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    Quote Originally Posted by Pain
    Off to watch a Lineski recomendation, The Constant Gardener.
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    Just finished watching Gladiator. Excellent movie I was close to crying at the end Did Maximus die or what? Im gonna say yes, thats why the black guy buried the little people figures.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie
    Just finished watching Gladiator. Excellent movie I was close to crying at the end Did Maximus die or what? Im gonna say yes, thats why the black guy buried the little people figures.
    Yep, he be dead.

    There has been talk of Ridley and Russell doing another Gladiator -. Can't remember how Russell's character was gonna be in it, whether it was gonna be a pre-quel or if he was gonna be in dream sequences. Can't see it happening though.




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    Traffic should have won best picture instead of Gladiator in 2001.




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    any grown man who breaks a tear during Gladiator is a faggot


    The biggest difference between you and me is you're you, and I'm me. I always win. Sorry bro.


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    anyone seen pathfinder yet? or going to?

    it looks sweet, wanted to see it over weekend but plans feel through :'(




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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweak
    any grown man who breaks a tear during Gladiator is a faggot
    Yeah. Real men cry when watching 'Titanic'.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweak
    any grown man who breaks a tear during Gladiator is a faggot
    Good thing I didnt break a tear then. It was really sad, but I seriously wasnt close to crying, thats just stupid.




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    just saw Aqua teen hunger force colon movie
    very fucked up intro to the movie
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    before the movie
    there was a music video
    talking bout what they (AS) would do if they found
    their movie on the net and shit
    very disturbing lol but funny

    i give the movie a 1000000000000 out of 10








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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweak
    any grown man who breaks a tear during Gladiator is a faggot
    You turn into a bundle of sticks and branches bound together.

    Kids don't take acid and watch the gladiator


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mthode naturelle
    You turn into a bundle of sticks and branches bound together.

    Kids don't take acid and watch the gladiator
    Er, yeah. What he said.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    Yeah. Real men cry when watching 'Titanic'.

    exactly..no..wait...i mean...




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    Quote Originally Posted by Mthode naturelle
    You turn into a bundle of sticks and branches bound together.
    This joke was funny when I was in 3rd grade...wait, no it wasn't.


    Anyways, I've recently purchased Marie Antoinette and The Philadelphia Story, the latter I actually have not seen before. In other news, my local theater finally got Lynch's new film Inland Empire which I will be seeing at 4 o'clock today.

    Here are some brief thoughts (I promise, brief) on what I've seen the past two days...

    Brazil (Gilliam, 1985) **** - An incredible look into an Orwellian civilization where everyday man and dreamer Sam Lowry struggles as a droll worker for one of the ever-confusing branches of The Ministry of Information. Gilliam creates a sumptuous yet eerie visual feast about a country so devoted to absolute power, corruption, and paranoia that its people are left helpless in understanding or shaping their own government. The ending is also one of the rare gems that come along that leave you in disbelief, only to softly mutter "wow" to yourself.

    In the Company of Men (LaBute, 1997) **** - One of the most daringly brutal character studies you will ever see on screen, let alone in a purported comedy. Aaron Eckhart excels as he and business pal Howard scheme to both date a woman for six weeks during a business reassignment before breaking her heart and ruining her life. It's a rare film in the sense that screenwriter/director LaBute seemingly allows the events to unfold, keeping the camera rolling no matter how awkward or painful a scene becomes. The lack of clichs and makes the characters not only believable, but almost real as if we're watching their lives and not a mere film.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Line
    This joke was funny when I was in 3rd grade...wait, no it wasn't.

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    ^^ Try and keep this thread on the subject of films.




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    I haven't watched a film for days.

    I'm slacking.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    I haven't watched a film for days.

    I'm slacking.
    I saw INLAND EMPIRE yesterday in theaters and I really can't say if it was good or not as of yet. While I enjoyed the movie it's so complex and intricate (even for Lynch) that I'm going to an all but mandatory second viewing sometime within the next few days because most of it went right over my head; not an easy task.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Line
    I saw INLAND EMPIRE yesterday in theaters and I really can't say if it was good or not as of yet. While I enjoyed the movie it's so complex and intricate (even for Lynch) that I'm going to an all but mandatory second viewing sometime within the next few days because most of it went right over my head; not an easy task.
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