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    I just watched Sigur Rós' Heima again... it's so friggin amazing. It's definitely the best music documentary ever made. Though, I haven't seen Woodstock and that's supposed to be incredible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smarty View Post
    The wrestler. Not much plot or narrative but as a character study it's brilliant. The end left me wanting another 3 minutes but lots of it was very charming.
    I just saw it and you took the words almost out of my mouth...

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    Defiance (liev shrieber is a beast)

    also just watched hard boiled. classic

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    I just got back from The Reader. Brilliantly written and the cinematography was absolutely beautiful.

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    I feel i need to bring this thread back to an acceptable level, I just watched Slither. Do yourselves a favor and check it out. Old school horror with a sense of humor.



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    Just watched 'Valkyrie', the recent Bryan Singer movie about the July 20th plot to kill Hitler. Excellent film! Yes, you know what happens, (Titanic - the ship sinks!) but really tense, informative and relatively close to what actually happened. The acting is spot on, and Tom Cruise is watchable with some very unobtrusive CG on his war wounds. In fact CG seems to be at a minimum in a film that seems pretty 'analogue' by today's standards. Great cast, (lots of Brits). Bill Nighy, Tom Wilkinson, Terence Stamp, Eddie Izzard, Kenneth Branagh and the excellent Thomas Kretschmann, who I last saw in King Kong as the captain.

    Highly recommended!

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    American Gangster.

    Not as violent as I thought it would be, but a great movie nonetheless.

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    Shaun of the Dead, again. Didn't find it very funny the first time i watched it, but that was on a 24-ish hour busride to rome. But i laughed a lot this time.

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    The grave of the fireflyes Anime '88 movie, sad sad sad.

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    Underworld: Rise of the Lycans

    I would rather shit out both of my kidneys than watch that again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mock View Post
    Underworld: Rise of the Lycans

    I would rather shit out both of my kidneys than watch that again.
    Something told me that was going to suck...I was surprised when I heard that it was #1 in the box office.

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    Just watched William Shatner on the Jonathan Ross show. These days little Mr Ross does has me exactly rolling in the aisles, but the verbal jousting between him and Shatner was great fun. Why oh why is Shatner not in the new Star Trek movie?




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