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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    ^^^
    i also loved 'the ballad of jack and rose', and i agree with the comparison to 'brokeback mountain'. i think both directors had the same subtle approach to the film, like they're slightly holding back and just letting the story tell itself. the actors also show a lot of restraint so that they are natural, not the hollywood overacting we've grown accustomed to.

    rebecca miller has made some great movies.
    i stumbled across 'angela' years ago, it was showing on cable in the middle of the night and it's also a great movie. very moving.
    Thanks! I will find that one. I'm into very moving these days

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    Quote Originally Posted by HWBL View Post
    Phone Booth. Liked it a lot. Excellent work by Colin Farrell (stinky stinky smelly
    smelly, but great actor) and voice work by Kiefer Sutherland (shorty fugface,
    but excellent in this one without any real screen time).
    I love Phone Booth. That's how a thriller should be. Keeps you on the edge of your seat. Great performances by Colin, Keifer and Forest Whitaker. Even Katie Holmes couldn't bring that movie down.

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    Say anything. It was on TV and I had to see the boombox part.
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    Beverly Hills Chihuahua.

    And I liked it.

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    I take back what I said about La Dolce Vita. Saw it all. Great movie. It makes so much more sense now.
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    Just watched 'Quarantine'

    Ugh, it was one of those 'please stop now this is too much' films, like 'Wolf Creek', 'Creep' or 'The Descent'

    It is a good scary film but I can't say I enjoyed it, especially the last 10 minutes.....brrrr.......

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    Becoming Jane - The movie is susposubly based on accounts of Jane Austens relationship with Thomas Lefroy in her younger years. I wished they would have picked someone better to play her than Anne Hathaway.

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    My daughter and I watched "Milk" the other night on On Demand. It was a fabulous movie, and very, very well done. I've always liked Sean Penn (as an actor; not necessarily his political views or anything) but he outdid himself in this portrayal. To say I was impressed is an understatement--with all the cast. I highly recommend it. Ten out of ten stars.

    Haha...my son and I watched "Knocked Up" last night (also On Demand), which I'd never seen before. I have a giant crush on Seth Rogan, and this movie did nothing to dispel it! It's very funny, but kind of sad, and poignant, as well. I give it 7 out of 10 stars. Something fun to watch, if nothing else.
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    Gangs of New York. It was on TV today at work so I watched it again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rondette View Post
    Just watched 'Quarantine'

    Ugh, it was one of those 'please stop now this is too much' films, like 'Wolf Creek', 'Creep' or 'The Descent'

    It is a good scary film but I can't say I enjoyed it, especially the last 10 minutes.....brrrr.......
    I want to see that movie! I have to say I LOVED The Descent. I still get claustrophobic when I watch it.

    I am about to watch Baby Mama. If I decide I don't like it, I will switch over to Scream and watch Halloween 2.

    Could my life be more exciting?

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    ^^^ Get it aabbcc. I really loved it. I loved The Descent as well, great female cast. Quarantine was a bit hard to watch and the last ten minutes are a bit "WTF" but I really, really enjoyed it.
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    Well...just finished watching a horror movie called 'Trapped Ashes' on Fearnet...and good god is this movie disturbing!!!

    It's definitely z list material BUT still creepy as hell!

    The brain doesn't need blood. It just needs to be kept wet.

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    I recently saw Taken and thought it was really good.

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    'river's edge'.
    crispin glover, keanu reeves, dennis hopper, ione skye.

    great movie. i remember seeing it on tv when i was 10 or 11 (flipping channels any time i heard anyone approach because i knew i wasn't supposed to be watching) and though i could only vaguely remember the story for some reason the movie really made an impression.
    it was weird watching it again and understanding a lot of things i didn't get the first time round, like the dark humour of it. crispin glover and dennis hopper are fucking amazing in this. and i think it might also be the source of my embarrassing crush on crispin glover.
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