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The Last Movie You Saw?





douzy
What was the last movie you saw? Mine was the Gridiron Gang. That movie is really impressive.
Vylom
The last movie i saw is Jack Ass 2 and there arent many words to describe the movie. To say the least johny knoxville is insane. A.K.A. He almost dies twice and laughs about it. Also watching a midget run around naked in a meeting is quite enjoyable to say the least. Truly a beutiful movie, a masterpiece of modern art and an elegance which is not yet discovered in many movies is the midget. Time to ditch your scripts and make sure you have a midget in it.
eggg
Heh. The last one was Equus. I had to see the movie after I watched a few local students perform the play one silly night. It was very good.

Before that, it was White Zombie. It's a zombie movie from the 30's starring Bela Lugosi, set in Haiti. Definitely up there on my black and white horror list!
mattchun
The Notebook.

It's obviously a Hollywood production of romance movie. You may have seen such a movie for thousands of times, but you still keep on going.
allanxiao
The last one I saw was Dead Man's Chest. I felt it was a bit long, and Jonny Depp's performance wasn't as good as in the first episode.

IB exams are coming soon, so don't really have time to go out much.
nitesh
Click

I would rate it 6.5/10. The plot is pretty simple and acting is sort of ok ! but the movie conveys a good message at the end. Overally a good timepass movie.
Manofgames
Memoirs of Geisha.

Its a very good film, the quality of picture is superb, and thankfully the film isn't in subtitles.

Its slightly hard to keep up with some parts of the film, as there are points where the actors speakm quickly, or in hished tones, and it becomes hard to understand their words through thier accent.

overall I thought it was a very good film.

I'd give it 8/10.
SimonWSTS
Last film I saw at the cinema was "My Super Ex-Girlfriend". I can safely say that there was very little plot and only mildly funny gags. Altogether I would not recommend it.

On a lighter note, I'll be in the line to see "The Guardian" soon, that looks to be a really good film.
rein
the last one i saw was Hard Candy

An intriguing story about a 14 year old girl who meets with a thirty-ish photographer she meets on the internet. He might be hiding something, but she may not be as innocent as she seems. A definate must-see!

Hard Candy
Helios
Snakes on a plane.

Very fun movie Very Happy

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0417148/

I'll give it 8/10 Smile

One scene that I enjoyed was when the steward (I think) cought a snake and put it in a microwave, then pressed a on the microwave "SNAKE" + "START", and the snake exploded... hehe that was funny.
gh0strec0n_legit
Last movie I saw was...Idk can't remember the name but it was really funny, 9/10 but it was a dirty movie so someone will probaly remember it, nevermind I do now it's Clerks. That movie was hilarious and wrong at the same time. Very Happy
rightclickscott
I don't really remember, but I believe Mike pulled me aside to watch Dodgeball calling it the "funniest movie ever." It was pretty funny, but not as funny as he made it out to be. Because I want to be a jack*ss like everyone else, I give it a 7.9578237564725943792384934/10.
filet
my tutor friend-a korean movie
Keran
er.. Da Vinci Code.
It's really convicing...
Makes you wonder...
kikass
last movie i saw in the theatres was 'click'... and i didnt like it much.. starts out well and is quite funny initially but slows down to a drag in the second half.. i wont rate it more than 5/10..
the movie i saw before that was 'over the hedge'... cool and hilarious.. now am waiting for 'open season' to release...
fbcompany
The devil wears prada

This was a pretty enjoyable movie. . . much better than APHC which I last saw Meryl Streep in. We decided to go because of rotten weather here& this would be a perfect rainy day movie. Anne Hathaway is an very, very beautiful young woman with gorgeous eyes. All the actors were good. a real treat for those who like fashion. Story very predictable and reminds me of old Hollywood movies of the 40's & 50's . I was disappointed in end and found several (or more!) plot devices rather unbelievable. But still nice to see a movie with people beautifully dressed & made up and absence of foul language and gratuitous sex!

6/10
wwe4me
The last movie that I saw is "Da Vinci Code".
To tell you the true, I didn't really like it, I didn't like this zaner of Movies.
It more adventure, mysteri, and I don't like it, I like more the action, the fun and the horror.
webgeek
The last movie I saw was King Kong. I know it was ages ago, but I just don't have the time right now to go to movies.
althalus
The last movie I saw was Robin Hood: Men in Tights. Very Happy Imo one of Mel Brooks' funnier movies, althought I quite like Spaceballs too.
Kelcey
I think the last movie I saw was Crash... it was that movie that deals with racism and such. It was pretty good.
blarchitect
We saw "The Departed" last night. It was billed as a return to form for Martin Scorsese. It's not. Overlong, far-fetched plot. I don't mind swearing and violence in movies but this films contains way too much.
Leonardo DeCaprio shines, Jack Nicholson did a good Jack Nicholson, but Mark Wahlberg was awful.
talonsmallville
Hi People,

Yesterday night on HBO, I saw Cursed, with Christina Rice and Joshua Jackson.
I liked.

I change my bet very times about who did infect her and her brother. It´s was cool.

My note for this movie is 8.5.
ashok
last one i watched is "open season"..

Laughing good fun.. animation's quality's pretty but can be done much better.. for me the screenplay was just above average.

The two scenes in the forest, one when the dam breaks and the last one chasing the hunters were damn funny.. good entertainment.
kany
The last movie that i saw was
The last Samuri
and the hero was Tom Cruise . That was a nice movie and after that i just haven't seen any other movie.
nitesh
Watched "sneakers" yesterday .. its rated 7/10 at imdb and I would say its definitely over-rated. Movie deals with computer security/cryptography ect and i found was pretty lame for a 7 rating at imdb. Maybe the cast was one of the reasons for a 7 rating.
HoboPelican
The last movie I saw was "Plan 9 From Outer Space". Taped it from last week and finally got to see it....What a great bad movie! If you haven't seen this awful "Z" movie, you have got to rent it, get some friends overs, have a few beers and pop this sucker in. If you dont laugh your butt off, you need help. Wink


Quote:

Intro by Criswell: Greetings, my friend. We are all interested in the future, for that is where you and I are going to spend the rest of our lives. And remember my friend, future events such as these will affect you in the future. You are interested in the unknown... the mysterious. The unexplainable. That is why you are here. And now, for the first time, we are bringing to you, the full story of what happened on that fateful day. We are bringing you all the evidence, based only on the secret testimony, of the miserable souls, who survived this terrifying ordeal. The incidents, the places. My friend, we cannot keep this a secret any longer. Let us punish the guilty. Let us reward the innocent. My friend, can your heart stand the shocking facts of grave robbers from outer space?
Shike
The Last movie I saw in theaters was "The Illusionist". Very good, but you have to pay attention.

The Last movie I was was "Lucky Number Sleven", which, again is a very good movie, but you have to pay attention.
soulman
it's been a long time since I saw "Superman Return" last time...
Lord Klorel
The last film i saw was The Da Vinci Code.

I liked that movie with all these riddles.
pudovkin
"El crimen ferpecto". Good. Smile

... but trying to have some free time to watch "Pickpocket", from Bresson.
mrblah
Last one I seen was "The Departed." I didn't think I would like it but was really surprised how good it was and was surprised it has done so well too.
scryoko
Hm... the last movie I saw was "Miami Vice," I think... Oh yeah, it was because my friend dragged me along. I didn't plan to watch that movie at all -- actually, I hadn't heard of it till my friend dragged me along with him... But, well, actually, the movie was good. Though, having also dragged him to watch "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" (in an almost revenge, I suppose you can say *grin*)... I thought "Dead Man's Chest" was better. The ending? Totally, completely blew me damn far, far away. *huge toothy grin*

Regards,
-- scryoko
JoeFriday
I watched The Ice Harvest last night.. I had read the book a couple months before, and while the book was decent, the movie was not nearly as good.. I'd recommend it as something to watch on a weekend when you have nothing else to do and if you get a copy for free.. I would have been very disappointed if I had actually paid to rent it
marcvanderloo
If you like (fairly old) French cinema, you'll like 'Jules et Jim'. I saw this years ago and couldn't find it, to the point where I thought I'd dreamt the plot up. I found it last week on DVD and it's fantastic.
em0o
the last movie I saw in the theatres was The Devil Wears Prada I think.
imera
The butterfly effect -- I have seen it once before and I didn't understand the movie untill the end :0P But now that I know and understand I can watch it and understand everything from the begining. I love the move, not one of my favourite but one of my top 20's
magneto_ms
Been some time since I seen one.

Last has been:

POTC: DMC

(er, Pirates of the Carribbean: Dead Man's Chest)
canadol
Kelcey wrote:
I think the last movie I saw was Crash... it was that movie that deals with racism and such. It was pretty good.


One of the best movies in the past ten years, highly recommend it

I just saw Lucky Number Slevin. Very entertaining film with smart writing and the acting was great as well
cavey
The last movie i saw was the horror-movie "Silent Hill". It was evil, disguisting, scary - I hated it, and I could not sleep untill 2am because I still felt like I was in the movie.

Just like a horror movie should be :)
sergio_san_san
The perfume, but I have to say that the book it is far better than the movie.
leat397
The last movie I saw was a Hong Kong movie called "Exciled". It described a gangs of five people who once were triad members and unable to escape from the Boss.

Whereas the last western movie I saw was the Click. A funny and warmy movie this year Very Happy
Karrde
Right now a crappy Van Damme movie called Double Impact is playing on the TV in the background, before that I was watching The Usual Suspects - superb movie, that.

The most recent film I've seen at the cinema was Snakes On A Plane. Great, if you don't take it at all seriously. On DVD, it was The Butterfly Effect, which while let down in a few places was a good movie.
zamolxes
Just got me Cannibal Holocaust, a film I saw on TV a long time ago. It marked my "fragile little mind" at that time... with some scenes I'll never forget. Watching it again now I thought the movie wasn't so well done, but those amazonian scenes filmed in "hand-held camera style" are still amazing. I'll give it a 10 out of 10 for just a few extremely impressive amazonian scenes of primitive people doing very barbaric things... and 4 out of 10 for the rest of the movie. The al'round would be.... 5 (because the 10 out of 10 scenes aren't that many).
zamolxes
JoeFriday wrote:
I watched The Ice Harvest last night.. I had read the book a couple months before, and while the book was decent, the movie was not nearly as good.. I'd recommend it as something to watch on a weekend when you have nothing else to do and if you get a copy for free.. I would have been very disappointed if I had actually paid to rent it


I saw this one too and I didn't think it was so bad, but I read others commenting on it and saying they've hated it. Not sure why. OK, it's not a good movie, but I didn't think it was that bad...
lordfrikk
Last thing I've seen is quiet an old movie... it's called Talented Mr. Ripley. And I liked it alot. It was one of the movies that aren't hyped out and the bigger is the surprise when you get to see em.

Story is about young man, Thomas Ripley, who at first glance doesn't have any skill, ability.... any TALENT. As time goes by we can see that he's not what he looks like... his special talent is to imitate people's behavior, habits... everything. Well for the sake of those who haven't seen it I won't go into further detail but I strongly recommend this one!

Have any of you seen SAW3?
pudovkin
"What women want".
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0207201
Crappy end, but a funny film.
Mel Gibson sucks, Helen Hunt rules.
shwetanshu
Last movie i watched was Jaan-e-Mann (Bollywood) .. i really liked the movie
desertwind
shwet... u like it ??? strange.

Well, last movie that I've seen is Chashme Buddoor. Excellent comedy.
Arseniy
Last movie I saw was Click. It's from famous films. And non-famous film was russian "Heart of Dog", that tells about dog, who through surgical operation turned into a man.
TarsajumaClan
the last one i saw was BORAT
deborah
The Hills Have Eyes... in two words: Dreadful and disgusting.
SGbilder
Id like to say that the last movie i saw was deep and thoughtful but id be lying! i saw X-Men 3:the last stand and i must say that it was not much of a movie if youre looking for some questionraising thought provoking insights. but i must confess that it is a pretty good movie anyho. it has great entertainment value and i must give it a 7/10. the action alone could let you spend a night infront of the tv and not feel it is a wasted night!
cheers! cya
kiranaghor
Last night I saw House of Wax. twas good. I will find out Talented Mr Ripley.
Rico
The Butterfly Effect. It’s the second time I seen it, my wife hadn’t before and I thought it was really good the first time around. I heard they made a sequel, is it any good. My favorite part of The Butterfly Effect is where the little guy gets throttled by his father (that scene just made my mind race with possibilities for why they guy is trying to kill him), and its really cool when you see why the guy goes crazy.
medievalman26
Casino Royale would be the last one I saw.
Commando_Sondre
Poseidon. Pretty good movie, but I didn't find the movie that interesting. In my opinion its Titanic > Poseidon Razz
jayrelle
The last movie I saw was The Valiant..Its an animated film it is based on a true story.
bigdan
Borat! Very Happy Bloody hilarious! Very Happy
Captain Fertile
I watched Stephen King’s IT last night, first time in years.

A good movie and it has aged pretty well. It was nice to see it again after such a long time. I had forgotten it starred the late great John Ritter – such a loss.

I rarely rate Stephen King Movies (the books are much better) but this along with Misery, Carrie, Salem’s Lot and Cujo and to an extent Cat’s Eye (that was the movie with the unique way to quit smoking right?) these movies make a good selection. After that list maybe I do rate his movies.

I kind of liked the story in Pet Sematary but the little boy looked a lot like our own little boy and we found it hard to watch the movie – it really made us sad.

Of course of the other ‘Stephen King’ movies The Shawshank Redemption is a class act and I recommend it to anyone but the Running Man has dated quite a bit but is still an ok waste of time.
vm_yap
the last movie i saw was you me and dupree. i was laughing hard most of the time. I can't imagine leaving with someone like dupree.
SmartIcon
I have seen "VIVAH" recently. A nice movie from Rajshri Productions.

Tagline: Marriage isn't a game...

Plot Outline: Vivah is about the sanctity of marriage....and the importance and symbolism of engagement rings and the act of exchanging it how it unlocks the right we get on one another, Vivah is about the Sanctity of Marriage

Comments: VIVAH - A beautiful movie made by a beautiful director

Cast overview, first billed only:
Shahid Kapoor .... Prem
Amrita Rao .... Poonam
Anupam Kher
Alok Nath
Seema Biswas .... Chachi
Samir Soni
Lata Sabharwal
Manoj Joshi
Amrutha Prakash .... Rajni/Choti
Dinesh Lamba
Ameya Pandya
Jatin Sial
Shreya (as Shreya Saran)
Aditi Bhatia
Shreya Sharma
Captain Fertile
I am having a bit of a run on older horror flicks at the moment and have been over-dosing on Steven King movies, the Hellraiser movies and now…

…I just have to comment on the Bride of Chucky. I have just finished watching it for the first time and I absolutely loved it.

I loved this, the fourth instalment of the Child’s Play Franchise after watching parts one, two and three in quick succession over the last few evening, I watched the first one in the 80’s but had never seen the sequels before this week.

I enjoyed all the movies but this one I adored, not so much for the horror value but for the comic value and way it was put together - Lots of fun!

I am now looking forward to watching the Seed of Chucky which I fear may not be up to the standard set by The Bride of Chucky. It was just such a unique movie, like a new slant on an old formula.

I know it is fairly old now but if you haven’t seen it I recommend it for comic value alone.
medievalman26
I just saw Deck the Halls a couple days ago.
yhally
for me, its the Tooth Fairy....

its some sort of scary specially when someone besides you scream out loud everytime the tooth fairy killed people! nyahahahA!

BUT IN movie THEATER, its DOA dead or alive, ive watch it w/ my uncle in mall of asia located at roxas boulevard Philippines. its only one way trip from my hause, hehehe! LOL!
jaseandwave
I watched this film last night and was pleasantly suprised. I'd heard rumours it fell into the 'so bad it's good' category but that really isn't true. I found it to be a genuinely good entertaining movie. Yes the CGI snakes looked like CGI snakes and the dialogue was almost entirely cheesy one liners and the plot was ridiculous but I'm sure that's exactly how it was supposed to be.

Great fun, check it out.
RuthW
Deja Vu, Great film, strange and hard to follow at times, but otherwise good. If anyone says it's about timetravel, and you don't like timetravel films, it's more than that, so i recommend it.

SEE IT NOW! Smile
fbcompany
last movie i saw was Casino Royale. By far I would rate it as the best bond movie ever. it was a excellent performance by daniel craig (if i remember correctly), and he proved wrong all those critiques out there that said he wouldn't fit the role.
I think he's brought some new and better aspects into the character and I can't wait to see him in the next bond movie lol.
medievalman26
Don't laugh but my dad and I saw Happy Feet yesterday. It was a pretty good movie.
pudovkin
"Requiem for a dream" (finally!).
GREAT film, with some cinematic language stuff really awesome, like the mother seeing herself in a video-look effect on her apartment.
... and the steadicam-self-doped-shots. How did the actors took the weight of a film camera?! (at least 10kg)
Tvis
The last movie I saw was Material Girls with Hillary Duff. Wow, this movie sucks big time! It was not my choice to go, but you know, the girl likes those soft princess comedies. Well, even she admitted that this was the worst movie of 2006. We go like twice to the movies every week. So we've seen a bunch! It was so predictable, the humor so low. I felt like even sleeping during the movie was a waste of my time Laughing
urangkayo
the last movie i saw is Shrek 2 Smile

great movie i think
KoiboySG1
The last movie I saw was Lord of the rings: the fellowship of the ring The extended version. i saw that movie for the 6e time Very Happy
Fake
The last movie that I saw was the Grudge 2. It was pretty okie, but shame coz it had the same type of scares in it. I'm waiting for the Brazilian Job to come out(for those who don't know)it is the sequal to the italian job...but in Rio..woohoo!
bluecradle
mine is Casino Royale, it's different than other Bond movies and im happy that it is. I have seen previous James Bond movies and they're the same old thing. im quite amazed that the actor have done some of the stunts himself, haha slap that on Pierce Brosnan's face.
Blu_Spykz
Last film I saw was : Rocky Balboa.
dac_nip
Inside man..hehe
dayveday
The last movie I saw was The Queen.

Highly recommend it to anyone interested in a different movie. My wife and I saw it on an aeroplane with terrible sound and picture quality, and it was still great. Gave us great insight into the power of the press, and papporazi.
Afaceinthematrix
Spiderman 2 came on tv last night so i decided to watch it. that was the last movie that I saw. i also watched Star Wars VI: The Return of the Jedi recently...
Seiji
I finished watching The Coast Guard today. I had it on my computer for about 2 weeks but never got any time to watch it. Movie was too deep for me. Most of Kim Ki Duk's films are. I'm pretty sure someone here saw Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall....and Spring. Coast Guard was deeper than that. I guess watching it depends on the right time and mood.
Andrew426
The last movie i saw in a cinema was Open season (took my little brother to see it) it wasnt that great.

Yesterday I watched freddy got fingered (again) joe dirt, clerks 2 and a few other movies.
EllenRipley
Yesterday I saw "Apocalypto" and frankly I thought it would be much better.
tsewane
The last movie I saw was Apocalypto.
brilliantbeauty
I saw the Holiday. =D It wasn't spectacular but I enjoyed it. Smile
tbsly
Saw it tonight, Lonely Hearts, and was taken by surprise. This is by far the best movie I've seen that I've never heard of before. Knowing nothing about it except for the IMDB preview and a glimpse of the trailer, I was more than pleasantly surprised to watch this. Lonely Hearts doesn't back down and goes balls to the wall when it comes to portraying some pretty provocative and controversial material. It probably won't make it big in the theaters because it won't be shown in alot of markets, but believe me when I say it's worth it to make the effort and watch this movie. You won't be disappointed and it's better than most other shite that's out there playing right now
Your man Tan
rajhank
I saw Babel and Blood Diamonds.

Nice movies I must say but i liked BD most.

Enjoy it.
rfarrand
the last movie i saw in the theatre was The Good Shepherd, which by the way is not worth 9 dollars to go see... they showed all the action there is in the previews. the movie is very slow and very long as well for it being not action packed oriented. its one to see on dvd if you want to see it, but just note there is not a whole lot of action in it like other matt damon movies.
medievalman26
I just saw Pursuit of Happiness. Man that is a sad movie. I really did not want to see it but I got drafted into seeing it with my family two days ago.
Seiji
Just got threw watching Peppermint Candy. Movie seemed boring but when it hit the end it really gave you an after effect. I sort of want to watch it again. Reminds you of the depressing times of the Gwanju killings.
drag0n
The last movie i saw was Cold Mountain, with Nicole Kidman and Rene Zellweger. It's a love story in the of the american civil war. A great movie for a guy to watch with a girl. Some violent scenes, some love scenes (the violence isn't very hard but it's realistic). Naked Nicole Kidman in the end. Yay! Very Happy
asciii
the last movie i saw was death note..was a great japanese movie..i am currently waiting for the 2nd part now
molif
high school musical..??? hahahah..




actually, not a bad movie...
alkady
The last movie I saw was "The Good Shepherd" with Matt Damon, Angelina Jolie and Robert De Niro.

It wasn't what I expected obviously, The trailer promised more action judging by the scenes, but all I got was small talk. I thought there would be CIA staged kidnappings, assasinations and so on because it goes beyond the 60's.
BMB07
Rocky Balboa
Ozzy
Nacho Libre
Seiji
Just watched Jang Jin's Righteous Ties. It was an awesome movie. Mixed with comedy and action.
Captain Fertile
Just watched Jackass 2.

OMG someone is going to be killed making these movies. As each movie comes around the stunts have to be more outrageous and dangerous.

I am not a bog fan of the stunts they pull involivng bodily fluids and waste products - I could do without that kind of stuff to be honest.

But many of the stunts are way out funny and you are amazed that these people are willing to put their bodies through them.

PS I loved the amazing double-standard of not encouraging anyone to copy the stunts or not to send your own home-made videos of stunts in because they don't want to encourage the lunatic fringe.

We then make a number of Jackass movies AND Johnny Knoxville lands a lead roll in a Major Hollywood franchise like the Dukes of Hazard!

Hmmm, what message are we sending out to the kids really?

Its worth getting your face burned off with a blow-torch because there might just be a big paycheck at the end of it for you.

Okay, mini-rant over.
apple
Last one I saw was...

Apocalypto

It was a strange movie, but as usual Mel Gibson did a work of wonder!!!!
kevin briggs
rocky balboa was the last film i seen.I expected to go all Scrooge on Sylvester Stallone's sixth round as Rocky Balboa, the Italian Stallion from Philly who boxed his way into popular and Oscar glory with the first and best Rocky in 1976. And make no mistake, there is much here to cringe at. Thirty years later, the sixty-year-old Stallone, as writer, director and star, has put himself back in the ring with a champ -- this time he's played by light-heavyweight Antonio Tarver. It's an exhibition match in Vegas, for charity, and Stallone looks damn fit for a geezer. It's his screenplay that needs major toning. No sappy clichŽ goes untapped as Rocky runs a restaurant named after his dead wife, Adrian, whose grave he visits daily. He takes guff from pal Paulie (Burt Young) and worries about his son, Robert (Milo Ventimiglia), who helps him prep for the big fight. It's a brutal regimen. But Rocky has "a beast inside him." Just when you're ready to puke, the old Bill Conti theme ("Gonna Fly Now") kicks in -- are you feeling it? -- Stallone steps in the ring and every day is Christmas. All together now: Rock-ee! Rock-ee!
Bosmer
last movie i have seen is Flushed away. Its very funny movie really like the jokes they make.
Blu_Spykz
Last film I watched was Spaceballs.

Hah, classic comedy by Mel Brookes. Legendary.

However, the last "new" film I saw, was Apocalypto.

Bad reviews - and by bad I mean people who don't understand the film, so slain him due to "racism".

Good, odd film.
oxwood
Last film i watched was "Incredibles" with polish dubbing.
I see it in orginal version too, and i think polish dubbing ist better Very Happy
indeedwrestling
Epic Movie -- not very good at all.
orps
the last movie I saw is 007 casino royal
and this is a great movie(recommend)
juvenal007
it completes pelucila that I saw was.... mmm one of agent 007 royal casino... seems. but I do not like the actor which I elijieron so that she did pelucila, liked but the old one
frenchy
douzy wrote:
What was the last movie you saw? Mine was the Gridiron Gang. That movie is really impressive.


The last film i seen at the cinema was smoking aces and the last film i bought on dvd was 16 blocks. The both are very good films.
lookatme
Sadly :[ Jackass 2. I thought it was the worst movie ever. I don't reccommend it at all.
bassman
"Big." Yay for young Tom Hanks!!
medievalman26
I saw Epic Movie it was kind of wierd but then again I missed the beginning of it so I had no clue what was going on.
Blu_Spykz
Last film I watched was Tremors 2, 20 minutes ago.
frozenhead
"A Night at the Museum" - Ben Stiller, a good movie! Wink
mattchun
Now it changes to Paradise Now, what you guys think about it?
suppastar
The last movie I saw was Because I Said So with Diane Keaton and Mandy Moore. It wasn't as bad as the reviews have made it out to be really, though it *IS* super cheesy and melodramatic. It was also really forced and predictable, I mean you could literally figure out every plot twist in the movie by about minute 15.

Diane Keaton was so so, I kinda felt sorry for her, she deserved a better script really. Mandy Moore is actually a pretty decent actress, though I much preferred her in Saved!.
Master Yoda
Well the last movie I saw was Casino Royale....
k10000s
I watched "Children of Men" yesterday. It was not bad. However, it was hard to understand. I didn't understand whole meaning of the movie.
Blu_Spykz
Diamonds Are forever was the last film I saw. Last night,.

I have recently been on an excursion (via ebay) and bought 19 of the bond films in the last week.

Watching them sequencially and am up to (whatever is after DAF)
Captain Fertile
The last movie I watched was GOAL!

Being brought up as a Newcastle United supporter this film was fun to watch. I do feel that it might have some limited appeal for other people too though.

Did this film make any impact in the USA or anywhere outside of the UK?
jay84h
Last movie I seen was Norbit, it was hilarious!
Ozzy
RV: Runaway Vacation.

Robin Williams is my hero!
medievalman26
Finally saw the beginng of Epic Movie so now I know it is wierd but still kind of funny.
Captain Fertile
Just finished watching two movies back to back.

First was The Dirty Sanchez Movie, VERY funny and better than Jackass without a doubt. No so much fecel humour which I really struggle with. I was laughing and hiding my eyes at the same time - great stuff.

Second Was The Texas Chainsaw Massacre - The Beginning. Also quite a good movie, pretty gory but a lot of fun and a good insight into how leatherface came to be and how the crazy Hewitt family we encountered in the remade Texas Chainsaw Massacre came to be as twisted as they were.

A very enjoyable afternoon of distraction and time off from the forum at last! Laughing
Seiji
I watched A Petal today. It was surprising to see a movie based on the Kwangju mass. The movie was made in 1996 so I couldn't expect much. Too bad only one director has been brave enough to make a film over the controversial event. Hopefully another director can make something happen.
RallyMonkey
I watched Babel. Not nearly as good as I thought it would be. They were confused as to what message they were trying to make, and ended up not making one at all.
evilryu530
the last movie i saw was rocky balboa, his final installation of the movie. i thought it was more of a closure for him ratuer than making it a good movie. im glad he got that off his chest. the dude still looks hella buff. but damn the story line ws garbage...all and all. go watch it if you are a fan of rockey.
gtherockgod
evilryu530 wrote:
but damn the story line ws garbage...


I gotta agree with you on that one. It was pretty hard to follow when for most of the movie you could only make out 1 or 2 words in each sentence Rocky said Laughing
medievalman26
Last movie I saw was Reno 911 Miami. It was midly entertaining with several funny scenes. It still was pretty stupid. Then again as long as it is better than Borat I am happy.
schooldays
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb

Classic, brilliant Cold War satire. Peter Sellers is just amazing.



Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the War Room!

Laughing
pudovkin
"Just for kicks", about sneaker culture.
An "OK" film. hahaha
Tokci
hmmm last movie I saw would be unknown...

nice small budget movie..with good story and interesting twist.
Blu_Spykz
Last film(s) I saw - I went t' Cinema on Friday gone and watched The Number 23, and then Ghost Rider.

I really enjoyed both of them... Ghost Rider being very slow for the first 45 minutes, but still entertaining... and in true comic ---> movie tradition... Very cheesy.... but a good film.

The Number 23, despite all the bad press, raves and reviews is perhaps the best film I have watched this century.
scottycrip
The last movie I saw was Stranger Than Fiction with Will Ferrell. It was cute and I was a huge fan of Maggie Gyllenhaal in that movie. I definitely recommend it for a couple of laughs and a good overall plot.

Going to see '300' tonight. I shall let everyone know how good it is (I've heard nothing but good reviews).

Edit: 300 was great. Strong story great action, surprisingly only 2 hours long. The overall look and feel of the movie was amazing. Be weary, however, of those saying things like "greatest movie ever" & "my favorite in a long time". It was good but don't overshoot your expectations...
hlavco
Watched "Accepted" a few weeks ago. Cool idea for a movie, and sort of relate-able because I'm in my first year of college. Though I was never rejected. Still, good movie and funny.
markrc99
I went through the pages looking for insight into several movies I'd like to see and one person had seen the The Good Shepherd, a drama about espionage and the beginnings of world's largest and most powerful criminal organization, the CIA. The guy was bored, not enough action. ...lol... Flick features an all-star cast.

Someone else briefly mentioned Blood Diamonds, again featuring interesting subject matter, this time about the illicit diamond trade in West & Central Africa I believe. Whether the movie ties Liberia's former strongman Charles Taylor, or any his handlers (CIA) to the exploitation and bloodshed, I do not know. Two other interesting connections to Taylor were Pat Robertson & Jesse Jackson.

Further, the movie most assuredly wouldn't dare delve into the fact that both terrorist organizations & multi-national corporations alike profit handsomely or that Israel, which has no such natural resources itself, yet, precious stones from Africa are their 2nd leading export. The vast majority of which, end up in the US...lol... But if it gets people thinking and understanding that they have to do the research themselves to know the facts about world around them then such movies are a start.

Another movie I just haven't had time to go see (although none of these even played in our town), is Forest Whitaker's portrayal of Ugandan dictator Idi Amin in The Last King of Scotland. Amin, a tool of the British Empire, was a ruthless thug.

I can recommend Al Gore's Inconvenient Truth, which is the last movie I've gone and seen.
budazz
300 great filmmmmm........................tonight we dine in hell Exclamation Applause
matti05
The last film what I looked at there was Holligans. I watched him on PC, not in the cinema unfortunately, but for this 3 times I already saw him though this is the film which one can watch in infinity.
crimson_aria
Just saw "300". A very nice film. I love the effects.
filet
its mukhsin..won awards at 57th Berlin International Film festival..
its about fist love..

read this comment from imdb :
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0863091/
Laughing Laughing

The song haunts me.., 14 March 2007
8/10
Author: andymazlan from Kuala Lumpur

Overall the film is OK. I think it's better than Sepet and much better than Gubra in term of its story, its sentimental value.

There are a few scenes that makes me touched. Yes I agree that the boy (Mukhsin) did his acting very good. Brilliant. I can say that his acting is almost natural.

However, the song 'Ne Me Quitte Pas' by Nina Simone really spooks me.

Laughing
medievalman26
I just saw I think I love my wife. It was ok I guess.
dickyzin
I watched "Man of the Year" recently. It's a good story. It's good to have a little humour in politics.
prole
Watched Hannibal Rising today. It was just... ok.
Milky.
I watched 'speed' today, I know that it's an old movie, but I haven't seen it yet, so today I watched it in my computer. (My dad downloaded from limewire)

It had nice story, so it was OK.
The story of movie is very important for me!
Shewolf
I watched was Monthy Python's Quest for the Holy Grail not too long a go. A movie fuild of surreal madnsess, and I love it Very Happy
Coclus
I saw "The Illusionist" on DVD, it s a pretty good movie. I liked the way it was filmed to, with very warm colors and many face close-ups..
bluefossil
I saw Bridge to tarabithia With a friend. We both thought the movie would be more of a fantasy movie, but it turned out not to be so. I thought it was still a very good movie even though the movie was very different from what we were expecting.
ballinboy13
The last movie I watched was part of Casino Royale on DVD. I liked what I watched but I still need to finish it.

The last movie I saw in theatres was TMNT. I liked the movie, it wasn't that great, but it had some funny parts, and was good.
soldeinvierno
300 and liked it very much.
trumnation
The last movie I saw was Meet The Fockers. It was on TV the other night and I thought it wold be a good one to watch. Good but im my opinion frustrating to watch haha. After you've seen it a few times, you know whats coming and it can get frustrating.
HybridIllusionAus
Mr Beans Vacation and Blood Diamond.

Mr Beans Vacation I will give 7.5/10. Very funny, but typical Bean stuff, you could see what was going to happen, but it still made you laugh.

Blood Diamond I give a 9/10. Loved the movie. Good level of action (could be more diverse). Good story and it really opens your eyes.
Lady_Star
I do believe the last movie I saw was called the Covenant but I'm not sure if that was the last one or if it was Final Destination 3 that we watched last. We try to get movies at least once a week to watch but sometimes I get them out of order when asked what we watched last... Embarassed
Tokci
Saw shooter yesterday...starring mark walhberg.
it was a good movie...decent storyline, good action.

I like mark walhberg...esp in the departed...he was good in this movie as well.
Nothing extraodrinary in the movie as such...was a bit disappointed with ending though.

But still a good time pass.
cavey
The last movie I saw (today), was the Da Vinchi Code. For 10 minutes I was wondering who Sir Leigh Teabing was, then I was convinced it was Peter O'Toole. Of course it was Ian McKellen from LOTR and X-men. Wow, they look just the same!

Good movie by the way! No I haven't read the book.
laurenrox
The last movie that I saw was The Reaping. My boyfriend took me to see it to celebrate my birthday with me. He didn't like it much, claiming that it was a "chick-flick", but I loved it, even though it was a little confusing.[/i]
crimson_aria
watched Pan's Labyrinth the other day..

I love the movie. Very tragic, but beautiful movie.
pudovkin
I've watched "Pan's" also.

The most incredible thing on this film is about violence: I (my pov) is that the changes to fantasy sequence from the real world sequence are far much more violent than the real world sequences.

I don't know if I was clear about that, but the thing is violence is not only related to blood or to ignorance, but to brusque changes. (my opinion, of course)

... well, it's a good film to watch and to reflect about violence, not only about a war or a little girl. Wink
silverdown
Well the last 2 were

Shanghi KNight ( Sequel to SHanghi Noon )

Lack Placid 2
dickyzin
I saw Music and Lyrics on Saturday. It's not bad. I want to know if the song was actually sung by Hugh Grant.
soldeinvierno
I watched Spiderman I last night on TV and liked it more than the first time I saw it on the movies.
mattyj
i FINALLY saw the Da Vinci code last night and REALLY enjoyed it!!!
et-configs
I saw Spiderman 3 on friday.. and Earlier today i watched Spaceballs!!!!!!! Laughing
bluefossil
SPIDER-MAN 3,
The effects were great and they did Venom and Sandman Really well.

I think the writers had fun with Topher Grace. I watched That 70's Show, all the time, and some of Topher's lines were very Eric Foreman-like.

Best movie I've seen as of yet this Year. But I have a long Lists of movies I need to see in the coming months.
goldendes
Smile hi

The last one I saw was 300 film .. It was very good !!

Razz
My Greets
GoldenDES
laurenrox
I saw an amazing movie the other night... It's one that just came out on DVD, which is Night at the Museum. That movie was so halarious! I loved the monkey and the Easter Island Head. He said, "Hey dum-dum, give me gum-gum." I almost died laughing. At one point he said, "Quiet! My dum-dum wants speak." Lol. I've been saying that for 2 days!
medievalman26
I saw Kinckn' it old school last week.
jylan
At the moment I am watching spiderman 1 and really enjoying it Very Happy . I can't wait to watch spiderman 2 and 3.
Rako
spider man 3 i thought it was cool.
tkGER
spider-man 3 ... money was never spent with such a regret Crying or Very sad
medievalman26
I saw a hilarious movie a couple days ago. It was awesome. Delta Farce is an ...interesting movie. If you like comedy you should definitely see it.
stan
88 Minutes. I have to say this is one of the best movie I saw lately. If you have seen the movie, the ending was not what you expected the way it is but it is still nonetheless a twist. I would highly recommend this to anyone.
karysky
I just saw the Once Upon a Time in China trilogy...

It was quite impressive, and Jet Li makes an exquisite Wong Fei Hung.

It tells the story of the life of Wong Fei Hung, a very well known martial artist that lived in China in times of political/economical changes with foreigners.

Awesome series. I recommend it to any martial arts fan.
mialynavahy
the last movie i saw was Superman3, it was okay, i prefer the second, it was too long but i enjoy it
Fake
The Brotherhood of War Razz
crimson_aria
Pirates of the Carribean 3. watched it yesterday.
mac_ad
crimson_aria wrote:
Pirates of the Carribean 3. watched it yesterday.

I watched 1 and 2 in preperation for 3 yesterday, this thursday is my night out at the movies Wink

But the last movie I watched was "fire in the sky", this odd alien movie, and what was weirdest was that it was played on the history channel!!! Surprised
medievalman26
Man I just forgot the name. Oh wait now I remember it was Shrek 3. It was ok but I guess the commercials kinda spoiled it by showing all the good parts.
dickyzin
The last movie I saw is The Holiday. Just managed to watch it the before yesterday. I thought it was going to be a boring movie but it managed to prove me wrong.
missdixy
Norbit. It was....ehhh...a little odd/dull/stupid. Though I admit there were a few parts I found humorous.
carlospro7
The last movie I saw was 'Diarios de Motocicleta.' This is an amazing movie. It stars Gael Garcia Bernal playing Ernesto Guevara, and is based on the true story of Guevara and his friend. It's about two friends who travel across South America, and how their trip changed their lives. The movie has incredible shots of places, and most of the scenes were shot at the spot. One of my favorite movies. Also the music in the movie is very good.
rein
Ah, i just got back from seeing Pirates of the Caribbean III
Though it's realy just 'more of the same', it's still a quite enjoyable flick.
talekang
one night on museum
i though it was so funny. but not really funny...
but enough if you just want to spent your time just for watch by sleep
brilliantbeauty
Pirates of the Caribbean 3 of course! Very Happy
TurtleShell
HoboPelican wrote:
The last movie I saw was "Plan 9 From Outer Space". Taped it from last week and finally got to see it....What a great bad movie! If you haven't seen this awful "Z" movie, you have got to rent it, get some friends overs, have a few beers and pop this sucker in. If you dont laugh your butt off, you need help. Wink


Yep, plan 9 is quite the cinematic achievement.

I just saw Spiderman III couple nights ago. It was everything I hoped it would be. big budget, cheesey, glitzy, nerdy fun.
dickyzin
I just watched Syriana a few days ago. It's quite boring that I fell asleep.
Siddhesh
the last movie i watched on computer was Spiderman 3 since spiderman is my favorite character. i haven'y been to theater for quite a long time. last time i went to theaters to watch a hindi movie- Lage Raho Munnabhai.
Vladalf
Last movie I saw was Scary Movie 4. What an awesome and funny movie. Laughing
man_nerss
Last movie seen was Fantastic Four, the rise of the Silver surfer
B4 that was Oceans Thirteen.
Very Good!
Both of them!
pedrothelion
I watched Perfume last night with my girlfriend. It's a great 'couples' movie I'd say, just the right level of excitement and intrigue.

At the end though, I was rooting for the killer though, I couldn't help but feel for him with that background. I didn't quite get the ending though, starting to wonder if the mob ate him..! Shocked
McDucque
I watched the DOA:Dead or Alive movie the other day...

Holy cow, it was terrible.
twisthigh
The last movie I saw was Max Keeble's Big Move, it was playing on t.v. last night and I decided to watch it, it was pretty cute for a kid movie. I love finding movies that play on t.v. especially if its like a no commercial station that just rocks, it feels so much better not renting a movie, but one just coming on naturally on t.v.
tiboo211
I watched Shrek 3 last wednesday!
The cinema was full and very animated! i really had a good time and the movie is very entertaining, serious sometimes but really great!!
you won't lose your money nor your time, it gives you punch and enthusiasm!!
an idea? go and watch Shrek 3! maybe with a depressive friend, he will like it too!(i tested) Idea
McDucque
tiboo211 wrote:
I watched Shrek 3 last wednesday!
The cinema was full and very animated! i really had a good time and the movie is very entertaining, serious sometimes but really great!!
you won't lose your money nor your time, it gives you punch and enthusiasm!!
an idea? go and watch Shrek 3! maybe with a depressive friend, he will like it too!(i tested) Idea


Awesome, I haven't seen it yet AND I have a manically depressed friend, I think we'll go tonight XD lol
JimmyHoffa1029
I saw Borat on DVD =)

Quotes:
My name is a borat! I likea you! I likea ( im censoring this here cause kiddies watch these forums too =p )!

This suit is Black (pause) not!
This suit is not black.
Tim Graham
At the movies, Shrek 3 was the last I saw.

The original is a bit old now and the second was pushing it, but that didn't seem to stop them from wheeling out a third, along with all the product placement (KMart, McDonalds, even the Nine Network had a 'Shrek Weekend') that comes with it.

It was alright for kids although as far as actual entertainment goes, I wouldn't bother. I wouldn't pay to see it at the movies, if there was nothing else on then I might think about it.

You know you'll see it eventually (TV, on a plane, whatever) so just wait until then!
cavey
The last movie I saw, was Senseless (1998). It's a college / high school movie with Marlon Wayans and David Spade. Marlon is joining a school medicine experiment where his senses is being strengthened. Many funny situations, and some romance too :)
crimson_aria
kind of late.. but I just saw Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Johnny Depp).
soldeinvierno
I just saw Shrek 3 on the movies. I kind of liked it but this one was far more childish than the previous ones. It lacks that neutral sense of humor than the first and (especially) the second part had.

Nevertheless, the graphics were awesome. It's unbelieable the level that these movies had adquired, to the point that I feel that I 2D movies should start to fade away.

I just hope they don't continue with the saga and invest more time doing a script that is worth the quality of the images.
pudovkin
"Zodiac".
Long, but nice. And very segmented: I mean that the script come and goes on different characters, with different rhythms. It's impressive.
Fincher scores.
zanzou
Theatres: Knocked Up (watch out for crowning babies!)
Rented: [finished]- The Fountain [on delay until I have more time/unfinished]- Strangers with Candy
AVA182
Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer. It was alright, but I don't know that I would actually but it when it comes out.
medievalman26
I saw Even Almighty and just a couple hours ago I saw Live Free or Die Hard. Both of them are great movies and somehow LFDH manged to be a very funny action movie.
sanalskumar
The movie I last saw is Spiderman 3... Its a nice one..
cavey
I just saw Tommyknockers by Stephen King! (mini-series). I saw it 15 years ago and loved it, so I just had to buy it when I saw it on a second hand store. Recommended if you like good "old" scary Stephen King movies!
Blu_Spykz
Just got through watching X Men 3.

Yup, on sky, never before seen, and never to be seen again... what a pile of garbage. Good CGI effects, but effects don't make a movie good.
Vladalf
Last movie I saw was Ratatuille. That was an awesome movie.
Lately all animated movies are very funny.
vitorpacheco
I saw Fantastic Four, the Silver Surfer, or something like that haha
That's a great movie, I'll watch Transformers soon.
Lady Elensar
Pan's Labyrinth.

Nice but strange movie. Sometimes not that real, but I know, it's fantasy Razz There also happens unpleasant and sad things. The end of the story I didn't like that much. But besides, it was a good movie.
kiranaghor
Bheja Fry. It is a hindi comedy film. great one. must watch.
bluefossil
I Saw Transformers on Imax. Unfortunately it was just the regular 35mm film projected onto the Larger Screen. I would recommend watching it on The Regular screen The Digital DLP of it is Available in your area. The Sound in the Imax Theater was awesome though. Wish the Regular theater had the same sound system.
imera
Just finished watching 'gangs of new york'. Even if it's old it's still nice
bluefossil
I saw The New Harry Potter movie. I haven't read the books so I don't know if anything was missing. I thought there seemed to be a few Holes in it. and Some parts that didn't really lead to anything. I guess it's all a set up for the next two movies or whatever. All in All it was ok. but nothing great.
Shewolf
I've just watched the new Harry Potter movie as well, and it was quite okay, I guess. The book is of course way better, but the movie is good enough.
Coclus
I think I saw Team America last...
molif
i saw borat... NICE!!
Manus et Therion
I rent through Blockbuster Video with a Total Access membership. It's great. I watch about six movies a week as a result, all for less than $20 a month. A great deal.

The last movie I watched was "The Last King of Scottland." It was about the Uganda dictator of the 1970s, Idi Amin - known as "The Butcher of Africa" - and the role was excellently played by Forest Whitaker. An excellent movie. I highly recommend it, especially if you are history buff such as me.
Fake
It was Fantastic Four,Rise of the silver Surfer
bri4n5
I saw recently Mr. Bean's Holiday, it was funny Very Happy
Vladalf
I just saw Britannic part 1 and 2.
I really liked that it was from a true story.
erlendhg
Lord of the Rings - the Fellowship of the ring
But it was not the first time I saw it.

Can't actually remember which film I saw last (that I never had seen before)
J-Evil
I went and saw Transformers on monday. Long movie but good and Full of action.
disciplesofhades
the last movie i saw was karate kid 2 just yesterday in fact mr miyagi is awesome i want to meet him to teach me karate
Peterssidan
The last movie I saw was the monty python movie, Holy grale. I have seen it before but it's ery funny so I can look at it many times more.
Boffel
The last movie i saw, was Troy for an hour ago... But it was not the whole movie, so the last whole movie I saw was Lord Of The Rings - The return of the king ;D

So I just love movies from the old times.

I also like 3d movies and action movies... Very Happy
hsadmin
I watched 2 movies, one after another last night..

First: Dude, Where's My Car
Second: The Hot Chick

Gotta love the the classics, LOL!
ballinboy13
I Now Prounounce You Chuck and Larry

Watched it the other night in theatres. Movie was hilarious
medievalman26
I also saw Chuck and Larry it was hilarious.
jordi
The last movie i saw was Pirates of the Carabieen Razz I have seen him now 3 x
bri4n5
Las night i saw "The Illusionist" by Edward Norton, interesting movie.
desertwind
DH4.0 - Great action flick. Popcorn movie. No sense, only pure fun. Smile

HP5 - Less Magic, More Movie. Better than many others in the series.
dickyzin
bri4n5 wrote:
Las night i saw "The Illusionist" by Edward Norton, interesting movie.


Yes, it is an interesting movie. I watched it on Singapore Airlines in April.
expert77
simpson the movie. It was not as good as i expected.
desertwind
Just Finished Season 1 & 2 of "The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes" 1984 TV Series.

The Best Holmes & Watson I've ever seen. Never seen a better portrayal of Watson. Jeremy Brett is more than perfect as Holmes. I haven't felt better when I've seen a filmed version of book before.

10/10

PS: I've 5 more seasons to go. But with a new Watson.
desertwind
Just Finished Season 1 & 2 of "The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes" 1984 TV Series.

The Best Holmes & Watson I've ever seen. Never seen a better portrayal of Watson. Jeremy Brett is more than perfect as Holmes. I haven't felt better when I've seen a filmed version of book before.

10/10

PS: I've 5 more seasons to go. But with a new Watson.
dickyzin
I just finished watching The Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. I prefer the first Fantastic Four (2005). This one was a bit boring. The best part (or almost the best part) was where Jessica Alba burnt her clothes. Other than that, nothing was that interesting. I haven't seen the Transformers but I heard Transformers is much better than this Fantastic Four.
rayx
The last movies i saw was Spiderman 3 and Fantastic 4 Rise of the Surfer. Also Ratatouile Laughing
Shewolf
Hauru no ugoku shiro/Howl's Moving Castle
I fianally got to see it, and it's simply amazing. First I watched the original version, in Japanese, then the dubbed version in my native language. The original was for sure the best, the movie sort of lost all its magic being transcribed into Nowegian. it was simply not the same movie at all...
roxys_art
I don't really have much time to go out and see movies, and I am not really sure the exact date we went to see it. However, the last movie I went to was Vacancy. It was exactly what I expected, and my advice would be to save your money renting/buying this movie and purchase Psycho instead. The plots are similar, but Psycho is much better.
dickyzin
I watched the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles last week. I thought it was a movie was turned out to be an animation. It was not too bad although I would have enjoyed the non-animation movie more. Simpsons the Movie is better and it's worth it to watch it the second time since I missed out on some of the little / subtle details that are quite funny.
Blu_Spykz
I watched 2 films in one night.

FRacture (Anthony Hopkins/Ryan Gosling) and Premonition (Sandra Bullock/Julian McMahon)

Fracture was a great film, if you ignore the OBVIOUS plot holes, making the film entertaining ... but nothing more. A nice "villain" role for A.H, and Gosling as superb as an ego-manic lawyer. Probably WONT be watching this again though. 7/10

Premonition was poor. No, it was VERY poor. It wasn't too hard to follow, but it was so boring...and the ending was one I expected from the start. Will NOT be watching this again. Sandra's worst film (though good performance) this century. 3/10

Next film I will be watching is The Reaping with Hillary Swank. Woo.
germy7
Last movie I saw was Rush Hour 3!
It was funny, but it felt like I was watching either the first or 2nd movie... Nothing really all that different! And the ending felt kind of incomplete...it was felt hanging.
bluefossil
Hellboy on Blu-ray. Hmmmm HD goodness. I need more.
dickyzin
I watched the movie "Next" starring Nicolas Cage last week. It's a good movie. I really enjoyed it. The story was really interesting and Nicolas Cage is a great actor.
pudovkin
"University of laughs".
Incredible how this japanese film can hold your attention with only two characters, on a naïve plot.
filet
I watched the whole trilogy lord of the rings 1 to 3 last night . Still loving the whole plot and characters but I can't figure out why frodo had to leave shire and his friends and aboard the ship with gandalf, elves, his uncle to the sea...
cosmicx
filet wrote:
I watched the whole trilogy lord of the rings 1 to 3 last night . Still loving the whole plot and characters but I can't figure out why frodo had to leave shire and his friends and aboard the ship with gandalf, elves, his uncle to the sea...


Yeah, I loved Lord of The Ring too...
It is too interesting, nice and exciting to me, I spent almost 2 days to finish off the trilogy for LOTR...
I guess maybe Frodo would like to widen his knowledge, travel around the world and learn from Gandalf Cool
Shewolf
I think Frodo needed to leave, to get his peace of mind. He had been through more than any ordernary hobbit had ever been. And it had damaged him, his lifequality and future.
Actually, I think it's pretty nice that the book and movie end the way they do. They are traveling to the West, to land of the Elves. I always picture Frodo dying the garden of Lórien, after Sam has joined them. What a nice place to end your days... Smile

The last movie I watched was A Requem for a Dream. A pretty tough movie about people fates, and how easy it is to lose everything.
Fake
Die Hard 4.0 Smile
dickyzin
I watched 300. Not too impressed. Weird movie.
I also watched Stranger Than Fiction which I really enjoyed. The story is very entertaining.
Reno 911! - Miami is the last movie that I just watched. Very silly.
rheanna
Invasion and it sucked
dickyzin
Watched Tom Yum Goong. Great martial arts and humorous movie. Also promotes conservation of wildlife - elephants in particular.

Also watched When Will I Be Loved. Okay movie. Not so great movie but some good scenes. Smile
Vladalf
Last movie I saw was: Lion King.
I allways like to watch it again. Razz
prole
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

a Guy Ritchie movie
dickyzin
I watched Epic Movie the other day. It was quite funny and very silly as anyone would expect.
Drawingguy
I watched Seven Samurai yesterday...or today, if you consider three in the morning to be part of today. It was pretty good.
ZeroXD
prole wrote:
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

a Guy Ritchie movie


That's one of my favorite movies! If you liked lock stock, you should check out Snatch, it's pretty good also.

The last movie i saw was 3:10 to Yuma, I liked it a lot despite the unrealistic ending.
ercanmemili
i never saw a movie like "sassy girl". did somebody watch it??
azbuky
I've seen "Shall We Dance" two days ago. Not only it was the last movie I've seen lately, but also the greatest! For dance passionates, I recommend it!
bri4n5
Shooter with Mark Wahlberg and Danny Glover, nice movie!!!
bluefossil
I saw Bourne Ultimatum, I enjoyed it.
DSGamer3002
I just saw Rain Man on TV last night. That's such a great movie; it shows you not to take things for granted, and that there are more important things in life than just money. Smile
medievalman26
Oh man! Mr. Woodcock was hilarious ( for those who are idiots that would be the movie I last saw) I don't know why but it just was.
Zaini711
I saw Outlaw the other day. Promising but it's like a lot more can be done to make it better. Also watched Breach. Okay film but it's too plain and not engaging enough. Behind Enemy Line 2 - what a bollock. The first movie is good but why & why do they make the 2nd movie.
crimson_aria
watched Apocalypto the other day. I like the movie.
dickyzin
I watched Oceans' 13 on the plane from Sydney to Bangkok. But the small screen on the plane is quite useless. The glare from the window makes it impossible to see, especially in dark scenes. Didn't get to finish to movie since the PA announcements keep interrupting. Guess I'll watch it again later.
SpellcasterDX
I watched Rush Hour 3. It was...decent I suppose. It had too much sexuality in it, imo. And it wasn't as nicely done as the first 2, so I might or might not rent it when it comes out on DVD. Anyway, I'd give it a 6.5/10 cause it just didn't live up to my expectations, and it isn't as good as the first 2. I recommend it if you want to see Jackie and Chris again, but otherwise, I wouldn't.
cafein
i watched stardust yesterday night it was really enjoyable i lke deniro s character and stargirl:D
typingphenom2007
300. It was a good mix of war, courage, love, and betrayal all mixed in one. It was amazing how they built the wall of dead humans to protect themselves from their enemies. The fight scenes were incredibly well put together. I would see it again and again. It is a great movie. Cool
dickyzin
I watched Captivity yesterday. It was a lame movie and a very predictable story / plot. Similar to "Saw" but Saw is so much better.

