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  • 11-09-2008 1:52 AM In reply to

    • mediabobny
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    Re: The last film you watched and said &quot;I really enjoyed that&quot;

    Stars:

    As for Daniel Craig, I still don't think he's the 'correct' Bond, but I enjoyed it nevertheless.

    Agreed, but perhaps not for the same reason.  Based on his last performance his character wasn't very likeable.  How are we supposed to root for Bond if we don't even like him?  The quintessential Bond film will always be Goldfinger.  IMHO.

  • 11-09-2008 9:46 AM In reply to

    Re: The last film you watched and said &amp;quot;I really enjoyed that&amp;quot;

    I saw recently a smal selection from the movie Barnyard while I was waiting in the (kids) corner from a clothingstore.

    I coudn't trace the film on DVD at some stores I walked by. So I downloaded (DiVX) it and watched it on my PS3/avant.

     

    A really hilarious movie, especially the opening scene.

     


  • 11-09-2008 11:43 AM In reply to

    Re: The last film you watched and said &quot;I really enjoyed that&quot;

    mediabobny:
    Stars:

    As for Daniel Craig, I still don't think he's the 'correct' Bond, but I enjoyed it nevertheless.

    Agreed, but perhaps not for the same reason.  Based on his last performance his character wasn't very likeable.  How are we supposed to root for Bond if we don't even like him?  The quintessential Bond film will always be Goldfinger.  IMHO.

    I saw Quantum of Solace this afternoon and in my opinion it's not a proper Bond movie. It lacks the irony, puns and subtleties the old Bond movies had. And although I liked Daniel Craig in Layer Cake, I don't think he's a very good James Bond. But the movie is still enjoyable...

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  • 11-09-2008 1:42 PM In reply to

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    I watched QoS last week and imo Craig is to me the best Bond to date.  QoS is a fantastic film and the scenes are amazing.

    Apparantly, DC's Bond films will all be about the Quantum group so cannot wait until the next one comes out! 

  • 11-11-2008 1:18 PM In reply to

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    James Bond - Quantum of solace!

     

    What a movie!

     

    I'm soon changing Daniel Craig to the best ever bond. Sean Connery is/was my favorite  before/perhaps still but it's very close.

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  • 12-11-2008 12:36 AM In reply to

    Re: What was the last film you watched & said "I really enjoyed that"

    PINEAPPLE EXPRESS
    The most hilarious, yet ridiculous film I have ever seen. 
    Not suitable for minors though :P
    Before that it was Dark Knight - AMAZING
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  • 12-11-2008 1:57 PM In reply to

    Re: What was the last film you watched & said "I really enjoyed that"

    I watched the TV movie The Andromeda Strain.

    In this movie the mobile phone Serene is several times prominent in the picture. Didn't saw this before ever. Seems a nice phone to use...

     

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  • 12-14-2008 12:21 PM In reply to

    Re: What was the last film you watched & said "I really enjoyed that"

    Last film I watched was will smith in Hancock..

     so funny.It's about a run down super hero,whos lost it and dont care but a markating manager decides to use him to go up the ladder but in the end helps him to become the superhero he IS.

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  • 04-04-2009 5:26 AM In reply to

    Re: What was the last film you watched & said "I really enjoyed that"

    I hadn't been to the cinema for ages, so I went last night. Watched Gran Torino. Excellent movie.

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  • 04-04-2009 8:12 AM In reply to

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    Re: What was the last film you watched & said "I really enjoyed that"

    beocool:

    I hadn't been to the cinema for ages, so I went last night. Watched Gran Torino. Excellent movie.

    Beocool, I would have o agree. Watched it a couple of weeks ago myself, very good film.Wink

     

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  • 06-12-2009 8:06 PM In reply to

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    Re: What was the last film you watched & said "I really enjoyed that"

    Anyone seen "Taken"  Liam Nesson movie.

  • 06-28-2009 4:32 PM In reply to

    Re: What was the last film you watched & said "I really enjoyed that"

    Just saw the Hangover. Terrific fun!

