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The Last Movie You Watched?

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

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  1. Takara

    Takara My goodness! I see turnips everywhere ★ SPS Account Holder

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    I finally watched Oceans 12 and 13. Not bad good ending etc. Watch again? No.
     
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    Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and Narnia: Prince Caspian.
     
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    I decided to re-watch The Bourne Supremacy. Not bad but finally decided not anymore.
     
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    Watched I Love You, Man. Absolutely hilarious, definitely gonna buy that one when it comes out. Highly recommended here.
     
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    Finally watched 28 Weeks Later. Different than the first one, which is a good thing. Less suspense, more action. The fear and tension is still there as well. Overall, I would say that this one was more enjoyable than 28 Days Later, since the latter got a bit boring.
     
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    I finally got Krull on DVD! Just had it on video a few years back, but no more!
     
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    Collateral- I expected a terrible movie, not bad
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    Tears of the Sun- Despite the fictional story, it still gets to me that people can act like that.
     
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    We were forced to watch Soylent Green in my Enviromental Issues class last night. It was awful! :nolike:

    I felt like I needed to get drunk to the point where that waste of 90 minutes would be erased from my brain forever...unfortunatly, I'm fresh out of booze...for once. :bad:

    For those of you who are lucky enough to not have seen it, it's suppoed to take place in 2022, but all the props (from the cars to the TVs) are all from the 70's with no effort to make anything look futuristic. :rolleyes:

    Oh, and
    Soylent Green is made from people! :rolleyes:
     
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    I decided to watch Oceans Eleven, remake, again and that it's very good. Shame the sequels sucked.
     
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    Eurotrip. It's amusing.
     
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    @Takara

    Krull, lol :D

    hmm recently I've seen the 1970something version of Murder on the Orient Express, Spy Game again, Runaway Jury again, Pride and Glory which was anticlimactic, Hoodwinked which was not so good apart from a couple of lol moments and Cashback which I thought was quite good. Shame I didn't have a girl to see it with lol
     
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    American Gangster, kept me wathcing, not Denzel's or Russell's best though...thinking of watching Mongol next....
     
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    I watched Hexed again. A spoof of the whole Fatal Attraction, Basic Instinct genre. Not bad, but not great either.
     
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    Galaxy Quest. Hilarious stuff. It helped that it was past midnight and we were starting to get a bit drunk :p
     
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    The Dark Knight. This movie's brilliant, and that's coming from someone who didn't like Batman Begins. Probably the best movie I've seen in a very long time.
     
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    I saw Goldeneye which is the best Pierce Brosnan Bond. And his first too.
     
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    Thin Red Line. It was well worth my while.
     
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    That's pretty much exactly what I thought, Ziad... Though there's a lot of people out there who think Begins was better. The one thing that irritates me about the movie is when Batman has to go to Hong Kong... I felt they could have found a way to cut it out.
     
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    Casino Royale with Daniel Craig. Was..... interesting, but I doubt i'll watch again.
     
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    Re-watching The Matrix trilogy; in HD this time. Today it was the first of the three, which is also the best. It will be downhill from here...
     
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