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    Saw a comment from Barbara Broccoli describing the Casino Royale as the Holy Grail of Bond stories - that, and the fact its actually based on a Fleming novel, augers well.
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    Saw crossover a little while back. Great movie, and it's about basketball..which makes it even more great. But seriously, a serious movie about how most street ballers live their life.

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    Saw Children of the Corn on Foxtel. After it my initial thoughts were:

    What the hell was that, and why did I watch that instead of studying and giving myself a resemblance of hope of passing my Crim Law exam?

    Crazy movie, particularly the end which is just plain stupid.
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    Crank.

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    I watched The 40 Year Old Virgin and The Girl Next Door today. So horny afterwards.

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    I watched Kingdom of Heaven and Platoon yesterday.

    Seen them before tbh but it's interesting to see so many faces in Platoon that are in other films i've seen.
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    -V for Vendetta. A guilty pleasure on DVD...
    -Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children As above...
    -Ringu. Much better than that travesty of a remake from Gore Verbinski...
    -Ring 2. Japanese sequel to Ringu. Pretty decent, but essentially more of the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender
    Love that movie.
    Read the book though?
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    Just finished Trainspotting. So good.
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    Just watched Wedding Crashers again, love that film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burkey_1988
    Watched Trainspotting yesterday. The similarities between young Renton and Fuller are uncanny, and hopefully Fuller too will "choose life".
    Haha, I get this now.

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    Just saw The Departed after seeing the original Infernal Affairs.

    From someone that's seen both films, the original is far superior than the remake. If you look past the language barrier (I don't speak Cantonese), but if you look at the story, the acting and the production Infernal Affairs is a far superior film.

    While The Departed goes in very hard, is very gritty in it's language, in it's violence and it's character development, Infernal Affairs is a more sleek, streamlined and sophisticated film that is definitely more psychological and conveys more emotion than The Departed.

    Also I couldn't picture anybody apart from Andy Lau and Tony Leung in the roles of the two leading characters. While The Departed is a good film, Infernal Affairs is just that much better.
    Any fans of The Departed should definitely go out and rent the Infernal Affairs DVD as the original is the better film.
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    well I had to work at the cinema today, no idea why the hospitality agency send me to a cinema but I didnt mind...
    I had to check the tickets and made sure nobody tried to sneak into the Departed or tried to come in with false ID's and stuff(we got to 2 maroc kids in the end...500 people and always the same)
    we had to do two shifts(both at departed) so after the 1st shift, we decided(me and 2 other collegues) to go in and watch the movie..so we did..
    very nice movie, especially if you get payed 6 euro's an hour for just watching a movie.
    and doing a bit of work after and before it..
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    Watched "The Wrong Man."

    Really enjoyable movie, for mine.

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