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  # 248845 19-Aug-2009 22:48
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District 9 awesome, go see!

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  # 249285 21-Aug-2009 08:10
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District 9. I thought this was very well made. My wife was very surprised I took her to see this but she agreed that it was extremely well done. Heaps of splatter but not to gory. You could really feel the characters and I was squirming at a few scenes.

Also this movie has excellent surround sound effects.

 
 
 
 


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  # 249295 21-Aug-2009 08:37
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Inglorious basterds is awesome!!! Worth a watch for sure. Not the guys movie people
have been making it out to be. Christoph waltz is awesome as Hans landa.

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  # 249421 21-Aug-2009 13:44
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District 9 saw it a couple of nights ago and i have to say that i was not expecting what was shown.
It is a Sci-fi Mockumentary that will make you feel very sorry to be human.
i have to confess i did shed a tear.


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  # 249565 21-Aug-2009 22:52
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I have been catching up on movies I watched from a good number of years ago. I have recently watched:

The Phantasm Quadrilogy. The first was released in NZ around 1980 as 'The Never Dead" Great Sci-Fi/Horrors that make some more recent efforts seem ordinary, especially considering their age. And we have never seen the third & fourth installments in NZ before.

Also, Hellraiser has eight movies with only three? being shown in NZ previously. As well as From Beyond, based on HP Lovecrafts' novel & They Live. Also excellent watches.

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  # 249592 22-Aug-2009 08:51
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Gi Joe - 6/10 - Fairly predictable storyline..... lot of the FX were great but some CGI was badly done. Funniest bit wasnt in the movie itself, but the reaction of a chick in theatre right at the end of the movie where theres a little "twist" I guess you could call it... she gasped when she figured something out and the whole theatre heard her and laughed - pity we all knew it was going to happen since 1/2 way through the movie :)




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  # 249952 23-Aug-2009 22:41
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freitasm: Just watched Knowing. Not bad and will shake some of your beliefs.


Really liked it, but the ending kinda sucked for me.




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  # 249982 24-Aug-2009 08:29
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Public Enemies - 7.5/10 good solid action flick -wife enjoyed it but thats cause her dream husband is in it (Depp) :)




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  # 250430 25-Aug-2009 17:02
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Guns of Navarone (1961) - 8/10. Special effects pretty bad but waaayy better acting than you see in films these days.

Platoon (1986) - 9.5/10. my fav movie of all time




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  # 251608 29-Aug-2009 19:51
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Inglourious Basterds

8/10 Very good movie, typical Quentin Tarantino movie in terms of violence tho

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freitasm: Wife was watching something from our DVD collection and when I came to the lounge was greeted with Love Actually. Very funny, always a good one.


Great flick. Bill Nighy never disappoints.




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