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    ^^That scene in Air Force One stands out for me too, and I don't know why. Maybe because of the stupid look she has on her face.

    One thing I noticed while watching the movie was Glenn Close just looks Fatal Attraction crazy in every movie.

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    10,000 B.C. - So, so bad.

    Holy Smoke - A surprising little Australian movie with Kate Winslet and Harvey Keitel. Its very twisted, but good.
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    The Color Purple-Still awesome for me. "You tol Harpo to beat me!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    10,000 B.C. - So, so bad.

    Holy Smoke - A surprising little Australian movie with Kate Winslet and Harvey Keitel. Its very twisted, but good.
    I thought about watching 10,000 B.C. until I saw the behind the scenes production of the movie and realized that it'd be a waste of time.

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    watching pineapple express right now

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    about the massacre. it was fantastic, sad, moving, one of the best movies I've seen in a long time. the last scenes had me sobbing.
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    Hamlet 2... 90 minutes of my life and $4.99 that I will never get back.

    Sweeney Todd.. it was ok. I didn't expect it to be so morbid.. I expected some humor, but there was little... and the ending was kind of abrupt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *DIVA! View Post
    Malcolm X

    The Color Purple-Still awesome for me. "You tol Harpo to beat me!"
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    Just finished watching The Changeling with the hubby.. just as good as the first time.

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    ^Glad to know you liked The Changeling, because I haven't seen it yet, and was wondering about it.

    I've recently seen:

    Hairspray (1988 version)- Awesome as usual
    Body Of Lies- sucks a d**k
    Lakeview Terrace- I want my 2 hours back
    The Contract- I laughed through it, and it wasn't a comedy
    Max Payne- Pretty good
    Blindness- EXCELLENT, but very dark, so be prepared for it to bother you if you choose to see it
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkly View Post
    ^Glad to know you liked The Changeling, because I haven't seen it yet, and was wondering about it.

    I've recently seen:

    Hairspray (1988 version)- Awesome as usual
    Body Of Lies- sucks a d**k
    Lakeview Terrace- I want my 2 hours back
    The Contract- I laughed through it, and it wasn't a comedy
    Max Payne- Pretty good
    Blindness- EXCELLENT, but very dark, so be prepared for it to bother you if you choose to see it
    My mom took me to see Hairspray(there's only one version) I love that movie..but I love John Waters....Crybaby..

    Lakeview Terrace, um I want my 14.88 back for purchasing that crap...
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    ^I thought the new Hairspray was really good too, especially with Queen Latifah's character.

    And thank God I only rented Lakeview Terrace, not bought it, or I'd be pissed too.
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    Watched Lord of the Rings: Return of the King- the best of the three, without a doube!

    And watched 'Practical Magic' for the first time. Sorta lame plot but Sandra Bullock was absolutely stunning in this movie! And I ask myself, what the fuck happened to Nicole Kidman? She used to be so darn cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny Lane View Post

    Sweeney Todd.. it was ok. I didn't expect it to be so morbid.. I expected some humor, but there was little... and the ending was kind of abrupt.
    i guess i'm the only one who thought it wasn't morbid enough. or funny enough. i thought the whole thing kind of fell flat and the music wasn't anything to write home about either.
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    Who is Nick Drake and should I get ahold of this one?
    english singer/songwriter. beautiful, haunting, delicate music. definitely worth checking out. i'd say discovering drake was an essential part of my musical education when i was a teen.



    i watched '27 dresses' this weekend. and throughout the whole thing, all i could think was 'kill me now'. and because i was at a friend's (possibly former friend, i have a hard time respecting her now that i know she liked this garbage) watching this piece of shit, i couldn't walk out or complain. how fucking stupid can movies get? and i'm all for movies that are stupid in the right way but this was just monumentally crappy and didn't have a single redeeming quality. it was really successful too, no? that's the sort of shit that makes me lose my faith in humanity.

    to make up for it, i watched 'eastern promises' again when i got home - nothing like stark naked viggo mortensen fighting in a bath house to rid myself of the treacly bullshit i had to endure.
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    Camped out on the couch this weekend and ended up watching some good movies.

    "Little Children", good movie.

    "Devil Wears Prada", great comedy, I lurves Meryl.

    "August Rush", awesome movie period!! Im not a fan of musicals but this involved a great story that dealt with a family finding each in the end. Cant belive I passed somthing like that up, highly recommend!!
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