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tell us the last movie you watched and was it good?

i will start ..i watched inception it was good science fiction matrix like twist


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dfnz

last movie i watched was The Conjuring 2. i love scary movies! 

 
Hilalkara

Sherlock Holmes dizisini izlemiştim güzeldi filmi de mükemmel.

 
MickeyML

Hey :) 

The last movie I watched was probably Endgame. I really loved it, but it really broke my heart

 
Sha -50

Hey

 
Nagore.L

The last movie I saw, it was pride and prejudice, it really is one of the movies that I love the most and that I never tire of watching, without a doubt one of my favorites.

 
sabah2001

The last movie i watched was the hangover part 3, it was hilarious, loved it!

 
BenjaminDi

Today I watched  Harry Potter.

 
Jak4Walton

2 Guns with Mark Wahlberg

 
amylang008

Hi everyone. I am looking for a penpal for my niece. I'm skeptical of creating a profile for her because it can look bad for them in some instances. My niece is gorgeous, half French Canadian and half Dominican. She is 36 years old. The sweetest, most resilient, person I've ever known. I love her dearly and I'm sure anyone who meets her will share my sentiments. If interested please contact me via email and I will send you her info. My name is Amy my email address is amylang008 [at] gmail.comrel="nofollow"

 
MichaelWStabosz

I used another of my 3 free movie passes to see A.X.L, which is a really boring movie about some dirtbike enthusiast kid who finds and steals a military robot dog.  He is not arrested or punished for this.  The guy who built the dog is, for some reason.
 

 
Moonlampje

The last two movies I saw were: "To all the boys I've loved before" and "SPF 18". Both movies were really cute

 
MichaelWStabosz

I have been watching a lot of movies lately.  I signed up for AMC A-List which is 3 movies a week for $20 a month.  That's more movies than most people could go to.  Still, the price makes me more open to watching movies I might otherwise have little interest in.

 

Today I went to see The Happytime Murders, which was not very good.  They kind of wanted to do a film noir / adult comedy version of Sesame Street style puppets, but it just felt immature.  Like it was a lot of sex and profanity and violence just for the sake of being edgy.  Still, the movie was basically free and I had plenty of free time.

 
termaineb

Deadpool 2. I liked it. There was one scene I that seemed to drag on just a little too long (even though it made sense that he would do something that). Other than that, I enjoyed everything else about the movie.

 
Rajaa

A very old film but i love it : Meet Joe Black heart with Anthony Hopkins & Brad Pitt 

 
MichaelWStabosz

I watched Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle. I watched an edited version on MTV 2 because my DVR picked up the recording for anything with Paula Garces, my latest celebrity crush. I should watch the unedited version just to see how much cursing there actually is. Some of the editing is pretty funny, like when a crazed hillbilly mechanic invites the heroes to "come in and kiss my wife". I'm pretty sure he didn't really use the word "kiss". Also towards the end a character holds up his index finger toward Harold, but I'm pretty sure he actually held up a different finger.

 
vynte

A few days ago I watched "The Secret Life Of Pets." I definitely needed some light-hearted entertainment!

 
PDS

I don't have a television so I generally don't watch anything. So the last movie I remember watching was 'Suicide Squad'. My daughter loaned it and her laptop to me so I could watch it. I think I watched it three times in a row. It quickly became one of my favorites. But don't take my word on it being any good because it's been several years since I watched tv. I may have just been starved for entertainment. Lol

 
Sunnysideup

The Martian, Matt Damon, really enjoyed it, a man stranded on Mars who had to learn how to survive and thrive on his own...much more upbeat than I expected and a thrilling ending!

 
PPAz83

Baby Driver.

For about the 5th time! Love it! :love:

 
GalapagosDiver

Paddington 2 - Awesome feel good film, which actually made me think a look about those incarcerated - if you've seen it, you'll understand why. Basically a film about looking for the good in others. Loved it!

 
Pisces_Lion

The last movie I saw at the cinema was " The exchange of princesses ". It's a French historical movie, I loved it.

 
lslc12120

you will enjoy the big Sick I really was pleasantly surprised!

 
MichaelWStabosz

I saw "The Disaster Artist", the Franco Brothers movie about the making of infamous cult classic film "The Room". Saw it in the theater on Friday. Great movie in its own right, even better if you are a fan of "The Room".

 
Moonlampje

I'm watching Christmas Inheritance on netflix as we speak

 
jamie3197

I really want to see The Big Sick and Lady Bird. I watched I Smile Back - it was good but sad, I want to read the book. I was planning on seeing Thor:Ragnarok a couple of months ago, but that never happened. I am kind of growing tired of the hype behind movies. I also want to see the tv series Alias Grace. But I love celebrity gossip - another weakness and secret shame of mine.

 
lslc12120

SO last night I watched the movie "The Big Sick" I LOVeD IT! It was a lot beter than I thought it would be! Super cute movie

Linda

 
phillygurl

I just watched Martian with Matt Damon. Oh wow! It was a great movie. I didn't think I would like it because I am not a Sci Fi kind of girl, but it was really a cool movie.

 
Tom141255

I went to see Grimsby, Sacha Baron Cohen's new film yesterday, it was really funny but not as funny as he previous films/character's. He certainly did his usual shocks but very funny. Worth a watch.

 
Moonlampje

Judas Kiss

 
A Driver For Hire

"Catch Me If You Can" was on cable the other night. Nothing to heavy, but a clever movie.

 
Deckard

Deadpool and despite all the hype from the general public, I didn't think it was all that,

 
swk1983

Watched The Martian after having listened to the audiobook. I quite enjoyed it but the book, as is common, was better. Like Tom, I am looking forward to seeing Grimsby but I'm a bit worried that it turns out that they put the only funny bits in the trailer ( I was caught out before) I will keep my fingers crossed.

 
Sporadium

I am looking forward to watch Grimsby, apparently it is very funny

Sounds a bit fishy to me

 
Tom141255

I am looking forward to watch Grimsby, apparently it is very funny

 
Moonlampje

The search for John Gissing

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Sporadium

TV is better than film now in my opinion.

I took my kids to see the new Star Wars movie last month, but that was the first film I had seen in a long long time.
I probably see most of my movies now on planes actually. A couple of weeks ago I was on a Vietnam Airlines flight and the movie shown on all screens to all passengers was Mad Max. Soooo funny. Can you think of a more unsuitable film?

Regarding the Oscars... personally I can't sit through more than 5 minutes of it. I'm not interested in celebrities and even less so in watching them fawn over each other and pat each other on the back.

 
Amantha

Experimenter.

Very interesting movie on human behavior. Sad really.

 
Earthmother

Watched "The Martian" a couple of days ago. Found it very enjoyable.

And I finally watched "West of Memphis" on Netflix, which was sad and fascinating at the same time.

 
A Driver For Hire

Finally watched The LEGO Movie with the family.

"Everything is awesome!"

 
Saskatchewanian

I saw a list of 6 other documentaries you should watch beyond Making of a Murderer...this had an ending I was not expecting.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MO4E20W1KF4

 
Deckard

Home Alone 2

 
Moonlampje

Bedknobs and Broomsticks

 
scarab03

as I type, Gone with the wind.

 
Saskatchewanian

The Hateful Eight, loved it...but I'm a massive lover of Walton Goggins so...anything he does is tops with me. I do think the movie was really good though and moved really well for something almost 3 hours long.

I also finally watched Selma...not sure why I didnt watch it last year when it came out but better late than never. Recommend.

 
Ishtar

Big Hero 6, two weeks ago. And maybe this afternoon Inside Out.

 
Amantha

I want to see that too but will have to wait till it comes out on DVD. I would feel silly going to see it alone.

 
Moonlampje

Not yet, but I'm going to see the new minion movie tomorrow

 
Amantha

The best of me on Netfix. It was really good if you want to watch a tearjerker.

 
Girl On Fire

Perfect Romance. A cheesy rom-com about a mother who tries to set her daughter up with a 'decent' guy for a change by placing a lonely hearts style ad, in her daughter's name. When a really charming man replies, she sets about corresponding with this guy via letters, hoping to build a relationship between them. The letters work and the guy agrees to come and stay with the family for a while to meet the daughter - thinking that it's her he's been writing to all along. When he arrives the mother tells the daughter what she's done and has to give her a crash course in romantic poetry and the persona that the man is expecting. In reality she's the absolute opposite of everything the mother made her out to be, so the daughter struggles to try and fit in with the idea that he's fallen in love with.

