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    broke down and took my 16 yo daughter to see A Christmas Carol 3D (with Jim Carrey). it wasn't too bad. the 3D was cool, but it was just so-so.

    and i had to pay extra for the stupid 3D glasses. They were collecting them at the end, and i refused to give them up.
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    lost in translation for the umpteenth time. absolutely awesome, i still love it as much as the first time that i saw it. bill murray has so many great lines in this film & it's totally him at his best...love him in a subdued role like this. i love how there's no real "point" to it...it's just a bunch of great scenes that add up to a beautiful film. great soundtrack, too. i don't think sofia coppola can ever live up to this film...it's truly one-of-a-kind. i already want to watch it again.
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    The American President: Michael Douglas is still among the best movie presidents, along with Harrison Ford and Morgan Freeman.

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    took the most long-ass flight of my life the other day, 14.5 hours, so i watched a bunch of movies on the plane.

    harry potter and the half-blood prince - as usual, doesn't even compare to the books but i'm such a harry potter whore that i'll take any opportunity to plunge into the atmosphere of the books. it's actually one of the better hp films though of course half the story is missing but then how do you cram so much into two hours?

    julie and julia - typical nora ephron. light and easy. but competently acted so it passes the time. meryl streep is wonderful as julia child but it almost makes you wish someone would have made a real movie about julia child instead of this fluff.

    the young victoria - british costume drama with emily blunt as a young queen victoria and rupert friend (keira knightley's manorexic boyfriend) as prince albert. typical romantic costume drama stuff but well acted, i was especially surprised by rupert friend.

    then my attention span dropped and i watched a bunch of simpsons and family guy episodes on my ipod touch.


    Quote Originally Posted by ang View Post
    lost in translation for the umpteenth time. absolutely awesome, i still love it as much as the first time that i saw it. bill murray has so many great lines in this film & it's totally him at his best...love him in a subdued role like this. i love how there's no real "point" to it...it's just a bunch of great scenes that add up to a beautiful film. great soundtrack, too. i don't think sofia coppola can ever live up to this film...it's truly one-of-a-kind. i already want to watch it again.
    i adore this movie as well. it's just beautiful and tender and funny and melancholy and just beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny Lane View Post
    'In Bruges'.. I was not impressed. I remember Colin winning a Golden Globe for this and thought 'Man, I have to watch that... it must be a great movie'.. not at all. I can appreciate dark humor, but I guess this was just lost on me or something. The fact that I was distracted, cooking, talking on the phone, going in and out of the room while it was on may have had a lot to do with it... maybe I'll give it another go when I can really focus on it, but yea, I was surprised that I didn't enjoy it as much as I would have expected.
    oh yes please watch it again in some time. if you are really into dark humour I am sure you will like that movie. I saw it twice because I liked it that much

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    ^^^
    i agree. penny, you have to give it another try. it's fucking awesome.
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    The new Star Trek movie. It was pretty good
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    Full Metal Jacket, Dead Ringers, The Tenant... lots... not into comedy at the moment, as you can see...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightdragon View Post
    The new Star Trek movie. It was pretty good
    Yeah, I liked it, too. But I'm not a Trek purist, so I was viewing it from a strictly entertainment perspective, I'm sure a lot of die-hards were tearing it apart! Chris Pine was great as usual. Nice to see a pretty face that can act!

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    Quarantine: An unintentionally funny horror movie. It stars Jennifer Carpenter from 'Dexter,' which is one reason it was so bad. I thought she just sucked on 'Dexter,' but she's just a bad, annoying actress across the board.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap72 View Post
    The American President: Michael Douglas is still among the best movie presidents, along with Harrison Ford and Morgan Freeman.
    absolutely LOVE that movie! one of my faves.
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    I zapped to Donnie Darko yesterday evening. I already saw it a few years ago. It's a movie that's worth watching twice, imo.

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    The Ugly Truth - a piece of shit.

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    Manhattan. Haven't finished viewing it, though. Not into it at all. It seems so pointless and mannered...
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    Taking of Pelham 123, very good. Was hard to not remember his son died while filming. Anyone else notice how many references to buttfucking he made in it??
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