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    No Country For Old Men
    Not what I was expecting as the narrative threw me. I'd really need to watch it again with the proper story in mind.

    Twilight
    Didn't suck anywhere near as much as I was expecting. The story was full of holes.

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    I am sick of Nicole Kidman. The missus loved it though.


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    Hi.
    I was searching the thread and seen the topic was Official Film discussion and last Movie watched. but no body has given the proper answer.
    My last movie is Mission Impossible.




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    Quote Originally Posted by brunoncyryl View Post
    Hi.
    I was searching the thread and seen the topic was Official Film discussion and last Movie watched. but no body has given the proper answer.
    Umm...there is no proper answer?




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    I didnt know this thread existed. so i got some catching up to do... My ratings will be based on my oppinion alone.

    The Watchmen- 9/10

    Many people had problems with it but it was the Super Hero movie i was waiting for and i thought would never happen. I felt like the story was really subjective but IMO as near perfect as any super hero movie (i dont like most of them). The movie was super long and i was feeling like it started going downhill towards the 3rd quarter but it was all worth it because it needed that much narrative for character, and story development and the 4rth quarter made up for the slow 3rd.

    Every Clint Eastwood film i've seen- 10/10

    What can i say, They've all been pure gold, whether he acted in it directed it, or both. Even the movies that leave a bad taste in my mouth end up leaving nothing but good memories as i cant stop thinking about them and their awesomeness really sinks in a couple of days later (Unforgiven, Gran Torino, Million Dollar Baby)

    The Departed- 10/10

    I saw this movie like 4 times in 1 month lol i never watch movies more than three times by choice unless i see them years spread apart. Your almost guarantee'd to notice a new nuance of story importance everytime u see it. I understood the story the first time i watched it but every other time i noticed something new.

    Boondock Saints- 6/10

    I probably wouldve liked it more if it wasnt so overrated, i saw this movie a day after i saw The Departed and it just couldnt hold a candle to it in my opinion. The characters were as beleivable as " flying spaghetti monsters ". I probably wouldve liked it more if i was an ADHD 13 yr old irish kid who wanted a movie that made me feel proud of... well... trash.


    X-Men Origins: Wolverine- 7/10

    Not a very inteligent story, watered down. Too many inconsistancies. And there were two different extra endings after the credits begin which was really whack.

    Transformers- 7/10

    I dont even know how transformers can have a good story since the original story itself is completely retarded IMO which is understandable since it was just a story that was simply slapped onto a toy brand... had no interest in seeing the sequel since, again, its impossible to make it have a good story unless its a side story that has nothing to do with the original transformers story.


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    The Day the Earth Stood Still

    Interesting central theme and I thought the movie as a whole was good. I was a bit annoyed that the movie lacked suspense, was a bit bland and was very preachy. Also to introduce one character, half-way through the film, to act as the integral turning point for the plot seems to smack of deux ex machina.




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    Clue - 8/10
    Great movie!


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    The Day the Earth Stood Still
    Original or Remake?


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    Remake. I haven't seen the original in years.


    Wanted

    Didn't mind this film. It has gaping holes in the plot and story (oh I'm going to believe that someone accepts being a killer immediately) but I did like the premise and action sequences. I thought James MacAvoy was great, but the director might as well have had an Angelina Joli cardboard cut-out rather than the actual "actress" in the movie.




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    Blood and Bone

    One of the better fighting movies I've seen in awhile, had the guy from undisputed II in it.


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    Throne of Blood

    10/10. I'm a Kurosawa fan to begin with, but this is easily the best screen adaptation of Macbeth I've ever seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim290280 View Post
    The Day the Earth Stood Still

    Interesting central theme and I thought the movie as a whole was good. I was a bit annoyed that the movie lacked suspense, was a bit bland and was very preachy. Also to introduce one character, half-way through the film, to act as the integral turning point for the plot seems to smack of deux ex machina.
    That movie is a fucking abomination. Didn't like Wanted either. Heh.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Line View Post
    That movie is a fucking abomination. Didn't like Wanted either. Heh.
    I think I had lazy weekend syndrome. I can see exactly how you'd hate The Day the Earth Stood Still, but it didn't bother me for some reason. I can also see that Wanted would really annoy you, just the leaps in plot development alone are enough, let alone anything else. Yet once again I was able to ignore it completely.

    But that is also the reason for the scathing comments about the movies, while I was able to watch and be entertained I wasn't impressed. My gripes with both films is that they put so much time and effort into making everything look nice that they forgot to actually spend time creating a proper story arc and characters that actually fit within that.




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    ^Your forgetting the epic product placement in the day the earth stood still.

    I just tried to watch never surrender, which is a movie with the guys from the UFC in it. I could only sit through 10 minutes, everyting about it was just terrible in so many ways.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Dilatedmuscle
    Every Clint Eastwood film i've seen- 10/10

    What can i say, They've all been pure gold, whether he acted in it directed it, or both. Even the movies that leave a bad taste in my mouth end up leaving nothing but good memories as i cant stop thinking about them and their awesomeness really sinks in a couple of days later (Unforgiven, Gran Torino, Million Dollar Baby)
    I can now counter this statement with my latest movie viewing.

    Pink Cadillac
    Possibly the worst Clint Eastwood film ever made. Even Clint's acting was lame. Every shot felt like they were just rehearsing and everyone in it was C-grade acting fodder (which says a lot given his co-star's awards list on Broadway). When it was on as the late movie I recorded it for later viewing wondering why I wouldn't have previously seen it. Well now I know why I hadn't seen it: it sucked.

    One redeeming moment: flasher approaches female character and says "What do you think of this?" to whit she retorts "It looks like a penis, only smaller."




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    A Good Lawyer's Wife

    Interesting Korean film exploring relationships and the need for sexual bonding within them. Well acted and put together.




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    The Wrestler

    Amazing film. I was just blown away by the brutal honesty and hard reality of the entire film. I wish I hadn't waited so long to see it, but at the same time there were moments that were painfull to watch. Very powerfull and moving.




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    Jacobs' Ladder

    This movie was way better then I expected! I really got into it. It was made in 1990, but it looks more like a film made in the early 80's... Not that there's anything wrong with that. 5/5




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    ^The one with Tim Robbins in it? Kinda lost me towards the end tbh.




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    Quote Originally Posted by tim290280 View Post
    The Wrestler

    Amazing film. I was just blown away by the brutal honesty and hard reality of the entire film. I wish I hadn't waited so long to see it, but at the same time there were moments that were painfull to watch. Very powerfull and moving.
    I only just got this the other day too. Hopefully gonna watch it tonight.


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