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The Movies

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I liked it. Smile
shutup
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Not a movie, but re-watching Band of Brothers again. Probably my favourite TV show of all time.
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Got the box set few years back but still never watched them.
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Did you know there's another Die Hard movie coming out?
I think it's the 105th one.

Brucie must need a new string vest by now.
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Did you know there's another Die Hard movie coming out?
I think it's the 105th one.

Brucie must need a new string vest by now.
I see he's taken a wee break from strictly come dancing.
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Got the box set few years back but still never watched them.
I've got the entire boxed set of Dallas.. and Oprah.
I haven't watched them either. Very Happy

One day I'll get around to watching the entire Bourne collection tho'. That's a good'un.

Gotta go.. Adios Amigos!
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Gotta go.. Adios Amigos!
Reminds me of my favourite Mexican joke......"Why did the Mexican throw his wife over the cliff.........Tequila ...... w00t
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Rotten Tomatoes gave Alex Cross just one star out of five based on 95 reviews. lol

Anyway, I was very disappointed with Taken - albeit the first one. It was full of cliches and was your typical stereotype Hollywood mumbo-jumbo. Even Liam Neeson couldn't save it for me. I just couldn't get past the fact that, a 17 year old would still be into ponies, but I guess they showed it to give her character a bit more innocent look. Very contrived. I couldn’t wait for it to finish when I was at the theatre to be honest.

Which reminds me, I haven’t been to the theatre in a while and am craving for it but just don’t see anything good coming up. I did see some old movies in the meant time and highly recommend all of them.

A Cry In the Dark (it’s your famous “the Dingo ate my baby” story. Meryl Streep is amazing in this one and so is Sam Neill. Made in 1988 I think)

North Country (typically I am not a big fan of Charlize Theron but she did an excellent job in this one. I like her in this sort of roles where she can do more than her looks)

And finally, In the Valley of Elah (the ever so great Tommy Lee Jones and once again Charlize Theron and here, she shines again. Great movie though very sad. I could not guess the ending.)

All three were excellent movies in my opinion but these movies might be a bit too old for people who are still in thier early 20s...aka Sir Pandas. :p
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After putting it off for a long time, I finally watched "I Am Legend". It was good but could have been better. It had a lot of potential to become a masterpiece but fell short in the end.

There are a few movies coming up in the theatre I just checked and the ones I believe have a lot of promises and they are - Antiviral, Cloud Atlas, Arbitrage (Mark will probably like this one) and Argo.
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After putting it off for a long time, I finally watched "I Am Legend". It was good but could have been better. It had a lot of potential to become a masterpiece but fell short in the end.


I heard its to be re-released soon but to be called " I Am Legend-ish"
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I'm always up for a bit of Bond Little tongue man


I'm with you, Bev.
And a bit of shirtless Daniel Craig, too.  drool
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I'm with you, Bev.
And a bit of shirtless Daniel Craig, too.  drool

Me too Linda!!
getting tickets is really tough, wonder when am I gonna watch it...should have done pre-booking  doh
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I heard its to be re-released soon but to be called " I Am Legend-ish"

Will you be the star in this re-release, robbie? It was kind of Legendish though so I will give you that.
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A video showing you the surprising amount the green screen is used in movies.

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That's..amazing, and yet..disappointing.
I didn't expect to see that in some of the street scenes, but it makes economical and logistical sense, I suppose.
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