Perfect Romance (TV Movie 2004) - IMDb

It was a lot better than I expected and it showed the power of words and the ways in which people fall in love via letters - which seemed kinda on topic for some discussions that have gone on in here. If you like easy-going romantic comedys and movies which have a kind of Shakespearean comedy of errors feel to them, then give it a go. It was just on television. daytime tv afternoon movie stuff. suitable for all the family and also if you want a nice feel good movie to make you smile. :-)

 
Moonlampje

Johnny English :D

 
Bob Sacamano

[I]Better Off Dead[/I]

The paperboy still wants his two dollars.

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Jennah

My son and I watched a movie during supper last night, Extinction 2014.
It was good, but not what I expected. I generally don't read the descriptions, although I should lol!
Later I looked it up online... a few of the graphics/covers was even better then any part of the movie Lol!
All in all I did good picking it though, My son loved it.

Just finished watching tonight's ep of The Voice. Great show tonight, amazing artists and music, and that band is amazing too.

 
Sporadium

I watched Interstellar last week. That was good. I like space stuff and thought it was a great movie. I like movies that manage to capture that "wonder of space" feeling. There were a couple of plot holes the size of the black hole that the plot centered on, but I don't let things like that ruin the experience. Movies are entertainment and I was entertained.

 
Cicci44

The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Family movie night and my oldest picked this one. It is a truly amazing film, not only for young adults.

 
Sporadium

I like swords and sandals movies so the last movie I saw was probably Hercules or the new 300 movie.
Don't watch many movies though. There has been a gradual decrease in the quality of movies being made I think. This decrease is proportionate to the massive increase in the quality of TV shows being produced. Some TV shows now are superb in story, acting and production. Sometimes they drag them out too long, but there are some superb shows to enjoy.

 
Saskatchewanian

Furious 7

The ending was surprisingly sad...and not what I was expecting. I'm impressed how they reworked everything considering he only filmed half of the movie prior to his death.

It was a big lame on the fight scenes...too far "crouching tiger hidden dragon" for my taste but...I like it.

 
Saskatchewanian

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

 
Unknown

Wreck it ralph is the last movie
I've watched it everyday for a week.
It's currently my daughter obsession.

 
A Driver For Hire

I see about 1 movie every 18 months or so ... last one was the third installment of The Hobbit franchise.

 
AuroraDawn

Big hero 6, saw it at the theater and just rented it last night. It's a Disney, but I will admit it made me cry.

 
Medusa03

The Imitation Game - worth watching.

 
ShadeyBiz89

My mom & I went to see Focus, the new Will Smith movie today after my work & it was pretty good! I'd give it a 7.5 out of 10.. it's been a long time since we actually went to a movie theatre though, that was nice to do that for a change of pace! :)

 
KatG

Birdman

 
Saskatchewanian

I saw Unbroken and American Sniper, Gone Girl.... in the order of enjoyability.

 
Unknown

The Blind Side

This movie makes me cry EVERYTIME.

 
vickyally

The Pillars of the Earth

 
Cicci44

The Blind Side

 
DanPal

My Old Lady with Kevin Kline

 
MissIndependant

Alnost Famous

 
Saskatchewanian

fences

 
scarab03

neighbors

 
Saskatchewanian

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt 1

 
Saskatchewanian

This is Where I Leave You

This reviewed terribly (on rotten tomatoes) so I was hesitant but quite a few people I know saw it and enjoyed it.
I also enjoyed it...I love me some Jason Bateman and Adam Driver.

 
Saskatchewanian

I watched How to Die in Oregon recently and then suddenly saw a rash of stories about people moving to Oregon to use the legislation and outrage and whatnot. I had, until the point of seeing that documentary, not been aware this legislation even existed.

This documentary (on Netflix etc) is extremely well done. It's respectful and compassionate. It shows the real deal. It was a lot to watch, extremely emotional (for me) but very worth while.

I always thought Oregon was one of the US States I could enjoy and this drove home that point.

Recommended watching for everyone, especially those that disagree with Right to Die.

 
MissIndependant

At about 2 this morning I was on Netflix watching, Call Me Crazy: A Five Film. It's 5 shorts about people battling with different mental illnesses and how it affects them and the people who love them.

LOL! I just noticed that a smiley is in place of the word c r a z y. I had no idea that would even happen.

 
josephina2

Meant to say love not live lol.

 
josephina2

Maleficent today. It was great I live Disney movies :)

 
MissIndependant

At about 2 this morning I was on Netflix watching, Call Me Crazy: A Five Film. It's 5 shorts about people battling with different mental illnesses and how it affects them and the people who love them.

 
Anonymous

The Fault in Our Stars
Proooooooooobably should have waited for rental...it was a weeper...and containment was tricky. Luckily the theatre was full of 15 yr old girls also sniffing and wiping their eyes HEHE!

It's good though...recommend.

 
februarymoon

They played it on a plane I was on last month. Rows of passengers sobbing. Not how they imagined they would start their holidays, I'm sure.

 
DanPal

I was glad I watched it at home...the end made me sob like a child...that would not have been cute in public :)

I guess not :) My neighbour who came to the movies with me didn't mind me wiping my eyes umpteen times, I don't think. She was moved too. The embarassment was worse when her phone rang in the middle of the movie and she took forever to turn it off ;)

 
Anonymous

I just went to the movies and saw Twelve Years A Slave too.
Hard to watch, but an important film.

I was glad I watched it at home...the end made me sob like a child...that would not have been cute in public :)

 
DanPal

I just went to the movies and saw Twelve Years A Slave too.
Hard to watch, but an important film.

 
Anonymous

12 Years a Slave is heartbreaking and a really good movie.
The Wolf of Wall Street (although highly recommended by some babe in Salem) is really hard to get through...and extremely long. Not my style.

 
DanteV

American Hustle, thought it went on a bit, but appreciated the acting, especially Christian Bale.
Also saw Odd Thomas on dvd.........a really nice film!

 
RaineDancer

Really? Eric was the most interesting character? Hmmmm... Might give the movie a miss in that case lol. Thanks :)

 
Riley

I haven't read the books, but I've heard from other people that quite a few parts are cut out (which isn't surprising for a film adaptation - even if it is 2.5 hours long!). I think there were maybe too many characters and too much to fit in so when some of them died (won't say who for those who wanna watch) you didn't really care, because you'd barely seen them. Also three of the guys in her faction looked identical, all white guys with dark brown hair, wearing the same uniform which got a bit confusing. The main guy she falls for is really bland. I think everyone just got watered down to cut the length of the film, the only one who held my interest was Eric.

I did really like the film, just not sure how invested I got in any of the characters.

 
RaineDancer

I went to go see Divergent yesterday, did anyone else find the characters a bit dull?

I haven't seen it yet. Have you read the books? I am not sure I want to watch it, if it is a completely mangled version of the book lol. In what way did you find them dull?

 
Riley

I went to go see Divergent yesterday, did anyone else find the characters a bit dull?

 
RaineDancer

I went to the cinema here, and they told me I couldn't take my backpack in with me... Which I find completely insane, and when I pointed out the lady with the handbag that could easily smuggle a malamute inside it being allowed through, they replied, oh we allow handbags... O.o Some people need to consider their logic, or severe lack thereof...

 
Moonlampje

We're The Millers (sucks big time!), Miss Congeniality (always good for a smirk or 2) and I'm about to watc A Muppet Christmas Carol (aways good for a cry or 2). And that all in 1 day.

 
RaineDancer

The Secret of Nimh

 
Anonymous

Tent City, USA
is
Sadville, USA

 
Riley

Pitch Perfect. Pretty fecking good.

 
Anonymous

Erasing Hate
It's a documentary about a guy and his wife that were part of "the movement"...and his face was covered in tattoos... it follows him through the process of getting them removed. All in all... not badly done.

 
Banned

To be honest, I hate going to movies because of all the jerks.
So would rather watch films in my home.

You forgot to mention the twelve dollar ticket, the six dollar small bucket of popcorn, and five dollar "sip" of soda...

 
Riley

Now You See Me

I'm not sure I'd recommend it.

 
rainy daze

To be honest, I hate going to movies because of all the jerks.
So would rather watch films in my home.

