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    Cable: Casino. With the usual suspects Robert DeNiro and Joe Pesci.
    And a prominent role for Sharon Stone (who looked gorgeous). Still,
    just how many variations of the word F*** can one take? That and
    the extremely violent scenes started getting on my nerves after a while
    and I don't have a weak stomache or something. It was all just a bit much.
    And loooooooooooooong.
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    The Nutty Professor- a bit dated and the end was predictable, but overall I liked it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFolie View Post
    The Nutty Professor- a bit dated and the end was predictable, but overall I liked it.
    The sixties or the nineties version?

    I watched Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. Still not sure what to make of it, or whether I even enjoyed it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HWBL View Post
    Cable: Casino. With the usual suspects Robert DeNiro and Joe Pesci.
    And a prominent role for Sharon Stone (who looked gorgeous). Still,
    just how many variations of the word F*** can one take? That and
    the extremely violent scenes started getting on my nerves after a while
    and I don't have a weak stomache or something. It was all just a bit much.
    And loooooooooooooong.
    i love casino. in part because of the excessive violence and language. it's pure scorsese. not one of his top 5 but definitely a great movie. de niro's performance is particularly strong here, and subtle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittylady View Post
    The sixties or the nineties version?

    I watched Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. Still not sure what to make of it, or whether I even enjoyed it.
    The sixties version.
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    Death Proof by Tarantino. I loved the second part.

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    I'll Sleep When I'm Dead. I have seen it twice before, but never in its entirety. I started watching Sunday night, and will finish it tonight. Stars Clive Owen and Jonathan Rhys-Meyers (who annoys me, but it's a good movie). Disturbing & well-acted. A former gangster (Owen) sets out to find out why his baby brother (Rhys-Meyers) committed suicide. The reason why is heartbreaking and vengeance-inducing. Clive is an amazing screen presence.

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    Friday with Ice Cube and Chris Tucker. No matter how many times I have seen this movie, I always crack up. Just love it.
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    Yentl. Love the movie. Damn Mandy Patinkin was so freaking sexy in that movie.

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    Ink.

    Bizarre, dark, visually interesting, emotional. Some weak acting in parts and bit hokey in a few ways, but overall, loved it.

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    "The Orphan". Not as good as I expected.

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    Shutter Island

    I was expecting something more spooky and exciting. Over all, found it kind of boring.

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    Just watched Bonnie and Clyde. Had never seen it before. Made me think of HWBL

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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    I'll Sleep When I'm Dead. I have seen it twice before, but never in its entirety. I started watching Sunday night, and will finish it tonight. Stars Clive Owen and Jonathan Rhys-Meyers (who annoys me, but it's a good movie). Disturbing & well-acted. A former gangster (Owen) sets out to find out why his baby brother (Rhys-Meyers) committed suicide. The reason why is heartbreaking and vengeance-inducing. Clive is an amazing screen presence.

    Finally finished this...Clive Owen is such and underrated actor. Charlotte Rampling played his old gf and she is amazing and underrated too. The ending, however, I didn't like so much.
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    The Brothers Solomon [2007]- Stupid, kinda funny.



    Little Indian, Big City [1994]- Just because Arielle Dombasle was hot.


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