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  # 391350 13-Oct-2010 14:53
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Still havent watched Primer yet, need to get some mates round with some beer/bourbon to watch it I think.......




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  # 391353 13-Oct-2010 14:56
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xpd: Still havent watched Primer yet, need to get some mates round with some beer/bourbon to watch it I think.......


I'm not sure, but I think you have to be in your sharpest self to understand it. I watched it late night and feel I need to watch it again to 'get it' get it. 




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  # 391368 13-Oct-2010 15:38
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xpd: Still havent watched Primer yet, need to get some mates round with some beer/bourbon to watch it I think.......


I'm not sure, but I think you have to be in your sharpest self to understand it. I watched it late night and feel I need to watch it again to 'get it' get it. 


Oooooh lordy yes indeed, you need your wits about your with that one. The fact that there's a huge chart that's been put together to explain it says it all really!




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  # 391435 13-Oct-2010 17:41
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The Last Air Bender - Shockingly bad bad movie. 1 out of 5

Attack of Leningrad - not bad, if you like WW2 movies  like Stalingrad your like Leningrad this one is about how the citizens lived throughout the siege. 3 out of 5

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Get Primer man, best movie ever for that category. Though I had to watch it twice before I fully understood it. lol.





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  # 391582 13-Oct-2010 22:49
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Kaos36: The Last Air Bender - Shockingly bad bad movie. 1 out of 5


I just caught that a few days ago too. The fight scenes were really bad. Was a pain to watch : (

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  # 391783 14-Oct-2010 12:47
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has anyone heard anything about a new version of barbarella?????? Sorry but the old version is the last movie I watched hahaha

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  # 391785 14-Oct-2010 12:49
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TheLastLemming:
Kaos36: The Last Air Bender - Shockingly bad bad movie. 1 out of 5


I just caught that a few days ago too. The fight scenes were really bad. Was a pain to watch : (


My flatmate said the directing was like a high school kid had been allowed to direct a feature, just really mental shots that were trying to be artsy but sucked

 
 
 
 


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  # 391787 14-Oct-2010 12:52
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TheLastLemming:
Kaos36: The Last Air Bender - Shockingly bad bad movie. 1 out of 5


I just caught that a few days ago too. The fight scenes were really bad. Was a pain to watch : (


My flatmate said the directing was like a high school kid had been allowed to direct a feature, just really mental shots that were trying to be artsy but sucked


Went with my 9 year old and thought for his age it was pretty cool, especially after watching the TV series and playing the PS games for ever beforehand. 

Couldn't resist the temptation and got out "Bitch Slap" on the weekend...I wish I hadn't!  I am surprised that Michael Hurst even bothered!

 




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  # 391792 14-Oct-2010 12:58
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Yeah I suppose you have to put the target demographic in mind. There are 'kids movies' that work for adults too though

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  # 392460 16-Oct-2010 06:41
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saw the Righteous Kill the other day... nice one!

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  # 393831 20-Oct-2010 00:46
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Just rewatched 8 mile. Awesome film

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  # 394198 21-Oct-2010 00:09
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Well I watched 8 Mile again not so long ago too and enjoyed it yet again. I pretty much agree with the awesome film comment too.

Just literally finished watching RED with Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich and Richard Dreyfuss to name a few and have to say it was very enjoyable and I would recommend it to anyone who likes a little humour with their action movies.

Please note the humour is not too much but enough to make this film enjoyable for those that are not too big on action movies.

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  # 394484 21-Oct-2010 19:19
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jtbthatsme: Well I watched 8 Mile again not so long ago too and enjoyed it yet again. I pretty much agree with the awesome film comment too.

Just literally finished watching RED with Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich and Richard Dreyfuss to name a few and have to say it was very enjoyable and I would recommend it to anyone who likes a little humour with their action movies.

Please note the humour is not too much but enough to make this film enjoyable for those that are not too big on action movies.


RED's trailer got me really interested too. I'd probably go catch it some time soon, action with humour is my kind of film and anything with Bruce Willis gets my +1.

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Paranormal Activity... 2/10

NOT being afraid of things going bump in night, I didn't find this remotely scary; and since it hasn't got anything going on other than the supernatural element I found I really wasted my time watching this one.




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  # 396170 27-Oct-2010 11:09
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Watched The Other Guys over the long weekend. I thought it was pretty funny and so did those I watched it with. Obviously if you don't like Will Ferrell then you probably won't like this.

3 Outta 5 for me.

I know two others who have seen it one thought it was funny as the other thought it was total rubbish (he used a slightly different word though).

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