I go to the movies during the week, it's quieter.
Once, I went to see the last of the mohicans with my grandpa, we were the only ones in the theatre :)

 
Earthmother

Haha! Exactly!
I have a deep fear of very small towns in the middle of nowhere.
Between the texas chainsaw massacre, deliverance, gummo, the hills have eyes and other various movies, I pick up my speed a little when driving though ;)
Because those movies are an accurate depiction right?

No, no...not at all!

[SIZE=1]Says the person who is from a very, very small town with lots of trees.....[/SIZE]

 
rainy daze

Deliverance is like watching a car crash...you don't want to look, but you just can't help but slow down your own vehicle to take a gander.

Haha! Exactly!
I have a deep fear of very small towns in the middle of nowhere.
Between the texas chainsaw massacre, deliverance, gummo, the hills have eyes and other various movies, I pick up my speed a little when driving though ;)
Because those movies are an accurate depiction right?

 
Earthmother

I watched deliverance the other day, I was a bit traumatized.
Anyone ever seen gummo? That movie was upsetting too. Weird.

Deliverance is like watching a car crash...you don't want to look, but you just can't help but slow down your own vehicle to take a gander.

 
rainy daze

I watched deliverance the other day, I was a bit traumatized.
Anyone ever seen gummo? That movie was upsetting too. Weird.

 
Banned

Last actual movie that I've seen ad nauseum so I wasn't really watching was "Despicable Me" last night with the kid.

Admit it...you loved it...it's okay.

Apparently this movie was a "sleeper"....but it was actually pretty darn good.
"The East"

 
furcifer

Not about a movie I watched last, but about an upcoming one... Bay's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. I can already feel the favourite franchise of my childhood violated, yet wish to see it either way. (My expectations are influenced by my dislike towards his version of the Transformers.)

In order to not derail from the actual topic too much, the last movie I watched was Disney's Frozen a few weeks back.I liked the whole aspect of romantic love between man and a woman, which is so ingrained into Disney movies, being replaced a bit with sisterly love, and that the studio actually took a dig at their own tradition of characters wanting to get married after like two hours of meeting. I did not like the serious case of same face syndrome with the leading female characters (plus their mother), the sisters looked way more interesting in the initial story board/concept art.

 
MoxieBravo

Last grown up movie I watched was "Dallas Buyers Club."

Last actual movie that I've seen ad nauseum so I wasn't really watching was "Despicable Me" last night with the kid.

 
Linny

I watched "Rush" last weekend. Awesome movie about the 1976 Formula 1 season (and the battle between playboy driver James Hunt and nerdy genius Niki Lauda). I'm a huge F1 fan so this was a perfect movie for me (and my husband).

 
KAM

Sunset Boulevard 1950... Great movie.

 
YMIHere

It's very odd because I've watched a lot of horror movies in my life, not toward the slasher end but the more thriller or classic or the "big 10" types (Rosemary's Baby, Shining, Psycho, all the classics) that all others are themes on, the well known ones, and the 28 Days Later types. So it's a little hard to "impress" me with one of these films. I recently turned to the Asian horror directors for new and inventive ideas such as Ringu (the original Ring)...there's a lot of amazing stuff coming out of Japan and Korea at the moment.

Insidious is an odd duck. There's moments where it wobbles for sure and you wish it wouldn't because othewise it would be PERFECT. For me, as a writer, the thing I dug about it so much was that the scary thing was staring right at you, so to say, it didn't rely on cheap overused tricks, etc. There are some great moments because of that. Even the use of music and the film's title was cool.

Okay, I saw a few steals, can't help but see them and blurting out "that's stolen from The Shining" or "that's from Night of the Living Dead"...I know, I know... I shouldn't, but, I can't help it, I watch like a hawk for those things. -I'm ranting, but- cool to see something like Insidious. May I ask if you have seen the 28 Days Later franchise yet? Hands down, the BEST of it's genre. Truly will stay in your blood (so to say!) and rock your world! OMG if you haven't seen that yet... run don't walk to rent them!

I love those movies. The RAGE Virus. Those f*ckers move fast, not like Walking Dead. LOVE Walking Dead. Going to suck when the season ends.

 
nagardner

well yeah. i was a big kerouac fan so she found them to show me. but he doesnt really appeal to elderly greek ladies, especially when he is that elderly greek ladies drunk neighbor.

 
bad_girl_bex

yeah she did. I read a couple of things, and it was just meaningless. he was so drunk he was just putting words down.

To be fair, his published stuff sounds like he was perpetually hammered too!

 
nagardner

yeah she did. I read a couple of things, and it was just meaningless. he was so drunk he was just putting words down. Shes passed away, and like i said it was an ex so i'm not sure what they ended up doing with any of it.

 
bad_girl_bex

I know the family has some stuff. She was a rich old woman who could have cared less about him.

Did she realise how famous he was? Not that his notoriety has any bearing on his being a really irritating neighbour of course!

 
nagardner

I know the family has some stuff. She was a rich old woman who could have cared less about him.

 
bad_girl_bex

my ex's grandmother lived next door to kerouac for awhile, he used to get drunk and write stuff and then knock on the door and try to sell it to her. She wanted nothing to do with him, but her stories were funny.

Did she keep anything of his? She could probably make a bit of money out of it now, what with the film seeing a renewed interest in his writing.

 
nagardner

I'm trying to get through On the Road.
I remember reading the book when I was young...and I didn't particularly love it. I'm not sure why I thought I'd enjoy the movie.

Recklessness and irresponsibility just never appealed to me.

my ex's grandmother lived next door to kerouac for awhile, he used to get drunk and write stuff and then knock on the door and try to sell it to her. She wanted nothing to do with him, but her stories were funny.

 
bad_girl_bex

I'm in the proces of watching Saving Mr.Banks. So far it's interesting :)

Any update? I really wasn't sure how this was going to pan out as a movie. I know that Mr Banks became the father in Mary Poppins and think that I read that this movie was about the author's dealing with Walt Disney or something? Or have I got that completely wrong? Emma Thompson is a total gem though, so might just be worth a look to see her in action.

 
bad_girl_bex

I'm trying to get through On the Road.
I remember reading the book when I was young...and I didn't particularly love it. I'm not sure why I thought I'd enjoy the movie.

Recklessness and irresponsibility just never appealed to me.

It was more the stylised Beat generation way in which it was written that made me hate the book. I remember seeing the one long toilet paper roll that Kerouac actually wrote 'On The Road' on and thought "Right, so that's why this reads like one long stream-of-consciousness nightmare." As a bit of a stickler for spelling, punctuation and grammar, I just found the meandering prose with uncorrected errors, too distracting and not particularly engaging. It might have been groundbreaking in its time, but nowadays, who hasn't taken a boatload of mind altering substances and thought they'd discovered the meaning of life in a rock-pool? I strangely have much less trouble digesting the last 35 page long chapter of Ulysses, with Molly's stream-of-consciousness, but then Joyce had already set the scene for the rest of the book, in more structured prose, so it wasn't entirely jarring.

I had considered watching 'On The Road' instead of re-reading the book, to see if perhaps it managed to sum up the feeling of a time gone by - better than some unedited drivel - but might reconsider now. Was it just the themes or the general standard of film that made it bad?

 
Anonymous

I find Garrett Hedlund super hotso... so... it was a sell for me. But even he isn't enough for me to love the ridiculousness of Dean Moriarty!

 
rainy daze

I'm trying to get through On the Road.
I remember reading the book when I was young...and I didn't particularly love it. I'm not sure why I thought I'd enjoy the movie.

Recklessness and irresponsibility just never appealed to me.

I never knew there was a movie, I loved the book when I was younger! Recklessness and irresponsibility have always appealed to me ;)

 
Anonymous

I'm trying to get through On the Road.
I remember reading the book when I was young...and I didn't particularly love it. I'm not sure why I thought I'd enjoy the movie.

Recklessness and irresponsibility just never appealed to me.

 
bad_girl_bex

'One Chance' - about the life of Paul Potts

I like Brit movies, and both my neighbour and I liked this one :)

I love British films too! In fact, my top three films of all time, are all Brit flicks: 3/ V For Vendetta, 2/ Educating Rita and at No. 1. Withnail & I. [I]"We've gone on holiday by accident!"[/I]

Where I live, a deal was struck with the film industry and Pinewood studios, where the government invested lots of money into the project, offering special tax incentives for film production companies who come over here to shoot movies. There are always actors roaming around the place and a few years ago I actually got to meet Richard E Grant (the legendary star of Withnail & I) which was my only experience of being star-struck, despite him being delightfully charming, affable and eloquent, with a tiny hint of mischief in his eyes and a bright beaming smile. He was an absolute dream to be working around - unlike the stroppy "don't you know who I am?" routine that Belinda Carlisle tried to level at me, shortly before I banished her to the back of the queue!

