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Fri Jun 15, 2007 10:45 pm
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Mostly the sequels that are out this summer. That is: Pirates of the Caribbean 3, Spiderman 3, Shrek 3 and Ocean's 13. Ocean's 13 is the only one imo that is as good as/better than the previous two. The other sequels are rather bland.
I have also finally seen 300 which was rather overrated. I'm looking forward to Die Hard 4.0 and The Simpsons movie

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I'd love to see "Inland Empire" finally, but the local cinema doesn't show it. :( Ignorant assholes. :angry: I've heard from others that It's really good and even more disturbing and confusing than "Mulholland Drive". Guess I'll have to wait for the DVD-release....

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juicy booty...OH YEA!

and the occasional movies like pirates3 which i incidently slept through (cinema seats are so comfy)

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I saw Pirates 3, Spiderman 3 & The Condemned. I enjoyed all three, although Spidey 3 was a bit of a disappointment in terms of what I was hoping for.

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I been watching all six volumes of Lost Universe, they where due yesterday and still have 7 episodes left....
Good show other then that...


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I accidentally read the ending for the Sixth Sense on wikipedia, it has no spoiler warning! I'm going to watch it though.

Saw the first 5minutes of Borat, after I stood up and said that it was enough for me.

Also need to watch Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid. My friend told me to check out Akira Kurosawa movies, Seven Samurai, so I'm going to do that also.

I don't really know what 300 is about, but looking at the way their potrayed the Spartan in the commercials and base on my history reading about the actual Spartans, I probaby want to skip it. I avoid the hollywood type movies now though.


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I can't understand how anyone can watch 300 and comment on the accuracy of the depiction of the events at Thermopylae. 300 is a smorgasbord of stunningly beautiful special effects and some ace editing, nothing more. It should be watched and appreciated for its awesome visual quality, and the plot should just be forgotten.

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afro samurai ..it's been ages since I've watched anything as cool as this!!

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Swat-Kats on the internet. Great.

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Hellraiser 1-8
Star Wars Episode 3
Fantastic Four
Them (Ils - France 2006)

...And some others things I can't recall right now.

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I have been watching Gantz, probably one the most fucking gorey things I have ever seen...


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X Files. I'm half way through the second season now.


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Watching Scrubs at the moment but saw the movie Severance last night.


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I'd love to see "Inland Empire" finally, but the local cinema doesn't show it. :( Ignorant assholes. :angry: I've heard from others that It's really good and even more disturbing and confusing than "Mulholland Drive". Guess I'll have to wait for the DVD-release....


That sucks, here the movie was just in one cinema (we have about 15 in lisbon :|).
Definitely more disturbing and confusing than Mulholland Dr.! I felt like I was inside a dream. The moment I was watching everything made sense, but rationally, and thinking of it as a whole, it was nonsense (like most dreams). Not sure if I explained the feeling very well. It was really good.
I'll buy the DVD as soon as it gets out, needs a second watch (and a third, and a fourth).


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Spartacus (1960)

Restored version. Great film. I read somewhere that Kubrick wasn't so keen on it though.

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The last movie I saw was Bug. I liked it but everyone else that saw it thought it sucked. I watch Scrubs everyday.


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The Big Clock, both versions of The Glass Key, Whirlpool, Witness to Murder, and more of the same genre. Basically, it's film-noir month for me.


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a lot of Family Guy and Grounded For Life with some Futurama mixed in for good measure!

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I watched "Paperhouse" yesterday on TV - read about it in the TV Guide and it sounded interesting, so I turned it on; and yes, it was interesting, though I couldn't do much more than shrug at its end. Quite confusing, and the actual meaning of it all remained rather cloudy. Generally, I'm not too fond of movies in which children play the leading parts, but it was okay nonetheless.

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