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151. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru 8468 posts) 11y

I guess I like just about every kind and type of moive...as long as something touches me...be it the story, the actors...something!
Although I have noticed that sometimes the movies I like least, are the one's the general public seems to like the most! I guess as with most things...too each their own ;)

152. Posted by abcdf (Full Member 557 posts) 11y

Oh CC your going to love Batman Begins. I lov-love that movie. I didnt even realize how long it was because it was sooo great. I love Bruce's character. I love him. I am going to marry him.

153. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru 8468 posts) 11y

I pretty much didn't get out of bed today (yep, I am still in bed right now, aren't laptops great?! There really isn't enough room with all the animals for a desktop on the bed...;)) So I spent almost the entire day watching movies...watched Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless mind (sad, but thought provoking movie) Closer (even sadder movie but totally real) Lemony Snicket (I think people don't really get this movie, but I enjoyed it) The Sponge Bob movie (cute movie) and The Deer Hunter (cried so hard I gave myself a nosebleed) Now I am tired ;) hehehe

154. Posted by Travel100 (Travel Guru 1556 posts) 11y

A lot of times the movies I like least are the ones the critic's like most. 4 stars and 2 thumbs up usually means trouble.

155. Posted by angela_ (Respected Member 1732 posts) 11y

I just watched Vagina Monolouges. It is a great film and even better live. The topics Eve Ensler brings up about the vagina are so interesting and such a taboo everyone should watch this film. I would never have thought so many women hated their bodies.

156. Posted by Travel100 (Travel Guru 1556 posts) 11y

I saw the "Vagina Monolouges" live, didn't know it was a movie. I had an assignment to photograph it. I think it is more geared toward women. The crowd (it was sold-out)was mostly female and they seemed the most vocal (laughing, clapping, etc.).

157. Posted by cikusang (Respected Member 1361 posts) 11y

What about "Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy"?

158. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 11y

I've resurrected this thread from the "in a partial coma" pile to rave about Murderball.

We were actually going to see Black Water (cause I love a good scary movie), but the reviews were horrible and we decided to skip it and save a well-earned $20. Instead, we picked a movie neither of us had ever heard about but which got a rare 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. And although it sounds like a B movie about rollerblading teenagers in heat, Murderball is actually a documentary about the U.S. men's quadrepalegic rugby team and their kick-ass attitude towards life and sport.

It's no Hollywood feel-good movie and I don't think it's playing in many theatres, but if you get a chance to see it you won't regret a minute. It deserved my well-earned $20 by far!

159. Posted by cikusang (Respected Member 1361 posts) 11y

anyone who have watched "Charlie and Chocolate Factory"? is it interesting?

160. Posted by MelesMeles (Full Member 137 posts) 11y

Quoting cikusang

What about "Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy"?

It's good. Maybe bit too absurd, if You haven't read the book, but still great. Reminded me of Monthy Python.