 
DanPal

Oh that's interesting. Will have to look out for that, I quite like Paul Potts.

It's in the movie theaters here in Denmark right now. Come on over :)

 
Anonymous

Oh that's interesting. Will have to look out for that, I quite like Paul Potts.

 
DanPal

'One Chance' - about the life of Paul Potts

I like Brit movies, and both my neighbour and I liked this one :)

 
Anonymous

Stand Up Guys

The Boat's recommendation... he found it far more hilarious and amazing than I did. Likely for good reason a movie about a guy getting out after 28 years in was a bigger hit in prison :)

 
bad_girl_bex

Have literally just finished watching 'City of Angels' again for the trillionth time and can't help but feel a little tear in my eye. I know it's cheesy (and I much prefer the darker original 'Wings of Desire' that it's based on) but despite the religious overtones, there's a message regarding life in there that we should all remember. Nothing in life is guaranteed. Our time on this planet is short - none of us truly knowing how many sunrises we'll get to see in our lifetime. So we should never take our time here or those we love for granted. If you love someone, tell them. Let your loved ones know how much they mean to you, so you're never in a position where you regret what you didn't say. Be generous with your affection and genuine in your sentiments. I don't believe in any sort of afterlife, so to me it's even more important to make my time on this planet count. And on that note I shall have to go hug my other half and tell him how much he means to me.

 
bad_girl_bex

A coupe of nights ago I watched a Japanese film called 'Confessions' which was an awesome thriller where you start off thinking it's a straightforward revenge plot, but after seeing the story play out from the alternate perspectives of the other characters (during their 'confession') you start to question what you thought you knew about everything. Your allegiances with characters changes as you get to hear how they came to be in the position they are now. Your sympathy wanes for some and increases for others as, like an onion, deeper and deeper levels of plot are revealed, showing you the true motivation for the actions of characters. It was shot beautifully, using a very limited colour palette of greys, dark blue, black and muted tones which really mirrored the heavy feeling emanating from each character. The slow-motion shots were ethereal and creepy, with a stunning soundtrack that kept my completely gripped from beginning to end. I watch a lot of Japanese cinema, so I'm used to the montage effect and the predominance of school-children and their mentor teachers in films (the character of Werther is just a totally satirical take on the cultural ideal of teacher as sensei - if a little over the top). If you like psychological thrillers that make you think and challenge your preconceptions about what it means to be bad, good or smart, then give this film a go. I promise it will stay with you, long after the credits roll.

 
Lydya

I'm in the proces of watching Saving Mr.Banks. So far it's interesting :)

 
shumway

Criminal Minds is a super scary show. This season and last season they've turned the corner into a different kind of show but...prior to that...it was extremely scary.
I can watch this season (for the most part) with no harm done.

I love criminal minds. Gotta say I didn't really notice any difference between the seasons until you mentioned it though. I guess it actually has gotten a little less creepy, though i never really had any problems with the creepyness of some of the previous episodes.

 
Henrietta

Criminal Minds is a super scary show. This season and last season they've turned the corner into a different kind of show but...prior to that...it was extremely scary.
I can watch this season (for the most part) with no harm done.

Criminal minds is one of my favorite shows, no nightmares! :)

 
nagardner

I have a love/hate relationship with the show. I HATE the gruesome episodes (Like..the dude who killed people to use their eyes for his taxidermy thingamajigs.. or the dude who installed cameras in his victims eyes...or... the dude that kept women and amputated their limbs by tying off their bloodstream...or that one episode where someone was tortured by tying their hands behind their back..and then hoisting up the arms until something popped..oh god, the screams) but I LOVE the cast and the acting and the psychological babble.
And everytime Jasper starts an episode (of any series, really) and I hear scary music or a woman crying I go "Please, tell me that's not Criminal Minds..."

ugh i hated the one with the taxidermy eye thingamajigs, and the one when he turned people into dolls. suuuper creepy.

 
Lydya

Criminal Minds is a super scary show. This season and last season they've turned the corner into a different kind of show but...prior to that...it was extremely scary.
I can watch this season (for the most part) with no harm done.

I have a love/hate relationship with the show. I HATE the gruesome episodes (Like..the dude who killed people to use their eyes for his taxidermy thingamajigs.. or the dude who installed cameras in his victims eyes...or... the dude that kept women and amputated their limbs by tying off their bloodstream...or that one episode where someone was tortured by tying their hands behind their back..and then hoisting up the arms until something popped..oh god, the screams) but I LOVE the cast and the acting and the psychological babble.
And everytime Jasper starts an episode (of any series, really) and I hear scary music or a woman crying I go "Please, tell me that's not Criminal Minds..."

 
Anonymous

Please, for the love of God, I hope they don't bastardize Point Break.

 
whitediamonds

True. Most old movies are better then the remakes.

As Willbenice says, I so agree.

 
rainy daze

Ive gotten lazy here, I ignore basic grammar rules, " they'll get it" is what I tell myself :)

 
Anonymous

I saw it back in the 1980s loved it then.

80s version- Good
2014 reboot- Meh

 
rainy daze

I saw Robocop in the theaters. So wasn't impressed.

Oh!!!! I remember when terminator 2 came out, my ma took me, there were no seats left and we had to sit on the stairs!!!
I was thrilled and knew some big movie thing was going on, but didn't really understand it!
(I still love that movie :)

My grandpa used to take care of me, because he was retired and I had a single ma, he took me to see "the last of the mohicans" we were the only ones in the theatre (we went the matinee)

I also forced my mom to go to "white fang" about 6 times!!! I couldn't get enough of it!!

So, um..... i think my little stories have nothing to do with this thread...and Im not sure what Im trying to talk about... Just got carried away :)

 
JoshA

Criminal Minds, wish they had a Canadian version of the show.

We have To Serve and Protect, which is kind of like Cops, which is kind of like Criminal Minds.

 
Anonymous

I saw Robocop in the theaters. So wasn't impressed.

 
Anonymous

Criminal minds? wow! Prisoners I thought was very good.

Criminal Minds is a super scary show. This season and last season they've turned the corner into a different kind of show but...prior to that...it was extremely scary.
I can watch this season (for the most part) with no harm done.

 
JoshA

The Shining is one I can't watch alone.
I also cannot watch Criminal Minds after 8pm or I wake up certain that killers are in the house.

Criminal minds? wow! Prisoners I thought was very good.

 
Anonymous

Just something light before bed......

hehehehe!! This made me start snickering out loud. You're hilarious :) Light, indeed!!!

Once after I had been watching Criminal Minds season 1 on dvd episode after episode until bed time each night and it made me start to wake up with night terrors. I woke up one night fighting someone that was standing at the foot of my bed...literally blanket throwing...taking swings... I was terrified to sleep for a few days because it was so vivid.
Needless to say... I implemented the pre-8pm rule at that point HEHE!

 
rainy daze

The Shining is one I can't watch alone.
I also cannot watch Criminal Minds after 8pm or I wake up certain that killers are in the house.

I don't even have to watch it the same day to be sure there is probably a killer in my house.
The other day, for some reason I thought it would be a good idea to watch Ted Bundy's last interview before execution...
Just something light before bed......

 
Anonymous

Let it be noted that I DO NOT like The Shining.

The Shining is one I can't watch alone.
I also cannot watch Criminal Minds after 8pm or I wake up certain that killers are in the house.

 
rainy daze

Let it be noted that I DO NOT like The Shining.

It is one creepy movie!

 
Anonymous

Let it be noted that I DO NOT like The Shining.

 
DanteV

Another future inmate.

Will someone write to me.....or him?

 
Anonymous

All my favourite movies are black and white. Just realised: Paper Moon, It Happened One Night, All About Eve ( which is eerily similar to this board sometimes.) and Roman Holiday. Willbenice, which scary black and whites do you like? The old hammer horrors? Or have I misread? I'm mad about 30s and 40s Hollywood but haven't explored horror because I am a wuss.

 
whitediamonds

I have to, just have to meet you...................or beat you to death!

Another future inmate.

