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    My second favorite of 2007 (Eastern Promises was 1st)


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    Quote Originally Posted by IceDogsFan View Post
    My second favorite of 2007 (Eastern Promises was 1st)

    I've actually been thinking about this film so much since I've seen it. Last week, I purchased the book by Jon Krakauer and it was a fantastic read!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annapurna View Post
    I've actually been thinking about this film so much since I've seen it. Last week, I purchased the book by Jon Krakauer and it was a fantastic read!
    With a name like Annapurna, you'd like Krakauer's Into thin Air also (if you have not already read it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casbahrock77 View Post

    This is one of the best movies I've ever seen, as well as one of the saddest. If you haven't seen it or heard about it, do yourself a favor and check it out.
    Finally got around to watching Taegukgi. I loved it. I was pleasantly surprised at how intense and gripping it was. Really sad too.

    Thanks for the recommendations.

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    Watched "Stranger Than Fiction" on cable.

    What a piece of crap!

    *****************SPOILERS*******************

    He had to die.
    The book is a masterpiece and he has to die.

    That book sucks and if he thinks he should have died for it, then he should have died, for being an idiot.

    Oh, but guess what?
    HE LIVES!

    ...and then all the gooey commentary at the end, how gay.

    Piece of crap movie.

    It's my Juno.

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    wow...formulaic??? yes! Saved by great performances and wonderful writing...INDEED. I have to thank ebay and my all region portable dvd player...this was one of the most enjoyable flicks I have watched in a while. Gotta admit, I wanted to see it simply based on my mancrush on Simon Pegg...but It really was a blast. S.O.T.D. fans rejoice...the guy who played David(the ****) is awesome in this. Almost better than Simon...look people, this is a simple romantic comedy...but damn is it good. SEETHISMOVIE...it's a good'un.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    the guy who played David(the ****) is awesome in this.
    That guy, Dylan Moran, is a stand-up comic in the UK and he is ****ING HILARIOUS, btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post
    That guy, Dylan Moran, is a stand-up comic in the UK and he is ****ING HILARIOUS, btw.
    have you seen this flick yet brother??? It was such a blast, right up yer'alley. I think...

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    Oozing with cheesiness from every pore, dripping wet with cliches, and filled with nearly every stereotype in the book from the negligent, grieving mother to the task master military captain to the gruff shop keeper, this movie had all the right ingredients for disaster.

    However, I still really enjoyed this movie despite all of its flaws; it's a heart-warming story that hopefully can fill even the bleakest of hearts with hope and care.


    Over.Rated. Clap, clap, clapclapclap.


    As good of a suspense thriller that I've seen in the last few years. This movie is probably not really as good as I thought it was; I can watch pretty much anything set during WWII and like it more than it should be liked.


    About as good as any movie with Colin Farrell can be: Not very. Another WWII-themed movie that was pretty good until the obligatory contrivance that is known as "The Hollywood Ending." UGHHHH! (see also, The Last Samurai, for further information on this phenomenon.)




    These were each 2 hour long movies. They were watched in a total of an hour-and-a-half. 'Nuff said.

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    heh I just saw Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
    that was definitely one of the best movies I've seen in awhile. :D
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