What was the last movie you watched?



  • g under pg under p Surfing The far side of THE Sombrero GalaxyPosts: 17,584
    jamie uk wrote:
    Cool Hand Luke (again :o ) Awesome :)

    Top 5 Favorite movie of ALL time. Also the making of *300* and what an awesome film.

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  • pearljammin41pearljammin41 Posts: 465
    Anal Debutantes 13
  • my2handsmy2hands Posts: 17,118
    i JUST watched "The Green Mile" for the first time ever

    and it just blew me away. what an amazing movie!

    i may have seen it 9 years too late... but some times i love waiting to watch a great movie and it just seems to pop up at a perfect time for me to watch it... i didnt see Forrest Gump for at least 5 years after it came out? i dont know why it just happened that way. but it made it that much better when i did get to see it. just like the green mile tonight.

    amazing movie.
  • down_skidown_ski Posts: 328
    Just watched "Hot Fuzz"

    Movie kicks ass
  • ByrnzieByrnzie Posts: 21,037
    The Killing Of A Chinese Bookie


    I also watched 'The Proposition' again last week. I can't get enough of that film.
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  • Sian-of-the-deadSian-of-the-dead Posts: 8,963
    Wild Hogs with John Travolta, Tim Allen, William H Macy, Martin Lawrence and Ray Liotta... My folks were watching it :o
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    ... and I still think Drive-By Truckers are better.
  • FifthelementFifthelement LotuslandPosts: 5,972
    Goodfellas and Casino - Classics - dbl feature on Sky Modern Greats

    Last night:

    Rendition - very good, disturbing but too long in some parts (and what was the point of Reese Witherspoons character-it seemed tacked on to the story)

    No Reservations - not my choice, very formulaic
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  • SchokiSchoki Posts: 5,068
    Simpsons The Movie - Spider Pig - enough said
  • triangleman12triangleman12 Posts: 193
    Hard Candy . . . I enjoyed it, very strange eery flick though! I had to turn away during the castration scene . . . for obvious reasons, OUCH! Also cut the Death Wish marathon on AMC this weekend. Charles Bronson for President!!!
  • triangleman12triangleman12 Posts: 193
    I mean "caught" not "cut", still got Hard Candy on the brain, haha.
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    to Gillian on her 37th birthday
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  • surfanddestroysurfanddestroy Posts: 2,786
    Walk the Line, very good film.
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  • drtyfrnk29drtyfrnk29 Posts: 846
    Reign Over Me

    Liked it a lot
    I'm so dangerous I smoke dynamite.

  • robfest2robfest2 Posts: 594
    Knocked Up
  • EvilMerlinEvilMerlin Posts: 1,865
    Deathproof/Planet Terror. Loved it all.
  • Phantom PainPhantom Pain Posts: 9,876

    Not bad....saw bits and pieces of it before....finally watched the whole thing
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  • Jeremy1012Jeremy1012 Posts: 7,170
    ¡Átame! by Pedro Pedro Almodóvar. 'twas one of Antonio Banderas' breakthrough roles pre-Hollywood. Very good. A very far-fetched plot that is made believable by the two excellent leads and a lot of tongue-in-cheek dark humour.

    Was apparently very controversial in 1990 but really, the sexually explicit scenes are few and far between. There is a lot of implicit stuff (plus the use of the word "twat" as a part of the female anatomy occasionally which is unusual :p) but nothing particularly shocking. Certainly not enough to get what is essentially a quirky spanish art-comedy the same classification treatment as a porn film.

    I highly recommend it to anyone interested in spanish or foreign cinema, anyone who likes alternative comedies about kidnap and romance. You can get it pretty cheap in a boxset with 4 other Almodóvar films for less than £20.
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  • PatrickBatemanPatrickBateman Posts: 2,243
    amorres perros
    If a man speaks in a forest and there is no woman around to hear him, is he still wrong?
  • markymark550markymark550 Columbia, SCPosts: 4,467
    Strange Wilderness

    I don't recommend it...
  • La Mome - the story of Edith Piaf
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  • ChazzChazz Somerset, UKPosts: 1,060
    The new Indiana Jones film..............disappointing to say the least
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  • gregkitefangregkitefan Posts: 1,115
    The Remains Of The Day.

    Good movie.
  • smithnicsmithnic Posts: 1,517

    CS Lewis couldn't be more of a Jesus freak and Peter Jackson is the only one who should be allowed to make fantasy series movies.
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  • brain of cbrain of c Posts: 5,213
    prince caspian

  • LizardLizard So CalPosts: 11,945
    I am Legend.

    I liked it.
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  • piaget77 wrote:
    Pulp Fiction. Classic.

    two words


    my all time favorite.
  • gregkitefangregkitefan Posts: 1,115
    Legends Of The Fall.

    Very good flick.
  • iluvcatsiluvcats Posts: 5,153
    Restaurant with Adriene Brody and Simon Baker. Yes it was good. It was about artists wanna bes working at a restaurant. Adriene plays a playwright who is passed out so he misses the auditions for his play. His ex friend (who slept with his woman) gets the main character role. It's also a story about inter racial loves. An aspiring black female vocalist(coworker) is in love with Adriene, who's not over his ex g/f (a black woman.) The play he wrote is about her. I have not seen the ending yet. Men might not like it, it smells of a soap opera.
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  • nocode23nocode23 Posts: 411
    Finding Nemo with my daughter.:) Love that movie!

    "Mr. Turtle is my father's name. You can call me Crush.":)
  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 11,552
    Indy 4
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