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    Well, I saw "Brokeback Mountain" on Bravo lastnight and all I could think of was Heath, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    just watched semi-pro. sooo dumb but give me a spliff and i have the sense of humour of a 12 year-old boy so i admit i enjoyed it.
    ^^Loved it here as well! My son's father has old photos of himself looking exactly like WF in that movie.

    Saw "Dark Knight" today. Whew.

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    The Skulls

    Haven't seen this in years. I quite enjoyed it.

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    The Simpsons Movie. Funnier than I expected.

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    I saw Kit Kittredge with my little girl. Surprisingly warm and pretty good, really. And....please don't kill me....Chris O'Donnell did a nice job. SHUT UP.

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    Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. I thought it was better than the first one. The story moved at a quicker pace.

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    Hunt for Red October, it was on AMC last night.

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    Young Bess - 1953

    Explores the early life of Elizabeth I; from her birth to her ascension to throne. This is a very charming film, what it lacks in historical accuracy it more than make up with the costumes and the performances.

    Jean Simmons is wonderful as young Bess and Stewart Granger is very charming as Sir Thomas Seymour.



    Three Coins In a Fountain - 1954

    Three young Americans enjoy life and romance in 1950’s Italy. Loved this film. It’s so charming and the clothes are gorgeous…I would recommend watching this on a Sunday afternoon. Guaranteed to cheer you up.


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    Beowulf, it was horrid, I didn't even finish it.
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    Batman The Dark Knight.

    It was so good. H L was a fucking genius as Joker. It was beyond perfect to be honest.

    The guy who played bat man made me pmsl all the way through the film though because he changes his voice when he is in his batman costume and it makes him sound like a husky dog. Omfg, it was so funny.


    Really good clif hanger though.


    I don't really care about H L that much but I got a real great sense of sadness after the film ended, cause he really was a talented guy.
    Darling... Stop confusing me with your wishful thinking....
    Bang goes another kanga on the bonnet of the van...
    Too soon to be out of me bed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily View Post
    I saw Kit Kittredge with my little girl. Surprisingly warm and pretty good, really. And....please don't kill me....Chris O'Donnell did a nice job. SHUT UP.
    Glad to hear it! I'm taking my little nieces this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    Beowulf, it was horrid, I didn't even finish it.
    I liked Beowulf a lot. However, putting $150 million dollars into a film that clearly does not have mass appeal was a stupid business decision.

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    I just watched Mama Mia and walked out. It SUCKED so hard. I went cause my mom wanted to go with someone. SUCKED!!!

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    The 300.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    I liked Beowulf a lot. However, putting $150 million dollars into a film that clearly does not have mass appeal was a stupid business decision.
    ITA. I loved that film but truly they could have told the story very well without all the CGI or whatever that animation technology is called. If they were afraid Angie's real body would scare the hell out of everybody, they could have used body double. Julia Roberts has used them, so can she.

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