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Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Sun Nov 28, 2010 1:15 pm
by BabyDragon
I just saw How To Train Your Dragon. You've probably heard of it, an animated movie by Dreamworks.

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I saw it with my little brother but had a great time. Great story, I love Vikings, good humor as always, some moments almost made me cry.. I'd give it 9/10.

Re: Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Sun Nov 28, 2010 1:19 pm
by October
I saw the last Harry Potter yesterday.
It was great. Very emotionally intense, though.
9/10. I recommend you watch it. Bring tissues. :)

Re: Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Sun Nov 28, 2010 4:50 pm
by MoneyJungle
October wrote:I saw the last Harry Potter yesterday.
It was great. Very emotionally intense, though.
9/10. I recommend you watch it. Bring tissues. :)
'Twas the last movie I saw, as well. I enjoyed it quite a bit. I may see it again before it leaves theaters. Quite the tear jerker. I thought the animation scene was very cool.

I'm looking forward to True Grit. I love the Coen brothers.

Re: Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Sun Nov 28, 2010 7:38 pm
by Nomorenames
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Intense. Brutal. Life-Affirming? Yeah.

Re: Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Sun Nov 28, 2010 7:50 pm
by boredToDeath
October wrote:I saw the last Harry Potter yesterday.
It was great. Very emotionally intense, though.
9/10. I recommend you watch it. Bring tissues. :)
:shock: I really wanted to see it but I have a stupid project to do :(

I read the book and it was really good. Is the movie that emotional?? Then that is the movie for me :)

Re: Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Tue Nov 30, 2010 3:56 am
by EchoAnswer
I saw Avatar a few weeks ago, after my sister assured me it was not as lame as it appeared (neither of us are sci-fantasy fans), but I still hated it. About 30 min in I was bored to death. I think I started reading a book and tuned out most of the bad dialogue, cliche plot "twists", overly long action scenes, and hokey pseudo-deep message, until the predictable ending rolled around.

I watched Lovely Bones recently too, and it was better than I expected. I was engaged at least.

Re: Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Tue Nov 30, 2010 2:24 pm
by boredToDeath
The Last Airbender. I love fantasy stuff like it :)

Re: Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Thu Dec 02, 2010 2:44 am
by YHWH
The Cabinet of Dr Caligari Ciné-Concert.

Horror, psychological thriller, and what appears like deconstructivist architecture before any of these "genres" had been invented.

Re: Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Fri Dec 03, 2010 5:53 pm
by Nomorenames
YHWH wrote:The Cabinet of Dr Caligari Ciné-Concert.

Horror, psychological thriller, and what appears like deconstructivist architecture before any of these "genres" had been invented.
According to wikipedia, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari introduced the twist ending. So we have Robert Wiene to thank for that.

GEE THANKS WIENE, I TOTALLY APPRECIATE M NIGHT SHAYMALAMAMANAWHATEVER



I just watched The Exterminating Angel. I have to watch it again because I watched it half asleep.

Re: Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Thu Dec 09, 2010 4:49 pm
by Nomorenames
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Black Swan was a pretty good movie. It provided something for my mind to mull over and take apart after watching it, and I was actually quite engrossed during the film. Recurring visual motifs, consistent symbolism, an exploration of the self and the unconscious- pretty awesome stuff. It also has crazy awesome lesbian sex. There's something for everyone!

Re: Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Sun Dec 12, 2010 11:28 pm
by BabyDragon
Just saw Despicable Me. It was very nice. I'm a sucker for these animated movies by Pixar and Dreamworks.

Re: Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Thu Dec 16, 2010 2:00 pm
by Tocade
Being on holiday helps when you want to watch tons of silly movies.


_ The Beach:
It doesn't look like a paradise, it sounds like a freaking hell even before the characters realize it is a freaking hell.



_Forgetting Sarah Marshall:
Meh.



_Knocked-up:
Nonsense, she should have had an abortion and kept on her life.


_Thirteen:
I wanted to watch it when I was... well... thirteen. It is kinda fun to watch it now that I am a "grown-up".


_American Beauty:
Loved it. And I'm not sure. Was the blond girl (the friend of the daughter of the main characters) lying when she said she never had sex before? Or was she lying when she said she had a lot of experience?


_Heartbreakers:
It was enjoyable. The mother was great.



_He's not just that into you:
They had a nice cast but the movie was... just not that great.

Re: Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Thu Dec 16, 2010 2:22 pm
by BabyDragon
American Beauty is one of my favorite movies. :D

She's was a virgin I'm pretty sure.

Re: Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Fri Dec 17, 2010 3:00 pm
by BabyDragon
The Social Network, did anyone else see it?

There are some things I really don't understand about it.

Btw they mentioned my country, Bosnia. "They have no roads but they have Facebook". How incredibly ignorant and insulting : )))))))

Re: Which movie did you just see?

Posted: Fri Dec 17, 2010 6:31 pm
by Nomorenames
BabyDragon wrote:The Social Network, did anyone else see it?

There are some things I really don't understand about it.

Btw they mentioned my country, Bosnia. "They have no roads but they have Facebook". How incredibly ignorant and insulting : )))))))
I just recently saw it. Man, Jesse Eisenberg played such a perfect asshole. The movie version of Mark Zuckerberg really got under my skin.

What things didn't you understand?