Yes, but it was pretty funny when he woke up as a fratOriginally Posted by SweetBrenda
I liked the story, but I didn't think either ending was quite right. I wish the guards would've broken in
before he had a chance to "do his thing". This would have ended the movie with an apropriate measure of
[QUOTE=a.k.a.]Yes, but it was
pretty funny when he woke up as a frat boy.
I liked the story, but I didn't think either ending was quite right. I
wish the guards would've broken in before he had a chance to "do his thing". This would have ended the movie
with an apropriate measure of uncertainty.
I totally agree with you.
I saw the "Bourne Supremacy" last
night. Very satisfying spy fanatasy.
I really loved "Anchorman."
Haven't laughed that much in a long time.
Anyone mention Being John Malkovich?
I enjoyed that a lot.
One of my favorites. Very creative. At first I didn't evenOriginally Posted by Bruce
recognize Cameron Diaz.
I didn't recognize here either.Originally Posted by a.k.a.
About half-way through the movie, I asked my wife; "um, who is that woman with the curly red brown hair anyway? She
Adaptation was good, too. IOriginally Posted by a.k.a.
love Spike Jonze's work.
Can't get past Diaz, though.
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“Dirty Pretty Things” is out on
video. A realistic drama, with surreal undertones, about immigrants trying to survive London’s wicked underside.
Great story. Great acting and perfect casting. Audry Tatou (star of “Amilee”) plays and innocent Turkish girl that
everybody tries to exploit. Sergi Lopez (costar of “My Friend Harry”) plays an excellent bad guy. Some British actor
I’ve never seen before plays a Nigerian doctor running away from his past.
Shocking ending and one of the
greatest lines I’ve ever heard in a movie:
“Why haven’t I seen you people before?”
“You never see us.
We’re the people that drive your cabs, clean your rooms, and suck your c@#$.”
Chiwetel Ejiofor.Originally Posted by a.k.a.
He was in Love Actually. I think he's in Woody Allen's next film, too.
The documentary Control
Room was an excellent, honest film about truth, honesty, and balance in war journalism; as well as the battle
for these goods, in context of the Iraq war.
A lot of people are comparing it to Fahrenheit 9/11; and
for a good reason, due to the similarity in subject matter. The pacing and filmmaking was perhaps a little better in
Control Room; although 9/11 was perhaps slightly more ambitious and difficult.
conservatives are sure to dislike the film, since conservatism is partly a mental trait and cognitive habit;
independent-minded lovers of free information should find much reason to admire it.
Well said.Originally Posted by DrSmellThis
I just rented a really old
movie called Srg. Peppers Lonely Heartsclub Band with Peter Frampton and The Bee Gees. It was really great and it
had a super sound track.
Not new, but good.
Check out Collateral with Tom
Cruise. The role he played was simply amazing.
The BreakFast Club!
but still good. I can't get tired of watching this movie ever!
Did anyone see Harold And
Didn't see it, but heard about
I have!! let me tell you it's pretty good! let me tell you how it ends, so youOriginally Posted by Holmes
can get an idea ok?
"he dies at the end"
( okay, okay I'm kidding! ) I haven't watch that movie yet!...
Harold and Kumar is a very funny
movie. Its a must-see movie.
I liked Collateral and The
Village. Heavily anticipated movies.
Some Kind Of Monster. Makes
those guys look really bad.
(BTW, thanks Sito. I'll check Harold & Kumar out.)
Good. I've heard great things about "The Village", but my gf hates creepy stuff, so IOriginally Posted by hotrocks5
guess our next movie will be "Collateral".
"The Blind Swordsman: Zatoichi" was very entertaining. It's Beat
Takeshi's remake of an old series. If you've seen some of the originals you'll really appreciate the satire. The
ending is a gas.
The Corporation was a
"Harold & Kumar go to White
Castle", "The Corporation" & "The Blind Swordsman: Zatoichi" are all in my "Awaiting Releases" netflix
How many people out there go to the movies vs renting?
