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    They could make money off of any movie if they simply named it Pirate Wereworlf Alien Cheeleader Assassin
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    dont forget zombie space marine sniper
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    Thought I'd add my 2 cents:

    Saw someone mentioned 21 grams, by the same chap, amores perros is a great movie too. Which also got me thinking of City of God, friggin awesome movie. You don't notice subtitles after 5 mins of wathcing a good movie which has them, providing you can read of course.

    And didn't someone say they hadn't watched the usual suspects, I would pay good money to have my memory of that movie removed so I could watch it agian.

    And best stupid boys cheesey action movie ever - Bit Trouble in Little China!!!!
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    George Romero got a new movie coming out: Survival of the Dead... Zombieland obviously and Adventureland by the guy who made Superbad. All in theaters right now or coming up.

    I went to a double feature of Bad Lieutenant - the original and the new Herzog Movie. The original started at midnight and I had to get up early the next day, so I skipped the new one. If they aren't going to show it again outside of the Vienale I'll be pissed.

    If you got film festivals around you - browse through their program... they feature loads of crap, but for the couple of really good ones that you might not ever get to see on a big screen again, it's worth it.
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    Please watch Fantastic Mr. Fox. You can even take the kids. So money.
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    anyone seen The Road yet? I really wanna see this.
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    So I've been meaning to watch that movie "Evil," that wufwugy keeps blabbering about.

    ...pretty fucking good. I second wufwugy's recommendation.
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    Mad, mad respect for my boy boog. He passes the test, unlike the rest of you clownshoes (excluding mcat for watching Celebration). It is 100% impossible for me to like non-awesome movies. All I can say

    I'm a little spaced right now, but I'll think up another recommendation that cannot fail

    And it shouldn't have been called Evil. It should have been called 'Erik Ponti pwns the shit out of everything'
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    I watched a few good movies over the Christmas holiday. By far the best was "Central Station," a Brazilian movie about a boy who loses his mother in a traffic accident and a cranky old spinster who reluctantly agrees to help him look for his father after she sees that he won't make it on his own. The dialog and the development of their relationship during their journey are just fantastic, with none of the clumsy, predictable plot twists that you'd expect from such a common storyline. I'm sure this is going to be one of those movies I'll watch again and again.

    I also watched "Eat Drink Man Woman" which had been on my list for awhile but I finally got around to it. It's hard to summarize its plot in a couple sentences, as it consists of loosely related short scenes involving a Taiwanese father and his three daughters. The style was great, especially the cinematography which was beautiful. Watching it made me feel a little happier to be alive. I'm definitely going to look into some more movies from Taiwan.

    The other good movie I saw was "The Third Man," a post-WW2 thriller with a ton of awesome and unpredictable plot twists.
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    I think I may have seen Central Station. If it's the one I'm thinking of it was good. The thing is that I watched highly regarded, obscure movies about 3x a week for over two years, and I've forgotten many of them. I do remember some from Central Station though

    Mcat, you may like films by Kar Wai Wong. I don't, but that's not because he's not a good director, I just don't particularly care for his storytelling methods. He is a very talented director, though, and others find that they very much enjoy his storytelling. One thing I remember about him is that he does extremely interesting camera work. Most of the time I found it annoying, but some of the time it was absolutely brilliant.

    I personally have a difficult time with Asian cinema since I have difficulty telling the actors apart. I guess that's part of why my favorite Asian films are the ones with very few actors like Dersu Uzala, Spring Summer Fall Winter and Spring, and 3 Iron; or ones with very recognizable actors that stand out like Mifune or Nakadai in just about anything (Miyamoto Musashi, Seppuku, Ran, Sword of Doom, etc)

    Speaking of not liking directors even though they're talented. David Lynch probably takes the cake for me. I don't like any of his movies except for one, which I love. Straight Story, but that's because it was the only one where he actually didn't do all his weird stuff that makes me dislike all of his other films in the first place. The guy is a superb director, but man I cannot even sit through any of his films other than SS. You couldn't even tell SS was directed by him though because it's just so different, and, uh, normal.
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    Saw Avatar tn, enjoyed myself, plot was as expected... same Hero With a Thousand Faces story, but the overall message and everything was cool. Nothing too creative but had a good night!
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    I just watched Swimming With Sharks. What a great movie. Kevin Spacey was A++ in it.
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    28 Days Later was overrated.
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    Avatar was alright. Not 2nd best selling movie of all time (or 1st?) good, but it was still pretty cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKDS
    Avatar was alright. Not 2nd best selling movie of all time (or 1st?) good, but it was still pretty cool.
    Well titanic isnt really that great of a movie either.. when a really good movie ends up being a blockbuster its somewhat of a fluke. Blockbusters are blockbusters because they have such broad appeal and they dont turn anyone off (this is why animated "kids" movies do so well.) And its pretty hard to make an amazing movie that manages to please everyone..
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    Quote Originally Posted by BooG690
    28 Days Later was overrated.
    psshh.. stop drinking the haterade.
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    http://www.traileraddict.com/trailer/the-a-team/trailer

    o/u on possibility of epic proportions of awesomeness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by frosst
    http://www.traileraddict.com/trailer/the-a-team/trailer

    o/u on possibility of epic proportions of awesomeness?
    The tank in mid-air was a bit much...but it's still probably gonna be sick.

