special effects were good, though. I'll admit it was put together well, but it just didn't quite rub my buddha.

      I also saw star trek, and very much enjoyed it. no complaints there; it was funny, exciting, entertaining, and although I'm usually not one to have celebrity crushes, I was very glad to see that Chris Pine was Kirk ... and I think he did a great job.

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      Star Trek.

      HOLY $#!+


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      Just saw Menace II Society and Boyz N the Hood. Now I feel like a straight up G.

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      I watched Angels and Demons. It was actually a lot better than The Davinci Code, which I hated as a movie. It was quite intense and had a very good plot twist in it. It may have had a few places in the movie that weren't believeable, but if you aren't in there to critique the movie and instead just want to have a good time, then you probably will.

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      I really want to see Angels and Demons, as I read the book a couple weeks before it came out without knowing that they were even making a movie on it. Books fascinating, and from what I saw from the trailers and reviews and stuff I won't be disappointed with the film.

      Just watched Donnie Darko on television, as I had heard the name before but wasn't entirely sure what the fuss was about. Needless to say I thought it was one of those movies that really broke the norm of Hollywood entertainment. Time travel? Predestination paradoxes? Tangent universes? I loved it!


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      Just saw Drunken Master. It was awesome, Jackie Chan is the man.

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