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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Was the film direction the same, or similar to The Bourne Supremacy? That is, try-hard shaking camera? Since they're using the same director as Supremacy rather than the one who did Identity I imagine it may be the case?
    To quote one of my favourite film reviewers "The action in this movie is top-notch (despite the ******* camera)."

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    Just saw Brokeback Mountain which means I've seen all of the 2005 oscar nominated films now and no way any of them were better than Good Night, and Good Luck.

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    i thought the bourne ultimatum was pretty good in fairness, the sequence shot in waterloo was superb, just unfortunate that the rest of the film isnt quite as good, gets a bit samey and silly in places, but still one of the better action films made in recent years, better than any of the recent james bond films thats for sure.

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    ...just watching Breakfast At Tiffanys....one of my favourite films,not a classic but Audrey Hepburn looks very chic....
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    Just saw Murder by Death (1976) by Mel Brooks. Not his best, but entertaining nevertheless.
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    Just watched The Bourne Ultimatum. Absolutely loved it. The camera work was still stupid in parts (why shake the camera during convos at a cafe?) but I thought the little twist (which I picked up on in the first few mins of the movie, then thought I was wrong, when I was in fact right) was nice.
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    ... Just read an article in the Times about Blade Runner...Ridley Scott has finally come up with a version of the film that wont 'irritate him'...and so there is Blade Runner:The Final Cut,due out on DVD on December 3rd,which is only a minute longer,but has a new ending giving Deckard an existential exit line...and no voiceover by Ford either(as in Blade Runner:The Director's Cut)......wonder if it will be worth getting a third edited version..?

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    Saw Bourne Ultimatum the other night, good bar 2 points

    The afformentioned ******* camera

    THe fact its clearly been cut down without thought (think of the heart to heart between Bourne and Nikki, alluding to his past..... built up to be a key point, then absolutely no follow through)
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    Just finished watching The Butterfly Effect.

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    Is Superbad good?
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    Just watched One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest for the first time. What a movie!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by roseboy64 View Post
    Is Superbad good?
    The trailers look absolutely awesome, can't wait to see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightprowler10 View Post
    Just watched One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest for the first time. What a movie!!
    nicholson is just fantastic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyc View Post
    The trailers look absolutely awesome, can't wait to see it.
    Yeah looks hilarious, saw the tralior in the cinema.
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    Just gone to see Atonement...excellent film. Keira Knightly and James McAvoy starring.

    Not read the book,which i will do now. Its a drama so may not appeal to all...the acting

    tho is superb,both main leads. The ending is not what you expect,and the war

    scenes quite compelling...visually quite beautiful..one to take your gilriend to i would

    think...



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