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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    I watched The Last King of Scotland. It was good, but a bit overrated in my opinion.
    enjoyed it but it isn't something I'd watch again.

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    That Dixie Chicks documentary-Shut Up And Sing. It was quite good, kept me interested throughout, plus their lead singer cracked me up.
    Yeah, I cracked up when she said shrub's a dumb fuck and then looked at the camera and said "you're a dumb fuck" to the shrub....

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    I just watched Notes on a Scandal last night. After having seen both The Queen and Notes, I actually think Judi Dench shoulda edged out Helen Mirren for the Oscar. Amazing performace.
    Absolutely agree with you - I rented this and I DID watch it more than once.

    I also watched Bobby (yes, I rented it even though lohan's in it) and I liked the documentary parts - Bobby would have been a fabulous president. It actually made me cry because so many of the things he said still hold true and we're still fucking up in the same ways...
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    Alpha Dog - brilliant. A very cautionary tale of drug dealers and how one rash decision can ruin your life. Very sad.

    Justin Timberlake was good in this.

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    Next its similar to butterfly affect. Pretty good movie but the ending was really bad.

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    Watched the last hour of Shall We Dance with Richard Gere and Jennifer Lopez. I liked it. I also liked the Asian version. They're both good in their own way. I realize, of course, that one has to like this genre

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    Last movie I watched was The Omen (2006 version) on cable. It was better than I thought it'd be. My favorite part was when Mia Farrow's crazy ass got run over by the car. I couldn't stop laughing.

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    I just finished watching Grosse Pointe Blank on DVD. I forgot how ....god, amazing Cusack was at one point and why I had a HELLA CRUSH on him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    I just watched Notes on a Scandal last night. After having seen both The Queen and Notes, I actually think Judi Dench shoulda edged out Helen Mirren for the Oscar. Amazing performace.
    I saw it like two or three nights ago. Loved it. The performaces rocked....from the greats to the newbie. All kicked ass...i think ill buy it really soon.
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    I saw The Good Shepherd last night. I was disappointed -- too long, not enough character development. The outtakes on the DVD actually had stuff that explained the family dynamic -- as a director, de Niro makes a good actor. Matt Damon is not my favourite actor, and it is absolutely implausible that Angelina Jolie would marry him, much less spend her life waiting around for him to pay attention to.

    John Le Carre nailed the spy stuff a long time ago, and he did it a lot better, too.

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    Home of the Brave. Bunch of soldiers and a doctor return from Iraq and try to deal with their life. I thought there were some good performances ('cept for 50 Cent, he stank) but the script was a little cliched and predictable at parts. In general I rather liked it and I think it did a fairly good job of presenting a balanced picture of that war.

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    Priscilla Queen of the Desert - awesome movie cracks me up everytime - Guy Pearce is gorgeous in it!
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    This weekend I watched Pan's Labyrinth, which was absolutely amazing. I also re-watched Closer and on second viewing, i like it even more than the first time. Clive is so frekin' HOT in this movie.
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    28 Weeks Later... scared the living crap out of me
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    Quote Originally Posted by cool girl View Post
    Alpha Dog - brilliant. A very cautionary tale of drug dealers and how one rash decision can ruin your life. Very sad.

    Justin Timberlake was good in this.
    Yes, I was surprised at how good he was. I liked the movie. It was based on a true story. The only thing I didn't like was how Sharon Stone got in a fat suit at the end. That was unnecessary. If anything the mother actually lost tons of weight. I guess Sharon thought that might be some Oscar bait, her being fat. Stupid.

    I also watched The Last King of Scotland which I thought was fabulous. Forest Whitaker really deserved his Oscar. James McAvoy was very good too, and so handsome.

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