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    Capturing the Friedmans. A great documentary that really made me ruminate on pedos, families and a hell of a lot of other things. May buy it to see the extras.
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    Scarface, a bit overrated
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    ^^i, too, find scarface to be overrated. i mean, it's a great film & all, but i'm not as in love with it as most people seem to be.
    white, black, puerto rican/everybody just a freakin'/good times were rollin'.


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    ^ I don't really think they are either. I think they try to pump it up because it's gangster.

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    ^^this is true.
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    Yep, young people who live in deprived areas love this film... "the world is yours"...
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    I hate Scarface. Tony Montana is a crude barbarian and Michelle's character is an empty, greedy shell. Tony's sister is the only character in the whole film with any redeeming qualities.

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    ^^You forget Mama Montana
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttmunch View Post
    Capturing the Friedmans. A great documentary that really made me ruminate on pedos, families and a hell of a lot of other things. May buy it to see the extras.
    I saw it last week.Really good,sad..
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFolie View Post
    ^^You forget Mama Montana
    Yes, Mama Montana is the voice or moral reasoning but she's barely in the film. It makes me think the filmakers intention was that we idolize these cold-blooded morons, and a lot of morons do just that.

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    the other boleyn girl

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    ^^^such a humongo dungo dissapointment. I love phillipa gregory, and i adore this book. I really wanted the film to be better. such a dissapointment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sophie View Post
    ^^^such a humongo dungo dissapointment. I love phillipa gregory, and i adore this book. I really wanted the film to be better. such a dissapointment.
    ive never read the book. should i?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrettyGirl View Post
    I saw Clint Eastwood's new movie 'Gran Torino'. I have to admit, I've never been a Clint Eastwood fan. When I hear his name, it reminds me of my dad, because my dad was a big fan. He liked him because of all those westerns and Dirty Harry movies Eastwood made in his younger years. Well, 'Gran Torino' blew me away. I had a bootlegged DVD version of this film my friend lent me but it was great quality and I loved it. If Eastwood's going to retire, this is the movie to do it after. For being 78 years-old in real life, I can tell you that he totally kicked ass in this movie.

    'Gran Torino''s about this totaly gung-ho All-American, ex-war veteran who's basically slowing down. He's just been widowed. He's retired. He's lonely. His grown kids don't even come around anymore. He's elderly and not what he used to be. Most of the time he spends working around his house, sitting on the porch drinking beer alone. You think of how many people around the country live like this character and it's sad. You feel for the guy. But this old man doesn't want pity, because the body's old but his spunk is still there. He calls it as he sees it. He's grouchy. He's opinionated. He's a mean old bastard when he has to be. Eastwood had the character down pat. I was impressed. Anyway, times are changing for the old guy. When gangs start infesting his neighborhood, put it this way, that's when the action in the movie really starts!

    Great movie for everyone...go see it. Eastwood totally delivers.

    ^^Just saw Gran Torino today, and highly recommend it!

    I've been watching Clint Eastwood movies since I was little (dad always took us to the movies, and CE is still his favorite). I really like his acting better the older he gets.

    The dialogue in this movie is "something else", and he really pulls it off well.

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    Wedding Wars. It could have been better and braver in tackling the issues, but as far as comedies go, it wasn't bad.
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