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What movie(s) did you last see?


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Well you're basically a movie expert How2Pk.... :wink:
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Hehe, he's got Killers Kiss, Spartacus, Dr. Strangelove: Or How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, Paths of Glory and The Killing too, theyre are not in the collection :wink:








dr strangelove is in mine, every movie he directed after and including lolita (which is also a very good movie). i wonder if there is another 7 movie set with his first 7 films. that would be cool, but i dont see it on my normal movie website i buy from.







EDIT: dvdempire.com listed the collection i have as the "new stanely kubrick collection", but i couldnt find the old one anywhere.
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loved Cruise's character and did feel slightly sad for him when he died.












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but thats fine since ive seen it : )
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dr strangelove is in mine, every movie he directed after and including lolita (which is also a very good movie). i wonder if there is another 7 movie set with his first 7 films. that would be cool, but i dont see it on my normal movie website i buy from.







EDIT: dvdempire.com listed the collection i have as the "new stanely kubrick collection", but i couldnt find the old one anywhere.








Ah, okay, here in Holland it hasn't got that one in it. It has got 7 (Lolita, 2001, Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon, The Shining, Full Metal Jacket and Eyes Wide SHut) and a documentary about Kubrick. But does the new collection has the same cover like the old collection too? Otherwise I might just get Dr. Strangelove that version too. I also need to get the documentary since I bought everything loose. :( I see now that the Kubrick collection on play has got Dr. Strangelove, but hasn't got Full Metal Jacket...You've got that one? Or a totally different one? :P







[edit] PLay.com was vague, it does have FMJ in it. :? Only 40 pounds...I might get that collection later and sell my loose coppies.
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ooh, bussy day today. :D







we just saw Adaptation







and we're going for t3h real marathon today.







2. Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma



3. Akira



4. Barry Lyndon



5. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind



6. Repulsion



7. O Brother, Where Art Thou?







Gonna be a long day of movie watchin' today. :P
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2. Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma














gl on that 1, almost made me stop watching it :S
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gl on that 1, almost made me stop watching it :S








I didn't think it was that rough the first time, this was the 2nd time. I don't think it is a real good movie, it's quite interesting though.







Here's what Matt thinks about it:







Well this was the first time I had seen the move, I went into it totally non opinionated. I knew of the story but hadnt really heard much abnout it, certainly had never read any reviews about it. It was a clever film, obviously very controversial even to this day. It is still banned in Australia i belive. I did find some of the film a bit shocking for shock value, and didn't really add to the film apart from discust factor. Its one of those films you really have to have seen at least once, but its not one of Daan's dvd's ill be purchasing for myself :P
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We Were Soldiers







Easily the best Vietnam war film i have ever seen, and i've seen a few. The acting is bang on on all sides, the depiction accurate, showing not only the front, but the home front with the wives of the soldiers, with a particularly touching seen where the wives are delivering telegrams to other wives to say their husband had died. Some of the scenes are horrific, it's one of the few Vietnam war films that shows it as it was, the brutality and the attitudes. HIGHLY recommended. I particularly love the quote "we are moving into the valley of the shadow of death." Touching stuff.
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I saw We Were Soldiers with my dad (A Vietnam Vet) and he....enjoyed it, but didnt think it was the MOOST acurate film in the world....but thats also Holywood in there :?







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I thought it was good though, still nothing spectacular, but good nonetheless....

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I saw We Were Soldiers with my dad (A Vietnam Vet) and he....enjoyed it, but didnt think it was the MOOST acurate film in the world....but thats also Holywood in there :?







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I thought it was good though, still nothing spectacular, but good nonetheless....








Yeah that's interesting, the IMDB review was by a guy who went with a Vietnam Vet, and according to him it's the most accurate film he's seen of it, however no film can ever entirely convey the horrors as war, but as Hollywood war films go, i think it's a gem.
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ooh, bussy day today. :D







we just saw Adaptation







and we're going for t3h real marathon today.







2. Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma



3. Akira



4. Barry Lyndon



5. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind



6. Repulsion



7. O Brother, Where Art Thou?







Gonna be a long day of movie watchin' today. :P








We kind of swapped around a bit yesterday. We removed Barry Lyndon, Repulsion and O Brother Where Art Thou from the list and added "The Fifth Element" and "South Park, Bigger, Longer & Uncut" I think I fell asleep during South Park, since I was pretty tired, don't know if Matt finished it. :P
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*about the box set*








yeah, this is the one i got, and the site i got it from. 8 movies+documentary, havent watched the documentary yet. not a bad deal, usually that site is cheap on dvds, only sells region 1 though.







