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    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post
    Really? I don't know anyone that thought the film was good. I know many people liked the book, but not the movie.

    It was a great favorite with the 20-something girls at uni, though, just like Shakespeare in Love, for that matter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundance View Post
    Saw V

    if you've seen any of the other 4, you've pretty much seen it. Same old same old. Except maybe not as good as any of the other 4 to be honest.
    I've seen number one and two. Absolutely loved the first one. I watched it with my son and neither of us saw that twist coming at the end. Didn't really mind the second, for a sequel it didn't totally suck. I have been watching for the others to show up on the Canadian movie channels and so far nothing. They must have aired, but I really don't know how I could have missed three of them! Good grief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aabbcc View Post
    I've seen number one and two. Absolutely loved the first one. I watched it with my son and neither of us saw that twist coming at the end. Didn't really mind the second, for a sequel it didn't totally suck. I have been watching for the others to show up on the Canadian movie channels and so far nothing. They must have aired, but I really don't know how I could have missed three of them! Good grief.
    I really liked the first one. They fooled me too. This one was on The Movie Channel On Demand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFolie View Post
    It was a great favorite with the 20-something girls at uni, though, just like Shakespeare in Love, for that matter
    I admit, I love those two movies
    /runs away
    (hey wait, I'm still a 20-something, does it redeem me? )
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    ^No. *gathers stones*
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    inception. ****

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaii22 View Post
    inception. ****
    read thread title, need to know more!~
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    Scott Pilgram vs The World. How to describe it??? It's graphic novel meets video game. I loved it!

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    Paranormal Entity

    Scary but not as scary as Paranormal Activity.
    It did have parts that were almost like PA but different.
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    The Fourth Kind

    If you have any interest at all in aliens and alien abductions, watch this movie.

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    Center Stage. Very so-so and poorly acted. I only watched it to see Ilia Kulik's one and only film role.
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    Gilda - pretty good film. I was mesmerised by Rita Hayworth, such charisma!

    Annie Hall - not as good as Hannah and her Sisters, but it's a very clever film. Diane Keaton was especially good in this.
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    The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo - 2009

    At 2.5 hours long...it was way too long. The first hour and a half was so slow, but after that it really picked up.

    The performances were excellent. Loved the actress who played Lisbeth; she was so good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cool girl View Post
    The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo - 2009

    At 2.5 hours long...it was way too long. The first hour and a half was so slow, but after that it really picked up.

    The performances were excellent. Loved the actress who played Lisbeth; she was so good.

    I just watched this as well. It was great - and pretty much followed the book exactly. The rape scene was difficult to watch. That Bjurman guy skeeved me out. The actress who played Lisbeth was awesome. After seeing her performance I just don't think anyone else can do the role any justice.
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    My boyfriend and I went to see "Inception" last night...I wanted to go see something different, because I kind of had a feeling I wouldn't be too into this...but he insisted on seeing this so I caved...yeeeah, he was snoring within the first half hour, which I was pretty pissed about because not only did I not want to see this in the first place but it was just a complete waste of time and money...well, not long after I found myself drifting off to sleep too...

    I don't know, maybe the second time around (if that ever happens) I'll feel differently but it was just too damn long! And Leo needs to venture into other types of roles, he is basically playing the same guy in every damn movie.

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