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    I saw Demolition Man when it come out as a kid! :D

    I remember that scene where Stallone kicks some ass and Bullock is totally into it and she asks him if he would like to have sex, and Sly is, um, with you, and she is um, like, yeah!

    And they go and have some bad virtual reality sex.

    When bad virtual reality sex happens, um, yeah, no one wins.
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    The Black Swan...Didn't see Natalie Portman at all.


    RED



    It was ok, lots of action at times, but I really don't think the director could ever figure out if he was making a dark comedy with aging assassins or an assassin movie with some dark humor and stuff blowing up every 20 minutes.Malkovich is good in it as a paranoid ex-assassin. Also, I never knew a forklift could explode in such a spectacular way.

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    One of my favorite Bogart movies.Solid acting all around.
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    Just saw it yesterday. A must for any serious Sci Fi fan, a strong recommendation for anyone else. Real good movie and Sam Rockwell is fantastic.

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    Top notch thriller about a man trying to find the truth about his wife's death. Thoroughly enjoyed it and didn't want it to end.

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    For the first time, believe it or not. Enjoyed it quite a bit. The cinematography was especially excellent. The ending has been spoiled, of course, but I still thought it was really interesting.





    Excellent thriller about French resistance fighters during the German occupation in WWII. The commentary track is also really good, helping to put a lot of the smaller things into historical perspective. Recommended.

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    Forgot to add:



    Good movie. Not a comedy, a LOT better than the trailer made it look. Will Ferrell actually pulled of a very good performance in a completely dramatic role.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adgy-san View Post


    For the first time, believe it or not. Enjoyed it quite a bit. The cinematography was especially excellent. The ending has been spoiled, of course, but I still thought it was really interesting.

    Love it. :D

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    I think it took me 3 or 4 tries to like CK. First couple of times, just bored the hell out of me. Couldn't get into it. Finally, I guess I saw it in the right mood and finally understood why it is a masterpiece.

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    pretty good. slow at times and maybe could have had something a lil more to it, but i enjoyed it. Kristen Stewart did a pretty convincing job as much as i tried to separate her from the horrible Twilight BS. Fanning was just ok to me, not really into her acting.



    i am a sucker for psychological movies and I really enjoyed this one. It was quite a trip. Adrien Brody imo is a great actor (and hot), but Keira Knightley I had trouble with. All i could see was Elizabeth Swan. But she pulled it off enough for me.
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    I really liked this movie. Pretty much what you'd expect from Gasper Noe - unique, breathtaking, bizarre, debauched, and brilliant. Definitely not a movie that most people will appreciate, especially if you haven't seen anything else by Noe. If you liked Irreversible then you'll probably appreciate this movie as well. I personally absolutely loved it and would recommend it if you're in the mood for a wild, unconventional film.


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