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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    Ugh, I HATED it.
    Why did you hate it? I thought it was pretty good. Although the Kate Beckinsale lookalike threw me until they remind you that Victor spared Selene because she looked like his daughter Sonja.

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    It just seemed too overdone and over-dramatic. The previous two let the action do their talking for them, and this is an action series, not drama.
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    I get what you're saying. But I think they focused more on a plot/drama to help flesh out the backstory of the other two movies. After watching the movie, it seems like the trilogy comes full circle.

    On a sidenote, I didn't know that Kate Beckinsale was married to the guy that played Lucien and then left him for the director of Underworld. Talk about a workplace romance.

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    100 Girls.


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    Fuck me gently with a chainsaw.


    Where the Wild thing are.

    Forget about plot and relive what its like to be a kid again.
    I'm using a lot of oxygen and such — I think it's good use of oxygen myself, but of course, I'm a little prejudiced on the matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeChayz View Post
    Requiem for a Dream. I think I may be one of the only people alive who thinks it's totally overrated. The performances were great, especially Ellen Burstyn and Marlon Wayans, but the movie was just... it's like something a second year film student trying to be "dark and edgy" would make.
    Sorry for the dub, but - what the?

    Show me a second year film student that could catch lightning in a bottle and I'll invest. Oscar, Kronos Quartet, Ellen fucking Burstyn, the chick from Labyrinth showing her boy howdy, and septicemia.

    This movie is why "Hollywood" should not exist.
    I'm using a lot of oxygen and such — I think it's good use of oxygen myself, but of course, I'm a little prejudiced on the matter.

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    The Informant!

    Unfortunately, I fell asleep for the middle part of the movie so I'm not sure whether it's any good... I think it's funny. The boyfriend liked it.

    There's Joel McHale in it playing an FBI agent. I love him. He's so hot! Rowr! I didn't know he did acting too, I'd only seen him in The Soup before.

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    Rock N Rolla


    Gerard Butler and his accent = HOT
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shalev View Post
    100 Girls.

    ^I LOVE this movie! I have such a crush on Jonathan Tucker... I wish he'd do more mainstream stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by B.C. View Post
    The Painted Veil and Bread and Tulips. Loved them both.
    The Painted Veil is one of my favorite movies, it just stays with you - it takes a lot to make me cry during films and that movie made me sob uncontrollably.

    I watched My Life in Ruins and I totally expected to hate it, but ended up really enjoying it. Its incredibly cheesy but it was a great way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon - had quite a few funny and cute moments. The main guy wasn't so cute though.
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    I watched High School High last night. No matter how many times I watch that movie it always makes me laugh.

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    saw bright star last night.

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    Dude, Where's My Car?: I don't know why I wasted the time and energy watching that crap. Dumb.

    Towelhead: Somewhat creepy movie about a half Arab/half white teenage girl discovering sex, dealing with racism and cultural traditions. Good acting & writing, but a little uncomfortable to watch at times, especially Aaron Eckhart's 'Roman Polanski-like' character.

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    Saw an hour+ of Knocked Up. Haven't seen the ending yet.

    I cannot get past the Heigel bitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap72 View Post
    . . . Towelhead: Somewhat creepy movie about a half Arab/half white teenage girl discovering sex, dealing with racism and cultural traditions. Good acting & writing, but a little uncomfortable to watch at times, especially Aaron Eckhart's 'Roman Polanski-like' character.
    aaron eckhart was a complete creepazoid in that movie. ewww

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