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    Watched Capitalism: A love Story. Thought it was pretty good and got its point across. Moore, no matter the criticisms concerning his one-sided presentation of facts, knows how to make an excellent documentary. The combination of old archive and current day footage was very well done.
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    Watched Mike Bassett England Manager for the first time in about two years today. Has lost none of it's charm. Comfortably one of the funniest films I have seen, probably wouldn't have the same appeal to someone who would not understand a load of football jokes based on 80s or 90s references, but nevermind, 8/10.

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    Went to see Io sono l'amore..I am love, with Tilda Swinton

    Have to say she is pretty amazing .. the film is quite emotionally intense,complex,sensual..probs not to everyones taste..but it is well worth going to see..seems to split people into 2 distinct camps..i loved it..pure cinema and i think a bit of a minor masterpiece..perhaps its just the Italian backdrop i dont know..but still..worth making the effort to go and see it,if not for Tilda Swintons beautiful Italian and Russian language skills alone!...
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    Watched In The Loop and The Informant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KiWiNiNjA View Post
    Watched In The Loop and The Informant!

    Both hilarious.
    AWTA. Some fantastic quotes in In The Loop, mainly from the one character...
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    Quote Originally Posted by vogue View Post
    Went to see Io sono l'amore..I am love, with Tilda Swinton

    Have to say she is pretty amazing .. the film is quite emotionally intense,complex,sensual..probs not to everyones taste..but it is well worth going to see..seems to split people into 2 distinct camps..i loved it..pure cinema and i think a bit of a minor masterpiece..perhaps its just the Italian backdrop i dont know..but still..worth making the effort to go and see it,if not for Tilda Swintons beautiful Italian and Russian language skills alone!...
    I've heard that the score is a bit intrusive at times. Did you find that was the case?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender View Post
    AWTA. Some fantastic quotes in In The Loop, mainly from the one character...
    Watched The Thick of It at all?
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    Was watching True Romance again today, and I gotta say; this must be one of the greatest scenes ever:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    I've heard that the score is a bit intrusive at times. Did you find that was the case?
    ..depends.. if you were watching it after a long haul flight then i can imagine you may lose interest in the plot..and the music may intrude on your sleep catch up...saw it at the Curzon in London,which is a lovely little independant arts cinema,but a little small..perhaps its best seen in a larger cinema..to help with the surround sound of the music..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matteh View Post
    Watched The Thick of It at all?
    Half an episode on TV. Have tried to find it with no luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vogue View Post
    ..depends.. if you were watching it after a long haul flight then i can imagine you may lose interest in the plot..and the music may intrude on your sleep catch up...saw it at the Curzon in London,which is a lovely little independant arts cinema,but a little small..perhaps its best seen in a larger cinema..to help with the surround sound of the music..
    Yeah. I've heard some of the scenes are quite spectacular. Maybe a bigger cinema might be the way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikki View Post
    Was watching True Romance again today, and I gotta say; this must be one of the greatest scenes ever:

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    Haha it's a great film actually, bit underated for mine.

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    Went to see Prince Of Persia...lol, Jake Gyllenhall ....and...

    The film is really good ..very entertaining,lots of sword swinging and nice action pieces...

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    I saw Jacob's Ladder. Awesome movie but it is strictly not for u-18 people. Loads of gore and violence but splendid concept. 8-10



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