I also watched Die Hard 2 and Too Fast Too Furious again. Can never get bored with these movies. I can't wait to watch Die Hard 4 (Live Free or Die Hard), although I got to watch just the start of the DVD. I stopped watching since the quality of the DVD copy was very bad.
frozenhead
Ahm.. Transformers (good movie), Oceans 13 and Resident Evil Extinction. Very Happy
medievalman26
Just saw Dragon wars it was ok but I missed the begging so I have to see it again.
Shewolf
I finally watched My Sassy Girl some days ago.
It's a Korean movie about a boy who meets a gir (very original, of course), abd they end up having this sort of relationship. The storyline itself is quite simple and cute, but this film is still worth watching Very Happy
kiran_n444
Last movies was SIMPSONSSSSS and resident Evil 3
crimson_aria
The Count of Monte Cristo.
dickyzin
I watched Freedom Writers. It's a very good emotional movie.
legion
I saw Sunday night "V for Vendetta".
jerredk
"Gladiator" i love that movie !

i watch the movie like 20 X and still the best 1 ever
and too very good soundtracks you know
medievalman26
Heartbreak Kid I saw it on Friday, it wasn't the worst movie I have seen but it came in at second worst. right next to Borat.
dickyzin
I watched Hannibal Rising the other night. The gruesome level dropped from previous Hannibal movies. Sometimes got a bit boring but it was a nice movie overall. Great acting and setting.
desertwind
Cars. Only an okay kind of movie according to Pixar standards.
filet
Millionaire First Love...Its an ok romantic movie. with sad ending.
rappn
Latest Swedish movie i saw was: Vägen ut

Latest English movie i saw was: Kung fu Hustle (I just must say that Kung fu hustle was one of the ****** funniest movie i ever seen!)
crimson_aria
The last movie I saw was "Dororo" It's a Japanese film based on a game. I liked it.
kuhdorf
Der blutige Pfad Gottes^^ very nice movie!
drdrift
I saw van wilder lastly and Beer fest is good one to watch too.
Sphaerenkern
I think it was the movie "Amadeus"... interesting, but a bit long - directors cut, ~3 hours Very Happy
It wasn't bad, though, but Mozart was shown a bit like a Clown sometimes Very Happy
Vladalf
Last movie I saw was ''V for Vendette'' and it was AWESOME!
Allot of action and mistery and it kept me thrilled from start to finish.
carlokes
Hi there,

Yesterday I saw Pan's Labyrinth from Guillermo del Toro and i'm still speechless about the movie. It is an amazing movie and i'm still think about it and the message behind it...
For those that don't know the movie, check this link:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0457430/

A must see in my opinion and probably one of the best movies I ever seen.

Stay Cool everyone !!
dickyzin
I watched Transformers the other night but fell asleep. The movie was not the problem but since I was so tired and had a really long day, I couldn't keep my eyes open. I'll watch it again soon.
ambrose69
Just re-watched Salvage and think it gets better with every viewing. For those of you who haven't seen it, go out and rent it or buy it if you are a fan of low budget horror films. The film is great, great story, good acting and with enough twists and a shocking ending. The commentary is very good and the Crook brothers go into detail about how they made the film. The only complaints I have is that they should have had some of the actors talk on the commentary and during the commentary the brothers try to talk over the movie itself at full volume instead of reducing the volume so we can hear everything they have to say. It would have been nice if they also put the screenplay on the DVD so those of us who wanted to read it could.
bulek
I just watched Wrong Turn 2. It's pretty good and fearful movie. The storyline is so-so, but actions and huntings if forest really keep adrenalin high all the time. Wink
dickyzin
I watched Ghost Whisperers again last night. Great movie.
ambrose69
I just rented "I now pronounce you Chuck and Larry" on DVD and was very surprised that I liked it. Entertainment Weekly film critics gave the film an "F". Where do they get these film critics from? Do they even like films? I'm not a big fan of Adam Sadler, but I thought he did a very good job in this film. I don't know what gay people thought of the film, but while the film makes fun of them, the film also make fun of everyone else and in the end shows that gay people are just like everyone else. Adam Sadler is also a big enough person to have a running gag in the film aimed at his character, so my respect for him went up a notch. The other leading man, I don't remember his name but he's the same guy in Hitch that Will Smith helps, does a terrific job. Jessica Biel is gorgeous in the film and I was surprised by how much she showed and the jokes she's the butt of. So, overall, if you're bored you might want to give the film a try, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.
ammonkc
I just watch the new Tyler Perry movie, "Why did I get married?". I really like this movie. I wasn't sure what to expect going into it. and since it had a very short run at most theaters in my area, I was a little skeptical. It was very entertaining. I thought it did a good job at making a serious drama about marriage and relationships funny. I thought that it would just be a really preachy chick flick, but it wasn't that at all.
dickyzin
I saw the Ghost Whisperers on TV the other night.
georgekalathil
The Last Holywood movie that I watched was the Ghost Rider and was simply superb.
dickyzin
I watched the Wedding Date on TV. It's an old movie but I just saw it for the first time. It's entertaining but not to my liking. A little over exaggerated I think.
sthar
The last movie I saw was "home alone", i think its a great movie.
Razz
bri4n5
I saw Forrest Gump yesterday, wow! what a great movie!! Shocked
KatanaSky
The last movie I've seen was at the dollar theater - "The Seeker".

It wasn't too bad, I actually kind of enjoyed it. It's a movie based on the book "The Dark is Rising". I've never read it but yup it was a pretty cool movie, if you're looking for a movie to watch with your little brother or sister or cousin or something it's a nice little film.
medievalman26
I saw Bee movie. It was funny. I think it is a good movie to take kids/families to
skukreja
i last seen JAB WE MET
classic movie
to keep you glued to the movie till the end
and songs too are awesom
cosmicx
I watched "Star Dust" in the cinema last week...
The movie is like Narnia style, where the story line took place in a magical world...

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0486655/
alibadman
the last movie i WATCHED IS

300

it's a really awesome movie about 300 spatant who are going to fight against a million others. at the end they die but they become a legend and later a million spartans go fight back

you really gotta watch it
dickyzin
I watched Christmas with the Kranks last night on Channel 9. Nice movie.
desertwind
Haven't watched any new movies offlate. Last was Transformers. Smile
gwaps
the last movie i saw was, the fantastic 4, rise of the silver surfer.

it is not bad. i recomend you watch it also.
filet
The last movie I watched was knocked Up. It was okay but not liking it.
crimson_aria
I watched No Reservations the other night. It was okay. an average movie.
Costa
Superbad, this film is very funny Very Happy
Eyre
I went and saw The Myst the other day. Very creepy ending Razz. It's worth seeing, but make sure you have a feel good activity lined up for after the movie xD
dickyzin
Watched "I Robot" on TV last night. I've seen it at the cinemas when it came out and it was great. It wasn't the same effect when I watched it again on TV. Mostly due to the fact that I already knew the ending. But it was quite entertaining and the graphics were great.
dickyzin
I watched The Bourne Ultimatum last night. It was great but not as great as The Bourne Identity. Great action movie.
UtanCecilie
I watched Beowulf at Pathe, and I liked it a lot.
GeoS
300, Visually incredible. Felt like it could have filled a more epic story however, I wouldn't have minded sittting down for 3 hours for a movie like this (hell, we all did for Lord of the Rings).
monsterskuad
i watched the Bourne ultimatum, and Oceans 13 last night. cant wait to see the Mist and Sweeney Tod, Johny Depp/Timm Burton movies are always great, Tim Burton should really consider a new batman. but my favorite movie so far this year was American Gangster.
doppleganger
1408

was awesome, esp the effects and john cussack n samuel jackson

worth a watch
cavey
The last movie I saw, was "Shortcut to happiness". Unusual to see Alec Baldwin play a good part these days :) My dice says 4 points.

:/ 1408 totally gave me the claustrofobia!
Fake
Rush Hour 3, just watch it this evening.

I like the ending of the movie, when the show scenes from the takes/ret-takes
crimson_aria
Transformers. cool movie. I liked it a lot.
medievalman26
One word can describe the movie I saw....ALVIN! It was a very good holiday/family movie
mackhenry
last movie i saw ws i am legend awesome movie nd direction
bigdan
Watched Breaker Morant on DVD this afternoon. Gripping military court drama based upon the trial and execution of Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant.
desertwind
The Departed. Great Movie, Great Action, Great Performances, Great Execution. Brilliant.
desertwind
I also had watched Taare Zameen Par - A Hindi movie.

Review at my blog - http://riyaz.bitinc.co.in
filet
last nite : enchanted ... i hope to watch more foreign movies.
crimson_aria
Wrong Turn 2

nothing special. x__x
dickyzin
I saw Hostel 2 last night at my cousin's place. Didn't get to finish the movie. I still haven't seen Hostel (Part One) so I thought I want to see that first.

Also saw Run Away Bride on TV the other night on TV.
vsbull
The last movie was last night. My wife was watching Life time and it had something to do with Christmas and a man that left his wife for a 20 year old.
fsal54
The last film I saw at the cinema was Beowulf. I was hoping that would be amazing one but was not good at all.
Blu_Spykz
fsal54 wrote:
The last film I saw at the cinema was Beowulf. I was hoping that would be amazing one but was not good at all.


Oh, that's a shame Sad I was gonna watch Beowulf next, I think I may pass for a while though.

Last movie I saw was I Am Legend. Good film, strong performance, exciting, tense and good effects.

The downside? The same downside as most movies nowadays... the ending. Pretty weak to be fair. Shame though. 7/10 overall.
dirkvb
My last movie I saw, is Enchanted. A new movie in the cinema.
About a girl like Snowwhite, who comes in he real world, and have to find a way back, and she meets a lot of people.

Great film and a good end.

Greetz
Vladalf
Last movie I saw was Room 1408 and it was awesome.
I recommend it to everyone. ( Beware, it's a horror movie )
medievalman26
I saw Walk Hard The Dewy Cox Story, it had some funny moments. still plenty of other great movies to see before the year is over....CRAP now I have to hurry up and see them, year ends tomorrow night!
JustCarol
The last I saw on dvd: The Pursuit of Happyness (amazing!!!)

the last I saw on movie theatre: No Reservations (sad but true, going to the movies can be very expansive in Brazil)
FunDa
I just finished watching "Over the Hedge"

It is an animated movie about some wild animals whose wild habitat is taken over by humans when they were hibernating, a racoon (?) who discovers the true meaning of friends and family, and so many other things.

One of the characters is Hammy, who is on this forum I believe Laughing
TurtleShell
just watched part of Love Actually over Christmas. it's a pretty good movie.
ExecuKev
Twas 'I Am Legend' and it was mint!
Dean_The_Great
I just saw the second National Treasure movie, and it was awesome. It's everything you want in an adventure flick.
dickyzin
The last movie I saw was I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry. It's a great comedy with two of the best comedians.

I also watched The Gladiator and Nutty Professor on TV last night. I got two invitations for the opening and premier of The Gladiator in Sydney several years ago when it came out. I had a great time there.
Seiji
A Korean film called "May 18" which is based on the Gwanju Uprising. If anyone knows about this historical event and would like to see a film on it...I wouldn't recommend "May 18" but instead "A Petal".
Kelvin
The latest movie watched was "Alien vs. Predator 2" ... followed by "I am Legend".
fimperato
I saw sweeney todd it was great!
mark1230
the last movie which i saw was with my friend tikam who is no more now and therafter i had not seen the face of theatres yet . i love hollywood and bollywood movies but specialy wwe fan
thejus03
The last movie i saw was a series of unfortunate events..

it was a nice one. jim carry was good
datter
I just saw the Simpsons movie... it was ok, but that's about it.
medievalman26
I just watched Tommy Boy on tv. Still a good movie after all this time.
cosmicx
Just finish watching National Treasure 2...
And I would say that it is a great movie even though the storyline is quite expected...
at the end of the movie, it leaves some suspense for NT3 , so will the movie continues?
haha...
FunDa
Saw National Treasure 1. Loved it. And from what you say here, I think Nationall treasure Book of Secrets won't disappoint me


Going to watch Enchanted Now. ... Bye Razz
emem
The last movie I saw was Saw 4 Smile nasty...
dickyzin
I watched Shrek The Third a few days ago. I enjoyed it.
carlokes
Hi there,

Last movie i saw was "the Bee Movie" in the cinema last week. Personally I enjoy pretty much animation movies and since I am a fan of Jerry Sienfeld, it was like combining two things i really enjoy in one Razz
The movie is really interesting not only for children but also in an adult point of view. I recommend it to everyone that loves to give a goo laugh Smile

Stay Cool
ashish2005
The last movie which I saw was "I am legend" in my college and I totally enjoyed it.
j_f_k
die hard 4 was pretty good.

It had a couple of things going against it. Fristly its got a suffix of 4 - this is usually a bad sign, and secondly, bruce must ned a zimmer frame to run around in by now (the times called it diet hard ...!)

however despite that excellent movie - the hacking stuff is actually mildly believable (at least by hollywood standards of computer tech) and quite gripping. Bruce is excel as usual despite the age.
mattchun
three colors

blue white and red
Blu_Spykz
Aliens V. Predator : Requiem.

Poor film, watch it if you want, but DIE HARD Alien/Predator fans will NOT be impressed.
dickyzin
I watched I Am Legend the other day. The movie was great and the story was getting good and interesting until the ending. The whole movie except the ending was awesome. The ending could be done better in my opinion. I also don't understand why the colony didn't try to contact him through radio on the AM frequency like he did. Maybe because they fear that the zombies might come find them? Anyways, I didn't like the ending but the movie is worth watching.
Bryan_Bezzle
Last movie I saw was National Treasure 2. Pretty damn good Ill say.
JustCarol
I saw a movie last night called "Licence to Wed"... Pretty funny one! With Robin Williams about a couple who wants to get married but have to pass a course Laughing
cavey
Thursday I saw "Private School". It's an old high school (sex-)comedy from the 80s! I saw it when I was a teenager, and found it again on Amazon - just had to order it! They don't make comedies like they used to. The 80s is THE comedy year!
crimson_aria
sweeney todd. loved it.
FunDa
Wow !! I saw 12 movies in 12 days ...
Including Enchanted, Welcome, Balls of Fury, Taare Zameen Par.

Idiocracy, Looney Toons, Billa,

I can't even remember the names of the rest

I'm going into Brain freeze I think Shocked
prole
I saw Black Dahlia, The Band's Visit [Israeli].

The former is little bit stupid in its composition, but worth a little watching anyway; the latter is a great movie to watch.
dickyzin
I watched No Reservation a few weeks ago.
denemecik
The last movie I saw was The Brave One. Jodie Foster played a great role as a very strong woman in this film. It started out as a nice romantic film, then turned into something completly different. Jodie foster, after losing her fiance in a beating, went from a very lovely person, into a cold blooded woman. She had so much anger in her I thought what is going to happen to this woman if someone doesnt arrest her. Although she was killing the bad guys, it became like a thing with her. It seemed like during the day she would do her job as a radio host, then go out and start looking for bad people to kill. It seemed like that was what calmed her down. However this movie potrayed her as being strong with a gun. What if she didnt have the gun with her all the time? Would she have been just as brave? I thought that what made her so courageous was the fact that she had the gun with her at all times in case she came across another bad incident. I would definetly recommend this movie to everyone who enjoys movies that has a little of a dark side. I personally thought it was a great film, I loved Jodie Foster in Silence of the Lambs, and I definetly think she played her part really good.
dickyzin
I watched Live Free Or Die Hard a few weeks ago. Not bad for Part 4 of Die Hard and Bruce Willis' age. Overall, good movie.
Den_Admin
I saw "I am Legend" as my last movie Very Happy
Shewolf
The last movie I watched was the whole Lord of the Rings, extended version, triology. I watched it with a friend of mine. We used a Saturday, sitting in the sofa, eating chocolate and enjoying ourselves. A long time since I've laughed that much. Childhood memories, you know Wink
crimson_aria
The last I saw was 27 dresses. Watched it last night with two of my friends. I enjoyed it a lot. The movie is so cute.
adri
I just watched Hitman, that was just a superb movie, with the kills, the weapons,...

I just loved it! Very Happy



Adri
medievalman26
I saw Strange Wilderness....hillarious
chartcentral
That would be Alvin and the Chipmunks last weekend. Smile
AnalogPlayers
Diving Bell and the Butterfly.

I thought the movie was pretty amazing. The film techniques were just experimental enough to take notice, but not too over the top to where you don't notice the nuances of the plot.

The only real critique I have of the movie was the ending. It wasn't uplifting, it wasn't hard hitting, it wasn't sad, it wasn't happy. It just kind of... was.
inventor
The last most recently released movie i saw was "national treasure 2" but i just watched "dodgeball" yesterday on dvd. I had never watched dodgeball and someone told me it was hilarious. I must agree, the movie was pretty awesome. If you haven't seen it, it's definitely worth watching. "If you can dodge a wrench you can dodge a ball..." lol
dickyzin
Death At A Funeral is a great comedy. I watched it a few weeks ago. At first I thought it was going to be boring but fortunately I was wrong. Smile
deStructuralized
No Country For Old Men.

I retrospect it was quite good in terms of the acting. Tommy Lee Jones was fantastic. The dialogue was written well.

But it was long and depressing and had no apparent conclusion.

Yes I would've known that if I'd read the book first. No, that does not strip me of my right to criticize the film.

Yes, I get that it's supposed to be a thinking movie/novel. Yes, I can appreciate thinking movies. But you have to be in the right state of mind for them, and when commercials paint the movie as a shoot 'em up (like they did Hart's War) and you don't know what you're getting yourself into...disaster ensues Laughing

I'm interested in reading the book now.
catscratches
Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning

The prequel to Ginger Snaps. It's not as good as the original (of course) but it's really good nethersless.
I wish they would've made more Ginger Snaps movies =(
Triffid
National Treasure 2 and it was surprisingly good, much better then Jumper which let me down a lot.
Bit sad really as i did enjoy the first Bourne film and Mr and Mrs Smith and Jumper from the trailer was looking awesome.
Don't trust the trailers, I've been suckered by them many a time.
Flakky
Ummm.... I think it was Lord of War. A movie I saw for the second time. It's a great movie, about an illegal armsdealer.
dickyzin
I watched Cars. It's an animation / cartoon. Not my kind of movie.
ganz
Darkplace

This is a story about a father who locks his 10 year old boy in a "shadowbox." An ancient box meant to spiritually cleanse your evil sins or something like that ... This movie is almost unwatchable really, just an terribly incoherent plot with some really bad acting. I almost turned it off after the first 30 minutes, but I gave it a chance, hoping it would get better, but it just never did. The director tried cramming every director "gimmick" for lack of a better term he's ever seen from other movies into this one. When you rely so heavily on flashbacks/cutscenes to tell your story, it's usually a bad sign. For a supposed horror movie, there wasn't really anything scary about it, hardly any deaths/killings, just a bunch of dull dialogs and semi-creepy images. The only redeeming quality from this movie is it that it features Matthew McGrory (big guy from devil's rejects/house of 1000 corpses)in his last film before he died. Also the ending had an interesting little twist, but by then I didn't care, I just wanted it to be over already. Avoid this pile at all cost.


2/10
jerredk
The last movie i saw: The golden compass
It's a good movie but i little bit for kids.
My score for it : 7/10
A good junior movie Wink
yourtrips
The last movie i saw : Lord of the rings: The return of the king. I love the movie,... I watch the movie very much and it still inpress me. I give it a 10 / 10 !
crimson_aria
^ it's my favorite movie. same here, no matter how many times i watch it, it still impresses me. Lord of the rings is so win.


The last movie I watched was "Addicted to Love" with Meg Ryan and Matthew Broderick.
dickyzin
28 Weeks Later!! Very good movie. Very similar to Will Smith's - I Am Legend. In my opinion, it's so much better than I Am Legend.
annapurnatraders
The last movie i saw was:
RAMBO very good movie, must see movie .
Over her dead body is very funny movie.
Fools GOLD is nice too.
dickyzin
I watched "Blades of Glory". Very funny movie but kind of weird watching two guys figure skating together in pairs. Great for some good laughs.
FunDa
I watched "balls of fury" .. Ping Pong.

Also watched Forrest Gump (yes, I should have watched it much earlier, but didn't get the time)
MadeinIndia
The last movie I watched was Micheal Clayton. Some of my American friends told me that it was an amazing movie and I should not miss it, plus the fact that it received numerous oscar nominations, I decided to catch this one.

What a mistake! The story was going no where or rather I could not understand it. George Clooney is an amazing guy but I was just waiting for the story to lift off but all I could see was some absolute nonsense.

So when the break came, I was fast asleep and decided not to waste any more time on it. Even though the tickets were expensive, I decided that my peace of mind was more important and left the movie mid-way. Wise decision!
dickyzin
I heard Michael Clayton was supposed to be a good movie. I still haven't seen it yet but I think I should check it out later.

The last movie I watched was Rush Hour 3. Very good movie as usual. Jackie Chan is a great entertainer. Hope he can make more action/comedy movies before he retires or gets really old. He's starting to show some aging signs now. Hope he can do more stunts for a lot more years. Smile
Desiler
Rambo
pll
I just saw step up 2.
It's a kinda nice movie.
pudovkin
"Killing klowns from outer space". hahaha
Damn, that was ugly! hahaha
FunDa
Desiler wrote:
Rambo


A Rambo 4 review gave the deaths per minute rate of almost 3 for the movie !

And it also mentioned that Rambo (Rambo 1) had only one death in the whole movie
dickyzin
I watched Becoming Jane which is a movie about the famous Jane Austen. It's a great movie although I got bored along the way. The ending is good.
InsanePL
Jumper Smile

Really nice movie Smile With nice actors Smile. Now I`m going to watch some TV Series Smile
kerryworkman
douzy wrote:
What was the last movie you saw? Mine was the Gridiron Gang. That movie is really impressive.

The last movie I saw was "No country for old men", I thought it was alright, but I really don't think it desierved the acclaim that it recieved. The only good parts were some of the character and some the dialogue. What really turned me off the movie was the ending, weak, it was like they ran out of time or ideas and just threw it together. IT built up to a big dramatic ending and just didn't deliver. Sad
kerryworkman
dickyzin wrote:
Death At A Funeral is a great comedy. I watched it a few weeks ago. At first I thought it was going to be boring but fortunately I was wrong. Smile


Death at a funeral was a very funny movie, I couldn't stop laughing. Those wacky Brits.
dickyzin
I watched Knocked Up last week. Quite funny and predictable.
I want to watch Juno which I think would be better than Knocked Up. Can't wait to see it.
medievalman26
I saw College Road Trip tonight. It was really good. Pretty funny too.
dickyzin
Watched Evan Almighty and it was hilarious.
CTMiB
The last movie I watched was "Elizabeth: The Golden Age". It wasn't as strong as the first "Elizabeth" movie, but I still enjoyed it greatly. The relationship between Queen Elizabeth and Sir Walter Raleigh was quite interesting, as was the subplot involving Mary Stuart. Gorgeous cinematography, beautiful costumes... time very well spent.
Idoru
Spent some time with 'Rambo IV'. It was entertaining. I got what I excpected. Smile
cavey
Yesterday I saw 27 dresses - a cute romantic comedy/drama about a girl planning every marriage but her own. Liked it a lot!
crimson_aria
The last movie I watched was Jumper. It didn't really meet my expectations but it's okay.
lethaltriad
watched a dvd the other night.. 30 days of nights.. pretty decent flick
annapurnatraders
Sydney White.

Check this out . its really nice movie for girls. specially for girls who have a very big ego problem, must see movie

XXX
Akito
Reno Park 991 Unrated >_<
dickyzin
I watched The Condemned. Full of action and that's it. It's an OK movie.
Last night I also watched Silence of the Lambs on TV. It's good to watch it again. Feel like watching all the Hannibal movies again.
GoDHiM
I saw The Spiderwick Chronicles yesterday, and it a correct movie, very similar to Narnia, with three brothers discovering a fantasy world near their new house, and fighting with a lot of littles monsters and a big ogre...90 minutes of entertainment Smile
JakeMoore
The last movie I saw was The Other Boleyn girl. It was pretty boring because I already knew the story behind the movie, so there were really no surprises.. I look forward to 21 and Wanted though.
medievalman26
Horton Hears a Who
Idoru
'30 days of night'. It was creepy, an interesting approach to the 'vampire-myth'. Not so scary in a scary-movie-way, but
left us with a feeling of agony, and that must point to something right about the movie. If that's what you're after... Very Happy
crimson_aria
I watched "Just Married" (Ashton Kutcher and Brittany Murphy) the other night. I didn't enjoy it. It wasn't as funny as I thought it would be.
Fake
last movie seen

RACE
FunDa
I wanted to see The Golden Compass but missed it at the last moment.

I saw "The Illusionist" and "The Prestige" though. Brilliant movies. Somewhat similar themes (?) or may because they are both magic Question
Zaini711
Last movie I saw in the cinema in cinema (March 0Cool is Death Sentence. it's faboulous and last movie I watch on DVD is Death Sentence as I want to watch the uncut version.
dickyzin
I watched Pirates Of The Caribbean - At World's End. Quite good but not as good as the first one.
web_dimpy
The last movie I saw was yest. The Green Street Hooligans.. One Of my friends had given me the DVD. Elijah Wood has always been an admirable young actor and this movie was nonetheless a remarkable show of his acting. I think the movie inspire one to stand for his/her right and never let anyone dominate you .On the other hand, it shows if someone is soo much in Love with passion to stay at top then he can loose everything which is not worth it. Overall I would rate dis movie great and 8 outta 10.. A must watch for street fight luvers.
TurtleShell
it was another noam chomsky documentary... I'm trying to remember the name but I can't. I love his documentaries. They're so interesting and...relaxing. I'm not sure they should be...but maybe it's just the way he talks.
crimson_aria
A korean movie, The King and the Clown. pretty interesting. the King was a freak.
dickyzin
I just finished watching James Bond - Die Another Day, with Pierce Brosnan and Halle Berry. Anyone have any clue when the next James Bond movie will be out?
TurtleShell
Just watched the Golden Compass, finally. It wasn't any better or worse than I was expecting. The little girl did a good job. My expectations were pretty low. They're terrific books and usually that means the movies will be bad:)
cavey
I just watched "18 Again!" from the 80s. I thought I had seen it before, and just wanted to see it again. But it appeared that I hadn't. About time then! Next, I'm going to see "17 again", a newer movie. I love movies where people magically switch bodies! Especially 80s comedies!
crimson_aria
I saw the film Atonement starring Keira Knightley, James McAvoy and Saoirse Ronan. I wanted to see it badly and finally did two nights ago. It's so beautiful. The story is tragic and realistic. kinda depressing. I cried a bucket at the end of the movie. It touched me so much. Definitely a must see movie.
QrafTee
I think the last movie I saw was Cloverfield. I saw it with my friends and it was pretty cool. All of us were too cheap to buy snacks though, haha.
ddoonie
I just saw PS I love you, surprised me that it was as good as i thought it was. Still have to see king of scotland though, and just got the urge to see Driven!
jsymac
The last movie I watched was Wild Hogs with John Travolta, Tim Allen, Martin Lawrence and William H Macy.


I'd heard a lot of bad reviews on it, but must admit I enjoyed it for what it is.
gtoroap
The last movie I saw was... Untraceable.

It's amazing, with a lot content of drama and fiction but It was great.

I want to get more movies but independient films, someone could help me?
FunDa
I watched "The Water Horse"

Beautiful movie. Made me cry a little. Not the part about the Water Horse, but the part about the boy's father. I love my Dad .
soldeinvierno
I watched 'I am legend' on DVD and it was an interesting movie. I was expecting a second 'I robot' but it is quite different (although not as good).

However, Will Smith HAD to show his bare chest again Confused That was disturbing!
roninmedia
The last movie I saw was "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" and it was only because it happened to be on television yesterday.

Been a while since I've watched a new movie in theaters on on a DVD release.
Fake
I think Henna it is
dickyzin
I saw National Treasure - Book of Secrets on the plane a few days ago.
crimson_aria
I just watched Cloverfield. I liked it. I could feel the intenseness of the film. I was reminded of The Mist while watching. kind of the same story. But it was better than The Mist in my opinion.
dickyzin
I saw The Stepford Wives and Indiana Jones (old one). I can't wait to see the new Indiana Jones movie.
arquivo
3:10 to Yuma,

I like very much,

Toke a long time i dont saw a western movie and was great to see this one...
FunDa
How to lose a guy in 10 days



Verdict :
Chick flick - watch it with your girlfriend. It has good comedy too, so if your internet connection stops working on a Sunday and its raining outside - not a bad idea to watch this.

It's good , really
Guelila
the last movie I saw was Meet the Spartans.
Not much to say about it, rather than its not worth pay to see it.
its a rather short movie, and they try TOOOOO hard to be funny, when theyre not..
medievalman26
the last movie I saw was iron man. despite what some people have said to me about it, it was actually a really good movie. It was almost 100% following it's source.
NixNox
The last movie I saw was Prom Night, starring Brittany Snow. It was a spur-of-the-moment decision as something to do when my boyfriend and I met up with an old friend and his fiance.
I don't think it's done particularly well in the box office because we went to check it out during it's second or third day of release and the entire theatre was devoid of patrons.

Granted, it was a weekday, but still!
I didn't think it was that bad of a movie, really, but had I written the script (which is saying something because I did some small screen hi-def work during vocational school) I would've clarified a LOT more in the end and inserted some tricky twists and turns to make it a bit more "saiting" to the audience.

I had wanted badly to see the Attonement, but my ma and I never got around to it. I'm waiting on Iron Man though my boyfriend wanted us to go the first darn day.
medievalman26
I just saw the new Indiana Jones movie. It was really good. They did a great job keeping their timeline fairly accurate. Overall it was a good movie that I would suggest you see.
mvdh
Syriana...

a movie with Clooney, Wright and Damon.

Its not a bad movie, but u really have to stay sharp and focused cos it gets quite complex and complicated Rolling Eyes
dickyzin
I saw Troy again on TV the other day.
FunDa
I saw Iron man.


It was good, but if you have very very very great expectations, you would keep expecting more. Brilliant suit and brillaint making of the suit.


I especially like the parts where the initial testing of the suit causes so much problems. He gets burn marks on his expensive cars. Hits his head on the ceiling, falls a long way down due to ice problem, just wonderful how even a superhero (if we could call him that) has problem getting his gadget to work.

But remember, once the suit really gets going, it does not crash even 1 billionth of a fraction of how often Windows crashes. Rolling Eyes
nigam
Last movie that I saw was Iron Man...

It is really a cool movie, the robotic thing. He was just so intelligent, is there really someone like him who can make something like that and use it for good? I don't think so coz even NASA wasn't able to invent something like that. I guess the most updated robot in the world is ASIMO from HONDA.
lastelement0
the last movie was more of a "mini-series" than a movie. the andromeda strain. it was on tv over the weekend. I still classify it as a movie because I think thats where they were going with it just the director couldn't really cut enough out of it to have it fit in two hours so they made it a mini series. it's essentially another resident evil/dawn of the dead type movie where an infection is ruining the country and a group of scientists need to find a way to stop it.

its based on the book written by michael chricton and i found it very interesting. how they ended up piecing everything together was very interesting and at times a little out there. overall i enjoyed it.
b4r4t
Hmm ... last movie I saw ...

I watched I Am Legend yesterday first time ... I must say, that this movie isn't bad, and I think that it wasn't a loosed time Smile

Now I'm thinking what I'll watch today Smile
Fake
Aztec Rex
Pretty decent
Masacchi
The Forbidden Kingdom!

It.. was sort of a letdown, sort of not. <<; Mixed feelings about it in general.
Zuex
Jumper :]
Very great, i recommend it to anyoneeeeeeee!
FunDa
Juno

Its the story of a teenage pregnancy - a 16 year old who gets pregnant.

But definitely not what anyone would expect on hearing its about a social issue and stuff like that - its a humorous look at how a 16 year old sees life.

Brilliant movie with very catchy, sing along sountracks.

I got the soundtracks and trust me, they're earworms, all of them.

Watch the movie, you'll like it and learn too.
dickyzin
I watched Disturbia the other day. Quite a nice movie I think.
FunDa
Happy Days (Telugu movie)


Telugu is a language spoken in Andhra Pradesh in India.

Nice movie, though you may need subtitles to understand it.

Like all Indian movies it has its share of songs - the hero and heroine (It's an Indian movie, it has a hero and heroine by default) start dancing spontaneously.

It's basically about college life in an Engineering college in India. Worth a watch.

Get subtitles at opensubtitles.org
Shewolf
I think the last one I watched was Edward Scissorhand . It was ages since the last time i watched it, so it was nice to walk into that world of Burton again.
crimson_aria
My family watched The Bachelor in HBO the other night. It's been soooo long since I last watch the film. I missed it. It's still entertaining.
dickyzin
I watched Rescue Dawn recently.
DuhaN
I watch "Saw 4"
Fake
This Christmas
It is a very good movie to watch. The actors are good, story good. Basically if u sit with it, u wont be wasting ur time
dickyzin
I watched Bee Movie. Quite funny and entertaining.
Fake
National Treasure 2
FInally made up my mind to wathc N.Cage as a treasure hunter!
artemishunter
I actually just saw Kung Fu Panda, since I am a staunch Jack Black fan!

From the moment Jack's narration came on, my friends and I were at least stifling chuckles, if not cracking up entirely, so that there should be a reassurence to any Jack Black fans who were worried. It's basically "Jack Black the Panda Bear". Not much of a stretch in acting, but honestly, did anyone really want him to?

I always have this problem of expecting more mature plots from children's movies, so that was really my one gripe about the film. It's formulaic and predictable. But then again, its a kids movie! Razz

Other than that I thought it was great. The beginning and end credits sequences had 2-D animation which was so GORGEOUS I wish they'd done the movie like that. But alas, such is teh way of the world. 3-D animation is easier nowadays and less time and money consuming.

RIP Classic animation
(at least till I decide how I feel about the new Disney flick coming out, The Princess and the Frog)
cavey
Last movie I saw was "Shutter" http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0482599/
A horror movie. I think it was ok. Not just scary sound effects, but scary and a story too.
ericf
Just saw Don't Mess with the Zohan and I'm about to go see Kung Fu Panda today.

I liked it. Smile If you're into those ridiculous Adam Sandler slapstick comedies, then by all means head out to this one. It's one of his best.

It's kind of exciting because it's been quite a while since there's been so many movies that are in theaters that i actually want to see. Currently: Indy, Zohan, Kung Fu, Iron Man, Narnia... and soon: The Incredible Hulk.

Anyway, it's just cool since there was a pretty big lull in the movie dept for a while, but it looks like Hollywood is back on track.
Fake
Finally I got to see ROGUE!
Love this movie, must watch!
rufa
Camp Slaghter - Probably one of the worst horror/slasher movies ever made...

A swedish low (kinda zero) budget movie by Marin Munthe. It's about some youths who goes out to live in a house in the woods for some days. Ofc there are some weird freaks living nearby and ye.. guess what happens.
It's alot of ripoffs from other movies, the actors sucks, their english sucks, special effect sucks, script sucks.

Well it's ALOT of fun watching it, especially if you are Swedish yourself. I recommend you to watch it for the laugh Very Happy Very Happy .
kiran_n444
Last Movie i saw was meet the zohan

I'm watchin hulk today
Fake
123 123
Very nice movie. Loved the cast
story was so so though
adri
Untraceable, good movie 8/10

Greetz


Adri
media-flow
The Last Movie I Saw was Kung Fu Panda. It's the story about a lazy, irreverent slacker panda, named Po, who is the biggest fan of Kung Fu around. Unexpectedly chosen to fulfil an ancient prophecy, Po's dreams become reality when he joins the world of Kung Fu and studies alongside his idols, the legendary Furious Five - Tigress, Crane, Mantis, Viper and Monkey under the
leadership of their guru, Master Shifu. But before they know it, the vengeful and treacherous snow leopard Tai Lung is headed their way, and it's up to Po to defend everyone from the oncoming threat. I really reccomend this film and you should definately go to see it if you havn't considered it already. I would probably give it something like 4 stars/5 ****

mikey b
Fake
Just watced a clockwork orange.
Very contrasting themes in the movie. Cudnt have predicted the how the story would unfold!
Good watch though
arieo
Kungfu panda... Bravoo .. funny and adorable
Idoru
Just watched a film with the kids, Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium. Very Happy
I found it great, but then again, what else could you expect with such a character in the main role?
dickyzin
I watched Idiocracy (2006) the other night on DVD. It's a silly funny movie. The concept of humans evolving into dumber and less intelligent beings is funny and it does makes you wonder if it's possible. Razz Not a bad movie.
adri
Kungfu Panda Laughing
Kirara
I saw Hulk and "El fin de los tiempos" both are really great movies, I recommended
FunDa
kiran_n444 wrote:
Last Movie i saw was meet the zohan

I'm watchin hulk today


Its not meet the zohan.

It is "Don't mess with the Zohan.

Hulk has been made and remade so many times. I haven't watched the latest yet, but I think watching the same green guy jumping around and breaking things gets boring after a while Confused
dickyzin
I watched another comedy, Norbit, a few days ago. It's a silly humour and it's quite funny.
cavey
The last movie I saw was Superhero Movie - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0426592/ . A parody movie of spiderman, batman, fantastic 4 etc. They do not know when to stop. Both making those movies, or when to stop the farting jokes (and other type of jokes). 2 minutes of farting is not funny! I do not know why I even watched this movie...
FileShare
BlackJack 21.


Its very good movie... all of you need to see him!
crimson_aria
I saw the movie Timeline and The Chamber yesterday. Timeline is okay. The Chamber, I didn't like as much as I liked the book. Now, I'm watching 21. I'm expecting to enjoy it because it has good reviews.
Fake
Last one seen was What happens in Vegas
Everytime I see cameron diaz, i wonder how WIDE her mouth is!
Good movie nonetheless
dickyzin
I watched American Gangster, the uncut version which was quite long. It's a good movie which is apparently based on a true story. The uncut version went for around three hours. We all enjoyed it.
Fake
Aztec rex, its a good movie about olden times and a dinosaur. a pretty decent effort from SciFi I would say
crimson_aria
The last movie I saw was Spider-man 3. I watched it last night with my dad.
smspno
Well, the last film I saw was "The Bucket List" with Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman. The film is about two men, millionaire Edward Cole and car mechanic Carter Chambers, who are suffering from cancer. Laying in the same room at hospital, they decide to set off on a trip of their lives and seize the day as much as they can. Every adventure is another bullet point on "The Bucket List" which they had made at the hospital. While travelling all over the world, they gradually become friends and accept their conditions.
Very sad movie. However, it enables to think different about life and assume more positive attitude towards reality. It's a crucial must-see and that is why I recommend it.
gugusm
The last one was "I, robot" with Will Smith. I bought it some time ago, but watched it yesterday again, cause it's really awesome.
budazz
I just recently watch the incredible hulk. and its a good film for me.. and love the CG animation and im waiting for the avengers the movie Very Happy
silverdown
As of right now that would be War Games 2: The Dead Code
dickyzin
I saw the Original Sin on TV the other week. Nice saucy film.
I also watched the Bride and Prejudice on TV a few days ago. It's a fun movie with lots of musical and dances. Very good Bolliwood style movie.
Fake
Axtec Rex, hot chicks in it
cavey
I saw Nim's Island. It's an exciting adventure family movie. I liked it very much :)

Oh, I forgot imdb-link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0410377/
Flakky
Hooligans/ Nice movie
Before that the Butterfly effect, which is great and Head above water, which is actually quite funny Razz
ainieas
Knight Rider

I wasn't even born when the series came on TV in '82 but I did cach te reruns later and was old enough to be facinated and awed. I remember asking dad if there was a car like that and when would we be getting it!

But growing up has taken the fun out of the same thing that had awed me a kid. Maybe Knight Rider 2 would live up to my hopes but this one sure didn't. Maybe it was cause I was looking for too much in the movie.
cavey
Yesterday I saw The Happening http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0949731/ . I have heard bad things about it from the movie critics, so I did not have such high hopes. It was much better than I expected. So I don't feel like I have waisted any time. But I will probably not see it more than this one time. And definitive not buy the DVD.
dickyzin
Last night I watched "The Recruit" and then "Phone Booth" later on. Colin Farrell stars in both movies and is a good actor.
apple
Wanted with Angeline Jolie

It was good
McDucque
Went to a midnight showing of Hellboy 2: The Golden Army before its release...

It was okay, I didn't care for the first one so saying this one is better isn't much of a statement.

Cool effects, too much Guillermo del Toro (check out my imagination) type stuff. Every movie just looks like an attempt to amp up Pan's Labyrinth.
mehola
nice movie...
but tom is realli sucks!
FunDa
I saw " Wanted " starring Angelina Jolie and James McAvoy

The gunfighting sequences are awesome. But there is a lot of unwanted violence in the movie, especially the "training" the dude Wesley. Maybe some proper training exercises in shooting would have been nice

I really wanted to see some bullet bending or sharpshooting action

"what are you here for ?" doesn't quite seem like a good question to get bashed up for.

The sequence of Fox(Jolie) car picking up Wesley was awesome Exclamation

The entire car chase sequences were awesome. Only the violence and the unnecessary killing (everyone dies in the end)

The good guys, the bad guys, the not so bad guys, everyone except the protagonist (can't be called a hero) and his stunt double (the guy at the old cubicle who smiles at Sloan) Rolling Eyes

Good watch anyway.
Guelila
last movie(s) i saw was the whole Matrix Trilogy Very Happy
It was on the other night, I forget which channel.

Although I have seen the three many times before, the battle scene at the dock on the third one always fascinates me Very Happy
FunDa
I saw Hancock ! Starring Will Smith.

Will Smith is a superhero in the movie - well, he's not actually a hero, but he's super anyway. Or atleast he has superpowers. Actually it is not a superhero movie at all.

It's a movie about how a good-for-nothing man becomes a superhero, even when he loses his powers, when in fact he was a super good-for-nothing when his powers were in full flow. Rolling Eyes

He realizes the true meaning of love and the importance of a Public Relations agent Laughing

A nice movie to watch. I'm gonna go watch it again.
Fake
Bhootnath
Another crap movie by my standards
Just make a decent scary movie please,or bring back the ramsays!
dickyzin
I saw Maid in Manhattan on TV.
medievalman26
man, I had a double wammy, I saw, well heard the dark knight, and saw hellboy2. both were awesome, hellboy left something to be desired though...
dickyzin
I watched "The Forbidden Kingdom" today and it was great. I think Jackie Chan would have made a better Monkey King cast than Jet Li. Jackie Chan is a better comedian and would look a lot more funnier than Jet Li.
Fake
SUper hero, pretty nice movie to watch, but too much on spiderman, wish there more spoofs
BUt is sure fun to watch
GaryMK
Last film I saw was Alien vs Preditor. I wasn't expecting much as these follow up films are never as good as the originals. I have to say though, I did enjoy it - it stands up in its own right, and the specuial effects are great. Worth a look if you haven't seen it.
dickyzin
I saw Princess Diary 2: Royal Engagement last night on TV. It's a so - so movie.
Wuppie
I saw King Kong on DVD. I saw that movie for the first time, it's really good!
FunDa
I saw "Munna" a Telugu movie.

Telugu is an Indian language spoken in Andhra Pradesh (India has a lot of languages) and I don't know Telugu, but the DvD I watched had subtitles.

The cinematography was excellent and the storyline was pretty good.

Some of the action sequences were too much - people who have watched Tamil or Telugu action movies might know what I mean.


It starts with a boy whose dad is a really bad guy who finally sells his wife. The boy runs away. And later, when the Dad becomes a really bad and powerful villain (who owns a ...wait for it ... pharmaceutical company). The boy returns to beat his Dad. Its not as simple as I make it sound - the storyline is quite good.

Like all Indian movies, it has a good number of unnecessary songs with the hero and heroine dancing, a love story or two. repentant sons and brothers and what not.

And the Telugu language is quite cute Laughing
faithmichi
I just recently watched Batman: The Dark Knight.
I honestly thought it would be a boring movie, because I wasn't very impressed with the past movies.
But it was a great movie, hands-down. It was full of surprises. The best thriller movie this summer.
Fake
Transalvania 6-500
Pretty funny movie with jeff goulburn in it
Recemmended viewing fellas
chartcentral
The last two movies I've seen (back-to-back over the weekend) was Dr. Dolittle and Dr. Dolittle 2. Great film and nice sequel as well. Entertaining and for the whole family! Smile
Fake
FInally an Aamir Movie
Taare Zameen pe.
Movie was pretty pretty slow, but finally with Aamir coming, it picked on
Good watch
rufa
The Dark Knight

Was actually very good. I recommend everyone who liked the previous one to go see this one. And if you haven't seen the previous one, go see them both.
Fake
The Lion King 2
Never saw this movie for some reason
But it is pretty good movie,may show it to my kids some day, back to back Smile
jcvincent75
Mama Mia was the last movie I watched (In cinema). The movie was good, although I think I could've enjoyed it better if I am a female. LOL. Nice songs, nice place, and a good story line if you ask me. I learned to appreciate ABBA because of this movie.

I never thought those 3 men could sing. Specially Pierce Brosnan. That was the first time I saw him sing.

Regards.
dickyzin
I saw Derailed on TV a few days ago. I might have seen it before but couldn't remember so I just watched it again. I was able to guess the ending so the movie just ok.
Fake
The Happening

What do I say about this movie!!!
If u can digest the idea of an improbable certainity, then u may enjoy this movie actually Smile
Good movie
cavey
The last movie I saw, was Mama Mia. I like both musicals and the music. Allthough sometimes I felt the singing came unnatural. But I really liked the movie, and I'm sure I will see it again when its on sale on play.com :)

Did the actors sing themselves, like jcvincent75 writes? I thought it was voice-overs (or what-its-called).
zeroburnrox
We saw "The Departed" last night. It was billed as a return to form for Martin Scorsese. It's not. Overlong, far-fetched plot. I don't mind swearing and violence in movies but this films contains way too much.
Leonardo DeCaprio shines, Jack Nicholson did a good Jack Nicholson, but Mark Wahlberg was awful.
FunDa
I watched "Lars and the Real Girl"

A beautiful movie about a sweet guy named Lars who feels really uncomfortable when people touch him or try to give him any sort of company. Could have been because he lost his mother when he was born, his father was heartbroken and a loner after that And also his elder brother left him alone with their heartbroken father.

Anyway, Lars ends up living in the garage in his brother's(the brother is married) house and just doesn't socialise. But he's really very sweet

There is this girl in his office who really likes him, but he just runs away when he sees her.

Finally, or actually this s where the fun begins, he orders a life size female doll from a website Real Girls. It is an anatomically correct mannequin and Lars treats it like a real girl, falls in love and proposes to her. But ... she rejects. Later she dies Embarassed And then Lars falls in love with girl in his office.
u4713242
Shutter !!

That's really Cool
kitsrock
dark knight.

joker was teh awesome.

the movie is currently being discussed in another thread here
lethaltriad
At the movies it was The Dark Knight
on dvd it was Harold And Kumar - Escape from Guantanamo Bay
FunDa
u4713242 wrote:
Shutter !!

That's really Cool


Cool is not exactly the word I would use. Maybe cool in the sense it would make your heart freeze in fear, even though you do not understand the language.

Shutter is a Thai horror movie and I watched it thinking it would be like just any other scary movie. But it scared the hell out of me. Freezes your guts I must say. Brilliant movie.


Shutter refers to the photography which is the main storyline of the film.
bulek
I have just watched The Scorpion King 2 and I was disappointed, it's really a piece of crap comparing to The Scorpion King 1. Waste of time...
FunDa
i watched "21"

it a movie about card counting. For those who don't know what it is, it is a mathematical method to win at Backjack which is a gambling game at casinos.

So, this bunch of MIT students guided by an MIT professor head out to Las Vegas and use mathematics to win money at BlackJack. Even though its not illegal, the bouncers at these places will beat u up and throw u out if they find out u are card counting. So, they have to be very secretive and stuff.

Finally, the professor dumps them, steals the protagonist's money, MIT grades and Harvard "Medical" School aspirations. In the end the 21 year old (no, that's not the only reason the movie is called 21) fools the professor into a trap.

The movie might be called 21 because in BlackJack, you have to addd up the card values(or something) to 21 and not overshoot or undershoot.

Can be watched once but not more. In fact, watch the episode in Numb3rs about Card counting - that's nice.
Fake
Long time old cartoon, Disneys, once upon a christmas.
Gets a bit boring, i guess wrong time to watch a christmas movie
Fake
Never back down
It almost makes me feel like going on on a right turn and wait for some hummer people to show!

Very nice watch
jcvincent75
The last movie I saw was Semi-Pro. It's a fine movie but I really don't know what hit me when I saw the scene where he (Will Ferrell) keeps on preventing his teammates from scoring in order not to give free corn dogs to the fans.

His promotion was if his team, the Tropics will score 125 then they will give away free corn dogs. In the last 30 seconds of the game, the Tropics' score was 124 and they have possession. So, every time his teammates tried to score he's doing his best to prevent it from happening (Or else free corn dogs to the fans which actually they don't have any corn dogs to give away). In the end of the game the Tropics scored 126.

I was laughing so hard i shed a lot of tears laughing. The strange thing is, when I watched again the movie last night, I was not laughing on that scene anymore. Pretty weird huh? Maybe they just caught me off guard the first time. I love the first time I saw that movie. It was so funny the first time. I almost died out there.

Cheers!
chartcentral
The last movie I have seen was Air Buddies. It's five puppies on their daring rescue to save their kidnapped parents. And the dogs talk! Nicey! A great, entertaining and fun family movie. You gotta watch it too! Smile
haydxn
hold on, what's the deal with these spoilers? can't you just say what a film is about without giving the whole story?
cavey
Big movieweekend:

Made of Honor - A romantic comedy. I loved it!
Queen Sized - A drama comedy about a big-sized girl who gets elected Homecoming queen by some mean girls at school. Nothing for guys, I think, but I liked it :)
Fred Claus - A film about santas brother. I wanted to walk out during the first half hour. It was just too exhausting (trying to put too much funny stuff in too little time), but it got better (but not very much).
Zathura: A Space Adventure - A Jumanji-like movie. OK if it had been 45 minutes shorter...
buddyzer
What Els but the latest Batman! one of the best movies I seen so far this year along with Hancock.
dickyzin
I watched Resident Evil - Extinction the other day. Not too good and not too bad. Didn't expect much from it either.
Fake
De Taali
I love aisha takiya
blk3
I watched P2 on my PSP, I have to say I didn't like it that much.
FunDa
I watched Wall - E


Its a nice animation movie from Pixar. They always think of something better each time they make a movie. Smile

This one is about a robot left on Earth to clean up, by the lazy humans.

I suppose there were lots of other Wall-E s but only live Wall-E is shown in the movie. All the others are dead(I know they are robots but Wall-E is so full of life) and our Wall-E scavenges them for parts.

One fine day, a spaceship lands and brings another robot EVE (obviously female) and Wall-E falls in love.
The story goes on with how the lazy humans finally return to Earth and start learning to be un-lazy.

Some interesting tidbits

WALL-E stands for
Waste Allocation Load Lifter - Earth class

And EVE :
Extraterrestrial
Vegetation
Examiner.
Very Happy

Enjoy the movie
oufti
the last movie i see is : bienvenue chez les ch'tis

i wait the american version
in effect: bruce willis buy the right to adapt it in usa (i thing is him ???)
crimson_aria
Fracture on HBO. but I wasn't able to finish it cause I was so tired already and had to sleep.
gullip
The Dark Knight. Very nice movie - Recommended from here
Radar
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull - very nice. Largely just being impressed that Harrison Ford can still do everything, although the effects guys did go a little over the top trying to show what we can do with 2008 technology as opposed to the original trilogy.
Fake
I just finished wathcing Humjoli

Cant forget jeetues magical moves


ALso watched Watan ke Rakhwale. Brilliant movie, starring mithun and dharmenra

What a cast
Lovely movie

I just finished wathcing Humjoli

Cant forget jeetues magical moves


ALso watched Watan ke Rakhwale. Brilliant movie, starring mithun and dharmenra

What a cast
Lovely movie
Keran
My last movie was "You don't mess with Zohan". I love movies with Adam Sandler, he's such a great comedian. The movie was really fun, kind of bizzare, but still, I laughed my ass off ;]
dickyzin
I watched The Usual Suspect starring Kevin Spacey last night on Channel 9. It's a great movie.
dude_xyx
Last 2 movies were You don't mess with Zohan and Mummy 3. I have to say was bit disapointed about Mummy 3. You don't mess with Zohan is a great comedy one of the best recent comedies.
FunDa
Keran wrote:
My last movie was "You don't mess with Zohan". I love movies with Adam Sandler, he's such a great comedian. The movie was really fun, kind of bizzare, but still, I laughed my ass off ;]


I watched "You don't mess with Zohan" too. It's a strange comedy with lots of laughs. Somehow it involves Israel and Palestine and electronics stores and hair dressing and shoe shops and Zohan swimming like a dolphin, kicking through walls, and what not ... Really bizarre movie Shocked
poppat
At the moment I don't get much time to watch films/movies. So the last one I watch with my wife was Run Fat Boy Run with Simon Pegg. Incidentally, Simon Pegg looks like my brother-in-law.

poppat
Fake
Mela was the most recent one

Sanjay Khan is so eccentric in this movie!

But he is a good actor I would say

Love those old movies

Must watch for a bit of nostalgia
bertbosi
Meet Dave (2008) --- very funny
crimson_aria
I rewatched The Mummy last night. been so long since I last saw the movie.
dickyzin
I watched Swordfish and Spiderman 1 on TV a few days ago.
houdney
The last movie i watched was Forgetting Sarah Marshall. It was better than I thought it would be. Although I could do without seeing his winkle about 3 times during the movie. It has funny moments and good uncheesy romance with the usual guys appearing in movies from the same production team from 40 year old virgin and knocked up - Paul Rudd and the fat lad to name but one. Its recommended viewing. Mila Kunis's voice is instantly recognizable by all the family guy fans. Is it really her breasticles in the photo?
zeroburnrox
I just saw Shrek 3 on the movies. I kind of liked it but this one was far more childish than the previous ones. It lacks that neutral sense of humor than the first and (especially) the second part had.

Nevertheless, the graphics were awesome. It's unbelieable the level that these movies had adquired, to the point that I feel that I 2D movies should start to fade away.

I just hope they don't continue with the saga and invest more time doing a script that is worth the quality of the images.
cavey
I saw Wall E. It was cute, but a liiiiittle bit childish for my taste... Of course, it is meant for children, but those pixar movies usually appeal to the adult crowd too...

Later that night I saw the Dark Knight. A bit "dark" and cruel for my taste. I like a little more charm and humour. But other than that, it was good.
ainieas
I saw Baby Doll today. Its a 1956 movie and apparently one of the most controversial movies of yesteryears. Compared to the times of the times of today I found the movie a bit tame but i can see just how must have been seen when it was released. No wonder all the suggestive sexuality got quite a few feather ruffled. Tennessee Williams' story after all! But it was a good movie. I liked it.
flowerpower
Last movie I went to is Mummy III. disappointed though. not as great as the previous releases and very different from the others. the couple is older with their adult son.
cavey
I saw Nanny McPhee from 2005. A nice family comedy. I really loved it :)
dac_nip
I just watched The Art of War 2. Im planning to watch scorpion kung 2 and hancock later this day.
jmlworld
I watched Casino Royal by the new James Bond star. Its one of the longest movies I've watched ever.

I'm going to watch The Shepherd starring by Jean Claude Van Damme and Scott Adkins later tonight. Very Happy
creativfrequenci
I saw WALL E... Awsome movie... evryone should watch it...
dickyzin
I saw Freaky Friday, Pretty Woman and The Unbreakable (Bruce Willis) the other day on TV. Good movies all from the same channel.
schooldays
No Direction Home: Bob Dylan, by Martin Scorsese.

