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    Quote Originally Posted by tim290280 View Post
    There was more than just the 2001 - A Space Odessy rip offs too. Just about any of those "protect our privacy" films was stolen heavily from too. You can understand since that was a central theme, but to specifically steal scenes was a bit rich.
    Well, yeah. Lots was stolen from. The whole super-innovative "I know what's best for man" computer was pretty cringe worthy though.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Line View Post
    Well, yeah. Lots was stolen from. The whole super-innovative "I know what's best for man" computer was pretty cringe worthy though.
    Having watched Logan's Run just before this and having Asimov clearly in mind it was interesting to see the different takes on the same arguments Asimov discussed with I, Robot. In the climatic interrogation scene in Logan's Run I had the Asimov scene in mind "You lie to not hurt me, but your lies hurt me more. When you lie you hurt, when you don't lie you hurt....."

    Something of this order, that overriding sense of human judgement and emotion, could be a good edition to any sci-fi. Kill the supposed greatness of the artifical intelligence with an argument that can't be won.


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    Synecdoche New York - this was a strange ride. i need to see it one more time before i can say much about it. but it was raw yet complicated and surreal. dark yet beautiful. but i dont know if i actually liked it or not.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tim290280 View Post
    Kung Fu Hustle

    Never get tired of this farcical martial arts flick. Part satire, part chop-socky, part madness and cartoon. ALL GOOD.
    Such a fun and awesome movie. Really creative choreography and genuinely entertaining action.


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    ^^ That's the one!!

    Just Buried
    Hilarious, if somewhat exhausted plot. Rose Byrne is once again superb. Expect her to be a force in cinema soon.




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    Imma take the piss out of line. here is my 5 minute review of the last movie i saw... *(yes a kids movie lol) Suprise butt sex?

    Up a movie about losing your inhibition,realising and making new dreams and unlocking the inner adventurer. The film begins with a short animation unrelated
    to this delightful movie, (which pixar is famous for) which still manages to set the theme well and relax you for the laughter that is to follow. The jokes, not hard to comprehend with a childlike simplicity and a generation crossing charm, delve into your heart to unlock your own inner child and set the appropiate mood for the film to follow.

    The film itself, does what it sets out to do, with an odd couple pairing coming together to eventually get the most out of
    each other, confronting themes that are common in this genre with not so common great effect, with plenty of laughs along the way.
    Elderly Carl, after the untimely death of his partner Ellie, sets out to achieve a childs plan that was lost with the harrows of life. Attaching his life's work to his house(helium balloons) he sets out to fly his house to South America to land his house on falls. This is only after breaking away from elderly routine and normality and attracting an unwanted stowaway (Russel) in the process! Russel and Carl go on
    a journey of self discovery with the initial reluctant Carl warming to Russel when he sees the reflection of his own
    inner child within him. The film contains the usual plot twists and hinderances to the desired finish but does so with
    humour at regular intervals giving the film no dull spots.

    The animation aspect is well backed by a fitting sound score emotive and stimulating bolstering the adventure perfectly evident in one of the funniest short animated fight sequences in film.

    Up is a funny movie, and a deep movie, covering themes of death,loss,materialism,friendship,regret,new begginings in a
    beautiful package that everyone of all ages can enjoy. Did I mention the film has a lot of dogs? I will finish with
    discovering your dreams is as easy as looking "Up". 8.5 out of 10




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    Quote Originally Posted by Pickle View Post
    Imma take the piss out of line. here is my 5 minute review of the last movie i saw... *(yes a kids movie lol) Suprise butt sex?

    Up a movie about losing your inhibition,realising and making new dreams and unlocking the inner adventurer. The film begins with a short animation unrelated
    to this delightful movie, (which pixar is famous for) which still manages to set the theme well and relax you for the laughter that is to follow. The jokes, not hard to comprehend with a childlike simplicity and a generation crossing charm, delve into your heart to unlock your own inner child and set the appropiate mood for the film to follow.

    The film itself, does what it sets out to do, with an odd couple pairing coming together to eventually get the most out of
    each other, confronting themes that are common in this genre with not so common great effect, with plenty of laughs along the way.
    Elderly Carl, after the untimely death of his partner Ellie, sets out to achieve a childs plan that was lost with the harrows of life. Attaching his life's work to his house(helium balloons) he sets out to fly his house to South America to land his house on falls. This is only after breaking away from elderly routine and normality and attracting an unwanted stowaway (Russel) in the process! Russel and Carl go on
    a journey of self discovery with the initial reluctant Carl warming to Russel when he sees the reflection of his own
    inner child within him. The film contains the usual plot twists and hinderances to the desired finish but does so with
    humour at regular intervals giving the film no dull spots.

    The animation aspect is well backed by a fitting sound score emotive and stimulating bolstering the adventure perfectly evident in one of the funniest short animated fight sequences in film.

    Up is a funny movie, and a deep movie, covering themes of death,loss,materialism,friendship,regret,new begginings in a
    beautiful package that everyone of all ages can enjoy. Did I mention the film has a lot of dogs? I will finish with
    discovering your dreams is as easy as looking "Up". 8.5 out of 10
    Line's reviews are still better. But then again he is a pro.




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    Quote Originally Posted by tim290280 View Post
    Line's reviews are still better. But then again he is a pro.
    mine was a tribute to his spare time. obviously i could of made mine grammatically more correct and beefed up the vocab. i guess mine was more of a tribute to margaret pomarez (shes a bit of a fox)
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    besides, even though i regard up as a great movie, as i typed the review i wasn't even sure if i was being serious.




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    Tremors 1,2 and 3
    Great films...i love them all equally. Cant wait for the fifth movie :gaysign:


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    Inglourious basterds - i really liked it. cool movie. lots og action and lulz.

    Reservoir dogs - awsome!

    Crank - this movie fucking rocks!!




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    The Surrogates - Terrible. lol.


    She really looks like someone set her face on fire and put it out with a bike chain.


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    upperdog - i really liked it!




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    Monsters Vs Aliens - 5.5/10
    Meh, 3D animations are all the same these days. Still it was a funny movie.

    That being said, im still looking foward to this one:
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    Kickboxer 2: The Road Back - 8/10
    One of the few sequels which is better than the original. I love this movie, its one of my favourite martial arts movies.




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    Midnight Cowboy.

    was awesome...

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    [FONT="Impact"] slept with faith and found a corpse in my arms on awakening; I drank and danced all night with doubt and found her a virgin in the morning.[/FONT]


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    Puppet Master - 4/10
    Not what i expected...nothing much too it.

    The Incredibles - 6/10
    Awesome! after watching it a second time, i like it a little more.
    ...And Mrs. Incredible(she's flexible) :gaysign:

    Clash of the Titans - 8/10
    The greatest movie ever made!




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    The Haunted World of El Superbeasto - 10/10
    One of the greatest animated movies ive seen in a while. Theres not much too it, but what it has is pure gold.

    [spoiler]...lots of nudity too [/spoiler]




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    Wolverine: Origins

    Film was ok, pretty enjoyable but poorly constructed.

    Transformers
    Again.
    I can't believe that Michael Bay got paid for this. I can't believe that Shai LeBouf is now a star because of this.

    Some Pierce Bronson Bond Film

    Yawn. Better than the one that was on TV last week with the tank and the train and the dish in the lake. This one had an invisible boat that when hit with missiles didn't sink or explode. Believable




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    Zombieland

    i thought it was pretty good. it was alot of zombies eating people and blood and flesh it was cool.






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