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Alex In Wonderland
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quote:
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Alex--Check on Amazon.com for "That Was Then, This is Now." I've never seen it. I read the book, and it was great. I'd like to see the movie someday.

Ok, so I watched "The Fog" Saturday night. The remake. It was okay. The original was much, much better.

The horror remakes have tended to be fairly disappointing on the whole - The Omen wasn't much good either and I seem to remember The Hills Have Eyes actually being scary first time round.

That Was Then... This Is Now is alomst impossible to find. I am hoping that I will run into someone who has it on VHS and I can make a copy of it. I remember seeing it on TV about 12 years ago (for some reason the sequence where they are on the school bus talking sticks in my mind). I want it for completion's sake more than anything else.

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OK - updates....

Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy - seen it before, but always worth a return visit.

Team America: World Police. Chortle.....

And just a while ago with the kiddies: Lady And The Tramp.

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quote:
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Originally posted by pettyfan:
Alex--Check on Amazon.com for "That Was Then, This is Now." I've never seen it. I read the book, and it was great. I'd like to see the movie someday.

Ok, so I watched "The Fog" Saturday night. The remake. It was okay. The original was much, much better.

The horror remakes have tended to be fairly disappointing on the whole - The Omen wasn't much good either and I seem to remember The Hills Have Eyes actually being scary first time round.

That Was Then... This Is Now is alomst impossible to find. I am hoping that I will run into someone who has it on VHS and I can make a copy of it. I remember seeing it on TV about 12 years ago (for some reason the sequence where they are on the school bus talking sticks in my mind). I want it for completion's sake more than anything else.

Alex... wanna try eBay?
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quote:
Originally posted by P.S It's Paul...:
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Originally posted by Alex In Wonderland:
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Originally posted by pettyfan:
Alex--Check on Amazon.com for "That Was Then, This is Now." I've never seen it. I read the book, and it was great. I'd like to see the movie someday.

Ok, so I watched "The Fog" Saturday night. The remake. It was okay. The original was much, much better.

The horror remakes have tended to be fairly disappointing on the whole - The Omen wasn't much good either and I seem to remember The Hills Have Eyes actually being scary first time round.

That Was Then... This Is Now is alomst impossible to find. I am hoping that I will run into someone who has it on VHS and I can make a copy of it. I remember seeing it on TV about 12 years ago (for some reason the sequence where they are on the school bus talking sticks in my mind). I want it for completion's sake more than anything else.

Alex... wanna try eBay?
Cheers Paul - all I need to do now is outbid the bugger...!
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Yay! I got it! and a steal at £3.49 including postage AND it was still in a sealed box! I have to say I don't remember Morgan Freeman being in it though.
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watched "V for vendetta" tonight. Takes some getting into, and I can imagine the USA public not wanting to wait but if you are british it is well worth waiting for. A great hero, and a subtle yet devastating storyline. 7.5/10
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quote:
Originally posted by Alex In Wonderland:
Yay! I got it! and a steal at £3.49 including postage AND it was still in a sealed box! I have to say I don't remember Morgan Freeman being in it though.

Cool!
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Inside Man and Brick. Inside Man was good. Brick was too long and drawn out- they should have shortened it by about 45 minutes and the dialogue is hard to follow; it was supposed to be like an old film noir. I think the copy that I rented sucked, cuz when the actors were speaking it sounded kinda mumbled, so I had to watch the whole movie with closed captioning.
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I saw My Super ex-Girlfriend...and ummm I got bored [Eek!]  -

I also saw Monters House...that one was ok! I had a good time!

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AUTHOR! AUTHOR! LAST NIGHT. ON DVD NO LESS.
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I just watched the Lost Boys last night on bravo network.
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A Clockwork Orange! [Big Grin]
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Brick on DVD. I was suprised at how really good it was.......
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Some Kind of Wonderful DVD, near the end right now.

A friend of mine loves these kind of movies and her opinion of me went sky high when she found out I had Pretty In Pink on DVD, there's a heap of John Hughes films she hasn't seen that I have on DVD so she's in for some real treats, the one I'm watching right now will be the first she sees [Smile]

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Got Heathers last night, and I am still surprised at how good Christian Slater is in that film (and in Pump Up The Volume too). If only he'd kept going like that!
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V for Vendetta. It was awesome!
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Beverly Hill Cop, I am watching it right now!
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In the last week:

Garfield and Garfield 2. Kids choices - so don't flame me. Actually, the first one's not so bad - better than I thought it would be. Don't fet me started on number 2, however....

Miss Congeniality 2. Didn't really work for me. The Shatner's cool, however.

Hitchhilers Guide - again. This time with friends that hadn't seen it before - they liked it.

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