 
DanteV

I so enjoy alot of movies, but any that scares me.
Like Old Black and White films.

I have to, just have to meet you............i will either love you forever........or beat you to death!

 
DanteV

I saw it, broke my heart..........but you what, the giirls all like " oooh everyones alive", id be like ' Daryl its just you and me...forever! !!!".

 
Anonymous

The Waking Dead contains a guy called Daryl Dixon.........and thats all you have to know.....................:notworthy:

:yum:

My fb post after the last show was "Oh Daryl, I would console the sh1t out of you!" hahahahah!

I won't say what happens in case you haven't seen that one :)

 
rainy daze

Supposedly real life hauntings, they do interviews with people and the reenact what happened, its terrifying.
To be honest, Im afraid of the dark. I know that sounds ridiculous from a grown woman...
My friends laugh because I can travel across Asia alone, but I sleep with a night light. :/

 
DanteV

No! I don't do scary that well.... I made my husband take me to pee every time I needed to go the whole two weeks we watched the walking dead box set :/

What's it about?

The Waking Dead contains a guy called Daryl Dixon.........and thats all you have to know.....................:notworthy:

 
Anonymous

No! I don't do scary that well.... I made my husband take me to pee every time I needed to go the whole two weeks we watched the walking dead box set :/

What's it about?

 
rainy daze

Oh! Totally dumb!!!!
I do that all the time, the worst one to watch alone is that show called a haunting? It really freaks me out!!!!!!
Have you seen it?

 
Anonymous

I watched the movie "Sabrina" before i left for work tonight. The original with Audrey Hepburn and *swoon* Humphrey Bogart. Not the newer one with Harrison Ford which i hate. But its one of my fav movies.

Apparently Bogart had awful halitosis and was a complete heel towards the divine Ms Hepburn, which takes away from it for me. Although still a wonderful film! Roman Holiday, on the other hand... I refuse to believe Audrey and Greg didn't have a quick snog behind the bike shed....

 
Anonymous

Currently watching The Shining, alone. Which is dumb. Also, me and The Pirate had a conversation about how Joyce Carol Oates looks like an owl and the wife in The Shining looks like Joyce Carol Oates but doesn't look like an owl and is that a tautology or an oxytautology and then we just got confused and asked Yahoo Answers what tautology meant and got THE TRUTH. Anyway, just had the bit with the twins, who didn't age well, according to Buzz Feed. Jack Nicholson though, still would.

*wiggles finger* Red Rum.

 
DanteV

Rush.......and i dont even like Formula 1, but Ron Howard is a brilliant director and the film is amazing!

 
Anonymous

Ooo I want to see August:Osage Country!

 
nagardner

I watched the movie "Sabrina" before i left for work tonight. The original with Audrey Hepburn and *swoon* Humphrey Bogart. Not the newer one with Harrison Ford which i hate. But its one of my fav movies.

 
Beanz

I so enjoyed : One Flew over the Cuckoo's nest. (1975)
Loved the stuttering guy. (Book and the film)

Ohh One Flew over the Cuckoo's nest is a great film. I LOVE IT!! and the book too!!

I just saw Thor 2 and the Second Hobbit Movie (for the second time)

 
nagardner

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty with Ben Stiller. SO boring, I fell asleep - more than once!

Im sad because i really wanted to see that movie and thought it looked good, and you are like the 5th person to tell me how boring it was.

 
Silas Sydenham

[B]Cloudburst[/B]

Olympia Dukakis and Brenda Fricker ---- WONDERFUL !!!!

Not a happy movie, but an empowering one.

 
HCHEMT321

Currently watching Saving Private Ryan for the 500th time....

 
whitediamonds

Primal Fear

 
Anonymous

Vanishing Point. Surprisingly good 70s B movie with one of those annoying endings that you can't really get your head around!

 
elysium

Oz: The Great and Powerful... is it wrong that I'm nearly 30 and still enjoy anything Oz related? :err: xx

 
Anonymous

The Way Way Back. I recommend it to those of you that a) fancy Sam Rockwell and b) like indie films

I love me some Toni Collette!

 
Anonymous

The Way Way Back. I recommend it to those of you that a) fancy Sam Rockwell and b) like indie films

 
DanPal

'One Chance' - About the life of Paul Potts. Serious and light at the same time - My kind of movie :)

 
DanPal

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty with Ben Stiller. SO boring, I fell asleep - more than once!

 
Heisenberg

Junkie (Junkie (2012) - IMDb) with Robert Lasardo. It's a small budget movie, but it's entertaining. It's about two heroin addicted brothers and their struggle with life. I'd give it 4/5 stars.

 
sunspot79

Fearless starring Jet Li, good stuff.

 
Moonlampje

Can't buy me love, waaayyy before patrick dempsey turned into mcdreamy. He actually was even cuter back then :D

 
DanPal

[QUOTE=JoshA;1118272]Be sure to see this in [U][I][B]3D[/B][/I][/U] it is worth it.[/QUOTE]
Yup, I did :)

 
JoshA

'Gravity' with Sandra Bullock and George Clooney.
It's a MUST SEE, so amazing.

It's in 3 D and there are breathtaking pictures from space, and a rollercoaster ride of and actionpacked story.
And little Miss Bullock carries the whole movie from start to finish.
Good ol' George is the 'funny man' :) But then he floats off into space :(

Be sure to see this in [U][I][B]3D[/B][/I][/U] it is worth it.

 
DanPal

'Gravity' with Sandra Bullock and George Clooney.
It's a MUST SEE, so amazing.

It's in 3 D and there are breathtaking pictures from space, and a rollercoaster ride of and actionpacked story.
And little Miss Bullock carries the whole movie from start to finish.
Good ol' George is the 'funny man' :) But then he floats off into space :(

 
Anonymous

Oh gosh. It was Pacific Rim. Because Boyfriend of Selly likes watching large Robot movies. :dunno:

 
Dannii

The Place Beyond the Pines.

I just loved this film, not sure whether because Ryan Gosling was this sexy hot blooded tattooed criminal or the film was just really good.

... Might even watch it again tonight ... For the film off course, not Mr Gosling or anything. :uhh:
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Anonymous

Hunger Games - Catching Fire

Not as good as the first but... I still enjoyed it and for 2H26M it went very quickly.

 
Riley

Coach Carter

 
Fire Walk With Me

Jacobs Ladder. One of my personal faves

 
KAM

Last night was a classic movie night. To Kill A Mockingbird.

 
rainy daze

Bridesmaids! Hilarious! :rollinglaugh:

I found that movie hilarious too- especially the speech part, when it got really awkward......

 
Henrietta

Bridesmaids! Hilarious! :rollinglaugh:

 
Franconia

Gone with the wind! LOVE the dresses and the beauty of Vivien Leigh. :awe:

 
lepapillon

Ocean's 11 & 12, they were on telly last night :)

 
Lydya

My Fair Lady :D old timey romantic movies, I love 'em

 
DanPal

I went to the movies this afternoon and saw 'The Butler'.
Very interesting and moving.
Good job, Forest and Oprah :)

 
MooKnit

I'm having a lone movie fest tonight, I have let my recorded movies build up. Realised today I have 87 recorded! Just watched the remake of "Don't be Afraid of the Dark". That was a snooze fest. Now watching "Greenberg" and it's pretty good. Well 2 down (almost) only 85 more to go.

In the "what to watch next" pipeline is:
End of Days
Girl with the Pearl Earring
Ladder 49
Scott Pilgrim vs the World
or finally .. Sliding Doors

 
RebelUSA

I have watched a few Movies over the past few days, The Lone Ranger was amazing...you just gotta love Johnny Depp, Dispicable me 2 was just hilarious and so was the Magnificent Burt Wonderstone and last nigth I watched The Conjuring which was very good and quite scary in places! Especially the Doll, now that was some scary looking Doll! Tonight I'm going to watch "The Purge" one of the things myself and my pp have is Movies....he's lucky enough to be able to watch Movies very rugulary in his prison, he tells me what he's going to watch, I also watch it and then we discuss it, we have very similar taste in Movies! :)

 
RaineDancer

Monsters University. Our daughters first time to the cinema (all four of us went). I can't believe she actually sat through a whole movie... And she loved it! Bonus.

 
rainy daze

Searching for Sugarman. It was AMAZING!!!!

 
Anonymous

The Way Way Back..... it was alright... I was hoping for more.

