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    Clerks is one of the best and funniest movies i have ever seen. On the ten year edition there is a cartoon of what happens when they enter the wake and knock over the coffin so funny.
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    I watched Walk The Line for the first time on sunday. Im a big Johnny Cash fan have been since i was a kid because of my father. I avoided the movie for this reason because i didnt want them to make a rubbish movie with things added in just to make more drama like The Doors movie. But i was well impressed with it. All it missed was the fabled story of when Mr Cash entered the cave never intending to come out alive but apart from that it was done very well.
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    Watching all the makings of Lord of the Rings. I rarely like the bonus features on movies but these are fantastic. Hours and hours more fun on top of the extended movies! Viggo Mortenson is just so....attractive, in so many ways. Just the most attractive of a very attractive lot.
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    I keep forgetting to post so here is what I have watched in the last month.

    Gerald Butler makes a noble and yummy Attila. Nice battle scenes. No Beowulf and Grendel but worth renting.


    Marie Antoinette was a fun movie. It was nice to see a sympathatic portrail of her for once. It is certainly light viewing but my husband enjoyed Dunst quite a bit.


    Fearless was an interesting action movie. As always I love watching Jet Li move and do not enjoy watching people get hit. I do like the patriotic theme which is very visable throughout the movie.



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    YYYYYYYYYEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHH! !!!!!!!!! Finally got the money to rent Clerks 2!!!

    *Overjoyed*

    So I won't see you BuBers in a time, I'm off to watch Clerks 2 a couple of times!

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    Saw Pan's Labyrinth last night....very good!!!!
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    Re: What Movies Have You Seen Lately?

    This is England

    Roland Rat, Margaret Thatcher; Rubik's Cubes, the Royal Wedding; aerobics, skinheads... It's 1983, and the schools are breaking up for summer. Shaun is 12 and a bit of a loner, growing up with his mum in a grim coastal town, his dad killed fighting in the Falklands War. On his way home from school where he's been tormented all day for wearing flares, he runs into a group of skinheads, who against expectations turn out to be friendly and take him under their wing. Soon Shaun discovers parties, girls and snappy dressing, and finds some role models in Woody, Milky and the rest of the gang. But when an older, overtly racist skinhead returns home from prison, the easy camaraderie of the group is broken, and Shaun is drawn into much more uncomfortable territory. Based largely on his own experience as a youngster, this is Shane Meadows' most mature and fully realised film. Handling the complexities of masculinity, violence and race with sensitivity and a lightness of touch, it's hard to imagine a film that would better capture the mood of the time, or that could have any greater an understanding of the allure of being part of a gang.
    http://www.lff.org.uk/films_details.php?FilmID=1181

    Very interesting and well done film.
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    Re: What Movies Have You Seen Lately?

    I saw 300. After so much hype, I must say that the script and acting really let it down. The only good part was the interesting visuals and CGI effects they used in the battle scenes. Kinda Matrix-esque.

    You can watch it online here:

    http://stage6.divx.com/content/show/...ser_id=637140#

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    Re: What Movies Have You Seen Lately?

    I got the very same impression after seeing 300 last night. The script could be written on 2 paper sheets (with some space left), characters are all déjà-vu, and some of the dialogues were just incredibly cheesy.
    "The heavenly motions... are nothing but a continuous song for several voices, perceived not by the ear but by the intellect,
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    in the immeasurable flow of time."

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    Re: What Movies Have You Seen Lately?

    I also saw 300. What piece of crap. Just a bunch hollywood dickheads who think they know history. And the ancient Persians were stereotyped as wicked bastards and some looked African, like they hired George W. Bush in their writing staff. But some scenes were impressive.

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