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Old 18-10-2005, 02:47 PM   First Class Member KKWiki Contributer Senior Registered Member #201
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I think it's supposed to be coming on cable soon. I've seen ads for it, but haven't really paid attention to when it's going to be playing.
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Old 19-10-2005, 07:06 AM   Senior Registered Member #202
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Isn't that the movie where everyone supposedly cheers when Hilton dies?
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Old 19-10-2005, 07:22 AM   Officer #203
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I've seen quite many over the summer but i cant remember wich ones. Me and my sister started watching House of Wax. after 30-40 minutes it got too scary. After a few days we continued watching it, it got too disgusting. I want to finish watching it but the only way I will be able to do it is to know if there will be any surviors in the end. Does anyone know? I wont and I cant watch it otherwise.
I saw a bootleg version a while ago. I think 2-3 people survive.


I finally saw Crash. This will be up for Best Picture next year.
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I saw a bootleg version a while ago. I think 2-3 people survive.
That was more than I thought. Thanks. I have to wait until my sister gets here, if I watch it myself I might get a heart attack. Not seriously but I will get night mares.
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Old 19-10-2005, 10:07 PM   Senior Registered Member #205
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I watched Hostage. It was like Die Hard kinda, but Die Hard was better. Ben Foster was creepy... I mean, really creepy.
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Old 19-10-2005, 11:39 PM   Officer #206
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I watched Hostage. It was like Die Hard kinda, but Die Hard was better. Ben Foster was creepy... I mean, really creepy.
Hah, I know. I always look at Ben as that geeky blonde haired kid on Flash Forward. Hostage was an awesome movie by the way.
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Old 20-10-2005, 02:08 AM   Senior Registered Member #207
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In the past 48 hours I've done a bunch of movie watching. I will now list the films.

Star Wars IV
Star Wars V
Star Wars VI

This was actually the first time I saw these films. (I know, I know, it's blasphemy) But I really understand why people praise these films over the new ones. If you look at the original trilogy, not too much happens in each of the films. They mostly talk about all the surrounding events. Which is perfect because it actually leaves room for character development. The newer Star Wars are more just like lectures, where you sit for three hours and they cram you with galactic names and facts and bad dialoge.
Then I watched:
Young Frankenstein
The Usual Suspects


All great films.
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Old 20-10-2005, 06:54 AM   Senior Registered Member #208
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Batman Begins I liked it a lot. That and the first are the best Batman movies in my opinion. This one had a different feel to it that I just loved. Poor Katie Holmes.
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Old 21-10-2005, 05:29 PM   Senior Registered Member #209
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The past two weeks I watched I Never Sang For My Father with Gene Hackman, Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter with Herman's Hermits, The Country Girl with Grace Kelly, Swing Time with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, Waterloo Bridge with Viven Leigh, The Incredible Shrinking Man with Jack Arnold, Tom Thumb with Russ Tamblyn, Tom, Dick, And Harry with Ginger Rogers and a young Burgess Meredith, and Young Tom Edison with Mickey Rooney.

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Kung Fu Hustle (2004) It is hilariously absurd. And funny too. I had a great time.

The Amityville Horror (2005) It occured to me about half way into this picture that this remake makes the mediocre original seem like a masterpiece. It was that bad. First off, the whole "child ghost thing" needs to go... fast. It's overused and frankly not scary at all. The entire movie is practically filled with bad clich├ęs, one after another, like probably most of the other horrible "horror" films that has come out this past year. Usually when I watch a remake I often make comparisons with the original. There were many that were different and also many that were the same, but done worse. They clearly went for the modernistic approach to everything in this film. It doesn't even look like it takes place in the 70s... it said one year later, did it not? Oh, and not once do we hear that creepy music the original had. I was looking forward to it. I was disappointed.

The entire film as a whole just doesn't work, however, it does have its moments. During the ending, Kathy and George with the kids all escape on the speedboat with us looking at the town across the bay. It was nice sense of relief... yeah, relieved that the film was over! Oh shit, I can't seem to remember the rest.
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Old 21-10-2005, 05:39 PM   KKWiki Contributer Senior Registered Member #210
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I watched "The Killing Fields" today.
It was Great, I really enjoyed it.
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The Peacemaker. Great movie.
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Old 21-10-2005, 09:09 PM   Senior Registered Member #212
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History of the World Part I: Mel Brooks is a very funny man. I really enjoyed this one, it seemed he was going for more of a sexually-based joke theme. Some of the parts were dead-endish. Didn't care too much for the musical numbers, even though I understand the humor in them. I like Blazing Saddles better.

Murder by Numbers: Meh. It was less interesting than any other forensic film, but more interesting than a forensic movie you might find on the Lifetime channel. I guess it was worth watching.
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Old 22-10-2005, 05:38 PM   Senior Registered Member #213
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Buffalo '66

Which was awesome.
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Yesterday I watched Maid In Manhattan and Enough.
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Old 23-10-2005, 06:47 PM   Senior Registered Member #215
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Batman Begins
Fingersmith
Crash


and Veronic Mars Season 1 box set
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Taylor and I watched Herbie-Fully Loaded Saturday night. Wow. What a pile of utter nonsense. I could get my mind around the car being "alive"...but not the whole NASCAR angle. *shakes head*
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The original Herbie films are ace, the new one looks rubbish, they've given it to much of a "disney" effect to it (yes i know the originals were disney, but thats not my point)

I just pray they havn't ruined it completley by making the car talk.
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Old 24-10-2005, 07:01 PM   First Class Member KKWiki Contributer Senior Registered Member #218
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The car doesn't talk. Sadly, the same can't be said for Lindsey Lohan.
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heh, good good

yeah thats the other reason for not wanting to see it
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The Color of Paradise it's an Iranian film. Good film, lovely scenery even though the movie is about a blind boy. I loved the cinematography. I'd watch it again.
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