 
Anonymous

Also..if your mcdonalds is like the one here...it's the toy with the happy meal...pay the $4...throw out the food... keep the toy:)

 
RaineDancer

[QUOTE=Linny;1105188]I went to see Despicable Me 2 with my son. We both loved it!

Only downside: my son now wants me to make him a Minion. Which wouldn't be a problem if I actually would have some kind of creative bone in my body but that's something I'm sadly lacking. Oh well, there's always the internet!

And for those that haven't seen the movie and think "Huh? Minion?", this is how they look: [ATTACH=CONFIG]4314[/ATTACH][/QUOTE]

Look on Etsy. Look up Minion in the search bar, lots of things.

Can you crochet?
INSTANT DOWNLOAD Despicable Me Minion Pattern by OwlwaysCrafty

There is one already made in the shop too...

 
Anonymous

 
JoshA

I went to see The Lone Ranger at a drive in, totally awesome funny movie, loved it. One of the few movies I would actually want to watch again.

 
Linny

I went to see Despicable Me 2 with my son. We both loved it!

Only downside: my son now wants me to make him a Minion. Which wouldn't be a problem if I actually would have some kind of creative bone in my body but that's something I'm sadly lacking. Oh well, there's always the internet!

And for those that haven't seen the movie and think "Huh? Minion?", this is how they look: [ATTACH=CONFIG]4314[/ATTACH]

 
rainy daze

I watched Frailty the other day. I really liked it.

 
RainOnATinRoof

I am in the middle of watching TiMER, which is a very poor life choice right now. It's about how you can get these little wrist timers that tell you when you'll meet your soulmate as long as they have one. There's a family where one sister has like 15 years, one sister's soulmate doesn't have a timer so hers doesn't show anything, and the youngest brother gets a 3 day timer when he's like 14.

I can't decide what would be the worst fate - having a ridiculously long timer or having one that doesn't show anything. Why am I torturing myself with this movie?!

 
Anonymous

I thought Peeta looked pretty good also:D

I watched Country Strong for the 10th time today... still really like it...even thought I hate Gwyneth

 
Lydya

I watched the Hunger Games. And I was actually surprised by how decent I thought it was. I had expected a Battle Royale ripoff, but was pleasantly surprised. The biggest downside of the movie was me feeling like a pedophile for thinking that Peeta looked kinda cute.

 
RaineDancer

Warm Bodies. It was amusing, I didn't know anything about it beforehand, so I went in with no expectations. It was good for a laugh, which was well needed.

 
ilseke

My last movie was fast and the furious 6 too :)

How can you not love vin diesel, dwayne johnson and all those other hotties in that movie :p

 
emmak

I watched The Hangover III this past week - it was stupid, and not even stupid funny. The first one was 100% better.

 
Anonymous

I watched Fast and Furious 6 today
I liked it

 
Writergirl28

I watched Byzantium 2 weeks ago at the cinema...a poor excuse for a vampire film.

 
Moonlampje

I'm about to watch Harry Potter and the Deadly Hallows pt 1 (part 2 will follow short after), I'll be crying my eyes out...

Must admit that Alan Rickman was the PERFECT cast for Severus Snape, one of my favs!

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sunspot79

I watched Skyfall over the weekend - I I felt it was a tinge below par...like James Bond was on weekend

 
RaineDancer

Prometheus. More religious than I anticipated.

 
Anonymous

The Place Beyond The Pines
My co-worker told me that there was a "twist ending" and.......there was not haha So I spent much of the end assuming something was going to happen when it played out... mostly how you'd expect. No major twist.

 
Bense

Sadly, [I]After Earth[/I]. That movie was probably the worst movie I've seen for in maybe 3-4 years. I despise Tom Cruise, but I'd now pick Oblivion over it any given day. I should have know the better; Will Smith, Jaden Smith and M. Night Shyamalan, Producer Jada Pinkett Smith and her little brother. I'm Captain Hindsight now. :alcoholic:

I've gotta admit, Smith was and is trying to do good for the black community by sci-fi and mystery means and such, being one of the first main sole lead roles except for maybe Washington, Gooding Jr., Murphy and Freeman. But I hereby pledge I will never watch any Smith family movie again soon. I am sick and tired of the Smith family business. So shall lightning strike me dead. [I]I, Robot[/I] was retarded, [I]I am Legend[/I] was even worse and [I]After Earth[/I] topped it off for me. Seriously... what was I expecting?! :kickass:

Should have waited for "Man of Steel"... Christopher Nolan and Zack Synder. :fall: And now compare that to Will Smith and M. Nightmare Shyamalan. I don't wanna be a "hater". But I just had to get that off my chest. :hopmad:

 
BunnyFooFoo

The Purge. It was...disturbing.

 
Anonymous

I went to see The Lesser Blessed today. It was ok...the book was better... but I do wish I lived more submerged in First Nations culture.

 
Anakin

Resident Evil love those films. Django Unchained awsome film. And Star Wars A New Hope. My all time favourite.

 
BunnyFooFoo

After Earth at the theater last night. It was really good and strange seeing Will Smith in a more serious role.

 
DanteV

Blood In, Blood Out. Recommended by one of my pp's. Hardcore but very moving.

 
Anonymous

I also watched 7 Psychopaths and Argo

Canada really doesn't get enough props for all the stuff they've done to help the USA.... when my penpal told me Britain was the US's best ally... I just about choked.

 
Anonymous

Looper...it was alright...I might have liked it more if I'd seen it in the theatre...but I found it a bit boring for home watching...I was distracted to do other things.

 
Silas Sydenham

I want your love.

It stinks.

 
Taivas

Runaway jury.
Great actors, but way too implausible.

 
JoshA

Olympus Has Fallen, thought it might be dumb but it was excellent.

 
katara

The new "Les Misérables"... might not be anybody's cup of tea, the no-stop-singing, but I loved it! Never thought, Russell Crowe had such a good voice. Never believed, Hugh Jackman was a good actor.

 
Anonymous

This morning I watched a thing called "Slutty Summer"
I include a link:
Pictures & Photos from Slutty Summer - IMDb
But I beseech you, DO NOT WATCH THE MOVIE! It is poorly-acted trash.

did you go into "slutty summer" expecting oscar caliber performances? haha :)

I watched The Sessions last night... I liked it

 
Silas Sydenham

This morning I watched a thing called "Slutty Summer"
I include a link:
Pictures & Photos from Slutty Summer - IMDb
But I beseech you, DO NOT WATCH THE MOVIE! It is poorly-acted trash.

 
Anonymous

Jack
A biopic of Jack Layton ... leader of the official opposition in Canada...until his death in 2011

 
Taivas

Fight Club...for the xxxxx time.

 
Anonymous

Patti Smith: Dream of Life
It was HOooooooooooooooooooorrrible.
The fact that she spent 10 years making it....makes me incredibly sad. But I am not one for a super "artsy" movie. I knew it wouldn't appeal to me but my friend was desperate to see it...and...she agreed...it was terrible.

Tree of life was also horrifically bad. So...moral of the story...if it has "of life" in the title...we've agreed never to see it...even if it wins an Academy Award.

 
Anonymous

Side Effects

 
VikingChick

The Baytown Outlaws - I really liked it!

 
Anonymous

Quartet

 
KAM

The Hobbit.

 
Silas Sydenham

Picnic at Hanging Rock

Nearly 40 years on, and its still the best Australian movie since

Interrupted Melody

 
Welshy

I went to see Django Unchained for my birthday and I loved it! I love Tarantino films usually and in my eyes he's back to his best.

It made me think and I need to learn more about American history

 
Silas Sydenham

Hey, at least there was nice behinds to look at :P

I watched Hansel and Gretel. Good, but not mindblowingly good. I just watched it cos it was a fairytale remake lol. And the leads were gorgeous and soo good looking haha!

Someone's trying to get me to watch Mama, no way man. No way.

Nicer behinds in the elephant house at Taronga Park.

 
mizz_oz

"Magic Mike"

Pure, unadulterated, unmitigated CRAP !!!

Agree Silas, not enough skin...

last movie I saw was "Bride Flight"

 
haebaragi

Hey, at least there was nice behinds to look at :P

I watched Hansel and Gretel. Good, but not mindblowingly good. I just watched it cos it was a fairytale remake lol. And the leads were gorgeous and soo good looking haha!

Someone's trying to get me to watch Mama, no way man. No way.

