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    ^ I love Borat! lol
    It's always on HBO movies.

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    Last movie I saw bits and pieces of was The Seventh Sign.

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    My Summer of Love - Good, I liked it.

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    Just saw 'Into the Wild', and it was amazing. It was extremely close to the book, and Emile's body at the end was too eerily like Supertramp's at the end. Emile was the perfect choice for this role.

    I know many panned Hal Holbrook's performance in this movie, but his Oscar nod was completely justified in my mind. His performance, along with Emile's, was the best. The only negative I have is Eddie Vedder's singing... it was used too much and thought the music without his voice would have been perfect.

    My favorite part of the movie was at the end, when Christopher realizes what happiness, love and family really is- and metaphorically shown when the sun shined down on him as he passed away. Completely beautiful.

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    There Will Be Blood - Do not waste your time. Literally, for the first 5-8 minutes not a word is spoken. It was SO slow and pointless.

    Gone Baby Gone - I just love Casey Affleck. I thought the movie was really good and had a lot of surprises.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkdgirl View Post
    Just saw 'Into the Wild', and it was amazing. It was extremely close to the book, and Emile's body at the end was too eerily like Supertramp's at the end. Emile was the perfect choice for this role.

    I know many panned Hal Holbrook's performance in this movie, but his Oscar nod was completely justified in my mind. His performance, along with Emile's, was the best. The only negative I have is Eddie Vedder's singing... it was used too much and thought the music without his voice would have been perfect.

    My favorite part of the movie was at the end, when Christopher realizes what happiness, love and family really is- and metaphorically shown when the sun shined down on him as he passed away. Completely beautiful.
    Yes that was a good movie. The book is a worthwhile read. I could kind of understand what Christopher was trying to acheive. I guess an authentic life not define by material possessions. What I couldn't understand was how so many who met him on the road found him to be such a kind person yet he put his parents through hell by disappearing. I understand they weren't the best, but the punishment he metted out to them was too harsh.

    Sweeny Todd. Very good. Quite gruesome. Johnny Depp is so versatile. He can sing! I didn't think HBO was good though. She didn't have the voice. It was very good. I would love to have seen it on stage.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MarieAntoinette View Post
    My Summer of Love - Good, I liked it.
    i liked it too. it kind of went by unnoticed though, i don't think that many people saw it.
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    My Summer of Love - was that the one with Emily Blunt, or am I thinking of another movie? If so, I thought that was a fantastic movie as well, and her performance was amazing.
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    ^^^
    yes, that's the one.
    and i agree about blunt's performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bellini View Post
    Yes that was a good movie. The book is a worthwhile read. I could kind of understand what Christopher was trying to acheive. I guess an authentic life not define by material possessions. What I couldn't understand was how so many who met him on the road found him to be such a kind person yet he put his parents through hell by disappearing. I understand they weren't the best, but the punishment he metted out to them was too harsh.

    Sweeny Todd. Very good. Quite gruesome. Johnny Depp is so versatile. He can sing! I didn't think HBO was good though. She didn't have the voice. It was very good. I would love to have seen it on stage.
    I completely agree. I felt doubly bad for his sister, who totally didn't deserve to lose her bro. You read the book, was the movie ending true to the novel? I couldn't find the plant mentioned in the movie on either the web or in my rocky mountain plant guide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dixie Normos View Post
    I completely agree. I felt doubly bad for his sister, who totally didn't deserve to lose her bro. You read the book, was the movie ending true to the novel? I couldn't find the plant mentioned in the movie on either the web or in my rocky mountain plant guide.
    Yes. He died in his bus. It's thought his death was caused by a mold that formed from keeping the wild potato plant in plastic rather than eating a poisonous plant. From his writings he came to the realization that family and companionship are important to life. It was tragic because if he had just followed the river instead of trying to cross, he would have found a house that the rangers keep just for situations like his. One thing that bugged me about him was his disrespect for nature. He totally underestimated what it actually is to be "in the wild." It's not a cake walk in Alaska. My father hunted there a lot. He always went prepared. Christopher was woefully unprepared.

    It's a good book though. He was an interesting guy.


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    ^ I thought so. I'm pretty good with wild edible/poisonous plants, so when I'd NEVER heard of the one mentioned in the movie, I figured it was creative license.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bellini View Post
    I didn't think HBO was good though. She didn't have the voice.
    Um, don't you mean HBC? If not you're gonna have to explain to me what you mean about a TV channel not having "the voice", ...

    About Into The Wild, yeah McCandless didn't strike me as particularly sympathethic, one of the reasons why the movie didn't really connect with me.

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    Swordfish (2001), by Dominic Sena, at home => I agree with critics on this one. Swordfish starts off really good. And I mean really good. But slowly and surely it gets more and more generic. Still, entertaining enough.

    Orphée (1950), by Jean Cocteau, on DVD => Um....weird. But interesting and kind of (unintentionally) funny at times, due to its age.

    Disco, by Fabien Onteniente, at the cinema => I didn't expect it to be that funny, but it was, and puts you in a good mood.

    MR73, by Olivier Marchal, at the cinema => A good, well made movie, but I feel it's perhaps too much drama/too little thriller, unlike the director's previous, which was an awesome blend of both.

    Les Femmes De L'Ombre, by Jean-Paul Salomé, at the cinema => Here also, I feel the movie is inferior to the director's previous works, but it's still well made and rather good.
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    I finally watched Borat Saturday evening... ummm wow.

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