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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimmlok View Post
    I liked 'Sunshine', at least until it turned into 'Event Horizon'... not an action movie by a long shot, more of a slow burn film. Still good though.. they just didn't need Mr. Crispy in it.

    You know I pretty much agree with you. It was an alright film until they added the Sunshine dude, but that part was so stupid it turned me completely off the whole film.
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    'Any Given Sunday' for the millionth time. I love this movie for some reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttmunch View Post
    'Any Given Sunday' for the millionth time. I love this movie for some reason.
    The best football movie ever made. I've watched it a bajillion times too.
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    The latest Saw movie. I don't know why I bother, they're all the same.

    Joshua, which was a quirky little film. It has Sam Rockwell in it, who I always like. Weird film but interesting.


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    The Invasion- I actually liked it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    The best football movie ever made. I've watched it a bajillion times too.
    Agreed, followed closely by Remember The Titans.

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    Brokeback Mountain... I really love that movie. Caught in this morning when I got home, it was on HBO. I have the DVD, and was going to watch it this weekend..but HBO beat me to it...
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    I cant watch anything with Heath yet.

    I watched Johnny instead; Edward Scissorhands. I used to think it was a horror movie.

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    Juno,loved it
    eat a hot bowl of dicks.

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    ^^^ haha! me too. I LOVED it, i couldn't stop laughing . I think i am going to be watching some Heath movies tomorrow [with a box of tissues]

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    Romy & Michelle's Highschool Reunion - great movie!

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    Legally Blonde. Still funny as hell. And there was Casanova playing on TV but I couldn't get into it, it was kinda stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellini View Post
    The latest Saw movie. I don't know why I bother, they're all the same.
    Saw 4, right? I remember hearing about that not too long and being quite surprised, because I thought they were only doing three. I have seen the first two and I liked them both. Haven't seen number three yet. Still waiting for it to air on TMN.

    Last night I watched Making Love, an older film from the 80's. It is about a married doctor in his thirties who comes to terms with the fact that he is gay, has his first same-sex encounter [Harry Hamlin! lol], and comes out to his wife. It's a really good movie. I recommend it.
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    Eastern Promises yesterday afternoon and it was great. There was such good chemistry between Viggo and Naomi! I thought Viggo's accent was really good (but then again, I'm not Russian, so what do I know?). And I can see what some other posters said about Naomi's face. It was a little disconcerting to see her face shape change from scene to scene. If you don't pay attention to stuff like that though, you probably wouldn't even notice it.

    Then the hubby and I saw Untracable in the theaters last night. It was okay. Nothing to write home to mom about. Diane Lane is looking old and the lighting of the movie did nothing to help that. She's still pretty, but not nearly as pretty as she was in Unfaithful. It was really unnerving though, because the movie is based in a city very close to me. So just about every scene they would mention or show a place I was really familiar with. Or they would talk about the news (which was incoporated into the show quite a bit) and they actually had real newscasters, that I watch all the time, in the movie. It was kind of surreal. It just seemed like the city was a really big part of the movie, but I think I think that just because I'm so familiar with all of it.
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