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    Saw 1408 tonight.
    Not too bad now.
    I enjoy those psychological movies though.
    And of course it has Samuel L. Jackson in so you know it must be good
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    Dislike films like that, never found the fun in that genre. Which is a shame, as any film with John Cusack (bar America's Sweethearts) should be a good watch.
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    Worth going seeing though imo

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    I'll leave it to someone else ta

    Remember seeing the trailer and thinking 'If i had the stomach, i bet thats quite a good film.' Alas, i am a wuss, so i'm going to pass on it


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    Saw Almost Famous again last night, deadset one of my favourite movies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1-9-7-7 View Post
    Saw 1408 tonight.
    Not too bad now.
    I enjoy those psychological movies though.
    And of course it has Samuel L. Jackson in so you know it must be good
    Snakes On A Plane......... Saying that, it wasn't that bad.
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    Liam Neeson was pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseboy64 View Post
    Snakes On A Plane......... Saying that, it wasn't that bad.
    Yeah but it has the best movie title ever.

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    Last couple of films i've seen

    Tenacious D: Pick of Destiny. Has its moments, but a film cant abide by Jack Blacks quirkyness alone. Thought this of School of Rock, Black cant carry a film as the main focus, gets a bit too wearisome. However, as a secondary character (High Fidelity, Orange County) he's awsome. i'd give it 5/10 i'm afraid. Actually, make it 6, because the songs are class.

    Mr & Mrs Smith: Not bad, could've been a lot more though. Cant fault the acting, but the script seems a bit rushed and gimmicky. Giving it 7/10 for the acting performances (plus a bonus for Vince Vaughan, basically sitting by and watching Brad Pitt have an affair, then swooping in to pick up the leftovers.)

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    Saw Tenacious D recently has well. Not bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpr View Post
    Last couple of films i've seen

    Tenacious D: Pick of Destiny. Has its moments, but a film cant abide by Jack Blacks quirkyness alone. Thought this of School of Rock, Black cant carry a film as the main focus, gets a bit too wearisome. However, as a secondary character (High Fidelity, Orange County) he's awsome. i'd give it 5/10 i'm afraid. Actually, make it 6, because the songs are class.

    Mr & Mrs Smith: Not bad, could've been a lot more though. Cant fault the acting, but the script seems a bit rushed and gimmicky. Giving it 7/10 for the acting performances (plus a bonus for Vince Vaughan, basically sitting by and watching Brad Pitt have an affair, then swooping in to pick up the leftovers.)

    Disagree with School of Rock. Enjoyed the movie from beginning to end. Black was so perfect for the role.
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