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Posted: 01-Feb-2008, 10:03 AM
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jime307 - When I saw the trailer for Cloverfield, I got the impression that it was going to have a Blair Witch effect for the filming. I don't particularly care for that method. We haven't been to the movies since I Am Legend and, with money constraints the way they are currently, I don't even know if I'll get to see Sweeney Todd. So, I guess it's back to the DVDs. I still have well over half the second season of Stargate SG1 to watch - looks like that will have to suffice.


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Posted: 02-Feb-2008, 04:03 PM
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Having just seen JUNO, and most of the other, ďAcademy Nominated MovieĒ, all I can say is. Itís going to be a tough decision.


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Posted: 06-Feb-2008, 09:33 PM
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I watch Family Guy "Blue Harvest" last night. Its a Star Wars parody and at times I felt they followed the movie too closely but there are oter times when its really funny. The part were Leia tries to put the transmission into R2D2 was great. there is even a Doctor Who cameo (kind of) It was a bit short but and I wouldn't mind seeing them parody the other SW movies.


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QUOTE (John Clements @ 01-Feb-2008, 05:46 AM)
Johnny what is Michael Clayton about?

I still like Last Legion

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Hi Rindy, Michael Clayton is about a lawyer who does the right thing in a cover up case, concerning an international chemical company. In a way it reminds me of the movie Network. The acting is totally believable.

Hi Johnny, thanks for answering that question. It sounds really good.

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Posted: 10-Feb-2008, 12:59 PM
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I saw the movie Elizabeth Of The Golden Age. I thought it was going to be boring then low and behold I saw Clive Owen "didn't" know he was in it.lol...It really kept my intrest and I thought that Cate Blanchett did a wonderful job playing the Queen. The costumes and make up were amazing. I do think Cate needs to eat a bit..she looked a wee bit thin...

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Posted: 11-Feb-2008, 12:30 PM
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Well, my sweetie's birthday was last week and he got some gift cards from Best Buy so yesterday we got the boxed set of Indiana Jones movies (getting ready for the new release this May). Last night we watched Temple of Doom and tonight I imagine it will be The Last Crusade. Indy just never gets old around our house.
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Posted: 11-Feb-2008, 11:06 PM
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QUOTE (Rindy @ 10-Feb-2008, 12:59 PM)
I saw the movie Elizabeth Of The Golden Age. I thought it was going to be boring then low and behold I saw Clive Owen "didn't" know he was in it.lol...It really kept my intrest and I thought that Cate Blanchett did a wonderful job playing the Queen. The costumes and make up were amazing. I do think Cate needs to eat a bit..she looked a wee bit thin...

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Oh gosh! I can hardly wait for this movie to come out in DVD so I can buy it! I so love Cate Blanchett and then Clive Owen to boot?! Oh give me breath to live! laugh.gif

Well Cate is no longer so thin as she is expecting baby #3! But isn't she an awesome actress?



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Posted: 13-Feb-2008, 01:07 PM
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"Elizabeth - The Golden Age"...next up on our Netflix que. Should be arriving today!

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Posted: 13-Feb-2008, 01:41 PM
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Last night we watched The Last Crusade. I just love Sean Connery in the role of Indy's father. Also, we watched pretty close to all of the extra stuff on the 4th disc that came with the set. I think tonight will be Raiders of the Lost Ark. I'm quite glad we finally got that boxed set - highly recommended!
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QUOTE (j Padraig moore @ 13-Feb-2008, 01:07 PM)
"Elizabeth - The Golden Age"...next up on our Netflix que. Should be arriving today!

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Watched this monday evening. I really enjoyed it. Though I realize this film and it's predecessor - "Elizabeth" (1998), are not historically accurate, it piqued my interest in Elizabeth I. So I ordered "Elizabeth" as our next Netflix movie.
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I finally got to see American Gangster. I thought it was really good. I would say its not for children. I thought all the actors and actresses did a wonderful job in this film.

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Posted: 23-Feb-2008, 08:53 PM
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I don't get to the movies very often due to my work schedule. Most of the time I wait til they come out on DVD. I just finished watching "The Wind that Shakes the Barley" and "Michael Collins". I do wish I would have seen "Michael Collins" first, the parts of the "The Wind that Shakes the Barley" would have made more sense.
I just got "Bloody Sunday" and will get to watch that tomorrow.

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I would love to see Michael Collins. Next time. I did see Jesse James. Thought is was ok but not that great. May be just me. Did anyone else see it and if so what did you think?

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Posted: 27-Feb-2008, 02:08 PM
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Last night I finally watched A River Runs Through It. Enjoyed the movie, even though I'm neutral on Brad Pitt. I've been happy with everything I've seen Tom Skerrit in, though. The countryside certainly was gorgeous and made me want to get out of the city immediately and find some wilderness to just bask in!

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Posted: 28-Feb-2008, 06:29 PM
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POW POW!
I saw 3:10 to Yuma, That was a really good movie the outlaws actions at the end confused me a bit though.
I watched "The Wind that Shakes the Barely" again and was once more charmed. Has anyone seen "The Spiderwick Chronicles"? My friends and I weren't sure whether we should see it or not it seems a bit kiddish even for me =)


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