Last Movie You've Seen

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  1. watermelonsoup

    watermelonsoup las mujeres vampiro

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    The Box

    I thought I'd give it a chance despite all the naysayers, suffice it to say it was a big let down.
     
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    More films i've seen..sorry me a movie nut:

    Ronin
    Sudden Impact
    Lost In Space
     
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    Alice in Wonderland.
     
  4. Ravr

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    the blind side

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    The Hurt Locker

    Chill movie
     
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    First Blood
    48 hours
    Eraser

    went for old movies recently
     
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    Alice in Wonderland in 3D
     
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    I'm watching Jurassic Park! **** yeah!
     
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    Just watched all 3 the other day haha, classics.
     
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    Dr. Strangelove, an all time classic. Everytime I watch that movie I can`t help but be amazed and horrified at the same time. Oh and we all know that the end is the best part of the movie.
     
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    The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest - 8½/10

    You know, whenever a trilogy ends, I tend to go all retrospective about it. And with this series, it's a very bad thing. You see, the first film is so very stand-alone. A hundred minutes of it is spent solving a mystery that is meaningless to the real story of this trilogy. The second part is more like a really drawn out and confusing set-up for the final act. That's why it surprised me that this final part is actually really, really good. It's not a 2½ hour long CSI-episode or the aftermath of one, instead it's like Robert Rodriguez once said "The late second acts in movies are usually the most predictable and the most boring, that's where the good guy really turns out to be the bad guy, and the bad guy is really good, and the couple becomes friends. Suddenly, though, in the third act, all bets are off and it's a whole new story anyway." This is the third act, and it feels like a whole new story. The conspiracy that was so choppy and messy in the second movie is now in tip-top shape and this is by far one of the most emotionally satisfying trilogy finishers I've seen. Seeing karma commence in the form of biting people in the ass is just such hilariously satisfying stuff I couldn't help but chuckle as all the events unfolded. I also love the final scene, which is essentially the opposite of any Hollywood-ending ever, a scene so mundane you'd never expect it to be the last one. But yeah, this is a very solid thriller/courtroom drama/conspiracy movie, and to me an immediate genre favourite at that.

    Defendor - 9/10

    So this is what Kick-Ass (the comic) would be like if it abandoned it's fantasy angle and replaced the teenage hero with an adult one. It's a very good film, and rather similar to one of my favourites from last year, Observe and Report in the sense that we are rooting for a mentally handicapped "hero", or hoping for him to be thrown into a sanitarium. I just think that films like this are bottomlessly interesting ways to explore our modern society. A lot of the people who are going to see this will root for these very sick and twisted fantasies because they're doing good things to this world but disregard the aspect of disturbed thought that has gone into them. It's a good picture because it's a new kind of picture; it pushes the audiences to extremeties and provokes thought in the process. If you get really entertained by this, take a long and hard look in the mirror. If you don't, great, you got it. But as a constructed vehicle to create these questions and thoughts it's an extremely good creation.
     
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    Zohair Formerly zohBOT

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    Cash - Good film, can be a good time killer.
     
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    Psvertjuh NotYourMonkeyNotYourRobot

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    The Green Mile, stays an awesome movie ..
    Gonna watch The Road tonight, seems like a great movie aswell :)
     
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    just saw spartacus (1960) its an amazing movie, seriously one of the best i've seen. another masterpiece from kubrick
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    The Warriors
     

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