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    Not that Uwe Boll hasnt done that already rofl
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kira View Post
    Yeah it is its got an pretty impressive lineup although weve still got Max Payne (Which i'm praying isnt an utter dissapoitnment) and a few others this year to look foward to still!
    Yeah hopefully it wont be horrible. Looking forward to Watchmen as well and the new Bond movie. Looks like a strong end to the year in terms of films.
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    Just watched Munich for the first time. Was far far better than I was expecting. Also had me somewhat on edge, heart racing etc. When the bed bomb went off I spilt my beer. Great film IMO.
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    Yeah Departed was an awesome movie, and i also read some reports somewhere that a sequel to it would be made with Mark Wahlberg in the lead, is that true or just a rumour.


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    A bit of both apparantly. Marky Mark did an interview about it in 2007 but theres been no information since Although it would make sense as the movie "The Departed" is based on did have a much bigger story so theres alot more ground to cover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender View Post
    Just watched Munich for the first time. Was far far better than I was expecting. Also had me somewhat on edge, heart racing etc. When the bed bomb went off I spilt my beer. Great film IMO.
    Munich is gun.
    Same story with me. Finally got around to watching it a while back. Way better than I was expecting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kira View Post
    A bit of both apparantly. Marky Mark did an interview about it in 2007 but theres been no information since Although it would make sense as the movie "The Departed" is based on did have a much bigger story so theres alot more ground to cover.
    I thought they "killed off" any possibilities of a sequel with the ending. Considering the story line of the original series of movies.

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    Finally FINALLY saw The Dark Knight. Almost wanted not to be sucked in by it's greatness, but it was a superb film for the cinemas. No doubt the hype will die down a bit when it comes to the DVD release, but it's an awesome film nonetheless. Wouldn't mind seeing it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden View Post
    The pencil bit is my favourite moment in cinema history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire View Post
    Though I wouldn't call it the best moment of cinema history, it really was a great frigging scene.
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    Oh yeah, it was a great scene, no doubt, it was just a bit sick IMO.

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    Yeah blood everywhere, disgusting!!!!1

    Was just a bam, gone!, flop to the floor. Lasted a second tops.
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    How is the movie Ramchand Pakistani? It has released in theatres in India and is getting very good reviews.

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    Pleasantly surprised to change the channels tonight and see Santa Claus Conquers The Martians on the local channel. The greatest film ever made, IMO.

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    The story involves the denizens of the planet Mars, including Momar ("Mom Martian") and Kimar ("King Martian") who are worried that their children Girmar ("Girl Martian") and Bomar ("Boy Martian") are watching too much Earth television, most notably station KID's interview with Santa Claus in his workshop at the North Pole. Consulting the ancient 800-year old Martian sage Chochem, they are advised that the children of Mars are growing distracted due to the society's overly rigid structure; from infancy, all their education is fed into their brains through machines, and they are not allowed individuality or freedom of thought.
    Chochem sadly notes that he had seen this coming "for centuries", and states that the only way to help the children is to allow them to have freedom, to be allowed to have fun. To do this, they need a Santa Claus figure, like on Earth. Leaving the sage's dwelling, the Martian leaders decide to kidnap Santa Claus from Earth and bring him to Mars to make toys for the children of their planet. One warmongering Martian, Voldar, is in constant disagreement with this idea and repeatedly tries to kill Santa Claus, as well as two kidnapped Earth children, as he believes that Santa is corrupting the children of Mars and turning them away from the race's original glory. Throughout the movie, Santa Claus makes several jokes to the kidnapped children, Betty and Billy Foster, laughing to himself and met with silence. He then slowly laughs in disappointment each time.
    When they arrive on Mars, Santa and the children build a factory to make toys for the Martian children. However, the grumpy Voldar and his assistants, Stobo and Shim, sabotage the factory and change the programming so that it makes the toys incorrectly. Meanwhile, Dropo, a moronic Martian who has been acting silly ever since Santa came to Mars, puts on one of Santa's spare suits and starts talking and acting like Santa Claus. He goes to the toy factory to make toys, but Voldar mistakes him for Santa Claus and kidnaps him.
    When Santa and the children come back to the factory to make more toys, they discover that the machine has been tampered with. Voldar and Stobo come back to the factory to make a deal with Kimar, but when they see the real Santa Claus in the factory they realize that their plan has been foiled. Dropo, held hostage in a cave, tricks Shim, who was guarding him, and escapes. Kimar then arrests Voldar, Stobo and Shim. Santa notices that Dropo is acting like him, and says that Dropo would make a good Martian Santa Claus. Kimar agrees to make Dropo a Santa Claus on Mars and sends Santa and the children back to Earth.



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