    Mr. T cameo is guaranteed.
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    trailer was awesome, thought it was over. THEN THE AIRPLANE BLEW UP, THE TANK PARACHUTED, AND THE FACE SHOT DOWN A JET FIGHTER WITH THE TURRET MOUNTED 50 CAL!)!$(!&#!!!!!!#!(*$&!

    HOLY SHIT THIS MOVIE IS GOING TO BE BEYOND AWESOME.
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    Sherlock Holmes
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    From Dusk Till Dawn - if you havn't seen it yet, download it.. dont watch a trailer cus there is major spoilers and dont read about it.. just watch it.

    George Clooney, Quentin Tarantino at their best

    And an awesome strip/dance scene with Salma Hayek
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    Ban Zwift.

    LOL JK
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    Quote Originally Posted by BooG690
    Quote Originally Posted by ZwiFT
    From Dusk Till Dawn - if you havn't seen it yet, download it.. dont watch a trailer cus there is major spoilers and dont read about it.. just watch it.

    edit for zwift

    George Clooney, Quentin Tarantino at their best

    And an awesome strip/dance scene with Salma Hayek
    Umm...the simple act of TELLING me there's a twist is big enough of a spoiler imo. Now I'm going to be looking out for the twist.
    this

    and there should be no spoiler warning either because that just tells everyone that there is something to be spoiled.
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    I've edited my post, please do the same. But i have to keep in the trailer spoiler alert cus everyone watches trailer or read about a movie before watching them =9
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    Woody Harrelson is awesome.

    I can't wait to see Defendor
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    This thread is great. Watching: I hope they serve beer in Hell. Funny stuff.
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    Reviews/Thoughts/Must-sees from the following:

    Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
    Lost in Translation
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    Memento
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    Road to Perdition
    The Man Who Wasn't There
    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
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    I loved Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind. If you smoke pot, I suggest some beforehand. If not, still a great movie. Long Island ITM.
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    burn after reading was pretty good. not sure i would have ever watched it, but got it in one of those white elephant christmas things a few years ago.
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    A few of my favorites, some old some new.

    The Killing Room
    City of God
    Shottas
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    American Gangster
    Apocalypto
    Book of Eli
    Che
    Day Watch
    District 9
    Easy Rider
    Formula 51
    Inglorious Bastards
    I Am Legend
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    Law Abiding Citizen
    Menace 2 Society
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigspenda73
    Must-sees from the following:


    Memento
    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
    Adaptation
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    Up In The Air is quite good. Not 100 oskar nominations worthy... idk what they were thinking. but a good movie.

    Re-watched A History Of Violence and Eastern Promises while waiting for the next Cronenberg film.
    It has been way too long :'(
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    In Bruges was surprisingly good.
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    Request: More pot movies

    Land of the Lost was amazing when smoking pot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigspenda73
    Lost in Translation

    Excellent movie. I watched this quite a few times. Might not be everyone's cup of tea though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Sawyer
    Quote Originally Posted by bigspenda73
    Lost in Translation

    Excellent movie. I watched this quite a few times. Might not be everyone's cup of tea though.
    i've had the dvd sitting on my shelf unopened for ~2 years. every time i think i want to watch it, something else catches my eye.
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    I want to see book of eli, but Im pretty sure I wont find anyone to go with me.

    I just wish I had a friend that shared my love for post apocalyptic movies..
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    eternal sunshine one of my favs
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    not sure if it's been mentioned already but being john malkovich is a good one too, high or sober
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    Quote Originally Posted by boost
    I want to see book of eli, but Im pretty sure I wont find anyone to go with me.

    I just wish I had a friend that shared my love for post apocalyptic movies..
    get new friends. my wife loves those kind of movies, and zombies, obv.
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    Roadhouse kicks a whole lotta ass.
    So you click their picture and then you get their money?
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    wow, book of eli was a hudge letdown. The more I see of denzel washington, the less I like him. Im really glad I just downloaded that shit and didnt go pay to see it. Theres absolutely zero character development in that movie, and the fictional world they created wasnt believable/impressive enough to carry the movie. I mean, it wasnt street kings bad, but it was def a let down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingnat
    Roadhouse kicks a whole lotta ass.
    ldo

    I have Role Models, Love Guru, Zombieland and Dark Knight (ive seen it obv) and Eternal Sunshine all dl'd and ready to go.
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    god Role Models was so funny. Is Zombieland supposed to actually be good? it looks so bad/cheesy in the trailers.
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    bad/cheesy is part of the humor and pretty much the gist of the genre. I liked it. Have you seen Sean of the Dead?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bode View Post
    god Role Models was so funny. Is Zombieland supposed to actually be good? it looks so bad/cheesy in the trailers.
    It's a great movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bode View Post
    god Role Models was so funny. Is Zombieland supposed to actually be good? it looks so bad/cheesy in the trailers.
    you do understand that its a comedy, right?


    in other news, I have recruited a few friends to smoke a lot of weed and then go see alice in wonderland in imax. I am really excited.
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    Zombieland was pretty awesome
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    I actually found Zombieland to be a huge let down. As far as joke Zombie movies go Shaun of the Dead was much more funny.
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    So I got some time to catch up on movies today.

