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The Last Movie You Watched?

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

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    The Big Sleep
    Was ok, but not as good as the Maltese Falcon, and DEFINATELY not Casablanca.
     
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    Gnarfflinger Wiseguy in Training

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    I started watching Wild Hogs when teh Satelite went down. Later I watches Spaceballs.
     
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    Groundhog Day. Very good movie, would have probably enjoyed it even more if I'd seen it when it was released and without knowing what the movie was about (stupid spoiler trailers...)
     
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    Highlander!

    The "one" and only Highlander movie!

    A classic.
     
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    Mallrats. I love movies that reward intelligence but don't insist on it...
     
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    the dark knight, i have to agree with what all the others here have said about, excellent.
     
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    I watched the Dark Knight last Saturday evening, and again yesterday night...and silly as it sounds, it was even better the second time. I was too busy being blown away by how sick and twisted the Joker really is, but the second time round I ... well, I was still mostly blown away by the Joker. What a movie! :D
     
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    Seraphim Falls. Well it doesn't deserve the "Worst movie ever made" comments, but it was a bit bland. The flashback that was supposed to explain everything was too generic and made the whole movie seem silly.
     
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    A Knights Tale!
     
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    Zi Dark Knight! Can't get this certain clown in a nurse suit off my mind anymore! :shake:
     
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    We had a movie marathon:

    We watched all 6 parts of the "Lone Wolf with Cub" movies!
    "I charge 500 ryo for assassination!" coolest line ever!
     
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    The Dark Knight.
     
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    Dungeons and Dragons. It was enjoyable, and could become a fanboy classic...
     
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    Jersey Girl!
    A really decent K. Smith movie!
     
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    Mission Impossible 3 and Hitman.

    It was entertaining in that involuntary way. MI 3 aka "Tom Cruise, Superman" was the worse of the two. And as for Hitman, I can't quite accept the notion that someone as unconspicious as a skinhead with a bar code tattoo on his neck is 'like a ghost' and the ultimate assassin. I'd rather that he stands out like the proverbial sore thumb, but that's probably just me. Hitman at least lived up to its computer game appeal.
     
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    The Accidental Tourist, one of the most deranged movies I've seen for some reason, the whole thing just had to be sarcasm times ten, I hope. If not, the movie was created for killing diabetics.

    A History Of Violence, good flick. A fine, fine Cronenberg picture.
     
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    Watched Mystery Men yesterday, for the third time or so.

    Very good underrated movie, Tom Waits plays quite the part. Ofcourse, Tom Waits is always amazing.
     
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    Arthur and the Minimoys
     
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    Journey to the center of the earth. very fun family movie
     
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    Above and beyond (nice if slow WWII-related film)

    P.S. I'm on a roll today... haven't posted in this thread for more then a month, prior to today. Heh.
     
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