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  #251912 31-Aug-2009 10:44
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Watchmen - Friend described it as a "superhero drama" not an action flick - he was right - I enjoyed it though :) 8/10

The Uninvited - more thriller than horror, seemed predictable until the end when youre thrown a curveball ;) 7/10

Wolverine - Fills in the gaps etc I guess - 6.5/10





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  #252117 1-Sep-2009 08:51
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The Boat That Rocked - Bill Nighy A++, but overall not up to the same standard as Love Actually et al by the same guys.

 
 
 
 


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#253058 3-Sep-2009 22:55
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We just watched The Boat that Rocked. I give it 9/10. It's rock'n'roll!

Very good, fun like most British comedy, lots of bad words. Same director as Love Actually.





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  #254270 9-Sep-2009 09:24
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Saw Inglorious Basterds last night - highly enjoyable! Typical Tarantino movie with great soundtrack too. I'd happily give it 9.5/10




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  #254475 9-Sep-2009 18:36
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freitasm: We just watched The Boat that Rocked. I give it 9/10. It's rock'n'roll!

Very good, fun like most British comedy, lots of bad words. Same director as Love Actually.




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Really, really great one! Awesome music!... really funny all the way through - serious, yet light-hearted.. I even clapped a bit at the end!




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  #254477 9-Sep-2009 18:36
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Oh, and the cast was MINT!




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  #254543 9-Sep-2009 21:19
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Just saw District 9 - And thought that was pretty awesome :)




 
 
 
 


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  #254624 10-Sep-2009 01:28
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michaelmurfy: Just saw District 9 - And thought that was pretty awesome :)


Saw it and enjoyed it ! Thought it was pretty ironic being set in South Africa.

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  #255336 13-Sep-2009 11:51
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The time traveller's wife

Great movie, a love story about a time traveler so i was waiting for the drama crap to come along yet no where as what i dreaded. The husband is born with a gene that enables him to time travel "randomly!"
Complications set in where their love is tested (I apologize for turning Emo). Anyways, with these time traveling movies i always have to watch more than once to understand them fully - Primer movie was another. So if your like me be warned you might have to see it more than once.

As Jake the muss would say: A good movie to sit down with the missus after shes cooked you some eggs! :D




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  #255448 13-Sep-2009 20:13
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michaelmurfy: Just saw District 9 - And thought that was pretty awesome :)


Saw it and enjoyed it ! Thought it was pretty ironic being set in South Africa.


For those who don't read IMDB:

"All the shacks in District 9 were actual shacks that exist in a section of Johannesburg [...] The only shack that was created solely for filming was Christopher Johnson's shack.




 

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  #255450 13-Sep-2009 20:22
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Half Baked and Corporate Affairs. Both average




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  #255455 13-Sep-2009 20:44
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Ghostbusters. "Don't cross the streams!" 10/10




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  #255469 13-Sep-2009 22:07
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Babe. (seriously - first time ever. watched it with my 2 year old).

Good movie.

"That'll do pig."

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tonyhughes: Babe. (seriously - first time ever. watched it with my 2 year old).


Good movie.


 

I want to get that one for my kids. Plus I want to see Chicken Run. I mean show them Chicken Run.




 

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