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    Just Watched

    This can run parallel to the "Now Listening" thread. Post what you've recently watched be it movies, plays, TV shows, etc.

    Movies I've seen recently (all were fantastic!):

    A Clockwork Orange
    Slumdog Millionaire
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    Finally saw The Dark Knight last week. Loved it.

    The Fifth Element is on TV right now. I'm watching that since I never really saw the whole thing before.

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    Bullshit is awesome! Unfortunately, I've only ever watched it on Youtube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psypomp View Post
    Bullshit is awesome! Unfortunately, I've only ever watched it on Youtube.
    The first five seasons are on DVD, and season seven is about to be on the air this year.

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    Time Bandits - Been ages since I've seen it, watched it a few days ago.
    Baron Munchousen - Written and Directed by Terry Gilliam of Monty Python faim.
    Brazil - Again, a Terry Gilliam movie.

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    Just got back from seeing The Curious Case of Benjamin Button which is an amazing movie

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    Slumdog millionaire... was pretty good !

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    Just watched Contact on youtube last night! One of my fave sci-fi films.

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    I actually just watched WALL-E the other day..

    fantastic film!

    Yes-man was surprisingly good too (though, didn´t expect much from it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mossi View Post
    I actually just watched WALL-E the other day..

    fantastic film!
    same over here.

    Really enjoyed it, I wish I saw all the scenes thou.

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    I saw Quantum of Solace on Saturday. As an action movie, it was pretty good. As a Bonder, it was average. Not my favorite, but not bad.

    And then, as it turns out, Die Another Day was on TV on Sunday, so my family had a fun discussion about the merits of various Bonders. Very fun!

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    Really suspenseful and dark, though the music is horribly selected.

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    Just saw Apocalypse Now

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitjockey View Post
    I saw Quantum of Solace on Saturday. As an action movie, it was pretty good. As a Bonder, it was average. Not my favorite, but not bad.

    And then, as it turns out, Die Another Day was on TV on Sunday, so my family had a fun discussion about the merits of various Bonders. Very fun!


    Yeah saw Quantum of Solace the other day as well, and did not think it was as bad as people were saying, tho no where near as great as Casino Royale.

    I'm interested in going to see The Spirit as well as I really injoyed Sin city, and am a fan of most of Frank Millers work,
    So has anyone seen it? and is it worth seeing?

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    I just got and watched the box set of The Black Donnellys. They cancelled the show after the first 6 episodes, and the last 7 episodes were neevr aired, but were put on the box set. I finally got to see the last episodes, and they were pretty good.
    It was one of the most promising shows in a while, I don't know what NBC was thinking.

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    Just saw 'Lady Vengeance', -shit movie.

    Then a documentary about Tool's vicarious video, very bland cut and paste documentary but a cool video (hadn't seen it yet) and a great song.

    Then I watched 'Dersu Uzala', another great Akira Kurosawa movie.

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    DVDs I Recently Saw:

    Rifftrax: The Best of Rifftrax Shorts, Volume 1 - Mike Nelson, Bill Corbett, and Kevin Murphy (a.k.a. Mike and the 'bots from MST3K) do commentaries on several short-subject films. Very fun. I wish they'd do more DVDs, but most Rifftrax stuff is only available as pay-per-download from their site. (I can also recommend The Film Crew - same group doing cruddy movies, like MST3K sans puppets -, at least The Giant of Marathon, to MSTies everywhere. Haven't checked out Cinematic Titanic - Joel Hodgson, Mary Jo Pehl, and some other MST alumni doing bad movie commentaries - yet, but I keep meaning to...)

    Quark: The Complete Series - A short-lived (eight episodes) '70's sci-fi parody series. Fun stuff, but the show never had a chance to find its footing.

    The last movie I saw in theaters was Bolt - rather enjoyable, though the story could've picked up the pace at times. As for TV... I mostly gave up on it.

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    Gran Torino. One of the best movies I have seen in a while and the only one since The Iron Giant to make me feel emotion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitjockey View Post
    I saw Quantum of Solace on Saturday. As an action movie, it was pretty good. As a Bonder, it was average. Not my favorite, but not bad.
    Just saw it a few hours ago and I have to agree with that. I really liked it, but not as much as a lot of other Bond movies. I do like the way that it picked up where Casino Royale left off and set itself up nicely for a sequel though. Bond #23 is supposed to come out in 2011 and Daniel Craig is doing up until #25, at least, so I wonder if they're going to try to tie them all together?

    EDIT: Also, they need a replacement for Q. Desmond Llewelyn was great and all, but they can't just leave the role unfilled for the rest of the series because he died. Bond needs his gadgets. Maybe they'll bring John Cleese back in.

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    I saw The Curious Case of Benjamin Button tonight. I thought it was fantastic. I also think it would appeal to all generations which is rare for a film.

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    I saw SOLARIS - starring George Clooney, yesterday. I think it was one of the few watchable space sci-fi movies. It was short, simple, but interesting.
    There are so little of these space ship movies I want more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brightdreamer View Post
    DVDs I Recently Saw:

    Rifftrax: The Best of Rifftrax Shorts, Volume 1 - Mike Nelson, Bill Corbett, and Kevin Murphy (a.k.a. Mike and the 'bots from MST3K) do commentaries on several short-subject films. Very fun. I wish they'd do more DVDs, but most Rifftrax stuff is only available as pay-per-download from their site. (I can also recommend The Film Crew - same group doing cruddy movies, like MST3K sans puppets -, at least The Giant of Marathon, to MSTies everywhere. Haven't checked out Cinematic Titanic - Joel Hodgson, Mary Jo Pehl, and some other MST alumni doing bad movie commentaries - yet, but I keep meaning to...)
    I think Rifftrax is the only thing I've seen by the MST3K guys...besides MST3K.

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    Also, they need a replacement for Q. Desmond Llewelyn was great and all, but they can't just leave the role unfilled for the rest of the series because he died. Bond needs his gadgets. Maybe they'll bring John Cleese back in.
    Agreed and agreed. Besides, John Cleese makes a good Q.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitjockey View Post
    Agreed and agreed. Besides, John Cleese makes a good Q.
    Exactly. The only reason I'm not sure if they'd bring him back is because the Daniel Craig movies are prequels to the others, while Cleese's Q replaces Llewelyn's after he retires. Then again, I'm not sure how much they care about that sort of character continuity.

    Back on topic, I saw Dirty Rotten Scoundrels today. That was mildly amusing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriskot View Post
    Exactly. The only reason I'm not sure if they'd bring him back is because the Daniel Craig movies are prequels to the others, while Cleese's Q replaces Llewelyn's after he retires. Then again, I'm not sure how much they care about that sort of character continuity.
    True, but they kept Judi Dench as M, and the original M was male. (Forgot the actor's name, sorry)

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