I live in a medium size conservative
city, we have one theater that plays foreign & indy stuff...cant always find what I want to see there...
Holmes is a tool for
having a full PM box (just kidding, buddy), so I'll tell this to everyone:
Have you seen it? I
watched it yesterday, and it was a very well-made movie. I am amazed at the special effects (never seen anything
like it...not the Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon-like stuff but the arrows and the colors and stuff). Great movie.
You should see it. I thought the subtitles would bother me, but they did a great job of translating it into
English. Pretty cool overall.
PS: Help control the mail population. Have your mailbox cleaned or
No, but some friends
of mine saw it last night. I haven't heard what they thought, but I do want to check it out.
for The Life Aquatic (Bill Murray back to his old self) and The Aviator.
Oh, and XXX2.
Gotta go clean house...
going out with my friends tonight. My little girl and I were bonding spending some quality time tonight insted! so
we had pop corn and rootbeer (her fave drink) we were watching *13 going on 30* one of the cuttest movies
ever. Definitely a Chick's movie as some guys might say (haha) we really liked it. She's (my little girl) growing
so fast makes me sad in a way because to me that is exactly what she will always be ( my little girl no matter what
age she is) and it was cute having her laugh with me of some of the scenes in the movie. Her laugh makes me feel
happy is such a great feeling she's one happy little girl and that makes me feel good.
She acts so much like me some times it's funny but she has her own personality and she's very
unique but I find it so amazing to see some of me in her. She likes me to tuck her in and read her a bed time-story
every night until she falls asleep and even though there's times I'm not in the mood I always do.. Tonight while
we were watching this movie it made me realized those moments are actually the best moments of her life as well as
mine because once the time is gone we can't get it back! and having those sweet short memories of us spending time
together, reading her a story, tucking her in at night, kissing her forehead and saying I love you & hearing her
sweet voice saying I love you to Mommy are some of the best moments in my life and those sweet memories are captured
in my heart as well in my mind until the day I die... What a wonderfull feeling she gives me, what a wonderful thing
is to be a Mommy of such a loving little girl.
Yeah I guess this movie did a little
more to me because I used to be in such rush to grow up but once I got there I wish I was young all over again and
to see my kid rushing to grow up too sort of makes me sad because I wish she wouldn't.. I wish she could stay the
age she is now and be with me forever... (okay Im crying now..) Sorry I'm a bit emotional tonight and I think it's
showing.. But those who are parents can relate to what I'm rumbling about..
BTW she is
sleeping with me tonight and I enjoy this more than her to tell you the truth! although she basically takes the
whole bed and I end up at the edge I enjoy her little arms hugging me during the night. But this only happens every
once in a while because if we make this a habit than is hard to get her back in her bedroom again and I need my
privacy too. Anyway, I will stop here now I just had an emotional moment. My next movie is Saving Private Ryan. Not
sure if I really want to start watching this tonight.. I'm a cry Baby and not ashame to admit it and as much as I
suffer watching movies like those I really enjoy them a lot! I watched Man Of Honor for the 1st time sometime last
week and OMG awesome Movie!! And NOOO I didn't drop a tear in this movie!,,,, (okay I'm lying) I couln't stop my
tears from falling...
Hugs to you all
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A great pleasure in life is doing what people say you can not do."
WoW Sky Captain and the World of
Tomorrow will become a classic. The whole retro look of the film is amazing, it felt like I was watching a actual
movie from the 30s combined with giant robots, Ray Guns, and a Flash Gordon type hero. To those that don't know
this movie it is entirely computer-generated only the actors are real. The dialogue and acting could have been
better but I can see they were trying to go for a comic-book serial. This is one of those movies you have to see on
the big screen so don't wait till DVD, I highly recommend it.
"You made three mistakes. 1. You took the job. 2. A 4 man crew to catch me, f***ing insulting. 3. You didn't pack enough weapons."- Riddick "The Chronicles of Riddick"
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