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  • 08-13-2007 3:31 PM In reply to

    • joynsyde
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    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    Children of Men.  Makes you scared, makes you cry, makes you think.  Very well done, IMO, though the book is better, of course!
    ...my two cents ~AJ
  • 08-14-2007 3:14 PM In reply to

    • Alex
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    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    The Simpsons Movie! Saw it again today, and loved it just as much. Great fun to watch Big Smile

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  • 08-15-2007 5:00 AM In reply to

    • van
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    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    Dead Man's Shoes - Directed by Shane Meadows and starring Paddy Considine

    It has a great soundtrack IMO too such artists as Calexico, Laurent Garnier and Aphex Twin

    Shane Meadows new film "This is England" looks good too but I haven't got around to it yet. 

  • 08-22-2007 5:21 AM In reply to

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    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    Last night, I watched "Thank you for smoking". Watch it, it is very interesting and made me laugh!

    Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. - Berthold Auerbach

  • 08-24-2007 11:28 AM In reply to

    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    300 was good, and i also liked Transformers
  • 08-27-2007 5:36 AM In reply to

    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    It has to be Borne Ultimatum.  Enjoyed every minute of it.
  • 09-08-2007 12:58 PM In reply to

    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    i watched them on the same day and love both , am i sick ?

    david lynch ' s inland empire

    http://www.amazon.com/Lynchs-Inland-Empire-Limited-Two-Disc/dp/B000QQFKYE/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/104-1735716-6175157?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1189270778&sr=8-1

     pixar's RATATOUILLE

    Wink

    david

  • 09-08-2007 5:21 PM In reply to

    • Tom
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    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    godotz:


     pixar's RATATOUILLE

    Wink

    david

    I have seen an ad of Ratatouille here in luxembourg, as it will be in theaters in 3-4 weeks only. Looks really funny. Do you think it can compete with Ice Age or Monster INC?

    Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. - Berthold Auerbach

  • 09-10-2007 11:20 AM In reply to

    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    i think this is even BETTER !

    david

  • 09-11-2007 9:09 AM In reply to

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    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    Equilibrium, watched it the other Night on DVD. Really did enjoy it.

     

     

    CraigSmile 

    For millions of years, mankind lived just like the animals. Then something happened which unleashed the power of our imagination. We learned to talk and we learned to listen..

  • 09-11-2007 9:58 AM In reply to

    • V13WNG
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    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    I hate to say/admit this, but it was "Surf's Up" - a Disney / Pixar film about some surfing penguins! Laughing

    Also watched "Saw 2" again a couple of nights ago.... sick, but I loved it! Ick!

    Muchos Gracias Cool

  • 09-11-2007 10:17 AM In reply to

    • seheiste
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    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    The movie "Love actually". It's perfect family movie.

    /Heinz 

  • 09-17-2007 6:54 PM In reply to

    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    The Last King of Scotland, based on a true story.

    Guy 

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  • 09-19-2007 12:33 PM In reply to

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    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    "Last night, I watched "Thank you for smoking". Watch it, it is very interesting and made me laugh!"

     and many BO stuff inside......

     

    I saw APOCALYPTO yesterday on DVD, great movie,

    last week "the parfum: story of a murderer" was super too.

    I'm lucky because i dont pay the rental of the DVD..... 

     

     

     

    DU BEAU, DU BON, DU BO.

  • 09-20-2007 5:16 AM In reply to

    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    archie:

    "Last night, I watched "Thank you for smoking". Watch it, it is very interesting and made me laugh!"

     and many BO stuff inside......

    I'm lucky because i dont pay the rental of the DVD.....

    Hi Archie,

    how are you doing that ? Stick out tongue

    Maybe, you are using Emu## or BitTorr##...Smile

    BTW, I heard about the movie Perfume: The Story of a Murderer. They suggested me to watch it as it was kind of scary (serial killer).

