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    All I can say is - wow. What a ****ing incredible movie. I loved the atmosphere created by Park. Very powerful and distressing.

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    I watched it 'cause my son kept bugging me to.

    It was just "OK", about 20-minutes to long, cutting short a few scenes here and there would improve it.

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    Nightmare Before Christmas in 3D. oooh, beat that.
    actually, it was Bill Nye the Science Guy in science yesterday, but that doesnt count...
    anyway, Nightmare was good, it's one of my favorite movies, but the 3D part wasnt all that...well, there really wasnt any 3D. it wasnt worth all the hype and excitement and whatnot.

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    The Davinci Code

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    Went with a Steve McQueen double feature:


    Last edited by kingsfan28; November 20th, 2007 at 02:33 PM.

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    I went to the screening of "Love in the Time of Cholera"

    The first act is bad.
    Bratt enters and saves the film.
    Shakira provides the soundtrack, in spanish, and very nicely done and well-placed.

    I'm bummed with this film.
    This is Mike Newell. He directed "Four Weddings", which was great.

    But then again, as big a smarty-pants I think I am, I couldn't ever get through a Marquez book.

    Maybe it's the material that has me not liking the movie?

    *Special Bonus* Lotsa boobies, funny sex scenes, including sex between 72 year olds.

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    Not exactly Mr. Fords best work. Predictable and at times kind of lame.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Die Radio Die View Post

    Hilarious and heartfelt. 5 stars. Gosling is without a doubt the best actor under the age of 30 working in Hollywood today.
    I really liked this one a lot. All the performances were so good, especially the doctor.
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    I love this movie! "First you want to kill me, now you want to kiss me? Blow"

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    Alright, so I finished Chan-Wook Park's vengeance trilogy. I loved each one of them. Each film was very unique, and that really says something about Park's talents as a director. If I had to put them in order of preference, I'd have to say 1) Oldboy 2) Mr. Vengeance 3) Lady Vengeance.



    Great movie. Tony Leung gives another great performance. The movie starts out as a spy movie, but takes a very dark turn about an hour in. I didn't think the sex scenes were as bad as some people say. Also, they're pivotal to the plot. Definitely worth seeing.

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