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    Pride and Glory, with Colin Farrel and Edward Norton. Pretty good, but not as good as I expected.

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    Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Tour: 30 Days & 30 Nights- Hollywood to the Heartland. (whew, long title) It was a movie/documentary of Vince taking up-and-coming comedians on tour across America.

    The cool thing was he had friends that worked with him on different movies (Rudy, Dodgeball, The Break-Up & Wedding Crashers) show up, too. Overall, it wasn't half bad.

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    (500) Days of Summer. Loved it.
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    I really really want to see that. I love Joseph Gordon Levitt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    I really really want to see that. I love Joseph Gordon Levitt.
    Oh he's awesome in it! It was luck I saw it, my friend wanted to see Funny People but she was too ill to come so we decided to see 500 Days instead (thank god!). I'm a big fan of him too, though may I add my username is coincidence, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    I really really want to see that. I love Joseph Gordon Levitt.
    Quote Originally Posted by levitt View Post
    Oh he's awesome in it! It was luck I saw it, my friend wanted to see Funny People but she was too ill to come so we decided to see 500 Days instead (thank god!). I'm a big fan of him too, though may I add my username is coincidence, lol.
    I loved him in Brick! Gah! I can't wait to see 500 Days.

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    I love Brick too! Have you seen Mysterious Skin?
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    brick was a really awesome flick.
    white, black, puerto rican/everybody just a freakin'/good times were rollin'.


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    District 9. I thought I was going to hate it, but I liked it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by levitt View Post
    I love Brick too! Have you seen Mysterious Skin?
    Yes. I won't ever forget it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasha View Post
    Yes. I won't ever forget it.
    I don't think anyone would! But he is definitely an awesome actor, I kind of hope he never becomes super famous just incase it affects the roles he picks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by levitt View Post
    I don't think anyone would! But he is definitely an awesome actor, I kind of hope he never becomes super famous just incase it affects the roles he picks.
    Here is a review of Mysterious Skin posted to IMDb that I agree with in it's entirety:

    Rise Like Two Angels In The Night... And Disappear, 30 August 2005

    Author: mappyman (mappyman@seanbaby.com) from Atlanta, United States

    MYSTERIOUS SKIN – REVIEW 7/6/05

    In his new film Greg Araki uses a prudent ploy to snag and reel you in: having the visuals effusively speak and the screenplay divulge the least amount of information necessary to keep the story evolving. Words can only reveal so much, while Araki's images display an almost unbearable amount of visceral material, exploiting vibrant color, alluring texture, dark and light, the brooding and harrowing eyes of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and the handsome modesty of Brady Corbet.

    The film resonates on a level of rawness unseen and unfelt since Cuesta's "L.I.E." or Solondz's "Storytelling." The film is jarringly penetrative and pervasive: the visuals in your mind play over repeatedly and the disconcerting but intellectually uplifting feeling "Mysterious Skin" infuses lies active long after you leave the theater. The film is not easy to digest. Seeing that there is pervasive sexual exposure between adults, as well as between adults and kids (though discreetly handled), this film will repulse many viewers. This film also had to be made.

    Neil (Gordon-Levitt) and Brian's (Corbet) story starts in the early 1980s when they are only eight-years-old. Neil's little league baseball coach initiates a sexual relationship, of which (most likely to the consternation of several audience members) Neil actually recounts a rosy-colored remembrance: he enjoyed it. Brian that same year describes how his perpetual and mysterious string of blackouts and bloody noses began one rainy night after a baseball game.

    The story moves forward to when Neil and Brian are at adolescence's conclusion. We discover that Neil has grown up to be both gay and a hustler, while asexual Brian's free time is taken up seeking the source of and resolution to his insoluble physical ailments. Brian soon deduces that aliens abducted him and meets a fellow abductee, Avalyn (Mary Lynn Rajskub), with whom he finds ephemeral solace.

    Neil and Brian's story act in parallel, moving forward and backward over time, but never disjointedly. Neil eventually moves to New York, while his pining friend Eric (Jeff Licon) actually befriends Brian and an endearing friendship ensues. Neil's (unappeasable) pursuit of everlasting male love ends in the most unlikely of places: back home. Brian's pursuit of the truth leads him to, predictably, Neil. Araki exquisitely handles the ending (not divulged here) with the appropriate effusion of tendered emotion by the two main actors (warning: though the film's trailer subtlety gives away the finish).

    I cannot give enough plaudits to the two male leads. A long way from "3rd Rock", Joe's sensuous flirtations and dynamic eyes mate well with Brady's tranquil, naive, yet profound, disposition. Brady's last scene with his character's father, as well as the climax, demonstrates his aptitude and assured longevity as an actor (beyond "Thunderbirds").

    "Mysterious Skin" evidences many matches made-in-heaven: from film and director to material and actor to music and film. The film is entirely amoral, but not immoral. It is also a difficult film to watch. Many will cast it aside as tripe and trash (along with other morally relative films), but those fortunate enough to engage themselves in the movie's discussion will revel in it long after the credits' close.
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    88 Minutes: Average murder mystery starring Al Pacino. The movie had potential, but with poor direction/writing it just comes off like a leftover B-movie. It was obvious Pacino just did it for the paycheck, because he just phoned in his part. And Helen Hunt's long-lost daughter Leelee Sobieski was wrong for the role they gave her.

    Journey to the Center of the Earth: Really good popcorn action flick with Brendan Fraser. If you're looking for masterpiece theater this movie ain't it. The effects were a little cheesy, but I actually liked this version better than the original movie.

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    Haha, I saw Journey to the Center of the Earth in 3D and thought it was great. Much better than what I was expecting.

    The last movie I saw was Otis. I thought it was great. I'm a total horror movie nut, though.

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    "Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About his Father"

    This is a documentary about a young doctor who was murdered. His murderer was his ex-girlfriend who was also a doctor and was pregnant with his child at the time. The story twists and turns from there, and it's better not to know too much before watching.

    This movie absolutely devastated me. Completely. I don't believe I've ever been so affected by any movie before.
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