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Posted: 03-Jun-2005, 03:26 PM
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QUOTE (MDF3530 @ 02-Jun-2005, 09:51 PM)
David Wenham played Faramir in the 2nd & 3rd LOTR movies and Karl (the friar) in Van Helsing.

My husband and I caught it when we went to see it at the theatre. It is one of my favorite movies and I also liked "Underworld" very much, thought it was excellent!
Did you know there is a sequal in the works for it?

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  Posted: 03-Jun-2005, 06:09 PM
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QUOTE (Lil @ 03-Jun-2005, 03:26 PM)
My husband and I caught it when we went to see it at the theatre. It is one of my favorite movies and I also liked "Underworld" very much, thought it was excellent!
Did you know there is a sequal in the works for it?

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I watched The Missing last night! Wow! ohmy.gif I am not sure what to think of that movie. Cate Blanchett is one of my very favorite actresses and she did an outstanding job, but the movie was pretty intense with quite a few psychotic characters! unsure.gif


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Posted: 06-Jun-2005, 10:49 PM
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I enjoyed The Missing enough that I bought it. It does have a lot of mystic type things going on.
Now that we have just been to Glasgow Highland Games, my hubby wants to add Braveheart to our collection. Haven' seen it for awhile.


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Posted: 06-Jun-2005, 11:03 PM
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BGLady, I love Braveheart-watched it just the other day forgot a lot about it. I am trying to learn as much as I can about the Battle Of Stirling.

I also would recommend to any one Ladder 49 it was good. They even had a few pipers in it. Have tissue ready both male and female!!!

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QUOTE (BluegrassLady @ 06-Jun-2005, 10:49 PM)
Now that we have just been to Glasgow Highland Games, my hubby wants to add Braveheart to our collection. Haven' seen it for awhile.

Might as well. He can get it for $9.99 at Best Buy.

I saw it on the $9.99 and under rack today.
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QUOTE (MDF3530 @ 02-Jun-2005, 09:51 PM)
David Wenham played Faramir in the 2nd & 3rd LOTR movies and Karl (the friar) in Van Helsing.

I recognized him right away, but by the voice mainly - he looked so nerdy in VH, such a klutz too! Absolutely endearing - he's a darned good actor to be able to transform himself like that.
Did anybody else wonder what was going on with his ears in Van Helsing?? They seemed to stick out more than I remembered too...
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Hey hey, talking about recent movies I hope everyone went to see the Star Wars finale. I really really liked it. I've got to confess the special effects were superb!! I do love good SciFi. The movie had a good story too, it tied up all the loose ends, and explained so much of what was to come. How sad to watch Anakin make decision after decision that took him ever closer to the wrong side... and poor Padme, bless her pea-pickin heart.
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QUOTE (Siobhan Blues @ 09-Jun-2005, 12:53 PM)
I recognized him right away, but by the voice mainly - he looked so nerdy in VH, such a klutz too! Absolutely endearing - he's a darned good actor to be able to transform himself like that.
Did anybody else wonder what was going on with his ears in Van Helsing?? They seemed to stick out more than I remembered too...
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Hey hey, talking about recent movies I hope everyone went to see the Star Wars finale. I really really liked it. I've got to confess the special effects were superb!! I do love good SciFi. The movie had a good story too, it tied up all the loose ends, and explained so much of what was to come. How sad to watch Anakin make decision after decision that took him ever closer to the wrong side... and poor Padme, bless her pea-pickin heart.
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I recognized him too. I think his ears stuck out because he didn't have his beautiful locks behind them. His hair was so short in this film. I thought he was funny too..seemed strange to see him play a LOW so to speak part..

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Posted: 09-Jun-2005, 10:18 PM
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Well today finally came Attila in the mail. Right away I popped that thing in the DVD-Player.

It was a great movie. I can only recommand it.



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I may rent one of the LOTR movies for the umpteenth time this weekend. Probably either FOTR or ROTK. Those are my two favorites. If I had to rank them, here's how I'd do it:

1. Fellowship of the Ring
2. Return of the King
3. Two Towers
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Posted: 10-Jun-2005, 04:35 PM
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Me too Mike- I didn't think the Two Towers was that great.. I will never forget the fellowship experience!!!



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I rented the extended edition of LOTR: FOTR this afternoon. Will be watching it later.
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I took my daughter and her frined Amanda to see Madagascar tonight! Wonderfully funny flick! I must have the soundtrack for this one song that was in it! LOVED it and highly recommend it!


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I just saw the previews for War Of The Worlds with Tom Cruise in it It comes out June 29th... I loved the book, infact I have it on my shelf- I hope it does well. smile.gif

Allen, I have never heard of that one. I do know where Madagascar is I had to look it up one time can't remember why now!!!

Mike, I hope you enjoyed your fellowship today!!
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QUOTE (Rindy1202 @ 10-Jun-2005, 11:15 PM)
Allen, I have never heard of that one. I do know where Madagascar is I had to look it up one time can't remember why now!!!

Mike, I hope you enjoyed your fellowship today!!

I've seen the previews for "Madagascar". It's an animated movie in which four animals from the Central Park Zoo are sent to Africa. Ben Stiller is the voice of the lion, Chris Rock the voice of the zebra, Jada Pinkett-Smith the voice of the hippopotamus, and David Schwimmer the voice of the giraffe. Looks like a good movie.

I have been watching FOTR. I've noticed several sequences that have been added. It is the first time I've rented the extended version.
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