    Seeya,

    Guy 

     

     

     

     

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  • 09-20-2007 2:22 PM In reply to

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    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    Hello guy (strange to speak english with another french)

     
    no torr** no emu**,

    It's original DVD from the C.E. (comité d'entreprise) of the company where i work, big bank, big CE, many dvd's, cool.

    for the perfume,yes it's a serial killer, but very spécial, take it if you can, very poetic movie.

     

    PS i follow your struer advice, i bought a BS2 and A8, very happy  

     

     

    DU BEAU, DU BON, DU BO.

  • 09-20-2007 2:33 PM In reply to

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    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    tom:
    "Déjà vu" was one of the best movies I saw in the last two weeks. I find the story very interesting and original.

    I will be watching Déjà vu this saturday night. I've joined an online DVD rental.

  • 09-20-2007 3:03 PM In reply to

    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    Forgot to mention, "The Departed" Is the best movie as I've seen in years.
    Joachim
  • 09-20-2007 6:27 PM In reply to

    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    archie:

    Hello guy (strange to speak english with another french)

     
    no torr** no emu**,

    It's original DVD from the C.E. (comité d'entreprise) of the company where i work, big bank, big CE, many dvd's, cool.

    for the perfume,yes it's a serial killer, but very spécial, take it if you can, very poetic movie.

     

    PS i follow your struer advice, i bought a BS2 and A8, very happy  

     

    Hi Archie,

    Good news. You made a wise decision. BS2 and A8 will compliment your ears  Cool.

    I have the A8's,  I just love them Stick out tongue.

    BTW,  I was able with the C.E. (comité d'entreprise) of my former client, to rent a DVD for one week at 1.5 euros.

    Seeya,

    Guy 

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  • 09-21-2007 11:28 PM In reply to

    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    I agree on the last king of scottland. Also. Blood Diamond. Lastly, slightly edgy and i thought I wouldn't enjoy it but in the end foound it hilarious: transamerica. And then there was little children, which left a very strong impression cause it handled a topic I wasn't expecting based on description of it - even though it sit s in the title. That movie made me think a lot.

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  • 09-23-2007 3:03 AM In reply to

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    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    britops:

    tom:
    "Déjà vu" was one of the best movies I saw in the last two weeks. I find the story very interesting and original.

    I will be watching Déjà vu this saturday night. I've joined an online DVD rental.

    Thanks Tom

    I watched it and thoroughly enjoyed it. Thank you. 

     

  • 09-24-2007 4:18 AM In reply to

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    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    Being a figure skating fan, I saw "Blades of Glory" with Will Ferrell and Jon Heder a couple of days ago.

    Very amusing indeed... Laughing

  • 09-26-2007 6:17 AM In reply to

    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    I watched The Pursuit of Happyness on Blueray this weekend. Such a moving and all round brilliant movie. Prep yourself to get a little sad though.

    Will Smith stars along side his real life son and the bond is just fantastic, I truly recommend seeing this one!

  • 09-26-2007 7:22 PM In reply to

    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    Hi everybody,

    Tonight I rented again Crash.

    Paul Haggis (...) delivers an image of America post-September 11, racist, violent and sectarian. He also shows the small internal wars between ethnic communities. Strong, brutal, without concession. Impassioning!

    The film depicts several characters living in Los Angeles during a 36-hour period and brings them together through car accidents, shootings, and carjackings. Most of the characters depicted in the film are racially prejudiced in some way and become involved in conflicts which force them to examine their own prejudices. Through these characters' interactions, the film attempts to depict and examine not only racial tension but the distance between strangers in America.

     

     

    Guy 

     

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  • 09-27-2007 4:37 PM In reply to

    Re: The last film you watched and said "I really enjoyed that"

    I did watch this few weeks ago broadcasted in HD - 1080i. Very powerfull, and so real.

    I often think about prejudices we unwillingly develop in ourselves...
    David the BeoPerson
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