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Film of The Moment.

Unread postby Heart » 21st December, 2007, 2:18 am

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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby boris yeltsin » 21st December, 2007, 2:28 am

I saw I Am Legend a few days ago, I thought it was alright. I didn't much care for the ending.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby malefic » 21st December, 2007, 2:29 am

I am seeing NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN this weekend and i'm fucking stoked because i love the coen brothers, and it's been pretty much the best-received movie of the year (critically). i would have seen it ages ago, but ottawa is a horrible city and most real movies (i.e. not Transformers) don't open for weeks after the release date in such normal places as Toronto, Montreal, and the entire USA, and then when it finally did open, all my friends were cunting about exams and wouldn't spare 2 hours to see a really good movie. fuckers.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby lostpainting » 21st December, 2007, 2:30 am

I'm seeing Sweeney Todd tomorrow. It's one of my favorite musicals, so it had better be good.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby Quirky Harlequin » 21st December, 2007, 2:56 am

malefic wrote:I am seeing NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN this weekend and i'm fucking stoked because i love the coen brothers, and it's been pretty much the best-received movie of the year (critically). i would have seen it ages ago, but ottawa is a horrible city and most real movies (i.e. not Transformers) don't open for weeks after the release date in such normal places as Toronto, Montreal, and the entire USA, and then when it finally did open, all my friends were cunting about exams and wouldn't spare 2 hours to see a really good movie. fuckers.


It was an incredibly well done, amazing film, and the book was even better.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby DannyBoy » 21st December, 2007, 6:39 am

Last film i saw was August Rush and it was amazing it made me cry at the end, i felt like such a fag lol.
I really wanna go see St.Trinians, i think it starts in my cinemas today:)
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby kenny81 » 21st December, 2007, 3:13 pm

I Am Legend - quite ok
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby Quirky Harlequin » 21st December, 2007, 7:58 pm

kenny81 wrote:I Am Legend - quite ok


Your avatar is quite ok!
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby Poweron » 21st December, 2007, 11:39 pm

Hot Fuzz. I know its not too new, but I didn't get around to watch it till a few weeks ago. Fucking hilarious.

I can't wait to see Sweeney Todd. It seems pretty cool from what little I have heard about the original Broadway musical.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby Emeritus » 22nd December, 2007, 7:58 am

Quirky Harlequin wrote:
malefic wrote:I am seeing NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN this weekend and i'm fucking stoked because i love the coen brothers, and it's been pretty much the best-received movie of the year (critically). i would have seen it ages ago, but ottawa is a horrible city and most real movies (i.e. not Transformers) don't open for weeks after the release date in such normal places as Toronto, Montreal, and the entire USA, and then when it finally did open, all my friends were cunting about exams and wouldn't spare 2 hours to see a really good movie. fuckers.


It was an incredibly well done, amazing film, and the book was even better.

I saw that with you (and Zach :unf: ). And I second the recommendation. "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" is intense, too.

The next movie I want to see is "Juno."
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Unread postby yowsa » 22nd December, 2007, 3:17 pm

Sweeney Todd!!!

It was absolutely amazing.


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Unread postby martin_hockey » 22nd December, 2007, 5:09 pm

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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby ady » 22nd December, 2007, 5:51 pm

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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby infidel » 22nd December, 2007, 6:27 pm

I recently saw Into The Wild which is directed by Sean Penn and stars Emile Hirsch. It was shot pretty well I thought and I think Emile Hirsch is kinda cute. It's a good book if you haven't read it.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby Quirky Harlequin » 22nd December, 2007, 7:05 pm

infidel wrote:I recently saw Into The Wild which is directed by Sean Penn and stars Emile Hirsch. It was shot pretty well I thought and I think Emile Hirsch is kinda cute. It's a good book if you haven't read it.
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That was very well received, but I missed it during its run in theaters. Now I have to wait.

I just saw I Am Legend, The Bourne Ultimatum, Superbad, and Blades of Glory. Blades of Glory and Superbad were both exceptional, The Bourne Ultimatum was mediocre, and I Am Legend was mostly shallow fun.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby luvboys » 22nd December, 2007, 8:53 pm

I Am Legend was FANTASTIC. I love films with similar premise. Will Smith did a great job.

Transformers was really good; Shiah Leboeuf is dreamy and the movie overall was very enjoyable.

Perfect Stranger had a great twist I didn't see coming. I know it's not exactly brand spanky new, but it was still really interesting.

Live Free or Die Hard was probably the best action movie since True Lies. It was FANTASTIC. Bruce Willis was born for that role and the stunts are CRAZY. Justin Long is sooooooo cute and nerdy in the movie too.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby infidel » 22nd December, 2007, 9:03 pm

I'd like to have my way with Shia Labeouf. :naughty:
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby wontdriveachevy » 22nd December, 2007, 9:32 pm

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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby TheStig » 22nd December, 2007, 9:40 pm

Poweron wrote:Hot Fuzz. I know its not too new, but I didn't get around to watch it till a few weeks ago. Fucking hilarious.

I can't wait to see Sweeney Todd. It seems pretty cool from what little I have heard about the original Broadway musical.


That is probably one of the top 3 most hilarious movies i've seen in my life, yet nobody realized it was any good while in theaters, I had to convince people it would be worth seeing to get them to come.
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Re: Film of The Moment.

Unread postby Justingetsacookie » 22nd December, 2007, 11:30 pm

ady wrote:The Golden Compass




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haha you shouldve seen me ranting and raving after the ending at the movies


it was funny


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