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    The Proposition - I have to admit I just watched this movie because Nick Cave wrote the screenplay, I'm normally not into western. Some of the dialogue actually reminded me of Cave's songs and his book.

    Overall I liked it , especially the ending - It's a bit strenuous at times and also very violent, squeamish people watch out. Strangely enough all the flies crawling over the actors faces and bodies were more creepy to me than the actual violence.

    I re-watched Pan's Labyrinth. I still think it is a great movie with stunning visuals.

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    Coal Miner's Daughter.

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    P.S. I Love You - I really enjoyed it, felt a bit long in some parts, but it was sweet. The part where she got a birthday cake brought tears to my eyes, I won't lie.
    Women ain't gonna let a thing like sense fuck up their argument. - Chris Rock

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    Dirty

    It's a weird Canadian movie. Not much really happens. There is no storyline, no beginning, and no ending ... the movie is just sort of there and then it's over. Rather bizarre, actually.

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    Reality Bites. I cant believe i'm saying it but Ben Stiller was pretty hot.

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    Wall Street with Michael Douglas, Charlie Sheen, Martin Sheen and Darryl Hannah. I haven't seen it in 15 years and ya know, it was good. Michael and Charlie were really good. Darryl Hannah was SO bad.

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    In the Valley of Ellah- Good, sad, but good.

    Mad Money- Bad. I wanted to smack the crap out of Diane Keaton and Katie Holmes.

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    Whatever it Takes

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    subtle symbolism? you have got to be joking, right? please tell me you're joking.
    No I'm not joking. I've seen Vanilla Sky 4 or 5 times now and discovered new meanings to it every time.

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    The Parent Trap (1961), by David Swift, at home => Understandably a classic, the original Parent Trap is still tremendously enjoyable today. It prompted me to rewatch half of the 1998 remake responsible for unleashing Lindsay Lohan to the world. I'd say both movies are as good as the other, with the original feeling obviously more dated and less "natural" (and boy is it sad to see how cute, talented and full of promise Lindsay was at 11...fuck you Dina and Michael). I'd love to see the three sequels they made in the 80s with a grown-up Hayley Mills, but they're extremely hard to find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by january View Post
    P.S. I Love You - I really enjoyed it, felt a bit long in some parts, but it was sweet. The part where she got a birthday cake brought tears to my eyes, I won't lie.
    yes that was good and I usualy hate Hillary Swank.

    Untraceable. It was okay.


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    Fools Gold~ awful. At least I think it was awful, I left half way through, and I can't imagine the second half would be good enough to make up for it.

    Matthew M. was a slapstick idiot, even his nice body couldn't keep me interested. Kate H. was terribly boring.

    Zzzzzzzzz

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    Quote Originally Posted by january View Post
    P.S. I Love You - I really enjoyed it, felt a bit long in some parts, but it was sweet. The part where she got a birthday cake brought tears to my eyes, I won't lie.
    OOh yes, I liked it too. The second "Irish singer" was gorgeous, wonder who he is??

    Loved the ending!

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    Nightmare on Elm Street 6 ... soooo incredibly bad it was almost painful to watch.

    I do love Robert Englund though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherbear905 View Post
    Fools Gold~ awful. At least I think it was awful, I left half way through, and I can't imagine the second half would be good enough to make up for it.

    Matthew M. was a slapstick idiot, even his nice body couldn't keep me interested. Kate H. was terribly boring.

    Zzzzzzzzz

    Hell yeah it SUCKED! I was sitting there going 'what the fuck?' it made no sense, and was BORING. It's one of, if not THE, worst movie I've ever seen.


    Watched Muriels Wedding; hated it; although some parts were funny I suppose. I wouldn't watch it again.

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    Hotel Chevalier + The Darjeeling Limited

    I couldve turned it off 10 min. in after I saw Nat Portman partially nude - it was the only thing worth watching and left much to be desired.

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