Just an incredible documentary of an incredible period. And the second part is mesmerising. I'd say the last fifteen minutes of the film are some of the most moving and well made pieces of documentary ever made.

I also watched Michael Moore's Bowling for Columbine. I think Moore is brilliant, and the film was a real eye-opener, while still being very funny.
FunDa
I saw "The Emperor's New Groove"

A nice animation movie.

About a king who does not care about others, gets turned into a llama and narrates his story as is he is the victim.
Vladalf
I watched Sweeney Todd - The Demon Barber From Fleet Street again. I can't get enough of this movie. Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter acted really nice and their singing is marvelous. The movie is very violent but the plot is really nice.

-Vladalf
jabce85
blazing saddles... no one can beat that movie.
everfine99

Khude Ke Liye
Fake
NO mans land, rise of the seeker
The only best thinga bout this movie was the ending
Everything else was just lame
chartcentral
I last saw "Flashback" last night, starring Keifer Sutherland and Dennis Hopper on Star Movies. I've seen this movie before though, but it was nice to watch it again. Smile
cavey
I saw The X Files (2): I Want to Believe. Strange to see Mulder so old :O But nice to see X-files again. I just saw the first seasons, so it's really a long time ago.

Then I saw the The Mummy (3): Tomb of the Dragon Emperor. My boyfriend really liked it, since he loves asian movies with martial arts and so on.

Last I saw Get Smart. OK movie. Better at the end. Love Anne Hathaway, and Steve Carell is nerdy as always (in a good way). Fun to see Masi Oka ("Hiro") from Heroes too :) (Can hardly wait for Heroes to start again)
FunDa
Saw Cashback - not worth it.


Saw 27 dresses - regretted it.

Watched The Dark Knight -

Awesome - The Joker is the best villain ever. Scares you by his madness. Not a cruel , calculating villain that you can predict - he's just plain crazy. Oh, and of course Batman is also in the movie(wait a minute, this is a batman movie) And the Tumbler (Batman's car) gets destroyed and you get to see his ecape pod the BatPod.. Awesome
dickyzin
I watched Something's Gotta Give.
Fake
Get Smart
Very nice movie
But towards the end, just becomes a DRAG for some reason

KHalis first movie!!
Fake
Jack Frost 2
A classic b grade in my opinion
Decent watch(I rate it around 3.5 out of 10 for a watch
crimson_aria
I watched Click again. When I first saw the trailer of the movie I thought it was pure comedy. when the movie came out, my friend said he cried and I was surprised cause I thought it was supposed to be funny. Then I watched and cried at the end too. It was touching. I cried again when I saw it the other day.
kevbailey
I watched Iron Man recently (like a week ago or something). It was awesome. I definitely recommend it to everyone.
Fake
Just finished watching Dark Honeymoon

Good thriller kind of horror movie
Not too bad, looks low budget, but worth a watch
Chinmoy
the dark knight was awsome. That husky voice, those strong dialogues! No wonder it was a record setter!
Fake
Watched Mahachor
Starring Rajesh Khanna
Very nice classic movie
No wonder Kaka was the first SUPERSTAR in the industry







Watched Mahachor
Starring Rajesh Khanna
Very nice classic movie
No wonder Kaka was the first SUPERSTAR in the industry
FunDa
Harold and Kumar escape from Gutamao Bay


Like the first one in the series ( Harold and Kumar got o Whitecastle ), this one is about absolutely crazy "adventures" by the duo played by Kal Pen( I know him from his role in House MD) and Harold (i don't know his real name)

Don't look for any logic or meaning, just enjoy the craziness.
dickyzin
I watched K-19: The Widowermaker and Collateral (Tom Cruise) the other day.
Fake
JUst finished watching THE HULK
One thing about HULK is that this character is a SAD super hero

Sad
cavey
I just saw A Simple Wish (1997). A charming movie with one of my favourite actors; Mara Wilson. A fairy tale movie for kids or families. See it if you like magic disney-like movies :)
Fake
Just watched Space Chimps
Very nice movie and love the animation from a diff company
msfuture
I saw hell boy 2 the last time when i was in the cinema[/i]
chartcentral
Last movie I saw yesternight was "My Sassy Girl" US version... It's kind of disappointing, it was a complete rip-off and a toned down version of the Korean original.
dickyzin
I saw Predator again last night. I also watched Outbreak and Cars (animation).
crimson_aria
The Gridiron Gang. My dad was watching and so I decided to watch too. I didn't enjoy much, hence I didn't finish. hehe
Fake
I saw the movie College
It is a pretty good movie, becoz this time, the nerds have a LITTLE bit of winning moments along the movie, and thigns happening for them. This makes it stand out from the other college kind of movies where everything only comes together in the last moment

GOod watch
dickyzin
I'm now watching Snakes on a Plane. Nice movie!
Fake
Finished watching "They wait"

Pretty good ghosts movie..but it doesnt have ANY everlasting scary moment in it...so out of 10, 4 i rate it
Josso
Old Joy.

Was super depressing, it's one of those films that shows every bad aspect of a chosen subject matter. Good film though.
schooldays
The Last Waltz - the best music film of all-time, directed by Martin Scorsese. The music is incredible (The Band are very, very underrated), the lighting and cinematography is revolutionary (Scorsese actually wrote a 300-page shooting script, despite the fact it was a live event), and it has a very 'end-of-an-era' feel to it. Highly recommended.
Fake
Watch MIB 1
I think will smith is a gift to english movies :d
chartcentral
We watched "Mirrors" starring Kiefer Sutherland over the weekend. Pretty decent horror movie. But if I say more, it would become a spoiler already, so I'd rather not tell. Smile
hein
err, the last one i think it was... 30 days of night i think the name was...
vampire movie.. a good one by the way.. this vampires arent a joke Razz
its not great.. but its not the tipical vampire trash movie...
Fake
Mumbai meri jaan
Pretty good movie, but lacked any real drama in it, it was like a bit OF everything in it
SO not cool
Fake
Just finised watching SIngh is King

Akshay Kumar, prolly teh best action movie comedian out there in bollywood!
dickyzin
I watched Pirates of the Carribean - Dead Man's Chest.
I also read on the news that they are going to make the 4th sequel for Pirates of the Carribean and they have offered $85 million to Johny Depp before making the movie.
Mexican_Ed
Well, Laast Movie I saw was Disaster Movie And then Mirrors

Mirrors actually scared me alot O.O

Disaster Movie.. Ehh was alright but it gets annoying after a while like Meet The Spartans, Epic Movie, Etc. Their just really not as good as Scary Movie 1,2, and 3 ( 4 Was ok not as good as 3 and 2 though ^^')
Fake
The Exorcist
Once again, the stairs scene scares the shit out of a person!
Fake
100 Feet
I think it was a pretty lame movie, keeping in mind i have just watched the exorcist Very Happy

NOt recommened
ainieas
Little Manhattan

This was about the fourth time I was watching it but I never get tired of seeing this movie. Not the greatest of actors but decent enough. I mostly watch it because it reminds me of when I was a kid and of my first love. Its a sweet tale and a lovely movie overall. Smile
Mcfr0st
The Lazarus Project.

i thought it was a very interesting plot for a movie and i recommend it to any and everyone

solid 8/10 from me Very Happy
Kcin1
The Mist

The movie wasn't that good but the ending was priceless. I was like "wouldn't it be funny if this happened..." and then it happened. Overall I would give it 5/10, worth watching if its on free tv but I wouldn't rent it.
Anshul_Jain
The last movie I saw was "The Dark Knight". Cool That was really an awesome movie. It has become one of my favourite movies. It is the best one on Batman. Action, story, screenplay, everything... was just awesome Surprised . A must see movie!!
X-Man
The last movie i saw was "The Dark Knight".

To say that Christopher Nolan's THE DARK KNIGHT is the best comic book adaptation does the film a bit of a disservice. It may be a Batman film, but this isn't a kid-friendly action movie full of the bams and pows of the original series. This is a pitch-black thriller with enough drama and tragedy to please even William Shakespeare, but it will certainly keep both comics fans and uninitiated audiences equally happy.
Fake
Crocodile
It is a beautiful movie, only problem is LACK of the monster
But still recomment I say!
dickyzin
I watched the The Shawshank Redemption the other day. Quite a good movie. It's like Prison Break.
Vladalf
Last movie i saw was Righteous Kill with Al Pacino and Robert De Niro. It was really nice because of the plot and the way they portretise two good cops.
Also any movie with either Pacino or De Niro is good.

-Vladalf
Fake
I watched crocodile 2 and Dark ages last night.
Very good movies, the reason being the story line is quite gripping.
No huge monster scenes, but the story line keeps you hoked on
Watch them both, good croc movies
Fake
THIS CONTAINS A SPOILER



Last night I watched the movie TAKEN

and this is what one quote from it :


(speaking to the people who take his daughter)

Bryan: I don't know who you are. I don't know what you want. If you are looking for ransom, I can tell you I don't have money. But what I do have are a very particular set of skills; skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like you. If you let my daughter go now, that'll be the end of it. I will not look for you, I will not pursue you. But if you don't, I will look for you, I will find you, and I will kill you.









Marko: [after a long pause] Good luck.


The rest you can imagine
I went on to IMDB and gave it a rating of 10 star!
Watch it people, dont miss this movie
Sami
is Sex And The City LOOL

so lame that i slept over 1h of the movie only saw the end texts
hahahahahahaha Wink
dickyzin
I watched Pathology the other day. It's not too bad for a thriller. Too much killing for my taste. But I like the ending.
cavey
I just saw Journey to the Center of the Earth. I really liked it! Nice adventure movie! I might also check out a similar movie based on the same book that has the same name http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1156454/ (also released this year). Probably much lower budget, but it could be interesting to compare the two stories. Actually today I read a Donald Duck pocket book with a similar story (based on the same thing, I guess), so it feels like the story is "stalking" me :D
Fake
Queen Sized

Good chick movie
Tphilakone
my last movie i saw is the bandage club. Its a japan movie Smile
ainieas
Wristcutters: A Love Story

Totally loved the movie. It's quite different from most other movies. Set in an afterlife situation, it tells the tale of people who have committed suicide. Has a kind of dark theme going throughout. Specially loved Shannyn Sossamon in it.
Fake
Big Stan
Every MAN should watch it
That way u will know what CAN happen to u in prison
Funny az movie
cavey
Last movie I saw, was Hancock. It was fun and entertaining. I like Will Smith! Unfortunatelly I fell asleep at the end, but that was not the movies fault :) I guess I must see it once more... When I get the time...
Fake
Big daddy
crimson_aria
The last movie I saw was Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale's Vacancy. I thought it would be good, but I didn't like it at all.
MatthijsM90
Last vid i saw was Iron man, so awesome, sometimes i hided behind my chair XD
The next morning i watched it again, not scared in daylight, awesome vid!
dickyzin
I saw Walk the Line last night where Reese Witherspoon got the best actress academy awards. Nice movie and long.
Fake
The evil woods
Josso
Gangs of New York

= absolutely incredible.
chartcentral
A couple of days ago, I was able to watch the 2006 film "Dragon Tiger Gate". Though just dubbed, it was done well. Lots of fighting, not much plot... But it's still a pretty good movie to see. Smile
Fake
Saw Airheads
Pretty funny movie
its a bit old, but has steve buscemi,brenden fraser AND adam sandler, awesome movie to watch
Fake
Seen Aanch,2003
Paresh in negative role after a long long time
He still can be mean!
Good movie
crimson_aria
Edward Scissorhands. I really thought the movie is suspense, thriller, horror or something like that. i was surprised it's actually a love story. lol
Fake
WIndchill

Very very nice movie
Fake
Avenging Angels

Pretty good movie
I think the last movie I saw of this guy was Prairie Fever
Nice movie, and went pretty quickly too

Good watch
cavey
Last night I saw A Cinderella Story. I have seen it before, but it was years ago, and I actually did not remember a thing from it. Very good (most for girls who likes romantic comedies though)

Tonight I will watch Another Cinderella Story.... Hope it's good... I have my doubts...
cavey
So... then I watched Another Cinderella Story. Not as bad as I was afraid of. A little cute, actually. But not as good as the first one.
crimson_aria
Tim Burton's Corpse Bride. I thought it's going to be some kind of horror thing. but no. it's okay.
Fake
Chal merey bhai

Seems like a reverse of Saajan, this time , Salman makin the sacrifice

GOod movie
ainieas
Salo or 120 Days of Sodom

A masterpiece of storytelling or the most disturbing movie you'd ever see, depending on how you take the movie.
dickyzin
The last movie that I saw was "3000 Miles to Graceland". Great action movie.
dcfive65
last movie I saw was Saw V...

Kinda boring now but I can't wait to see how they end the series with Saw VII
Fake
Traitor
Good movie, but somewhat bollywood movie story line

But nice fast action packed movie
vicar013
Eden Lake, watched last night. And I rate it too. A horror set in woodland, WITHOUT the implication of ghosts or monsters. How so?!?!

CHAVS!!

It really works particularly if you had to work in a poorly secured late night dvd store just down the road from a McDonalds.
This is a very smart film, whatever though jog on.
hamza1122
i can't remember which movie i watched last...i think it was the incredibles..im not sure because i don't know whether dvd's are included =] Its either incredibles, flushed away, or pirates of the caribbean 1.
Fake
Splinter 2008
crimson_aria
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with Johnny Depp
schooldays
I started watching The Sting but I was too tired. Robert Redford is just brilliant, especially in All The President's Men. I guess I'll continue watching it soon.
Forky
Role Models!!

--its very funny...you should watch it.
even tho there were annoying ppl sittin kinda close to me and bein loud...it was funny!!
Fake
Beta
Anil Kapoor and Mad Dixit
Nice
dickyzin
I watched The Others. I've seen it before when it first came out so it's been a few years. It still is a good movie to watch again, although the mystery is not there anymore. I wouldn't watch it again anytime soon.
Peterssidan
Olsen-bandens store kup. It's a Danish movie so I don't get everything but It was fun anyway Very Happy
Fake
Old Shabana Azmi movie called Mandi
Art movie, not everyone will like it
Tphilakone
The righteous the actor is alpacino
crimson_aria
Jackie Chan and Jet Li's The Forbidden Kingdom. neither hated nor loved it.
dickyzin
Just watched Legally Blonde last night, followed by Bringing Down The House. Both are quite funny.
Fake
The Yeti
Fake
An AMerican Tail.

From my old collection
Not as good as tom and jerry, but good watch
dickyzin
I just saw The Ring Two. It's not as scary as The Ring (one) or The Grudge.
Fake
CID the movie starring Vinoo K

Not worth the effort, Amrita Singh, pretty much past her prime, and im talking 1990!
Vladalf
Last night I saw War with Jason Statham and Jet Lee. Really nice movie especially the ending. Statham rules.
-Vladalf
crimson_aria
The Nanny Diaries. I teared while watching this movie. My friend told me she cried while watching it and I was all confused cause the DVD says it's a comedy. I loved it!
ainieas
Bridge to Terabithia - amazing movie! awesomely made. It was an hour and half down of sheer pleasure for me and my friend who was watching it with me. Both the kids who acted in the movie were exceptional. And the story is also amazing. Its all about imagination and building a world around it, see it crumble yet have the will and strength to return to it. Its a movie that I'd recommend everyone to see.
Crazy_Canuck
The last movie I saw was 007 Quanum of Solace. It was a good movie. Was a bit slow in parts but still a lot of action. At the end of the day I like Casino Royale better.
Fake
Chori mera kaam

Parveen babi..., or zeenat aman, waht can i say!
cavey
The last movie I saw was Drillbit Taylor. Some High School freshmen gets bullied at school, and they hire a cheap bodyguard to protect them. It kind of reminds me of The Pacifier with Vin Diesel, which was better. But I liked Drillbit Taylor too. Good enough for DVD but not worth a visit at the cinema.
jsfdan
007 Quantum of Solace. Good movie.
Fake
Criminal
Cove
I just watched Hancock last night. It surprisingly more serious than I thought it was going to be. From the previews I thought it was going to be all serious but the ending really hit home. All in all I liked it though Smile
Fake
Anubhav
starring shekhar suman
Not worth the time
Crap movie i tell ya
Fake
Icequeen

Very nice SiFi movie
Recommended watch
dickyzin
I saw Mamma Mia! It's a great movie.
Fake
Watched Heroes, very nice movie

The sunny fight scence was too much on a wheel chair, but still, sunny pajiii
dickyzin
I just saw The In-Laws on TV. It's a great movie with action, comedy and a bit of romance. Quite entertaining.
keane
I saw Twilight last weekend and it's really great! We had to wait for more than two hours because the movie house was jam packed! It's worth the wait. Smile
mimic
I saw one today and it was called Australia. We had to watch it for a school excursion. The movie was alright.
Fake
The Edge
Strarring ANthopny Hopkins
Very nice watch
Everyone will like it
especially the fuzzzy the bear!
dickyzin
I saw the Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.
I also watched Back to the Future. Don't remember which part it was.
MeddlingMonk
The last movie I saw was Back to the Future (Part 1) when Southern Cross TEN broadcast it last night.
crimson_aria
I saw two movies today. Across the Universe (musical) and The Holiday. I enjoyed both movies especially Across the Universe. I so loved it. I didn't know Evan Rachel Wood can sing. The songs are wonderful. I think i will be watching the film again.
Fake
Vacancy 2
Fake
Dasyadania

NOt my cup of tea
dickyzin
I watched Mr and Mrs Smith again on TV a few days ago. Great movie! The controversy of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's affair during the make of this movie makes it more exciting and interesting to watch.
Unknown1312
The last movie I saw was "James Bond-Quantum of Solace". I like it quite much.
cavey
I just saw half of James Bond: Quantum of Solace. First, the theme song was crappy. Who made this?? I already forgot how it was. It was an anonymous song - very forgettable, almost embarrassing!

The movie? I almost fell asleep. Sorry, this was boring... Half into the movie, I just could not take it anymore, and left! I would rather see an episode of the Simpsons! Why aren't there any refunds for bad movies?

I also reacted to the star trek-like computer interface.
Fake
The Siege
metalprincess666
another cindarela story
Fake
Golmaal Returns

HILARIOUS MOVIE
Blissgene
MAX PAYNE. NOT THAT GOOD THOUGH.
crimson_aria
Princess Diaries
Raivaka
The last movie I saw was Tropic Thunder. To be honest, I thought it was pretty stupid.
kacsababa
Taken - A realy good action movie, with a realistic feeling (like many french action movies). Luc Besson did realy good as writer, considering the good work here I hope he will go back to writing-directing and create something in the spirit of Leon.
Edit: Oh, and it's a french movie starring with Liam Neeson, the US premier will be at the end of january I think.
Katina
Boy in the Striped Pajamas, but I'm going to see Milk on Monday. Smile
FunDa
Saw part of many movies.

The problem is that when you have a remote control with you and different channels on TV have different interesting movies, you just tend to channel zap across them and see just enough to follow the story - almost.


Saw part of "Striking Distance" - action, thriller


"A Perfect World" - very little of it actually

"The Rock" - Sean Connery was too good.
metalprincess666
the dark knight
dickyzin
Watched Ocean's Eleven last night. I've seen it before but I still haven't seen Ocean's Twelve and Ocean's Thirteen.
dickyzin
I just watched Harold & Kumar - Escape From Guantanamo Bay. Very funny movie. Keeps me laughing the whole movie.
Fake
Liberty stands still
cavey
I saw my best friends girl. Not the best movie I have seen. I had hoped for something a little more romantic :)
fsal54
It was The Day The Earth Stood Still... That was a pretty good movie, especially I like the way that Keanu Reeves done in the movie ... was a good one yea really it was!
chartcentral
I got to see it pretty late (considering it has already been on weeks before), but I finally was able to watch Twilight yesterday with my girlfriend. Smile
Fake
Rainbow and the Serpent
kacsababa
The Forbidden Kingdom - My friends praised it too much, maybe it was a bad thing, my expectations raised and I disappointed now (it's too B to me Smile).
adri
The Golden compass, I saw this one friday. Good movie but a little bit disappointing at the end. The films ends open so there could be a second movie of it but I read there will not come a second movie so the end is not so good. Confused


Greetz


Adri
keane
This weekend, the last movie I watched at the movie house was Bolt. It's quite good and entertaining. Just this morning, I watched Gattaca. It's a great sci-fi movie too. Smile
traxion
snatch

damm i like those English movies
Fake
fly me to the moon
FunDa
fsal54 wrote:
It was The Day The Earth Stood Still... That was a pretty good movie, especially I like the way that Keanu Reeves done in the movie ... was a good one yea really it was!


The new "The Day The Earth Stood Still" is a remake of an older movie with the same name.

Did any of you see the original old movie of this ?

Anybody has any comparisons to make ?

Of course, the special effects would not be worth comparing but the acting and the storyline and even the cinematography would definitely be worth comparing.
Mennoj1
The last movie I have saw was: Wall-E
Fake
Maula Jat

Best action movie ever!
Segarac
Stepbrothers! Very Happy
dickyzin
I watched My Big Fat Greek Wedding and The Cable Guy on tv last night.
Fake
Sat Sri Kaal

OKie okie movie

but ,many pun-JABS
ainieas
Ghost in a Shell 2: Innocence

Loved the movie. Had to watch it back-to-back to take in all of the movie. Its awesomely made and deeply philosophical. I have seen the first part and plan to watch the third installment tonight.
Fake
Shootout at Lokhandwala

One of the best I say

I think Mayaaaaa
Maya is Uber Cool!

Love that movie
Mrs Lycos
SaW II
Fake
Jsut finised watching Street Fighter, the old moive

Van DAMMMMME!
bernardnapoleon
my last one was bolt. i was just able to watch it recently. soooooo cuuuuuuutttttteeeeeeee!!!!!! hehehe
adri
That would be... euhm... let me think ... xD ... Jumper. The movie was great, great story, great action, great quality. Very Happy


Happy Holidays


Adri
dickyzin
I watched White Oleander with Alison Lohman, Michelle Pfeiffer, Robin Wright Penn, Renée Zellweger and Noah Wyle. It's a great movie. It's about an artist who poisoned her ex-boyfriend due to jealousy and was sentenced to life in prison, leaving her teenage daughter into foster care. As she tries to protect her daughter from prison, she drove her daughter into different foster homes with bad consequences.
Fake
Donkey Punch

Prolly one of the worst movies....
The precise of the movie is on punch, at the back of the head....lets just say, avoid it
crimson_aria
A friend of mine liked Pathology (starring Milo Ventimiglia and Michael Weston) so much so it got me interested. I just watched it and I liked it too. I like the concept of the film. kind of disturbing.
mgeek
Twilight is the last movie I saw. The story line is similar to the TV-series Roswell where outsiders begin to share in the life of "insiders". In Twilight, there is only one insider of interest, the one who narrates the story. And the one who falls in love with the outsider who is also a vampire.
mgeek
adri wrote:
The Golden compass, I saw this one friday. Good movie but a little bit disappointing at the end. The films ends open so there could be a second movie of it but I read there will not come a second movie so the end is not so good. Confused


I was waiting for a part 2 to the movie too. Do you know why the second part will not materialize?
Fake
Caravan

Old classic movie
Good as gold !
kacsababa
Which old King Kong? '33 or '76?
The '76 one is on Zone Europa's schedule these days you seen it there? ^^

Scoop - Many cryin down this movie, there is some truth in it, this not gona be a big classic Woody Allen movie, but it's still good I think.
Fake
Annarth
Starring Suni Shetty Ashutosh Rana and a bit of Sanjay Dutt

I like it, althought wud have loved to see more of Sanjay in action
He was more like a guest star
dickyzin
I watched The Curse of the Golden Flower on New Year's Eve. It's a very good movie. Looks like a very expensive movie to make. Great plot and setting.

Also watched Brave Heart on TV.
poppat
Just saw Prince Capsian. It was pretty good.

poppat
Fake
Open Water 2

Always makes me fearful of the ocean
Faraz
Slumdog Millionare
Fake
The Alphabet Killer

Lame movie, not happy
cavey
The last movie I saw was Pulse 3.

I did not have high expectations (sequels seems to be worse and worse the higher the number gets...). But as a sequel, this was not bad at all. I even got scared sometimes :o
Fake
Saw 5

I really believe, its time to end the franchise now...like really
evilgeniuself
I'm going to agree with Fake on Saw, I mean, it was exciting at first and had a good concept, but now it just seems to be more gore than psychological danger....

The last movie I watched was Moulin Rouge. I've watched the movie so many times yet I still enjoy it just as much every time I see it....
sana618
The last movies i saw was.....
Prince Capsian. and Beverly Hills Chihuahue.
dickyzin
I watched Kramer vs Kramer.
I also saw Spanglish and Bad Boys on TV last night.
Fake
Reservation Road

Joaquin Phoenix is a class actor
So natural and fits in the role of the movie

Must watch!
FunDa
Sky High



About a high school for heroes and sidekicks. With a moral story about sidekicks being as important as heroes or even more .




A fun watch if you enjoy superhero movies.
crimson_aria
saw License to Wed cause I had nothing else to watch last night. didn't enjoy.
osodarck
This One:
http://www.sevenpounds.com/

Great Will Smith
FunDa
Fake wrote:
Saw 5

I really believe, its time to end the franchise now...like really



5 !!! What were they thinking - I thought they would have stopped at 3.
Fake
Boogeyman 3!

Freaky movie!!
silverdown
The last movie I saw was "Born in easy LA" with Cheech Martin
keane
I last saw The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (last Friday) and Bedtime Stories (last Saturday).
dickyzin
Watched Say It Isn't So on tv.
Prasad007
Last movie seen - <s>Mirrors</s> Vacancy 2 Very Happy
crimson_aria
The last movie I saw was the animated film Grave of the Fireflies. The movie touched me so much. the cruelties of war. watching the two kids struggle for life really moved me. one of the best movies.
o2o213o2
Bolt
Director: Chris Williams, Byron Howard
Actor: John Travolta, Miley Cyrus, Susie Essman, Mark Walton
Manufacturer: Walt Disney Pictures
Categories: Comics
For bolt - super dog, the day is full of the adventurous, dangerous and unexpected. But all that just happens behind the camera lens.
Fake
Bombay to Goa!
Fake
Wanted starring Mithun, much better than Angelina!

Must watch, comedy i tells ya!
aningbo
half an hour back: happy gilmore (1996)

pretty old i know bt a friend of mine suggested and its pretty good.
Faraz
Chandni Chowk to China.
Fake
Oye Lucky Lucky Oye

nice movie
FunDa
The award winning " Slumdog Millionaire"
It won the Golden globe for best drama and also for the soundtrack.

A R Rahman rocks with his soundtrack. The movie is good too.

It is based on a book called Q&A which is now being sold as SLumdog Millionaire.

The format of the movie is based on TV quiz gameshows with a single participant being asked multiple choice questions. They get a chance to win upto Rs 10 million
dickyzin
I watched Nine Months on TV. Hugh Grant with his weird looking hair style. Movie is a good romantic comedy, mainly comedy and not much romance..
FunDa
Chandni Chowk to China


A Hindi movie which is all fun and doesn't take itself seriously. Some of the old type of comedy with no logic but fun all the way. Laughing
Fake
Hatyyaar starring Sanju Baba!

Nice movie
dickyzin
I watched Marry Poppins on TV. It's a long movie but never boring. It gets a bit boring just before the end.
filesharing
dickyzin wrote:
It's a long movie but never boring. It gets a bit boring just before the end.
so nevertheless it gets boring Very Happy
crimson_aria
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. It was long but I absolutely enjoyed it.
Parkour_Jarrod
Austin Powers - The Spy Who Shagged Me, was the last one i saw pretty funny Mike Myers is like the white version of Eddie Murphy (i know i spelt wrong don't bag me out ><)
chartcentral
Last one I saw was "Wristcutters: A Love Story." It's a really good movie. Smile
Fake
Farmhouse
Fake
Jaago

very powerful movie!

Not what I expected, good watch
FunDa
chartcentral wrote:
Last one I saw was "Wristcutters: A Love Story." It's a really good movie. Smile



Its about afterlife for those who commit suicide. Very interesting movie. Cool
dickyzin
I watched The Bourne Supremacy on TV last night. The first one, The Bourne Identity, was the best I think.
cavey
Last movie I saw was St. Trinian's http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0964587/
A bit strange, but more funny than I thought in the beginning. You won't find any "good" morale here. But you might get a few laughs here and there. Some know actors here too.

And, also I saw LOTR 1 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120737/ the other day. Fell asleep in the middle, but not the movies fault. I guess I must start watching movies during daytime instead. Especially movies that long...
keane
The last two movies that I saw over the weekend was Bride Wars and The Haunting of Molly Hartley.

Bride Wars was a good one. Funny movie. Smile

However, I really regret watching The Haunting of Molly Hartley. It was a waste of time and money. >_< It's the worst movie I've ever seen this year.
kacsababa
Last on TV: (rewatched) Threesome, a surprisingly good movie (at least not bad) about sexual deviance.
Last on DVD: (rewatched) The Dark Knight.
Last in Cinema: RocknRolla, Guy isn't as good as was yet, but maybe next the next one.
Fake
Genehgaar starring Mithun pooja and atul

PRetty crap movie. Dont watch unless u want to see mithun on screen once more
crimson_aria
Rob Marshall's Chicago with Catherine Zeta-Jones and Renee Zellweger. Been wanting to watch this movie since it came out but never had the chance, til yesterday.. lol, after how many years XD
Fake
Benaam Badshah

Very good movie

Can see Amrish Puri used to do weights Very Happy
lethaltriad
Last movie I saw was Zack And Miri Make A Porno, had its funnt moments here and there.
brifreak69
I actually loved Zack and Miri Make a Porno, I thought it was really funny.

Last movie I saw though was Curious Case of Benjamin Button.. now THAT was a GREAT movie! In my opinion, it's a must see.
Fake
Hero Hindustani

Too much patriotism, but any Kader Khan is pretty good Smile
FunDa
Duswidhania (Hindi)


A man who's dying realizes he needs to do the things he wants to do before he dies. And makes a list of thing to do- like he was doing for the rest of his boring life.

A very good movie Smile
Anshul_Jain
The last movie i saw was 'yes man'...... starring the great comedian JIM CARRy.... Laughing
It was really an impressive film. All people played their role very well, but as usual, Jim Carry was just awesome Surprised . His expressions & all were excellent!!!
Fake
Soldier

Nice movie, probably one of those movies where Bobby looked good
heartnet
Last movie I saw is Max Payne great action movie lol
FunDa
An
old English movie


Touch of Evil



Next on the list

a Japanese(not sure yet) movie -
Fake
Ravan Raaj - a true story

Best movie EVER!
Faraz
Bollywood movie Victory. It was decent.
crimson_aria
Slumdog Millionaire. Watched last week. and watched it again last night with my parents. What an awesome movie. I was already captivated since the first few minutes of the film. The movie shows a great deal of real life situations. The violence. The poverty. and destiny. One of my favorite films. It's a must watch.
Parkour_Jarrod
crimson_aria wrote:
Slumdog Millionaire. Watched last week. and watched it again last night with my parents. What an awesome movie. I was already captivated since the first few minutes of the film. The movie shows a great deal of real life situations. The violence. The poverty. and destiny. One of my favorite films. It's a must watch.


I agree you feel sorry for him, at times it does tug at the heartstrings, but like all good (and typical movies) he gets what he deserves Very Happy
Fake
The Changeling.


NOt my cup of tea
roxys_art
The last movie I saw was Mirrors.

Do not see this movie. The storyline was really, really WEAK. The acting was good, and the only thing I really liked about the storyline was the ending. Other than that it almost appeared that the writers were writing this movie as they went along with no ending goal in mind.
larkleuman
i just watched WAR GAMES the dead code... i think it's an ok movie... just to pass the time.. haha
but the girl in the movie is pretty though.. =)
Garga
Benjamin Button Smile
FunDa
Vicky Cristina Barcelona


Vicky and Cristina go to Barcelona - Intereasting narration


Penelope Cruz got best actress for the role in BAFTA
cavey
Last one i saw was "Cadet Kelly" http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0294425/
A chick flick from 2002. I liked it very much :)
Fake
UNderworld Rise of the Lycans
Fake
Defiance
cavey
Last ones I saw, was:

Get over it (chick-flick comedy. I even got my boyfriend to watch it with me, because it was valentine day) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0192071/

and

Just like heaven (Even more chick-flick. I could see it over and over and over again) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0425123/
Tuvitor
Transporter 3
MeddlingMonk
In Cinemas... WALL-E.
At home on TV/DVD... Stargate Continuum.
tingkagol
I watched Valkyrie last week. It was good, not amazing, but overall a good movie.

Scoured through wikipedia afterwards. It got me all curious about the war.
pho3nixsky
Zack and Miri make a Porno

Funniest movie ever lol Razz
jessicawalker
He's Just Not that Into You.

eh. Super stereotypical and cliche. Kind of amusing, but not really.
cavey
I just saw:

Babylon A.D. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0364970/

and

One Missed Call http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0479968/


Liked the last one :)

I want to see He's Just Not that Into You!!!!
crimson_aria
Rewatched Enchanted. the movie always makes me happy.
Fake
Shortcut to Happiness 2004. Very very good movie
Somethin so diff to watch
Nice
abcxyz1
i am watching " Milk " but that is not the last movie i will watch. Razz Razz
Noremac
300, for the tenth time. Awesome.
andersonic
I just watched The NeverEnding Story again. Awesome film Cool
cavey
Oh no! I so regret this!! I just lost 112 minutes of my life, I can never get back!!

Last night I watched High School Musical 3: Senior Year http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0962726/ It was so bad. I should have known... #2 was awful too... If I ever get tempted to see High School Musical 4, I hope someone comes and steal my TV right in front of me...
dickyzin
I watched Australia few days ago on the plane. Very long movie. I expected a lot more from the story due to the exaggeration from the media.
Fake
Appu Raja
Fake
Fire from Below
One of the better B movies out there
4 stars
cavey
Oh no oh no oh no!!!!!

Watched Extreme Movie. I should have known... I have watched Date movie and all those horrible parodies... Why did I bother to watch Extreme Movie? It was totally embarrassing! The characters in the movies was 18, but they looked like kids. It was filled with puking, farting and trying to have sex. I feel like throwing up my self... :p DON'T watch this. I'm warning you!
bigt
That shopaholic movie You can tell I was excited to go see it. It wasn't really that bad. Probably a good date or "keep the wife happy" movie. It's got some good and not so good implications in it, too.
Whong
The last film I saw was... hmm... I can't even remember it... Embarassed Well it was probably Terminator 2 or one of Bruce Lee's films. Smile

Terminator 2 was an excellent film, too bad Terminator 3 wasn't as good... Sad
keane
The last movie I saw in the cinema was Shopaholic. It's a funny movie, and I wonder why it's been getting bad reviews. The movie doesn't deserve it.
dickyzin
I just saw Because I Said So. It's an ok movie.
Fake
khoobsurat
kacsababa
Dnevnoy dozor (Day Watch), Le scaphandre et le papillon (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly), Cashback, Body of Lies, Gran Torino, Seven Pounds...
FunDa
The Terrorist

A Tamil movie about the life of a girl who was chosen to assasinate a VIP.
dickyzin
I saw 1408 last night. It's a good horror movie but not the best for me. Not that scary in my opinion.
seannie
The last movie I saw would probably be slumdog millionaire.
It's a really good movie, but I personally think it's being overrated.
Fake
Milk
Fake
Kaash Mere Hote
Fake
Fire from below
cavey
Watched "Henry Poole Is Here". Thought they had rented a comedy. It turned out to be a drama comedy. Just drama actually. But ok - to be a drama movie... :) I love the actor. That "lifted" the movie a lot :)
FunDa
Wanted to watch Dev D



Anybody already seen it ? Is it good ?
Fake
Qaid starring Vinoo Khanna
Nice funny movie Very Happy
dickyzin
I saw the Hulk last night on TV.
crimson_aria
Georgia Rule with Lindsay Lohan. Kind of a boring movie but it did touch me. Surely, lies and truth is a serious topic. I really felt sorry for her character. It was a question between telling the truth or making her mother happy. Truly every action has its reasons.
Fake
Mangalsootra

Very nice old indian horror movie

This is not Ramsay movie, but still pretty damn good Smile
FunDa
Dev D


Good .

Watch It
dickyzin
I saw Max Payne last month. It is not a bad action / crime movie. There's a few boring and repetitive scenes. But overall, I enjoyed it.
Fake
The Devil and Daniel Webster

Very nice movie
Something so diff
traxion
transporter 3 Very Happy
with DTS, DAMM mine speakers almost where blown away:D
cavey
saw Twilight http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1099212/ the other day. I liked it. My boyfriend was kind of disappointed. Too much "high school", he thought. I like High School-movies, so I didn't mind :) And I LOVE vampires!!
Fake
Wanted.. watched it, once again Smile
gueda
Mindwalk (1990) by Bernt Capra
crimson_aria
I watched the Japanese movie, "Tada kimi wo aishiteru" together with my friend early this morning. It's my second time to watch the film. It's a great movie. I cried again. It's sweet and cute.
FunDa
cavey wrote:
saw Twilight http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1099212/ the other day. I liked it. My boyfriend was kind of disappointed. Too much "high school", he thought. I like High School-movies, so I didn't mind Smile And I LOVE vampires!!



Its a girly movie. I love vampires and there are quite a few other vampire movies that I like better than Twilight.

Of course, if you haven't seen the "Vampire movie" - "Plan 9 from Outer Space", you haven't seen all vampire movies.

So go on and watch "Plan 9 from Outer Space". Razz



Read up on it in imdb Wink
dickyzin
I saw The Last Action Hero on tv the other night. Very childish movie.
bloodrider
The last movie I saw was Pride and Glory, it's a good movie with some good actors like Colin Farrel and Edward Norton. The movie it's about police, it has some good action and some in-depth story about police families, but in the end it's only one more movie, it hasn't nothing innovator.
Fake
NIkaah
1982...pretty lame movie i tell ya
keane
I saw Race to Witch Mountain at the theater last Saturday. It's quite funny, and was really for kids Lol. The effects are for kids too... Hehehe...
cavey
Last time I watched

Superman Returns http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0348150/ again
I wonder if there will be a sequel... :)
Hope so!
Fake
Nikaah
dickyzin
Saw Dante's Peak. It's an old movie but I quite like it.
I remember that Dante's Peak and Volcano, both volcano movies, were released around the same time.
FunDa
Watch the RocknRolla [2008] movie

Funky backgroud score...


I loved the music in it.. Really hpe they come out with TheRealRocknRolla next, like they say at th end of the movie.
Fake
Vampire Bats
very nice movie, especially. I love b movies Very Happy
Fake
Jai Veeru

lol, fast and the furios MINUS the cars

Bullet in the head and he still makes it
LOL LOL LOL
dickyzin
I saw The Holiday, starring Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet, last night on TV. It's a long movie but nice.
evilgeniuself
I just saw "Watchmen", and thought it to be very well done.
cavey
Last night I saw Bedtime stories with Adam Sandler. He is one of my favorite actors. It was very entertaining. Not as good as I hoped, and not as magic as Enchanted, but some hours well spent anyway. I would give it a 8/10 :)
The Adam Sandler-movies are not as good as they used to be. Hope the next one will be great!

dickyzin wrote:
I saw The Holiday, starring Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet, last night on TV. It's a long movie but nice.
Thats a nice movie :) This one, I could see twice!
cavey
Last night I saw Bride Wars. I even tricked my boyfriend to see it. I think it was to much of a chick flick for his taste. Me on the other hand, loved it. I'll give it a 8-9/10. It was a bit "stressing" at the beginning.
traxion
Deathrace Very Happy
FunDa
I saw a few good old animation movies.

The Little Mermaid.
A beautiful movie about a little mermaid who falls in love with a human and gives up her voice to become a real human to be with her prince.

A wonderful movie for kids of all ages.
I especially love all the music.
There is one called "Under the Sea" which is like an earworm and I couldn't get it out of my head.
FunDa
I saw a few good old animation movies.

The Little Mermaid.
A beautiful movie about a little mermaid who falls in love with a human and gives up her voice to become a real human to be with her prince.

A wonderful movie for kids of all ages.
I especially love all the music.
There is one called "Under the Sea" which is like an earworm and I couldn't get it out of my head.
tw34kfr34k
nitesh wrote:
Watched "sneakers" yesterday .. its rated 7/10 at imdb and I would say its definitely over-rated. Movie deals with computer security/cryptography ect and i found was pretty lame for a 7 rating at imdb. Maybe the cast was one of the reasons for a 7 rating.

I really liked Sneakers The hunting wich came out this year..
Not as good as the first one but definately worth the watch
I wasnt expecting much of it because i loved the first one so much i thought they would just make a crap following that doesnt follow the story.
But they did follow it,and that really surprised me.

The last 'movie' i watched was a stand up comedy show by Will Ferrell named Youre Welcome America
He's imporsonating George W. Bush as if its some sort of his goodbye show
I had a really good laugh,probably the best stand up i watched in over a year
I love anything this guy makes,all his movies are hilarious
crimson_aria
I am Legend. Enjoyed the movie a lot.
Fake
Dragon Quest
Nice movie
dickyzin
I went to the cinema and saw The Reading. It's a nice movie. There were quite a number of nude scenes so not a good idea if you have kids around. I wanted the ending to be in a different way but its ending is quite alright too. I give it 7.5 out of ten.
traxion
the crew Very Happy

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1071880/
43655
last ful length film was Pineapple Express, allthough some people think it's a stupid film, i really like it, and watch it quite often, because i can laugh at it almost every time. i'd rate it a 9/10 Smile
angfrayle
The last movie I saw was "Twilight". I got dragged into it practically but I must say it is one teen flick that offers more than just horror and mushy love scenes. It lacks depth though. And I am not waiting for the second part.
cavey
Last movie I (almost) saw, was Inkheart: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0494238/
Unfortunatelly I fell asleep, but I will watch the rest really soon. Seems like a nice adventure movie :)
Fake
dANSH
Very nice movie. I like this actor. Krantikaaris Very Happy
b4r4t
And I Saw Slumdog: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1010048/
Verry nice movie Smile

And I had a little time to watch Transporter 3 ... but this ... nice, funny but nothing special at all Smile
Fake
Bedtime stories
Another Adam sandler movie that I like
As good as Zohan.
socceraggie
I was at home recently channel surfing and came across the movie "War Games" from the 80s. It is that movie with matthew broderick as a young kid who tries to access a video game company's computer to play their games before they are released. Instead he accesses an advanced computer system at NORAD and initiates a global war simulation program tricking the military into thinking that the US is being attached.

It was fun to watch this old movie and observe how the world has changed in the past 20 years. How will shows like 24 be perceived in 20 more years?
Fake
Billu Barber

Very nice movie

Zahir Khan, best hero ever
Good to know in the end ............. dont want to post any spoilers here though Smile
crimson_aria
Definitely, Maybe. I watched to see Isla Fisher, the girl from the Shopaholic movie since I've never seen her act before. The movie's okay.
pumpin
Hmmmmmmmn, saw 'The Liberian 3' last night. The actions were not that impressive

Watched Friday the 13th also, its action packed though with some foolish moves Exclamation
cavey
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1068680/ - Yes Man! I really recommend it!
FunDa
Yes man.
I didn't understand u were talking about the movie title which is "Yes Man"

I'll have to watch that.



As Good as it gets is really good. A serious comedy which touches your heart.
Jack Nicholson acts brilliantly. And the dog is excellent too. Good movie. Worth a watch.
bloodrider
The last movie that I saw it was the Wathmen. It's a more or less movie, I expected more...
But I liked Laurie, good actress Twisted Evil
Smiddie
Yesterday I saw The Fast And The Furious Tokio Drift on DVD. The 4th fast and furious is coming soon!
lethaltriad
Last movie i saw was Watchmen
ted1986
reviewed God Father. It is really good.
dickyzin
I watched Happy Feet for the second time on TV.
I also saw What Women Want again on TV.
cavey
Some days ago, I watched Butterfly Effect: Revelation. I must admit that I had not very high hopes about this sequel. Butterfly Effect 2 was not very good. + it had no cover on imdb. But the third movie was actually not bad at all!
5nota
MAX PAYNE, its good like the game...
Fake
Xmen Origins
Fake
Saamri

Old Ramsay horror classic


Aaaaa.....aaaa....aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa...Aaaa

(Those who know ramsay, know what that means)!
keane
Just saw Knowing this Saturday. It's really a good movie. Definitely worth the money and time! Smile
Fake
Scooby Doo and the Samurai Sword

Every year a futurama and a scooby doo movie comes out...waste of time, and i still dont learn my lesson from last year one's!
mgeek
crimson_aria wrote:
I am Legend. Enjoyed the movie a lot.


I Am Legend, I think is overrated. It is based on "The Omega Man" which I prefer.
dickyzin
I re-watched Prime on TV the other day.
Fake
the tribe
crimson_aria
Inkheart. I thought it's going to be great cause my friend said so. I was disappointed.
Keran
I recently watched "Yes man!" and I got to say it's pretty inspiring, Jim Carrey of course is a great actor, however in my opinion in this movie he didn't showed fully his skills.
But I got to say the idea of saying yes to everything is pretty fun, however I don't think it would be as good for my life as it was showed in the movie...
Fake
Bach ke rehna

Blatant rif off of Evil Dead 2 Very Happy


NO flesh either Very HappyVery Happy
Fake
Cemetery Gates

Can be a cult fav movie. Has got a lot of potential. also it demands a rewatch from my side!
Fake
Gadar

Saw the movie only for the song, ended up watching it again !
dickyzin
I saw Pope John Paul II on tv last night.
Fake
Aaj Kal
FunDa
A collection of Short Animation Movies.



Excellent collection


Super Rhino from Bolt


Jack Jack Attack from the Incredibles.


The Madagascar Penguins from , where else - Madagascar


Geris Game - chess


One Man Band



The Chubb Chubbs




All brilliant
crimson_aria
rewatched Finding Nemo. had to cause of my baby cousin. I actually forgot how fun the movie was. thanks to her I was able to watch it again.
b4r4t
Yesterday I saw Madagascar 2 ... first time Smile I'm glad thai I had time to watch it , because it was realy nice and funny Smile Ideal movie after 5days in work Smile
FunDa
b4r4t wrote:
Yesterday I saw Madagascar 2 ... first time Smile I'm glad thai I had time to watch it , because it was realy nice and funny Smile Ideal movie after 5days in work Smile



Back 2 Africa !!! Laughing


I also recommend the short animation


The Madagascar penguins !!! A 5 minute comedy.
desonium
The last movie I have seen was 10.000 BC
It is a good movie and I enjoyed watching it
redslazers
HundeLeben

The only swiss film that was actually ever any good exept of course the documentary Grounding
myviny
I saw Grudge 1 recently. This movie is old though but in my country India, all the outside movies are new till you watch them.
bri4n5
angfrayle
I saw Taken last night. Has anyone of you seen it? Liam Neeson was convincing as an agrieved father who is also a former agent.
cavey
Last night, I saw The Uninvited (2009). A horror / thriller movie. Not like all the others. It did not scare me very much, but I liked it!
melind
The last movie that I saw was "American History X" the day before yesterday. I cried a lot while watching it.
pscompanies
That would be Bolt. And Gone in 60 Seconds lol.
dickyzin
I saw Enchanted on Fox a few days ago. It was a great movie.
mgeek
Monsters vs. Aliens is cool. The story line seemed familiar though. But I liked the characters.
Diablosblizz
Just saw Adventureland on Thursday, wasn't what I was expecting for a comedy.
wab11287
I am currently watching the movie "The Uninvited" So far it seems to be a pretty good movie as far as scary movies go lately. It has some pretty good special effects but the scary moments are easy to see coming. It isnt bad like I said but I feel like Ive seen a lot of scary movies and when I see some they just arent as scary as a lot of people think they are.

I hope that they come out with some really good ones some time soon. I grew up watching all scary movies so I feel like Ive had a little bit of a jump start on them.
Denvis
Dragon Ball Z, that movie was so bad! Goku is a white kid... So disgraceful
FunDa
Denvis wrote:
Dragon Ball Z, that movie was so bad! Goku is a white kid... So disgraceful



Exactly, what a let down.




ALL fans were disappointed by the movie .
Sphaerenkern
Watched Life of Brian with some friends last night - I remembered it a bit annoying, but when I watched it, I had to laugh much, it's so funny Very Happy It's funny yet so clever...
I read a bit about it and how many religious people were whining about it... grah Evil or Very Mad
cavey
I just watched He's Just Not That Into You. I have waited SO long to see it. It looked so great on the trailer. It was just a tragedy!! I'm so disappointed :( Please give me my 2 hours back. And all the waiting and expectations also... This was just horrible :p I thought it was a romantic comedy... Instead it was an unromantic tragedy...
Dean_The_Great
The last movie I saw was "Mr. Magorums Wonder Emporium" and it was exceptional, I highly recommend the movie to anyone who wants to see a very clever and very different kind of movie.
FunDa
The Reef




Or is it called The Shark Bait



A nice animation movie about a fish.
sheedatali
I watched The Dark Knight, it was great, the best of the batman movies and I do not love it because of batman. I love it because of the Joker in that movie, amazing acting and much more realistic than just being a joker as in previous movies.
jessicawalker
Dean_The_Great wrote:
The last movie I saw was "Mr. Magorums Wonder Emporium" and it was exceptional, I highly recommend the movie to anyone who wants to see a very clever and very different kind of movie.



I loved that movie!

Well, I just watched "Martin" for the first time and it was quite an odd movie. I don't think I liked it very much. It put me in a weird mood.
dickyzin
I watched Click starring Adam Sandlers.
chrimson
The last movies i saw were,

You Dont Mess With The Zohan, which is a great comedy send up about the 911 outcome and how the arab community is having issues. Its starts Adam Sandler a counter terrorist becoming a hairdresser and falling in love with his new boss who has a background in the fight between the two countrys. it also has the main villion of Phanton who is one of the funniest villions in the world, which made for a great comedy and what i think was a successful movie.

Twilight, i went into the movie expecting something dark and it turned out to be more a romance story, while this is not normally my thing, i enjoyed the movie a lot and it has me hooked on the up and coming New Moon sequeal which should be great and a bit darker then first so it will be cool.

Both are good movies, if you have not seen them, go rent or buy and enjoy a good movie.
eday2010
mgeek wrote:
Monsters vs. Aliens is cool. The story line seemed familiar though. But I liked the characters.


If you saw this movie in 3D, the storyline pretty much takes a back seat to the wonderous things you are seeing on the screen.

The last movie I went to see was Observe & Report. It was pretty funny, but was also rather dark, and a bit weird in some places. Overall still a pretty good movie.
kriszara
Just went and saw X-Men origins wolverine. They took a lot of liberties with the script but Hugh Jackman was awesome as always. They left the door wide open to do the Origins story of just about any character in the Marvel universe and tried to make it get with the first x-men movie. A fun movie if you are a Marvel fan or a fan of action movies
kriszara
Finally looked up "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" on hulu. Lots of fun. If you enjoy a good musical or are a fan of Neil Patrick Harris or Nathan Fillion you will enjoy this little piece.
dickyzin
I saw Parent Trap on TV. Lindsay Lohan did an excellent job acting as a kid. Very impressed.
Fake
Bhopal Express
Tuvitor
My Name is Bruce

Funny and goofy. Like a lot of Bruce Campbell stuff. Very Happy
themarine
Well, the last film I saw was "The Bucket List" with Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman. The film is about two men, millionaire Edward Cole and car mechanic Carter Chambers, who are suffering from cancer. Laying in the same room at hospital, they decide to set off on a trip of their lives and seize the day as much as they can. Every adventure is another bullet point on "The Bucket List" which they had made at the hospital. While travelling all over the world, they gradually become friends and accept their conditions.
Very sad movie. However, it enables to think different about life and assume more positive attitude towards reality. It's a crucial must-see and that is why I recommend it.
Fake
The collective
cavey
I watched Dragonball Evolution http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1098327/ with my husband. I usually do not see that kind of movies. But this was not so bad. Actually quite entertaining :) James Marsters (Spike from Buffy) is in it too (thumbs up up up!!!).
Fake
Muqaddar ka sikandar
One of the funniest /better movies out there
mgeek
dickyzin wrote:
I saw Parent Trap on TV. Lindsay Lohan did an excellent job acting as a kid. Very impressed.


Yeah, she was very wholesome in that movie. That Lindsay Lohan starrer was a rehash of a movie that starred the Olsen twins.
deanhills
The Eagle has Landed - with Michael Caine, Donald Sutherland, Robert Duvall and Jenny Agutter. A classic war movie. Awesome epic movie. They don't make movies like that anymore!!! Smile
FunDa
didn't think it would be nice, but watched "Sex and Death

And guess what, It's really good.

There's thiis guy who gets a list of girls names by email.

When he finds out what it is, he is shocked, surprised and can't wait to go through the whole list...

Strange but funny movie
Fake
Delhi 6
dickyzin
I saw The Terminal on TV during the weekend. Apparently there was a similar real life case a few decades ago.
RipperGOD
Just watched Want of Opportunity! Message they gave is really awesome!
Fake
Ishq Visk
Nice movie
RipperGOD
Lucky Number Slevin, nice Action.
lethaltriad
The last movie I saw was X-Men Origins: Wolverine
RipperGOD
Cloverfield...Do not dare to watch that! Total Waste of time.
Fake
Star trek
FunDa
RipperGOD wrote:
Cloverfield...Do not dare to watch that! Total Waste of time.



Not a Total waste... Some parts were good.

There is no good story and it's not great to watch more than once.

But the cinematography is a new perspective - from the viewpoint of a camcorder, so I found the technique interesting
r4inm4ker
I recently watched The Reader, and deeply impressed by Kate Winslet's talent and dedication. I think she successfully translated the character's inner feelings and acts into the scenes. No wonder she sweeped all (or almost?) the major awards for the performance. The young male actor (David Kross) was pretty good too. Overall this is a very recommended movie to watch.
FunDa
Slumdog Millionaire.




Won the Oscars like a slumdog rags to riches story,

But I think there are a lot of other original Indian moveis that were much better. And A R Rahman has done much better than this and stil will do much better than this.


Just because it was made by the British, it got recognised by the world.
dickyzin
I'm watching Meet the Fockers. Can't get used to this movie. Can't wait to watch Night at the Museum 2.
b4r4t
Few days ago I was on Angels & Demons ...

I must say, that the movie was ok ... but the book was really better.

In movie one thread was ommited - CERN director. In book there was moments, when the reader was thinking that he is "bad guy" ...

