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  1. ST-TPM-ASF-TNE

    ST-TPM-ASF-TNE Moderator Emeritus star 6 VIP - Former Mod/RSA

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    Steve Carrell owned that movie. I swear, I cracked up for at least ten minutes when he said "Hmm, I just burnt my tongue". The nonchalant way he said was just about the funniest thing I ever heard.

    Yes, I am a simpleton :p
     
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  2. Thrawn1786

    Thrawn1786 Jedi Master star 5

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    Labyrinth. I love that movie. [face_love] And I watched part of Episode II.
     
  3. SecondBest

    SecondBest Jedi Youngling star 6

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    Last movie I saw in the theater was Spider-Man 2. I watched the Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers on DVD today.
     
  4. starwars6554

    starwars6554 Jedi Master star 6

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    Tonight I saw Collateral with my Dad. It was REALLY good. :D
     
  5. BabaORileyFett

    BabaORileyFett Jedi Padawan star 4

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    Matrix Reloaded on DVD.

    Stellar action-flick.

    Carrie-Anne Moss?in tight leather?yummy :p


     
  6. PaplooTheory

    PaplooTheory Jedi Master star 5

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    I watched Seven Samurai this morning...

    ALmost 4 hours long, yet it just never gets old.
     
  7. Drew_Atreides

    Drew_Atreides Jedi Master star 5

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    ...i watched the original "Planet of the Apes"..

    I'd seen bits of this one all over the place, throughout the years, but had never actually sat down and watched the whole movie in one shot.

    Very interesting flick..Definitely deserving of it's classic status..

    Though Chuck Heston's performance was WAAAY over the top, at times..

    "It's a Madhouse! A MAD HOUSE!"
     
  8. BobaFrank

    BobaFrank Jedi Youngling star 5

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    At the theater? I, ROBOT

    At home? TERMINATOR 2: Judgement Day
     
  9. Darth-Schwartz

    Darth-Schwartz Jedi Master star 4

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    the lost skeleton of cadavra
     
  10. Twelve_Motion

    Twelve_Motion Jedi Padawan star 4

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    Kill Bill Vol. 2
     
  11. TheEmperorsProtege

    TheEmperorsProtege Jedi Knight star 5

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    man I really did have a movie marathon this weekend.
    first off we had.....

    - The Ring (american version with Naomi Watts, still scares the **** outta me!)

    - Ringu 2 (the second in the series, japanese version. not as scary as the american ring, but definitely scarier than the original RINGU - that wasn't scary at all....)

    - I, Robot (still really like this movie. seen it in english this time. great!)

    - Thunderbirds (what a horrible movie. even considering it a kids movie this is still a complete waste of time and money....)

    - Napoleon Dynamite (I heard a lot of people really liked this one and with it being from teh sundance film festival I really thought I should give it a try - what a waste though :( - the only thing this movie does is show you a new definition of the word LOSER and it'll make you feel good about yourself no matter how big a loser you are you can never even come close to that ÃœBERLOSER Napoleon Dynamite)

    -Mel
     
  12. Drew_Atreides

    Drew_Atreides Jedi Master star 5

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    ..saw "Rosemary's Baby" for the first time last night..

    I know it's been taboo to say this, over the years, but man does Roman Polanski make movies well..

    Though this one is slightly dated, and some of the stuff in the last 15 minutes, which i'm sure was probably scary at the time, is borderline funny..

    Still, intriguingly shot and executed..

    Mia Farrow was gorgeous..
     
  13. ST-TPM-ASF-TNE

    ST-TPM-ASF-TNE Moderator Emeritus star 6 VIP - Former Mod/RSA

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    I know it's been taboo to say this, over the years, but man does Roman Polanski make movies well..

    Yes. His personal life aside, he is a good director. Ever seen The Pianist (2002)?
     
  14. Drew_Atreides

    Drew_Atreides Jedi Master star 5

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    Ever seen The Pianist (2002)?

    Oh of course..And yep, that's another terrific Polanski effort..

    Over the past two years, or so, i've really gone on a Polanski binge..


    It started with "The Fearless Vampire Killers" (if you ever get the chance, watch this film...It starts off lookin' like a really cheesy vampire flick of the 60's, and then turns every Vampire convention on it's ear with brilliant results..The ballroom finale is terrificly filmed)

    Then "The Pianist" was released..(Adrien Brody rules)

    Just recently i caught "Chinatown" for the first time (brilliant film noire who's symbolism rewards multiple viewings..)

    Last night, it was "Rosemary's Baby" (another movie that you can watch multiple times and pick up something new everytime)..


    And, years ago in high school, i saw his version of "Macbeth"..

    I'm now making it a mission to try to watch every Polanski film i can find...




     
  15. Darth-Seldon

    Darth-Seldon Jedi Grand Master star 6

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    Blade Runner Director's Cut.
    Have not been to the theater for a long time. Last movie I saw there was I, Robot.

    -Seldon
     
  16. Forcebewitya

    Forcebewitya Jedi Padawan star 4

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    Last movie that I saw at the theatre was Alien Vs. Predator. It was all right, however there was some cheesy parts. Like when the predator and human teamed up to fight the aliens.

    Last movie I saw at home was the last episode of Hellsing. good anime, best vampire story IMO.

    Forcebewitya!
     
  17. BabaORileyFett

    BabaORileyFett Jedi Padawan star 4

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    Terminator 2 on DVD.

    I've been in an action mind-bend as of late.

    I also watched parts of Lost World: JP on FOX last nite. Not as awful as I remembered it to be back in '97 when the film was released. It's pretty entertaining in parts, but still an overall shallow and hollow sequel compared to the magic that was the original. I've seen many, many worse sequels. If Spielberg hadn't directed, I'd likely not be as harsh with my critical eye.





     
  18. VanLiz

    VanLiz Jedi Master star 1

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    Evil Dead
     
  19. TheVioletBurns

    TheVioletBurns Jedi Master star 4

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    Saw Collateral last night, it was ACE.
     
  20. Lt_Jaina_Solo

    Lt_Jaina_Solo Jedi Knight star 5

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    Vanity Fair in theaters, Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit at home

    ~LtJS @};-

     
  21. Drac39

    Drac39 Jedi Grand Master star 7

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    Alien Vs Predator again

     
  22. SWJaggy

    SWJaggy Jedi Padawan star 4

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    The Day After Tomorrow (saw it Saturday)
     
  23. BaronFel88

    BaronFel88 Jedi Knight star 7

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    Rented "Once Upon a Time in Mexico." Fairly silly movie, and only Johnny Depp makes the corny dialogue work. Plenty of action, though (but not enough Hayek or Mendes ;) ).
     
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  24. lumberjedi

    lumberjedi Jedi Knight star 5

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    I just watched 'House of Sand and Fog' and am now convinced that if Ben Kingsley had not been Gandhi, he should have taken home the statuette earlier this year. I am now depressed.
     
  25. CanaceErinn

    CanaceErinn Jedi Youngling star 1

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    Last one I saw in the theatre was Chicago. I'm not much of a movie-goer. It's too expensive for me.
     
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