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  #347952 5-Jul-2010 11:23
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The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus - first Blu Ray Ive ever watched on my PS3 (I Like :) )- movie was odd but thats what people expect from Terry Gilliams movies ;)
Have to watch it right through to make sense, miss a few minutes and might as well start again.
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  #347954 5-Jul-2010 11:25
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Toy Story 3 - 10/10

Almost impossible not to be touched by this brilliant ending to one of the best trilogies of all time. Definitely a must-see for Pixar fans.




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  #347956 5-Jul-2010 11:27
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The Boondock Saints (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0144117/) and I give it 6.5/10. Strange, and the sequel was a bit better I think (it explained a lot).





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  #347960 5-Jul-2010 11:36
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Saw The Adventures of Clutch Powers yesterday...what a hoot!

If anyone ever wants to watch a movie full of Lego and lego characters, this is the one for you!

Had it's hilarious moments and it's yawn-inducing moments, but overall kept me and the kids out of the wife's hair for an hour or so...




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  #347964 5-Jul-2010 11:52
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magu: Toy Story 3 - 10/10

Almost impossible not to be touched by this brilliant ending to one of the best trilogies of all time. Definitely a must-see for Pixar fans.


Also saw this movie on the weekend, loved it!  really well done I thought.

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  #349953 11-Jul-2010 16:33
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Ok over the last few days i have watched

The A Team which was certainly better on a second viewing but still about average

Toy Story 3 Have to say this is the best movie i have recently watched all of my kids enjoyed it thoroughly.

Highlander 1 - 5 have to say my original thoughts of 1 and 4 being the best in the series still hold 2 3 and 5 are utter garbage and really do the series no good.

Casino an oldie but a definitely a good watch. I am going through a ganster movie stage at the moment so watching a lot of these.

Killers which is a comedy with Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl it was pretty funny.

Lastly i suffered through the third installment of the Twilight Series Eclipse and although it had a couple of ok scenes and a few laughs it was overall quite boring. WOrst part is that i will have to suffer through 2 more of these due to my very soon to be teenage girl.

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  #349979 11-Jul-2010 18:08
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The Karate Kid - the 2010 version:) Great film, really enjoyed it. People say it's too long but the storyline, the "essence", the acting, just perfect! A must watch:)

 
 
 
 


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  #349983 11-Jul-2010 18:12
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True true I have also seen the Karate Kid and thought it was quite good too.

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  #350429 12-Jul-2010 21:48
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Bah, geekzone ate my post.

I just watched Unthinkable.
It is bad ass, with some very hairy moments, not for the faint hearted.
Sam Jackson (usual awesome self) Carrie-Anne Moss, the tony blair guy (Michael Sheen).

Drama, Thriller, FBI, Terrorism, and a whole lot of interrogation.

I've also worked out I saw the "alternate" ending, not the US release ending. I think the one I saw was probably better!

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  #350963 13-Jul-2010 17:39
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heavenlywild: The Karate Kid - the 2010 version:) Great film, really enjoyed it. People say it's too long but the storyline, the "essence", the acting, just perfect! A must watch:)


i watched it last friday too, so funny yet so touching at the same time...

beautiful.. 

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  #351689 15-Jul-2010 08:21
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Toy Story 3 - myself, wife, Miss 3 and Miss 6 months...... all enjoyed it - Miss 6 months even watched 90% of it, she usually falls asleep in the first 5 mins but gess the colours were "purdy" :) 9/10

BTW, anyone see "Sid" in TS3 ? :)




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  #351739 15-Jul-2010 09:36
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+1 for Toy Story 3. Really enjoyed it but man that 3D screws with your eyes.




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  #351749 15-Jul-2010 09:48
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Sounds like I'll have to watch Toy Story 3.

Last movie I saw was the A-Team. Much better than I thought it was going to be. The characters were brilliantly matched. Surprisingly Mr T. was probably the least like the original but the others were spot on.

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  #351767 15-Jul-2010 10:29
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nzscom: Sounds like I'll have to watch Toy Story 3.

Last movie I saw was the A-Team. Much better than I thought it was going to be. The characters were brilliantly matched. Surprisingly Mr T. was probably the least like the original but the others were spot on.

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  #351773 15-Jul-2010 10:39
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Haha yeah fair point. This guy even drank alcohol and didn't wear any gold jewellery! Shameful.

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