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The Blade
If you haven't seen this film, watch it. Fantastic martial arts film.

Hitman
Jet Li playing the likable antihero. I have an annoying version that has been overdubbed over the overdub. Makes both languages a hodgepodge of sound. Good thing I have a subtitle track and this is an action film. Cheesy fun otherwise.

The Killer
John Woo and Chow Yun Fat before they sucked. Excellent movie. And it was great to have such a different ending to a film. Oh and the slow motion doves didn't feel lame in this one.
 

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Say what you like about them, but I watched the Pirates of The Carribean Trilogy over the last few weeks and I really enjoyed all three of the movies. Thought they were great. Definitely a nice break into some fantasy.
 
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Say what you like about them, but I watched the Pirates of The Carribean Trilogy over the last few weeks and I really enjoyed all three of the movies. Thought they were great. Definitely a nice break into some fantasy.

The only thing I disliked about the trilogy is that after the first one being excellent they kinda missed some great opportunities. Especially with the last film and the Capt Norrington character.
 

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The Brave One
Talk about slow and melodramatic. This could have had some interesting things to say if not for the 2hrs of hammering the point home, oh and the ending of course. "Hey you know all that stuff I said a scene earlier, ignore it for a more convenient happy ending." If this movie was any slower it would have had Brad Pitt and Casey Affleck staring slightly to the left of camera in it.
 
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Skyline

OHMYGOOOD! This movie sucked! Honestly, it might be the most stupid sci-fi I've ever seen!
 

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I'm getting caught up on a handful of 2010 releases so I can do my annual "Year's best" list, and goddamn did America have an awful year.
 

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^^ Have you watched Wild Target or Red yet?

Wild Target would rank as one of my favs of the year.
 

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Animal Kingdom - Good little Aussie film

Exit through the gift shop - I found this movie to be really interesting and entertaining.
 

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^^ Have you watched Wild Target or Red yet?

Wild Target would rank as one of my favs of the year.
Maybe I'll check out Wild Target, though I have absolutely no interest in Red. Tomorrow I'll likely run through my obligatory viewings of The Fighter and The King's Speech, despite having Carlos, Amer, and A Prophet - three films I'm far more interesting in visiting - as well.
 

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^^ Red is actually really good fun. I watched it this week and felt it rose above the pretty ordinary premise.
 

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^^ Red is actually really good fun. I watched it this week and felt it rose above the pretty ordinary premise.
Meh, too many other films with potential, especially with school tapering my viewings of late.
 

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I know you already saw and liked it, which is good, even if I didn't care for it at all. If you're interested, a review can be found here.

thanks man, good review. i think the main reason i enjoyed it was that i was just in the rigth mood for some light entertainment, and some good old shooting and killing and beating people up.
 

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