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    Rock N Rolla
    That's a fun one! I really REALLY liked Layer Cake too.
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    iron man 2

    and rocknrolla was so awesome have seen it like 3 times.

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    Nightmare on elm street 3... not just 20 mins ago.

    Update - Just watched the rest of Jackie Brown!

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    I've not been able to find Jackie Brown,I've seen all of Tarrantino's directorial stuff with the exception of this one.

    Last film I saw was Robin Hood,7/10 far me,but I missed about 45 minutes(Damn Dirty Ap...Burritos)
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    I just got back from Robin Hood. It was good. It's no Gladiator, but it's good.
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    I just watched "W.", "Terminator Salvation" and "Transformers Rise of the Fallen". Now I'm gonna watch "Hancock". he he...
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    As of last night I managed to finally get around to watching 3:10 to Yuma

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    Quote Originally Posted by LARALOVERnr.1 View Post
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    was it any good?

    The last films i watched:
    Shutter Island
    Percy Jackson
    Kick Ass
    How was "Shutter Island" with Leonardo? I've heard good things about that movie! I hear it's got a bit of a twist so please don't add anything without spoiler tags hehe!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ants_27_ View Post
    As of last night I managed to finally get around to watching 3:10 to Yuma
    The original or the one with Bale and Crowe?Either way,great movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by batfan08 View Post
    The original or the one with Bale and Crowe?Either way,great movie.
    The one with Crowe and Bale... was on TV the other night so I thought why not!

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    I watched The Simpsons Movie on T.V last night. It was quite good but nothing special...

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    Yes I was aware that was being screened but I didn't watch it. I hear Bart gets naked...ewww
    Everyone is entitled to my opinion.

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    The Crow, The City of Lost Children (it made a lot more sense the second time through, especially since I wasn't half asleep).

    Also, this isn't a movie but I'm about to watch all of the FLCL series!
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    Zombieland...

    Better than i expected and quite funny.

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    Yep, that's a good'un.

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    IronMan 2, brilliant, but prefered the first.

    I am planning on buying a new TV on the weekend and watching Paranormal Activities on it, haven't seen it yet.

    At some point im going to find time to watch the Human centipede as well.
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    Mine is "Meet the Spartans" 10/10 for good laugh.. amazon affiliate books

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    It's not actually a film but I've just watched the ending to "Ashes to Ashes".(I know it's a T.V show but it's still a bloody good one so I thought it deserved a mention here). In a way I kinda knew how it was going to end but I have to say that there were some surprises.

    If no one has watched this series or even "Life On Mars", I really recommend watching them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilhanhan View Post
    It's not actually a film but I've just watched the ending to "Ashes to Ashes".(I know it's a T.V show but it's still a bloody good one so I thought it deserved a mention here). In a way I kinda knew how it was going to end but I have to say that there were some surprises.

    If no one has watched this series or even "Life On Mars", I really recommend watching them.
    yeah, ending was actually really good. i was setting myself up for what seems to be the norm now, great show/movie. Poor ending. But it was really stunning.

    I almost got emotional before i remembered i'm a man........


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    But 5 great series with Life on Mars and Ashes to Ashes.

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    Personally I was really worried that they might just copy Life On Mars' ending, but they managed to prove me wrong and make the ending, well for the lack of a better word... perfect.

    Also, I knew that


    Ah, I think you can get emotional for a show like this...just remember never to do it while watching a chick flick though! ^.~

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilhanhan View Post
    Personally I was really worried that they might just copy Life On Mars' ending, but they managed to prove me wrong and make the ending, well for the lack of a better word... perfect.

    Also, I knew that


    Ah, I think you can get emotional for a show like this...just remember never to do it while watching a chick flick though! ^.~
    Emotional....i didn't........ Who said that.......

    I'm a man remember .......sort of I didn't cry .....just so you know......

    Anyway.

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    Watched the new Sherlock Holmes...

    Still not really sure if i liked it or not.......

    Does that make sence?

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    I just watched Iron Man 2. It's awesome.
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    Macgruber...not even gonna bother
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    I have three;

    I watched Public Enemy last week. It was pretty good, low on plot, but fairly accurate, good acting etc. They did a pretty good job with the period touches. It really felt like watching the 1930's instead of the 2000s. I had planned on getting out my copy of the 1973 Dillinger movie and rewatching it but I haven't gotten around to it.

    Last night, against my better judgment, I saw the newest Star Trek movie. It wasn't as bad as I expected it to be. It was pretty entertaining for a light weight re-hash. I think I would have liked it better if they would have done an all new story line instead do reliving the old TV show characters.
    I still have to draw the line at the original TV show and no go further. But, like I said, it was entertaining.

    I watched Shadow of China today. DAMN I LOVE THAT MOVIE! This is the 4th or 5th time I've watched it. It's probably nearly impossible to see though, I don't think it's made it to DVD yet. I can't say enough about how rich and full this movie is! Great soundtrack too BTW. Worth looking out for if you like heavy thought provoking movies or if you're a John Lone fan.
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