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    Quentin Tarantino's - Kill Billl


    Very very weird, blood effects over the top... Good watch though
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    Originally posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    Quite possibly the greatest movie ever made.
    Lawerence of Arabia would be right up there?

    I must be the only one who hasnt taken an interest in LOTR.
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    Originally posted by PY
    Just finished watching 'The Green Mile' and found it epic. Three hours of quality, well thought out film.

    Recommend to anyone (except those who fall under the censor age. In that case, I don't because it is gruesome in places.)
    My uncle told me to watch it so I did, and I thought it was superb. A really well thought out film.

    What have I seen lately? Well last week I went to the cinema for the first time in probably over a year, and I tend to take year gaps between visits, why I don't know. But I went to see The School of Rock which I thought was really good. Not a great, but good fun.
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    Originally posted by Craig
    Lawerence of Arabia would be right up there?

    I must be the only one who hasnt taken an interest in LOTR.
    I haven't really got into LOTR, it's just too confusing for me but I'll have to sit down and watch it sometime.

    Ben Hur I'd say is a perfect example of an epic film.

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    Originally posted by Langeveldt
    Quentin Tarantino's - Kill Billl


    Very very weird, blood effects over the top... Good watch though
    I want and need to see that film. Any film that switches to Manga half way through has to be worth a watch.

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    The Whole 9 Yards is quite humourous.

    Almost Famous is better though IMO.
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    Originally posted by marc71178
    The Whole 9 Yards is quite humourous.
    Is that with Bruce Willis and Matthew Perry?
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    Originally posted by PY
    Is that with Bruce Willis and Matthew Perry?
    Think I saw that on Tv, it was Ok....

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    Originally posted by PY
    Just finished watching 'The Green Mile' and found it epic. Three hours of quality, well thought out film.

    Recommend to anyone (except those who fall under the censor age. In that case, I don't because it is gruesome in places.)
    Watched it a couple of years ago on a "confirmation" (do you use that word in English for what you do in church at about 14?) camp. Excellent movie, all the people I saw it with (about 90, and, may I add, most of which insensitive and nasty teenagers) were crying at the end. Still haven't seen anything quite that touching.
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    Originally posted by shankar
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    I called that after about three minutes. Kind of screwed the twist a bit..
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    Originally posted by Samuel_Vimes
    Watched it a couple of years ago on a "confirmation" (do you use that word in English for what you do in church at about 14?) camp. Excellent movie, all the people I saw it with (about 90, and, may I add, most of which insensitive and nasty teenagers) were crying at the end. Still haven't seen anything quite that touching.
    Yeah, I do cry quite a bit when I see sad bits in films, but when I saw The Green Mile it was in awe, and it left me with a the feeling I'd just seen something seriously well thought through and it really touched me. Sorry if I sound soppy :P

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