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Joined: 08 October 2008
Feb 26, 2010 02:05
I'm not really into movies but the last one I watched was called 'I love you man' - about a chap who had no male mates and trys to fit in to be one of the lads, quite funny in parts, especially the vomit scene... I wont say anymore, I may spoil it for someone.
Actually the last one I watched was Damned United - that doesn't count though, I HAD to watch that.
I can't remember the last time i saw a movie (especially at the cinema, think it was the last star wars movie) usually wait till they come out on dvd then buy them if there any good. my dvd collection is growing ever more.
The best fun i had at the movies was watching saving private ryan on the front row especially the 1st 30 mins when it nearly blew me out of my seat it was that loud, no other movie has given me a better buzz.
sorry just remembered the last movie was Indiana jones and whatever its was called, something to do with skulls, Harrison Ford was about 300yrs old not even Sean Connery would star in it which tells you everything.
Joined: 17 October 2008
Feb 26, 2010 05:45
Been to see two movies recently:
Edge of Darkness. Remake of a British television tv drama short series. Stars Mel Gibson in his first starrring role in a while. Good thriller, sort of a "Pelican Brief" meets "Enemy of the State" style movie. Decent, but wait till it gets to DVD.
Its all about the High Definition previews on You Tube now, check these out!
And also saw the new Scorsese flick: Shutter Island. Cracking fim, its the story of two U.S. marshals, Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Chuck Aule (Mark Ruffalo), who are summoned to a remote and barren island off the coast of Massachusetts to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a murderess from the islands fortress-like hospital for the criminally insane. Maybe not as scary as they would have you believe, but the music is great, builds up tension, the casting is second to none, with Ben Kingsley SUPERB. 2 Deebo thumbs up!
Joined: 11 November 2009
Location: Born in The Gelderd End
Mar 13, 2010 10:38
Went to Sainsbury's yesterday and picked up Dances with Wolves for £3 , hadn't seen it for years and watched it again last night. What a brilliant movie it is the storyline and settings are fantastic, best £3 I have spent in years