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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    So save your condescending eye-rolling and your presumption on what I should bother to watch or what I like. My post was just an opinion; your opinion isn't the "right one," nor is it worth any more than anyone else's and you can disagree without being rude.
    You'll notice I wasn't merely replying to you, but also someone esle who stated they didn't like romantic comedies. Besides you're the one who said "I want to check out Atonement but also fear it will be chick-flicky". Besides, I'm not being condescending, and sure it is just my opinion that I stated this as "one of the best romantic comedies of 2007", where you stated "piece of crap"...Mmmh, I guess don't really see nuanced opinion in your post either.

    Anyway, when I talk movies, I do know what I'm talking about, and if you can't see the mastery that went into creating the images of this film, then yes, it is too bad for you. Don't expect me to be sorry for stating my opinion, just like you, just because I don't agree with you and say so. And yes, I will roll eyes.

    Quote Originally Posted by january View Post
    This is the ending I saw (highlight so I don't spoil it for everyone): Cusack dies while he sets the film on fire, Samuel L Jackson finds his tape recorder and tries to return it to his wife who refuses, last shot of Cusack wandering around (and then fading) in 1408.
    You saw the "unrated/director's cut" ending then. the studio cut is this (highlight): Firemen bust in the room, drag John Cusack out. He wakes in hospital, his wife is there, they get back together. While they move back in together, he's writing a book on his experiences, wife comments he's writing this one quickly, "I already wrote it" says he. Wife complains about Cusack's personal things rescued from the fire, Cusack gets dictaphone and says she can chuck the rest. Cusack proceeds to play dictaphone and we hear the ghost of the daughter speaking to Cusack. Wife looks on in shock and horror while Cusack stares back filled with determined grief. The End.
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    Last night, I watched No Country For Old Men and I loved it! The whole cast was amazing.
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    Purple Rain.. I love Prince he is the BEST! High heels and all!!
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    I just spent my day at the movies watching all this year's Best Picture nominees. 12 hours in the same movie seat. My take:

    Michael Clayton: Enjoyable movie, but I was confused for about the first half due to the time shifting. Heard similar comments from most around me.

    There Will Be Blood: The acting was excellent, but it didn't seem to be going anywhere until about the last 30 minutes, and then everything happened all at once. I liked it, it was an excellent character study, but not my favorite movie. Daniel Day Lewis deserves the Best Actor award for it, he was so good here.

    Atonement: This movie would have been a million times better with a capable lead actress. Keira Knightley sucks and ruined every scene she was in with some of the worst line delivery I've seen in a while. It's clear why she was "snubbed" for this role, she sucked.

    Juno: Funny, but seemed like it was trying too hard, and I didn't like that it did seem to glorify teen pregnancy a bit. There really were no repercussions for her whatsoever, and no parent I know would ever react to their teen daughter's pregnancy the way they did in the movie.

    No Country For Old Men: Brilliant and haunting. It was the last movie shown of the day, and I'm still thinking about it an hour and a half later. It was perfectly suspenseful and managed to draw the audience in and keep them in the movie the entire time. Considering this one started at hour 10 of the day, that's a pretty impressive feat. Javier Bardem is fantastic and should win Best Supporting Actor. This is also my pick for Best Picture.

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    I checked out Revenge of the Sith again, because I was bored. Even though it was the best movie of the new Star Wars trilogy, which isn't saying much, Hayden Christensen still drags that movie down. Which is funny, since he was better in Shattered Glass.

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    Elizabeth: The Golden Age. I enjoyed it immensely, but it really needs to be seen on the big screen to do it justice.

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    Becoming Jane, it was quite good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoDayButToday View Post
    Juno: Funny, but seemed like it was trying too hard, and I didn't like that it did seem to glorify teen pregnancy a bit. There really were no repercussions for her whatsoever, and no parent I know would ever react to their teen daughter's pregnancy the way they did in the movie.
    I have not seen this movie, so I can't comment on that specifically; however, as the mother of a teen girl, I would be horrified if she got pregnant ... and when I was done crying buckets of tears, I'd be screaming and kicking her ass. I can't even imagine the anger and disappointment I would feel. I've talked to her about it a lot and she knows it's a stupid thing to do, but even if you protect yourself, there's always that chance if you have sex. Luckily, she hates babies and thinks they're gross, so when the time comes, I think she'll be very careful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacific breeze View Post
    Elizabeth: The Golden Age. I enjoyed it immensely, but it really needs to be seen on the big screen to do it justice.
    i liked it too. it's so campy.
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    Pride & Predjudice
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    Quote Originally Posted by aabbcc View Post
    I have not seen this movie, so I can't comment on that specifically; however, as the mother of a teen girl, I would be horrified if she got pregnant ... and when I was done crying buckets of tears, I'd be screaming and kicking her ass. I can't even imagine the anger and disappointment I would feel. I've talked to her about it a lot and she knows it's a stupid thing to do, but even if you protect yourself, there's always that chance if you have sex. Luckily, she hates babies and thinks they're gross, so when the time comes, I think she'll be very careful.

    *knock wood* *knock wood* *knock wood*
    EXACTLY. In the movie they were like "oh, let's get you some prenatal vitamins then". The most disapproval from her parents was her dad saying "I thought you were a girl who knew when to say when". That was it. Other than that they were FULLY ok with it. It was completely ridiculous and unrealistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariesoleil View Post
    Pride & Predjudice
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    ^^ With Keira
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    I watched The Breakfast Club again for the upteenth time. The clothes and music is dated, but I still love it.

    Too bad those kids didn't go on to have better careers, because some of them (Judd Nelson) seemed very talented.
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    I saw that Jumper movie yesterday. Um it was kinda fucking stupid and did'nt make any sense (why people who teleport is such a threat to others I'll never know), but Hayden Christensen is still hot and I was watching cuz of him so whatever.

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