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The Last Movie You Watched?

Discussion in 'Sensorium' started by Iku-Turso, May 7, 2008.

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    Mine was Colour Me Kubrick.

    That movie was gay.

    So gay.
     
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    Last movie I watched.. was actuallyt he last one I saw in the cinema... so Cloverfield.

    Tentacles! For teh Win!
     
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    Was in the cinema on Monday and saw In Bruges. Unexpectedly funny, although you quickly realise why it is rated 18.
     
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    Die Hard! :D It was on telly last night. Yippee-ki-yay, mother****** ;)
     
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    The Real McCoy Kim Basinger was great in this.
     
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    Caradhras I may be bad... but I feel gooood! Veteran

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    The Prestige. Quite an amazingly good movie.
     
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    Kitrax Pantaloons are supposed to go where!?!?

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    We just watched Spy Hard...which is a classic spoof. I wish these current "spoof" movies would take a lesson from 'Hot Shots', 'Spy Hard', and 'Airplane'. :thumb: :rolling:
     
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    Seven Samurai (which is still better than the Magnificent Seven).
    The first Samurai/Ronin they hire looks like Samuel L Jackson. :confused: I'm starting to believe in reincarnation here.
     
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    Of Samuel Jackson I'd like to ask how many of those who've watched the Iron Man spotted him there? And have you read the Ultimates as of yet? :shake:
     
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    I just saw The Forbidden Kingdom.
    The Hollywood bulls***t made me sick but amazing performances from Jet Li and Jackie Chan (their fighting, not their linguistics mind you) made it worthwhile.
     
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    The same movie I see every day -- Toy Story.
     
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    The last half of The Truman Show (on TV)
     
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    The last one I got all the way through was the Simpson's movie. I tried to watch Van Helsing since then, but there were too many interruptions and I gave up. I'll try again sometime when my back feels better and I can sit upright...
     
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    Just watched 300.

    I haven't seen Colour Me Kubrick but at times 300 can be as gay as the Attack of the Giant Mousaka.
     
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    I think it was either Walk The Line or Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (it has been a few weeks since I last saw a movie, so I can't exactly remember which one I saw last).

    I bought Walk The Line on DVD (never saw it before that) and I absolutely loved it.

    Deuce Bigalow was on TV. The first one was funny sometimes, but I mainly watched the second one to spot Dutch actors and actresses in small roles.
     
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    The Final Cut with Robbie Williams.

    Do. Not. Watch. This. Film.

    Uhh..scifi flim which is supposed to be about playing with memory, but it fails. Direction sucks, the script's supposed to have won an "award", but I guess the other movies in that competition were even worse and the only half decent thing in that film was Robbie Williams...nah, actually he was pretty awful in that as well. And the ending, the ending just pancaced and shot that sinking ship of a film down to the abyss where it belongs.
     
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    Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels. A very good movie.
     
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    Montresor Mostly Harmless Staff Member ★ SPS Account Holder

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    Shrek the Third.

    Not as good as the first two Shreks but still OK.
     
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    Iron Man 4 days ago...and yes, I spotted Sam Jackson!! A little confused by the character he plays but I guess Hoff wasn't available to revisit the role... :p
    Made me a little excited and impatient to see the film he kinda refers to in his little speech...
     
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