Archive: Last film you saw???


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collizhun
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3880 posts since 19/10/06

19 Mar 2009 14:04
green street hooligans 2 - horrendous. made for americans.
oldgregg
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6274 posts since 13/4/02

19 Mar 2009 18:07
"What Just Happened", like a 90 minute long episode of entourage with a middleage cast without any real ending or storyline, enjoyed it alot, 7.5/10
Ant.B
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180 posts since 11/12/07

19 Mar 2009 18:53
Bronson- definatly not what i was expecting but prety good anyway, will almost definatly be a media buff film in the future
andymakesglasses
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20203 posts since 26/1/06

20 Mar 2009 10:17
Slumdog Millionaire - "Feel-Good Film Of 2009"? It's going to be a pretty grim year then!
leahprice
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3 posts since 13/3/09

20 Mar 2009 10:40
Outlander was the last movie seen by me
andydavidleeroth
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1691 posts since 30/11/03

20 Mar 2009 14:20
watchmen

"boring, boring, gross, boring, blue wang, boring. good fight scene, sex, boring, end"
nick2
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7231 posts since 18/2/09

20 Mar 2009 14:25
Midnight Meat Train - was entertaining.
Seventyfour
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8773 posts since 6/10/05

22 Mar 2009 02:53
how to lose freinds and ailianate people - i really can't stress how shit this film is!

things to do in denver when your dead - it's dated a little but i still love it! and i've never seen Gabrielle Anwar in anything els but she is fit as fuck in this
EssexBoyII
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6485 posts since 5/6/07

22 Mar 2009 03:00
andydavidleeroth wrote: watchmen

"boring, boring, gross, boring, blue wang, boring. good fight scene, sex, boring, end"

Shut up
brodie
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6732 posts since 15/10/05

22 Mar 2009 12:27
La Antena - saw the last half hour of this on film four last night. Surrealist wierdness but i liked what i saw. Great score
Murakami
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13307 posts since 9/5/05

22 Mar 2009 12:33
That film about the dog with Jennifer Aniston and the bloke with an arse on the end of his nose in it , was rubbish and the dog dies at the end
Jack
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7300 posts since 12/9/06

22 Mar 2009 12:37
Paul Blart - Mall Cop.

Could have been alot funnier, it was mediocre, but had potential to be good, which it didn't live up to.

Not as bad as alot of the reviews are saying through.
Mr X
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7053 posts since 12/7/07

22 Mar 2009 12:39
The House Bunny - One of the most unfunny comedies you'll ever see.
Kingmob07
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8950 posts since 11/5/07

22 Mar 2009 12:43
How to Lose Friends and Alienate People-Soppy American version. Kirsten Dunst looks more and more like a crack whore. Jeff Bridges is still the Dude. Gillian Anderson and Danny Huston should be in more stuff. Megan Fox should wear less. Simon Pegg should know better.
aitch
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8923 posts since 19/8/07

22 Mar 2009 20:49
Marly and me - Great story, I really liked it. Jenifer Aniston's still got it. Came out of the cinema and every female in the cinema, bar my friend, was crying. Felt like I was walking out of a funeral.
phelen
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6411 posts since 16/8/06

22 Mar 2009 21:33

Let The Right One In - It is easily one of the most unobtrusive vampire films I have ever seen. It is an amazing story of love between two twelve years old, it is just that one happens to be a vampire. A bullied boy befriends a girl who moves into his building and instantly falls in love. The two lead roles are really really well acted with neither of the young actors trying to own the screen. I really cannot recommend it enough.
abs
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484 posts since 19/2/05

22 Mar 2009 22:21
for all the downloaders: do most of you watch your films on the computer (monitor), or do you hook your computer up to a hdtv (or similar)?

im thinking of getting a 32" because its getting tedious watching films on my 20" monitor, but im not sure if the quality of standard 700mb/1.4gb xvid movies will be a lot more noticably/pixelated on a 32" ?

regarding last film watched, Duplicity which I thought was actually good altho one of my friends fell asleep.
Antmusic
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2591 posts since 23/9/06

22 Mar 2009 22:34
phelen wrote: Let The Right One In - It is easily one of the most unobtrusive vampire films I have ever seen. It is an amazing story of love between two twelve years old, it is just that one happens to be a vampire. A bullied boy befriends a girl who moves into his building and instantly falls in love. The two lead roles are really really well acted with neither of the young actors trying to own the screen. I really cannot recommend it enough.

Diana? DEAD????

Before Sunrise - Love a bit of romance! Typical Linklater film in its smart reflective dialogue. Downloading the belated sequel as I type kgshghhghdjf
SOS
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6483 posts since 12/10/04

22 Mar 2009 22:37
adaptation

should of seen it earlier but always missed it.
I never knew Nicola Cage could act! Clever film, Grrreat script and original movie.
See if not seen yet.
Green Jesus
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340 posts since 21/10/08

23 Mar 2009 09:17
abs wrote: for all the downloaders: do most of you watch your films on the computer (monitor), or do you hook your computer up to a hdtv (or similar)?

im thinking of getting a 32" because its getting tedious watching films on my 20" monitor, but im not sure if the quality of standard 700mb/1.4gb xvid movies will be a lot more noticably/pixelated on a 32" ?

I have a media player that cost £100 from Maplin and works like a dream Eye-wink Watch films (700mb) o a 42" and quality is very good. If you are really fussy though you can always download the 1.5g versions or buy the dvd.