For someone who was reading the book ... 7/10, for al the rest ... 8.5/10 Smile
guissmo
Angels and Demons. I didn't read the book and found it quite good. I really do think reading the book will somehow change my perception of the movie, like what happened with me in Watchmen.
Melacos
It was Natural Born Killers last night in my apartment. I watched it several times, and still seem to like it...
Though cinema-wise it was thursday, when I went to see the new movie 'Anti-Christ' of the Danish director Lars Von Trier. It was a mixed experience. Even though it has taken some beating in the, to say the least, mixed reviews, I don't find it to be that controversial actually. A nice visual side to it, and, granted, some graphic violence + sex, but all in all it's harder on the pure emotional side I think..
Diablosblizz
I just saw Terminator Salvation for a movie screening at my work. I had never seen the previous ones, so I wasn't sure what to expect. It was overall a good movie, but I found that they didn't really do much. They fought, then destroyed the place and they said it wasn't over...

Oh well, I suppose they're going to make more.
crimson_aria
Angels and Demons. it's an okay adaptation. I liked how they recreated the Vatican.

I watched The Uninvited the other day and I really loved it. A Tale of Two Sisters confused the hell out of me. had to watch it twice to understand. a great, but confusing movie. The Uninvited isn't confusing, but a great remake.
dickyzin
I watched Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on TV.
FunDa
Diablosblizz wrote:
I just saw Terminator Salvation for a movie screening at my work. I had never seen the previous ones, so I wasn't sure what to expect. It was overall a good movie, but I found that they didn't really do much. They fought, then destroyed the place and they said it wasn't over...

Oh well, I suppose they're going to make more.



Watch Terminator 2 also.



Don't watch 3 Please don't ever watch Terminator 3. ever.



Judgement day was awesome - I'm waiting for Terminator Salvation to become available here ... hope it's good
viejo
I saw last movie the incredible hulk 2. Long time I don't watch movie
cavey
crimson_aria wrote:
Angels and Demons. it's an okay adaptation. I liked how they recreated the Vatican.

I watched The Uninvited the other day and I really loved it. A Tale of Two Sisters confused the hell out of me. had to watch it twice to understand. a great, but confusing movie. The Uninvited isn't confusing, but a great remake.

Liked both these movies myself. Watched Angels and Deamons this weekend. I love treasurehunting and clues, so this appealed to me, even though there was no treasures. :) Tom Hanks was great as usual!!

Today I watched confessions of a shopaholic. I heard it was bad, but I obviously like shallow chick flicks, so I enjoyed myself :)
Moshkin_Khan
I saw The Dark Knight again earlier the Joker is inspiringly crazy.
tw34kfr34k
The last movie i watched was The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas.
It was really touching near the end,it even gave me some tears in my eyes..
And trust me,that dont happen to me much
Its about a german boy who's father work's for the nazi's and they go live near a concentration camp.
the boy becomes friends with a jew kid on the other side of the fence.
I recommend this movie to everybody!
dickyzin
I saw Wedding Crashers on TV last night. It's a great movie. I think it would be much better if Ben Stiller was in it as well.
guissmo
I just watched Terminator Salvation and it wasn't my type of movie. I don't think anything significant happened. Or maybe it's just because I wasn't able to start on the series.

Still, these movies should stand alone so that others would be able to get it.
b4r4t
I watched The Wrestler yesterday and I must say, that this was a realy nice movie ... well made, forcing to think ... I like such movies Smile
bchuminx
well the last movie watched was Monsters vs Aliens, initially was kinda excited and looking forward to watch this movie..thought it was like a team of superheroes with different abilities and strength to save earth, mankind from total annihilation when the aliens invade..or so what I thought Smile but the storyline turns out to be pretty predictable and simple Sad so cliche..aliens?? doesn't really looks impressive enough to take over earth..but overall there some funny bits where u can laugh...like the development of Susan's character the platinum haired giant Smile and yea Bob is sure funny, copy cat everything others were saying, "You must have a name, a monster name...etc" haha laughed out loud that part Smile
b4r4t
Im thinking about Monsters vs Aliens but in 3D ... it may be fun to watch it in 3D in cinema Smile
Crazy_Canuck
The last 3 weeks I have seen...

Star Trek-good
Angels and Demons- ok (book was better- but I do like Ewan McGregor)
Night at the Museum 2- cute

Right now I am watching Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban....
FunDa
Crazy_Canuck wrote:
The last 3 weeks I have seen...

Star Trek-good



I haven't seen the series, so I don't know if I would like it as much as actual Star Trek fans.

But will watch it anyway.


Crazy_Canuck wrote:

Angels and Demons- ok (book was better- but I do like Ewan McGregor)

Must have been better than The Da Vinci Code right ?

I didn't like how it rode on controversy to get more viewership ... These days everything is about creating any sort of publicity - coz no publicity is bad publicity


Night at the Museum 2- cute

Right now I am watching Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban....[/quote]
chartcentral
Last watched Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian. It's good. Smile
anakin_skyrunner
Angels and Demons as it is called in English (Illuminati is the German title for those who wanna know), I enjoyed it =)
Zaini711
Terminator Salvation and Aliens vs Monster. Terminator is much better, the action is not overdone, effect is believable (not too much CGI). The same cannot be said for Aliens vs Monster. Even though the animation is great and beautifully done but the ideas is seem old and tired. It's feel the whole movie is just some sort of recycle bin for all old movies.....
medesignz
I saw Angels and Demons last week... Really enjoyed it, and recommend it highly...

Funnily enough there was a trailer for The Hangover... may go see that too HAHA Laughing
cavey
Two days ago, I found a 80s "classic" for our TV entertainment. Bachelor Party from 1984. A comedy starring Tom Hanks - the time he was young and handsome :D :) I really enjoyed it. I havent seen it for 20-25 years. Lots of thing they said and did, I thought; "Oh, that was in that movie?". I might even see it again in a few years - perhaps :)
junkwolf
x-man. Very Happy Very Happy
dickyzin
I saw Cats and Dogs the other night as well as Collateral. First movie is funny but for kids and the latter one is great, although it's rare for Tom Cruise to play a bad guy role.
chartcentral
I just saw Slumdog Millionaire the past weekend. It's a good movie. Smile
keane
I just saw Drag me to Hell last weekend. It was good. Though, the lead character's acting wasn't that good.

One more thing. It's not your typical horror movie. I don't know why, but the people in the theater were laughing. Some parts are just funny. I'm not sure if the directors were aware of that. It's supposed to be a Horror/Thriller film, slash comedy?! Haha... Laughing
love_her_freida_pinto
the last movies that i have seen are Wolverine: Origins, Inkheart and Night at the Museum 2. Three great films that i recommend people to watch.
TomS
I recently watched the new Star Trek.
Quite good, although they added some scientific nonsense like highly explosive "red matter", which looks like red ink Rolling Eyes
Also the beaming effect is kinda stupid and quite a change in style.
FunDa
love_her_freida_pinto wrote:
the last movies that i have seen are Wolverine: Origins, Inkheart and Night at the Museum 2. Three great films that i recommend people to watch.



I will defintely watch Wolverine again though some people have given it bad reviews. I think its an excellent X-Men storyline movie. I haven't read the comic book series, and all I knew about Wolverine was from the 3 x-men movies. Now I know the whole story


Night at the Museum [?]2[?] I don't really know if I liked the first part but I surely don't want to watch it again.
If the second part is good, then maybe I'll give it a chance.
imera
the last movie I saw at this moment is Fatso, a Norwegian movie that managed to make me smile, but it's far from any favourite
dickyzin
I saw The Seige the other night on TV.
cavey
I saw Blindness http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0861689/ the other day. I thought it was a horror movie, but this was just cruel :( Wish I hadn't seen it :/

Yesterday I saw Good Luck Chuck http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0452625/ . I have seen it before. It was just so funny I just had to watch it again when it came on TV. It's a comedy, but with a lot of sex humor and some "extreme" scenes for children. I point that out, because they sent it on TV 1000 Family!!!! (In the evening, but still...) :O It's "Rated R for sequences of strong sexual content including crude dialogue, nudity, language and some drug use."
b4r4t
Monsters vs Aliens 3D Smile

Realy funny movie and 3D Effect is realy nice (especialy 1st "in space" scene or this with the rocket and ball on the string ... you almost see the ball in front of Your nose ...) Smile
FunDa
b4r4t wrote:
Monsters vs Aliens 3D Smile

Really funny movie and 3D Effect is really nice (especially 1st "in space" scene with the rocket and ball on the string ... you almost see the ball in front of Your nose ...) Smile



I wish we had 3 d theaters in our place. Sad

We barely get to see the movie, and no 3d
tw34kfr34k
i watched the new terminator salvation today.
i didnt really like it,its nothing like the old ones and they make a lot mistakes.
not too mention the game wich sucks big time.
sciencegto
tw34kfr34k wrote:
i watched the new terminator salvation today.
i didnt really like it,its nothing like the old ones and they make a lot mistakes.
not too mention the game wich sucks big time.


Is it that bad? I gonna watch it tonight! Shocked
Recaner
Dazed and Confused
dickyzin
I saw the good old "The Rock" with Sean Connery and Nicolas Cage.
dickyzin
I just saw "Kate and Neopold" starring Hugh Jackman and Meg Ryan on TV. It's the first time I've seen it and it's a nice movie.
SpellcasterDX
I saw Taken, where this teenage girl and her friend go to France (Paris I believe) by themselves and are kidnapped and sold on the market as sexual...dolls, I guess you could say. Kind of intense and suspenseful, although I didn't really like the ending.
traxion
night at the museum 2 Very Happy

past 1 was above exception ( oke mine exception was very low ) but it was fun. the 2d part is on the same level, so if you liked the 1ste one you should go see the 2d one Smile
chartcentral
I last watched Flywheel, from the makers of Making the Giants and Fireproof. Very nice Christian movie. official website Smile
crimson_aria
the last movie I saw that I have watched before was Across the Universe. I so love the movie, great musical. the last movie i watched that i saw for the first time was I Know Who Killed Me. eerr.. didn't like it much.
FunDa
crimson_aria wrote:
the last movie I saw that I have watched before was Across the Universe. I so love the movie, great musical. the last movie i watched that i saw for the first time was I Know Who Killed Me. eerr.. didn't like it much.



Laughing
lethaltriad
I watched Drag Me To Hell last night with my girlfriend, really nice movie, I loved how it went back in a way to classic horror movies and didnt concentrate on too much gore or special effects to get you scared. Transformers is next on the list Very Happy
bchuminx
Dance Subaru! I was thinking what is this movie all about..hesitated to watch as I was guessing the plot would be rather the same like Make It Happen (cool moves) and Step Up 1&2...but wow
it was really a good, inspiring movie about Subaru sharing a dream with her twin brother to become ballet dancers but their passion is discouraged by their father(similar to Billy Elliot).
but somehow something bad happened..it seems like a downhill for Subaru..but she did not want ever to give up her dream..instead she fight on for the sake of her brother Very Happy touching indeed
TurtleShell
oh boy, I finally saw Star Trek in the theaters this weekend. THe scene with the car in the beginning was perfect, just perfect. great movie.
FunDa
TurtleShell wrote:
oh boy, I finally saw Star Trek in the theaters this weekend. THe scene with the car in the beginning was perfect, just perfect. great movie.



I must go and watch it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
TurtleShell
oh yes! yes you must! I'm so happy I did!
MeddlingMonk
Quote:
Oh boy, I finally saw Star Trek in the theaters this weekend. The scene with the car in the beginning was perfect, just perfect. Great movie.


Star Trek (XI) was also the most recent film I've seen in cinemas. Definitely an enjoyable movie - I especially liked all the little quotes put in for fans of the earlier series (Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, etc.) and movies.

Other than that, the most recent movie I've seen would be 3 Acts of Murder, broadcast on ABC HD here in Australia recently. Definitely interesting, since I've read one or two of Arthur Upfield's crime books.
Zaini711
Just watch Transformer Revenge of the Fallen......

AWESOME !!!! More action, nearly 3 hours of action pack. Need to watch it a few time to catch all the details especially the fighting sequence autobots and decepticon...

Well worth it...

If you only can watch 1 movie this year... this is THE MOVIE !!!!!
Crazy_Canuck
I have seen the new Star Trek movie twice now. Loved it both times! I think Gene Roddenberry would have been proud. I loved how the characters reminded me of the original cast. I hope they continue the series, I would go to each one!!
mgeek
I saw 10000 BC recently. I thought the story had a lot of flaws. The most obvious is that iron was used around 1000 BC, not 10000 BC. The story was fantastic and anachronistic. It is about family of course and the possibility of a family of nations. Looked like a One World propaganda to me.
b4r4t
I saw new Transformers Yesterday in the cinema Smile
Gr8 movie ... one of the best I've watched this ear Smile
And those funny texts ... realy gr8 - it's worth to spend some cash and watch it in the cinema Smile
bloodrider
The last movie I saw was the new Star Treck, I liked the story and visual effects, I think it's one of the best movies of this summer Smile
crimson_aria
I watched Confessions of a Shopaholic and Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist. both fell short compared to the books but I did enjoy watching Nick and Norah's. I didn't find Confessions funny at all, but I had fun seeing Isla Fischer playing Becky. I think she did a good job on it.
TomS
Alright. I recently watched "Drag me to hell".

It's called a horror-movie, but it's - except for some quite funny scenes - pretty boring.
The plot is foreseeable and I felt like watching a mash up of several older movies, that were much better.

1/5 rating...
xevar25
Transformers Revenge of the Fallen

--- ---

I've heard about Drag Me to Hell is a bad movie and the name is really appealing. xD
b4r4t
Watched new Terminator today in Cinema Smile
Well ... for me it's something like 5/10 ... not bad, but not gr8 ... just normal movie ...
New transformers which I've watched on wednesday was much better Smile
binsmyth
yes man just yesterday and today too
crimson_aria
Silk, with Keira Knightley and Michael Pitt. I think most people would find the movie boring. I loved it though. beautiful story and lovely cinematography. sad, yet meaningful.
Spartan
The last movie I've seen was Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. I've been recently rewatching the whole Star Wars saga, and just completed watching it for the second time. It's great. I also watched the other 5 movies in the same week Smile
dickyzin
The last movie I saw was "The Stepford Wives". Seen it before on TV.
Piucca
The Proposal...big LOL Very Happy
FunDa
Watched Angels and Demons

Good enough. But people told me the ending is different than in the book .

Is it different ? I felt the ending was the same as in hte book !!!
PleoMaster
death note, some chinease horror movie it was actually rather good i reccommend people to watch this Very Happy
Fake
Death Note

Lame movie is what i think it was
Fake
Jannat
Best thing about this movie is emran hashmi dying
thnk god
[FuN]goku
Angels And Demons. Was pretty damn good.
adri
Gran Torino if Cabaret doesn't count, otherwise it's Gunter Lamoot - Seven Years of Pure Genius (Dutch).


Adri
Fake
lal badshah

classic movie Razz
dickyzin
On the weekends, I saw The Family Stone starring Claire Danes, Diane Keaton and Rachel McAdams. It's a nice romantic comedy.
ticktacktoe
Haven't been watching newer movies lately, been catching up on the older ones I missed seeing.
Saw The Butterfly Effect last night, was a really wonderful movie. Kinda type which sets you thinking for hours afterwords! Went to bed right after watching it, wasn't able to fall asleep because my mind kept thinking about it, still woke up in the morning thinking about it. Don't remember what happenned but I probably dreamt about it as well. Very Happy
FunDa
ticktacktoe wrote:
Haven't been watching newer movies lately, been catching up on the older ones I missed seeing.
Saw The Butterfly Effect last night, was a really wonderful movie. Kinda type which sets you thinking for hours afterwords! Went to bed right after watching it, wasn't able to fall asleep because my mind kept thinking about it, still woke up in the morning thinking about it. Don't remember what happenned but I probably dreamt about it as well. Very Happy


I loved Butterfly Effect. I had seen it soon after I had read about the actual theory of the butterfly effect.

And I also read the short story "The Sound of Thunder" It has also been made into a movie apparently !!!


But the ssequel of Butterfly Effect was bad - Butterfly Effect 2 ....
dickyzin
Saw Scary Movie 4 the other day on TV.
slashnburn99
Notting Hill (sorry bad timimg)

Film before that - I Want Candy
b4r4t
Ice Age 3 - 3D Smile

Not bad, lot of funny scenes, but 3D effect could be better. In Monsters vs Aliens the 3D effect was realy nice, but here ... just OK ... there was lot of scenes wher this effect could be used much better (eg. the "jungle view" after main heroes are coming 1st time from the cave to the jungle") Smile

But the movie itself ... let me see ... 7/10 Smile
PleoMaster
ice age 3 in 3d
was deffinitly worth £6 Razz

Was a funny entertaining family movie Razz


I recommend everyone to watch this at the cinema along with Transformers ROF.

10/10 ON BOTH!
traxion
Ghostbuster 1 and 2

damm.. afther 25 years i've still had a good time viewing both movies
Vladalf
It's been a bit since I saw a movie but the last one was Nothing but the Truth, a movie with government and rebel agent themes. It's hard to say anything about it without spoiling but it was kind of dissappointing.
~Vlad
Enterprise
I just saw Star Trek for the 7th time yesterday. It'll probably be my last until it comes out on DVD two days after my birthday. I adore the movie, I adore Star Trek as a whole, and I think it did good things for the series. You can bet I'm very excited for the next two!
buhle2007
the last movie i saw was The Bee Movie, it was really astounishing and i learned a lot of stuff about bees. All in all I wouldn't say that this movie is a must-watch but if you have the time, you should watch this movie.
dickyzin
Saw Super Troopers on TV the other night.
Fake
kaala pather
Vladalf
Last movie I saw was The Soloist. It was interesting at least, a little slow and not really an outstanding movie but it did work.
~Vladk
Fake
Company

This movie is classic

Chandu!
Fake
Tashan
Vladalf
Just saw Valkyirie, a historical movie about the 20th of July attempt to assasinate Adolf Hitler. The movie was well played, even tough I'm not that fond of Tom Cruise, and it did respect history and didn't change to order of events. I'd recommend it.
~Vladk
Crazy_Canuck
I just saw Harry Potter last Wednesday. I think it was very well done.
stel4e
Ghosts of Girlfriend's Past - I expected more...
r4inm4ker
I just saw The Wrestler last night and I must say.. it's a very touching and wonderful movie! The story were as real as it could, and although there's no special plot or moment, the entire movie made me really feel for the character. Superb act by main actor Mickey Rourke and their supporting actors actress, especially Marisa Tomei. A must watch movie I say.
Fake
Gumraah

Starring Sanju baba

But i bought it thinking it was a Kumar Gurav
I wonder what that movie is called
Fake
Kshatriya

Amazing movie!
Vladalf
Last afternoon I saw The Bucket List with Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson. They both played out their roles greatly and the movie did have some substance to it. Not something that will keep me thinking for too long but a lot better than most movies released nowadays.
~Vlad
matam
The Soloist is the last film I was saw!
crimson_aria
Harry Potter and The Half-blood Prince.
chartcentral
The last movie I have seen was Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince as well. Smile
dickyzin
The last movie that I saw was Double Jeopardy on TV the other night.
Enterprise
The last movie I saw was Watchmen. I went out and got the dvd a week ago when it was released, it's so good. What a way to remember the best comic of all time.
Pepperfan
The last movie I saw was Ice Age Dawn of the Dinosaurs. I saw it in 3d.

That was really cool and not over done. Not at all like the old movies were you wore the red and blue glasses.

Charles
Vladalf
Last movie I saw was Sunshine Cleaning with Amy Adams and Emily Blunt. It worked quite well, the actors played their roles very good in my oppinion and the story, even not very dynamic kept my interest. I think it works for a hot summer afternoon.

Also I saw Public Enemies with Johnny Depp as the famous John Dillinger. Quite a long movie but played out well, didn't really keep me interested till the finale tough.

~Vlad
Fake
RESHMA_AUR_SHERA
bchuminx
harry potter and half-blood prince

was really excited at first..but after the first-half it becomes so-so and they leave a major battle scene out! hmm kinda disappointed because of that..but well, at least the sea scene standing on the rock was breathtaking...awesome ;D
Fake
Alien Trespass

Awesome movie, espcially the 1950s getting and beauty
Vladalf
Last night I saw Appaloosa with Vigo Mortensen and Ed Harris. It's a western movie about a sherrif and his partner in the little town of Appaloosa. Really well played and the story was full of surprizes too. I especially loved Vigo's character.
~Vladk
dickyzin
I just saw Sweet Home Alabama.
Enterprise
I saw Funny People last night. It seemed to kind of drag a little bit, and I dislike how only one of the characters remained likable throughtout the movie. On a side note, I adore Eric Bana and will watch any movie just to see him at work, even if it's a small part as this.
Fake
Angaary
Fake
LOC KARGIL

not a bad movie at all
NOt as good as the HRITIK movie, but Ajay Devgan is awesome!
silverdown
THe last movie i saw was " Hell boy : The Golden Army" and it was AWESOME!!!!
Vladalf
Two days ago I rewatched The Holiday starring Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslett, Jude Law, and Jack Black. Really nice movie overal, the main theme is tasty and the actors really did a good job. It's a little magical if I may say.
~Vladk
b4r4t
Well... I saw new Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince ... well made ... not bad, but some things was ommited compared to the book.
But if You saw previous episodes - you have to watch this one too :)If we talk about realization - this is the best part (IMO).
Fake
Takkar
dickyzin
I just saw "16 Blocks" starring Bruce Willis on TV. Great movie.
Vladalf
Last afternoon I watched Defiance starring Daniel Craig, Liev Schreiber and Jamie Bell. It's a war movie after a true story. I liked it had a little more realism then most movies nowadays and the acting was good as well. You can still see some little Hollywood drama details here and there but it's a great movie.
~Vlad
Fake
Dekh Bhai Dekh

Crap movie. Bury it.
Dont watch it, i only saw 20 mins of it

not good movie
r4inm4ker
"Silence of the Lambs", a pretty well-known 1991 movie based on a book with the same title. I found the movie quite entertaining, maybe because I've read the book long ago, so I still remember a bit of the plot. It's about an FBI trainee named Clarice Starling whose task was to find a serial killer who has been murdering alot lately. And she was "assisted" by a jailed psychotic called Hannibal Lecter. Both Jodie Foster(Starling) and Anthony Hopkins(Lecter) got oscar for their performances in this movie, so it's pretty recommended to those who haven't watched it and like this type of movie. Though you may net to read the book first (or later) to understand the characters better.
dickyzin
I saw this chick flick, action/comedy called "D.E.B.S" on TV. It's not that funny but a good time waster.
sierramultimedia
I watched House of 1000 Corpses the other night and really liked it. Written and directed by Rob Zombie, and is his directorial debut. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_1000_Corpses

I have to get around to watching the sequel next, The Devil's Rejects. A lot of people like the sequel but not the first film.
amperx
last movie i watched was g.ijoe, it was ok though quite entertaining movie Very Happy
traxion
johnny was... did i looked yesterday
Vladalf
I just watched a british comedy movie, Lesbian Vampire Killers. It was actually very fun, mostly good humour.
~Vlad
Fake
Virudh


cud have been a funny movie, instead they made it a sad movie, shame
Zeddie
I just saw The Ugly Truth a few days ago. I thought of was a wonderful movie with lots a humour and romance.
Fake
Wolverine Origins

Awesome movie.
dickyzin
I saw "There's Something About Mary" and "It Could Happen To You" on TV the other night.
b4r4t
I saw G.I. Joe on saturday, and I must say that enjoyed this movie Smile
When I was Young I saw few cartoons, I had two or tree action figures and this was ... sentimental jurney.

Special effects are well made, story line is OK ...
f You have om free time and few free bucks - it won't be loosed time Smile
adri
I saw 'Die Welle' yesterday. Pretty good movie, I would rate it 8/10. Cool


Adri
Ben_Carrington
I have seen wanted. It was not really good even if I like the main actor who also play in the Last scottish king (I do not know the exact title).
Fake
Black Hawk Down
seristi
The last movie i saw was The Hangover, it was a pretty cool movie. I heard they started to make the Hangover 2, hope it will be good as the first one..
Fake
I know what you did last summer
Vladalf
Last night I saw State of Play a thriller with (a fat)Russell Crowe, Ben Affleck, Helen Mirren and Robin Wright Penn. Really great movie, it had alot of story behind it and I love how it was presented. I haven't watched the tv serial but if it's this great I guess I should. Of course, Russell Crowe still annoys me very much, as do most of this movie's actors (besides Helen), but it was a good movie.
~Vlad
Vladalf
I just saw In Bruges with Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson and Ralph Fiennes. What a great movie! The directing, the acting, the script, it was all amazing. Haven't seen for a long while such a good movie.
~Vlad
Vladalf
Last afternoon I saw a Martin Scorsese movie, The Departed, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Jack Nicholson, Martin Sheen and Alec Baldwin. As allways, Scorsese did a great job and the story unfolds pretty well. I loved Nicholson's performance and DiCaprio did a nice job aswell. A crime movie you have to see (with attention tough, it's pretty complex).
~Vlad
bloodrider
Yesterday I went to the cinema and saw the G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra.
I liked the movie but it wasn't really what I expected.
The plot it's really simple, OK it's a action movie but the script could be more enjoyable.
Essentially, the movie relies on the action scenes, witch are CGI. So it's a 70% visual effects movie Wink
silverdown
The last movie i saw was "Eagle Eye" very good movie however i expected it to end diffrent then it actually did.
piyushbhardwaj
the last movie I saw was Love Aaj Ka.
The movie was was nice and sweet.
It basically showed us the difference in love that earlier generations used to do and now .
people have become casual today and realise the mistakes later on.
the movie as a whole is a nice,sweet watchable movie
ibanezbenz
I saw Inglorious bastards last Saturday, and it was hilarious, i loved brad pitt and the movies awesome brutal comedy.
chartcentral
I last watched Racing Stripes, a fun and entertaining movie about a zebra who thinks he's a horse! You can hear the animals talk to each other in this movie; and see Hayden Panettiere play her role as Channing. Smile
Vladalf
This past week I saw the whole Die Hard series, again. It was on TV and I just felt I had to watch some mindless violence. Great movies!
~Vlad
dickyzin
I happened to watch The Little Mermaid 2.
georgeodowd
I watched Brazil for the 14th time a few days ago. One of the greatest movies ever made, if you ask me. Very Happy
dickyzin
I saw the Notebook on TV again. Great movie to watch with family.
FunDa
dickyzin wrote:
I happened to watch The Little Mermaid 2.


2 ???


How can they made a sequel for classics. I recently learned that there was a Beauty and the Beast 2 also.



What next ?


Hansel and Gretel 2 ? (Oh, Hansel and Gretel 1 is not made yet huh ? )
Enterprise
I just watched Inglourious Basterds, it was excellent. Really excellent. Quentin Tarantino is a genius of our day. If you haven't gone out and seen this one yet, do it before it's too late. It's really too good to pass up. Just don't take your kiddies to it, there was a 5 year old in the theatre where I saw it, and I never saw his reaction, but it's majorly bloody gory. I feel sorry for the poor kid.
Vladalf
Lately I've seen quite a lot of movies: besides some rather awkward movies I've watched Lucky Number Slevin wich is a rather good thriller movie with an unusual Bruce Willis appearance and Easy Virtue an english movie with Jessica Biel, Colin Firth, Kirstin Scott Thomas and Ben Barnes. A great movie, the music and decor set a great atmosphere and their acting was really good. I appreciate most english movies because of english manners and humour, they go together in a fancy fashion.

Enterprise wrote:
I just watched Inglourious Basterds, it was excellent. Really excellent. Quentin Tarantino is a genius of our day.

Seems like a movie I should see. Thanks!

~Vlad
juezy
TRANSFORMERS 2 !!!! EPIC MOVIE. But black hawk down is still as good
dickyzin
I saw The Lake House on TV. Good movie. Apparently this story is copied from a Korean movie. Don't know who copied who but I'm glad there's an English version.
b4r4t
Final Destination 4 in 3D. I must say, that 3D effect is realy awsome. Something diffrent then cartoons like Ine Age or Monsters vs Aliens Smile
The stroryline isn't gr8, but it isn't bad too... I was in cinema only because of this 3D and ... that was every single $ (well ... PLN) which I've spend

Largo Winch - this was for free. We had free invitations to cinema. Nice movie, well made. I realy like it. The bonus was that it's long after the premiere and that means - almost no ppl in cinema (there was about 6 persons).
traxion
District 9

here's the topic about it
http://www.frihost.com/forums/vt-109508.html
dickyzin
I saw Soul Plane a couple of weeks ago.
Vladalf
A few days ago I saw Othello the 1995 version, with Kenneth Branagh, Laurence Fishburne. Greatly acted, especially the monologue parts. A little too dramatic but, it was worth it. I think Kenneth Branagh really likes Shakespeare's writing, he acted in Much Ado About Nothing too.
~Vlad
m4jk3l
"Inglourious Basterds". Even so that movie is about war and killing jews it's also funny - especially accent of Brad Pitt and some scenes. In my opinion in some moments it's boring and it hasn't a lot of action but it's directed by Quentin Tarantino! I strongly recommend to watch this movie!
Ben_Carrington
The shining with The brilliant Jack Nicholson. What an actor !!!
shiningwizard
I watched Star Trek (2009) just this morning. It was a good film. I'm not a Star Trek fan and haven't seen anything Star Trek before this, so as a complete outsider, I thought it was good. It clearly lacked an emotional core, and that was its biggest problem. Introduces characters, doesn't develop them. The next film might be better though, because it won't have the task of re-establishing these characters.

Oh, and the visual effects were fantastic. If James Cameron's Avatar doesn't go horribly wrong later this year, Star Trek should win the Visual Effects Oscar.

7.5/10 from me.
FunDa
Have yet to watch some movies which I had being waiting to watch for quite some time :

Terminator 4 : Terminator Salvation

Transformers 2

Ice Age 3

Coraline

Final Destination

Banlieu 13 : Ultimatum


The Fast and the Furious 4
[FuN]goku
Er, I think the last thing I watched was Takedown.
dickyzin
I watched The Unbreakable starring Bruce Willis. Quite a good movie.
todabeat
i JUST watch Star Trek, pretty good movie, even though i am not a fan
ciureanuc
Sunday I had a marathon for Predator. Smile

Predator with Arnold (1987)
Predator 2 (1990)
Alien versus Predator (I forgot the year Smile )

Couple of hours of watching this "predator" and I kind started to like him. Smile
traxion
mean creak and wit licht ( a dutch movie from marco borsato )
todabeat
last night i watched.

one with the wife called

Antichrist > very weird but excellent
andi think that my favorite movie of all time.

American Beauty
gohgoh
hehe i watched terminator salvation afew weeks ago Very Happy
Baka_Desu
The last film i saw was like ages ago, but its Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. It was an ok movie, but it can't compare with the origonal, harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
Ben_Carrington
The last movie is "trading places" which was not bad.
r4inm4ker
The talented Mr. Ripley (1999). After re-watching the Bourne Trilogy, I liked Matt Damon performance very much, and now hunting all his previous films, haha. This film (Ripley) is pretty nice. It has some old settings in Italy, and the plot, although not too intense, is pretty interesting. Again Matt's performance was classic here. The next film I watched would be "Good Will Hunting", I guess.
FunDa
Transformers 2 was too super saturated with action that I had to look away sometimes.

The action was so full of machines rumbling here and there that I couldn't follow the storyline as everything was a hunk of gleaming metal hitting against each other.
dickyzin
I saw The Bachelor Party II - The Last Temptation last night. It was just an OK movie. Not so great.
mgeek
I got into these old cinemas where old movies are replayed and saw Hellboy II doubled with Hancock. I thought that Hellboy II with the Golden Army was alright.
Vladalf
I saw about a week ago The Brothers Bloom with Rachel Weisz, Adrien Brody, Mark Ruffalo and a bunch of other actors. Some details were quite interesting, like the old clothes and cars tough the movie is set in our times. Kind of didn't play it's full potential but it was interesting, nonetheless.
~Vlad
dude_xyx
Lats movie I watched is G. I. Geo. Turned out its better than I thought. Good action stuff. I think there is be a second movie within next few years.
Ben_Carrington
-Mesrine which is very great with Vincent Cassel, a famous French Actor
-Paranoiak which was also quiet good.
dickyzin
The last movie I saw was Final Destination on TV.
medesignz
It was Arthur... on Itv2 yesterday

What do you get between the moon and new york city?
dickyzin
I saw 88 Minutes. It's a very good movie. Missed the beginning though so will have to watch it again in the near future. But now that I have seen the ending, there isn't much point watching it again. Evil or Very Mad
PleoMaster
Last movie i saw was Wrong Turn 3 , left for dead. It was actually an orite movie was better than the other 2 soo i reckon everyone should watch
georgeodowd
I just watched Tideland for the second time last night. Every bit as disturbing, fascinating, and brilliant as the first time. Terry Gilliam is well genius.
Vladalf
georgeodowd wrote:
I just watched Tideland for the second time last night. Every bit as disturbing, fascinating, and brilliant as the first time. Terry Gilliam is well genius.

Just read about it, seems like a great movie. I'll go watch it, thanks!
~Vlad
traxion
2:22 and a man apart ( with vin diesel )
Vladalf
The past weekend I saw a couple of movies. The Ugly Truth with Gerard Butler (This is Sparta!) and Katherine Heigl. A mediocre romantic comedy but with some nice humour. If you're into those kind of movies I suggest you watch it otherwise run away and don't look back. And I saw The Tournament with Robert Carlyle, Kelly Hu and Vin Rhames. A bunch of not-so-famous actors but the movie had some great action and the camera work was great.
~Vlad
Ben_Carrington
The last week end, I watched two great movies :
Hanckock, the beginning was very funny and original, but the end was less good.
L'échange with Angelina Jolie : Very original movie. At the beginning I did not want to wath it because I did not like the Poster but after 5 min, I was really fond of this movie.
FunDa
Vladalf wrote:
The past weekend I saw a couple of movies. The Ugly Truth with Gerard Butler (This is Sparta!) and Katherine Heigl. A mediocre romantic comedy but with some nice humour. If you're into those kind of movies I suggest you watch it otherwise run away and don't look back. And I saw The Tournament with Robert Carlyle, Kelly Hu and Vin Rhames. A bunch of not-so-famous actors but the movie had some great action and the camera work was great.
~Vlad



I watched "The Ugly Truth" too. Same advice. A good watch if u do like that sort of movies, but otherwise don't watch it.
rogue_skydragon
The last movie I saw was "The Machinist" starring Christian Bale. If you haven't yet seen it, go see it! Bale looks extremely....well you'll see.
PleoMaster
Halloween II... One of the best remakes ive seen in my entire life rob zombie is amazing!
catscratches
Angel's Egg

A wonderful movie that is a bit hard to describe. It's basically about a girl in an industrial, gothic world who carries an egg with her, protecting it. Her daily activity involves collecting bottles and filling them with water. She meets a man carrying a cross-like weapon.
Vladalf
catscratches wrote:
Angel's Egg
A wonderful movie that is a bit hard to describe. It's basically about a girl in an industrial, gothic world who carries an egg with her, protecting it. Her daily activity involves collecting bottles and filling them with water. She meets a man carrying a cross-like weapon.


Thanks for talking about this movie, seems like a great anime. I'll watch it soon.
~Vlad
Fake
tHE hURT lOCKER
adri
Ice Age 3
pscompanies
G-Force. LOVED IT! Very Happy
Mihkel
Paranormal activity. Watched it 3 hours ago and i still feel a bit scared. Very Happy
Vladalf


Saw yesterday the anime film The Sky Crawlers. Such a perfect anime, has a leaving mark with it's great story and atmosphere. The art and the soundtrack are perfect too, I'm glad I've took the time to watch it. I recommend it for any anime watcher out there. Also, tell me if you like it.
~Vlad
medesignz
Ghostbusters 2 Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil
catscratches
Vladalf wrote:
The Sky Crawlers
I guess I'll have to watch that, considering its the same director as Angel's Egg. It seems to be a bit action-oriented, though. :/ *Hopes he isn't right*

I recently rewatched Terkel i knibe.
dickyzin
The last few movies that I saw were:
Juno (I like the character)
We Own The Night (very good police / mafia story)
The Peacemaker
noisette
G. I. Geo in theatre and rewatched Kieslowsky's Three Colours DVD at home
Vladalf
catscratches wrote:
I guess I'll have to watch that, considering its the same director as Angel's Egg. It seems to be a bit action-oriented, though.

No you're not right! It's got a great story and atmosphere. I'm looking forward to your comments.
~Vlad
catscratches
I'm not? Great, now I really have to check it out.

I slept over at a friend's house and we played games and watched movies. Terkel i knibe, Princess Mononoke, Tintin - The broken ear and Nausicaä of the valley of wind. I don't think I have to say much about them as they're all pretty well-known.

Edit: Oh, and btw. I don't really seem to have the same idéa of what's an action-oriented movie as the general audience. Basically, any more than 5 action-scenes in the entire film and that's a lot of action to me.
medesignz
One Foot in the Algarve... I DONT BELIEVE IT
krkdo
lassie, i don't like it, it's too scary
mgeek
krkdo wrote:
lassie, i don't like it, it's too scary


Must be a remake. Is that the Lassie I know? The collie who helps people?
catscratches
Battle Royale and then the old classic:
The Omen
God, what complete and utter rubbish! So predictable, unscary, unfunny and unexiting. (No, that's not usually what a look for in movies, I look for artistic value and emotion, but even mentioning those words in a 15 mile radius from that movie is an abomination.)
shkhanal
"Taking Lives".

Its good quit entertaining and engazing.
Vladalf

I've just watched 5 Centimeters Per Second a stunning anime film by Makoto Shinkai. I really can't say how great it is. The characters and the pace make for a really enjoyable story and the art is good. I would suggest watching it with no english dubbing, I really think it would ruin most of the dialogs and monologues. Have fun!
~Vlad
menino
I saw UP (disney's pixar movie), and it was enjoyable - quite nice and funny.
I also saw G.I. Joe, anf that had awesome action scenes.
Then I saw Charlie Wilson's war, which was interesting as well.
catscratches
Vladalf wrote:
I would suggest watching it with no english dubbing, I really think it would ruin most of the dialogs and monologues.
~Vlad
Never watch films with english dubbing. It nearly always ruins them.
medesignz
anyone see anything scary this weekend?
catscratches
@Vladalf:

Very Happy
I was worried in the beginning, because:
A: There was action.
B: I feared that I'd managed to get an english dub.

Edit: Oh, and I think I've read about 5 centimeters per second before. Need to watch it.
angfrayle
medesignz wrote:
anyone see anything scary this weekend?


Nothing scary really. Only a lot of superficial storylines and a lot masks and special effects.
lethaltriad
Mostly cartoons recently.. Up and Tinkerbell, waiting to get The Orphan on DVD soon.
Vladalf
I kind of watched Stalker by Andrei Tarkovsky. Everyone into post apocalyptic radioactive stuff says it's worth it and I said I should give it a try. It had alot of well made scenes and the dialogue is great but the long scenes are exagerated (10+ minutes of no camera movement sometimes). It's worth to just look at some parts I guess.
~Vlad

@catscratches: Yeah, that english in the planes took me by surprise too. And also 5 Centimeters is even more worth watching than Sky Crawlers (but both films great overall).
catscratches
Stalker's yet another movie on my to-watch list, which currently features too many titles (more than half of which I've forgotten, since it only exists in my head). I have to catch up on the years I didn't really watch any movies on. (Was disappointed in the mainstream movie scene and I just didn't bother checking out more independent releases.)
FunDa
Going to watch "Primer" 2004

Noticed it after it came in yesterday's xkcd. It shows the very very complicated pathway of the characters thru the film.


Its complicated because they keep going back in time and there are about 8 timelines involved.

A very low budget film and got a lot of good reviews. Will post a review after I watch it in a few days.
Vladalf
FunDa wrote:

A very low budget film and got a lot of good reviews. Will post a review after I watch it in a few days.

I just read about it. Sounds like an interesting movie, i'm waiting for your review.
Also, the director is also the producer and actor and another 10 things. That's pretty interesting too.
~Vlad
vmvamshi01
The last i saw is saw vi
the film not so pleasing yaar
pelatros
distict 9

and it is really great movie. it aims to show to the people migration problems all over the world from a different view..
enkyskateboard
mine was dude wheres my car ealy hilarius a genius movie `guys hzve you ever been to ur/anus it seem to be very nice at this time of the year`
dickyzin
I saw Mirrors again. Good thriller flick but loses its thrill the second time you watch. I guess its the same with all other movies.
georgeodowd
I finally got to see Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas last night. Absolutely genius film, like everything Terry Gilliam!
crimson_aria
Vladalf wrote:

I've just watched 5 Centimeters Per Second a stunning anime film by Makoto Shinkai. I really can't say how great it is. The characters and the pace make for a really enjoyable story and the art is good. I would suggest watching it with no english dubbing, I really think it would ruin most of the dialogs and monologues. Have fun!
~Vlad


5 Centimeters per second is one of my most favorite anime films. You're right, it's stunning. The graphics are beautiful and the story is wonderful. I cried in it a lot.


I recently saw the The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants 1 & 2. I loved it. Especially since the movie is about four best friends, and me and my friends are four too. It's a touching film about friendship. I'm planning to read the book because of the movie.
mgeek
angfrayle wrote:
medesignz wrote:
anyone see anything scary this weekend?


Nothing scary really. Only a lot of superficial storylines and a lot masks and special effects.


A lot of supposed scary movies aren't really scary. They are either funny, or they make you sick. The SAW series is frightening. I had a chance to see SAW I and II on DVD.
PleoMaster
Paranormal Activities.

This movie deffinitly give me the chills. Best movie/horror movie ive seen in my entire life.



Source : http://screenrant.com/paranormal-activity-reviews-kofi-27600/.

SHORT VERSION: “Scariest Movie Ever” is a tall order to fill, but Paranormal Activity is definitely a serious fright flick that will continue to creep you out long after the movie ends.

I totally agree with this, The scariest movie I have ever seen but with the worst ending to a movie ever!

This movie must be well known by now was made with $15,000 and have had an income of more than 80 million within the first month of release.

This is a big hit for a movie.

Do you true horror fans agree with me?
detsucks
Saw II,
hehe.. trying to re-watch the whole series before watching Saw VI as i forgot the storyline :S
anakin_skyrunner
The last movie I saw was X-Men Origins: Wolverine I think... Gr8 movie! Enjoyed every second of it Cool
catscratches
detsucks wrote:
Saw II,
hehe.. trying to re-watch the whole series before watching Saw VI as i forgot the storyline :S
There is one?
Ben_Carrington
Rocknrolla : not bad but I was a litlle busy when I was watching it
Eric Contona The King : very good for football fans because there is lot of amazing goals and Eric Cantona is someone very special.
Vladalf
Saw yesterday evening Orphan a freaky horror film about a couple who adopts a weird orphan. The film has some good moments, certainly better than most horror films lately, and the fact that the orphan looks so innocent at the beginning is great.
~Vlad
b4r4t
2012 - in cinema. Almost 2.5h - for such a long film it was worth to pay for tickets. BTW this movie is nice, not awsome, but nice. Something like Independance Day but with more "WOW"-thing Smile

Aliens in the attic - blueray. Verry funny movie. I was realy enjoyed it Smile Lot of funny scenes.

Yattaman - blueray. It's just Yattaman but movie, ot anime. There is this same freak style like in the cartoon. It isn't something what everyone will enjoy, but for me, it was something like going back to my young years.
medesignz
Back to the future 3 Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil
dehv3
Last movie was yesterday!
2010 Doomsday 9/10 Verry nice Movie.. 3 hours long, No 1 minut was boring!
kforensic4
the movie is great!!! it was all about the apocalypse and what the country's government will do about it... a lot of 2012 movies gone out of the movie theaters but this movie would be the best in terms of graphic effects and quality. also the movie stars done great
bloodrider
This weekend I saw "Next Air".
It's a nice movie, for a comedy it's quite good, as I can't stand any more the "standard romance/comedy" they're a complete waste of time!
Although, don't think "Next Air" is that spectacular, it's enjoyable as it has a different kind of story, for a comedy, and a nice spanish chick Twisted Evil
ato784
the last movie i saw was up, and it was good. one of pixar's finest. way better than wall-e, but still not as good as the matrix/any movie like it.
georgeodowd
I saw Pirate Radio (aka The Boat That Rocked) on Friday. Absolutely wonderful film, I thought. But how can you go wrong with Emma Thompson, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jack Davenport, Kenneth Branagh, Chris O'Dowd, and Katherine Parkinson? Loved it, loved it. Now I'm going to go see it again. Smile
Vladalf
Last movie I saw was The Machinist with Christian Bale. Even tough I don't really appreciate Bale (mostly because of the batman movies) he was phenomenal in this role. The movie really has a psychological horror feel to it and it keeps you interested. I wish it hadn't finished.
And I saw a few nights ago Donnie Darko. Thought I should see it, beeing an appreciated movie and all. Was really great, even tough I imagined it somewhat different. It surely deserves good critics and portrays some great ideas.
Have fun,
~Vlad
Dean_The_Great
Men Who Stare at Goats - Interesting movie. George Clooney is starting to pick some weird roles, and I like it. Very much reminded me of Burn After Reading, not so much in style or plot, as in just sheer ridiculousness.
jigoku05
District 9. I don't watch movie often.
paulina
Fame - next unsuccessful copy of Step Up (but choreograpies and music are very nice).
2012 - in fact nothing special, but good film. I liked it. + special effects Smile
Starrfoxx
Well, we just recently watched Inkheart. I made sure that I read the book first before seeing the movie, and I'm glad I did.

The movie is very different from the book. Dustfinger has magical fire powers in the movie, the ending is definitely different than the book, and the first half or more of the book was done within the first 15-20 minutes of the movie.
dickyzin
I saw Beverly Hills Chihuahua the other day but didn't finish it. I'll watch it again soon.
mgeek
Not too many disaster movies lately ... the special effects were nicely done.
chartcentral
Watched New Moon on Saturday. Nice movie. Smile
brokenadvice
Pulp Fiction. I literally finished it about 10 seconds ago. I have no idea why it took so long to see this movie it is amazing! I recommend this to anyone who likes bad guy movies.
todabeat
i just saw

the punisher 2 war zone

very cool
Vladalf

Last afternoon I saw Renaissance a black and white animated film. I thought it was going to be just an action movie but I was very wrong. The story gets you really well, and the black and white graphics give it a realistic feel. The motion capture is good too and the music fits nicely. I also loved the arhitecture of future Paris. Some concept art for the movie was made by Viktor Antonov, a really good concept artist that made art for Half Life 2 as well. Check his art here: http://www.vulkanbros.com/intro.html.
Also I saw Inglorious Basterds a few nights ago. Awfull movie, just awfull. I mean, what was I thinking, especting a good movie from Tarantino? The music didn't fit, story wasn't catchy, the alternate history part was too little and clunky. But I liked some of the acting and the shooting scenes (besides the cinema part, that was just drama). I'm not even going to bold this movie's name.
~Vlad
rayz0r
The last movie I saw was 2012. It went on a bit in some places, but all was forgiven because I went with a girl I like Cool

It was a very impressive movie to say the least, the cinematics were quite amazing and the graphics were beyond their time
catscratches
Vladalf wrote:
Inglorious Basterds
One of those movies I feel like I need to see simply cause it's been talked about so much. I can't get myself to see it though, cause I know it's going to be horrible.

2012 is another one of those movies.
georgeodowd
I watched Picnic at Hanging Rock the other day. Lovely visuals and a nice soundtrack, but, seriously, what the hell? Don't get me wrong, I thought it was pretty cool. I'm just still trying to figure out what on earth it was about.
dickyzin
I saw 27 Dresses the other night on Fox.
FunDa
Watched "You've got mail' after a long long time. Its really cute seeing the infant stages of the email phenomenon and the dialup connections and AOL mail.

Really brought back memories.


Also the fight between the small local bookstore and the giant new store reminded me of something which happened in our neighbourhood. Didn't even notice that the old store closed down till a few weeks after it did. Sad Sad that we are like that...
crimson_aria
The last movie I saw was Sleuth with Jude Law and Michael Caine. It's been sitting untouched for quite a while on my list of movies to watch. It's a sick movie, but wonderfully played and done. I liked it.

Before that I saw 500 Days of Summer. man I so love this movie. I love the acting and the story. I think it's one, if not my most favorite, movie of the year.
Vladalf
Last saturday I watched Pandorum a sf horror film with Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster. Pretty interesting movie, the rusty and old ship was great and the characters too. Would've loved if they put more accent on other survivors too and on those things but I guess it would've been too long. You really need to see this if you're into horror movies.
Also I've seen yesterday night 2012. Oh, the pain! Worst movie I've seen in weeks. Can the scenario get even worse? Watching that movie was like thrusting an arrow in an out of my chest. It had all the hollywood cliches you can think of, all of them, and well, I can't even say how bad it is.
~Vlad
dickyzin
I saw Midnight Meat Train the other day on Foxtel. I didn't really get the ending since I couldn't hear much of what was said. I'll have to watch it again.
dude_xyx
I watched Movie " OutPost " Today. Its an average movie.
crimson_aria
the last movie i saw was the japanese film "Koizora." I thought the story was nothing extraordinary but it was cute and pretty touching too. I liked it.
rogue_skydragon
I just watched a silent film called "The Last Laugh." It was made in the 1920s under the German Expressionist movement, is quite dark in terms of story.
satery
oh i saw this film paranormal activity im 23 and it even scared me :O
catscratches

Stalker!
Vladalf
Saturday afternoon I saw The Hangover an avarage comedy about three guys that do alot of... stuff in Las Vegas. Had some interesting scenes in it and Alan is great. Loved the blackjack scene and his overall reactons. Worth seeing it only if you're out of movies.
@catscratches: Finally. Did you enjoy it?
catscratches
I certainly did.

The problem was: I had gotten the film very legally *cough* and it was divided into several parts. Sometimes VLC had a huge problem with finding the subtitles...

Otherwise I was positively surprised. It was not like I had imagined it at all (I never read up on movies before I watch them. That seems to somehow ruin them a bit.)

Edit: I wouldn't say that the long scenes are exaggregated at all. I found the movie to be quite fast-paced, actually. But well, that's kinda true for all movies.
Vladalf
Yesterday night I saw two avarage movies.
Carriers a thriller about a pandemic and four people that try to survive. It stars some not really known actors but they acted well. Some stuff was really off, like after a big pandemic all the strees are clean, no broken cars everwhere and no bodys, it looked to deserted. It is explained that there were biohazard cleaning units but come on, it's too clean. I think they should have insisted more on bandits and maybe other survivors too but oh well.
And the second movie I saw was The Box with Cameron Diaz, Frank Langella and James Marsden. It's about a couple that recieves a box from an odd individual. It's quite interesting, I think they left too big pot holes but, it was entertaining nonetheless.
~Vlad
Enterprise
I just watched the Rain Man again the other day. I'd recommend it to anyone.
dickyzin
I saw Sex Drive the other day on foxtel. It's just a funny teen movie, nothing special about it.
FunDa
Harry Potter series of movies.


Ok .. Everybody knows that the original would would always be better than the movies. But I would say that the movies were a commendable effort on the part of the directors actors and producers.
biznacho
Wall-e

Very funny view of humans 700 years in the future... Of course living in space would probably do strange things to humans after that much time, but they are strangely "like" us (Americans?).

It cracked me up pretty bad.

Speaking of "up" that's the one I want to watch next. Loves me some great animation.
paul_indo
Last movie I saw was UP, and I am going to watch it again right now. Just got out the DVD before I saw this post
catscratches
A Clockwork Orange

I liked it a lot.
Vladalf


I just watched Rurouni Kenshin: Trust & Betrayal and Rurouni Kenshin: Reflection, two great OVAs about an assasin, his feeling for life, the pain he endures because of the killings he is doing and the love he carries for a woman. Really great OVAs, the anime is probably very commercial but these two OVAs really impressed. Really recommend them to any anime watcher.

@Catscratches: Did you watch 5 Centimeters per Second yet? How was it?

~Vlad
Ghost Rider103
Just watched The Marine II last night.

In my opinion the first one was better. But they were both great movies, and I would watch either of them again.

It had some cheesy effects in a few parts of the movie, like one of the explosions looked extremely fake. But for the most part it was a good movie. I just always notice when something doesn't look right.

Definitely worth watching!
nigam
Hahahhaah good thing I clicked on this link. Coz I just finished watching Astro boy on a pirated DVD and I am quite surprise of the quality of that disc. it's like original. Though I don't encourage everyone to buy Pirated coz it's like stealing. I am not stealing also coz I just borrowed the disc from my friend. thanx
catscratches
Vladalf wrote:

5 Centimeters Per Second
Great, although I felt that the scene progression was a bit too fast at times.
Starrfoxx
I watched "The Christmas Story" on TBS's 24 hour marathon today. Sure, I've seen it before. But this movie just has so many great moments that it's fun to watch it over and over. Well, maybe not all in the same day. Laughing
dickyzin
I saw the Ruins on TV. Missed the start so I need to watch it again.
medesignz
BEETLEJUICE BEETLEJUICE BEETLEJUICE!!!
dickyzin
I saw The Hulk (2008). Quite good.
nigam
What about avatar? who saw it? They say it's good movie but the story is for kids... I wanna know if it's true before I watch it on the theatre.
crimson_aria
I watched He's Not Just Into You and The Devil's Advocate yesterday. I absolutely loved Devil's Advocate. Al Pacino is an amazing actor. The story is awesome.
Vladalf

A couple of days ago I saw Dorian Gray a great british film after Oscar Wilde's novel. It stars Ben Barnes, Colin Firth and a bunch of other british actors. I found the movie to bring feelings simillar to those of the movie Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, another great movie by Tim Burton starring Depp and Helena Bonham-Carter, another movie that I recommend. Anyway, back to Dorian Gray, the acting is flawless, the scenes flow pretty well and the story works albeit it derives a little from Wilde's original story.
~Vlad
Denvis
Finished watching planet 51 ... extremely predictable, weather girl and pineapple express.
Tuvitor
I watched Up over the holidays with my fiancee's family.
chartcentral
Currently watching The Hottie and the Nottie on TV. Smile
medesignz
There was a very strange film on today with Tim Allen in... he turned into a dog...
rogue_skydragon
I watched Guy Ritchie's "Sherlock Holmes" just the other day. Fantastic film! Very action-packed, but none of it compromises the story-telling at all. Although, it does seem to conclude in a rather odd fashion...something of a drawn out lead-in to a sequel.
lethaltriad
The last movie i saw was Paranormal Activity, pretty decent movie
FunDa
I watched Planet 51, an animation movie.

Loved it.

Comedy animation movie with some serious issues being discussed in a very subtle way.



It is set in a faraway planet where a human being (NASA astronaut) goes to plant a flag and return home, thinking that it is just another uninhabited planet. The natives of that planet (Not Na'vi Wink ) get scared thinking that the human has come to take over their planet and make them slaves.


They react like humans would react to an alien invasion and all this while the human keeps insisting that he is not the alien here.


