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    Quote Originally Posted by Afonya View Post
    Daybreakers

    I absolutely loved this movie. One of the best vampire movies I've ever seen - And it's very underrated for some reason.

    I also watched 2012 but I didn't quite like it... The Day After Tomorrow was way better.
    i agree with you on all things and Daybreakers was indeed very nice to watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by TranceTrouble View Post
    hmm just watched the movie: "The Darkest Hour" decent movie to watch with a cold beer


    Proost!

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    Edit: Wow totally forgot and how could I being on this forum xD watched both Tomb Raider movies as well couple days ago
    Hurray!

    First time?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ants_27_ View Post
    I've been watching a bunch of Eastwood films
    *looks at Ants' latest sig*

    .....you don't say

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    Quote Originally Posted by Driber View Post


    Proost!
    hehe thx but i prefer a
    or a

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    Quote Originally Posted by Driber View Post
    *looks at Ants' latest sig*

    .....you don't say


    It was either a John Wayne one or a Clint Eastwood sig. If they'd done a film together it could have been both but I thought this time, I'll go with Eastwood.

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    ^ But that's the beauty of Photoshop; you can actually..........put 2 people together when they've never even met



    @TT: hehe, after Hoegaarden, Grolsch is my second-fav beer

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    ^ But that's the beauty of Photoshop; you can actually..........put 2 people together when they've never even met

    True. However, putting them both together in one sig would make me (every time I saw it) long for the film that they should have been in together. Sergio Leone could have directed it too!

    I may one day pluck up the courage.

    But I did just watch Alfred Hitchcock's "The 39 Steps", a cool little film too.

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    Wrong turn
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    21 Jump Street.

    HILARIOUS!!!
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    Titanic 3D
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    'What dreams may come' with Robin Williams. At the same time sad and happy movie.

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    I don't know if it's a film but it seems like it just keeps going on and on and on like soap operas. Like 'Walkers'. I saw an episode and it's whoa, freaky about zombies that just walk everywhere and eat everybody. Haha. Haha, since it's just TV and not real because it's just funny actors etc. I don't know if some people can't understand that "seriousness" in TV is supposed to be comical. Amazing really, it's an entire show about walking zombies trying to eat the survivors.


    @zooboy. I saw 21 Jump Street and I really do not remember anything but a multiple limo chase. HAHA! scratch, scratch.
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    Watched Sunshine today. It's great, 9/10...

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    Heck, I love that movie!

    Watched an older movie yesterday evening, "Shanghai Noon" with Jackie Chan.
    I'd forgotten how entertaining it was.
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    I saw Cowboys vs Aliens and The Killer Elite this weekend. They were both fun and entertaining but neither would go on mt top 100 list, or even top 500 list for that matter.
    The Killer Elite seemed like it was getting to something REALLY deep but then it turned out to just be what you see on the surface.
    The odd thing is there's a 1975 film called The Killer Elite with James Caan Robert Duvall in it but there is ABSOLUTELY no connection between the two. I like the 75 film better but I'm partial to the 70s and Sam Peckinpah films
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    Horrible Bosses
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    I don't really wanna go to the theater here. They say this guy had a heart attack and died while watching a movie. They say they often see a ghost sitting in the front row and in the food booth. Yikes!
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    can't really consider it a film but just watched the first episode of Game of Thrones, quite impressive i must say. curious for some more action

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    Quote Originally Posted by TranceTrouble View Post
    can't really consider it a film but just watched the first episode of Game of Thrones, quite impressive i must say. curious for some more action
    Love this series too... though the books are better, hehe.
    I've also just started watching Alcatraz and I think this is another superb TV series.
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    come here first.sit and read it.thanks

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    Departures.

    Great film! A must see if you're an Asian film fan like me

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    The Hunger games and underworld
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    'Hunger games'... I didn't like it at all, so cheap. Would rather read a book.
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    The Notebook.

    Ryan Gosling is fantastically amazing.

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    Saw Hunger Games a while ago, meh...
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    anyone seen The Avengers yet?

    i just came back from the cinema's and i must say it was absolutely brilliant!

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