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  Reply # 220200 31-May-2009 20:23
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Ah... Yesterday there was "You've Got Mail" on TV One. So I got the old DVD and we watched (it finished about 1/4 ahead of the TV screening).

Always a good story. I kind of like NY, they have some good music on the movie, and great picture.





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  Reply # 220283 1-Jun-2009 09:29
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Just watched Lesbian Vampire Killers - Not bad - Not quite up to Shaun of the Dead standard
But British made still - So actually quite funny - And not just trashy american crap. Ending was a bit light - Could of been better. Give it a 6.5/10

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 220467 1-Jun-2009 17:16
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Angels and Demons..
Feel Good at some points
quite an alright movie but as usual, nothing compared to the book.

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  Reply # 220477 1-Jun-2009 17:53
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Paul Blart Mall Cop - Average.

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  Reply # 220487 1-Jun-2009 18:17
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Just went and saw Knowing. Not too bad..




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  Reply # 221079 2-Jun-2009 20:36
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  Reply # 221577 4-Jun-2009 13:06
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The Wrestler

This was much better than I expected. Aronofsky seems to reinvent himself with each flick and Rourke gave a very moving and heartfelt performance. I was afraid halfway through that it would be nothing more than depressing but it justifies the pain and mood you have to sit through and is very redemptive by the end.

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  Reply # 221621 4-Jun-2009 14:19
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Keen to watch Inglorious Basterds as well.

Pineapple Express really made me laugh out loud, but that's probably because I was half 'in the mood' for it.

Slumdog surprised me, and IMHO deserved the Oscar.

Saw Blues Brothers yesterday on C4. True classic! 10/10




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  Reply # 221861 5-Jun-2009 00:42
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Caught the Blues Brothers too :)

Just watched Max Payne - not too bad at all




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  Reply # 223109 9-Jun-2009 13:15
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House of Flying Daggers - beautifully crafted and photographed but sad story (subtitles)
Boy in Striped Pyjamas - moving story, chilling in some respects, well acted
Be Kind, Rewind - don't waste your time. sort of tries to be Hi-Fidelity but never gets going
Bounce - Romantic drama, enjoyable on a cold evening with a warm fire.
Life, or Something Like It - light romantic drama / comedy - unusual to see Angelina Jolie in this sort of role. Enjoyed it though, perhaps surprisingly.
A Lot Like Love - gave up about 1/4 way in.

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  Reply # 223116 9-Jun-2009 13:18
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Angels & Demons was much better than I thought it would be. Recommended.

Also saw Chocolat for the first time, and it was amusing. Perhaps not as good as Mostly Martha but nice food nonetheless.





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  Reply # 223298 9-Jun-2009 19:56
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Shaolin Soccer: i had seen this movie b4 but it was with the subtitles, but the new dvd i watched last night was in english, dubbed of course.

if any of u guys haven't seen the movie do watch it.....i love that movie!!!!!

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  Reply # 224944 14-Jun-2009 17:01
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We watched "Someone like you"... Old romantic comedy, ok for an evening with wife but both of us agreed it was a bit weak.





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  Reply # 224945 14-Jun-2009 17:05
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We saw The Hangover last night. Seriously the funniest movie I have ever seen. I WILL be buying the DVD when it comes out. The whole cinema was in histericks the whole way through.

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  Reply # 224946 14-Jun-2009 17:07
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Just watching Sicko, by Michael Moore, very good. Makes me want to live in France and also makes me happy i live in new zealand and not US. Recommended

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