The music is like the 1920s with songs like

"lollipop" lolli lolli lolli lollipop
DeltaM
Last movie I saw in a cinema was Avatar, thought it was a great movie give it 9/10 awsome grapics and a kinda predictable story but still a good one. Other I saw The Fugitive on TV yesterday with Harrison Ford kinda good movie too Very Happy
catscratches
A Londoni férfi (The Man From London)

Excellent movie! One of the best movies I've watched. Absolutely gorgeous cinematography, similar to Tarkovsky-movies.
nigam
I just saw public enemies by johnny depp... it was a very cool movies... he live his life 1 day at a time...
catscratches
Lilja-4-ever

About a 16-year old girl who falls into a life of prostitution. Based on the story of Dangoule Rasalaite.
Radar
Watched half of Terminator 2 this morning, until the disk turned out to be scratched enough to make me stop watching.
Vladalf

Sword of the Stranger, one of the best anime films I've seen. The art, the story and the action all go so well together. The characters are also pretty unique and charismatic. It gave me some rather melancholic feelings sometimes and I think the director (Masahiro Andō) put a lot of accent on that (I won't explain further, don't want to ruin it).
Michiko to Hatchin, the first two episodes are great. I wasn't really sure if it's worth to see the whole series when I finished watching the first episode but when I watched the second it cought on me. I think the characters are pretty well done and it's got a lot of action. I'll watch some more when I get the time.
Bakumatsu Kikansetsu Irohanihoheto, saw only the first episode. Wasn't that full of quality, rather pretty generic but I guess I can try watching episode two?
Law Abiding Citizen, a pretty generic movie about someone who's trying to beat the system. They didn't insist on the law he read, he wasn't that skilled (even though a character explains about him at a point) and it ends pretty boring.
I really recommend Sword of the Stranger, it's great.

@Catscratches: I really got to see "The Man From London", thank ya!
~Vlad
catscratches

Probably the trippiest movie I've seen so far, and I loved every second of it.

Edit: @Vladalf: Another recent Tarkovsky-like movie is The Clone Returns Home. I know the name is a bit lame but the movie is absolutely fantastic. I saw it at a film festival in town last year and was amazed. Too bad it's so hard to get information about Kanji Nakajima. I want to see his other movies but I can't find them anywhere.
Vladalf
Saw another batch of movies saturday and sunday, had some time and wanted to spend it watching movies.
Up in The Air with George Clooney and Vera Farmiga. Had a nice plot overall, it felt like a typical 2009 film but it was worth watching.
The Day of the Triffids, the 2009 adaption. I saw that most people who read the books were very disappointed of this adaption but I found it enjoyable (I didn't read the books though).
Whiteout, a crime movie with Kate Beckinsale. Again, had some interesting ideas but nothing worth spending precious time on.
Staten Island with Ethan Hawke. The movie didn't really have a start and an ending but I enjoyed some parts of it, especially the characters and acting.
Atleast I left the better movies for later.
~Vlad
FunDa
Did I mention "3 idiots" the Indian Hindi movie starring Aamir Khan. Well, in the 108 territories where "Avatar" was released, it was the top movie in 107 of these 108 territories.


But in India, it(Avatar) was second. Because "3 Idiots" was top of the box office.



Well, I had to say that lolz Wink


Anyway, 3 idiots is a good entertainer of a movie. Good fun, lots of small jokes from all over, collected into the movie somehow.


There's the one about the Americans inventing the special pen to write in space by spening millions of dollars, while Russia used the pencil.


There's also the photograph of 3 women in a burqa in a family photograph (faces not visible, all look the same)

There's the one about being electrocuted while pissing on a live wire.

Also the one where students who hand in their test papers late after the test but are stopped, mix them into the collected answer papers, knowing full well that the examiner does not know their names or roll number to stop them.

There's the one about a bunch of 3 college buddies playing pranks on the 'bad kid'. (James Potter, anyone ?)

There's the one of a medical miracle conducted by an engineer.

Lots of fun, lots of masti.

All izzz welll !!! Enjoy.
FunDa
Vladalf wrote:
Saw another batch of movies saturday and sunday, had some time and wanted to spend it watching movies.
Up in The Air with George Clooney and Vera Farmiga. Had a nice plot overall, it felt like a typical 2009 film but it was worth watching.
The Day of the Triffids, the 2009 adaption. I saw that most people who read the books were very disappointed of this adaption but I found it enjoyable (I didn't read the books though).
Whiteout, a crime movie with Kate Beckinsale. Again, had some interesting ideas but nothing worth spending precious time on.
Staten Island with Ethan Hawke. The movie didn't really have a start and an ending but I enjoyed some parts of it, especially the characters and acting.
Atleast I left the better movies for later.
~Vlad



Oh !! I am going to watch "Up in the Air" soon.

Whiteout was too much snow I heard. I don't know how that could be a bad thing, but my friends warned me that too much snow is really bad and only Kate Beckinsale is worth watching.


The Day of the Triffids ? I'll probably have a look at the books first then ....
Baka_Desu
Sherlock Holmes was my last watched movie. It was good but not as good as AVATAR..AVATAR was hectic in 3D IMAX Theatre.
rogue_skydragon
I just saw the Motorcycle Diaries on DVD! It's a pretty good movie, albeit some of the story points are week. Next on the movie-watching list: 500 Days of Summer!
catscratches

Absolutely fantastic movie. You should all go watch it. And that's not a suggestion, it's an order.

(And then I rewatched Let the Right One In.)
dickyzin
I saw The Other Boleyn Girl on Foxtel the other night. It's quite a good movie. However, I expected a stronger ending.
Enterprise
I saw most of Leap Year, while being sent into the theatre (I work there) to keep an eye on several preteens who were being loud and using their cellphones during the movie. It had a couple cute moments, and Matthew Goode is just fun to watch for the eye-candy appeal, but overall I found it boring and predictable, not to mention, the lead actress whose name escapes me, was utterly annoying throughout the entire thing. Not really worth the 8 bucks.

I also saw all of Youth in Revolt. It was okay, I won't see it again, but it wasn't a total waste of my time. Probably wouldn't've gone if I hadn't got in free, though. Not likely helped by the fact that I'm largely "meh" on Michael Cera in general.
Starrfoxx
We saw the movie "9" and thought it was fantastic. It was a different kind of movie, and I loved how the original filmmaker was involved to turn his short, student film into a longer feature piece.

We rented the DVD, and the extras on the disc is really worth seeing.
chartcentral
Saw Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel over the weekend. Smile
medesignz
I really wish I had more time to invest in movies...

Can we start a movie club maybe? Twisted Evil
todabeat
step brothers

gotta say i hated the movie, but now i love it.
seen it like 20 times because all of the rest of my dvds were stolen

jajaja
Enterprise

I finally got around to buying Moon from Wallmart a few days ago. I had meant to buy it when it first came out, but I hadn't gotten around to it til recently, but I'm glad I did. I love this movie. The acting is good, the plot kept me guessing the first time around, and still entertained me with just how well thought-out the whole thing was for continuing showings. If you haven't seen it, do. It's hard(ish) science fiction at its best.
rogue_skydragon
I just watched Vertigo by Alfred Hitchcock. So good! But at the same time very disturbing...Jimmy Stewart's performance is absolutely twisted
Denvis
Couples Retreat/Princess and the frog/Matrix trilogy
catscratches

A complete masterpiece. Nothing less than you could expect from such a genius as Béla Tarr. The lead actor is amazing as well.
medesignz
Do you guys not think that a movie club would be really fun?

Once a week a movie gets voted for all to watch and the week after we all give our thoughts?

Its just a thought but, I think it would be a real winner Laughing
dickyzin
I watched Valkyrie starring Tom Cruise. Quite a good story about the assassination attempts on Adolf Hitler. Hitler was quite lucky at surviving assassination attempts on his life. Unfortunate for man kind!
bukaida
The last movie I saw was AVTAR in a 3D cinema hall. It's realy amazing. Definitely the 3D is the future of all cinema. Only one irretating thing was wearing that 3D glass for 3 hours. As I already have spectacles, It was like wearing two glasses. May be future 3D films will not requre to wear a glass.
todabeat
funny people
dickyzin
I watched Seven Pounds. Good movie... but I felt that something was missing.
medesignz
I finally succumbed to The Hangover last night... It was very funny
nigam
The last movie I saw today is DAMAGE by Stone Cold Steve Austin. I will rate it with 7 coz I don't like the way he act pn the screen. He`s good to watch from the ring and not from the screen. Just my thoughts.
rogue_skydragon
After having heard a lot of buzz and praise, I decided to watch The Hurt Locker. It's been nominated for an Academy Award and I must say, it deserves it. Solid story-telling and interesting material that hasn't been really touched on in previous war films. Cinematography was great...overall good film.
Diablosblizz
The last movie I saw was Legion last Wednesday. It was pretty good, except for the semi-main character "Jeep." I think his accent killed it. Other than that it had a very good plot and overall a good movie, go see it if you can!
LostOverThere
Saw The Road today. Personally, I really enjoyed it. I know a few people thought it was a bit on the boring side, but I really enjoyed the characters and the film on a whole was incredibly atmospheric. I loved the bleak outlook on the environment the film portrayed.

I recommend it. Smile
FunDa
bukaida wrote:
The last movie I saw was AVTAR in a 3D cinema hall. It's realy amazing. Definitely the 3D is the future of all cinema. Only one irretating thing was wearing that 3D glass for 3 hours. As I already have spectacles, It was like wearing two glasses. May be future 3D films will not requre to wear a glass.



Avatar in 3d in Imax definitely does set the way for filming-making in the future. The previous 3-d movies had lots of gimmicks to show the 3d effects, but in this movie, they are shown naturally and just feels natural that it is in 3d. The colours were just awesome and its hard to believe that much of it is actually CGI alone and not shot in a real jungle or something.


Lovely movie all in all.


Hope James Cameron comes up with more mega-movies like this. Too bad he makes one only once in a decade. But if that's the cost of genius, I will wait a few more years for his next big movie.
lethaltriad
Last movie I watched was Sherlock Homes, took me a long time before I got to see it but thoroughly enjoyed it, watched it twice actually.
catscratches

Incredibly overrated and without any doubt the by far worst film I've seen by Mamoru Oshii, in every aspect.
adri


Superb movie 9/10.


Adri
camperkid
Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window (1954)
It was quite amazing. slow at times, yet all the little details where important to get the fullest out of it.
catscratches
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Excellent short animation. Watch it, you've no excuse not to.[/img]
FunDa
Had a movie marathon


Holmes (2009) - Loved the new portrayal of Holmes.


Yes Man - Jim Carrey romantic comedy. So-so.


My Super Ex-Girlfriend - Turned out to be mostly a chick flick. Meh...
catscratches
The Shining

It shows how good a director Kubrick is that he managed do a, whilst not good, at least watchable adaption of such terrible source material as Stephen King.
karlosgwapo
catscratches wrote:
The Shining

It shows how good a director Kubrick is that he managed do a, whilst not good, at least watchable adaption of such terrible source material as Stephen King.


Haha like it. The last movie i saw was Alice in Wonderland. IT's just about time to relive an all time great. I also watched Sherlock Holmes and 4th Kind
catscratches

I'm no fan of Cronenberg but I quite liked this film.
medesignz
i may watch a film tonight... what do you all recommend?
catscratches
^ http://rateyourmusic.com/list/Chainsawkitten/favourite_movies/
dickyzin
I saw the The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
catscratches

Nothing short of what you'd expect from the master.
FunDa
Wow ..

IronMan was so awesome. I can't wait for part 2.

Robert Downey Jr was good in Sherlock Holmes too and I'd recommend that movie too.
But I really loved the IronMan visual effects.



Wonder if I should watch Alice in Wonderland in 3d. Johnny Depp acts in so many different movies as all sorts of unique and interesting characters that I keep forgetting that they are all the same person.

I hope this ones good too.
catscratches

A masterpiece.
FunDa
My Sister's Keeper


A brilliant and touching movie about a mother who is obsessed with saving her cancer-struck daughter's life at the expense of her younger daughter.

It is mostly narrated from the younger daughter's perspective and she lets us know that she was conceived in a test tube to be an organ and stem cell donor for her older sister.

The movie's main premise is how the girl sues her parents for medical emancipation to prevent them from forcing her to donate her organs.

It is a very touching story and shows you the feelings and emotions that run through the whole family as they try to manage with blood cancer.
anakin_skyrunner
adri wrote:


Superb movie 9/10.


Adri


Let me just quote that Wink
medesignz
Tropic Thunder... I wish Simple Jack to be real!
nigam
The Last movie I saw is when I was in the capital of my country which in manila. Me and my 2 cousins watch the movie in 3D Alice in Wonderland. It's a nice movie, it is advisable for the kids...
socceraggie
Okay, I'm man enough to admit that I appreciate good cinematography and artsy films on the rare occasion. While I'm hesitant to call Twilight (the first movie) an artsy film, I enjoyed the cinematography (the coloring, angles, etc) and could tolerate the movie's poor acting by Kristen Stewart and the annoying pained face that seems to be constantly on Robert Pattinson's face.

The other night my wife received New Moon as a gift because she did enjoy the books and the movies so much. We sat down to watch it and I was optimistic initially. After about 5 minutes I was totally lost because I had not read the book. My wife has read the books and we spent twice as much time pausing the movie and having her explain to me what was going on that the movie lasted over 3 hours to watch. The movie itself was so terrible I practically tried to choke on my dinner just to make it end! The script was awful and whatever the director did in the first movie to make Kristen Stewart tolerable was obviously not passed on to the new director. I mean her facial expressions, the painful way she blurts out her lines... I just wanted to jump through the screen and smack her! I've been told that this is suppose to be a teenie bopper type movie but it was so stupid and impossible to follow that I truly felt like my IQ had dropped from watching it. I am confident in saying that I would rather watch tele-tubbies than that piece of crap again!

Whew! I feel better now having that frustration off my chest. I hope everyone has a great day and thanks for ready my rant.
spinout
The heist - a chinese sci-fi-monster film.
chartcentral
The latest movies I've seen were Tooth Fairy, The Hurt Locker and Alice in Wonderland. Smile
menino
Last Movie I saw was yesterday, which was Ninja Assasin.

It was bloody and gore, but full of action and amazing fight scenes.

It was a good action movie worth watching, if you like martial arts movies, or ninja's and stuff.
Denvis
Just finished watching grand tornio a few days ago. I thought it was good. The storyline was excellent. Acting by the asian kid was terrible.
catscratches
Yobi, the five-tailed fox


I have very mixed feelings about this movie. On one hand, most of it was mediocre, with some characters that actually were quite annoying. On the other hand, it had some absolutely magical moments that I've seen in very few other movies, in the veins of Spirited Away and other Miyazaki masterpieces. And the visuals are gorgeous.
rogue_skydragon
I just watched an Australian film called "Walkabout." Fantastic film! It's a bit ambiguous in terms of storyline, but still great.
hersandal
The last movie I saw was the Clash of the Titans, hahahah it is really a cool movie where man and god fights. I just watch here on my computer from avi. maybe tomorrow I will watch it from the theater.
socceraggie
So my wife chose the movie last night and decided on "Did you hear about the morgans" with Hugh Grant and Sarah Jessica Parker. I don't think there are 2 actors that I enjoy less than these 2 people. Hugh grant has annoyed me since I saw 9 months with a girlfriend a long time ago. His inability to get his lines out without stuttering uncontrollably has been the center of my annoyance when it comes to watching him. I have to say that in this movie he seemed to do a much better job. He didn't appear to stutter nearly as much, as often or as noticeably. Sarah Jessica Parker however did not show any change in her acting ability. I just do not find her enjoyable to watch. I can not pin point what it is that annoys me but every time I see her I find myself wanting to change the channel.

Not a bad movie overall, but a VERY predictable chick flick and guys, if you have to suffer through one, this one isn't that bad.
rayxzero
The last film I saw was Shutter Island... creepy at first but really a great movie
Denvis
Transporter 1, 2, and 3 also Austin powers 1, 2 and watching Gold member soon Cool
asim
douzy wrote:
What was the last movie you saw? Mine was the Gridiron Gang. That movie is really impressive.


The last movie i saw, was Clash Of The Titans. If you love fantasy then this is it.
bloodrider
An education a BBC production... liked it
hersandal
The last movie I saw since my last post here was The Fast and the Furious 2009, Tokyo Drift, Ninja Assasins. I enjoyed my weekend watching those movies. it's fun.
Denvis
Just saw the 1999 film, American Beauty. Kevin Spacey is such a great actor. Really enjoyed it! 8/10 Stars
crimson_aria
2012. I was pretty sad I didn't watch it on the theatre. It would have been awesome in big screen.
Denvis
Re-watched all 4 Scary movies. I fell asleep after the second one. Crying or Very sad boring
adri
Billy Elliot, boring but a pretty cool accent. Smile


Adri
crimson_aria
we watched Iron Man 2 a while ago. I enjoyed the movie a lot. though, I can't say anything about how it compares to the previous cause I haven't seen the first movie.
rogue_skydragon
I'm currently taking a course on Australian/New Zealand films, and we just finished watching these films in the past week:

Mad Max
Love Serenade
Strictly Ballroom

They're all so good!
catscratches
^Mary & Max is a nice Australian film.

I saw:
The Return [Vozvrashcheniye]

Amazing.

There's something special about Russia/Soviet and cinema...
lethaltriad
I watched Inglourious Basterds on DVD again
FunDa
lethaltriad wrote:
I watched Inglourious Basterds on DVD again


LOL Me too !!

Was just randomly looking for something to watch and that's what I chose. Awesome.
gandalfthegrey
Kick Ass... and it did! Destined to be a classic!
anakin_skyrunner
I watched "Iron Man 2" last Thursday.

Not a bad movie, but not a very good one either. I enjoyed most of it, but well ... sometimes I was just shaking my head^^
mgeek
I recently saw Iron Man2. It was definitely better than the first one.
adri
Iron Man, the movie was good but had some cliché moments...

7/10


Adri
Denvis
The house bunny. NEVER WATCH THIS! EVER... 2/10
FunDa
Watched a bunch of movies over the weekend, most of them were just ok that I can't even recall their names.

The good ones were the 2 new batman movies
Batman Begins and
The Dark Knight

The Princess the the frog - i felt it was just ok ..



How to train your Dragon - I loved the movie , but maybe its because I like animation movies and dragons and training dragons - a good watch all the same.



Wanted to watch Kick-ass but couldn't yet.

Even Iron man 2 was sold out even though I tried early.

So ended up watching "Finding Nemo" and "Bolt" on DvD again. Bith are awesome animation movies.
desonium
I buyed with my parents a few dvd's which were in offer. Their are a few old movies between them and I watched friday Highlander 5 with my dad. I really liked the story and also want to see the other movies of Highlander, but as it were old movies it isn;t easy to buy them Confused
medesignz
Memoirs of an Invisible Man Rolling Eyes
PureReborn
Saw Iron Man 2 in theaters, what a great movie! Can't wait for the avengers series to start.

Last movie I saw was Meet the Spartans, it's fun to watch if you're with a bunch of friends and make fun of it for being so stupid.
todabeat
500 Days of Summer & Law Abiding Citizen
anakin_skyrunner
This must have been "The Invention of Lying" with Ricky Gervais.
I didn't quite get the message but it was fun to watch ^^

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1058017/
FunDa
Watched "The Water Horse" yet again.
Wonderful and touching movie.


A couple of other movies too...

Up - Beautiful animation movie.

Howl's Moving castle - nice anime

Spirited away- another good one.


Coraline - a Tim Burton kind of animation movie.
mgeek
I watched "Into the Wild" the story of a young man's journey to find happiness and himself. It is a disturbing story.
lucian0127
chrimson wrote:
The last movies i saw were,

You Dont Mess With The Zohan, which is a great comedy send up about the 911 outcome and how the arab community is having issues. Its starts Adam Sandler a counter terrorist becoming a hairdresser and falling in love with his new boss who has a background in the fight between the two countrys. it also has the main villion of Phanton who is one of the funniest villions in the world, which made for a great comedy and what i think was a successful movie.

Twilight, i went into the movie expecting something dark and it turned out to be more a romance story, while this is not normally my thing, i enjoyed the movie a lot and it has me hooked on the up and coming New Moon sequeal which should be great and a bit darker then first so it will be cool.

Both are good movies, if you have not seen them, go rent or buy and enjoy a good movie.


Agreed for Zohan i keeps laughing everytime i watch this movie all over again! Laughing
slashnburn99
Gladiator
JessieF
The last movie I saw was The Boondock Saints 2 while eating dinner at my step-brothers. Smile
michel_maia
My last movie was Couples Retreat

Is a good movie that talk about couples problems

it´s much funny too rsrsrsrsr

I Recommend

Smile
Bye
menino
mgeek wrote:
I watched "Into the Wild" the story of a young man's journey to find happiness and himself. It is a disturbing story.


Yes, disturbing story, but I loved the movie. If only the guy didn't mistake the plant, I think he would have survived and made it.
But I loved his free-spirit.
catscratches

The plot's been done many a times (perhaps not so much at that time, but whatever). Though this has to be one of the best takes on it.
supernova1987a
long topic. so many pages.

Killers is the last movie I saw. Not bad not good.
TurtleShell
Gosh, when was the last time I saw a movie? I think it's been a while. Possibly christmas, when I watched the latest star trek movie for the second time. My family tends not to watch movies... ANyway, it's a great flick:) Still love that scene with young Kirk and the Beastie Boys song.
rogue_skydragon
I saw Schindler's List for the very first time last night...such a long movie, but it's very beautifully photographed.
FunDa
Watched Twilight and New Moon
(The first and second movies of twilight)
Tastes differ, so I can't say if any particular person would like it or not, but it would be a good date movie.

The girl in twilight just keeps acting weird till it really annoys the heck out of you.
catscratches
The Banishment [Inzgnanie]

From the director of The Return [Vozvrashchenie].
tamilparks
SURA
guissmo
I recently watched Shrek. It had a few funny scenes but it wasn't HAHA funny. Well, at the very least it had morals and whatnot. :p

Prince of Persia was okay. It took care of the time-travelling thing very well. Special effects FTW!

I haven't watched Iron Man 2. Got too lazy to get myself to the cinemas during those days.
anakin_skyrunner
I watched a few movies the last few days:


I can recommend them all btw!
QrafTee
The last movie I saw was Killers... it wasn't that good, but it wasn't about the movie--it was about the company.

My friends went to watch A-Team without me... *sigh*
jigoku05
Clash of the Titans 2010
camperkid
Casa Blanca
chartcentral
The latest movie I was able to watch was The Twilight Saga: Eclipse last weekend. Smile
camperkid
Fight Club
one of the best I've seen this year!
catscratches

The master.
Denvis
I saw Reign over me staring Adam Sandler... I haven't seen a film in ages and to be honest, I didn't like it as much as I though I would... Kind of disappointing.
ankur209
Hmm....the Knight and Day Starring Tom cruise...!!

i loved d movie....!! Lovely one...!!
FunDa
Inception [2010]


Awesome !


Spoiler alert

Yet another Christopher Nolan movie , this time starring Leonardo Di Caprio.

The concept is mind-blowing as most of the movie takes place in dreams and the characters can build their dreams.

The entire first half of the movie wasn't quite exposition. There was a lot of it to handle, but they managed to come up with a thrilling conflict while still keeping the story moving at a quick pace.

The world was meant to feel closed and small. They were in a dream. They weren't in the real world the whole movie, and the dreamscape isn't necessarily infinite. Even limbo had its points where nothing was really there. Also if they filmed it on a backlot they would've had a lot of bad green screen effects, and Chris Nolan also enjoys shooting on location to keep his films grounded in reality.

The CGI was extremely impressive for what they had to work with. It was easily more convincing than most of the $200 million budgeted movies I had watched (this was made for between $160-$180 million)

Cobb's wife was easily the most complex character in the story, and easily drove the emotional core. Robert was another character that had many layers of depth to himself, and it came through with the performance. (I predict Oscar Noms for Marion Cotillard and Leo DiCaprio)

Nolan managed to explain the science of it all organically relating to the story and plot. They didnt have some "Rules Montage" or anything, things were discovered as they came along (like a dream, mentioned by Ellen Page earlier in the film).

The tension came from being sent to "limbo", because your fate was most likely insanity and then death, with Cobb's wife being an example of this.

The action scenes were on par with Bourne/Bond and I believe Nolan to be one of the best framers of action working right now.

Even if you hated the movie though, be glad it's going to well. Maybe hollywood will put more into original works that could turn out to be good.
brayanaustin
The last I saw was Dead Man's Chest. I felt it was a bit long, and Jonny Depp's performance was not as good as the first episode. IB exam coming, so you do not really have time to go well.
phantombr
The movie that I saw recently was Eclipse, from The Twilight Saga.

Maybe because I already read the book, is always the same impression: "Film it's more or less."

But one thing I have to admit, the saga continues doing very faithful to the book, and the few changes are always well justified, to contextualize some point in the book.

And another thing, this is the film with more action of the three so far.

I learned that the fourth book will be two movies, so hopefully overcomes the second of the last eclipse in the fight scenes.
catscratches
Had some of the mates over and watched Monty Python. It never gets old.
chartcentral
Just watched Legally Blondes, it had a simple plot but entertaining nonetheless. Smile
medesignz
I watched The Mask last night... It was good... I havent seen it in years
soljarag
the last movie i watched was Primer ..... I watched it right after I saw Inception....
Starrfoxx
My family and I have checked out from the library the complete saga of Rocky, so we've been watching a movie every night since Monday. Tonight, we'll be watching the final movie in the series, "Rocky Balboa".

It's interesting to watch the movies in order one after the other. You begin to really pick up on the characters and see how the story arc progresses. I've caught on to many "small things" in the story that I had missed many years ago when the movies first came out.

And tonight, none of us have seen the final movie, so it'll be a real treat.
Radar
Last movie was Pirates of the Caribbean, next movie... well I'd say possibly Inception, but there are odds that I'll watch another movie before then.
gandalfthegrey
"The Brick" (2005) staring Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Amazing movie! A film noir set at a high school.
FunDa
gandalfthegrey wrote:
"The Brick" (2005) staring Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Amazing movie! A film noir set at a high school.



Joseph Gordon-Levitt was brilliant in Inception. So was Leonardo di Caprio


I just finished watching Titanic (di Caprio version) He looks like a young boy in that and a serious man in Inception
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw is hindi comedy: Khatta Meetha(Sour Sweet) directed by Priyadarshan and acted by Akshaykumar and Trisha. The film revolves around a struggling road constructor, Sachin Tichkule (Akshay Kumar). He dreams big but there seems to be no chance of his dreams coming true as he doesn't have any money to bribe the bureaucracy. As Sachin stumbles from one disaster to another, the film brings to light the extent of corruption that's rampant in the system.
Its not a great movie but ok to for entertainment.
sudipbanerjee
I last saw a hindi movie Peepli Live directed by Anusha Rizvi (first movie) and produced by Amir Khan. It is a satire on farmer's suicide and media and political response around it. A watchable movie. Most of the actors have theater background and most of them are newcomer. Best among them are Raghuveer Yadav and Omkardas Manikpuri (first movie).
catscratches
Mumin och havet
Tove Jansson-documentary/interview. Nice little film for Tove Jansson-lovers. However, if you're not a Jansson-fan, you probably won't enjoy it much (and I doubt there are any english subtitles laying around).


No Country for Old Men

Visually astonishing with a nice atmosphere. Ok actor performances but with a lack of purpose. To make the villain a through-out evil psychopath without much other personality than simply "being evil" feels very cheap. The protagonist also feels illogical. Not for one second does he hesitate and think "Damn, I'm in a pretty bad situation. What if I never get to see my loved ones again?". It's the same monotonous, emotionless expressions and methodology that are more reminiscient of a machine than a human being.
Nice flick a friday evening but far from the masterpiece it is sometimes portrayed as.


Lyckantropen

Swedish indiefilm that surprises with its quality. The characters are well thought out and the actors do a great job (especially the little girl). Excellent visuals and audio (Ulver made the soundtrack) and with a dialouge that feels natural. It wants to do a few things in 28 minutes and sometimes it feels like certain scenes could have been more beautiful if they had been a tad longer. Apart from that, all I can really complain about is the ending which ruined the subtlety that was built up and maintained during the course of the movie. Recommended.
Denvis
Its been a while since I've seen a half decent film. I saw Undisputed III Redemption a few days ago. I don't know if it's all the horrid predecessors that made this particular film good... regardless, I thought it was interesting to say the least. It kept me on the edge of my seat (literally, I almost fell watching the film...) and I highly recommend watching it if there isn't anything else worthy of your time... 7/10 stars. Very Happy
catscratches

Really sets you in the right mood and puts you right there in the environment in a very immersive way. One could perhaps say atmospheric, but not in the usual sense of the word. The many clips with susake grass blowing in the wind are really beautiful and strengthen the atmosphere a lot. The story is rather interesting and with a bit of depth. However, the dialouge and acting are sub-par. Despite the sometimes very serious flaws in the acting and script department, I liked it. It has a definite charm to it, although no masterpiece.
It's sad to see the realism and environments that have largely been lost to CGI in similar contemporary movies. I doubt we'll be seeing any new Lawrence of Arabia very soon.
rogue_skydragon
I just re-watched Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. The acting in the prequel trilogy is honestly some of the worste I've seen ever, but the story and mythos is still very engrossing.
hersandal
I just watch Cars the movies, together with my son Vito. It's really a great movie because of the story and the graphics they made to the movie.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw is an old comedy: baby's day out. This 1994 comedy is a superhit movie. the story revolves around one days adventures of a kidnapped baby and his kidnappers. I saw this movie several times but still its entertain me a lot.
catscratches
^ Horrible, horrible movie. Thus I bring to all of ye, Mr. Plinkett's review.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw is a bengali one: Shukno Lanka directed by Gaurab Pandey. Cast include Mithun Chakraborty as a middle aged Junior Artist Chinu Nandi, Sabyasachi Chakraborty as Director Joysunder Sen, Angana Bose as Chinu's wife, Debasree Roy as Jaysunder's wife, Emma Garnett Brown as Isabela, a young European actress.
Story: Joysundar Sen is a popular award-winning film director. He meets Isabella in Berlin. They chance upon an anthology of short stories by filmmaker Ritwik Ghatak, one of which — Paraspathar (The Philosopher’s Stone) — begins to resonate in Sen’s mind. He decides that Paraspathar will be his next film. He casts Chinu Nandi, a middle-aged junior artiste who has survived in an unforgiving industry, in the lead role. Chinu’s humble stance on life slowly begins to rub off on those around him, withsurprising results. At the last minute the producer of Paraspathar decides to pull the disappearing act. What happens next is what Shukno Lanka is all about.
The movie's main usp is Mithun's acting.
medesignz
I saw Transformers for the second time at the weekend.

Made it all the way through this time. It wasnt really worth the wait.
FunDa
sudipbanerjee wrote:
The last movie I saw is an old comedy: baby's day out. This 1994 comedy is a superhit movie. the story revolves around one days adventures of a kidnapped baby and his kidnappers. I saw this movie several times but still its entertain me a lot.



Yeah ... I love that one. I watched it a long time ago and recently I saw that it was there on cable. I missed it, but will see it the next time I have a chance. That was a very funny movie.
sudipbanerjee
The last film I saw is a hindi movie: Dabangg. Main actors are Salman Khan, Arbaz Khan and Sonakshii Sinha. Arbaz is also the producer of the film. The film is a full entertainment. Salman' s character Inspector Chulbul Pandey crazes all the Public. The strong point of the movie is Salman's acting, Sonakshii's fresh look, Sajid-Wajid's music and stylish action. It already creates records in the box-office. Dabangg is a story of Chulbul Pandey, a totally fearless but corrupt police officer with unorthodox working methods.
catscratches

Decent film. Good potential brought down by some major flaws. First of all, general anime-flaws. People supposed to be 17 behave like 12-year olds at quite a few times. Squeeky voices. It lacks subtlety when showing emotion. The characters sometimes feel very stupid (the "end problem" had some obvious solutions that the character facing it just overlooked). The situations feel contrived at times.

Last, but certainly not least, instead of delving into the consequences and morals of time travel; it's mediocre high school drama.

Still, decent.
c'tair
Apocalypse Now

This is the second time I saw it. And I have to say - I've seen much more details now than the previous time I saw it. And I will say that it's one of the best movies ever made for me. I've also read Heart of Darkness, the book which was an inspiration for the movie and they both perfectly cover the essence - the dark side of human nature, human society, human psyche. Very powerful imagery, good actors. It's almost psychedelic in it's nature, it sucks you in like crazy.
dude_xyx
Watched new Robin Hood movie where Russell Crowe play as Robin Hood. Not bad but they have change the most parts of the legend.
medesignz
Can any of you guys recommend a film for me. I just get sent a LoveFILM voucher Smile
catscratches
medesignz wrote:
Can any of you guys recommend a film for me. I just get sent a LoveFILM voucher Smile
http://www.lovefilm.com/search/results/?query=Bela+Tarr
http://rateyourmusic.com/list/Chainsawkitten/favourite_movies
dude_xyx
Watched Predators. Pretty good than I had expected. I think its lot better than all predator movies came after the very first one.
phantombr
The Last movie I saw was Resident Evil: Apocalypse, and I'm with Resident Evil 3: Extinction in the drawer to attend next weekend. Because I want to watch Resident Evil: Extinction which is on display at the cinema and even in 3D.
dude_xyx
Watched Knight and Day. Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz. Watchable but not a great movie.
socceraggie
I just watched the movie 'Killers' with Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigle (sp?). I really enjoyed this movie. Don't expect a lot from the plot or try and over analyze anything, just sit back and enjoy the comedy and witty comments. If you wanted to dive deeper (which I doubt this movie intended), you could probably make some kind of parallel to marriage itself and how this couple portrayed in the movie represents all couples at some point in their life. Then with something positive happening to this couple, it changes the outlook on everything else in life, just like when something good (anything good) can turn things around for any couple.

Good movie. Definitely recommend it for a date or just a relaxing evening on the couch!
rogue_skydragon
I just watched "Clash of the Titans"...the 2010 version. Honestly, the storyline is so forced and manufactured that I almost wanted to vomit. It's got lots of great visual effects, but the story and dialogue just didn't feel natural. I know that it's a film that's based on old Greek mythology, but there could have been a better way to piece this story together. I really would have liked to see this thing split into two movies just to give the characters and story some time to breathe.
FunDa
rogue_skydragon wrote:
I just watched "Clash of the Titans"...the 2010 version. Honestly, the storyline is so forced and manufactured that I almost wanted to vomit. It's got lots of great visual effects, but the story and dialogue just didn't feel natural. I know that it's a film that's based on old Greek mythology, but there could have been a better way to piece this story together. I really would have liked to see this thing split into two movies just to give the characters and story some time to breathe.



Yeah .. I had watched the old version first. So although the visual effects were better in the new one, I felt the old one was a better movie in its own right.



That is the problem when remakes of old movies are made. They try to go overboard on the visual effects that they forget that the story is equally important !
metalfreek
Just watched Expandable. Its a nice movie with so many super stars at the same spot.

sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw is a bengali movie: Cha-e Chuti. The movie based on the life of bunch of TV actors as they enjoy a trip to a beach to unwind. Though they like the surf and sand but some strange things happened and unstable their relationship. It is Director Aniket Chattopadhyay's debut film. Cha-E-Chuti explores lesbian relationships, and boldly depicts intimacy between women including the famous kiss bewteen the characters of actress Locket Chatterjee and fresh face Dona. This is, of course, not the first attempt in Bengali cinema to try to address such a subject - Raima Sen and Mou had an affectionate, but perhaps not a full blown gay, relationship in Nil Nirjane (DVD), and director Q's Bish (2009) portrayed on-the-spurt lesbianism by girls gone wild on a night.
chartcentral
The last movie I've seen was Meet Dave on cable TV. It was a fun and entertaining film and I was surprised that it actually didn't do well at the cinemas at the time it was released. Smile
rjraaz
i have seen bollywood movie crook
menino
I saw Predators last night, and I enjoyed it a lot, although there were few quirks in it.

Like Lawrence fishburn's character was good, but he could have killed them with the weapons he got, instead of using smoke, and a few other quirks as well, but don't want to spoilt it for others at this time.
BuMe
The Last movie I was was "Dossier K." It's Albanian - Belgium Film about Albanian Mafia. I like this film because talk for Tradicional Albanians etcc
Lady Elensar
The Expendables Very Happy Very nice one! Cool
LostOverThere
Let Me In


Surprisingly, it ended up being absolutely fantastic.
hersandal
The last movie I saw was the Sorcerer's Apprentice, it was a good movie and I really like it. While watching the movie I realize that the one playing the apprentice is the same person played the voice from the movie How to train a dragon.... Is that right, actually I never research on that. I only thought about that...
TurtleShell
Most recent movie I saw was Waiting For Superman--the documentary about American public education. it was good but I went to a theater that had assigned seating and I ended up in the second row, which was terrible. Had I known the theater had assigned seating I would have gone someplace else...
dude_xyx
Watched Jonah Hex. It reminded me Will Smith's wild wild West Movie. Not great as I thought when I saw the Trailer but still enjoyable.
TurtleShell
jonah hex? what is that? is that recent?
FunDa
TurtleShell wrote:
jonah hex? what is that? is that recent?


Yeah. Just came out.

I was planning to see it after I saw the trailer.

Laughing
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw is a bengali classic: Agniswar acted by the great Uttamkumar. Director Aurobindo Mukherjee made this film from a short story of His elder brother Banaful. Agniswar is a Doctor of British period. The story revolves around his views, humanity, honesty, patriosim and many others. the main usp of the film is its music and acting of Uttamkumar
medesignz
i started watching Scanners last night, but it was on quite late. I shall try and get it on DVD, so I can re-enjoy the head explosion
daredninja
I just watched Inception last night! WOW what a movie... It really had me gripped from beginning to end.. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good movie for a change!
ribozon
resident evil afterlife
recked
I recently just watched scott pilgrim and it was quite interesting because it was a different movie then the others. Included cartoon effects to descrive the action and stuff which was really different. I also watched the social network which was awesome as well. I recommend to those who have afacebook to watch this movie to see how facebook was created.
cmhcjj
I saw jack ass too!
parcinfo
the last film that i saw is "Jackass 3D" a crazy film!
adri
Mirrors, it's Halloween after all. Very Happy I thought it was a pretty good movie, nice plot although I was always thinking that the name of the main actor was Jack Bauer. Razz

But a pretty good movie overall. Smile


adri
sudipbanerjee
The movie I last saw is a bengali Classic: Handa and Vonda starring Mithun Chakraborty. It is a reform version of Rabindranath Tagore's "Ichhapuran". It is a great comedy. Father becomes son internally and son becomes vice versa. All the Golmaal begin then. Great acting by Mithunda.
dude_xyx
Watched the movie called Edge of Darkness. It's a pretty movie. Mel Gibson play the role of a Police Detective whose daughter was shot dead right front of him.
metalfreek
12 Angry Man is the last movie I saw. Its a old movie but really good one.
hersandal
I am still looking for the cool movie to watch this time, still the Sorcerer and the Apprentice is the movie which the last I saw.
mgeek
I saw 2012 in HBO and wasn't impressed. The end of the world special effects wasn't even that good. And the story line? Didn't make an impact.
FunDa
I finally decided to watch "The Social Network".

That was a lot of new oinformation about facebook. Mark Zuchenberg apparently screwed his friends over to become the youngest billionaire.

And, atleast according to the movie, it all started because of a bad(?) breakup (which was mostly his fault) and in the end we see that he is still not over her ...

Is it based on true facts ? Well, Mark Zuchenberg will know ..
kitsrock
The last movie I saw at the theater was... Inception. It was goooood.

I've been pretty busy lately. However, I do sometimes pop in a dvd on weekends, and the last one I saw was Terminator Salvation.
recked
I just saw the movie "The American" which stars George Clooney. It was quite boring so if any of you run into this movie, do no waste your time on this as it involves some sorta romantic / ninja sorta feeling.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw is a hindi movie: Aakrosh directed by Priyadarshan. Priyadarshan is famous for his comic movies but Aakrosh is a totally serious film. Three college students disappear in a remote village dominated by caste politics. A CBI officer (Akshaye Khanna) and an army officer (Ajay Devgan), are sent to investigate the high profile case which has become a burning national issue. They discover it's a case of honour killing but must lock horns with the local opposition -- corrupt cops (mainly Paresh Rawal), goons and netas -- before they can hope for closure. Paresh Rawal's wife ex-girlfriend (Bipasa Basu) of Ajay helped them to solve the case.
The movie is not a totally entertainer but making makes it a good movie to see.
hersandal
The Last move I saw wasn't Air Bender heheh but it's Ben10, my son really likes Ben10 Cartoon so I have go to the mall and look for Ben10 the Movie, when I get back home my son which is just 3 years old already prepare the DVD player so when I arrive just need to slip the disc on the player so he can watch, that how excited he is. It's a cool movie also since I am watching together with my son my wife and other kids which are my nephew and nieces. Thank you. Next time i'll post the movie I will see on 3D.
miyustar
-Life as we know it
-The incite mill (Japanese movie)
-adele: rise of the mummy (french movie)
medesignz
Iron Man 2... I haven't seen Iron Man tho... It made sense still
dude_xyx
Watched this movie called " The American ". A movie for George Clooney fans.
FunDa
medesignz wrote:
Iron Man 2... I haven't seen Iron Man tho... It made sense still



The 3-d holographic design table was awesome !

I would love to have one of those. I would love to have an Iron man suit too Smile
catscratches

This movie had a bit of a soothing effect on me. Worth watching.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw is a romantic hindi comedy Golmaal 3. This the first trilogy in hindi cinema. The first two film of Rohit Shetty directed Golmaal series was Golmaal and Golmaal returns. The old cast are Ajay Devgan, Tushaar Kapoor, Arshad Warshi, Kareena Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade, Mukesh Tiwari, Sanjay Mishra. New members are Kunal Khemu, Johny Lever, Ratna Pathak Shah and Mithun Chakraborty. The movie become blockbuster in Indian market.
andysart380
The Last Air Bender

AND IT WAS AWESOME!!
dude_xyx
I watched " The Last Air Bender " too. I think its a good movie too. There will be a second movie soon.
miyustar
Just watched Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows IMAX digital version.

The movie is great - the sound effects are really wonderful and despite knowing that something will pop out, I think I jumped a little when the snake suddenly appeared. Though there were some scenes edited, the flow of the film is agreeable and I really cant wait for part 2!
vicar013
To be honest, Daybreakers, for the 3rd time... its ok. Vampires are getting tedious and it bugs me that no one ever gave a vampire echo location.... apart from Batman and he's not a vampire.
dude_xyx
Watched the new Robin Hood movie. Russell Crowe play starring as Robin Hood. Pretty different turn from original Robin Hood story.
miyustar
告白 Confessions - Japanese movie
Starring: Takako Matsu, Masaki Okada, Yoshino Kimura

Middle school teacher Yoko Moriguchi's (Takako Matsu) life comes crashing down after the murder of her 4 year old daughter by sone of her own students. An elaborate plan for revenge was carried out, including forcing students to drink HIV tainted milk, after sharing the death of her daughter to her students. The film shows how the youths can behave under the protection of the law and what they will do to seek their parents' lOve.

The movie was shown in a special way - exactly what the title suggests. As the truth of the murder is being revealed, the related people slowly shared their confessions with the audience. It is not your usual film with the classic head, body, climax and ending- rather it might be slow paced for some, but it is abled to make me ponder about various issues.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw was Akshay Kumar and Aishwarya Rai starrer hindi comedy Action Replay. It is a confused film of huswand wife relation, their son's fear to marriage, Time machine, 1970s etc. But this is not good film to watching.
FunDa
sudipbanerjee wrote:
The last movie I saw was Akshay Kumar and Aishwarya Rai starrer hindi comedy Action Replay. It is a confused film of huswand wife relation, their son's fear to marriage, Time machine, 1970s etc. But this is not good film to watching.


I agree that it was not a good film.


It had elements of "Back to The Future" in it.
Son goes back into the past and helps his dorky father in school to get his girl(the son's mother)


But the story and the execution atleast in the film half are very bad.

The storyline could have been improved a lot to make it a much better movie, but this one just made me go to sleep.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw is a Hrishikesh Mukherjee directed Hindi classic 'Golmaal'.
Ramprasad (Amol Palekar) is a recent college graduate who finds a job with a finicky man, Bhavani Shankar (Utpal Dutta), who believes that a man without a mustache is a man without a character. Bhavani Shankar is also against any of his employees indulging in recreation of any kind. When Ramprasad is caught by his boss at a soccer match, he has to invent a twin brother, the clean-shaven Laxman Prasad, to save his job. When Bhavani's daughter falls in love with the clean-shaven Laxman Prasad, and insists on marrying him, and Bhavani insists she should marry Ramprasad, things take a whacky turn. A fake mother and a hilarious chase are other enjoyable features involved in this comedy.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw a hindi comedy 'No Problem' directed by Anees Bazme. Anees Bazmee roped in some big stars like Anil Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt, Suniel Shetty, Paresh Rawal, Akshaye Khanna and Kangna Ranaut and then he forgot to give them proper characterization and script. As a result it becomes a bad comedy to watch.
cherry-pie
The last movie I saw was "Alvin and the Chipmunks 2", sooo cute *-*
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw a Bengali Crime movie: "Gorosthane Sabdhan" (Beware at Graveyard) of Feluda series. The story is written by the Great Author and Director Late Satyajit Roy and the film is directed by his son Sandip Roy. The story comprises of a half dug-up grave of Thomas Godwin, more than 150 years old in South Park Street Cemetary, which leads to the "Perigal Repeater", an antique pocket watch which was given to Thomas by the Nawab of Oudh, which at present is priced somewhere near US$16,500 (approximately INR 8 lakhs) according to Google search.
The main cast are Sabyasachi Chakraborty (Feluda), Saheb Bhattacharya (Topse), Bibhu Bhattacharya (Jatayu), Haradhon Bandyopadhyay (Sidhujetha), Subhasis Mukherjee (Girin, Main Villain).
Fantastic movie to watch.
catscratches
Körkarlen [The Phantom Carriage] (1921)

Amazing film! A must see for any fan of Bergman (which everyone should be). This was one of his prime influences, and understandably so. Great acting and a great adaption of Selma Lagerlöf's classic story.

The 2008 soundtrack by KTL (Sunn O)))) is awesome as well. It went a little while until I realised: "Wtf? Drone? From 1921?"
LostOverThere
I'm currently watching D.W. Griffiths 1915 epic, Birth of a Nation! Apart from the profound racism, the film is fascinating in regards to its story telling, and film artistry. It's not hard to see why this film became the textbook example for silent films to come.
FunDa
Watched Avatar once again. Watching it several times actually does make it less impressive than when I watched it the first few times.

Hope to see more 3d movies that are worth watching this new year.

Actually, never mind, I want to see Piranhas 3d once more. Hope there are a few 3d gimmicky movies to enjoy the fun too.
ralf
spider man 3 Cool
kacsababa
The Town - Ben Affleck could became an A class director, he is already really good.
rogue_skydragon
Black Swan, directed by Daren Aronofsky and starring Natalie Portman.

Truly tense, psychological drama executed with precision and poise by Portman's performance.
nigam
Harry Potter and the death of hallows was the last movie i saw...though, i am not that follower of harry potter movie, honestly, i don't understand what i am watching it Smile
engammalsko
The HitchHiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
It was a really funny movie Smile
catscratches
LostOverThere wrote:
I'm currently watching D.W. Griffiths 1915 epic, Birth of a Nation! Apart from the profound racism, the film is fascinating in regards to its story telling, and film artistry. It's not hard to see why this film became the textbook example for silent films to come.
For a bit of an ironic twist, watch Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages by the same director.
Denvis
vicar013 wrote:
To be honest, Daybreakers, for the 3rd time... its ok. Vampires are getting tedious and it bugs me that no one ever gave a vampire echo location.... apart from Batman and he's not a vampire.


the imaginative idea of vampires used in fictional stories has surely made films built, using that idea as their central theme tedious to sit through, but i don't see how vampires alone can 'become' tedious... it has always been tedious in my opinion................

I recently saw Guilliver's travels ... just another mediocre remake. regardless, i still enjoyed it but will never, ever see it again.
ms_j
huh The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. I only watched it cuz of Anjelica Huston. More precisely, I only skipped to her parts. I gave it a chance in the beginning, though, but....no, not my cup of tea.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw is 'Toonpur ka Superhero'. main cast are Ajay Devgan, Kajol and various 3d characters. Aditya Kumar (Ajay Devgn) is a film star but his kids consider him a fake hero who gets his stunts done by body doubles. However the toons from the toon-world believe that Aditya is a real superhero and the only person who can save their world from constant wars. So they kidnap him! Soon they figure out Aditya is only an actor and no good when it comes to real fighting. But Aditya takes up the challenge to prove to his kids that he can be a real hero too and goes about helping the 'Devtoons' - the good toons who are fighting the bad toons called 'Toonasurs's.
standready
Picked up "Green Zone" at the library yesterday. Glad I did not pay any money for it.
sudipbanerjee
The last film I saw 'Yamla Pagla Deewana'. Directed by Samir Karnik, Yamla Pagla Deewana is a fun-filled movie that will have the audience in splits. It is a film that is all about the Deol trio of Dharmendra, Sunny and Bobby who conjure up a great on-screen camaraderie to dish out a laugh riot. Great film.
FunDa
Watchmen



It's based on the comic book series "The Watchmen" about superheroes who live in the real world with all its problems and the people who question whether the "Watchmen" can be trusted to police themselves.


Who will watch the Watchmen - they ask.
menino
I saw this animated movie called Ultramarines.
It was not too bad - a lot of action and some gore, and it was alright actually. I think they might make a game out of it, because thats what it looked like in the beginning.

OK story.

If you like science fiction and you like action, then this is good for you. Smile
TurtleShell
this weekend, we watched both of the Brigit Jones Diary movies and 10 things I hate About You, and Notting Hill, and a movie with Julia Stiles dancing in it. It was, all in all, a very girly Sunday.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Egaro' (The Eleven) directed by Arun Ray with Ranadeep Bose, Hirak Das, Sankar Chakrabarty, Biswajit Chakrabarty, Biplab Bannerjee, Kharaj Mukherjee, Sunil Mukherjee, Gautam Halder, Bhaskar Bannerjee and others in the cast. It was the year 1911 and the day was July 29, the entire Bengal seemed to assemble in the Calcutta Football Club, Maidan to witness history on the making when eleven of the daring Bengalees were determined on humiliating the British rulers in their own ball game. Yes I’m talking of the historic IFA shield win of Mohun Bagan as they crushed the East Yorkshire regiments in the shield final held at Maidan on the fateful 29th July. The incident may have faded from the minds of many but thanks to Magic Hour Entertainment presentation of ‘Egaro’, the glorious days were once again evoked from the annals of India’s fight against the British Raj.

As a mohanbagan diehard fan the movie is the best movie for me.
medesignz
i need to watch more movies.... I feel the escapism would do me good
hersandal
I just want to share the last movie I saw last night on our own home theater system on my Mom's house, it the movie called the "Green Hornet" this movie is really funny, the character of the main star was funny, and also the side kick, you better watch it guys and it make you smile. Although it is not 10 when you rate it, but it's a good movies to watch.
catscratches

I have no idéa what's going on but I love it. Who would've thought surrealistic vampire-erotica would be so weird?

Should definitely check out more Czechoslovak New Wave.
medesignz
have been watching the back to the future trilogy these past few weeks.

Looks so dated, especially number 2
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Bye Bye Bangkok'. It is bengali picture directed by Aniket Chattopadhyay. It is an out and out comedy picture. The movie is very much refreshing.
Abhishukla
the last movie which I saw was :
Dil to Bachha hai ji..it is a (Bollywood) movie; and I should admit that it is a nice movie and I would like to ask all those people who have not yet watched this movie, then go and watch this movie:

This movie basically describes about the nature of women. its a worth watching movie...
menino
Last Movie I saw 2 days ago was 127 hours.

Directed by Danny Boyle, and starring James Franco, it tells the story of an independent prolife and adventurer, who travels the desert canyons alone camping and cycling there.... untill he gets into an accident, and no one is there to help him.

It is worth watching, but has gore in it, and some parts are really painful.
LostOverThere
menino wrote:
Last Movie I saw 2 days ago was 127 hours.

Directed by Danny Boyle, and starring James Franco, it tells the story of an independent prolife and adventurer, who travels the desert canyons alone camping and cycling there.... untill he gets into an accident, and no one is there to help him.

It is worth watching, but has gore in it, and some parts are really painful.

I saw this the other day as well! While I thought the story was a bit lacking (the flashbacks and hallucinations weren't at all interesting) it was beautifully filmed and edited. Anthony Dod Mantle and Enrique Chediak are very fine cinematographers.
catscratches
Went to the cinema with a friend and saw Des hommes et des dieux [Of Gods and Men]. Quite excellent film.
metalfreek
Last Movie I saw also happened to be 127 hours. This movie is ok but I have a feeling that it is not as good as I thought. The background of trapped person is not that defined at first and the main character is a bit isolated. Its more like watching "I am Legend" (Will Smith) where only person you see is will Smith and frankly it was a bit boring for the first half.

To sum up, 127 hours is a good movie but there is something missing. May be you guys could point out more accurately the missing part.
LostOverThere
metalfreek wrote:
Last Movie I saw also happened to be 127 hours. This movie is ok but I have a feeling that it is not as good as I thought. The background of trapped person is not that defined at first and the main character is a bit isolated.

Well, I think the whole idea is about how isolated he is. Not just his location but how he feels.
menino
LostOverThere wrote:
metalfreek wrote:
Last Movie I saw also happened to be 127 hours. This movie is ok but I have a feeling that it is not as good as I thought. The background of trapped person is not that defined at first and the main character is a bit isolated.

Well, I think the whole idea is about how isolated he is. Not just his location but how he feels.


True LostOverThere; It was about how and what he was feeling, and I think what made him really do what he did at the end, was because of the premonition he had of his future son and wife, and friends.
Although the movie had some gore in it, it is still a good movie to watch.
Fromt he looks of it, it seemed that it is based on a true story, which makes it more appealing.
engammalsko
menino wrote:
Last Movie I saw 2 days ago was 127 hours.

Directed by Danny Boyle, and starring James Franco, it tells the story of an independent prolife and adventurer, who travels the desert canyons alone camping and cycling there.... untill he gets into an accident, and no one is there to help him.

It is worth watching, but has gore in it, and some parts are really painful.


Yesterday, I was searching after some movies. And found that.
But I didn't know if it was worth watching or not. I think I'll see it tonight Smile
The_unnamed_label
I've seen Hereafter
it has Clint Eastwood quality of filming and such, but I guess the topic in itself makes the movie bit frustrating... there is surely no real good way to deal with it.
Good moment though!

(the little english boy made me cry...)
LostOverThere
The_unnamed_label wrote:
I've seen Hereafter
it has Clint Eastwood quality of filming and such, but I guess the topic in itself makes the movie bit frustrating... there is surely no real good way to deal with it.
Good moment though!

(the little english boy made me cry...)

Hmm, I've been meaning to see it, but the mediocre reviews have put me off. Sad
menino
Last night, I watched the movie - Ticking Clock; starring Cuba Gooding Junior.

