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Old Nov 28th 2004, 5:32 pm
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Love that movie...especially the Mission Impossible bit: "It's a THONG!!!"
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Originally Posted by AmerLisa
We went and saw Polar Express last weekend. I'd rate it a 9+.
WOW that good is it?? my son is going to see that with his school...actually friends whose kids are in diff.schools have also seen it..I kind of wonder why it's become like a school event Worth going to the movies for? or will it do just as well on my smallscreen at home?
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WOW that good is it?? my son is going to see that with his school...actually friends whose kids are in diff.schools have also seen it..I kind of wonder why it's become like a school event Worth going to the movies for? or will it do just as well on my smallscreen at home?
No don't wait for the DVD CA. Its an awesome movie with a lot of twists and turns (literally! lol) its much better on the big screen.
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Anyone seen American History X? Thats one very powerful movie, should be shown in schools I feel, I would give it 8/9!
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Old Nov 30th 2004, 1:58 am
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Anyone seen American History X? Thats one very powerful movie, should be shown in schools I feel, I would give it 8/9!
yup, that's a good movie, sad ending though.

Just saw "national treasure", which was pretty fun stuff, not to be taken seriously, and lots of good one liners, I'd give it 7/10. The missus liked it cos it had that scottish guy in it, and sean bean *l*
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yup, that's a good movie, sad ending though.

Just saw "national treasure", which was pretty fun stuff, not to be taken seriously, and lots of good one liners, I'd give it 7/10. The missus liked it cos it had that scottish guy in it, and sean bean *l*
oh yeah i fancy that one looks kinda like tomb raider only it has Nick Cage in it , you watched it tonight?
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oh yeah i fancy that one looks kinda like tomb raider only it has Nick Cage in it , you watched it tonight?
yeah, through nefarious means *l* Was a fun movie, lots of dry humour, cage weren't bad in it, the kind of humour in "the rock". Certainly to be taken with a pinch of salt and not to be taken seriously and you'll enjoy it
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50 first Dates -a friend told me it was funny so i rented it...what a disappointment..how come Adam Sandler can only manage to act one character..Adam Sandler ...it got a few laughs but all in all i hated the whole story and it quickly got boring...girl has no memory ,everyday he has to make her fall in love with him...at least the repetition in Groundhog Day was funny!!!
And who on earth thought up the ending??
turned it from a score of 5 to a 2
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at least the repetition in Groundhog Day was funny!!!
Haha, love that film...but have you seen the uncut version? 23 FRICKIN DVD'S!!!
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50 first Dates -a friend told me it was funny so i rented it...what a disappointment...(
I actually liked that movie, it was cute, stupid, but cute, but then it was another dubious acquisition.

40 Days and 40 Nights is another amusing movie, kinda cruel at points, but it was a good laugh, 7/10
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40 Days and 40 Nights is another amusing movie, kinda cruel at points, but it was a good laugh, 7/10
is that the one were the guys not suppose to have sex for 40 days??

i liked How to Lose a guy in 10 Days- romantic comedy 7/10

I'd give Calendar girls a 7 too , it was great!! good to see a movie that shows off how beautiful the British countryside is and how funny and down to earth the people are...i get tired of seeing all the glossy crap Hollywood churns out


LOL after saying that i've rented Starsky and Hutch
never watched the show but i can't resist Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson together...I loved Zoolander it's freaking hilarious ,that gets an 8/10

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LOL after saying that i've rented Starsky and Hutch
never watched the show but i can't resist Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson together...I loved Zoolander it's freaking hilarious ,that gets an 8/10
Aye, that be the movie...and starsky...yeah, that was fun too, stupid...but fun none the less, and snoop was great
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Just saw "Bride and Prejudice"
And it was great, bit cheesy, and for a musical, really good, and a nice twist on a classic story, I'd give it 9/10
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National Treasure-Nicholas Cage plays a treasure hunter who's family has handed down,through the generations, a clue that starts his journey to finding the lost treasure of the Knights of the Templar.....fun, action packed , kinda like watching him on a scavenger hunt as he finds one clue that leads him to another....an oh yeah he steals the Declaration of Independance...I'm sure there was a history lesson in there too....easy to watch movie 8/10
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You notice the boo-boo Cage made near the start on the ship?
Just before the flare incident, he calls to Ian, and says "Sean"....who's the actor, not the character
Said it twice too...
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