    Hurt Locker was amazing. In all ways.
    Fantastic Mr. Fox was amazing. Voice acting was really good and the movie was just warm and enjoyable.
    The Invention of Lying was high concept but not that good. Despite his amazing stand up, it kind of made me like Ricky Gervais a little less.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IowaSkinsFan View Post
    I actually found Zombieland to be a huge let down. As far as joke Zombie movies go Shaun of the Dead was much more funny.
    I liked shaun of the dead, but it just doesnt compare to zombieland for me.

    Shaun was more slapstick humor, while zombieland was humor based on badassery, similar to pulp fiction.
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    Saw Army of Darkness for the first time last night and man, that movie was miles behind Evil Dead 2 and the original
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    Two very good movies from my part of the world(Argentina) are:

    1- "Nueve Reinas"
    2- "El Secreto de sus Ojos"

    BTW, theres a remake of "Nueve Reinas" called "Criminal" if any of you has already seen it. Id like to hear what you think of these movies. They are really good IMO.
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    I just watched The Hurt Locker, and was extremely disappointed. I suppose its well acted, but it just has no story. It's one of the most frustrating movies I've ever watched because the whole time I was trying to figure out what it was about.
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    You're wrong, it was an awesome movie. That's basically all they do. There are bombs everywhere and those are the mofos that go out and disarm them. No story needed to depict the lives of these guys. Everyday someone finds a bomb and everyday they go and disarm it.
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    renton shared his views with me on this movie and it makes me want to watch it now.. but because I dont trust his opinion, but because everyone else seems to disagree so I wanna see whats up.
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    I loved Hurt Locker but from what I understand the realism is fucking awful
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    i thought that this was going to be on poker movies

    just saw a poker movie on cable
    new with burt reynolds
    noit very good
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    When it comes to poker movies you have two choices - Rounders or Cincinnati Kid
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deanglow View Post
    I loved Hurt Locker but from what I understand the realism is fucking awful
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    Quote Originally Posted by IowaSkinsFan View Post
    I actually found Zombieland to be a huge let down. As far as joke Zombie movies go Shaun of the Dead was much more funny.
    You have to be kidding me. One of the best cameos of all time. It was such a fun watch while drinking beers with a few buddies. My roommate bought it on DVD and I think we've watched it 5-6 times since.

    In other news, I saw Shutter Island. Cinematography was great, movie was pretty good for the first 90 minutes.
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    LOL Shutter Island. Good for maybe the first 45 minutes.
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    Shutter Island I thought was alright. I thought the punchline was unraveled with good pacing and credibility and the acting and directing were top notch ldo
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    Downloaded and watched Cinci Kid. Not a poker movie. They were playing Stud.
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    Alice in Wonderland is epic bad, even when watched using StonerVision. Definitely don't recommend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dranger7070 View Post
    Alice in Wonderland is epic bad, even when watched using StonerVision. Definitely don't recommend.
    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!



    This has got to be the most anticipated film of 2010... too bad the FTR reviews are currently at 0-1
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    Quote Originally Posted by dranger7070 View Post
    Alice in Wonderland is epic bad, even when watched using StonerVision. Definitely don't recommend.
    That sucks, I've been looking forward to this one.
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    I know, sorry guys. I was really excited to go see it, but it bores you to tears (or sleep in the people in front of me's case). I really expected a lot more from Tim Burton, but what can you do. Jonny Depp was excellent but thats kind of a given.
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    youre a pretty big retard dranger, so Im probably gonna get high as well and pay 20$ to see it in imax anyways.
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    Haha agreed. Hope you have more fun with it than I did.

    Just watched Flight of the Valkyrie last night for the first time. It's been out for a while, but DAMN is it a good movie. Probably my favorite Tom Cruise movie after Cocktail obv. If you haven't seen it yet, go out and watch it.
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    I downloaded and watched "Precious" and I really enjoyed it.

    Its a story about Lenny Kravitz and Mariah Carey helping an abused fatass black girl from Harlem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dranger7070 View Post
    Haha agreed. Hope you have more fun with it than I did.

    Just watched Flight of the Valkyrie last night for the first time. It's been out for a while, but DAMN is it a good movie. Probably my favorite Tom Cruise movie after Cocktail obv. If you haven't seen it yet, go out and watch it.
    isnt the movie simply titled "Valkyrie"? The movie where cruise plays a nazi?

    I remember being pretty disappointed with this movie. Cruises best film is by far mission impossible, with second place being a tie between tropic thunder and top gun.

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