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  • 06-29-2009 10:03 AM In reply to

    Re: What was the last film you watched & said "I really enjoyed that"

    Last week we watched Transporter 3 with Jason Statham (also from The Italian Job and the very good picture "The Bank Job")

     

    A bit over the top with the car-chasing  but still very exiting.

  • 08-04-2009 8:55 AM In reply to

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    "In The Loop"

    I haven't laughed that hard at a movie in years!

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  • 08-04-2009 3:45 PM In reply to

    Re: What was the last film you watched & said "I really enjoyed that"

    Last week it was "Ice Age 3" 3D (3 dimensions).

    Excellent !

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  • 08-05-2009 5:17 PM In reply to

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    Re: What was the last film you watched & said "I really enjoyed that"

    The digitally remastered George Luca's THX 1138. In my opinion one of the greatest movies made , this was the 3rd time i watched it last being about 6 years ago.

    Soundtrack by Lalo Schifrin ( Dirty Harry movies , etc ) is superb and the whole movie is what basically was animal farm for communism but for capitalism only instead of pigs there are AI robots. A superb movie that also seems it was made yesterday and not in the 70s.... The scene of the chase with the racing Lolas ( Le Mans 70s racing cars  ) inside a tunnel is a great demo for any decent 6.1 system . The sound detail is so superb no surprise the movie title THX is used to indicate  superb sound in movies

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  • 08-07-2009 5:05 PM In reply to

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    Only I can say is WOW .... WOW !!!

    Worm recommendation !

     


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  • 08-07-2009 5:06 PM In reply to

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    when your Black Label begin to taste like juice just take shot or two of Absinthe and after that quench with some vodka, if you still feel juice like take beer with grappa !

  • 08-07-2009 5:10 PM In reply to

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    And OSTROV !

    Someone who like Tarkovsky, this is beautiful !!!

     


    when your Black Label begin to taste like juice just take shot or two of Absinthe and after that quench with some vodka, if you still feel juice like take beer with grappa !

  • 08-07-2009 5:34 PM In reply to

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    Richard:

    Brilliant. Best film I've seen in a long time. 

    Outstanding !!! Yes -  thumbs up

     

    when your Black Label begin to taste like juice just take shot or two of Absinthe and after that quench with some vodka, if you still feel juice like take beer with grappa !

  • 08-09-2009 9:09 AM In reply to

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

    The Bourne Ultimatum.

    Evan

     

  • 09-02-2009 2:43 PM In reply to

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    beocool:

    PD:

     

    beocool:
    I saw Groundhog Day last week. I saw it about ten years ago and had forgotten how good it is.

     

    I watched that today. And yesterday, and the day before that. I've a feeling it's on tomorrow.... Wink

     

     

    LaughingLaughingLaughing Well, it certainly wasn't on last weekend. I saw another classic: Unforgiven

    Over here in Holland it was on the telly yesterday. Again!

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  • 10-07-2009 5:08 AM In reply to

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    Went to the cinema last Sunday to watch "Inglourious Basterds". Doesn't live up to the hype, but it still is very enjoyable.

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  • 01-04-2010 4:24 AM In reply to

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    Had a grand outing to our IMAX theatre and saw 

    A V A T A R    <<-- which after 17 days has grossed USB1.0B !!!

    and I enjoyed the 3D, the sound effects, and the story with its messages about ecological disaster and military misadventures.

    My sons criticised the story line for being archetypal and generic ... but they too loved the special effects.  

    And the friends who accompanied us were also very positive.

    The only person who did not enjoy the 3D and sounds was the missus who suffered from some motion sickness.

    Anyone lese seen it ?  I could easily go a second time just to take in the special effects ...

    ( So how long before consumer electronics [let alone B&O] adopt 3D ??? And I suspect this movie would not even fit on a to Blu-Ray Disc ... )

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  • 01-05-2010 12:13 AM In reply to

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

    Precious... Amazing film. Excellent performances from the entire cast.

     

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