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    Quote Originally Posted by FBS
    I went to see My b****y Valentine 3D last night. Absolute rubbish. It wasn't even saved by being in 3D. Poor story, poor acting (and I like Jensen Ackles) and poor dialogue.

    Stay away.
    Fucks sake. Jensen Ackles is in a piece of crap like that??

    He should only ever be in Supernatural and thats it (which reminds me, I have 2 brand new episodes to watch tonight! Yay!)



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    I watched Wall-E and the new Indiana Jones last night. Wall-E was quality, Indiana Jones was shit.


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    Anyone seen an argentinian film called nine queens, cracking stuff


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    isn't the full title "nine queens", two sheep and the resulting mess, directed by a N. Clough?

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    I saw Frost/Nixon the other day, I really enjoyed it. Some of the history was interfered with, but the acting was superb.


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    Quote Originally Posted by richjcrouch

    As classic films are quality, and most of us weren't able to see the majesty of a Top Gun volleyball Lost That Loving Feeling scene on the big screen, it'd be great to recreate that experience.

    Anyway, good films, I watch the Kingdom the other day. Very good film.
    About three months ago I went to see Top Gun at the Huntsville Space and Rocket Center IMAX theatre. It was awsome.

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    I watched There Will Be Blood not so long ago. It was good, if not quite great.

    I saw Slumdog Millionaire on advanced screening last year - some of the cinematography was breathtaking, but the story, I thought, was fairly straightforward and entirely predictable.

    My favourite film of all time? Aside from Top Gun, I would say probably O Brother Where Art Thou? by the Coen Brothers.


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    I went to see Slumdog Millionaire yesterday and while I thought it was a pretty good film, it was, as Rambo said, pretty straightforward and predictable.

    It will win oscars for cinematography and direction (maybe), but Dev Patel was out-acted by the kid who played him as a 6-year-old!

    It's uplifting, though!


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    My favourite film of all time goes to The Warriors. It's a timeless and will never expire in my eyes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan
    I went to see Slumdog Millionaire yesterday and while I thought it was a pretty good film, it was, as Rambo said, pretty straightforward and predictable.

    It will win oscars for cinematography and direction (maybe), but Dev Patel was out-acted by the kid who played him as a 6-year-old!

    It's uplifting, though!
    I'd argue against the cinematography nod - if you watch it, the way it's been 'filmed' (I assume on digital at least in parts) you can see huge amounts of 'electronic noise' on all the dark parts of many of the scenes I've watched.

    Just goes to show that digital still isn't as good as film..

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    My DVD of The Hurricane arrived the other day (although around a week later than I expected!) and will hopefully get around to watching that tonight. Excellent film.


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    I like a lot of movies, so I'm going to list a few

    1. Snatch
    2. Lock Stock & Two Smokin' Barrels
    3. Fight Club
    4. The Bourne Ultimatum
    5. The Matrix
    6. Schindlers List
    7. Downfall
    8. Pans Labyrinth
    9. Alien
    10. L4yer Cake
    11. Underworld


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacky B
    I like a lot of movies, so I'm going to list a few

    1. Snatch
    2. Lock Stock & Two Smokin' Barrels
    3. Fight Club
    4. The Bourne Ultimatum
    5. The Matrix
    6. Schindlers List
    7. Downfall
    8. Pans Labyrinth
    9. Alien
    10. L4yer Cake
    Some good films in that list - Downfall was especially good, under-rated and missed by many.
    If you can get hold of it on DVD, I urge you to take a couple of hours out and watch it.

    It's the first time the Germans have done a film about the war that's other-than-propaganda. Really good.


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    Would it be incredibly shallow to admit that I really like the Nazi babe in Downfall?


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    Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
    The Lonliness of the Long Distance Runner
    A Taste of Honey


    Three classic films, well worth watching still.


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    Flagman ~ downfall was good but the last days of Sophie Scholl was better I thought, more of a human story. Similar in tone and they came out around about the same time. Defintely worth catching if you get chance

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    Other good random films:

    Dead Mans shoes, the best shane meadows film despite 24/7 having the best line 'goz on your chips' - to stop the bully nicking them.

    the happiness of the Katakuris - best choreography in a japanese/korean hotel horror rom com musical

    It's all about love - joaquin phoenix and people dropping dead from a lonely heart, oh and ice sating and cloning.

    The idiots - Lars von trier - out there and beyond anything I've ever seen

    Trust - Hal hartley

    Performance - thanks to whoever else mentioned that and jogged my memory

    21 grams - sean penn, benicio del toro and a beautiful, naomi watts

    blood simple - the best cohen brothers film still

    george romeros dawn of the dead - the best film ever.

    cronos - I prefered this to pans labyrinth, spanich vampire thing

    I heart Huckabees - jude law isnt a cock - well he is but but hes meant to be so thats ok

    Wild at heart - no not the african sunday night snooze a thon, the road movie with nick cage doing his elvis impersonation (much much much better than that sounds)

    solaris - took me an age to get into it but once I did it really is magnificent and better than 2001

    (whilst we're on a sci-fi tip)
    dark star - the best slacker film made.

    The music of chance / Sex, Lies Videotapes - two great james spader films

    going further back :
    Butch cassidy / A touch of class / The Odd couple /The graduate / Rope / carry on screaming

    oh and any film that makes me cry - which is most of them.

    I could go on all night ....







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    Quote Originally Posted by Caly In Our Alley
    Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
    The Lonliness of the Long Distance Runner
    A Taste of Honey


    Three classic films, well worth watching still.
    Great choices I love the Brit films of the late 50's early 60's.

    I would also add to the list

    This Sporting life
    Up the Junction



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    Watched Troy again last night.

    Big dilemma....Brad Pitt or Orlando Bloom?

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    Quote Originally Posted by T.B.T.
    Watched Troy again last night.

    Big dilemma....Brad Pitt or Orlando Bloom?
    Troy was one of the worst films I've ever seen.

    Helen of Troy: "That's not what you were saying last night."




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    Troy was ok, when it comes to films based on the Greeks 300 is the first choice in my opinion. I know it's incredibly farfetched but I love the style of it.


 

 

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