It was an ok movie, but there were some anomalies in it.

One of them was the supposedly sloppy detective figuring out where Cuba gooding's character would be towards the end of the movie.

It was supposed to be a sci-fi movie, but could have been done much better, I think.

Probably worth watching once, just to pass the time; but preferable to watch it online, or torrentz than cinema.
Not worth the money to watch it in cinema or rent a dvd even, I think.
FunDa
Watched the Matrix Trilogy again



The first movie is so awesome that we can watch it several times.


But the second and third - not so great.

Maybe its because the first one is so good that whatever the second and third movies, do, they will not be good enough.



Terminator 2, on the other hand - is the best in the terminator series.


ANd Toy Story 3 - is as good or even better than Toy Story 1 and 2 - both of which are good movies.
dalethomas
I saw Avatar and Slumdog Millionare as my last of the watched films on theater
emanuel2
The last movie was Oldboy, very nice movie but also very disturbing (in many ways).

I think the next movie I am going to watch is The town. At least the movie poster is awsome Very Happy
dickyzin
Saw Sherlock Holmes.
The_unnamed_label
LostOverThere wrote:
The_unnamed_label wrote:
I've seen Hereafter
it has Clint Eastwood quality of filming and such, but I guess the topic in itself makes the movie bit frustrating... there is surely no real good way to deal with it.
Good moment though!

(the little english boy made me cry...)

Hmm, I've been meaning to see it, but the mediocre reviews have put me off. Sad


Yeah... Like I said the movie is good quality as a movie... I find Clint Eastwood is a great director really.. though the topic in itself was maybe a bad move.

I think you can really wait for it to be on TV... wouldnt make a real difference. Wink
The_unnamed_label
I've seen Paul yesterday night!!

I had a good time.
Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Jason Bateman are good... and I find the little role Sigourney Weaver took is well appropriate!
the movie is full of cliches and such but its always so funny and never crosses the line of good taste I found..
Family friendly too... Good one really!

The Alien is absolutely the kind of alien I wanna see knocking at my door if it had to happen!
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw "Patiala House." Patiala House is a 2011 Bollywood Hindi movie directed by Nikhil Advani with Rishi Kapoor, Akshay Kumar, Dimple Kapadia, Anushka Sharma in lead roles.
Not so good movie to see.
FunDa
Sherlock Holmes.

It was quite different from what I rad in the books, but I liked it very much. The action sequences were all so different and interesting.


Made me think differently about Sherlock Holmes
welshsteve
In the cinema or on TV? In the cinema it was "RED" - great film and thoroughly enjoyed it.

On TV it was "Kiss The Girls", an adaption of the James Patterson "Alex Cross" novel
emanuel2
wow, today I watched "The sunset limited" ( http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1510938/ ). Wow just pure acting. Astonishing! I have a friend which studies theology, and me as Bachelor (and ongoing master) of science, we have much discussions going in the same directions. Wow again just amazing...
cerx
Hmm, last movie i watched completly (from beginning to end) was Big Stan.
drunkenkoz
The last movie I saw was a horror named, "I spit on your grave." The movie is more of a scarring type movie than a actual horror. It's a recommended watch if you like those hardcore gruesome scenes that make you all queezy.

The movie is about a girl named Jennifer who moves away from the city into a small town located in a forest in hopes of completing her book. A couple of men lock her in a cabin and sexually harass her then she falls into a river. They think shes dead, but they couldn't find the body. Through out the movie she kills off the men one by one twisting the words that they said to her and using it to kill them. At the end of the movie she fully avenges herself and walks off into the distance.
medesignz
I saw batman begins for the first time... Its weird cos I saw the Dark Knight 'kin years ago!
FunDa
George of the Jungle.



Comedy movie with a narrator.

I just love the narrator's jokes in George of the Jungle.


Another movie I watched was Assassination of a High School President.

In that too, there is a narrating voice. But that is the main character of the story himself.
Interesting high school movie.

No assasination or violence takes place. Mostly its about a nosy investigative school newspaper journalist ....
dapopeyoh
The last movie I saw was Outlander. It's about a guy who crashed into an unknown land with a vicious animal..... It's quite interesting.
ankur209
Its Blue Valentine !! Smile
lightwate
Mine was 127 hours.

I was hoping to watch something that will cheer me up and inspire me to live life and all. I did get what i hoped for, but it's not as inspiring as i had hoped. lol
ms_j
At the risk of getting banned or slaughter Laughing - Burlesque. Watched it cuz of Cher, but Christina, to my surprise, was not bad. Overall, the movie is more than watchable.
menino
Due date was really funny.
Zach Gallafanakis was funny, and so was Robert Downey Jr.

A must watch for good comedy.
sudipbanerjee
The last film I saw is a bengali film 'Patalghar'. It is a science comedy fiction directed by Abhijit Chowdhury. Great film to see
jerrylewis
I have watched Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark.It is a horror and thriller movie.I enjoy the little story very much.
A young girl sent to live with her father and his new girlfriend discovers creatures in her new home who want to claim her as one of their own.
dude_xyx
I watched Season of the Witch. Decent movie I think.
cybersa
Sucker Punch.
But I don't like it.
FunDa
cybersa wrote:
Sucker Punch.
But I don't like it.


The trailers for Sucker Punch looked awesome.

I was planning on watching it this weekend, but couldn't go finally. May not go for it now, let me see what other good movies have been released.
eday2010
Disney's Tangled. It was quite fantastic.
LostOverThere
I saw Limitless recently. The concept is...beyond ridiculous (a pill that allows you to use 5 times the amount of your brain, making you incredibly smart and what not) yet is very intriguing. Obviously, it's completely implausible yet it's executed quite nicely. It's not a terrific film, but a solid one nonetheless.
ayour
Last movie i saw is "Limbi 8 Giga" it's an egyptian movie who tells the story of poor guy who wants to make money fastly a doctor installed a memory card on his hand so he can revise and save files easily, he saved the whole law texts and he become a lawyer, but at the end he had a problem with viruses Smile
ankur209
Last night i saw - A lot like love

Ok Ok Movie !! I din't find it very good !! Crying or Very sad
medesignz
Dumb and Dumber... I have the DVD and it stops after an hour of play... I need a new copy I think :S
Fake
ms_j wrote:
At the risk of getting banned or slaughter Laughing - Burlesque. Watched it cuz of Cher, but Christina, to my surprise, was not bad. Overall, the movie is more than watchable.

Rolling Eyes

why!!!
FunDa
eday2010 wrote:
Disney's Tangled. It was quite fantastic.



Yes, Tangled was quite nice. I usually feel all Pixar movies are much better, but this was quite good too.


Hope Disney makes more good movies with good stories instead of just having the characters smile so so much Very Happy Very Happy Smile Smile Very Happy Very Happy Surprised Surprised Smile
justinau
Last movie I saw was Shortbus I would recommened this movie to everyone
its an old movie you can find it on internet
chartcentral
The latest two movies I watched were Tangled and Gulliver's Travels. Smile
Cheeldash
The blues brothers. Someone put the dvd and i end watching it.
cybersa
@FunDa
Yeah man,That only make to watch.

Last movie:
Rio

Really very nice movie.
I liked it very much.
ms_j
"How Do You Know" Since I adore Jack Nicholson, it saddens me to say that IT REALLY SUCKS!. Really, it's awful!
adri
Sucker Punch. Wasn't too bad because of the five girls Razz


adri
dude_xyx
Watched S.W.A.T , the new movie. It's a okey movie.
welshsteve
In the cinema it was RED. On TV it was Scary Movie LOL
psychomonkey
The Shinjuku Incident and Police Story II whit Jackie Chan
motomoto
just watched The Rite, Anthony Hopkins latest film..
FunDa
sharma07 wrote:
I saw Last Movie Rio. This is very Nice Movie. I really Full Enjoyed to Watch this Movie. This Is Very Interesting Movie . i am very happy to saw this movie. My all friend liked this movie.......

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I hope Rio is good.

When Madagascar first came ut, I was wondering if it would be good at all. It seemed silly to have an animation movie with a place as the name.

Usually it is the name of the character like Wall-E or Shrek or some appealing name to children like A Bug'z Life or Toy Story.


Same with Rio. I hope to see it this weekend
menino
dude_xyx wrote:
I watched Season of the Witch. Decent movie I think.


I also just saw Season of the witch, 2 days ago, and found it quite enjoyable to watch.
Starring good actors, but only the graphics could do a little more work, but still enjoyable.
It stars Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman, and Robert Sheehan from the series Misfits.

Overall, the movie shows about the crusades in the 14th Century, as well as lets the viewer think about the Black Plague which had infested those times, which came without warning and left mysteriously as well.
xevo
Hot Fuzz - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0425112/
great, crazy comedy... well, I'm not sure if comedy is the right word... action comedy?...
anyway, I can't believe I've never heard about this movie before.
menino
xevo wrote:
Hot Fuzz - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0425112/
great, crazy comedy... well, I'm not sure if comedy is the right word... action comedy?...
anyway, I can't believe I've never heard about this movie before.


Yeah - this is one funny and crazy movie - I loved it after I saw it also.
really funny. But I also don't know why its not that popular, or mentioned outside.
menino
The way back (2010) - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1023114/

This is a very interesting movie about the escape of some men from a gulag camp in Russia, which were the cause of the war in Poland because of Stalin and Hitler at the time, somewhere in the late 1930's.

Each of the men have a different characteristic about them, and their journey from the escape camp in Siberia through China, Tibet and more.

This is based on true events, and is amazingly seen in this movie.
Some of the photography is really cool, as well as the direction, and the acting as well.
FunDa
Bicentennial Mna.

A pretty decent movie with a robot who wants to be a human.


Similar movies include AI and Pinocchio
medesignz
Spider Man followed by Spider Man 2,

and then 007: Live and Let Die Very Happy
drunkenkoz
The last movie I saw was Sucker Punch and I thought it was absolutely horrible. The movie was confusing in many ways, but I understood a lot of it for the most part. They could of done a lot more with the storyline in general, but it just didn't seem to appeal to me or any of my friends.
LostOverThere
drunkenkoz wrote:
The last movie I saw was Sucker Punch and I thought it was absolutely horrible. The movie was confusing in many ways, but I understood a lot of it for the most part. They could of done a lot more with the storyline in general, but it just didn't seem to appeal to me or any of my friends.

You're certainly not alone with that!

The other day I finally got around to seeing Howard Hawks' fantastic 1944 film, To Have and Have Not, starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. An absolute masterpiece, and Lauren Bacall's fantastic debut. I find it really cool that Lauren Bacall is still alive too!

I recently bought Man with a Movie Camera on DVD, so I'm looking forward to seeing that again too! Gotta love me some Dziga Vertov! Laughing
FunDa
Mrs Doubtfire.



It is Robin Williams in a woman's disguise.

There were a few remakes in India - atleast one in Tamil and one in Hindi.Probabky a few more in other regional languages.

But this one was still good to watch even after I watched both the Tamil and Hindi versions first Laughing
portoskt
thor... i just saw that movie two days ago, and i liked it... funny and non-bored ... i can recommend it to anyone, guys
menino
The last movie I saw the day before yesterday was "Amazing grace".
Its the story set in the early 19th century about a british politician who fought to abolish the slave trade with which they mentioned that the British Empire was standing on at the time.
It showed how many slaves had died from it, and the long fight to abolish it.
Pretty decent movie.
It also shows from where the song "Amazing grace" was derived from.

Some might find it boring, but I found it quite nice. There's no action - mainly drama.
JonathanCharles
The last movie that i saw was:- Source Code

It is an action thriller movie centered on a soldier who wakes up in the body of an unknown man and discovers he's part of a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train.
I rate this movie 9/10
mendis
The last movie which i saw was the harry potter and it was my most favorite movie and the costumes which they worn in that movie was really incredible.And I'm planning to purchase the costume "Voldemort Adult"(dressycostumes.com) which is my most favorite costume.ThankYou
medesignz
Has anyone seen all of the fast and furious franchise?
FunDa
JonathanCharles wrote:
The last movie that i saw was:- Source Code

It is an action thriller movie centered on a soldier who wakes up in the body of an unknown man and discovers he's part of a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train.
I rate this movie 9/10


Why is it called "Source Code"

I would have guessed it was about computer programming and its source code. Confused Confused Confused



Was there any programming involved in the plot ?
dude_xyx
I watched " She's Out of My League ". Must be a romantic comedy. Romantic part is okey but nothing much can tell about comedy part.
mark520
I watched Caroline the second times yesterday,I admire the film mostly because it is good to look at. Selick is as unconventional in his imagery as Gaiman is in his writing, and this is a movie for people who know and care about drawing, caricature, grotesquerie and the far shores of storytelling. In short, you might care little about a fantasy, little indeed about this story, and still admire the artistry of it all, including an insidious score by Bruno Coulais, which doesn't pound at us like many horror scores, but gets under our psychic fingernails.
medesignz
Yes, I admit it... I watched The Mask Razz
k_s_baskar
I know no one is going to see my post in this topic. ppl posting in this topic are just trying to get some points that's all.
Anyway i saw a tamil movie called "Vaanam" (Sky) which is based on real story.
gueda
My father said to watch the count of monte cristo, so I watched. It is a really good movie.

The original title is Le Comte de Monte-Cristo (french)
LostOverThere
FunDa wrote:
JonathanCharles wrote:
The last movie that i saw was:- Source Code

It is an action thriller movie centered on a soldier who wakes up in the body of an unknown man and discovers he's part of a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train.
I rate this movie 9/10


Why is it called "Source Code"

I would have guessed it was about computer programming and its source code. Confused Confused Confused



Was there any programming involved in the plot ?

In the film, the Source Code is a project which allows someone to relive the last 8 minutes of someones life. It's basically a time-loop film. I saw it the other day and thought it was fantastic even if the ending came close to falling under the weight of the film's own mechanics.

Yesterday I saw Akira Kurosawa's 1950 film, Rashomon, which was absolutely incredible. Yeah, it's very overacted, but still a brilliant cinematic achievement regardless. I encourage everyone to check it out!
FunDa
LostOverThere wrote:
FunDa wrote:
JonathanCharles wrote:
The last movie that i saw was:- Source Code

It is an action thriller movie centered on a soldier who wakes up in the body of an unknown man and discovers he's part of a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train.
I rate this movie 9/10


Why is it called "Source Code"

I would have guessed it was about computer programming and its source code. Confused Confused Confused



Was there any programming involved in the plot ?

In the film, the Source Code is a project which allows someone to relive the last 8 minutes of someones life. It's basically a time-loop film. I saw it the other day and thought it was fantastic even if the ending came close to falling under the weight of the film's own mechanics.

Yesterday I saw Akira Kurosawa's 1950 film, Rashomon, which was absolutely incredible. Yeah, it's very overacted, but still a brilliant cinematic achievement regardless. I encourage everyone to check it out!



Yes, that plot sounds cool. I will definitely watch it when I get the time.


Akira Kurosawa was recommended to me by many friends but I have not yet seen a complete movie of his. I was shown the different camera techniques he uses to sweep acorss the landscape, and I think he was pretty great in doing all that stuff.
The_unnamed_label
did anyone see HANNA? with Eric Bana and Cate Blanchett? is it worth is?
cybersa
Fast & Furious 5 Fast Five.
Very nice action movie.
My rating 8/10.
barbera123
source code and pirates of Caribbean are my recent watched movies....
rogue_skydragon
I just saw Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, and I must say, it's quite the adventure. It doesn't feel like at all like the last 2 movies. Without ol' Davy Jones, Calypso, Will Turner, and Elizabeth, this new movie feels fresh, exciting, and like a true blue pirate movie. It's a back-to-basics thrill ride that aims to entertain!
deanhills
I saw an older movie tonight with Wesley Snipes - the Contractor. I really like these type of assassin movies. Wish he could have done more of those. Lena Headey of the Termnator Sarah Connor Chronicles fame is in the movie as well.
LostOverThere
FunDa wrote:
Akira Kurosawa was recommended to me by many friends but I have not yet seen a complete movie of his. I was shown the different camera techniques he uses to sweep acorss the landscape, and I think he was pretty great in doing all that stuff.

Kurosawa is a very interesting film-maker, and while I admit I haven't seen many of his films, he's no doubt an exceptionally important one too. Some of the most memorable films ever made have been inspired by his works. For instance, George Lucas was inspired to make Star Wars after seeing Kurosawa's The Hidden Fortress!
The_unnamed_label
I saw HANNA... good one!
Flakky
I saw Star Wars 1 and 2 this weekend. A friend of me are really fond of this movie yet the last time we saw the movies we were still kids. As new adults we decided to watch all the movies again as we lacked the intelligence to really understand the political motives happening in the film. We'll watch the last 4 movies soon.
catscratches
Last Year at Marienbad [L' année dernière à Marienbad]

Mystery / Surrealism / Romance?

Quite excellent. It was supposed to be creepy... right?
catscratches
I've heard my brother describe that one for me. Sounds utterly ridiculous.

Edit: How the heck did my post get up here? I was responding to 'bravodwayne', which for some reason is now below me!
dude_xyx
I watched " Backup Plan" and "Unknown".

The movie Unkown is very good IMO. Little bit like " The Bourne Identity " But not in same way.
sudipbanerjee
the last movie I saw is a bengali comedy 'Bye Bye Bangkok'. The film is directed by Aniket Chattopadhyay and main star casts are Rudranil, Swastika, Suman, Locket, Kharaj, Kanchan, Rajatava, Shilajit and many others.
tomisme
Mine was The Hangover 2 and it was really hilarious. Smile
I just have one concern about a distorted perspective of the Buddhist monk and Buddhism in Thailand. The rest is fun for me.
The_unnamed_label
I've just seen Seven Pounds.... its so sad... crazy.
deanhills
I just saw "The mask of zorro" ..... AGAIN .... and must say I really like Anthony Hopkins in the role of Zorro. Banderas is also very good of course, but Anthony Hopkins' strut is just the right one for the Zorro I have in my own mind. I like the tongue in the twist scenes as well with Banderas learning to be Zorro and his dialogue with his horse. A great movie and probably a classic by now. Very Happy
celebi269
I had Pirates of the Caribbean - On Stranger Tides. It's a good movie.
JimWelch
Titanic 2 was the last movie i saw
LostOverThere
Last week I saw Super 8 at an advanced screening, before it's official release. A wonderful film that's reminiscent of early Spielberg classics. See it! Smile
adri
Lord Of The Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring was on tv yesterday, so I watched it. Smile



adri
FunDa
Kung Fu Panda 2 is simply awesome


Mre awesome than Kung Fu Panda 1, which is also a great animation movie

If you are a fan of animation movies, you should definitely watch this in 3d in theatre !!!
GoldenEagle
The last movie I saw was the the Resident Evil movie. I forget exactly what the subtitle was, but it had a big zombie man with a strange axe hammer. Freaky!
sudipbanerjee
After a long day I have saw a complete movie. It is a old movie and my favourite: Disco Dancer. The movie is famous for its main Actor Mithun Chakraborty's dancing and acting and Music Director Bappi Lahiri's Disco music. This is the first Disco based movie in India. This movie makes Mithun Superstar of India in a day.
LostOverThere
GoldenEagle wrote:
The last movie I saw was the the Resident Evil movie. I forget exactly what the subtitle was, but it had a big zombie man with a strange axe hammer. Freaky!

So...all of them? Wink
silverdown
The last movie I saw was, Drive Angry, was pretty awesome to me. Thats is because I am a Nicholas Cage fan Very Happy Exclamation
adri
I normally don't watch a lot of films but yesterday, it was Lord of the Rings - The Two Towers on tv. So yeah, I watched it. I've seen the movie multiple times but I still like it although I know how it will go. Smile You just gotta love those sentences like "My Precious", "Run you, fools" and the schizophrenia of Gollem/Smaegol is also really well made. Smile


Next week, they broadcast the third movie (last week, it was the first one). I should really go and read those books. Smile



adri
celebi269
I just watched "My Life in Ruins". I forgot the name of the main actress, but I think it's a good movie.
mgeek
I saw Avatar on cable. I liked it.
menino
I just saw this movie yesterday, and found it really funny.
Some of the jokes and acting in it are really funny.

If you liked The Hangover, you will definitely like Hall pass.
nepalstar
I've recently saw the hindi movie called "READY" I just loved the movie!!! A full of fun masala movie with all the actors doing their role well. Salman Khan is back and his fans get what they want. In the movies like this movie we can't expect any story line but pure entertainment. The main thing is If you are Salman Khan's fan then you guys gonna have lot of fun because Salaman has ROCKED in this movie. Its evident with the box office collection already beating his own record for opening day.
mukesh
Daband hindi movie
FunDa
mukesh wrote:
Daband hindi movie



Dabangg ?
That's a Salman Khan starrer where he plays a rogue cop ..


Awesome action+fun movie. Loved it Laughing Laughing Laughing
gh0strec0n_legit
Jackass 2.5
pirate
simple, the last film i saw was the day after tomorrow, and i loved it just as much as the first time
medesignz
I have recently become a member of loveFILM so have dedicated some time to actually sit back and watch some films...

My last three films I rented were:
- Jackass 3
- The Social Network
- Due Date

I think the social network is a great film.
The_unnamed_label
The last movie I've seen in theaters was Bridesmaids, was recommended by a famous friend! and I found it was hilarious a some points... I cried, from laughing!!
The_unnamed_label
I just watched a movie from 2008... Mirrors, with kiefer sutherland.. I think its pretty good and yet random.. definitely not to buy!!


Also last week I've watched "The Killer Inside Me" with Casey Affleck... its different, but I think its a movie to see. Wink
TimCadman
last movie i saw was Fast n Furious 5
deanhills
I saw a rerun of a "Few Good Men" with Tom Cruise, Demi Moore and Jack Nicholson last night. Wow! Was that ever a good movie. Jack Nicholson was at his best acting wise. The facial expressions, the body language, all of the acting, this guy really is one of the most talented actors ever. Tom Cruise was also just right for his role. Oh yes, and there was also Kevn Baker. Great cast, great production, great movie. Very Happy
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Buddha hoga tera baap starring Amitavh Bacchan, Hema Malini, Sonu Sood, Ravina Tandon, Prakash Raaj, Makrand Deshpande. Bad movie to watch
rogue_skydragon
Just saw "The Tree of Life" by Terrence Malick. An absolutely gorgeous film with an existential message.
nigam
i think the last movie I saw was the harry potter (2nd to the last part)forgot the title....until now, i haven't watched movie again because of my busy schedule....
Josso
cell 211
morgen
13 assassins
god's puzzle
big man japan
symbol
the limits of control
LostOverThere
rogue_skydragon wrote:
Just saw "The Tree of Life" by Terrence Malick. An absolutely gorgeous film with an existential message.

Great to hear other people saw Tree of Life too! Terrence Malick certainly did a great job, although I personally feel the Sean Penn character was useless.
chartcentral
Yesteday watched the final movie in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. Smile
Hello_World
I saw Super 8 tonight... great movie!
or4u
MY LAST MOVIE WAS TRANSFORMERS 3 IN 3D
IT'S GOOD MOVIE I LIKE HIM
portoskt
i just saw x men, and unknown, both are nice movies, first one good way to spend time, second one is one of best movies this year, i think
davidv
I saw drive angry starring nicolas cage (well... 5mins of it anyway) right after watching season of the witch. Let's just say one nicolas cage film a day is beyond more than enough. If anything, it's 1 too many. Laughing
soniat
Killer Klowns from Outer Space
gueda
The last movie I saw was "Source Code" (imdb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0945513/ )


Quote:
An action thriller centered on a soldier who wakes up in the body of an unknown man and discovers he's part of a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train.
McMiller43
It was changeling.
gh0stface
The most recent movie I watched was the Adjustment Bureau. I was expecting for a different ending after hearing people talk about it. But the ending itself was fitting for a Hollywood story.

I'd give it a 7/10.
FunDa
soniat wrote:
Killer Klowns from Outer Space


Laughing

Killer Klowns ? I am guessing it was a Klassic Komedy !

I watched Plan 9 from Outer Space Recently.

Unbelievably ridiculously bad movie, but once you know that, it's a fun movie to laugh at.
pirate
The last movie that i saw was, adam sandler - just go with it, Very good film and i would recommend for anyone to watch.
MattWarren
It was Children of men.
Insanity
Harry Potter was the last movie I saw and it was awesome.
metalfreek
The last movie I saw as The Shawshank Redemption

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111161/

Very good movie.
brianj
beastly, then Step Up 3D for the second time... nice!
gueda
The last movie I saw was "Madeo" (Mother).

Quote:
A mother desperately searches for the killer that framed her son for their horrific murder.


IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1216496/
Chemier
I saw Blitz with drop dead gorgeous Jason Statham and I absolutely loved it. The movie is great and I recommend it to everyone! Razz
ankur209
Awake Cool
dude_xyx
Watched Tangled, the Disney movie. A nice movie.
drummer
I saw Harry Potter 7 part2 last weekend and it was WONDERFUL!!!!!
The_unnamed_label
I've seen Horrible Bosses! and I found it very funny!! good time
The_unnamed_label
Last night I watched "The book of Eli"... and maybe its me but I think its only another post apocalyptic movie... One man is walking... he has a mission, bad people are on his way... blah blah... at the end he changes the destiny of this new world to rebuild and the GOOD wins....

when I think of it I'm surprised its not starring Kevin Costner? since he already did it twice... waterworld and postman.... oh well..

Found it boring....
The_unnamed_label
Also.... I've been Notebooked... 3 times over the last few days!!
very sweet and romantic movie!!
I give it 5 awww on a scale from 0 to awww!

The Notebook, with Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams

On the DVD cover some critic says "the most romantic movie since Titanic" & "!heart-wrenchingly romantic"
I think its far better than Titanic!!
socials
The last movie I saw was Mr Popper Penguins. Planning to see Rio Movie. And then some other ones, that are really good.
portoskt
i just watched IRONCLAD, not perfect, but nice and interesting historic movie
emanuel2
after finishing the Games of Thrones series I saw the movie Hall Pass. It had some really funny moments but it is not the best movie.
LostOverThere
emanuel2 wrote:
after finishing the Games of Thrones series I saw the movie Hall Pass. It had some really funny moments but it is not the best movie.

From what I hear, nothing is really all that great after seeing Games of Thrones... Wink
abepollin
Prince of Persia and Uninvited were the last movies i saw this week
deanhills
Chronicles of Riddick. I saw it on TV. An excellent movie.
RichardBrooks
Mr. And Mrs. Smith was my last one Movie was good combination of action and comedy.
Josso
Bronson
Coleman64
My last one was HereAfter.
medesignz
The last movie I saw, or last remember I saw was Due Date from my rental club LOVEFilm.

It was OK, about 3* I guess...

Some very funny moments in it, but it was a touch cartoony to be taken as serious as the message was trying to get across
AndrewJones
It was Ramona and Beezus
Ntham
It was Captain America.
cybersa
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2.
rogue_skydragon
I just saw "Spider-Man 3". God, what a terrible movie.
catscratches
Caught Captain Sky and the World of Tomorrow on television on vacation with nothing else to do at the moment. Absolutely terrible. Tries to mimic past adventure movies (ignoring that adventure movies tend to be shit) except done pretty much entirely in CGI.
LostOverThere
Saw Animal Kingdom over the weekend. Very impressive film, it is, despite the somewhat lacklustre ending.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Ready' directed by Aness Bazme and starring by Salman Khan, Asin & Paresh Rawal. This is the biggest blockbluster of the year 2011. Fully entertainer. Salman is rocking
Hello_World
I saw Red Dog last night.

I'd say, wait until it is on TV.

I'm usually a big fan of Australian movies. I love them. But not this one.

Look, it was sweet. Amazing cinematography, something you can be sure of in any outback film. But... it just didn't mesh well. Something was missing.

it is hard to put your finger on, I think it was lacking character development.

The main character waltzed into town (took a job as a bus driver) told the whole town off, got the dog, got the girl, and became part of a small town, all just at the click of your fingers. I mean, literally - he said, red dog, come and the dog came. He asked the girl out the first time he meets her. I'm sorry? How can I like that guy? It wasn't believable, there was nothing so special about this guy that he is capable of this...

It wasn't his fault. He did the best he could given the poor script.

The jokes were mostly flat, it dragged on... it could have been a beautiful story about a dog and a town...

The scenery, and the dog, stole the show.
DavidRojas
It was "The Hole" 2001 version.
The_unnamed_label
I just saw "a Bug's life"... old one... but it's still so cute and refreshing!! doesnt age really!
The_unnamed_label
Has anyone seen the Devil's Double? is it worth it??
Ntham
Rise of the Planet of the Apes, great movie.
steven83
My last one was drive angry.
sudipbanerjee
The last film I saw 'Egaro'. This is the film of winning IFA Shield by Mohanbagan as the first Indian Team in Year 1911. A time when Britishers were ruling the country with batons and brickbats. A time when war was raging, both off the field and on it. While revolutionaries wholeheartedly committed themselves to the downfall of the British Raj, a team of 11, (Egaro) were ruthless in training themselves to crush the pride of the 'sada chamra' on the field. " Egaro", in short, tells the story of these 11 Mohun Bagan boys, who went on to defeat the East Yorkshire Regiment.

As a Mohanbagan die hard fan I am emotional to see this film.
nigam
rise of the planet apes is the last movie i saw....it is such a great movie....
BrittDavis
It was "Don't be afraid of Dark."
KyleFoster
last night i was watching "See no Evil"
ankur209
Top Gun starring tom cruise ! Laughing
The_unnamed_label
Trainspotting - again!
celebi269
Yesterday, we just watched an indie film from the Philippines.
"Chassis" is simply brilliant. It's directed by Adolfo Alix Jr.
What I love about this movie is the ending, it's a shocker.

The film discusses the poverty and prostitution rampant here in our country.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw : 'Golmaal 3'. This is the third movie of Rohit Shetty's Golmaal series. I saw this movie before also. but I like this comedy to see for several times. A great work of comedy by Mithun Chakraborty, Ajay Devgan, Kareena Kapoor, Arshad Warsi, Tusaar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade, Kunal khemu, Johny Lever and many others.
MichaelPerkins
My last one was Hostel.
portoskt
new pirates of caribian... booooring, i have fall in sleep after 20 minutes of movie
alvarorojas4
Mon meilleur ami.
It's a good film, Isn't a big film but is nice
nepalstar
sudipbanerjee wrote:
The last movie I saw : 'Golmaal 3'. This is the third movie of Rohit Shetty's Golmaal series. I saw this movie before also. but I like this comedy to see for several times. A great work of comedy by Mithun Chakraborty, Ajay Devgan, Kareena Kapoor, Arshad Warsi, Tusaar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade, Kunal khemu, Johny Lever and many others.
Yes this is really nice comedy film but that's not so comedy as the previous Golmaal 1 & Golmaal 2. I love Golmaal 1 most but any way this is good comedy movie.
asnani04
I saw Aarakshan. truly sensational movie. Had the proper ups and downs, and the protagonist exhibited characters like persistence, sincerity, faith, and above all, perseverance and the will to succeed. I really loved the movie and the message that it gave. Truly the game0changer! Smile
Radar
portoskt wrote:
new pirates of caribian... booooring, i have fall in sleep after 20 minutes of movie


I think I'm afraid of something like this. I may be avoiding it for this reason, among others.
dude_xyx
Pirates of Caribbean : On stranger tides. I don't think this movie is good at first 3 movies. Might be the last movie of this series.
FunDa
Was not watching any movies for a long time, then watched a 3 d movie.

3 d was not as good as I hoped it would be, but the movie was full of non stop action - Transformers 3.


It was good to watch once for 2 hours of mindless fun watching shapeshifting Robots fighting and shooting down everrything.


Kung Fu Panda 2 was great and the 3 d made it even more awesomer.

Jack Black is the perfect voice for a funny, fat, Panda - just perfect
LostOverThere
dude_xyx wrote:
Pirates of Caribbean : On stranger tides. I don't think this movie is good at first 3 movies. Might be the last movie of this series.

I didn't see it, but that's disappointing, considering the second and third films were awful.
Navigator
Hall Pass was the last movie I saw, I thought it was very edgy for a Farrelly Bros movie, but I guess they are adapting to the new way of making comedy involving full frontal male nudity and super disgusting sketches. Aside from that, you can say that the Farrelly's have mature somewhat as the movie wasn't as awful as other recent comedies as The Hangover 2 or Due Date.
The_unnamed_label
I've seen Cowboys and Aliens...

I really don't know about that one.... won't watch it again
The_unnamed_label
I watched Full Metal Jacket last night.

Seen it so many times that I don't count anymore... it's a classic, I recommend.. never get tired of it Smile
ExMachina
Watched the Star Wars marathon weekend on Spike...so Return of the Jedi was the last movie I saw. Very Happy

Kind of silly that I watched them all through commercials and everything since I own them on DVD. Rolling Eyes
SteveMays
It was Thor. Movie was very good.
Deferment
Five minutes ago i saw Fast Five Razz
cresvale
too much. don't know what to say.
rogue_skydragon
I just watched "Warrior" starring Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton. It's got a lot of heart, but the way the story was told just was missing something. I probably would have enjoyed it more if I were a fan of MMA and UFC.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw : 'Bodyguard' starring Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor. This is recent blockbuster film of Salman. The film is an action packed romantic film. the film also has some good comedy scenes. A great entaertainer
Anjela84
Avatar was the last movie that i watched. Its animated movie and i like this movie very much.
mazito
i saw yesterday "Stealth" with beutiful Jessica Biel
charlie29
It was "Hell Boy"
sudipbanerjee
the last movie I saw: 'Bhrantibilas'. Original writing by Iswarchandra Vidyasagar adopted from 'Comedy of Errors'. Great entertainment movie. Excellent acting by Uttamkumar and Bhanu Bandyopadhyay in double role with great support from Sabitri Chatterjee, Sandhya Roy, Tarunkumar.
mazito
i Just fisnish to watch "Next" with Nicolas Cage, Julianne Mooree and jessica Biel

a good one
The_unnamed_label
I've seen "Friends with benefits" last night...
Was sweet and funny... pretty entertaining...

Only for Justin Timberlake's Kriss Kross cover of "Jump" it's worth seeing it haha!
EarlNelson
Ghost World was the last movie i have seen.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Prem by chance' a bengali comedy starrer Koel Mallick, Abir, Biswajit Chakraborty, Manoj Mitra, Dipankar Dey and many others. Directed by Abhijit Guha and Sudeshna Roy. Entertainment movie
SteveDunn
It was "House of wax."
creativosred
''Wrong Turn'' is really exciting!
The_unnamed_label
Star Wars - Blue Ray
shivaghimire
I don't watch movies too much. I watched the movie, eclipse for the last time as I remembered. I watched that movie 2 months ago. Since then I haven't watched any of the movie.
LostOverThere
The_unnamed_label wrote:
Star Wars - Blue Ray

Nice, man! What's the transfer quality like on BD?

Last movie I saw was Koreyoshi Kurahara's 1960 film, Intimidation. It's known for being Japan's first noir film, made 2 years after the United States' last (Touch of Evil, 1958). It's perhaps the most underrated film I've seen, as it has a whole 15 votes on IMDb. Incredible! And perhaps, a bit sad, considering what a marvellous watch it is.
cybersa
Final Destination 5.
wellerchap
last movie I saw was friday evening, my wife & I took our daughter to see "How does she do it?" with Sarah Jessica Parker....very chick-flicky for me, but I haven't seen my daughter for a couple of weeks and wanted to spend the time with her....it was an OK film.
odayguide
I can not remember, because could be some.
likesonia
I saw Kuch Kuch Hota Hai on Sunday.
medesignz
On Sunday I had a two movie marathon... Mrs Doubtfire and XMen Origin: Wolverine... Next weekend, I may even reach 3... hehe
The_unnamed_label
On the plane from London to San Francisco...

even if the entertainements device wasnt working properly I watched 3 movies:

Super 8, which I found slightly disappointing (but it might be because I heard so many good critics, I had high expectations)
Bridemaids... as funny as the first time I saw it
Code Source.. Thriller wasn't bad...
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Ami Subhas Bolchi'. It is a bengali film starring Mithun Chakraborty and Directed by Mahesh Manjarekar. The film is about Bengali proudness and their feelings. One of the main charcter of the film is Great Subhas Chandra Bose. I am a die hard Mithun fan and I am also a Bengali. I like the bengali feelings of the film but sorry to say the total film is a bored one. The fil is very slow and except Mithun no other is good in acting.
nepalstar
Recently I watched movie named Mausam (Seasons of Love), this is Hindi love story. Actually I went to theater to watch Salman Khan's movie Bodyguard but unfortunately the movie was changed to Mausam (Seasons of Love).

This movie is a about a timeless love in the face of political hostilities and religious conflict between a Punjabi Air Force Officer Harry (Shahid) & an innocent Kashmiri refugee Aayat (Sonam).

I just can say Nice to watch Movie...!
ankur209
The last movie i saw 'Mausam' starring Shahid Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor ! Movie was ok but not so good ! I went to theatre to watch it ,thinking it would be related to Indian Air Force but it din't have that theme ! Instead the movie revolved around so many incidents-the gujrat riots,babri mosque protest,new york twin tower etc... ! Crying or Very sad

Boring kind of !! But what i loved in the movie was the Indian Air Force uniforms ! Razz
Simply saluting ! Wink
FunDa
MoneyBall !

If any of you are fans of sports movies like
Remember the Titans, Any Given Sunday or the
like, then I am sure that you'll love Moneyball, the latest Brad Pitt flick based on the true story of Billy Beane, manager of the Oakland
Athletics baseball team in early 2000. While I still am yet to watch the movie, having read
initial reviews and seen the trailer itself, it looks like
one movie that I will enjoy quite a bit. It involves
Brad Pitt, sports, and sports statistics. Add to this
mix, the fact that it also involves one underdog
team defying the odds to become successful, now what more do you require to make a good
movie ?

Very Happy
mazito
The Last Legion

with the OScar Winners Ben Kingsley and Colin Firth

and epic history about the

IMDB wrote:
Storyline
Circa 460 A.D. Mira was born in a warrior-family in Kerala, India, was well versed in martial arts and self-defense, so much so that she was recruited by the Spanish royalty and re-located to Constantinople. From there she was instructed to assist Roman Commander Aurelius to plan the escape of 12-year old Romulus Augustus Caesar from a prison in Capri after his parents had been killed by the leader of the Alliance in turmoil-stricken Rome that has seen the deaths of five emperors in five years. Mira, Aurelius, and a Priest, Ambrosinius, along with a handful of loyal soldiers were successful in the escape plan and deliver Romulus to Roman Senator Nestor. What the crew do not realize is that their task is not over yet, for Nestor is all set to betray Romulus, leaving them with no alternative but to flee to Britannia, where they will be forced to confront a seemingly invincible Vortygn, whose main aim is to obtain a powerful sword that was meant for defense and defeat...
Ryox
The last movie I saw was Killer Elite and that was 3 days ago lol

Very interesting movie because the guy plays in Death Race, The Mechanic and Killer Elite.. There are other movies he plays in but forgot the names of them.
cybersa
Watching Behind the lines.
medesignz
My buddy at work told me about Final Destination 5... is it supposed to be a comedy?
PScript
douzy wrote:
What was the last movie you saw? Mine was the Gridiron Gang. That movie is really impressive.



hmm last movie i saw was blackdeath ! :

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all i can sayis - best movie i saw in a long time!!
epic story! & good rly good acting !
8/10 by my scale !

laterz
The_unnamed_label
The Devil's Double... bit violent.. but based on true story I think? I found it pretty interesting.
medesignz
On Sunday I watched a film called Monster House...

It is a computer animation film and I understand it is aimed at kids... It really is quite good, spooky and a maybe a little to frightening for little ones
FunDa
Ghajni:

Which is a remixed remake of Memento.

First there was Ghajini in Tamil.

Aamir Khan's hindi Ghajni, is a faithful remake of the Tamil film (with a lot of the original crew , including the director) barring a couple of twists in the climax. It has Aamir doing an out-and-out actioner after a long time (‘Sarfarosh' in 1999 was the last time he went around brandishing guns and decimating baddies). It also has him bare-chested for a lot of the running time, because he needs to display his impressively muscled frame. So is it all good? Not really, no. The thing with doing a film like this is that you have to completely get with the flow of the film, and here Aamir is split down the middle. When he's Sanjay Singhania, the billionaire boy friend of wannabe celeb Kalpana (Asin), pretending to be a broke model himself, to insinuate himself into her good books, he's just fine. The sequence in which he first sees her help a bunch of disabled kids and loses his iron-clad heart to her, is a winner. So are a few others: how many impossibly wealthy men carry ‘chutta' to give the ‘pani puri wala'? He flips him his platinum card, and we crack a smile, as we are meant to. And then the transformation from smooth urbane tycoon, to the damaged violent guy happens, and the film starts to stutter. Not because Aamir doesn't try hard. He goes at this one with just as much effort
as he does in his others, but he doesn't fill out this part with as much conviction. It's all his fault--- he shouldn't have done films like ‘Rang De Basanti' and ‘Taare Zameen Par', in which he coasted on his cerebral appeal. He just doesn't look the part of a man who can pulp other humans with his bare hands, despite the wild grimaces and the angry howls. The maximum fun is had by Asin, nicely curved and rounded, very far from unreal size zeroes, making her Hindi cinema debut. She plays pretty much the same role as she did in the original-- loud, warm, emotional, and is the best part of the movie, but even she can't liven up the pallid songs-and- dances. Third lead Jiah Khan, the medical student who studies the amnesiac and ends up first hindering then helping him, is a total loss-- she has to speak Hindi and do an item number, and both are beyond her. The villain (Pradeep Rawat) looks like he's a bit part stretched into something he can't quite handle: is he the only one they could find? Too long, at three hours and some. Too violent. The bad guy goes around wielding a rusted iron jack and bashing peoples' heads in. And so not Aamir: ‘Ghajini' is engaging, only intermittently.
deanhills
Saw the first Indiana Jones - Raiders of the Lost Ark tonight with Harrison Ford and it was great viewing. Like a really great golden oldie!
Ntham
I saw the other day: Win Win. With Paul Giamatti. It's a indie movie make with quality. Advisable.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Paglu'. It is a bengali movie starring Dev and Koel. the film is directed by Rajib. A bad movie to watch.
catscratches
The House of Small Cubes
The basic premise has been done a million times before, but this is still a rather unique and moving variation.
mazito
Despicable Me


i love it
catscratches
The Battleship Potemkin

A classic, and rightfully so. It loses steam after the famous Odessa steps-scene, but what can really compare?
mazito
in the week end i see two oldies with John Cusack

Say Anything

and

True Colors
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw' Chaplin'. It is a bengali film directed by Anindyo Bandyopadhyay. The main characters are Bansi Das (acted by Rudranil Ghosh) and his son and their sorrow, joy, life. Bansi act as Charlie Chaplin to entertain people in Birthday and other Parties. Suddenly he got a chance in a reality show and came in the final. But he got the news his son is suffering from Brain Tumour and a few days are remaining in his life. So in the final day when everybody including his followers, Producer and other members of the show, reporters and photographers are awaiting for him in the stage he himself was out of all this. At the same time day he is busy in a secret place just to entertain only his son in his last birthday.

A great movie to watch.
The_unnamed_label
I saw Contagion few days ago...
I was looking fwd to see it as the critics I read were very engaging and encouraging..
But I was a little disappointed... I think the story lacks energy and you don't really identify to any of the characters... small intrigue... no rhythm....
Still an average movie... but not half as good as it was supposed to be
catscratches

Words can not explain.

Edit:

Great concept, not always that great execution. Still pretty cute.
LostOverThere
catscratches wrote:

Woo! Good to see some Bergman love in here!

The last movie I saw was the documentary Not Quite Hollywood, which is a doco on B-Grade Australian movies in the 1970s, known as Ozploitation films. It was a really fascinating documentary.

Highly recommended.
Blaster
Last night I watched The Blues Brothers. It was a real good movie that I have never seen and Don't know how I havn't in such a long time.
FunDa
Watched 'Ed Wood'
& 'Plan 9 from outer space'

Plan 9 is so bad that its good fun and once you know the true story about Ed Wood, you realize how such a movie came to be.


After watching 'Ed Wood', which narrates how the director of Plan 9 made such a "masterpiece", I din't believe some of the facts.

I had to search out references to convince myself that Ed Wood was a crazy genius who was able to get funding to make his crazy movie with his crazy ideas. Very Happy awesome.
catscratches

Yet again I find myself speechless.
medesignz
Has anyone been watching any scary films this Halloween?
dude_xyx
The last Harry potter movie, Deathly Hallows part 2. Great movie but the end of the movie is not so great.
mazito
Friends with Benefits

i liked besides is a cliche Romantic Comedy
welshsteve
In the cinema, the last movie I saw was "Johnny English Reborn". Really funny if you don't take it too seriously. Rowan Atkinson is a genius at visual comedy.

At home/on DVD, the last film I saw was "Ghostbusters". My son put it on one day last week LOL Laughing Classic film, and still very watchable.
The_unnamed_label
I've seen Tinker Taylor Soldier Spy!

John the Carre adaptation I think... the Filming is GREAT for people into quality movies... the story is a bit complicated as its a lot of flashbacks etc... Gary Oldman's acting is amazing
I think its a good movie...
Bit complicated as I said... like old school spy movies often are! and being french sure doesn't, (obvioulsy seen it in english version)
The_unnamed_label
and I've seen The Ides Of March

I really liked it, I think Ryan Gosling is a great actor... hopefully we will keep seeing him, as he seems to be in more and more movies lately.

Story is all about politicians and their practices.... nothing new there really... but great acting and the story is pretty well led... maybe the last 10 mins lack energy but its a personal view..

Good one.
catscratches

Typical "Tarr-ism".


Same director as The House of Small Cubes. Short, somehow mundane stories of the fantastical and magical.
Josso
Apollo 18... I'm kind of a sucker for sci-fi horrors ever since I saw Event Horizon as a kid this was OK and worth watching but nothing special. Interesting way of shooting a film at least.
mazito
Last nigth i saw Just Go with It

i like it besides is a romantic cliche too
Hello_World
I saw Sucker Punch. I don't really recommend it.

Although it kinda makes sense in the end, the whole movie you're like... this shit doesn't make sense... and so it is pretty boring for all its special effects and look...
ankur209
Last night I watched two movies...One being bollywood 'Zeher' starring Emraan Hashmi and Udita goswami' ! the other being Die Hard 3
mazito
Last nigth i saw Horrible Bosses

good comedy, not esplendid like english comedy, that i like a lot
sudipbanerjee
The last movie i saw 'phande poria baga kande re'. It is a bengali romantic comedy starring Soham, Srabanti and Dipankar De. Average mopvie to saw
LostOverThere
Finally got around to watching Soylent Green the other day. What can I say, it was enjoyable, but should have been a lot better.

That scene towards the end with Edward G. Robinson's character is tragic. Especially considering that was the last thing he ever did, and died 12 days after filming. What a career!
mazito
Breaking Away
deanhills
I saw a rerun of "The Rock" movie with Sean Connery and Nicolas Cage. Really a GREAT movie. Wish they could make a few more of those.
Very Happy
The_unnamed_label
deanhills wrote:
I saw a rerun of "The Rock" movie with Sean Connery and Nicolas Cage. Really a GREAT movie. Wish they could make a few more of those.
Very Happy


I was in California in ends september and I went to Alcatraz... then in the next morning I saw the Rock, played on TV!!

and YES its a cool movie!
The_unnamed_label
I watched In Time with Justin Timberlake!

I didn't know what to expect at all but I found it very entertaining!
yashawn
"Real Steel" movie last time I saw with friends in theater with full enjoyment.It is a American science fiction movie.It is really fantastic movie.my friends also liked this movie.Story is very interesting in this film.Hugh Jack man performance is good in this film.
The_unnamed_label
Been watching Star Wars Episode I, II & III over the weekend.... guess that means I have to watch IV,V and VI?
FunDa
Rock starr !!!

Awesome .




Also be careful if you want to watch Ra - 1


It is "fun" to watch, but don't think of the story or plot or any other characteristics of a good movei in it.

You will surely be disappointed
mazito
Yesterday i see "IN TIME"

i think is a good movie, Tmberlake is not my favorite actor but is OK
catscratches
At Land

Not as good as Meshes, but still pretty solid.

Also watched the first episode of Serial Experiments Lain. Enough with the bloom already! It's got some of the same dream-like qualities of Deren's work, but interspliced with story segments that feel very mediocre and I can already tell that the story's gonna blow. Hopefully the overall style will carry it but I'm not really getting my hopes up for this one.

And on the notion of blowing, I checked out Andy Warhol's Blow Job but skipped through it. I can see decorating an interior with monitors showing it on loop as an ambient setting but it's not something I'd ever watch through, and there are better movies for that purpose (if I ever would be out of my mind enough to blow money on such a thing).
atk2tonogan
I have just finished The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn - Part 1 movie. Its fantastic and incredible movie.
silverdown
the last movie i saw was....... Breaking Dawn the new twilight movie... IT WAS AWESOMENESS!!!!!! Laughing Laughing
adri
In Time, I went to the avant-premiere last week. Interesting movie about time being the currency.


adri
The_unnamed_label
The_unnamed_label wrote:
Been watching Star Wars Episode I, II & III over the weekend.... guess that means I have to watch IV,V and VI?




I did..... I DID!

Blue Ray edition... that's my best excuse
LostOverThere
I saw Drive the other day. Loved it!

Apart from a fantastic actors and story, I thought the film's editing was especially good. I'll be very disappointed if the film doesn't win Best Editing at the Academy Awards this year. It was a knock out. Smile
mazito
Iron Man

with Robert Downey Jr., Terrence Howard, Jeff Bridges and Gwyneth Paltrow
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw is old bengali classic 'Sare Chuattor'. Main casts include Uttamkumar, Suchitra Sen, Bhanu bandyopadhyay, Jahar Roy, Malina Devi and Tulsi Chakraborty. Its a great comedy movie
baboosaa
the latest film that i have watched is The adventure of tin tin. It's a huge effort reflected in a big screen. Each and every single detail is taken care of in the film. The background, at the back of the character in focus of the camera is so alive that you will forget it's a animated movie and the modeling is done with very minute detail and immense hard work. The movement of the character is so real that it seems like a person is doing the acting. After all it's twenty first century technology but the way it's captured the realness of character and the essence of the story, the film seems like it's going to rock at the center of the Hollywood. But Tin tin in the movie has also transformed into a young man form a boy. This young man is a journalist in the film whereas he was just a boy back then.
FunDa
DAM999



It is a 3D movie which is about a Dam collapsing.

It is currently bannned in Tamil Nadu, because they feel that it it very similar to the situation that will happen if they do not let Kerala repair/rebuild the Mullaperiyar Dam which lies near the Tamil Nadu border of Kerala.

AS of now, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalitha has prevented Kerala from trying to repair the dam.

This past week, there have been many tremors in the dam area in Kerala(India), that has led to fear of a catastrophic collapse of the dam.




http://www.ndtv.com/article/regional/tamil-nadu-bans-dam999-152485
Quote:
Chennai: The Tamil Nadu government has banned Dam999 in the state. Dam999 is a Hollywood film depicting the dangers posed by the collapse of an old dam.

Earlier, theatres in Tamil Nadu decided to not show the film by Kerala-based director Sohan Roy, which many in the state claim is based on the controversy surrounding the Mullaperiyar Dam.

The film's producers claim it just tells the story of the havoc that old and outdated dams could cause.

Many in Tamil Nadu claim the film is actually a clever plot to deny Tamil Nadu its rightful share of water by projecting Kerala's Mullaperiyar Dam as a potential for disaster.

The Tamil Nadu Theatres Association says the film may create tension in the state. "This could lead to lot of confusion and violations in Tamil Nadu. We don't want that to happen. We respect local sentiment," said Sridhar, Tamil Nadu Theatre Owners' Association.

Although the Mullaperiyar Dam is in Kerala, Tamil Nadu has rights over its waters for 999 years. The British had signed an agreement to irrigate the drought prone southern districts of Tamil Nadu.

Five years ago the Supreme Court directed Kerala to raise the dam's storage to help the neighbouring state, but Kerala defied the order saying the dam is weak.

The film's director denies allegations that the film is about this controversial dam.

"Nobody has seen the movie from their side so far, so my request is that people should watch the movie first and then create some problem," says Roy.

The film was due to release on Friday (November 25).

With political parties in the state pitching for a ban on Dam999 it once again looks like a battle between creative freedom and those who take the law into their own hands.
LostOverThere
Wow, Dam999 actually sounds like a really intriguing concept. Smile
The_unnamed_label
The Taking Of Pelham 123

I thought for once J Travolta is pretty good Smile
chartcentral
Last saw The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Part 1) a couple of weeks ago. Smile
metalfreek
sudipbanerjee
the last movie I saw 'Kailashe Kelenkari' directed by Sandip Roy (son of Satyajit Roy). Its a crime fiction based on Elora cave. main characters are Feluda (acted by Sabyasachi Chakraborty), Topse (acted by Parambrato), Jatayu (Bibhu Bhattacharya). Feluda and his team are the great Detective created by Satyajit Roy.
menino
baboosaa wrote:
the latest film that i have watched is The adventure of tin tin. It's a huge effort reflected in a big screen. Each and every single detail is taken care of in the film. The background, at the back of the character in focus of the camera is so alive that you will forget it's a animated movie and the modeling is done with very minute detail and immense hard work. The movement of the character is so real that it seems like a person is doing the acting. After all it's twenty first century technology but the way it's captured the realness of character and the essence of the story, the film seems like it's going to rock at the center of the Hollywood. But Tin tin in the movie has also transformed into a young man form a boy. This young man is a journalist in the film whereas he was just a boy back then.


I agree baboosaa, I saw it 2 weeks ago, and loved the realness of the entire movie. Even the background did have a lot of details to it.
Yes, they changed a bit of things about tintin, but it was ok to watch.
I still remember the books by Herge, and they are irreplaceble. I guess they are kind of taking a turn to the characters and story line, while still anchoring all the good stuff about Tintin.
belltown
I just saw the Social Network on DVD. After reading some fairly negative reviews I was prepared to be disappointed. However, I didn't think it was all that bad. It had a lot more technical content than I was expecting, which I was pleased with.
rogue_skydragon
I recently saw Martin Scorsese's "Hugo" at my local cinema. I must say, it's truly a work of cinematic art. Wasn't able to see it in 3D, though I'm sure it would have been even more spectacular.
LostOverThere
The other day I went and saw Moneyball. It was quite good (and co-written by Aaron Sorkin, who did The Social Network). Although, it was quite slow.

