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    Today I have watched lucky number Slevin, V For vendetta and The Prestige. I have to say, i never watched 3 AWESOME GREAT FRIGGIN MOVIES on one day.
    I really liked them. The fact is that they are good in their own way so I should suggest to see them, which I just did :p

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    Saw V for Vendetta last night. Was waaay better than I figured it would be. Like a spinoff of 1984.

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    exaclty, now u mention it, that's exactly it... It really is a spinoff of 1984.
    A great movie btw, I'd suggest it...

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    Just watched The Killing. It is one of Kubrick's earliest works, but turns out to be a great noir picture. I haven't seen every Kubrick movie, all but Lolita, Barry Lyndon, and Eyes Wide Shut, but I should say, that so far, Kubrick might be the most consistent director ever. I only didn't like one of his movies, A Clockwork Orange and that had nothing to do with the direction, it was just that it was really graphic, and there wasn't much to it after that. I am definetly going to give it another chance sometime, just because I feel that I need to. Anyway, go see all Kubrick movies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kosmo Yagkoto View Post
    Just watched The Killing. It is one of Kubrick's earliest works, but turns out to be a great noir picture. I haven't seen every Kubrick movie, all but Lolita, Barry Lyndon, and Eyes Wide Shut, but I should say, that so far, Kubrick might be the most consistent director ever. I only didn't like one of his movies, A Clockwork Orange and that had nothing to do with the direction, it was just that it was really graphic, and there wasn't much to it after that. I am definetly going to give it another chance sometime, just because I feel that I need to. Anyway, go see all Kubrick movies.
    A Clockwork Orange is one of, if not, the dumbest movie of all time. I have seen better movies from the Lifetime Network.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strongbad View Post
    A Clockwork Orange is one of, if not, the dumbest movie of all time. I have seen better movies from the Lifetime Network.
    You watch Lifetime? You haven't seen that dumb of a movie yet, unless you were watching that movie that Mango picked out last weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kosmo Yagkoto View Post
    You watch Lifetime? You haven't seen that dumb of a movie yet, unless you were watching that movie that Mango picked out last weekend.
    Ok, as far as dumbest movie I have ever seen goes, The Ghost of Mae Nak can't win. That guy got cut in half Final Destination style. In a strange turn of events, I am watching Final Destination 2 on USA right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strongbad View Post
    Ok, as far as dumbest movie I have ever seen goes, The Ghost of Mae Nak can't win. That guy got cut in half Final Destination style. In a strange turn of events, I am watching Final Destination 2 on USA right now.
    LOL. Yeah, I forgot about that. And that one dude's laugh is contagious.
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    I finally saw Corpse Bride. It was short, predictable, forgettable, and very strange... but it's still a Burton film with Elfman music, which makes it worth seeing.
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    A Man for All Seasons. What a man......excellent.
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    i've watched inspector gadget 2 today... what a waste of my time...

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    Becket was a well acted historical movie.

    Sleeper was a funny Woody Allen movie about a man who is frozen for 200 years and then gets brought back into society.
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    The Departed.

    Pretty good movie, but everybody getting killed was dumb.

    edit. Would have made part two good if the two main guys stayed alive. I hear Robert Deniro or whatever is going to make part two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazuya View Post
    The Departed.

    Pretty good movie, but everybody getting killed was dumb.
    Hahahaha, spoiler alert? Not everyone died. The best character didn't.
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    Saw Jurassic Park 3 last night. I was bored. :\ Although, even after all this time, it's still fun to see a T-Rex get it's neck snapped like that.

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