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    That precise reason made Underworld watchable.
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    I watched the second one on the pure reason that NIN were in the advert for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matteh View Post
    That precise reason made Underworld watchable.

    ...that wasnt as bad a film as Van Helsing..i managed to watch it all the way through...

    some films should be drowned at birth....Van Helsing being one of them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vogue View Post
    ....not even Kate Beckinsale dressed all in leather could make me stay......
    tbh, i couldnt get out of my seat, obvious bulge showing.

    Only film i've ever walked out on was The Thin Red Line. Really lost the plot. Got so bored of it once the main guy died half way through. Unfortunatly the lights came on just as we got to the door, so technically made it to the end, though the intent was there.
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    Watched Jackass The Movie 1 last night, pretty god damn funny like the other movie. I could watch it over and over again, although not as good as the 2nd one.
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    Day of the Jackal is on tonight. Easily in my top 3 films, mostly because Edward Fox is pretty gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpr View Post
    Only film i've ever walked out on was The Thin Red Line. Really lost the plot. Got so bored of it once the main guy died half way through. Unfortunatly the lights came on just as we got to the door, so technically made it to the end, though the intent was there.
    Hahaha. I walked out of the Thin Red Line as well. Dreadful, overblown pretentious crap. The only other film I've walked out on was Contact.
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    in fairness to the film though, it started off well. And Woody Harrelson blowing his own arse of with a grenade is pretty funny. Mind you, i laughed at Saving Private Ryan (both the wrong private ryan bit, and the guy at the beggining walking on the beach, who picks his own arm up.), so my humour is pretty dark

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpr View Post
    Mind you, i laughed at Saving Private Ryan (both the wrong private ryan bit, and the guy at the beggining walking on the beach, who picks his own arm up.), so my humour is pretty dark
    Haha! So did I

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    Saw Rush hour 3....gr8 movie IMO...dunno y everyone hates it....ok..its not as gd as the previous ones....but even then...its definitely worth a watch...

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    Finally watched the Simpsons movie. Was better than I thought it would be, but that might be due to my low expectations of the movie. Very disappointed Mr. Burns didn't have a bigger role in the story. FFS, crisis in Springfield and Monty has one scene?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightprowler10 View Post
    Finally watched the Simpsons movie. Was better than I thought it would be, but that might be due to my low expectations of the movie. Very disappointed Mr. Burns didn't have a bigger role in the story. FFS, crisis in Springfield and Monty has one scene?
    gd call...it was a pretty gd movie....but did u watch at the cinemas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nishant View Post
    gd call...it was a pretty gd movie....but did u watch at the cinemas?
    Of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightprowler10 View Post
    Of course.
    same here....was it just me cos i felt i cud have watched this on t.v...after all....it is the simpsons isnt it?



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