It also featured a cameo by Bobby Kotick. That I did not expect at all. Bobby Goddamn Kotick!
markj801
Final Destination 5

Pretty interesting twist at the end. I'd say it's one of the better films of the franchise, but still not as great as the original.
deanhills
I like the Steven Seagal Action Movies, so last night saw a rerun of a very old one of his "On Deadly Ground" on the MBC Action Channel. Great movie.
menino
I saw "Cowboys and Aliens" 2 days ago, and I loved it.
Its got good action, and a bit of comedy in it as well.. and I love the sci-fi in it.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Phande poria baga kaande re'. It is bengali romantic comedy starring Soham, Srabanti and Dipankar De. It is the second time I watch this movie.
catscratches
Ménilmontant

The score by Paul Mercer is incredible. It feels like the images on screen compliment the music moreso than the other way around, so I'm not sure I'd like it in it's original, silent form.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw a bengali movie 'Patalghar". A great comedy linked with science fiction. The main story is written by Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay. Ramaprasad Banik, Kharaj and Manu Mukherjee show good performance in acting.
ankurthakur
I was watching Johnny English a few hours ago with my elder brother. Its a nice funny movie Laughing

The main character is Rowan Atkinson Very Happy
Vanilla
The last movie I saw was Thor. I saw it twice, to tell you the truth. Hence my new icon. I just loved the Loki character, played by Tom Hiddleston. Very Happy
mazito
Yesterday i saw "The Librarian - Quest For The Spear"
metalfreek
Just finished watching Deadly Crossing but noting exciting at all. Just as usual Steven Segal action sequence and frankly I am getting kinda sick of it.
Blummer
Saw Hugo few days ago. Kind story, based on a book. Those who know George Melies' work and love those old films, will enjoy it.
Flegit
Watched Billy Wilder's "Avanti!" yesterday. Though I prefer something more artsy, this old american comedy was better than I had expected. It's also always fun to notice some cultural differences between the old movies and the new ones, like those oldies, untouched by the feminist movements, where there's usually a successful, a bit indifferent male main character, and a pretty but plain female begging for his attention. Feels so unnatural for a movie=)
sanalskumar
The last one i saw was 'The fast Five' (2011). Has got some breath catching stunt sequences...
luciferfawkes
Hostel: Part III.

Gore and torture, plenty of twists. Was a good ride.
ankur209
Last week i started watching movies in a series Razz (Afterall was free after the exams )

I watched My boss's Daughter,Hot Fuzz,No strings attached and yesterday night The Butterfly Effect Cool
dude_xyx
Watched Mr. Bones and Mr. Bones 2. Reminded me The God must be crazy. Not that great but this movie can make you laugh too.
deanhills
dude_xyx wrote:
The God must be crazy.
That is really an OLD movie. I have not seen it in ages, but I remember that was an excellent comedy show.
loyal
Ice Age 2 and Ice Age 3. Ice Age 3 felt more childish and wasn't good as the first two. But still entertaining films with some hilarious lines. Worth a watch if you're into animation films.
deanhills
loyal wrote:
Ice Age 2 and Ice Age 3. Ice Age 3 felt more childish and wasn't good as the first two. But still entertaining films with some hilarious lines. Worth a watch if you're into animation films.
I felt the same about Ice Age 3. But as you say, they are really entertaining. I bought all three of them for keeping or viewing later.
deanhills
The Clinic. It was a Video I found last night at our local Super Market. I've just checked it and it's pretty recent dated 2010. Made in Australia. It could have easily flopped, but it was a great production and also great acting by actors I have not seen before. So that made it highly entertaining to me.

Here are more details about the movie:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1345772/
Blummer
Now - Sherlock Holmes' last film. God, it was beautiful. Not spoiling anyone, but it had good sights of Switzerland and other places. And the film finale is great.
deanhills
Blummer wrote:
Now - Sherlock Holmes' last film. God, it was beautiful. Not spoiling anyone, but it had good sights of Switzerland and other places. And the film finale is great.
I've seen the trailer of that one and am thoroughly looking forward to seeing it.

I saw a rerun of Shrek tonight - the first episode. Amazing what they can do with animation. The donkey is really priceless, who could ever come up with a dragon being infatuated by a donkey. I also like the Gingerbread Man. Two great characters of the series. Laughing
rogue_skydragon
I watched "The Soloist" yesterday. Amazing film.
Jaime Fox is crazy.
catscratches
Vargtimmen [The Hour of the Wolf]
Is there anything Bergman can't do?*

And before that it was Gycklarnas Afton [Sawdust and Tinsel]. Probably the weakest I've seen of Bergman so far but great nevertheless.


*Well, breathe, for starters. You little smarty pants!
Hexes
I am huge fan of horrors and yesterday I watched The Crazies. Classic story about small town and dangerous virus spreaded there. Strange was the fact that US government was involved and that it was actually their fault Razz Not Irak, Pakistan or Russia! Well I like movies when a group of people band together and fight for their lifes. If you like zobie movies then The Crazies is worth to see.
Blummer
deanhills, yes it's really amazing. At one moment I thought I would fall asleep while watching it - but then I found out it was only because I came tired Laughing I hope you'll enjoy it. The action scenes are as always perfect.
medesignz
It had Tim Allen in it... Something about Christmas.... To be honest... It was forgettable
cybersa
Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol.
I like it Smile
ankur209
I watched Stealth today !

It was a very good movie about UMAV that could come in near future and replace pilots ! Razz

Totally a good watch ! Wink
The_unnamed_label
I've seen HUGO in 3D, by Martin Scorsese.

I think its a really nice and enjoyable movie...
FunDa
cybersa wrote:
Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol.
I like it Smile



yeah .. I'm going to watch it this week.

Me and my buddies are all thrilled to get a free week to watch it ..

Looks like its gonna be a great one Very Happy
LostOverThere
The other day I saw The Ides of March in cinemas. That thing took forever to come out here in Australia. Nonetheless, it was well worth the wait, as I thought the film was excellent.

I'm currently half-way through Stanley Kubrick's "Barry Lyndon". I'm enjoying it so far, but it's just a shame the films visual style, while still cool, feels quite dated. I'd imagine the concept of using natural light in 1975 would have been very impressive indeed, but nowadays, with the advent of home movies and with every man and his dog picking up a handheld camera and making a film, the idea of using natural light appears amateurish. Still, a momentous achievement, even today.
deanhills
LostOverThere wrote:
I'm currently half-way through Stanley Kubrick's "Barry Lyndon". I'm enjoying it so far, but it's just a shame the films visual style, while still cool, feels quite dated. I'd imagine the concept of using natural light in 1975 would have been very impressive indeed, but nowadays, with the advent of home movies and with every man and his dog picking up a handheld camera and making a film, the idea of using natural light appears amateurish. Still, a momentous achievement, even today.
Agreed. Almost like time for a remake of the movie. Or has it already been?
medesignz
indiana Jones and the crystal skull... i fell asleep
sanalskumar
I saw 'Real Steel' yesterday. Not much of a story but movie was okay...
PeteWalker74
Rented Captain America, and my wife and I rather enjoyed it. Got me excited for The Avengers!
Blummer
Saw Puss in boots Laughing This character is really amusing, even more than Shrek.
deanhills
Blummer wrote:
Saw Puss in boots Laughing This character is really amusing, even more than Shrek.
Then I definitely should see it. I saw the last bit of one of the Shrek episodes last night on TV.

The last movie I saw was a really old one - Heart Condition (1990) - with Bob Hoskins and Denzel Washington. One of those movies that I was unaware ever existed (I thought I'd seen all the movies of Denzel Washington), so had my interest. Quite funny in places. The script could have been better, but the performances of Hoskins and Washington were top class as per usual.
Source: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099750/
The_unnamed_label
The Butterfly Effect... finally!! Enjoyed.
LostOverThere
I finally, after all these years, got around to watching Gone with the Wind. It's certainly very dated (especially compared to things such as The Magnificent Ambersons, which came out a mere 3 years later and covers slightly similar ground in regards to the "spoilt, arrogant, bratty child") but it's still definitely well worth watching. The technicolor is wonderful though. It's very beautiful indeed.
The_unnamed_label
I've watched 127 hours... very catchy!
catscratches
Millenium Actress
Rather sweet despite being oh so cliché.
sanalskumar
Saw "breaking dawn prat 1" yesterday. Liked it. And now eagerly waiting to see the Part 2.

Smile
deanhills
LostOverThere wrote:
I finally, after all these years, got around to watching Gone with the Wind. It's certainly very dated (especially compared to things such as The Magnificent Ambersons, which came out a mere 3 years later and covers slightly similar ground in regards to the "spoilt, arrogant, bratty child") but it's still definitely well worth watching. The technicolor is wonderful though. It's very beautiful indeed.
I have not seen it in a while, but agreed, the technicolour is quite amazing. Lovely scenic shots. Very historic and I like history, particularly surrounding the Civil War.
The_unnamed_label
The Rite....
The_unnamed_label
Frozen.... bit disappointing
cybersa
Don 2
But i don't like it personally.
Peterssidan
The Big Job. It was quite good.
catscratches
Kytice
Hauntingly beautiful fairytales.
The_unnamed_label
Sorority raw...

Typical University Serial Killer movie... meh
The_unnamed_label
Mystic River


GREAT ONE
The_unnamed_label
Runaway Jury

Great one!
The_unnamed_label
Shelter

Pretty catchy

Jonathan Rhys Meyers does a great job in this one.
FunDa
The Italian Job


My reaction to this remake of "The Italian Job" is probably hopelessly mixed up with the events occurring in my life when I saw it; This is the first movie I saw after I had just landed a job after 8 months of unemployment and going back to school for retraining. Money was still tight, but I no longer had to choose between seeing a movie in the theaters and paying bills (or eating lunch), and the sense of relief and gratitude I was feeling at the time was enormous. In consequence, my enjoyment of "Italian Job" was probably far out of proportion to its actual worth.

Still, I picked it up used on DVD a few weeks ago and watched it again, and I still enjoyed it immensely. I have never seen the original (though I have heard it is an absolute classic), but its modern day counterpart is eminently watchable if you have a taste for modern day production values applied to older films plots and themes.

What initially won me over to this movie was the soundtrack - IMO Don Davis writes some of the most supple, textured and aurally pleasing soundtracks around. IJ opens with a sly, witty, pulsing arrangement that combines strings, guitar harmonics, brush work and quiet moments - it won me over completely from the opening seconds. And the whole movie is like this - I haven't heard this kind of ringing, chiming, pulsing soundtrack music since Stewart Copeland left the Police and started doing soundtracks for movies like "Rumble Fish". There are at least a dozen irresistibly scored motifs in here, along with some pop song remakes that range from "all right" to "inspired". For people to whom the soundtrack is important, this movie is a delight.

On to the movie: I can take or leave Mark Wahlberg, but he's okay here as the leading man, and the movie doesn't ask him to do anything he can't do well. He's the weakest "major" actor in the film, but that's because the rest of supporting cast is so strong, especially Donald Sutherland in a bit part. Mos Def, Jason Steadham, Ed Norton, Seth Green and Charlize Theron all turn in solid, fat-free performances. Norton seems to mostly be phoning it in (rumor has it that he didn't really want to be in the film), but he's still a natural even at 1/2 power. My one quibble with the casting and acting is with the character "Wrench", who seems to be a male model pretending to be an actor. His part seems to be shoehorned into the movie, and he has little chemistry with the rest of the cast (although you can blame some of that on the size of the part and the "late walk on" nature of the character). If I were a cynical sort,I would wonder who the actor slept with to get put into this movie in such a supernumerary role? Nah, never happen...

Production values, camera work, stunts, plot...everything cooks along quite nicely and Gray and his production crew pull things together pretty seamlessly (with the exception of the "Wrench" character, see above).

The dialog has a nice, light touch that rewards your indulgence, and there are several satisfying major and minor plot payoffs along the way. (My favorite moment - when Norton's character tells Wahlberg's character that he's just lost the element of surprise. Wahlberg proceeds to cold ****** Norton with a right cross, and then asks him, "Were you surprised??" Hmmm, maybe you had to be there...)

Of course the movie requires a certain level of "suspension of disbelief" to work, but if you just relax and go along with it (and don't think too hard about the mechanics of cracking a safe underwater, or the likelihood of anyone being able to successfully hack and manipulate LA traffic via a laptop, etc), you'll have a fun ride.

"The Italian Job": it's lightweight summer fluff, but it's very good for what it is, and it doesn't try to be anything else. It isn't good enough for an "8" but I'd give it a "7.5".
foumy6
The Devil Inside

Unless you like bad endings that piss you off I don't recommend this movie. The previews make it look soooo much better than it actually is. I am not even joking when I was in the theater and the movie ending people started raging screaming this like "What the F**K this is BS!" and also "I want my money back". Yea personally I would say that movie was not worth the $9 ticket.
ujjwalshrestha
The Ides of March

One of the best movie relating to politics. Specially interesting to watch when US election is around the corner.
Cmdoo
Warrior, great movie! Even greater if you are an mma fan =)
catscratches
Smultronstället
Somehow, despite its dark subjects, more upbeat than other Bergman I've seen. An excellent piece nonetheless.

And before that, it was The Mirror, as I just yesterday received the long-awaited Tarkovsky collection in the mail. Sadly, the Andrei Rublev is the cut version, but it was either this or the more expensive, and of inferior quality, Criterion release.
portoskt
im going to see mi4 - ghost protocol today... i hope its worthed
medesignz
I am a bit behind the times in my old home tech, but now have a freeview + box...

At the moment in my library of films is Ace Ventura, and Son of Rambow Very Happy
lilysc1
The last movie I saw was Avatar(I love that movie). I think it's the best movie ever made.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw '22 se shrabon'. It is a bengali crime movie directed by Shrijit Mukherjee. Acted by Prosenjit, Parambrato, Raima Sen, Abir Chatterjee, Goutam Ghosh and many more. A good movie to watch.
fredynis
Tower Heist

great movie Smile
menino
2 nights ago, I saw "In Time" starring Justin Timberlake and the heroine named Seyfried. Also in it was Olivia Wilde from House M.D. serial.

It was an ok sci fi movie, worth watching once I guess, with a bit of action scenes.
I think its main point was that time was a currency, and they made a few puns in the film.
Definitely worth one time to watch it. (pun intended) Razz
luciferfawkes
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

I liked it, a bit confusing at parts as to what exactly was going on in the story but overall pretty decent. I heard the Swedish version is better compared to the US version so I might have to check that out here soon just to see for myself.
deanhills
A rerun of Bruce Willis's Die Hard first movie. Under attack in a high rise tower in Los Angeles. Never disappoints. Smile
LegendVPN
Hey! Smile

The last movie I saw was Phantom of the Opera the movie musical. I like it. I'm a sucker for musicals. I also like its mysterious and dark plot. I still pity the Phantom.



FunDa
deanhills wrote:
A rerun of Bruce Willis's Die Hard first movie. Under attack in a high rise tower in Los Angeles. Never disappoints. Smile



Die hard 4.0 (aka Live Free or Die Hard)


Loved the movie !!! I had seen it earlier too, but only this time I was able to follow the whole script. The hacking attacks and vulnerabilities in SCADA systems and other major computer related crimes in the news recenlty have made me realize that it is very much possible that the movie is based on a very very real situation Confused
FunDa
Oh and I also saw a few other movies - like The Man from Earth, Love in the Time of CHolera, The Cat in the Cupboard, ..



A movie marathon Smile
Blummer
The Artist. Man, the choreography....mindblowing.
LostOverThere
Blummer wrote:
The Artist. Man, the choreography....mindblowing.

Awesome. It comes out Thursday here in Australia and I can't wait to check it out.

I saw The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo today. I'm sad to say I haven't seen the Swedish one yet, but boy, I loved it so. Rooney Mara in particular did a spectacular job as Lisbeth. Highly recommended.
medesignz
I have now added the south park movie to my movie collection
LegendVPN
The last movie I saw this time was Underworld: Rise of the Lycans.

I'm a fan of the Underworld franchise. I really like Kate as a vampire. I also like Michael Sheen as Lucian. I kept mistaking him for Simon Pegg 'cause they really do look the same esp. with Michael's hairdo.




I also liked Rhona Mitra as Sonja. All in all, I liked the movie. Smile I'm really sad when I think about the fate of Sonja and Lucian's love affair. *sigh*
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw a comic movie: Partner. Great comedy directed by David Dhawan. Great acting by Salman Khan and Govinda.
catscratches
En passion
Terrifying. No, seriously. Despite very much being standard Bergman, this manages to create feelings in me no other movie has ever managed to.
The_unnamed_label
catscratches wrote:
En passion
Terrifying. No, seriously. Despite very much being standard Bergman, this manages to create feelings in me no other movie has ever managed to.


sounds interesting!
The_unnamed_label
I watched

The girl with a dragon tattoo...

and

The girl who played with fire

the original ones...

not too bad...
The_unnamed_label
Apollo 18

It's just another space thriller...

one location, one time span, one action... good old theatre recipe, works for what it is.
The_unnamed_label
Limitless

I was pretty disappointed tbh... what did you guys think?
LegendVPN
The_unnamed_label wrote:
Limitless

I was pretty disappointed tbh... what did you guys think?


I haven't seen the movie but read the plot over IMDb. Hmmm.,it's a good plot for a movie but still the cinematography is what will make it good to see.

What did you think was blah about the movie?
LostOverThere
LegendVPN wrote:
I haven't seen the movie but read the plot over IMDb. Hmmm.,it's a good plot for a movie but still the cinematography is what will make it good to see.

What did you think was blah about the movie?

I'm not The_unnamed_label, but it's really quite forgettable. There's nothing particularly memborable about it. Generic characters and a generic story. It's fun while it lasts, but that's about it.

The cinematography, if I recall correctly, is fine. Just fine.
Blummer
Saw Alvin And The Chipmunks - Chipwrecked.
mazito
"Boogie el Aceitoso" is a movie based in the comic of the same name drawed by "el Negro Fontanarrosa"
cybersa
3 idiots.
It is a English version.
But I watched the movie in my Native language called Nanban.
It tells good messages to all.
I like it.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Shukno Lanka". It is a story of a Junior artist and his struggles in a film industry. A great acting by Mithun Chakraborty. Sabyasachi Chakraborty and Debasree roy also in their work. The film is the directorial venture of Gaurav Pandey.
catscratches
The Apple Incident
Oh dear God! What the heck is up with that sound? It sound like some early Whitehouse stuff! Aggghhhhhh!!

The visuals are nice, though.
The_unnamed_label
the uninvited... it was so damn boring and I believe some kind of remake of an old TV film..
The_unnamed_label
I really wanna see Episode 50.... is it worth it?
pazis
The last movie I saw was Wrong Turn 4. It's a horror movie about some teens going to cannibals' home! Very Happy
Blummer
Saw Star Wars Episode 1 in 3D. Not bad conversion. But nothing too big.
Blummer
Revised Inception, need to watch it few more times. Still lost with some clues.
medesignz
it was Johnny English on Saturday... I was watching it on my lunch break, and strategically watched it in and out of the office... MWAHAHAA
emoviefreak
Last Movie I liked most was Real STEEL
rogue_skydragon
I watched an independent film called Cashback a little while ago. I'd recommend it to anyone who fancies dry humor and cynical romance.
Blummer
Watched The Woman In Black. Not too bad, in my view.
The_unnamed_label
I watched the french movie called Intouchable and I must say it was the best movie made by french in years.... beautiful story and great acting!

I bet it will be remade in Hollywood!!

I suggest you to watch it if you understand french.
metalfreek
Last movie I saw was The Tournament. It was a ok movie not as good as I have expected.

IMDB - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0471041/

LostOverThere
I saw The Grey this morning. I was actually really impressed! It's good to see Liam Neeson finally be in something that's, uh, well, good again. The plane crash sequence is notably spectacular.

The night before I saw Any Questions for Ben? - it was terrible. The film goes for over 2 hours, and it just took too long to say too little. Horribly self indulgent. A shame, really, considering it was made by Working Dog, who made The Castle and The Dish. Both great films.
FunDa
Blummer wrote:
Watched The Woman In Black. Not too bad, in my view.


Daniel Radcliff has shown that he is not just typecast as Happy Potter.

Good for him.



I would say it is a good movie to watch if you like the genre and want to see how much the cute kid of Harry Potter 1 has evolved.
Cosmoslayer
X-Men: First Class and I am disappoint. Evil or Very Mad
FunDa
pokal wrote:
the ''A TEAM''


Lol that was a fun action movie to watch with beer and snacks ...

Love the mindless explosions Laughing Laughing
The_unnamed_label
I've seen Monsters Inc.

lovely movie, lovely company
menino
Blummer wrote:
Watched The Woman In Black. Not too bad, in my view.


I watched "The woman in Black", as the older version of this, a long time ago, and I found one scene in it quite scary, where she is flying above his bed, and makes an evil face.
I've not seen the new one, but that scene where she was flying above his bed really struck my mind for quite a while.
menino
emoviefreak wrote:
Last Movie I liked most was Real STEEL


I loved this movie.
Only thing I could not figure out, is when the father saves the boy from the ledge, and the boy wants the robot, the father leaves him there, although he can fall again.
Also, how di the boy manage to heave a giant robot on a trolley?

Apart from that, its a great movie to watch and enjoy.
ujjwalshrestha
Watch Terri over the weekend. Fantastic movie.

I like the way the direct presented the movie with much care and craft - for the script which otherwise is very conventional.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Gali gali chor hai'. Its a satire directed by Rumi Jafrey and Acted by Akshaye Khanna. Its a bad movie to watch
Blummer
Watched The Muppets recently. The old TV show still rocks, but some bits were funny. If it wasn't for the Muppets, it would still be a regular modern comedy. Oh yeah and there are many cameos.
nigam
i can't remember when was the last time i saw a movie....but i think it was way back a year ago with my wife....the eclipse, not sure though.....
FunDa
nigam wrote:
i can't remember when was the last time i saw a movie....but i think it was way back a year ago with my wife....the eclipse, not sure though.....


U mean the Horror movie "The Eclipse" ?

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010) is a movie I regret watching
The_unnamed_label
Predators all of them
The_unnamed_label
Full Metal Jacket

Again..... but its a great one... don't you think?
The_unnamed_label
The Woman In Black

I fairly enjoyed it.... makes you jump enough etc.... even though something was missing, but I can't point what.
metalfreek
Yesterday I watched fight club again. It is an interesting movie. I will definitely watch it again.

An office employee and a soap salesman build a global organization to help vent male aggression.

IMDB url: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0137523/

medesignz
Has anyone seen fantastic mr fox?
matrixuk321
I just watched underworld awakening. I liked it. It had some harsh reviews but I have watched all of the underworld movies and always found them enjoyable. I watched The woman in black before that but horror movies really bore me so I didn't like that or find it enjoyable at all.
LostOverThere
medesignz wrote:
Has anyone seen fantastic mr fox?

Oh, yes! That film is wonderful. George Clooney suits his role perfectly...which is odd, but yeah. The animation is wonderful too!
therimalaya
I watched "The Illusionist", 2006 for second time yesterday. It is really a very nice movie and is always my favorite one.
I've also watched "Underworld-Awakening", it was also a good movie and i felt that it was ended very fast and makes the viewer to expect for the next part to come.
The_unnamed_label
Saw The Departed again last night... good one
The_unnamed_label
Rocknrolla was entertaining Very Happy
The_unnamed_label
Law Abiding Citizen... not too original this one... but still entertaining.
The_unnamed_label
500 Days Of Summer

I loved this one, made me smile a lot!
shouldn't have wait that long to finally watch it.
deanhills
I have not watched a movie in a long time. And me watching this movie just happened by fluke. I was clicking and got intrigued and then found myself watching, almost against my will until the end. Predator 2 with Danny Glover. It was interesting when it seemed he was battling some verocious war lords of a few centuries who had become trapped in a subtle other world and were avenging themselves. And it then seriously disappointed me when these characters turned out to be common monster aliens. Darn! Acting of Danny Glover was great however. Lots of blood for the blood thirsty. Twisted Evil
mukesh
I watched SAW IV my last movie then after I donot want to watch any other movies Very Happy
bgtanlo
John Carter Very Happy
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Royal Bengal Rahassya' directed by Sandip Roy. Casts include Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Saheb Bhattacharya, Bibhu Bhattacharya. It is a Feluda story.
Blummer
Watched John Carter. It is based on quite old book, which was written 100 years ago and so much has been developed in terms of sci-fi. So everything that is described in this film, looks not so surprising. But anyway - not bad film.
mazito
i just see "lars and the real girl" with Ryan Goslyng i just saw some of his movies in last months, is a good actor, never realized
portoskt
i just saw machine gun preacher, nothing special, i expected more from this actor and director... i will not recomend it to noone
catscratches
Duck Soup
Damn. That was awful! I remember liking Marx-brothers films when I was little but this was just terrible. They seem to think that just cramming as many jokes in there as possible will make it funny. It's not. It's annoying.

One of the most important aspects of comedy is timing. This has none. Comedy needs to arise from characters and situations, and this movie has no characters in it, or at least no characters with any consistent personalities whatsoever. The only thing consistent about them is that they're ******.


借りぐらしのアリエッティ [The Secret World of Arrietty]
Decent. The animation's great and the concept opens up to a lot of creativity but the characters are paper-thin and cliché.


Now for the great movies I've watched:
Aus dem Leben der Marionetten and Skammen - Now these need no introduction. Bergman triumphs again.

The Elephant Man
The almost melodramatic nature of it makes us very aware that we're no less voyeuristic than the very people it sets up as bad. Some may consider that as a negative thing but I very much admire it for it. In that regard, I'd say it's very much like Rear Window.

I also caught Cineastes de notre temps: John Cassavetes on Danish television (we get that down here in Skåne). Incredible documentary, and that's coming from someone who's never seen anything of the man (though I very much intend to). I found it really fascinating and charming. Makes me want to both see the films of Cassavetes and see more of the Cinéastes de notre temps-series.
cybersa
The Secret World of Arrietty

I found this while searching in IMDB for good movies.
Really i like it.
This is my first Anime which i was like. Smile

@catscratches
Yeah i accept that.
Because it is a old movie.
belltown
I saw Tears of the Sun.
catscratches
cybersa wrote:
@catscratches
Yeah i accept that.
Because it is a old movie.
There are great old comedies that flow from the characters and situations. Some Charlie Chaplin movies would be my prime examples (albeit Chaplin has always been a bit hit-or-miss for me). The problems I found with it don't really come from its age.
Blummer
Saw The Artist for the second time. Laughing I actually love that doggy in it.
Mr_Howl
cybersa wrote:
The Secret World of Arrietty

I found this while searching in IMDB for good movies.
Really i like it.
This is my first Anime which i was like. Smile

@catscratches
Yeah i accept that.
Because it is a old movie.


You should check out the other Studio Ghibli movies. Almost all of them are great.
menino
Last night I finished watching "the taking of Pelham 123" starring Denzel Washington and John Travolta. - I think its not a new movie, but made in 2009.
It was a bit interesting, but I fell asleep through half of the movie and finished watching it again, after sleeping off another time.
I guess it was because I was feeling a bit under the weather, with a flu taking over my system.
The movie itself is a bit interesting, and worth watching once... or even twice, because the acting is great and the story as well, but can get a bit boring, and raise couple of questions.

One question I had was regarding the laptop which was streaming the hostage situation - how come the gunmen did not see the laptop screen while it had some girl there?
Blummer
Watched old movie Legend by Ridley Scott. Good memories, beautiful work.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Kahaani' directed by Sujoy Ghosh. Its a hindi spy thriller. Good acting by Bidya Balan, Saswata Chatterjee and Parambrato. Good movie to watch.
LostOverThere
I recently saw Le Havre. It's a little French film which has been getting spectacular reviews. I did not like it one bit. It's one of those films which seems content doing absolutely nothing more than the genre's bare minimum requirements. It's a travesty of a picture which has both an incredibly dull plot and characters.

The day before that I saw The Rum Diary. It felt like a series of mediocre anecdotes loosely strung together. It was also very bad.

This week hasn't been a good week for cinema. Sad
catscratches
オーディション [Audition]
I don't get it. Was it supposed to be scary? Was I supposed to feel anything or have any connection with the characters? Was there supposed to be some kind of chemistry between the characters?

No personality studies? No humour? No drama? No horror? No theme to explore? No social commentary? I give up. What was the point of it? Enlighten me! Was there some kind of symbolism that went way over my head? Is that why I don't get the point?
The pace was nice, as was the camera work, but the script is a bore from start to finish.


Pa Negre [Black Bread]
Agustí Villaronga, I love you. If you like El laberinto del fauno, you'll probably enjoy this. Pacing was far too quick, though, which I'd say is the main problem with the film. So it's not as good as his debut, but then again, what is?


Léon
Well, what did you expect? Of course I like parts of it. Pacing was too fast here too, though, and it really could have done with more focus on exploring the relationship between the main characters rather than climaxing in a silly action sequence. Oh, and Gary Oldman, this isn't the movie you're supposed to be in. You're looking for the silly action-comedy next set. Could you please get out of the way? We're filming here.


Dog Star Man
I need ADHD to get this, don't I?


Ladri di biciclette [The Bicycle Thief]
I don't have to say much about this, do I? It's a classic, and deservedly so.


Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse
Some great stuff occassionally shat over by Mrs. Coppola's pretentious monologues. Seriously, some of those lines are awful. Still, mostly great.


Tempo di viaggio [Voyage in Time]
It's Tarkovsky. Of course I loved it.


Little Children
Meh. The main characters are dull as ****** but some of the side-characters are kinda interesting even if they aren't handled very well. The narration's shit, as narration most often is. Rather competently made but the overall style is pretty bland.
Blummer
Watched Strange days yesterday. Brought back old memories. Nice music, perfect colors.
Blummer
Watched the Animal Farm (film). Did not enjoy it much. The animated one for me is better.
Chellesei
I watched "The Hunger Games" last March 28. It was a good movie! Smile Can't wait for "Catching Fire" and "Mockingjay" too~ Very Happy
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Goray gondogol' directed by Aniket Chattopadhyay. It is a bengali 'comedy of errors' type movie. The movie starring some talented actors of Bengal. First part of the movie is very good. Second part is unrealistic in some extent. Overall a good entertainer.
menino
I saw this movie called "the Blindside" a few days ago, and its very nice touching story, based on a true story, starring Sandra Bullock.
Its got something to do with American football, but moreover, its a family movie, and quite touching.
More than football, its about this white family that take in a poor big black teenager, and raise him up as part of their own family member, and has some twists and turns as well.

Its worth watching, even if you don't really know or enjoy American football.
Blummer
Watched The Pirates! in an Adventure with Scientists. Really funny animated film by Aardman. They are masters at their work.
LostOverThere
catscratches wrote:

Tempo di viaggio [Voyage in Time]
It's Tarkovsky. Of course I loved it.

My guilty admission is that I've never seen a Tarovsky film before. With that being said, I'd love to get into his work. Can you recommend a good place to start?
medesignz
Good old Jurassic Park was on the tele Very Happy
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Houseful 2'. It is a Sajid Nadiawala production directed by Sajid Khan. The moviw has a bunch of actors: Akshay Kumar, Asin, John Abhraham, Jacqueline Fernandez, Ritesh Deshmukh, Jarine khan, Shreyas Talpade, Shehnaz Padamshee, Chunky Pandey, Johny Lever with well supported by veteran artist Boman Irani, Randhir Kapoor, Rishi Kapoor, Ranjeet and Mithun Chakraborty. It is a out of out comedy film. Mithun and Akshay rocks.
catscratches
LostOverThere wrote:
catscratches wrote:

Tempo di viaggio [Voyage in Time]
It's Tarkovsky. Of course I loved it.

My guilty admission is that I've never seen a Tarovsky film before. With that being said, I'd love to get into his work. Can you recommend a good place to start?
Сталкер [Stalker] is probably one of his more accessible works and my favorite (although it's a close call).
Blummer
Titanic 3D. watched it a few days ago, only positive feelings.
cybersa
The Hunger Game.
While watching this movie,i feel like something different.
My Rating 6/10
mazito
i see las weekend a oldie

The Right Stuff

is about the first 7 astrounauts of the NASA
LostOverThere
mazito wrote:
i see las weekend a oldie

The Right Stuff

is about the first 7 astrounauts of the NASA

How had I not heard about this before? Madness. It sounds really fantastic though, I might have to check it out. Was it good?
Msnagyjr
I just watched the new MI: IV ghost protocol. I mostly was able to follow along without having watched any of the previous films. The acting is okay and the action is a cliche save the world type theme. Some funny parts. At least the black chick in the movie is hot
metalfreek
Just finished watching "Kingdom of Heaven", Nice movie great story.
medesignz
Jungle to Jungle... haha, how sad is that
loyal
Watched "scents and sensibility". Awful. Was expecting something much better due to the percentage review on rotten tomateos. I guess you can't always trust it.
catscratches
Scents and sensibility doesn't even appear to be on Rotten Tomatoes. It's on IMDB, though, on which it has a 4.1. Perhaps you meant Sense and Sensibility (as in the Jane Austen novel)? You didn't mix them up and view the wrong movie, did you? Laughing


And the trailer for Scents and Sensibility still doesn't convince me it really exists. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0ebl0TtqzM <- That's got to be a joke, right? It makes me think of this.
LostOverThere
catscratches wrote:
LostOverThere wrote:
catscratches wrote:

Tempo di viaggio [Voyage in Time]
It's Tarkovsky. Of course I loved it.

My guilty admission is that I've never seen a Tarovsky film before. With that being said, I'd love to get into his work. Can you recommend a good place to start?
Сталкер [Stalker] is probably one of his more accessible works and my favorite (although it's a close call).

Realised I missed your post before it seems. Sorry, and thanks for the suggestion! I've heard Stalker is an absolute cracker, so it's good to hear it's also a good, accessible, entry point as well.
catscratches
Well, accessible by Tarkovsky-standards, anyway.

Ordet

Brutal.
johans
Avenger... the best all actor in one movie.. hahaha...
sudipbanerjee
Last movie I saw 'Gosai baganer bhoot.' Its a Bengali comedy film. Entertaining but not very good.
Iceaxe0410
The last movie I saw was a film called "The Devil's Carnival." It is currently on a nationwide tour at select theaters. It was created by Darren Bousman and Terrence Zdunich. Darren Bousman is more known for his films "Repo: The Genetic Opera" and "Saw 2,3, and 4." It's actually quite a good film. It basically follows three characters who end up in hell. They have to undergo a trial based on three of Aesop's Fables to determine their fate. It's a dark musical. It also contains my favorite music artist: Emilie Autumn, so that's one more reason for me to enjoy it. If anyone ever gets a chance, they should check it out.
Chellesei
I watched "The Avengers" last May 5. It was SO great! It's really EPIC! I was totally amazed in this movie! I had high expectations to this movie and I'm glad that it didn't disappoint me. Very Happy
LostOverThere
Saw Iron Sky in cinemas the other day. You know, that Finnish/German/Australian film about SPACE NAZIS. It was alright, I just wish it was funnier. A lot of the jokes just fell flat.
The_unnamed_label
Silent Hill!!! which I've been told look a lot like the video game that inspired it!
The_unnamed_label
Planet Earth.... not sure its a movie as it is.... but maybe more a documentary.... but really guys, if you like this kinda things.... its simply beautiful, specially if you can watch it in Blue Ray!!! Beautiful images!
deanhills
I saw an old move "Enemy at the Gates" - World War movie. Stalingrad, the turning point in WW2. Pretty gruesome but Jude Law, Joseph Fiennes, Rachel Weisz and Ed Harris provided some good performances. Third time I've seen the movie.

FunDa
Avatar : the last Airbender , not the other movie

Kiddie-strength action scenes drag the film down, but the kiss of death is Shyamalan's gratuitous use of earth tones and the general dull, drab look of the film.The Last Airbender is a horrific mish-mash of genres that follows a depressingly large number of dead ends in adapting its source material.
welshsteve
Went to see The Avengers last week. Good film.
medesignz
What is Mallrats like? I have it recorded
cnitolo
At the cinema was The Avengers - Very Good! - much better than I thought
Blummer
Watched Dark Shadows Smile Tim Burton's recent film./
FunDa
cnitolo wrote:
At the cinema was The Avengers - Very Good! - much better than I thought



haha awesome.


I had been waiting for Avengewrs to come out for a long time.


Iron Man had a teaser about it coming soon too...


I love the whole superhero movie genre Smile

Brilliant action movie.
Blummer
Watched The Machinist (2004). Never saw it before really. Brilliant performance by Christian Bale.
heimi
last night with game of thrones
playfungames
In a movie hall the last movie I saw was "The Avengers"
In my home, the last one that i saw was "We Bought a Zoo"

Both were awesom movies by the way
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Bhooter Bhabisyot'. Its a bengali comedy film directed by Anik Dutta. A good entertainer.
lightningleo
i recently watched avengers.. it was a great movie.. and funny too...

i will be watching Step Up 3 and Age of Dragons today...
PapaMinouche
Avengers Very Happy
lightningleo
i watched step up 3 today..
awesome movie..
i recommend you all.. this movie..
Josso
This is not a movie
catscratches
Now that's just confusing! And both This Is Not a Movie and This Is Not a Film were released in 2011.
Iceaxe0410
The last movie I saw, was Cube 2: Hypercube. It wasn't my favorite movie of the series. I think the original cube was the best one. Cube Zero was ok, but not quite as good as the first one. I always wonder what goes wrong with sequels. In theory, if they kept to the same formula as the first one, it should be just as successful. Sure, it needs new traps and concepts to keep it new, but it just didn't work that well. They often change things too much that it loses much of it's original appeal. Still, I enjoyed Cube 2: Hypercube. It's not a bad movie by any means. It just could have been so much more. The number of traps were very few and kind of lame compared to the other ones.
rodexa
The last movie i saw was Hostel.

Description (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0450278/):
Three backpackers head to a Slovak city that promises to meet their hedonistic expectations, with no idea of the hell that awaits them.
deanhills
Day after Tomorrow. Probably the third time I've seen it over a couple of years or more. Still a great movie with Dennis Quaid.

zimmer
This topic is started in 2006 hehehe

will my last movie i saw is MIB 3-- i dont like it.. i fall sleep at the cinema.. lol
Blummer
Men in Black III. Not bad, but still worth watching only because of Will.
Blummer
Watched Velvet Goldmine, film from 1998. It's about glam rock scene and David Bowie-like look and else.
Iceaxe0410
The last movie I saw was American Ninja 4. I kind of went on a American Ninja marathon. I started with American Ninja. Then I saw the next three up to 4. I couldn't find any place to watch American Ninja 5. I sure miss those cheesy martial arts movies. Terrible dialogue, terrible acting, terrible martial arts, and terrible story. They were so bad, that it's good. It definitely was fun to watch them. I just remember watching them all the time on tv when I was a kid. I thought those movies were just awesome. Makes me miss those simpler times.
catscratches
Посетитель музея [Visitor of a Museum]
Oh, Константин Лопушанский! You know what gets me hard.

Tomboy
As do you, Céline Sciamma.

The Adventures of Tintin
I've never been too much of a Tintin-fan, so I didn't yell "betrayal!" like I probably would have, had I been one. Still a pretty bad movie.

Русская Симфония [Russian Symphony]
Not nearly as good as Константин Лопушанский's other two post-apocalyptic offerings. Mainly because people just don't seem to be able to shut up for a single second. The film is a constant noise. It's still got lots of the Константин Лопушанский goodness, though.

Auch Zwerge haben klein angefangen
Herzog's movies always seem somewhat directionless to me, and this is certainly a prime example. Still, it's Herzog; you can't help but love at least a little bit of it.

Full Metal Jacket
Good first half concludes in a not as good second half.

Batman Begins
Why did I even watch this? What could I possibly expect from Nolan?

No Bikini
Well, now that I have Tomboy, I don't really see why I'd need this. And whereas Zoé Héran had that androgynous look, Matreya Fedor is unmistakably a girl. B for effort.

Paths of Glory
Some of the acting is lacking, but it doesn't really detract all that much from an otherwise stellar experience.

Simon och ekarna
Some nice photography, but that's basically it. The acting's really quite bad and the script isn't much better. Perhaps would have enjoyed it if I'd read the book first, but it certainly doesn't work as a stand-alone film.

Dial M for Murder
[spoiler]Oh, Hitchcock, you. Ending was very weak, imo. Felt more like Hitchcock trying to get the bad guy caught simply because that's what you have to do rather than because it was a logical continuation of the story. If you ignore the ending, it was quite good.[/spoiler]

Labyrinth
Good puppets and props. Bad story, acting and pointless musical numbers.

Der siebente Kontinent
All is forgiven, Haneke. In fact, I don't recall ever being mad at you. Still, if I had been mad at you, all would now be forgiven.

El Topo
Ranges from utmost brilliance to utmost stupidity... with far more of the latter.

Каток и скрипка [The Steamroller and the Violin]
Quite nice, actually, but trite. Obviously can't rival any of his later works.

Mickey Blue Eyes & Live Free or Die Hard
The latter brought far more laughs than the former, albeit all unintentional. I also now remember why I don't watch TV.

War Requiem
Flawed but overall very nice.

Caligula
I expected lots and lots of stupid fun but all I got was a snoozefest. Not even an excellent Malcolm McDowell being his McDowelliest can save this from the boredom.
Blummer
Watched Prometheus today. Not spoiling but...beautiful film (if else fails for you).
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw '100% love' acted by Jeet and Koel. It is a bengali entertainment movie.
chartcentral
The last movie I saw was Courageous, from the makers of Flywheel, Facing the Giants and Fireproof. Smile
Tuvitor
Avengers (2012)

Loved the Hulk, Iron Man, Thor... and Joss Whedon's writing. Very Happy
Iceaxe0410
Last movie I saw was the Punisher: War Zone. I have to say it was better than I thought it would be. At least he looked somewhat like Frank Castle in comparison to the Dolph Lundgren Punisher. I actually like the Dolph Lundgren one better though for some reason. I guess I just like the old B grade action movies even though I thought he looked nothing like the comic book Punisher. I can't say much about the second Punisher since I haven't seen that one. I think I'll have to make it my next film to watch just for comparison sakes.
catscratches
Mulholland Dr.
Ugh. Uuuugh.

این فیلم نیست [This Is Not a Film]
Excellent. Absolutely essential for anyone even slightly interested in Iranian politics or film.

Der siebente Kontinent
Rewatched since it's just that good.

海がきこえる [I Can Hear the Sea / Ocean Waves]
Thought I hadn't watched this already but apparently I had but simply forgot all about it. I guess that really tells you everything you need to know about how memorable/good it is. Easily Ghibli's worst (with a potential exception for My Neighbors the Yamadas which I have yet to manage to get through).
mazito
Yesterday i saw "State of Play" with Ben Afleck,
sudipbanerjee
Last film I saw 'Rowdy Rathore.' the fil is directed By Prabhu Deva and main cast includes Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha. Its a remake of Telegu Blockbuster 'Vikramakudu'. Its a comedy action movie. moderate entertainer.
Gregoric
My last movie was first Paranormal activity, it was few days ago. Recently I don't watch any movies on TV because of the Euro. So, I've watched it for the first time, believe me or not. Some friends were telling me it is scary like hell, I won't sleep for a week and so on. I am however fan of all kinds of horrors, may it be movies, books or games. Thus the film wasn't so scary for me. Sometimes it made me laugh Smile. However, liked the simplicity of how the movie was made, naturality of actor play. I can recommend the movie for anyone, even if you don't like scary movies Smile.
sudipbanerjee
Last movie I saw is a bengali classic 'Sare chuattar'. I watched this movie several times but still it entertains me. A good work of comedy by some best comedian like bhanu banerjee, Jahar Roy, Nabadwip halder, Tulsi Chakraborty, Malina Devi with Suchitra Sen and great Uttamkumar.
Blummer
Watched Abraham Lincoln - Vampire Hunter 3D. Horrible stuff for me personally. Laughing Not bad in terms of effects and all that, but still far from what I could've enjoyed.
jacksmooth29
MIB3 awesome movie!!
mazito
WIN WIN with Paul Giamatti
rogue_skydragon
Jurassic Park, baby! Woooo!
Iceaxe0410
Yesterday, I rewatched "The Machete." Still a good film in my opinion, but I felt a bit disappointed when I first saw it. The short trailer for the film made it look like it would be so much more awesome then it was. I guess they did have to put filler and an actual storyline and plot, but I could have easily done well with a nonsensical story and cheese fest and I would have still enjoyed it. I still hope they make a sequel. I'd like to see that.
zimmer
douzy wrote:
What was the last movie you saw? Mine was the Gridiron Gang. That movie is really impressive.


Wow! this post was 2006 and it keep on increasing the page..

me " Avengers" Smile
jackshoote29
i just watch last nyt something borrowed at fox movie =)
johnshote
just go with it =) i love that movie!
joesuthe
scream4!!!!
mazito
The Oxford murders with Elijah, John Hurt and Leonor Watling
Josso
Errr I haven't seen many new movies recently but I rewatched Nothing (2003) and a documentary called Resurrect Dead
medesignz
See No Evil, Hear No Evil
chartcentral
The last movie I saw was Eddie, the story of a female New York Knicks basketball coach. I watched it on TV, dubbed in our national language. Smile
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Yamraaj ek faulad'. Its actually a Telegu film named 'Simhadri' dubbed in Hindi. Main cast include Jr. NTR, Bhoomika Chawla, Sharad Saxena, Mukesh Rishi, Rahul Dev, Nassar. Action packed movie. Great entertainer
psychorollercoaster
well the last movie that i saw was Prometheus.....and tonight...its gonna be another one Wink
catscratches
Barry Lyndon
*sigh* Kubrick, you uneven bastard.

Day of the Fight
Exactly what you'd expect it to be.

The Serpent's Egg
According to Bergman, his worst film. Out of the ones I've seen, I'm inclined to agree. Still, some moments of brilliance.

Vredens Dag
Yessss.

Benny's Video
Oh, Haneke! You know what buttons to push.

71 Fragmente einer Chronologie des Zufalls
Marry me, Haneke!

Caché
On second thought, maybe not. Haneke just doesn't seem to work as well when not in German, for whatever reason.

鉄男 [Tetsuo: The Iron Man]
The visuals and the soundtrack are all amazing. Apart from that, though, it leaves a lot to be desired. Worth a watch for those alone.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1
So my sister loves this and wants us all to watch it all the time. Hopefully, she'll grow out of it like she grew out of the Twilight films (at least she didn't try to get the rest of us to watch those).

Ghost (1990), Godzilla (1998)
Awful movie night.

Catch Me If You Can
Turning such an interesting person into such an uninteresting, boring film is quite an achievement. Good job, Spielberg.

Yumurta
Awesome.
Blummer
Watched Die another Day from James Bond series - first time ever. Had no intentions to watch this hi-tech Bond, but anyway - that film is total fail.
deanhills
Interesting war movie about the Russian invasion in Georgia. Tough to be a reporter in war zones.

Quote:
5 Days of War (also known as 5 Days of August) is a 2011 action film by Finnish director Renny Harlin.[3] The story is about the 2008 South Ossetia war [4] over a Russian-backed breakaway region in Georgia, including the events leading up to the conflict.

The film was released in Georgia as 5 Days of August, and in other countries as 5 Days of War and also City on Fire.

Source: Wikipedia

5 days of War/August
SFactor123
Last film I watched was Christopher Nolan's 'The Prestige', loved this film and the performances of the actors Christian Bale, Hugh and Scarlet.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw' Simha'. Its actually a Telegu movie dubbed in Hindi. main casts include BalaKrishna, Sneha Ullal, Nayantara, Brahmananda, Ali and many more. time pass movie.
deanhills
Just seen a very old movie "As good as it gets" with Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt. Wow, it's a good movie! Jack Nicholson is probably the best actor ever. Just a pleasure to watch when there is really very few good movies lately.
catscratches
Süt
Incredible follow-up to Yumurta, though I still prefer Yumurta by a little bit.

Fright Night (1985 & 2011)
Fans of the original will hate me for this but honestly, the remake was more logically consistent and better acted with better characters. Though on the other hand the pop-culture references in it were truly abysmal. They're both awful but thankfully sometimes step into so-bad-it's-good territory.

Bad Boys II
Was on TV. I couldn't make it through more than 20 minutes cause that was truly a spit in the face of the viewer. I thought people were exaggerating how bad Michael Bay was but apparently not. I don't really get the appeal of Will Smith. He's a decent (but certainly not good) actor, sure, but he's yet to be in a single movie which isn't absolute shit.

Jarhead
Eh. Not as bad as some make it out to be. Not good either, to be sure, but not really bad. The story's good enough, it's just the direction and audiowork that's bad. It could do without constantly reminding you of other, better films you'd rather be watching.

The Meaning of Life
The most uneven of the films. If you're a die-hard Python fan you'll have to see it (and you have already...), but otherwise you'll probably gain more laughs by just rewatching the other films or the series.

Scanners
The B-movie plot and feel keeps hogging down what could otherwise have been an excellent film. I suppose that's how I feel about a lot of Cronenberg.

The Godfather: Part II
Just as good as the first one.

Up
Is that... a Pixar film with actual characters and character development in the center of the focus? Oh wait, no. Now it's doing its regular adventure action thingy and pushing character to the side. Oh well, it was fun for the ten minutes it lasted.
LostOverThere
catscratches wrote:
Süt
Incredible follow-up to Yumurta, though I still prefer Yumurta by a little bit.

Fright Night (1985 & 2011)
Fans of the original will hate me for this but honestly, the remake was more logically consistent and better acted with better characters. Though on the other hand the pop-culture references in it were truly abysmal. They're both awful but thankfully sometimes step into so-bad-it's-good territory.

Bad Boys II
Was on TV. I couldn't make it through more than 20 minutes cause that was truly a spit in the face of the viewer. I thought people were exaggerating how bad Michael Bay was but apparently not. I don't really get the appeal of Will Smith. He's a decent (but certainly not good) actor, sure, but he's yet to be in a single movie which isn't absolute shit.

Jarhead
Eh. Not as bad as some make it out to be. Not good either, to be sure, but not really bad. The story's good enough, it's just the direction and audiowork that's bad. It could do without constantly reminding you of other, better films you'd rather be watching.

The Meaning of Life
The most uneven of the films. If you're a die-hard Python fan you'll have to see it (and you have already...), but otherwise you'll probably gain more laughs by just rewatching the other films or the series.

Scanners
The B-movie plot and feel keeps hogging down what could otherwise have been an excellent film. I suppose that's how I feel about a lot of Cronenberg.

The Godfather: Part II
Just as good as the first one.

Up
Is that... a Pixar film with actual characters and character development in the center of the focus? Oh wait, no. Now it's doing it's regular adventure action thingy and pushing character to the side. Oh well, it was fun for the ten minutes it lasted.

Hah, oh catscratches. Your scathing film reviews are easily my favourite part of Frihost. You also reminded me that I need to seeing The Godfather: Part 2. I've only seen the first one, and it's magnificent. How come I haven't seen the others?
catscratches
I also waited quite a while between seeing the first and Part II. I suppose one thing that keeps you of seeing it is the length. 3 hours and 20 minutes is quite the undertaking so at the point where you're going "Hmm, what movie am I gonna see today?" it's usually too late for it already. I find that movies longer than 2 hours usually require some kind of planning ahead.
medesignz
There should be a movie club forum post
D'Artagnan
A Time to Kill
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw a Hindi classic 'Anand' directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. Main casts include Rajesh Khanna and Amitabh Bachchan. The story is about a cancer patient (Rajesh Khanna) who has only three-four months of Life and who believes in living his life to the fullest. Great acting of main casts as well as by side actors/actress. The movie has some great songs which include my favourite 'Zindagi kaisi hai paheli'. A great movie to watch. Rajesh died in the last week. He was the Romantic and Tragedy king of Hindi cinema. This movie is one of the greatest in his career.
subhan1
Madagascar Smile
Iceaxe0410
Last film I saw was "The Devil's Carnival" for a third time. It's currently on another road tour. Playing in single movie theatres in select cities. It has my favorite artist in it: Emilie Autumn. It's a project created by Darren Bousman and Terrence Zdunich who created Repo: The Genetic Opera. I really like the film. It is surprisingly good. It's basically about three sinners and their journey into Hell known as the Devil's Carnival. It follows the path of each one, telling it through the lense of one of Aesop's Fables. It's a musical too. They are talking about developing a second episode once they finish up this road tour.
robertswift
Recently i have seen The Dark Knight Rises. Its really nice movie to watch. Me and Mine all friends enjoyed this movie so much. Bat man is awesome............
cybersa
The Dark Knight Rises:
I watched "Batman 3" in Tamil(Native language).
It was very nice.
My Rating 8/10.
medesignz
cybersa wrote:
The Dark Knight Rises:
I watched "Batman 3" in Tamil(Native language).
It was very nice.
My Rating 8/10.


I have heard only positive reviews except 1... pah... what do they know Wink
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw an old Bengali classic 'Sesh Anko' (may be translated as "The last calculation"). It is a Crime thriller starring some stalwarts of Bengali Cinema like Uttamkumar, Sabitri Chattopadhyay, Sharmila Tagore, Bikash roy, Kamal Mitra, Pahari Sanyal, Tarunkumar, Utpal Dutta and many more. A great movie to watch
Blummer
The Dark Knight Rises. Nice film. One thing I have to say - while watching this film one should forget about Joker, though I understand he has become an icon.
LostOverThere
The other day I saw "Still Walking". It's a Japanese film and was very much like any Ozu film in style and narrative. I really enjoyed it! Check it out.
sudipbanerjee
Yesterday evening I saw a hindi movie 'Anand' directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. I watch this movie several times but still its interesting. Excellent work of acting by Rajesh khanna (who passed away in the last month) in a cancer patient role. Good support by Amitav Bacchan and some others. Songs are also good which include my favourite 'Zindagi kayse yeh paheli hai'.
menino
Last week, I saw Ice age 4.
Its a kids movie, I guess, but there were a lot of jokes in it that us adults found funny.
All of us were laughing watching it.

Initially, I didn't want to go for it, since it was a kids movie, but since the tickets were cheap, and my friends invited me to go along, I thought they might be disappointed if I refused.
Initially, to me it was just a silly cartoon, but after a while, the fun started pouring in.
rogue_skydragon
"The Fifth Element" with Bruce Willis! Such a classic, yet weird movie.
nepalstar
The last movie I saw - Jism 2
Finally the wait if over to see Porn Star Sunnly Leone's debut Hindi film Jism-2, which was written by Mahesh Bhatt and produced by Pooja Bhatt. This film is a the sequal to the film Jism, which was released in 2003 starred another sexy actress Bipasha Basu. In the film Jism 2, the story of the film revolves around a pron star, who is hired by intelligence officer to become a honey-trap for a dreaded assassin. In doing so, she not only has to confront her bitter sweet past, but is also force to make an impossible shoice one that will put her own life in double jeapardy. The story is good...! and songs are also nice. It's nice to see Porn star Sunny Leone in a new look...!
medesignz
nepalstar wrote:
The last movie I saw - Jism 2
Finally the wait if over to see Porn Star Sunnly Leone's debut Hindi film Jism-2, which was written by Mahesh Bhatt and produced by Pooja Bhatt. This film is a the sequal to the film Jism, which was released in 2003 starred another sexy actress Bipasha Basu. In the film Jism 2, the story of the film revolves around a pron star, who is hired by intelligence officer to become a honey-trap for a dreaded assassin. In doing so, she not only has to confront her bitter sweet past, but is also force to make an impossible shoice one that will put her own life in double jeapardy. The story is good...! and songs are also nice. It's nice to see Porn star Sunny Leone in a new look...!
I'm intrigued.. This is NOT a porn film right?
Blummer
Watched The Dark Knight Rises yesterday, quite impressed by the script, music and other details.
catscratches
The Angelic Conversation
The hell was up with the poorly greenscreened man? I mean, the rest of it was good and all, but surely that should have been cut? After all, the whole scene was quite unnecessary even without the awful effect. I mean, that looked liked something out of the 80s! ... Oh... well that part didn't age well...

