Movies you've been watching...

Discussion in 'Movies, Books, TV & Media' started by 8Fingers, Mar 10, 2011.

  1. Sicarius

    Sicarius Reggie J Worthington

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    Yeah, it's not for everyone. I just thought the running Jedi theme and with Ewan McGregor made it more funny to me than it really was.
     
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    MFB ExBendable

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    IMO, it was one of the best movies of 2010, and made me really appreciate Bridges; especially to see he can do more than be just "The Dude" (He was pretty much the dude in Tron as well, and yes, he was good in Iron Man as well)
     
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    I'll watch anything with Bridges in. He's one of those actors like Pitt or Clooney who seems to only do good films.
     
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    Scar Symmetry Ex Whiny Bitch

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    Watching Mongol, great film. Visually stunning, the action scenes are fantastic.
     
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    Hmm I wanna watch it :agreed:

    Diary of the dead (2007) - Good Lord please kill everybody who was part of it :realmad:

    Monsters (2010) - Master piece!
    How to make money these days? Make a film called Monsters but don't put any monsters there.Go to a forest and tell to 2 crap actors start walking talking about nothing.The name Monsters obviously makes the audience think about terror or at least a thriller...........no terror and no thriller.But in the end it gives the audience a very cool positive view = NOTHING.How much money do you need to make a monsters film without monsters and with only 2 crap actors talking about nothing walking around a forest?.......................ZERO :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    Murmel Fapping to J-rock

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    Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

    Great film. But I wanna watch it again.
    WITHOUT THE FUCKING 3D
     
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    Mongol was the shit...
     
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    ry_z Ikebana Noise Club

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    Netflix has all of them - the Criterion Collection discs. That's how I've seen them. :yesway:
     
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    KUNG FU PANDA 2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    vampiregenocide A Chap Called Ross

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    Watched The Orphan recently. That was bloody good.
     
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    The Slayer (1982) - IMDb

    The Slayer (1982) - Last night I watched this old master piece. It's soooooooo crap I couldn't stop laughing. Actors are terrible and I wonder if they're still alive, direction is beyound crap, story is...is...is...........:wallbash:
    Seriously everything is so crap that made me laugh and that's why it's a master piece :nuts:...................:lol:
     
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    Watched Full Metal Jacket over the weekend, and Platoon last night. Really, really like FMJ. Also watched part of The Pacific.
     
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    Both movies are great. I really want to see The Pacific, HBO make great stuff.
     
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    Murmel Fapping to J-rock

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    Watched The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo this friday and yesterday I watched The Girl Who Played with Fire. Or 'Män som hatar kvinnor' and 'Flickan som lekte med elden' for those who want the original titles.
    I find it kinda funny how the name of the first film, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo has nothing to do with the Swedish title at all, which would be translated to Men Who Hate Women, which I think is a more appropriate title.

    I found them pretty good, been getting my eyes up for Swedish film as of late, having been sceptical for several years.
    One thing I particulary like about them is that they just make everything feel much more real. Honestly, of all the violent and abusive scenes I've seen in films, those that hit me the hardest have been those from Swedish films.
    I don't know if it has something to do with me being Swedish, but they just feel so much more real than other films I've watched.

    There's this one scene in a Johan Falk movie where a pregnant woman gets beat down and the child dies. Fuck, I cringe so bad every time I watch it.
     
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    ry_z Ikebana Noise Club

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    These, as well as Moon.

    The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest is up next.
     
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    Sephael Divine Paradøx Contributor

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    "Raging Phoenix" and "Chocolate", I have both of these ready to go at any time because they are that awesome.
     
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    IMO, "Hornet's Nest" was the best in the trilogy! Enjoy!
     
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    Moon was a lot better than i expected...
     
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    zackh b4 αq ru 18 qtπ?

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    I just finished the whole Millenium trilogy. Amazing movies. Dragon was personally my favorite, though. BTW Noomi Rapace is a FOX!
     
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    zackh b4 αq ru 18 qtπ?

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    I also watched the Discovery Channel documentary Grizzly Man last night. Pretty amazing stuff...

    :evil:kinda want to hear the audio from his last tape though
     

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