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    The last few pages have been stupid, waste of time flicking through them.

    Just watched Saw IV, wasnt as bad as i expected, some silly bits, but worth watching.

    Also watched Blood Diamond again, excellent film, Di Caprio is awesome. Will probably end up re-watching The Departed again tomorrow, which is a better film, those who havent seen these two, i would recommend hiring them out.

    Also watched The Hills Have Eyes II last night. Was tempted to turn it off after 10 minutes, wish i did, so boring, and the gore wasnt even that bad. If anyone has watched the first one and is thinking about hiring out the second, save the money.
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    Watched Juno the other day. Didn't meet my high expectations. Juno was too cool to be 16. The dialogue too.......i don't know....un-16ish.

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    Saw the Lives of Others last night. Another excellent piece of German cinema, though I did find the main character's change in heart from ruthless Stasi officer to sympathiser a little too quick to be really believable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KiWiNiNjA View Post
    Watched Juno the other day. Didn't meet my high expectations. Juno was too cool to be 16. The dialogue too.......i don't know....un-16ish.
    Being pregnant at 16 isnít very cool, its almost as sad as posting on an internet forum.

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    Saw Shoot Em Up, was fun for the first half hour, then got a bit boring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KiWiNiNjA View Post
    Watched Juno the other day. Didn't meet my high expectations. Juno was too cool to be 16. The dialogue too.......i don't know....un-16ish.
    I thought it was good, IMO.

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    I just watched

    Family Guy: Stewie Griffins untold story or whatever. Not the best. I was expecting way better then that!

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    the stranger .... a 1946 film .... it's a nice drama abt the quest to find Nazi war criminals .... liked Orsen Wells' Citizen Kane so thought abt checking the stranger out and found that Wells keeps up to his high standards .... the stranger reminded me of the Indian film Fanaa
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    Just finished watching the 3:10 to Yuma, fantastic western.

    Must watch movie if you're a western fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Just finished watching the 3:10 to Yuma, fantastic western.

    Must watch movie if you're a western fan.
    New one or old one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cover drive man View Post
    New one or old one?
    New one, Russell Crowe and Christan Bale.

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    I am really excited about the new Hulk movie, though disappointed that they don't have Eric bana in this one, but still the trailer looks amazing and though the last Hulk movie wasn't great but it wasn't also as bad as many people made out it to be, Hulk in the new movie looks a lot more realistic, the Hulk in the last movie almost looked like an over-grown cousin of Shrek, anyways i am not too happy with the guy they have picked to play Bruce banner, but still can't wait to watch this movie.
    Anyways i heard Horton hears a who is doing great at the B.O, i feel really good for Carrey, his career was really going through some rough weather lately, he is such a fine actor and i hope he can somehow revive his career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pup11 View Post
    I am really excited about the new Hulk movie, though disappointed that they don't have Eric bana in this one, but still the trailer looks amazing and though the last Hulk movie wasn't great but it wasn't also as bad as many people made out it to be, Hulk in the new movie looks a lot more realistic, the Hulk in the last movie almost looked like an over-grown cousin of Shrek, anyways i am not too happy with the guy they have picked to play Bruce banner, but still can't wait to watch this movie.
    Anyways i heard Horton hears a who is doing great at the B.O, i feel really good for Carrey, his career was really going through some rough weather lately, he is such a fine actor and i hope he can somehow revive his career.
    I really like Jim Carrey too...I think he needs to give up on the comedy though until he oversees it himself. I liked Ace Ventura and Dumb and Dumber but since then it's been pretty poor with typically dumbed down Hollywood efforts. Loved Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
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    the Last King of Scotland .... what a film!!! It's a window to the life of the infamous Idi Amin .... Forest Whitaker is awesome in it



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