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    Journey to the Center of the Earth

    Furthermore, it bears almost no resemblance to Jules Verne's original novel.

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    Quarantine (Was alright, but reminded me of 28 Days Later. Except everyone was confined to an apartment complex.)
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    Siegfrieds Tot and Kriemhilds Rache, the silent movie in two parts by Fritz Lang and his wife closely based on the Nibelungelied. It is 4,5 hours of Germanic myth; tragic and bloody, and very strongly recommended.

    Lang and his wife von Harbou followed the original myth well, only the figure of Hagen Tronje is less sinister and more of this world in their film (the blood-drinking scene is removed, as well as the scene where he is in contact with the water-spirits). It is a very beautiful film though.


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    Max Payne. I would've rather seen W or Religulous, but a group of people usually means the lowest common denominator.
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    Perfect Creature. It wasn`t too bad, for an evening`s viewing.
    Had a slight feel of both Bladerunner and Dune about it, most likely because of the lighting and settings. Well made movie.

    Perfect Creature (2006) More at IMDb Pro »
    advertisementSet during the 1960s in an alternate New Zealand known as Nuovo Zelandia, PERFECT CREATURE imagines a world where vampires and humans peacefully co-exist, with the bloodsuckers the next step in human evolution. This delicate balance looks to be destroyed when an influenza epidemic begins to sweep the human population and one vampire turns to preying on humans. The church sends out Silus (Scott) to catch the renegade vampire, Edgar. Silus joins forces with a human police captain (Burrows), and discovers that Edgar harbors dark secrets.
    Perfect Creature is a highly original retelling of the vampire myth set in an alternate version of the 1960s and 70s, as science fiction and horror coalesce in a suspenseful, elegant action film about race, serial killings and the capacity of human beings to hope.

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    Max Payne.

    A somewhat problematic scenario (what was that with the monstrous creatures supposed to be 'Valkyries', bringing death to junkies instead of lifting warriors from the battlefield? ...but loved the atmosphere. Gloomy, snowy New York

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    Saw V. It's becoming somewhat repetitive. The games are less original and I don't see the sense in having killed Jigsaw if they're going to continue with several sequels (it looks like there will be a Saw VI too). Cheap copycat apprentices and flashbacks just aren't the same.

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    I saw Max Payne as well. Not a great movie but not too bad.
    The whole Norse mythology thing was warped and weird. Kind of cool in a way. Very much like the video games; Max hunting down the elusive clues about his wife and son's murder and fighting his own inner demons and psychosis.

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    V for Vendetta, a bit late, but oh well. It was alright.

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    Ingmar Bergman - Jungfrukällan (1960)

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