 
Silas Sydenham

"Magic Mike"

Pure, unadulterated, unmitigated CRAP !!!

 
Silas Sydenham

Sorry. Colin is taken. He's been sleeping in my bed ever since he broke up with Hart Bochner after filming "Apartment Zero".

 
Moonlampje

Today I have watched 3 movies

Bridget Jones Diary 1&2 and Nanny McPhee 1. Colin Firth can come sleep in my bed any day :D

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Writergirl28

The new version of DJANGO. It was awesome. I love all Quentin Tarantino movies anyway but im not a fan of any kind of westerns...until now two thumbs up!!

 
Anonymous

I liked it... it's inspired by true events so that always kind of keeps me interested...and...Ryan Gosling is hot...so that didn't hurt either.
It's a fairly typical mob style movie...so if you like that sort of thing...this doesn't disappoint...in my opinion :)

I didn't feel ripped off by spending $12.00 to see it :)

 
Taivas

Gangster Squad

Sask, would you recommend it?

 
Anonymous

Gangster Squad

 
d4niell4

Fight Club

 
Taivas

Margin Call, for the fifth time.

 
bad_girl_bex

Watched an awesome film yesterday/last night/today (it was on at 1.00am and I have been up since Friday morning - yeah, manic and unable to sleep lol! - so it's getting a bit difficult to differentiate between all the days!). It was called 'Chatroom' and was about the increasing prevalence of online suicide chatrooms/groups which are set up to allegedly offer a kind of sanctuary to depressed people who are seriously considering ending their lives, yet are frequented by malicious, manipulative individuals who want to exploit the misery of those suffering, by encouraging them to commit suicide and film it on a webcam.

It didn't make light of the situation, nor did it sensationalise the issue; it just postulated an incredibly realistic scenario in which a group of adolescents/young adults all came together in a particular chatroom, each with their own problems, insecurities or mental health issues and needing a place to talk. The group was manipulated by its Machiavellian creator (himself a long time sufferer of depression and other mental health problems) who was able to hack their systems when they logged on to chat, find out things about them, then use that knowledge to try and manipulate their behaviours both on and off line. He ultimately wanted to encourage someone who was already depressed or having suicidal thoughts, to become more and more anguished till they believed that ending their lives was their only option.

It wasn't as grim or bleak as it might sound and was really cleverly done. The obligatory pre-viewing voice-over warned about scenes of suicide and self-harm, but it wasn't a particularly morbid or gruesome watch. The scenes depicting a tangible physical manifestation of the chatroom concept, showing the interactions as if they were between real flesh & blood people, rather than anonymous handles and avatars on a screen, were portrayed in some luridly beautiful scenes that were juxtaposed quite simply against the grey, dark and shadowy scenes shot of the characters during their real life experiences and interactions.

It was just another sobering reminder of how we all should be wary of how much we share on the internet. Revealing things to a total stranger who might not be as innocuous s they first seem, can be not only silly but dangerous. We in here know about that! But the focal point of the storyline, the real existence of places online where people go to film themselves taking their own lives, was shown in a very realistic, unapologetic fashion which was both intriguing and unnerving all at once.

I'd recommend it to y'all anyway. It's a British film made in 2010 and quite a fascinating, gripping flick.

I'd give it 8/10 (and I'm pretty harsh when it comes to films.)

Bex

 
wonderfulmarri…

Breathless

 
bad_girl_bex

This Happy Breed. A good old David Lean classic (the dude who made Brief Encounter - another favourite) that follows the life of a working class English family from the end of the first world war, through to the second world war.

 
Moonlampje

life as we know it

 
d4niell4

Natural Born Killers, for the first time last night. I loved it :D

 
katara

Cloud Atlas

 
wonderfulmarri…

TED! Hilarious movie!

 
JoshA

The Paperboy, a little different than Zac Enfron's usually movies.

 
Moonlampje

27 dresses

 
wonderfulmarri…

Craigslist Joe

 
VikingChick

The Hobbit. Fantastic movie!!!

 
katara

the five people you meet in heaven.

 
Anonymous

Coco Chanel

 
NorthernLight

8 Seconds. Excellent movie.

This film chronicles the life of Lane Frost, 1987 PRCA Bull Riding World Champion, his marriage and his friendships with Tuff Hedeman (three-time World Champion) and Cody Lambert.

 
KAM

The Disney movie Brave with my son.

 
Moonlampje

Home Alone 2 and Freedom Writers

 
AuroraLabello

The Hobbit : An unexpected journey. (Recommended if you liked LotR)

 
MakisKaras

Helter Skelter for the 10th time

 
Taivas

The Ghost Writer.

 
haebaragi

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, loved it!

I'm always on this thread, clearly need to get out more!

Oohh I loved that movie! It's one of my favourites :)

I watched Final Destination (4) on TV recently. I've never watched any of the movies in this series so all the gore came as a complete shock, lol..

 
DanteV

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, loved it!

I'm always on this thread, clearly need to get out more!

 
leighqt

Bad teacher

 
DanteV

Dont Look Now with Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie.

 
Silas Sydenham

"Boy Culture" (2008) Absolute rubbish.

 
KAM

My son and I watched Polar Express for like the 50th time.. :D

 
DanteV

Sin Nombre, recommended by Gooddog, an amazing film, very moving.

 
inurface

the kite runner. a must see for sure.

 
fee

The other night I watched Taken.....I thought it was gonna be a load of rubbish but nope it was surprisingly pretty good.

 
Silas Sydenham

"Joyful Noise" Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah. Excellent acting. Preposterous and derivative storyline. Woeful dialogue - except the catty exchanges between Dolly and Queen. Too much singing. I enjoyed it anyway. Sister Act II meets Glee.

 
Lux

The most recent movie I watched was "Moonrise Kingdom" and, like all Wes Anderson films, it was amazing!

 
Taivas

American History X.

Oh, wait, you mean 'latest' movie as in 'new movie'? Then I cannot even remember. I just watch movies without taking into account if they are new or old.

 
Anonymous

Thanks, Beautiful. The "One Liter of Tears" I will watch it when I feel strong enough to. I just looked at it a bit. It's in Japanese! OK, so no need for subtitles. Now, I know I'll probably cry more than a liter.

Douitashi mashete! [

 
bbayer88

Thanks, Beautiful. The "One Liter of Tears" I will watch it when I feel strong enough to. I just looked at it a bit. It's in Japanese! OK, so no need for subtitles. Now, I know I'll probably cry more than a liter.

 
Banned

Had to watch it at work: "H2O" Francois Sagat is magnificent to behold, but even with subtitles there didn't seem to be any plot in evidence.

That...
was just wrong. Thankfully, Google is my friend. Soooo glad I didn't just walk into the Video Store and ask if they carried it.

 
Silas Sydenham

Had to watch it at work: "H2O" Francois Sagat is magnificent to behold, but even with subtitles there didn't seem to be any plot in evidence.

 
DanteV

I enjoyed the movie simple title but, good movie "Paul"

The Simon Pegg film about the alien? if so, loved the line 'get yer own alien' lol

 
Silas Sydenham

"Christopher and His Kind" (2011)

Much the same story-line as "Cabaret", without so much singing and focussing partly on the gay subtexts.

 
Anonymous

I've only been able to watch this movie twice & today I'm being brave enough to watch it again...it's called One Litre of Tears and it's based on the true story of Aya No Namida a young high school girl struck with a deadly disease that causes her to lose control of her entire body, to find strength she begins to write a diary that is later published into a book that inspires other with this and other deadly diseases to keep on striving on. This film is NOT called 1Litre of Tears for nothing, no one I have ever recommended this to can watch it without crying for over half of the film. Beautiful, inspiring film and even more beautiful soundtrack. When my brain tries to allow me to forget to be grateful for every little thing I have including the movement of all my limbs on my body, I watch this film. It is English subbed which I prefer foreign films in their original language but if you do not its still worth the watch. Here is a link to the page with both halves (I HIGHLY recommend it!): AyaNoNamida - YouTube

[video=youtube;KwIAEypqT1Y]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwIAEypqT1Y[/video]

Another amazing foreign film is Turtles Can Fly...watching that after this. I LOVE foreign films! (Japanese/Middle Eastern especially) :)

 
AuroraLabello

Paranormal Activity IV....I had high hopes it would be as great as the previous versions, well..what a waste of the movie tickets lol defs not recommended.

 
whitediamonds

I enjoyed the movie simple title but, good movie "Paul"

 
Banned

I watched this movie by accident the other day. It wasn't one of those that was widely advertised, and it seems as though very few know of it.

