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Collateral [Big Grin]

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quote:
Originally posted by Let_The_Wind_Erase_Me:
X-Men Origins: Wolverine

is this movie worth going to the movies or just wait till it comes out on dvd?
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I watched Sam's Lake, which I thought was just gonna be an okay mystery-suspense type movie. However, exactly 54 minutes into the movie it got good. Pretty darn good. It's not the best movie I've ever seen, but if you're bored it's good for a watch.
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Zack and Miri Make a Porno. The first half I thought was really funny. The second half, meh. I recognized a few things in the movie- Ralph's Army Surplus, where they pull over in the car. That place has been there forever. And of course, Monroeville Mall, where I worked a few years back. They made it look much better than it is- it's actually kinda run down. But since they filmed close to Christmas, you could see the extremely cheap and cheesy decorations that the Mall puts up every year. Even in my hometown where there isn't a whole lot of money, the decorations in the mall and the town are a lot better than an old mall here in Pittsburgh.
Anyhoo, I did like Seth Rogen and Elizabeth Banks together- at first I thought they wouldn't mesh. Wow, she is beautiful. Wish I looked like her. I'd give the movie a 2 1/2 out of 5 stars. Oh, loved the Tracy Lords scene where you find out why her name is "Bubbles"!

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In Hell, 2003 starring Jean-Claude Van Damme....
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0339135/

Possibly Jean-Claude's finest movie ever. Gives Bloodsport a run for the money.

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quote:
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Possibly Jean-Claude's finest movie ever.

Agreed.

Just watched Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. One of the most beautiful looking films I ever did see [Razz] I liked it, nice and morbid [Smile]

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i have not seen sweeny todd yet but i will now alot of people that i know that saw it thought it was dumb they said it was more of a musical i will probably have to watch it without hubby if that is the case he hates musicals lol and i also never heard of the claude van dam movie so i will have to check that out too thanks for the info!! dee
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Over the weekend i watched The Condemned with former wrestler Steve Austin and Vinnie Jones,have to admit was alot better than i thought it would be just good old fashioned action and violence.
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I watched The Wrestler yesterday. So sad. I don't want to give anything away, but I did not walk away with a good feeling afterward. You guys who saw it before me were right- it was depressing in parts.
I also watched a cheesy Lifetime movie on Ondemand, (free movies on our digital cable) called Tribute, a Nora Roberts movie. I only wanted to see it cuz Jason Lewis was init [Smile] . Unfortunately Brittany Murphy was the star. Not only is she ugly, but she seemed to have had some sort of botox or something, plut she had her lips done with perhaps collagen or whatever it is these days that they inject into their bodies.
Can I ask anyone who watches these Lifetime movies, especially the Nora Roberts ones- is it a prerequisite to have either plastic surgery or botox plus the phony looking lip injections prior to filming? I remember that movie last year that Heather Locklear was in and her face looked horrible!

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I think Sweeney Todd would be a good movie were it not a musical. I've never cared for musicals.......
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i watched hannibal last night~"bowels in or bowels out" ? i still like silence of the lambs better though dee
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War Of The Worlds 2: The Next Wave. Directed by and starring C. Thomas Howell. This thing was soo bad, the acting terrible by all, yet I just couldn't turn it off [Razz]

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More terrible films I couldn't switch off, The Gingerdead Man 1 and 2.

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quote:
Originally posted by There'll be no morning for us:
More terrible films I couldn't switch off, The Gingerdead Man 1 and 2.

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Seen a whole slew of movies this week...


Bride Wars - meh
Role Models - Funny
Transporter 3 - freckly ginger bint ruined it
Star Trek - warp factor 10
Wolverine - Better than X3
Babylon AD - best of the bunch
Yes Man - Good to see Jim back on form
Punisher: War Zone - makes Tom Jane's version look epic
The Wrestler - not as good as I hoped but still not bad.


If you ever seen a one legged Noms then you've seen me [Cool]

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There'll be no morning for us,

You have got to be kidding right? It looks like something from a Saturday Night Live sketch... [Smile]

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quote:
Originally posted by There'll be no morning for us:
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Speaking of JCVD, JCVD is a great movie, excellent monologue by the man himself. Van Damme can actually act: who knew?

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we watched the movie saving lives with angelina jole and keiffer sutherland last night i thought it was a good movie great plot and great ending!! this morning i watched venom on sci-fi nice and bloody and tonight i am gonna watch joy ride 2 on sci-fi at 9;00 p.m.
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7/10

Not as good as the book, but movies rarely, if ever, are. I found this one to be quite entertaining.

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I just saw Star Trek (2009) and Angels & Demons...

Star Trek - 9/10
Angels & Demons - 8/10

You REALLY need to see Star Trek in an IMAX theater if possible. It's incredible.


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Loved it!

8/10

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Same as jdoc...saw Star Trek twice (not in IMAX), and just got back from Angels and Demons...really liked this as well....
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88 Minutes
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I was a little let down by 88 Minutes (picked out the villain in first 10 minutes lol) petty what did you think?
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