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    Confessions of a Shopaholic with Isla Fischer. Awful. Just awful.
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    Iron Man 2. I liked the first one a lot better. Mickey is so damn gross,....hated having to see his face for 90 minutes. He does play dirty well, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    Confessions of a Shopaholic with Isla Fischer. Awful. Just awful.
    I hated this movie. I loved the books and thought the movie would be another light hearted funny chick flick. They ruined the story!

    I did see Life As We Know It this weekend. It was predictable but still pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sluce View Post
    I did see Life As We Know It this weekend. It was predictable but still pretty good.
    i liked it, i thought it was cute and it entertained me on a sunday afternoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aabbcc View Post
    The Sentinel

    I read the book a long time ago and thoroughly enjoyed it, so I was happy for the chance to see the movie - a religious 'horror' flick from the 70's. Beautiful *cough* model with ugly 70's clothing moves into a big, vine-covered brownstone in Brooklyn and meets several strange neighbours. Later, she discovers the brownstone is empty except for herself and a blind priest who lives on the top floor and never moves from the window overlooking the street. It is discovered quite early on that the strange, non-existent neighbours are all dead murderers. *cue music from The Twilight Zone*

    If you want to know more, you'll have to watch the movie yourself, or get the book from the library.

    Mwahahaha.
    I love that movie. An awesome 70's horror movie.


    The Messenger- Woody Harrelson, Ben Foster, Samantha Mathis

    It was about military death notification detail. Very good. Foster is an excellent actor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post

    The Messenger- Woody Harrelson, Ben Foster, Samantha Mathis

    It was about military death notification detail. Very good. Foster is an excellent actor.
    sounds like a good flick, I'll have to rent it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sluce View Post
    I hated this movie. I loved the books and thought the movie would be another light hearted funny chick flick. They ruined the story!
    I was hoping for something along the lines of The Devil Wears Prada, Mean Girls, or even the wildly uneven The Nanny Diaries. It wasn't even close. Plus, Isla Fischer looks like a changeling.
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    'in the loop'
    oh man, i haven't laughed this much in a while. and the best swearing i've heard in a long time too.
    'fuckity bye' is my new favourite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    'in the loop'
    oh man, i haven't laughed this much in a while. and the best swearing i've heard in a long time too.
    'fuckity bye' is my new favourite.
    I loved that movie. I adore Tom Hollander.


    I just watched His Girl Friday for the millionth time, and all I can say is if you've never seen it, you're missing out. One of the fastest wittiest movies ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    ^^^
    have you seen the original?
    no i haven't, is it different or better?



    i just watched "the last exorcism".
    i rarely say this, but this is a crappy POS movie, please do not waste your time and especially not your money on this! i'm a huge horror movie fan and i'm scared by the most ridiculous things, but this movie is so bad, it's like a slap in the face. there's one scene that's semi-interesting and that's about the last 10-5 minutes. out of 10 stars this is a -5, seriously.
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    ^^^
    the original is by michael haneke, the austrian director. and it's in german. it's fucking crazy to say the least. it's not all that different because it is the same director but you get a totally different feel from it and i found it more powerful than the remake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aabbcc View Post
    The Sentinel

    I read the book a long time ago and thoroughly enjoyed it, so I was happy for the chance to see the movie - a religious 'horror' flick from the 70's. Beautiful *cough* model with ugly 70's clothing moves into a big, vine-covered brownstone in Brooklyn and meets several strange neighbours. Later, she discovers the brownstone is empty except for herself and a blind priest who lives on the top floor and never moves from the window overlooking the street. It is discovered quite early on that the strange, non-existent neighbours are all dead murderers. *cue music from The Twilight Zone*

    If you want to know more, you'll have to watch the movie yourself, or get the book from the library.

    Mwahahaha.
    I saw this movie a long time ago, and it was one of the coolest, creepiest horror movies of its time. The finale (not the denouement) is very disturbing. I shudder to think where they got their extras from.

    Also, it had a pretty stellar cast for such a small movie -- practically a who's who of great actors - Jose Ferrer, Eli Wallach, Christopher Walken, Ava Gardner, Sylvia Miles, Beverly D'Angelo, Burgess Meredith, John Carradine, Martin Balsam, and on and on.... And if you check IMDB, even Jeff Goldblum, William Hickey, Richard Dreyfuss, and Tom Berenger have brief parts. You could make a great drinking game out of this movie.

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    'Reservoir Dogs'. I love this film!

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    Chicken Little [2005]- Very cute


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    Despicable me

    Loved it, very funny and cute
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