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    Crazy, Stupid, Love. OMG. Why did I do this to myself? Altho Ryan G is so smoking hot, it occupied my mind thinking of the things I wanted to do to him.
    "The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits."

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    he is so fucking hot in that i just want him inside me pounding like a big penised gerbil
    we don't have to make love to have an orgasm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusalka View Post
    The Artist. I completely fell in love with it.
    Thanks for the review, cannot wait to see this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by caramel View Post
    he is so fucking hot in that i just want him inside me pounding like a big penised gerbil

    Well stated!

    I watched The Lovely Bones yesterday. Mark Wahlberg is incredible in this, as is Stanley Tucci, and the cinematography is beautiful (Peter Jackson directed it, I think) but the story is damn disturbing and sad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laxmobster View Post
    ^ Excellent review! It makes me actually want to go see it! My movie-buff friend has been talking about this for awhile now and I've gotten more curious each time. My hesitance has only been the silent part...
    My impression of it was that it's not really a typical silent film because it's been made for an audience that doesn't watch silent films, if that makes sense. So if you've avoided silent films before, that doesn't necessarily mean you won't like this one. There are even a few cute meta-jokes in it and two fantastic scenes with proper sound. To me it felt like the director wasn't being pretentious by making it silent, he was letting you in on the joke.

    Also, there isn't a huge reliance on "dialogue" throughout the film. It's not like you go through whole conversations where it keeps flipping to title cards. There aren't that many title cards in it at all. There's more of a reliance on things actually happening, facial expressions, and music. Plus one rude gesture that ridiculously made this movie PG-13 in the States

    It's a bit unusual at first but you get used to it after about 10 minutes. It's also easier watching it on the big screen because you actually have to pay attention.

    I will say if you're expecting some super complex intricate plot, you'll be disappointed. The story is fairly simple and recognizable: one man's star is diminishing, while someone else's is on the rise. Let the old make way for the young and all that. You can pretty much guess how it's going to go. I didn't find it heavy-handed (and I'm pretty sensitive to cheese) but I suppose some might. It has a handful of dramatic moments, but overall it's light and humourous. The ending melted my cold dead heart a little. Well, that and the adorable dog.

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    Thanks for the review, cannot wait to see this!
    You're welcome, hope you enjoy it as much as I did if you see it

    Sorry for writing the essay, I'm just still enchanted by it

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    Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - i really enjoyed this american remake. i didn't think i would! dan craig is smoking hot.

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    A Single Man with Colin Firth. Beautifully filmed movie but very sad. I love Colin Firth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by angelais View Post
    A Single Man with Colin Firth. Beautifully filmed movie but very sad. I love Colin Firth.
    The whole movie looks like a Tom Ford ad and I loved it!!!
    I remember watching it for the first time on a plane and I was bawling like cray. I bet the person next to me thought the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelais View Post
    A Single Man with Colin Firth. Beautifully filmed movie but very sad. I love Colin Firth.
    ever since that movie was released I've wanted to see it

    I can't seem to find it anywhere though
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    Young Adult, which I really enjoyed. I was afraid it was going to be slow, but it wasn't at all.

    The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, American remake. I thought it was great, though I haven't seen the Swedish version.

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    I watched the original "Airport" the other night on TV. Ah yes - the good old days at metropolitan airports. No security, smoking on the plane, boarding with a bomb in your briefcase instead of your underwear or in your shoes, and Dean Martin piloting the plane. Good times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by angelais View Post
    A Single Man with Colin Firth. Beautifully filmed movie but very sad. I love Colin Firth.
    Loved it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Seth82 View Post
    ever since that movie was released I've wanted to see it

    I can't seem to find it anywhere though
    You need to see this.


    I'm stopping by in here (even though I miss my movie man, Kingcap) to say that I turned on Avatar having never seen it. I'm trying real hard but it's not gonna happen. It looks pretty but the blue people move strangely and have tails. I don't like tails.

    Basically, I'm looking at it saying what the hell is this shit. Sci-fi isn't my genre, we can't like everything.

    Last week I tried The Hurt Locker. I love old war movies up until Vietnam but the Gulf War and Iraq bore me to tears. However, I forced myself to watch while I multi-tasked. Just wasn't my thing.

    I tried. Still won't see Titanic.

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    The Help. It was awesome. I cried at the end, but I'm also PMSing!
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    Took my ten year old to see We Bought a Zoo.


    It wasn't as bad as I thought. Predictable with a few heaping dashes of emotional manipulation but there are some pretty funny moments in it too that caught me off guard. Damon does fine in it but Scarlett almost ruined it for me. Too wooden (as usual) and the director clearly thought close ups of her well lit face would save her (didn't). The little girl in it is one of the cutest little kids I've seen in a long time... good little actress too. She steals the movie, imo.

    Worth renting for rainy Saturday or something.

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    I watched Up In The Air today. George Clooney is overrated in this movie. It was good, but I think overly hyped.
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