Stranded (2002, Charles Beeson)
Why the hell did you buy this, dad? A made-for-TV film, and boy does it show.

Bal
Holy ****** shit! If that wasn't a great way to end a trilogy, I don't know what is.

Au revoir les enfants
You win this round, Louis Malle, but it sometimes borders on trite.

On Her Majesty's Secret Service
What a glorious trainwreck of awful!

或る旅人の日記 [The Diary of Tortov Roddle] (rewatch)
This is what all fantasy should be like. I don't want cliché, shitty storylines about saving the world and such trite boring stuff. I want a fantastical, mysterious world and its inhabitans living their lives and adapting to their surroundings.

Fantasy
Tortov Roddle's less impressive sibling. The (very!) short stories are really too abrupt to get much of a connection to them or to paint up a coherent world.

天使のたまご [Angel's Egg] (rewatch)
Definitely more narrative than Tortov Roddle but still carries some of the same charm.
medesignz
catscratches wrote:
The Angelic Conversation
The hell was up with the poorly greenscreened man? I mean, the rest of it was good and all, but surely that should have been cut? After all, the whole scene was quite unnecessary even without the awful effect. I mean, that looked liked something out of the 80s! ... Oh... well that part didn't age well...

Stranded (2002, Charles Beeson)
Why the hell did you buy this, dad? A made-for-TV film, and boy does it show.

Bal
Holy ****** shit! If that wasn't a great way to end a trilogy, I don't know what is.

或る旅人の日記 [The Diary of Tortov Roddle] (rewatch)
This is what all fantasy should be like. I don't want cliché, shitty storylines about saving the world and such trite boring stuff. I want a fantastical, mysterious world and its inhabitans living their lives and adapting to their surroundings.

Fantasy
Tortov Roddle's less impressive sibling. The (very!) short stories are really too abrupt to get much of a connection to them or to paint up a coherent world.

天使のたまご [Angel's Egg] (rewatch)
Definitely more narrative than Tortov Roddle but still carries some of the same charm.


Should we start giving these films ratings Smile
catscratches
I don't particularly like ratings. I do have ratings on RYM, but they're on the form of "dislike, meh, like".


The Hunger Games
I have nothing against people with Parkinson's (my grandfather has it), but maybe don't let them do the camera work? I've never liked action-films but at least in the good old days you could actually see the action in them. I haven't read the books so I don't know if the awful script and characters is the fault of the film or the source material, but the wooden acting sure is the film's fault. Overall, there's a lot of plot holes, stupid directing, ridiculous camera work and general stupidity to make fun of if you're in the mood for that. Could be fun to get a few friends together and tear it to shreds, but I'd say there are better movies for that.
Blummer
The Shawshank Redemption. interesting, but I've never watched it. I like Robbinss' character.
silverdown
The last movie I saw was The Philadelphia Experiment on Syfy Channel
Josso
silverdown wrote:
The last movie I saw was The Philadelphia Experiment on Syfy Channel


I've never ever ever ever seen an above 2/10 syfy original apart from alphas which is apparently them.
Mr_Howl
Amelie.

I've heard good things about it, but wasn't expecting much--seems like one of those hoity-toity "oh, you just don't get it"-type of movies.

But damn, it was good. Really good.
medesignz
Indiana Jones and Some Crystal Skull... I had to turn it off... It continued to insult my intelligence.
Josso
Mr_Howl wrote:
Amelie.

I've heard good things about it, but wasn't expecting much--seems like one of those hoity-toity "oh, you just don't get it"-type of movies.

But damn, it was good. Really good.


Heh yeah expect 95% of French films like that to be pretty hoity-toity as you put it.

You might like michael haneke actually check out some of his films
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'The Dirty Picture' - a Hindi movie. The movie has a great star cast like Nassiruddin Shah, Imraan Hashmi, Tushar Kapoor, Rajesh Sharma, Anju Mahendru but all glamour has been stolen by film's heroine Vidya Balan. The movie is based on unofficial life story of Silk Smitha, a South Indian actress noted for her erotic roles. Great acting by Vidya. She get several awards including National awards for best heroine for this movie. Good movie to watch.
catscratches
Container
Interesting but got tiresome the last 20 minutes. So would have worked better as a 50-minute film, or preferably 40 minutes.

Lacombe, Lucien
Superior to Au revoir les enfants if you ask me (but you didn't).

極道恐怖大劇場 牛頭 GOZU
Takashi Miike always confuses me. I'm not sure what the intention of his movies are. This one had some good visuals and a nice pacing (so like most Miike-films) but that's really it. I didn't really find any of it funny, if that was the intention, and the plot was definitely not engaging.

Ritual in Transfigured Time
Not as great as Meshes of the Afternoon or At Land but still worth a watch.

Filmstudie
The eyeballs kinda ruin it with their sillyness. Otherwise enjoyable.

Les quatre cents coups
Not sure what there is to say about this, really. It's pretty good.

My Dinner With Andre
I thought the initial 30 minutes (give or take) were a bit dull, actually. But from there on it only gets better.

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Něco z Alenky
Jan Švankmajer is what Tim Burton could only dream of being.
Josso
catscratches wrote:
極道恐怖大劇場 牛頭 GOZU
Takashi Miike always confuses me. I'm not sure what the intention of his movies are. This one had some good visuals and a nice pacing (so like most Miike-films) but that's really it. I didn't really find any of it funny, if that was the intention, and the plot was definitely not engaging.


lol have you seen Visitor Q I think that was him. Nasty lil' film.

I don't think it was supposed to be about anything and that is something I rarely say, people are easy to slap that label on abstract or confusing films but I don't use it lightly. I watched it with my friend who is also into films and he came to the same conclusion. At first it seemed like certain things were trying to put across some message or another but they weren't really clear enough to say for sure - and yeah some of I think was trying to be funny like the whole ladle thing lol but I generally considered the film to be good and put in the section of "for further review". Maybe it's one of those things that can't be comprehended in one watch.
catscratches
Haven't seen Visitor Q.

I agree there wasn't really any intended thematics (other than a few hints at homosexuality) but I meant more how it was intended rather than what it was intended to be about. I'm not sure what my reaction is supposed to be, because I was rather indifferent toward it (other than the cozy pacing).
dharmin
just saw The dark knight rises, i know its pretty late but better late then never. It wasn't as good as i hoped it would be. but still i would rate it 9/10 because its a christopher nolan/batman movie.
menino
medesignz wrote:
nepalstar wrote:
The last movie I saw - Jism 2
Finally the wait if over to see Porn Star Sunnly Leone's debut Hindi film Jism-2, which was written by Mahesh Bhatt and produced by Pooja Bhatt. This film is a the sequal to the film Jism, which was released in 2003 starred another sexy actress Bipasha Basu. In the film Jism 2, the story of the film revolves around a pron star, who is hired by intelligence officer to become a honey-trap for a dreaded assassin. In doing so, she not only has to confront her bitter sweet past, but is also force to make an impossible shoice one that will put her own life in double jeapardy. The story is good...! and songs are also nice. It's nice to see Porn star Sunny Leone in a new look...!
I'm intrigued.. This is NOT a porn film right?


No, its not a porn film, but just has a porn actress in it, i.e. Sunny Leone.
I've not seen it, but some of my friends say itwasn't all that great, especially the women. My male friends seemed like they just were undressing Suny Leone, with their eyes and mind, in the movie. Laughing
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Mere Hindustan ki kasam' starring Nagarjuna, Prakash Raj, Brahmananda and many more character artists. Its a Tamil and Telegu film dubbed in Hindi. The story deals with a flight hijacking incident. thriller and entertainer.
hflorin
Hmm, last movie: The Big Year.

is a movie with steve martin, black jack and owen wilson.
they are trying to see how many birds the can see in north america in time of a year and they race for the win (winner dont get anything) ... and is supose to be a comedy, but is only funny thats all, you can laugh that much...
Blummer
Watched Brave and I can say, it's really beautiful.

Pixar are still at the top of their job, they are simply fantastic. Character design, gag ideas, distinctive characters, everything is in right place. Definitely one of the best works they have done, though some may criticize it.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Ek tha tiger' directed by Kabir Khan. Main cast includes Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif. Its a romantic action thriller. Salman and Katrina are the secret agent of India and Pakistan. When they fall in love then the problem begins. Good entertainer. The movie is already become blockbuster in India.
Blummer
Watched Men in Black 3, definitely better than 2, more interesting, not giving you any chance to fall asleep Laughing
rogue_skydragon
"The Ultimate Wave Tahiti" by Stephen Low featuring Kelly Slater. Great IMAX documentary film.
breakup
Girl, Interrupted
V for Vendetta
Fight club
I'm not there
Man who wasn't there
Brokeback Mountain
Ntham
The last movie I saw at cinema was Prometheus, directed by Ridley Scott. Visually is very clear and beautiful. Amazing cast with: Michael Fassbender, Charlize Theron, Guy Pearce, Noomi Rapace and Idris Elba.

Supposedly it's the prequel of Alien but not so dark. I recommend to see it in 3D.
kmr_mukund
i had seen last movie in my home at laptop.the movie name is "ek hi bhool".movie was so irretating.i never seen this type of bad movie.this movie waste my tow hour time.now i have decided that i will see only superhit movie.
Blummer
Watched remake of Total Recall. Quite happy with that, this new rendition is not as bad as I thought it would be.
Tuvitor
Joss Whedon's "The Avengers"

Awesome film. Would watch again. Already did.
Insanity
I saw the Dark Knight Rises. It was an awesome movie. It wasn't as good as the first two, though. I think the earlier ones were much better, with the Dark Knight being the best one.
welshsteve
In the cinema it was Batman: Dark Knight Rises

On TV it was an old Wesley Snipes film that was on Turner Classic Movies the other night called "Murder at 1600", about a murder at the White House. Haven't seen the end yet though because I got tired so recorded the last 40 minutes Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing
Skiing_Is_Euphoria
the last movie I saw was this awkward and dragged out movie called perfume. it was basically about how humans liked smelling things to the point where they could be controlled by a perfume. about 1 rapy murder, 1 orgy and 2 and half hours later the movie finally ends, leaving viewers bored, relieved, frustrated, and slightly violated
sysna
i just watched "the avengers" couple of hours ago and i didn't like it, i don't know why the score on imdb website is so high for this movie ! i've just wasted my money again Sad
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Jhinder bandi' directed by Tapan Sinha. The story is written by Saradindu Bandyopadhyay based on 'The prisoner of Jhind'. Old and Classic movie. great acting by Uttamkumar (in double role), Soumitra Chatterjee, Tarunkumar, Arunduti Devi, Dilip Roy, Snadhya Roy, radhamohan bhattacharya and many others.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw "Barfi' directed by Anurag Basu. Main starcast include Ranbir Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra, Ileana D'Cruz. The film is a romantic comedy. This is the story of a deaf and mute boy and his relation with two girls, one of whom is autistic. Awesome movie. The film has been selected as India's official entry for the Best Foreign Language Film nomination for the 85th Academy Awards in February 2013. Best of Luck 'Barfi'.
medesignz
the last movie I saw was 'Bean'

its got too much talking from Mr Bean for my liking
sudipbanerjee
The last movie i saw 'Barfi' directed by Anurag Basu. It is a hindi romantic comedy film. The story revolves around a deaf and mute boy and his relation with two girls one of whom is Autistic. Excellent movie. The film has been selected as the Indian official entry for the Best Foreign language film nomination for 85th Academy Awards. Best of luck Barfi.
dude_xyx
Watched Matrix first movie again. After like few year ! Still its a gives you a great fun.
RosenCruz
The Anchorman. Not a bad one . A nice picture of 70's Very Happy
darthrevan
The last one that I can think of is the Avengers .
codersfriend
Slumdog Millionaire

Great indian story...

"Jai ho"
ShannonHBC
The Green Mile

Very good, worth watching Smile
Josso


Shocked Surprised Shocked Surprised

Good film
Lishmares
The last movie i saw was Paranormal activity 3 and i cant wait to see the 4!
catscratches
시 [Poetry]
For all the lovers of poignant badminton.

Robin Hood
I could definitely get over the false advertising if what it actually was was something even remotely decent. More fuel for my, I assume somewhat controversial, opinion that Ridley Scott hasn't done a half-decent thing in his life.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
Having the clichéd final battle in the middle of the night might seem like a good idéa at the time, but when the viewer for the most part only sees a blue screen, it might not be all that exciting (unless, of course, we're talking about Blue).

Kvarteret Skatan Reser Till Laholm
Not particularly funny, but not particularly unfunny either. Watchable but not worth watching.

Black Narcissus
Gorgeous visuals and it truly feels like it was filmed in Asia (but perhaps that just illustrated how easily deceivable I am). The characters don't grab me, though, and the ending feels silly and unmotivated. In the end, I suppose it's not really about plot or character, but I still think it could be stronger in that department.

Jacob's Ladder
Another film where plot and characters comes second. Somehow I liked this more, though it has its flaws as well.

Sátántangó
Took me 3 days but it sure was worth it. Not sure if it beats Werckmeister Harmoniák, but it's up there among the best films ever made.

North by Northwest
Now I know what the Bond-films are trying desperately (and failing tremendously) to emulate. It's not the kind of movie I normally like but Hitchcock somehow makes it work.

Bonnie and Clyde
Those interested in a historically accurate retelling should immediately vacate the premises. Those interested in a generally good film can stay.

오아시스 [Oasis]
A convicted fellon goes, upon release, to the home of the man he ran over and attempts to rape his handicapped daugther. A loving relationship ensues. ... It's not like that, I swear!

The Transporter
I guess you have to be more into big, burly men rolling around in oil to like this. It's not that I'm against some hot same-sex action, this just isn't my definition of 'hot'. Sorry.

Vertigo
Hitchcock does it again. [spoiler]I think I would have like it more if it turned out he was wrong and was just using the poor woman to try to relive his lost love in an exceptionally creepy manner. But maybe that's why I'm not a screenwriter.[/spoiler]

GoodFellas
Terrible, unrelatable people doing terrible, unrelatable things: The Movie. You'd think that'd be a terrible thing. It's not. The drug part was kinda boring, though, as drugs usually are.

ואלס עם באשיר [Waltz With Bashir]
I don't know what the heck you're talking about. The animation in this was marvellous.

Nekromantik
A necrophiliac street cleaner decides to take work home when he brings a corpse for some fun home-activities. Somehow, things go wrong (who would've thunk it?). The dead-serious (hah!) tone is what makes it.

Dr. No
The (not-so) humble beginnings of our (not-so) favourite agent. It has a nicer, slower pace than subsequent iterations but all the other awfulness can be found here already.

Ansikte mot ansikte
Pretty much your typical Bergman and with the typical Bergman quality (bloody excellent, that is).

Soul Surfer
Think of your average bland, cheesy "inspirational" movie. That's Soul Surfer for you.

Äta sova dö
My mom wanted to go see it with me, cause "you like independent film, right?". I expected the kind of terribly sentimental film she sees as high-form cinema (which I would argue is among the lowest forms of cinema) but we were both surprised at how unsentimental it was. Almost Haneke-ian in nature. But whereas Haneke's films always have a clear drive and purpose, this didn't really seem to get anywhere (and naturally it lacked the violence of Haneke).

Hugo
Somewhat enjoyable despite how an utter mess the script was and the tedious overacting. Should have just decided for what it wanted to be and stuck with it rather than try to be (and fail at) several different movies in one. Very disappointing for Scorsese.

Nejasná správa o konci sveta [An Ambiguous Report About the End of the World]
Terrible things happening to terrible people. Probably the oddest "fantasy" film I have ever seen in that it doesn't contain a single fantasy-element whatsoever.

Vampyr: Der Traum des Allan Grey
There is something very special about early vampire-films. They have a sense of realness to the world you don't really see in any other horror-films. They're not really scary by modern standards (but I don't get scared by anything so what do I know) but that's okay since they compensate with and excellent sense of atmosphere and closeness to the world portrayed. This is certainly no exception and Dreyer knows how to use it to its full potential. It doesn't have the poignancy of his dramas and i.m.o. can't really live up to them but that's okay.
Peterssidan
Last film I watched was Magnum Force. Tonight I will watch The Enforcer which is another film in the Dirty Harry series.
deanhills
Peterssidan wrote:
Last film I watched was Magnum Force. Tonight I will watch The Enforcer which is another film in the Dirty Harry series.
I really love those Dirty Harry series, haven't seen them in a long while. And also Clint Eastwood in the Spaghetti Western movies. Great movie classics.
Josso
catscratches wrote:
Äta sova dö
My mom wanted to go see it with me, cause "you like independent film, right?". I expected the kind of terribly sentimental film she sees as high-form cinema (which I would argue is among the lowest forms of cinema)


Haven't seen the film but I know what you mean by that. If you often watch "arty" or independent films people will basically just suggest a bunch of pretentious French films to you.
catscratches
I don't have a problem with what people generally regard as pretentious (which is quite a useless word as it's hurled against pretty much anything that is trying to be something else than just entertainment). I do have a problem with sentimentality and quirkiness for the sake of quirkiness. ... and symbolism where it doesn't add anything (which is most times).


Whoa! They're totally being all sad and all while wearing circus-make up, something tradionally being associated with fun times! How quirky! What a marvellous comment on how we're all hiding our true emotions and pretending to be something we're not!
Blummer
Watched Mr. Nobody

from IMDB:

In the year 2092, one hundred eighteen year old Nemo is recounting his life story to a reporter. He is less than clear, often times thinking that he is only thirty-four years of age. But his story becomes more confusing after he does focus on the fact of his current real age. He tells of his life at three primary points in his life: at age nine (when his parents divorced), age sixteen and age thirty-four. The confusing aspect of the story is that he tells of alternate life paths, often changing course with the flick of a decision at each of those ages. One life path has him ultimately married to Elise, a depressed woman who never got over the unrequited love she had for a guy named Stefano when she was a teenager and who asked Nemo to swear that when she died he would sprinkle her ashes on Mars. A second life path has him married to Jean. Their life is one of luxury but one also of utter boredom. And a third life path has him in a torrid romance with his step-sister Anna, the two who, as adults, would search for each other after having been torn apart as teenagers. These life paths also intersect, with the three women sometimes entering the alternate life in some other aspect. Are any of these lives real or are they all a figment of his imagination?



I've enjoyed this film. It has got quite beautiful color, unusual editing and emotional moments.
darthrevan
The last.movie I watched last night was Robinson Curuso
cybersa
Today noon i watched Step UP 3 on Star Movies.
medesignz
cybersa wrote:
Today noon i watched Step UP 3 on Star Movies.
Yet another Ghostbusters outing... It must be nearly christmas
ShannonHBC
Love Actually

Such a great film! <3
dude_xyx
I watched Looper yesterday. The end was not something I expected. A pretty good movie.
Blummer
Never had a chance (or time) to watch Dark Crystal. Watched it yesterday.

There you go



Another planet, another time. 1000 years ago the mysterious Dark Crystal was damaged by one of the Urskeks and an age of chaos has began! The evil race of grotesque birdlike lizards the Skeksis, gnomish dragons who rule their fantastic planet with an iron claw. Meanwhile the orphan Jen, raised in solitude by a race of the peace-loving wizards called the Mystics, embarks on a quest to find the missing shard of the Dark Crystal which gives the Skesis their power and restore the balance of the universe. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

Another planet, another time. 1000 years ago the Dark Crystal was damaged by one of the Urskeks and an age of chaos began. Now the time of the great conjunction of the three suns is near. If the crystal is not healed now the control of the evil Skekses will last forever. Jen the last of the Gelflings nearly exterminated by monsters controlled by the Skekses starts his dangerous journey to find the missing shard of the crystal. Will he be able to heal the crystal and restore order on the planet? Written by Matthias Scheler <tron@lyssa.owl.de>
LostOverThere
The Brisbane International Film Festival is on at the moment so I've been seeing a bunch of films there! So far it's been really cool!

Despite the Gods is a documentary about David Lynch's daughter, Jennifer Lynch and her struggle to make a film in India (for reference, the film is called "Hisss"). The filming went horribly wrong and it's pretty much 90 minutes of this lady having a break down. It's pretty great! I enjoyed it.

Bergman and Magnini: The War of the Volcanos is an archival documentary about the affair with Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rossellini amongst many other things. Unfortunately, the film relies entirely on archival footage, which whilst normally would be fine, fails in this case as the documentarians clearly didn't have enough footage to work with. As a result the execution is decidedly average. Still, a fascinating story.

Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present is a documentary about a performance artist. I went in to this one blind - I knew nothing about performance art whatsoever and figured worst-case-scenario I'd learn something. Turns out it was an amazing documentary. Go see it if you have the chance. And preferably read as little about it as possible.
catscratches
LostOverThere wrote:

Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present is a documentary about a performance artist. I went in to this one blind - I knew nothing about performance art whatsoever and figured worst-case-scenario I'd learn something. Turns out it was an amazing documentary. Go see it if you have the chance. And preferably read as little about it as possible.
Here's a game simulating the experience, including waiting in line and buying a ticket. You can only play it during the museum's open hours.

O-bi, O-ba - Koniec cywilizacji [O-Bi, O-Ba - The End of Civilization]
Now this is the kind of post-apocalyptic I love! Post-apocalypse as an excuse for dialogues about philosphy, religion and hopelessness.

12 Monkeys
La Jetée did it better in every way. This feels like an inferior Hollywood-version of that.

คำพิพากษาของมหาสมุทร [Invisible Waves]
Most underrated film I've seen so far? (2.96 at RYM) Anti-thriller of almost Haneke-ian proportions (the difference being that Ratanaruang doesn't show direct contempt for his audience). Whereas Haneke shows violence in contrast to the mundane, this seems to show violence as part of the mundane, with the camera almost always in the distance. Least thrilling thriller of all time? Possibly. Best thriller of all time? Possibly.

スワロウテイル [Swallowtail Butterfly]
There's something at the heart of it that shines through all the flaws. Still flawed, though.
medesignz
Thundercats Ho! Because I am that cool
Blummer
Watched Let the Right One In from 2008

Oskar, a bullied 12-year old, dreams of revenge. He falls in love with Eli, a peculiar girl. She can't stand the sun or food and to come into a room she needs to be invited. Eli gives Oskar the strength to hit back but when he realizes that Eli needs to drink other people's blood to live he's faced with a choice. How much can love forgive? Set in the Stockholm suburb of Blackeberg in 1982. Written by John Nordling, Producer

In the suburb of Blackeberg in Stockholm, the twelve year-old Oskar is a lonely and outcast boy bullied in school by Conny and two other classroom mates; at home, Oskar dreams on revenging the trio of bullies. He befriends his twelve year-old next door neighbor Eli that only appears during the night in the playground of their building. Meanwhile, Eli's father is a serial-killer who drains the blood of his victims to supply Eli, so she doesn't have to kill. Eli advises Oskar to react to Conny fighting back; however, he soon discovers that she is a vampire and he feels fear and love for the girl.

Josso
Got round to watching dark knight rises.

lol above average it in no way deserved the hype for just some stunts and fx. Stupid assed screenplay that for some reason usually comes packaged with large budget movies, ok plotline, ok acting apart from caine who was epic win as usual.

I'd say if you want something to watch, follow catscratches posts here
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw' Gandhi my father'. It is a Hindi film directed by Feroz Abbas Khan. The film is based on Harilal Gandhi's life and his strained, complex relation with his father Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi. Beside this is also a parallel story of Indian freedom movement where Gandhiji was related. This is the story of a man who lived in the enormous shadow of his father, striving to discover his identity. Akshay Khanna played the role of Harilal Gandhi, Darsan Jariwala played as gandhiji. Shafali Shah plyed the role of Kasturba Gandhi, wife of Mahatma Gandhi, Bhumika Chawala played as Gulab Gandhi, wife of Harilal Gandhi. All acted good but Akshay Khanna is superb. Very good movie to watch.
catscratches
Blummer wrote:
Watched Let the Right One In from 2008
It's a good one, though the bullies' motivations kinda bothers me. It doesn't seem like they're having much fun or do it for much of a reason. I think it's quite common in movies where bullying is a theme. I'm certainly not saying there are any valid reasons to bully, I'm just saying there are reasons (whether they be jealousy, bad self-esteem or simple schadenfreude coupled with boredom). Though I suppose you could argue it's from Oskar's perspective and through his eyes the reason is nothing but pure cruelty.

Awkward old PSAs and educationals from the 50s to 70s
Don't judge me!

Человек с киноаппаратом [Man With a Movie Camera]
Cinema history. The soundtrack I had was pretty swell during the first half but really went downhill in the second half where it felt completely out of place. You don't put a 5-minute drum-solo and modern-day effects in a 1929 movie!

アキラ [Akira]
The plot is really quite bad when you actually think about it but somehow, that's forgivable.

Иди и смотри [Come and See]
The acting felt a bit weird in the beginning, but once you get past that it's a harrowing experience.

Golem
I have no idéa what just went on but I liked it.
deanhills
Saw a rerun of Madagascar. Great animation show and very upbeat. For lack of anything else available with Nilesat, pretty enjoyable overall.
welshsteve
I went to see the new James Bond film "Skyfall" the other night and thought it was a very good film, and by far the best of the Daniel Craig era.
deanhills
welshsteve wrote:
I went to see the new James Bond film "Skyfall" the other night and thought it was a very good film, and by far the best of the Daniel Craig era.
Haven't been to a theater in ages. Reminds me this would be a good reason for doing so as it's on the circuit here as well. James Bond usually is great for all of the sound effects a movie theater provides.
Blummer
Watched On the Road last night

Jack Kerouac's seminal pseudo-autobiography finally heads to the big screen thanks to director Walter Salles Jr. (The Motorcycle Diaries) and producer Francis Ford Coppola. The tale is semi-based on the author's trips across America, with fiction intertwining with reportedly real events and people met along the way. The starring cast includes Kristen Stewart, Sam Riley, and Kirsten Dunst. José Rivera provides the adaptation.

My opinion - Haven't read the book, but read the plot. I understand the film basically follows the book. Good to see some familiar faces (for example, Viggo Mortensen as Old Bull Lee). Fair depiction of 50's America (on the screen).

cheater01
douzy wrote:
What was the last movie you saw? Mine was the Gridiron Gang. That movie is really impressive.


The last movie i watched was last night.
The movie called "Taken".
Liam neeson plays the lead.
It was awesome.
subhan1
Transformers (2007) &
Behind Enemy Lines
really liked them!

Next : Transformers sequels Smile
kmr_mukund
i have seen last movie talaash(2012) in cinemax multiplex(oberon mall).this movie is awesum.this movie is produced by superstar amir khan and actor is amir khan.last movie of amir khan produced before 2 year.that was also awesum movie(3 idiot).
Blummer
Watched Remember me (2010)

A romantic drama set in New York City during the summer of 2001, where Tyler, a rebellious young man, meets Ally through a twist of fate. Her spirit helps him heal after a family tragedy, though soon the circumstances that brought them together threaten to tear them apart. Written by Anonymous

Tyler Hawkins, a rebellious, artistic New York student, was estranged from his father, ever-absent tycoon Charles Hawkins, since the suicide of his beloved elder brother Mark, and desperately wants paternal attention for his kid sister, nerdy Caroline, who doesn't fit in her school for the artistically gifted. Ever-provocative Tyler and his college roommate, party animal Aidan Hall, are roughed up at a street fight and wrongly jailed by beastly NYPD detective sergeant Neil Craig. When Aidan discovers Craig's daughter Alyssa 'ally' is a fellow student, he dares smooth Tyler to ask her out, but the two become lovers, also bonding over her own home rebellion. Yet just when things seem to work out, fate strikes, in the end crushingly.


My verdict: Boring dialogues from time to time. Bitter end with references to September 11. It's really painful to recall that day, but seems like the scriptwriter found an easy solution to have it all done - the main character dies in those attacks, while all of his family members are outside. Quite an unclear film, which made about 56 millions with its 16 million budget. The only reason may be Pattinson. Who is very dreadful actor (as an actor) in my view. But he's a bit better in this one, than in Twilight.

cheater01
" pavadai kul kathi sandai " its a malasian movie .
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw is a very old Bengali classic comedy 'Sesh Porjonto' (Atlast/ Upto End). It is a black and white movie. The story is based on rivalry between two Hotel owners of Puri - one is old and another one is new. Their is romantic chemistry between son and daughter of two owners. Songs are very good. Good acting by great Chobi Biswas, Anuva Gupta, Kali Banerjee, Jiben Basu, Tarunkumar, Biswajeet and Sulata Genguly. Entertaining movie to watch.
zaxacongrejo
Skyfall


With MI6 under fire, James Bond must get over his differences with M, whose deadly mistakes have been uncovered, to neutralize the threat.
Peterssidan
Owning Mahowny

I think I have seen it before but good movie anyway. Don't steal money from your company to finance your gambling problem, especially not if you work on a bank!
twotrophy
The last movie I saw was "Rise of the Guardians". It was a great movie. I strongly recommend the movie to people. Great movies only come by once in a while. It is a cartoon type movie. I prefer Cartoon type movies.
darthrevan
The last movie I say was, Twilight Breaking Dawn part 2, I liked it. I hate the sparkling vampire part but other than that I like it.
Cosmoslayer
The Dark Shadows by Johnny Depp. Hey, I'm that busy and have no time for movies. XD
Blummer


Watched this film, Fuga de cerebros (2009)

Emilio, a shy, not too brilliant pupil at a humble local secondary school, has always harbored a secret love for Natalia, the cutest, brightest girl in the class. On the last day of the school year, when he finally decides to declare his love, Natalia is awarded a scholarship to study Medicine at Oxford. It would seem that all is lost for Emilio, but his drop-out school-pals are not ready to throw in the towel. After faking qualifications and scholarships, this band of brainless nuts land in Oxford, causing havoc in the normally peaceful campus existence. Written by The Film Catalogue

In Spain, the eighteen year-old Emilio has been in love for Natalia since he was five; however, he has a series of physical problems and is too shy to declare his love for Natalia. His best friends are the outcast José Manuel Flash Sanchez Expósito a.k.a. Flash, who is blind but acts like a normal teenager; Wheels, who is paraplegic and sexist; Goat, who is a hacker and drug dealer; and Corneto, who is a womanizer. When Emilio is ready to tell Natalia that he loves her, she is informed that she has been accepted with scholarship in Medicine in the Oxford University. Goat uses his hacker abilities to falsify documentation and scholarships in the Medicine course in Oxford for the five friends. When Emilio meets Natalia, his friends decide to help him to get closer to Natalia; however, for each plan that they plot to get Emilio closer to Natalia, the result is always a great disaster.


My conclusion: Not too bad, but typical comedy of its kind.
LostOverThere
Today I watched "The Lost Weekend" (1945). It's a film directed about Billy Wilder, and co-written and produced by Charles Brackett about alcoholism. It's really cool to see a 1940s film addressing an issue like that, and the historical context about how it was inspired by Billy Wilder's experiences with writer Raymond Chandler who he worked with on Double Indemnity (1944) was really cool.
Blummer
Watched Going the Distance (2010). A bit silly, but nod bad. Stars: Drew Barrymore, Justin Long and Ron Livingston.



Erin has just six more weeks as an intern at the New York Sentinel before she returns to San Francisco. That's fine with Garrett since he just got out of a relationship. But their relationship blossoms and it quickly becomes something that they can't just drop in six weeks. They admit to wanting to be boyfriend/girlfriend just on opposite coasts. The distance wears on them, as with their nay-saying friends and sister, and soon they are forced to either break up or come up with a solution that has them living in the same city.

Erin's 31, a journalism grad student at Stanford and, for the summer, an intern at a New York daily. She meets Garrett at a bar, they hit it off, and, for the rest of the summer, are inseparable. But, can the relationship grow - or even survive - at a distance? Erin, who put her professional life on hold once before for a man, gets advice from her married sister, Corinne, and he gets running commentary from his best friend Box and his roommate Dan - both clueless about women. Garrett, who doesn't much like his job at a record company, looks for work in the Bay Area, Erin tries to find a reporting job in New York, but as these efforts fail, is there any hope for them as a couple?
deanhills
Just seen what must be a relatively old move - The Conspirator, produced and directed by Robert Redford. With a favourite actor of mine James McAvoy, and Robin Wright. I thought it was a difficult theme, about the trial of the conspirators who assassinated Lincoln that could easily have failed as a movie. Instead, this one had my attention right from the beginning to the end, particularly with the central theme of justice that has failed. Robin Wright (who acted the role of Mary Surratt who was running the board and lodging establishment where the assassins had stayed at) was excellent in the movie, so was McAvoy (the lawyer who defended her). Also a very interesting theory about her trial not being fair in that she was used by the War Department as bait so her son could come forward, and in the end the War Department had no choice but to hang her.

medesignz
1. Deck The Halls

2. DaVinci Code

3. Ted

You can tell Christmas is coming Very Happy
jajarvin
James Bond in "You live twice".

You live twice:
Once for yourself and once for your dream
Blummer
Watched Just like Heaven (2005)

Elizabeth Masterson, a dedicated doctor in San Francisco, had almost no time for anything. When her sister with two kids set her up on a date, she gets into a tragic car crash and gets in a coma. Meanwhile, a landscape architect named David Abbott moves into San Francisco and coincidentally, into Elizabeth's apartment for rent. While at the apartment, Elizabeth's spirit haunts him. She doesn't remember who she is, who her family is, and what she did - All that she remembered was her apartment and where everything was. To settle the arguments, David agrees to figure out who Elizabeth really is. When they get close to figuring out who she is, they eventually find love with one another and as they finally know who she really is, they learn that fate really has put them both together. Written by kayleigh

Elizabeth works too much to have time for a boyfriend, but that doesn't stop her sister setting her up on a blind date. On the way home she gets into an accident and goes into a three month coma. While she is in the coma her apartment becomes available for sublet. A landscaper, David, who has lost his wife and basically drinks himself to sleep moves into Elizabeth's apartment. At first David believes she is a hallucination but as time goes on they realize the truth. Only David can see and hear Elizabeth. Eventually they fall for each other but things take a turn for the worse when the hospital and Elizabeth's sister follow her wishes to not artificially prolong life and take her off life support.




Fair comedy, enough romance.
tictock
The Bourne Legacy(2012) is some what good.Not Bad.
The movie ends with out showing Bourne .
Peterssidan
Last night I watched Blazing Saddles. I like the movie but the ending is a bit out of hand.
catscratches
ギョ [Gyo]
Junji Itō has never had good plot or characters, but where he really shines through is the mood that's present in every single frame of his mangas. This anime adaptation nicely showcases how little you're left with if you remove that essential mood. Sadly, it's not even funny-bad but mostly just boring.

Zardoz
I can't quite decide whether's it's terrible or amazing. I guess I'll go with both.

The Spy Who Loved Me
I supposedly saw this on TV 20 days ago. I can't remember anything about it.

Copyright Film Polski MCMLXXVI
Everyone has to start somewhere and this is how Piotr Szulkin did it. Not recommended to anyone but Szulkin-fans who want to see his roots, and only really recommended to them because of how short it is...

Je vous salue, Sarajevo
Godard packs more in 2 minutes than most can do in 2 hours. Infinitely rewatchable.

42/83: No Film, 10/65: Selbstverstümmelung and 5/62: Fenstergucker, Abfall etc
I think I can somewhat safely conclude structural films aren't for me, although 10/65 was mildly interesting.

Wieners
I swear, it was only briefly on TV and I didn't finish it! It's not my fault! OH GOD WHAT HAVE I DONE

As Good as It Gets
Despicable. I can only imagine what a horrible person the man who wrote this must be (because it has to be a man, but I suppose that's sexist of me).

Monster's Ball
Typical sappy, inspirational racism movie. Too bad the cinematographer kept working with the director cause he could have done some great stuff.

Eyes Wide Shut
I'm not much of a Kubrick fan. The majority of his stuff bores me and I don't see the point of it. With that said, such was the case in this one as well.

シリアルエクスペリメンツレイン [Serial Experiments Lain]
This just oozes style. It's not just style, though, if you can get past the techo-babble (there's not too much).
bennybumkins
Bad Santa

Superbad

The Grinch

Cool Runnings

There have been many Christmas films on the terrestrial TV channels this period. But Cool Runnings is my all time favourite film, i was so excited when i saw it on the channel listing! Takes me back to my youth Smile
Blummer
Watched Perfect Sense (2011) yesterday.

An odd epidemic appears across the globe: people suddenly lose one of their senses. At first, it's an outbreak of loss of smell. It's often presaged by a destructive temper tantrum. In this mix are a scientist and a chef - she's Susan, one of a team trying to understand the epidemic; he's Michael, charming and engaging. Susan and Michael begin a relationship in the middle of increasing chaos, as the loss of other senses plagues more people and as civil authorities try to maintain order. Susan's voice-over reflections provide insight. Is love possible in such a changed world? Can anything make perfect sense?

Ok, the idea of a virus spreading over the world is not that new, but there's a sort of symbolism in this - people first losing sense of smelling, then - taste, becoming deaf etc.

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firstroad
A.C.A.B.
i am not against police, the title is ironic
i saw it last night and it was a great movie, it is an italian production and as i always watch american movis i couldn't believe how nice this film was.
The character of the movie is not with or against the police but shows how and why we call cops bastards. I have to say that if i was them i would exactly the same things...
medesignz
The Santa Clause and Home Alone 2
Peterssidan
The last movie I saw was Unconditional Love. An average movie I would say.
dude_xyx
Watched several good movies since last week

1) Taken 2
2) DREDD
3) The Bourne Legacy
4) Iron Fists
Blummer
Watched Danny Deckchair (2003)

Based on a true story, the tale of a cement truck driver named Danny, whose long awaited vacation is cancelled thanks to his scheming girlfriend, Trudy. Danny escapes his grim life in suburban Australia and blasts into the skies in a chair tied with helium balloons. A mighty thunderstorm blows him clean off the map, and spits him out far away over the lush green town of Clarence. In this new town, he rockets into the world of Glenda, the town's only parking cop. While the media back home becomes obsessed with the story of his disappearance, Danny gets to reinvent himself in this new town, and in his great adventure, he discovers a true soulmate in Glenda. Fate catches up with him eventually, as Danny's true identity is revealed and Trudy--now a tabloid celebrity--comes to the idyllic town to claim Danny and drag him back to Sydney. Danny, however, is a changed man; he's discovered what it means to be happy and has found a new self-worth. Saying farewell to Trudy, Danny makes a dynamic re-entry to the town of Clarence--determined to win Glenda back again and embrace his newfound zest for life.

My thoughts - great actors duo (Ifans, Otto). Really nice comedy, fair for me.

Blummer
Next - watched Frankenweenie

When young Victor's pet dog Sparky (who stars in Victor's home-made monster movies) is hit by a car, Victor decides to bring him back to life the only way he knows how. But when the bolt-necked "monster" wreaks havoc and terror in the hearts of Victor's neighbors, he has to convince them (and his parents) that despite his appearance, Sparky's still the good loyal friend he's always been.

Well I haven't watched it there originally at the cinemas, when it came out. Really nice, clean work. A good successor to it's original version from 1984 (which actually was a short film).

zimmer
douzy wrote:
What was the last movie you saw? Mine was the Gridiron Gang. That movie is really impressive.


me, 50/50 - wow! really nice movie. I just saw it at HBO .. great movie
medesignz
2012... Nothing like a bit of historical inaccuracy Smile
subhan1
Vanilla Sky Smile
What a great movie - this is a must-watch for all those who are fan of Inception Wink
A complete Twist!
Blummer
Watched '13 Going on 30' (2004)

Nothing too serious, but good film to kill some time.

The movie 13 going on 30 focuses on a young teenage girl by the name of Jenna Rink who suffers a humiliating thirteenth birthday and makes a wish to skip ahead to when she is thirty years old. Through the magic of some wishing dust her wish comes true. The movie then transports us to a thirty-year-old Jenna with the exception that she is only still thirteen on the inside but doesn't remember anything since her thirteenth birthday. She soon realizes that her thirty-year-old self has everything that she wanted when she was younger, such as a cool apartment, a fabulous wardrobe, and a dream job. Jenna soon realizes that even though she has everything she could ever want when she was younger, there is still something missing. Without her best friend from 1987, she gets her assistant to track down Matt. To her dismay she learns that her and Matt have been estranged since high school and that Matt is now engaged. When Jenna shows up at Matt's wedding, he gives Jenna back the dream house that she once through at him during her thirteenth birthday. Jenna leaves to find out that the wishing dust still works because we are then pulled back to the past to see a different story. Jenna tells off the girl she once wanted to be like and runs up the stairs with Matt to find that their getting married as there adult selves.

medesignz
Pretty Lame and had to stop watching when they started to kidnap the women, but Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
dude_xyx
watched The Possession - Darkness lives inside.

I'm not a big fan of horror type movies but I watched it coz I was soo bored. It's an Okeish movie.
Nick2008
Recently watched Tombstone, a great movie about a famous event in the American Old West.
catscratches
東京ゴッドファーザーズ [Tokyo Godfathers] (rewatch)
Getting in the Yule spirit with my family.

Änglagård – tredje gången gillt
My parents watched it on TV. Only needed to hear the sound of it to know how terrible it is.

Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant
Another TV-film I barely paid attention to, for good reason.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Overlong video game cutscene: the movie. Quite tiresomely trite.

Lapis
Impressive visual but the music was a poor choice.

The Smurfs
My brother got it for me and my sister as revenge for Troll 2 last year. (At least Troll 2 is the good kind of bad.)

En uppgörelse i den undre världen
I generally tend to appreciate black comedy but this awkward kind of it I don't find all that funny. Still interesting to see Lukas Moodyson's beginnings.

Mødrehjælpen [Good Mothers]
One of Dreyer's ephemereal films. I don't know what I was expecting from a 1942 film on this subject but Dreyer still lost quite a few points with me.

Landsbykirken [The Danish Village Church]
Definitely better than Mødrehjælpen but I don't think any of this is news or at all interesting to anyone who's grown up in a scandinavian country and taken part of basic religion classes.

De nåede færgen [They Caught the Ferry]
1 minute setup, 1 minute conclusion, 9 minutes of pointless driving shots in the middle.

Meditation on Violence
Kind of relaxing.

Ensemble for Somnambulists
Like The Very Eye of Night but worse. Apparently it was unreleased. I can see why.

Nuit et brouillard [Night and Fog]
What the heck is up with that soundtrack? Other than that it's masterful.

1/57: Versuch mit synthetischem ton (Test), 2/60: 48 Köpfe aus dem Szondi-Test, 3/60: Bäume im Herbst, 31/75: Asyl, 15/67: TV and 6/64: Mama und Papa (Materialaktion Otto Mühl)
Gave Kurt Kren a second try. It didn't work out this time either.

アニ*クリ15
新海 誠's was okay, I guess.

Amour
An accurate, unsentimental and unjudgemental look at caring for a sick elderly.

Yantra
The soundtrack is a lot better than Lapis. Too bad about the seizure-inducing flashing...

Variations on a Circle
No flashing at least, but significantly less interesting.
medesignz
I have UP on my recorder... Does anyone recommend it?
catscratches
I recommend the first 10 minutes or so.

Blummer wrote:
Frankenweenie
I did like Vincent but haven't been a fan of anything Tim Burton has done since so my expectations are quite low.
Blummer
Watched Elokuu (2011)

Summer begins, Aku graduates high school and faces a great emptiness. As his girlfriend, parents and friends all leave the city, it looks to be the dullest summer ever. Everything changes at Midsummer when Aku meets Juli, a beautiful, strange and wild girl. Juli asks Aku for a ride to eastern Finland. Aku agrees - without any idea what he's getting himself into.


ninacax
Just saw The Sessions. It's a great movie based on a true story.
It makes you think about your life as the movie is based on a guy that can movie just his head, and partially.
sudipbanerjee
The last movie I saw 'Challenge 2". It is a Bengali film remake of a Telugu film. The film is directed by Raja Chandra and main star casts are Dev, Pooja, Rajatava Dutta and Tapas Pal. Great entertainment movie with a mix of Action and Comedy.
Peterssidan
The last movie I saw was The Hunted (1995). It was about ninjas, samurais and an american business man.
kianjhay03
les miserables... the old one. the new one was meh.... im a musician but im not into those musical movies. Better watch it live in a theater.
darthrevan
About a week or two ago, We went to see The Hobbit. I must say it was pretty good. Ready for another to come out Smile
Blummer
Just watched this biographical film The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (2007)

Forty-three year old Elle magazine editor Jean-Dominique Bauby - Jean-Do to his friends - awakens not knowing where he is. He is in a Berck-sur-Mer hospital, where he has been for the past several weeks in a coma after suffering a massive stroke. Although his cognitive facilities are in tact, he quickly learns that he has what is called locked-in syndrome which has resulted in him being almost completely paralyzed, including not being able to speak. One of his few functioning muscles is his left eye. His physical situation and hospitalization uncomfortably bring together the many people in his life, including: Céline Desmoulins, his ex-lover and mother of his children; Inès, his current lover; and his aged father who he calls Papinou. Among his compassionate recuperative team are his physical therapist Marie, and his speech therapist Henriette. Henriette eventually teaches him to communicate using a system where he spells out words: she reads out the letters of the alphabet in descending order of their use in the French language, and he blinks his functioning left eye when she reaches the appropriate letter. Although frustrating at start, he learns to communicate effectively but slowly using this method, so much so that with the help of Claude, a full time translator, he decides on the monumental and seemingly impossible task to keep to his pre-injury commitment of writing a book, changing its focus to life in his current state.

My thoughts: Really nice work on how painful it is to look back and realise there's so much missed.

Peterssidan
I watched The Lost Boys last night. It is a horror movie but it felt a bit childish. It was worth the time anyway.
hamzamana
I saw The Hobbit last. Excellent movie! not exactly according to the book but the whole story works as they have to make 3 movies out of it. Couldn't see the new high frame rate version but the 3d is pretty good and the soundtrack totally rocks! i love the song the dwarves sing in the start of the movie.
vicar013
Last watched "Django Unchained", or whatever its called. Deeply entertaining but ultimately unrewarding and with some agonisingly drawn out scenes during which I rued my return to a Tarantino film. I did not like Inglorious Basterds, apart from the performance of the german general which is lucky cos he's in this film too. I think much more of his Grindhouse Double Header; Planet Terror and Death Proof. Now those are good films.
Blummer
Watched Another Earth (2011)

Rhoda Williams (Brit Marling) is a high school student who has been recently accepted to MIT. She celebrates with friends and drives home intoxicated. Listening to a story about an approaching planet that looks just like Earth on the radio, she looks out her car window up to the stars and inadvertly slams her car through a stopped car at an intersection, putting John Burroughs (William Mapother) in a coma and killing his wife and son. Rhoda is a minor, so her identity is not revealed to John. After serving her prison sentence, Rhoda does not go to MIT, but becomes a janitor at a local school, wanting to physically clean things with her hands but not do too much thinking. After cleaning a school for a while and hearing more news stories about the approaching mirror Earth, Rhoda visits John's house after he has recovered, thinking she will apologize for the harm she did to him. He answers the door and she loses her nerve. Instead, she pretends to be a maid offering a free day of cleaning as a marketing tool for Maid'n Haven (a New Haven based maid service). John, who has nearly dropped out of his Yale music faculty position and is now living in a depressed and dirty stupor, agrees to Rhoda's offer.

Well after that, it just goes on and on...the film is not bad, I actually enjoyed it. The ending is a bit unexpected. I'd recommend watching this, provokes some thoughts.

Iceaxe0410
The last movie I saw was Resident Evil: Retribution. Now, I know it's silly, but I actually kind of enjoy the Resident Evil movies even though they are pretty bad. I know the acting and dialogue isn't really there. It even butchers the video game story line quite well to piss off a lot of fans. Despite all that, I still would watch them if they are playing. I guess what I'm saying is I like them to see how badly they butcher the video game story. That just amuses me to no end. Some of the things in the film are so stupid and outlandish that it just makes me laugh. I generally view these films as fan fiction adaptations to the video game series which it pretty much is. They contain elements from the video game, but it's a completely different world and nothing really matches with what happened in the game. If you even attempt to fit it in along with the video games, there would be some severe plot holes. Anyways, that's the last movie I saw. Not the best one, but I'll watch the next one when it comes out either way.
jajarvin
Last nignt I saw the film "Dance with Wolfes".
It was a nice film.
mreldritchuncanny
Just watched rise of the guardians, it is essentially The Avengers, with no superhero's, and fairy-tales instead. Totally worth it.
Josso
vicar013 wrote:
Last watched "Django Unchained", or whatever its called. Deeply entertaining but ultimately unrewarding and with some agonisingly drawn out scenes during which I rued my return to a Tarantino film. I did not like Inglorious Basterds, apart from the performance of the german general which is lucky cos he's in this film too. I think much more of his Grindhouse Double Header; Planet Terror and Death Proof. Now those are good films.


I found this film a lot more grindehousey than his other mainline productions. Also I'm amazed you like Django but not Inglorious.


@blummer It's a very nice film but it tricked me into thinking it was a sci-fi film when it reality it's just straight drama Wink
dude_xyx
Hobbit. It's good movie but not so great like those lord of the rings trio. Feels like film is kinda too short and stop in middle like 2 part TV series episode. Yeah They are going to make 2 or 3 movies from the novel but still it's kind of annoying.
codegeek
I watched Loopers. It was an awesome movie. However, it does have some unexplained paradoxes. For example, when the lead character kills his older self the first time but fails to do so on the second loop, it suggests the possibility of multiple timelines.

However, when they cut the hand of the young guy to send a message to the old guy who sees the message in the scars on his hand, it shows the same timeline.

There are other paradoxes as well, but all in all I found it to be a thought provoking awesome movie.
Sabbadon
the last movie I saw was Matrix I few days ago on tv.. I'm always happy to watch old good movies on tv even if there are tv-spot breaks Smile
Blummer
Watched the film called Ruby Sparsk (2012)

Calvin is a genius novelist who begins to type a new novel on his manual typewriter about Ruby, his dream girl. He can't believe his eyes, because the next day, Ruby becomes a real person, and they begin to have a beautiful relationship together. If the relationship isn't perfect, all Calvin has to do is simply type the words on the page and Ruby's actions change to what he needs. Written by Douglas Young (the-movie-guy)

Calvin is a writer who once wrote a book, but has been unable to write another one. He goes to a therapist but it's not helping him to write. He is also reeling from a recent break up. He dreams of a girl who captures his attention. He writes about her and names her Ruby. One day Ruby comes to life and whenever he types about her it comes true.


dude_xyx
Watched Death race three. Origin of the Frankenstein in first Death Race movie. A good movie, lots of action. But not so much action like in last 2 movies.
mreldritchuncanny
Just finished watching LotR: Fellowship of the Ring. Still the best fantasy movie ever in my opinion.
Blummer
Watched Carandiru (2003)

Brazilian MD Drauzio Varella starts AIDS prevention in Brazil's largest prison, Carandiru, in São Paulo, where the population is nearly double its 4,000 maximum. Doc learns from experience and mainly stories the tragic stories of hideous crimes which landed scum there and passionate dramas adding otherwise decent people. Just when he believes to leave the prisoners happy with a soccer tournament, a silly clothing line argument kick-starts a politically opportune revolt repression.

Iceaxe0410
Last movie I saw was Moneyball. That was a pretty interesting movie. I don't watch baseball too often as I usually find it kind of boring. Based on a true story, I never knew that these events happened. I remember the A's being a pretty good team, but I didn't realize a large part of it was due to the method that this movie depicts. I really liked the movie. It wasn't bad at all. I'm usually more of an action flick kind of person, so I don't often see dramas too often. This one isn't as good as other dramas like the Shankshaw Redemption, but its up there. I'd put it on a list of good films to watch.
medesignz
Blithe Spirit was on yesterday. It is a lot of Birtish people speaking like the queen, very monotone and very quickly... If English was my first language, I don't think I would have been able to follow.
Blummer
Watched Nuit #1 (2011)

Anne Émonds dazzling debut feature is a bold and intimate study of a one-night stand. Clara and Nikolai meet at a sweat-soaked rave and end their night at his apartment. The first part of the film is an erotic and candid portrait of their lovemaking: we witness the mystery, sensuality and awkwardness of that first encounter. They know very little about each other, and we know very little about them.

When Nikolai catches Clara trying to sneak out without saying goodbye, this typical hookup takes an unexpected turn. The two strangers, now sober and clothed, begin to talk. Nikolai is coolly frank, criticizing modern women like Clara, whom he claims behave like men. She seems to be a disheartened romantic, sharing what she hoped Nikolai would have said to convince her to stay.

They continue to talk until dawn, often in uninterrupted, brutally honest monologues.

hamarat007
James Bond-Skyfall.
Iceaxe0410
Last movie I saw was Double Dragon made back in 1994. One of my friends said he was watching it, so I thought I'd check it out of curiosity. I played the original Double Dragon on the nes and arcade back in the day, so I'm quite familiar with it. I believe I even played Double Dragon 2 and maybe 3, but it's been so long. I watched the cartoon a little bit too. I never even heard of the movie and based on how it was, I can understand why.

What I find amusing is that Alyssa Milano was in it along with that Iron Chef America host guy. I know that Iron Chef host was in a bunch of B rated martial arts movies and this was one of them, lol. Definitely an interesting movie. It was absolutely terrible and tacky, but that's what makes it so amusing. It's so bad, that you get some amusement out of how bad it is. It's nothing like the video games. It's just one of those early movies that just proves that film adaptations of video games have a very long history of failing really bad. It's a wonder why they still try to make films based on video games.

The concept is there, but pulling it off? It is very very rare for a film adaptation from a video game to be successful and properly executed. Just once, I'd like to see a "good" film adaptation from a video game.
manverupl
Hmm last movie I've seen: Iron Man 2 in home and in the cinema Hobbit.
medesignz
It was Garfield and the first Harry Potter.

Two different movies, btw
codegeek
I recently watched 12 angry men. It's an old black and white movie made in 1957. Despite this, I found it to be absolutely amazing. The whole movie takes place inside a single room, but you won't be bored for even a single second.

It's basically about a jury who has to decide whether an 18 year old kid killed his dad or not. There are various pieces of evidence and two witnesses pointing towards his being guilty. Initially 11 of the 12 jurors vote on his being guilty. However, the one juror who has a doubt on his being guilty presents his opinions on the matter. Slowly, other people start feeling unsure about their decision.

So, the movie is all about whether or not