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  Reply # 233689 10-Jul-2009 14:39
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Saw Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory last night for the first time in a few years.
Was good to see one of my favourite childhood movies again.

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  Reply # 233696 10-Jul-2009 14:52
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Transformers 2 - Brilliant FX etc... story was a bit so so... got dragged out in parts. Enjoyed it overall tho. 7/10




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  Reply # 233703 10-Jul-2009 15:05
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Went and watched Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs in 3D last night. First time I have seen a 3D movie in a very longtime.

Some good laughs and the 3D was kinda cool.




 

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  Reply # 233837 10-Jul-2009 19:09
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I saw transformers 2 and I ABSOLUTELY HATE having to see all those bad scenes with my family, so awkward...

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  Reply # 234033 11-Jul-2009 12:40
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oooo i saw angels and demons last nyt, loved it

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  Reply # 234300 12-Jul-2009 11:32
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Bruno. OMG, I can't believe he got away with half the stuff he did!




 

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  Reply # 234319 12-Jul-2009 12:55
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The Spirit - odd movie.... wouldve made a better TV series than a movie. 5/10

Knowing - not bad at all actually.... bit of a different ending comapred to similar movies. 7/10




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Reply # 234555 13-Jul-2009 09:39
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BRUNO: I am scar'd for life now, Multiple shots of a penis on a giant movie screen isnt something I thought they would put in the movie, but it was still very very funny. Wouldnt recomend to a Homo-Phobic because it just constantly revolves around brunos homo sexuality but all very very very funny.

* * * * * - 5 stars from me.




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  Reply # 234566 13-Jul-2009 09:50
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Das Boot.

A very old movie, I'd never seen it before, and I now understand why it still gets such rave reviews. Wow.




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  Reply # 234569 13-Jul-2009 09:53
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muppet: Das Boot.

A very old movie, I'd never seen it before, and I now understand why it still gets such rave reviews. Wow.


Good, very good movie. Deep, no pun intended.





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  Reply # 234572 13-Jul-2009 10:01
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Yup, Das Boot was good... Ive got the directors cut somewhere which Ive got to sit down and watch :)




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  Reply # 234928 13-Jul-2009 21:20
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muppet: Das Boot.
A very old movie, I'd never seen it before, and I now understand why it still gets such rave reviews. Wow.


Intense eh? I don't know if I've seen any other scene in a movie that has as much tension as the "silent waiting" part of Das Boot.

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  Reply # 234952 13-Jul-2009 22:08
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Not long seen Wolverine & the new Star Trek movie.

Wolverine was awesome, just as I expected...
Star Trek I got dragged along to, but I was really surprised that I enjoyed it!!

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  Reply # 236035 16-Jul-2009 11:24
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Yep Wolverine RULED.



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  Reply # 236038 16-Jul-2009 11:29
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Just watched Awake (Hayden Christensen, Jessica Alba) really good movie! but really short!

The Shining anyone?

Public enemies looks freaking good definitely seeing that in the theater :P

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