We Were Soldiers








didnt seem like anything new to me. just the same stuff done in hundreds of other nam movies, just with new graphics and a slightly different story line.







daan and matts movie marathon








adaptation was wonderful, just like being john malkovich (same director, and writer i think). ive always kinda liked nick cage but after this movie i liked him a lot more (cant wait to see the weather man :D )







barry lyndon was slow, but i kinda liked watching a movie set in that time period and that type of movie done by a director i really like. it reminded me of movies like pride and prejudice, and sense and sensibility, but not exactly. i guess its just the time period they are in. anyways, good movie, and i think probably the only PG rated movie that has nudity in it (if for only a few seconds)







eternal sunshine of the spotless mind didnt rub me the right way, i just wasnt a big fan. dont know really what to say about it, except i didnt really like it.







o brother, where art thou?; talked about this one in the other movie threads (maybe even this one? cant remember) but it was ok







south park, bigger, longer & uncut was pretty hilarious, as are all the southparks. new season started yesterday, that was awesome seeing a new episode of lost and then switching over and seeing a new south park. and it was a funny one too :D







into the blue (heh, not quoting anything, just felt like keeping everything seperate)








into the blue was what i like to call a "hollywood movie". not all pure hollywood movies are bad, they are generally just the same thing with slightly better special effects. this movie was no exception, im not going to say it was bad but is just a watch once thing. jessica alba was definently hot in it, and thats pretty much what made me call the movie not bad. she was hot, and in a bikini for the majority of the movie. nothing happened you couldnt have guessed 20 minutes before it happens by just watching the previews and paying a little bit of attention to the movie. but it wasnt a bad movie, but not good enough to be considered an ok movie. jessica alba is hot.
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Saw "Flight Plan" with Jodie Foster







recommend not seeing unless u like her or suspense films







i though it was going to be a psychological film where the viewer has to piece together clues but turned out to be almost the exact film as "Panic Room"







5 out of 10

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Saw "Flight Plan" with Jodie Foster







recommend not seeing unless u like her or suspense films







i though it was going to be a psychological film where the viewer has to piece together clues but turned out to be almost the exact film as "Panic Room"







5 out of 10












ye i was gonna see that, but in a TV-newspaper that i read, the whole plot was told!!!











im so f-ing mad now! :evil:
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Oh, I'm surprised you didn't like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Indyfan which is also written by Charlie Kaufman, but directed by Michael Gondry who's careerpath is very similiar to [bleep]e Jonze his career.
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Oh, I'm surprised you didn't like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Indyfan which is also written by Charlie Kaufman, but directed by Michael Gondry who's careerpath is very similiar to [bleep]e Jonze his career.








I really enjoyed that film, although i find it got slightly hard to follow towards the end. I thought it was a great piece of acting from Jim Carrey though, nice to see him in a different role to his norm.
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quote="assassin_696"]I really enjoyed that film, although i find it got slightly hard to follow towards the end. I thought it was a great piece of acting from Jim Carrey though, nice to see him in a different role to his norm.[/quote]







In the end everything revealed itself, too bad you couldn't follow it. :(







Anyway, we wanted to see it on wednesday, but we scrapped it for another movie.







Barry Lyndon. The movie follows the path of a young Irishman who is on the run for the law after he killed an English officer in a duel. Storywise this isn't one of my fav. Kubricks, to keep it very simple: Scarface, but then set in the 18th century, and of course it is better than Scarface. But visually, wow, just a big wow (I did enjoy it more than the first time). With every shot you just keep wondering how he did it, it just looks like you are watching a moving painting, everything is just perfect and therefore you won’t notice the long running time of three hours. Too bad this gem is often forgotten between masterpieces such as 2001: A Space Odyssey and Dr. Strangelove.







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Last films I watched were;







The Net - Sandra Bullock is a hacker or something.. (last night)



The Negotiater - Samuel L Jackson goes off on one.. (night before)







(They were on TV, and nothing else better was on).

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I saw The Fog last night. I thought it wasn't very good. There were a few parts in it that were scary. But, there was no plot development... They just sorta throw everything at you at once and it leaves you quite confused. :?
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Saw "Flight Plan" with Jodie Foster








i hate jodie foster. the movie looks pretty stupid even if she wasnt in it. but you never know, it could suprise you. but not me, because i hate jodie foster.







Oh, I'm surprised you didn't like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Indyfan which is also written by Charlie Kaufman, but directed by Michael Gondry who's careerpath is very similiar to [bleep]e Jonze his career.








yeah, it seemed like the sort of movie i would like, and all my friends commented that it was the kind i like also. and i like jim carrey (kate winslet is ok) also, so it wasnt the main people that made me not like it. dont know why, just didnt like it.
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