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  • #31
    Elf - it is our Christmas traditional movie while we put up our tree. For the past 10 years the traditional movie for this was Nat. Lampoons Christmas Vacation, but with a 2 year-old we had to change things up a bit.

    Next most recent films;

    The Producers (Mel Brooks) - Decent comedy
    The Call of Cthulhu - Great adaption of Lovecraft
    Cars - Great movie
    Xmen 3 - OK
    Resident Evil Extinction: Enjoyed it, though it was completely unoriginal
    Superbad - Not as funny as I'd hoped
    Step Brothers (saw it at the show) - Funny in a raw immature fashion.
    The Dark Night (also at the show) - Awesome.

    Next up on Netflix: Evan Almighty

    Also, I'm hooked on a series called Jeremiah right now. Post-apocalyptic adventure series.
    Our forefathers died to give us freedom, not free stuff.

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    • #32
      Charlie Wilson's War- I realy liked this movie. Hanks and Hoffman are great. Some really funny scenes in the middle of a covert war. And for history buffs its a true story. Why can't more politicians be like Wilson......who's cares if they like their women young and busty (as long as they're smart too) and have a fondness for strong amber liquid on the rocks if they also have personal integrity and compasion for the downtrodden. As good a Hanks is, Hoffman steals every scene he's in.

      The Bourne Ultimatum- basically one long chase scene, but very well done
      Lance W.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by les Brains View Post
        Quantum of Solace.

        I actually like the more raw Bond. Apparently he's closer to the book version (never read any of the books).
        Also just saw this. I was pleasantly surprised that I liked it! Not too deep of a plot (was there one?) but fun all the same.
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        • #34
          Last five films:

          The labyrinth of Pan: Almost perfect balance between dream/reality, I'll gladly finance any Del Toro "Hellboy" series for him to make the movies he wants.

          Joyeux NoŽl: A bit too "neat and clean" for my tastes, but a good WWI film.

          Planet Terror: Just for fun, nothing more.

          Children of men: Good idea ... poorly crafted

          Amen: Mr Costa Gavras can still make good movies.

          Best Regards,
          Raum_Schiff.

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          • #35
            Madagascar 2 at the theatre last Sunday - first time I'd been there for over 2 years.

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            • #36
              Four Christmases
              Love. Where does it come from?
              from The Thin Red Line

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              • #37
                Love Actually

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                • #38
                  The boy in the stripped pajamas.

                  Itís always good to remind ourselves just how degrading and disgusting we, as a species, can get.
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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Biscuit View Post
                    Love Actually
                    love...actually...is all around. (Very good movie!)
                    History is the version of past events that people have decided to agree upon. Napoleon Bonaparte
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                    "I am Arthur, King of the Britons!"

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                      • #41
                        "Risky Business," on Friday
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                        • #42
                          Transsiberian with Woody Harrelson and Ben Kingsley.

                          http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0800241/

                          All in all, was a lot better than I expected.

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                          • #43
                            I saw The Day the Earth Stood Still yesterday. It begins with a close-up of a luminous alien ball in the mountains of India and then pans to a beautiful female American scientist (not of colour) and her sassy son - a boy of colour. Her husband presumably of colour had sadly died a year earlier. He was an engineer in the military because he wanted to build things not destroy them! After that the movie becomes less than believeable.
                            Last edited by apteryx; 13 Dec 08, 22:12.

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                            • #44
                              Donnovan's Reef

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                              • #45
                                Pride and Prejudice
                                Love. Where does it come from?
                                from The Thin Red Line

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