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81. Posted by Ahila (Inactive 1529 posts) 9y

Will they ever trust us again? Michael Moore's docu-drama. Interesting.

82. Posted by mikeyBoab (Travel Guru 5077 posts) 9y

Going to get "Little Miss Sunshine" out the video shop tomorrow night. It's got great reviews.

Still waiting for "The Pursuit of Happyness" to come out on DVD.

83. Posted by summer910 (Respected Member 1342 posts) 9y

Quoting Isadora

A mysterious box arrived on Monday and I see movie watching on the schedule for this weekend!!! Oh, the movie is MirrorMask and one of Phil's recommendations!

Ooh, did you enjoy Mirrormask? I thought it was pretty good! I love Neil Gaiman's stuff.

I watched Babel and Little Children recently. Babel was okay, but not quite worth the hype and lacks the intensity of 21 Grams. Little Children was absorbing, Kate Winslet, Patrick Wilson and Jackie Earle Haley did a pretty good job.

[ Edit: Edited on Feb 16, 2007, at 4:55 AM by summer910 ]

84. Posted by mikeyBoab (Travel Guru 5077 posts) 9y

Quoting summer910

Ooh, did you enjoy Mirrormask? I thought it was pretty good! I love Neil Gaiman's stuff.

I put it off after about twenty minutes . . . . Did it get better?

85. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 9y

We watched The Darwin Awards and Hot Fuzz over the weekend. We liked them both.

The Darwin Awards stars Jospeh Fiennes, Winona Ryder and a list of other well known actors. It's not a stellar movie but we found it entertaining. Fiennes, an ex-forensic detective, joins an insurance company and is teamed with Winona Ryder to investigate potential Darwin Award winners. Based on the books and website.

Hot Fuzz stars Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Bill Nighy from Shaun of the Dead. Pegg is an amibtious cop who is transferred to a small town. Frost becomes his partner and they set off to investigate some unusual accidents that befall the citizenry. Shaun of the Dead is one of my favorites but I found Hot Fuzz to be almost as entertaining.

86. Posted by magykal1 (Travel Guru 2026 posts) 9y

Hot Fuzz is ace.

Not sure if anyone's already mentioned it, but Pan's Labyrinth is pretty awesome.

87. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 9y

Pan's Labyrinth was great! Kind of a fairy tale for grownups.

I went to see Superbad this weekend, and it was surprisingly very funny. Typical teenage-boy humour, but with intelligence thrown in. KInda like American Pie meets the Coen brothers. Kinda.

88. Posted by summer910 (Respected Member 1342 posts) 9y

Quoting mikeyBoab

Quoting summer910

Ooh, did you enjoy Mirrormask? I thought it was pretty good! I love Neil Gaiman's stuff.

I put it off after about twenty minutes . . . . Did it get better?

I thought it did. Well, I enjoyed it.

89. Posted by Cool Paul (Travel Guru 611 posts) 8y

Quoting tway

Pan's Labyrinth was great! Kind of a fairy tale for grownups.

I went to see Superbad this weekend, and it was surprisingly very funny. Typical teenage-boy humour, but with intelligence thrown in. KInda like American Pie meets the Coen brothers. Kinda.

ahhh yes pan's labyrinth was good. not quite up to par with the devil's backbone but still great.

90. Posted by Cool Paul (Travel Guru 611 posts) 8y

Quoting summer910

Quoting mikeyBoab

Quoting summer910

Ooh, did you enjoy Mirrormask? I thought it was pretty good! I love Neil Gaiman's stuff.

I put it off after about twenty minutes . . . . Did it get better?

I thought it did. Well, I enjoyed it.

mirromask was great, but I'm very much rooted in illustration and design so I'm a little biased towards it.

has anyone seen sunshine...I really liked it. halfway through I started to realize it was basically copying event horizon scene for scene, so I immediately started to shoot it down, but then I realized it was doing a much better job than event horizon did. I ended up really really liking it.

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