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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetie View Post
    Marcia Gay Harden was annoying as hell to me. I was so happy when, well you know.
    Yeah, gotcha Actually this movie was one of the first ever that made me actually scream at the TV screen During one part I actually yelled "shut the fuck up bitch!" Haha, like I was actually there. I liked when she got hit with the can of peas though. That old lady was too funny, I loved her line about stoning by peas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by january View Post
    We watched Cassandra's Dream last night, and I really enjoyed it as well. Kind of in the same vein as Match Point (which I really really liked), about crime, greed, vindication, remorse, seeking redemption...I was surprised at the great chemistry between McGregor and Farrell. I would definitely recommend.
    working in england agrees with woody allen. i've really enjoyed his past few films and this is no exception. ok, it's no crimes and misdemeanors or match point (though the subject matter is similar) but it's a great little movie.

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    Saved! is fucking tits. That movie, despite it's saccharine shmaltzy ending, pure brilliance and snark.
    that movie's hilarious. i absolutely loved macaulay culkin in that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    working in england agrees with woody allen. i've really enjoyed his past few films and this is no exception. ok, it's no crimes and misdemeanors or match point (though the subject matter is similar) but it's a great little movie.
    I agree completely. I didn't understand the criticism of Match Point either, I thought it was a fantastic movie, actually ranks up there with some of my favorites probably. Cassandra's Dream didn't surpass that in my opinion, but it still was a great flick, one that I would recommend in a heartbeat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by january View Post
    Yeah, gotcha Actually this movie was one of the first ever that made me actually scream at the TV screen During one part I actually yelled "shut the fuck up bitch!" Haha, like I was actually there. I liked when she got hit with the can of peas though. That old lady was too funny, I loved her line about stoning by peas.
    Oh yes, the can of peas was funny. It really was a comedy for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by january View Post
    I agree completely. I didn't understand the criticism of Match Point either, I thought it was a fantastic movie, actually ranks up there with some of my favorites probably. Cassandra's Dream didn't surpass that in my opinion, but it still was a great flick, one that I would recommend in a heartbeat.
    i loooove match point. it's inevitable when you've made as many brilliant movies as woody allen that every one he makes will be compared to the really great ones and i think match point is the only one of all the movies he's made this past decade, that is up there with his big classics. it's simply brilliant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    i loooove match point. it's inevitable when you've made as many brilliant movies as woody allen that every one he makes will be compared to the really great ones and i think match point is the only one of all the movies he's made this past decade, that is up there with his big classics. it's simply brilliant.
    Agreed. And on a completely shallow note, ScarJo looked the best she has ever looked in that movie. She looked insanely hot, and normally I find her mediocre at best. She lit up the screen in every scene she was in.
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    ^^^
    she was perfect for that role. i think it was her best performance since lost in translation.
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    Love in Times of the Cholera - I thought it was too long, I want to read the book now to compare, I'm sure it's better.

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    No country for old men

    Unpopular opinion alert but... i didn't really like it. I don't know what went wrong. Usually love the Cohens. The performances were top notch. I adore the cast and have seen them and loved them in other things. Except for that Duane (?) guy who looks like Harry Hamlin, had never seen him in anything before. Maybe I was just tired. But it didn't really make much sense to me. If I found money I'd grab my wife and possibly my mother in law and get out of the country, asap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimmlok View Post
    Saved! is fucking tits. That movie, despite it's saccharine shmaltzy ending, pure brilliance and snark.
    I loved Saved! too! Macauley Culkin was surprisingly good. The always excellent Jenna Malone was great and I just adored Eva Amurri (Susan Sarrandon's daughter). She's something of a girlcrush of mine.

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    American Beauty. once again.

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    No Country for Old Men

    I was expecting more to it and was disappointed. It wasn't bad but I would never watch it again.
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    A Home At The End Of The World. The ending still leaves me a little confused. Still can't figure out if Colin Farrell's character was sick or not.

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    Halloween H20

    For the longest time, I didn't get the H20. What does water have to do with halloween? It didn't make sense. Then, last night, I saw the lead-in line come up on the tv screen ... Halloween - 20 years later. And the lightbulb clicks on.

    I'm a bit slow sometimes. *blush*

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    I'm about to watch 28 Weeks Later. I never saw the first one, so hopefully I won't be confused. Is it any good?
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