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    Have seen it. Not the greatest movie ever but enjoyed the concept and the movie overall.
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    Watched Eagle vs Shark last night. Napoleon Dynamite esque, but NZian.
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    Watched like half an hour of Barrio 13. Awesome action so far. Will need to catch the rest soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matteh View Post
    Watched Eagle vs Shark last night. Napoleon Dynamite esque, but NZian.
    Love that movie.

    Last night I watched Music & Lyrics. Typical Hugh Grant movie, but I have to admit those are a bit of a guilty pleasure for me.

    It's worth seeing for the 80s music video in the opening sequence alone IMO.


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    love in the time of cholera....pretty decent adaption of the book, javier bardem is excellent as the love-lorn florentino ariza...

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_ View Post
    Love that movie.

    Last night I watched Music & Lyrics. Typical Hugh Grant movie, but I have to admit those are a bit of a guilty pleasure for me.

    It's worth seeing for the 80s music video in the opening sequence alone IMO.
    Same tbh. Hugh Grant plays one character, but he plays it so damn well. Also 80s video, gun.

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    love in the time of cholera....pretty decent adaption of the book, javier bardem is excellent as the love-lorn florentino ariza...
    Saw that the other night, reckon it explains why my housemate sleeps around, although in his case the love of his life is now his step-sister, bummer.

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    I know this belongs in the Bollywood thread, but man I just saw Rang De Basanti for the second time and loved it even more than the first time I watched it. An absolute gem of a movie, and it doesn't need to be said that Aamir Khan is a genius.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matteh View Post
    Echo the Little Miss Sunshine sentiments.
    Yeah it was okay, I had high expectations after all the great reviews so it seemed a little average for my liking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matteh View Post
    Saw that the other night, reckon it explains why my housemate sleeps around, although in his case the love of his life is now his step-sister, bummer.
    that's going to be tough, and does he keep count?

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    Reckon he does, although i doubt he's up to 600+

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    Quote Originally Posted by masterblaster View Post
    Yeah it was okay, I had high expectations after all the great reviews so it seemed a little average for my liking.
    Watch it again, I thought it was crap the first time. Watched it about 6 months later and thought it was great, you pick up subtle parts of the film second time round. At least I did anyway, you might've picked them up and still not thought it was that good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matteh View Post
    Watched Eagle vs Shark last night. Napoleon Dynamite esque, but NZian.
    I wasn't expecting his reaction when greeted by his schooldays bully...

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    Saw Bienvenue Chez les Ch'tis (Welcome to the Land of the Ch'tis/Welcome to Ch'ti Country) recently, the most popular French film in years and certainly deserving of it. Really fantastic heartwarming comedy about a guy who is transferred to the North of France for two years as a punishment for lying to try and get a promotion, having lived in the South all his life. Basically in France the people of the South see the North as unbearably cold and absurdly backward, and this film makes light of that stereotype in often hilarious ways. It also manages to do so while painting the North in a very positive light. Particularly relevant film for me given that I live in the North this year - although I'm not in the precise region the film is set in (Nord-Pas-de-Calais), I'm close enough to know exactly what it's talking about. 9.5/10

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    I want to see the Ben Stein movie. He loosely relates to my personality.
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