"The Factory", with John Cusack and Jennifer Carpenter.
The Factory (2011) - IMDb

I admit, it is a dark film with some graphic content. A good thriller with decent acting and a great plot twist for those that enjoy the genre. I am the type that can usually guess the ending within the first half hour of a movie.
This one I did not see it coming and I have been telling damn near everyone that it is worth the time to watch.

 
Silas Sydenham

"The Lady" Biopic of Aung San Suu Kyi.

Tearful.

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Lux

I am in the process of watching [I]The Avengers[/I] right now. So good :)

 
Anonymous

The Avengers...Tom Hiddleston and Robert Downey, Jr...talk about lustfest lol. #TeamLoki,TeamIronman (yes, Im straddling the fence lol)

 
DanteV

The cabin in the woods, good fun.

 
Xtina

I saw Taken 2 yesterday...not as good as the first, however still very enjoyable! I do love me a bit of Liam Neeson ;) he's kick ass

 
Aurora Borealis

Our idiot brother
[video=youtube;CfyHY58lqCk]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfyHY58lqCk[/video]

 
Silas Sydenham

"Into the Lion's Den" (2011)
Pure, unadulterated, self-indulgent fagshyt crap! I loved it. (I'd taken a lot of paracetomol yesterday.)

 
Anonymous

The avengers... LOVED IT

 
haebaragi

Magic Mike! :kissass:
lol yeah I don't keep up to the latest movies that much anymore...

 
JoshA

The Campaign, I was disappointed, I thought it would be much funnier.

 
fee

Agreed FCP its a great movie.

 
FCP

Roger Waters' "THE WALL". Gave me an insight into great brittania, and how the working class are treated, or werre at the time of theier war w/ Allied Forces' help. That lead me into The History Channel, and that's when I found out the Radar was 'given' to great brittan by the U.S. and how it helped them to monitor the englidh channel from the ground and water to watch for return signals corresponding to Tin, Aluminum, or Any Metal that gave a return' signal'; ....Whichh lead me to the V-1 / V-2, and the Nazis Stealth Jet, to which America and a (Corp.) used to creeat the technology we have todat in the stealth planes/bombers. Germany used thin sheets of veneer glued to one another to creat rigidity, similar to toay's 'ply-wood' pannels....
All that from, (and more), from an ol' Rock-n-Roll Show....
Anyway The Wall is an insigfhtful film, if you enjoy Great Music, and can put-up w/ one persons depictions, life story, trials and tribulations. GREAT M O V I E !!!

 
Sammybee

The last movie I watched was a Korean Movie called "Always." Such a good movie :)

 
'Tinksbaby'

Went to see 'think like a man' brilliant movie...

 
rangers angel

I watched Ted for the 2nd time last night, its so funny!!!

 
smiley

The Dark Knight Rises .....

 
JoshA

The Social Network, after watching it, I am pretty sure I invent the facebook in 2000. Where's my money?

 
Silas Sydenham

"Plan B" (Argentina, 2009)

The subtitles were crap, but even so, there were tear-jerking moments. The best Buenos Aires movie since "Apartment Zero".

 
DanteV

Oh gooddog, i read some of your posts back in my 'lurking days' , you could never produce a Malachi !!!!! but for anyone who has an Issac, my prayers are with you! !

 
gooddog

Children of the corn.......so glad i didnt breed! !!

I call my kids that all the time, as a joke. They haven't seen it yet so they don't really know why I say it... but I do...my little children of the corn....

 
DanteV

Children of the corn.......so glad i didnt breed! !!

 
Silas Sydenham

"Pope Joan" I fell asleep after the first half hour. So perhaps it didn't grip me.

 
fee

Brave......awesome movie, even if it is for the kids....LOL :nod:

Is that the Scottish one? I saw it advertised a while ago on TV here.

 
DanteV

Transformers 3, i was babysitting my godson! !!!! . Ok, i was'nt, i watched it on my own, it was great though :o

 
mizz_oz

Magic Mike, horrible...except for Channing Tatum

 
smiley

Brave......awesome movie, even if it is for the kids....LOL :nod:

 
Silas Sydenham

John Carter - Disney version - a travesty

 
phiend

[QUOTE=Melanie1972;1057007][COLOR="#ff00cc"]pulp fiction...for about the third time. i think it's a pretty good movie.[/COLOR][/QUOTE]

One of my favorite movies. Me and my best friend used to put this on replay every Sunday while getting rid of our hangover. I think I can pretty much recite it by heart now. Rough estimate would be watched about 400 times? :D

 
Melanie1972

[COLOR="#ff00cc"]pulp fiction...for about the third time. i think it's a pretty good movie.[/COLOR]

 
RaineDancer

One of the books I ordered this week :)

I have placed a copy on hold at our library. I was too impatient to wait (I've been waiting a while lol), so watched the movie lol

Now I am on the look out for the doco as well... I didn't know there was one until last week

Its a wonderful movie, hiking to the bus is on my bucket list.

Mine too!!!!! :)

 
JoshA

Into the Wild.... Inspiring, thought provoking and tragic... awesome sound track...

Its a wonderful movie, hiking to the bus is on my bucket list.

 
Juventinean

Hannibal Rising (2007).

It's terrible :(

 
phiend

Into the Wild.... Inspiring, thought provoking and tragic... awesome sound track...

One of the books I ordered this week :)

 
RaineDancer

Into the Wild.... Inspiring, thought provoking and tragic... awesome sound track...

 
JoshA

The Lucky One, wasnt so great, kind of a mash of Charlie St Cloud and Dear John massed together though the dog was a nice touch

 
RaineDancer

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind... interesting premise for a movie.

 
Melanie1972

"julias eyes":a4_12_10::waiting2: ( lol i keep stopping and starting the damned thing),hard to stay with this movie but i want to see what/who is the invisible man...

 
lauratje86

Is it bad that I can't actually remember for sure?

The last film I remember watching is Up, which is an awesome film. I love it :-)

 
smiley

Mirror Mirror

 
rosalinda

21 jumpstreet..

 
Princess poppyc0ck

J. Edger Hover

 
Silas Sydenham

"Maurice" (1987)
One of Merchant-Ivory's gems.
I read the book as a teenager, so I was prepared for it, but even so, I had to watch it in installments. The subject matter hits close to my bones. And at 2hours20minutes, it is quite long. The young Hugh Grant is a delight to behold!

 
smiley

Tuskegee Airman.......I really enjoyed it......new version.......Red Tails. :)

 
JoshA

The Hungry Games and J. Edgar Hover. Hungry games are so fake.

 
Silas Sydenham

"His Girl Friday" Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell
Who would have thunk that a man of my years, fan of the wisecracking sheila (Eve Arden, Thelma Ritter, Mary Wickes) could have missed this B&W gem?

 
RaineDancer

Watched 'We need to talk about Kevin'... O.o

 
debbiety

The latest movie I saw was ''Water for elephants'' excellent movie and I loved all the details..

I really recomend it..

 
Janette444

I just got finished watching "The high cost of living". I was a little slow, but a very good story. Zack Braff is in it. Some subtitles because it is set in Canada.

Speaking of subtitles, has anyone watched the series "Lilyhammer"? I liked it. It streams on netflix.

 
Melanie1972

i saw civil action with travolta, it was a good movie but then when is one his NOT good? the paranormal part 1's last 5 minutes scared the hell out of me! demonic stuff is what alot of the horror story superstitions and such that i grew up with were made of. paranormal 3 was okay, not as scary though. i can't find part 2 yet. (from the library) i refuse to buy movies i can rent for free.unless it's a collectable one like harry potter and twilight.

 
gooddog

Paranormal Activity 2- total crap, as expected

Hugo- very artistic, sweet, kids loved it

Pulse- weird Japanese horror movie that I completely lost the plot of half way through, fell asleep, woke up, then knew even less what was going on!

 
Silas Sydenham

"Pink String and Sealing Wax"
Googie Withers and Gordon Jackson in beautifully cinematographed black and white.
With an almost happy ending.

 
Wabamba

Watched DREAM HOUSE last night. *groans* I didn't like it, and I wanted to.

 
VikingChick

Immortals. Part of me wishes I hadn't... quite the non-brainer atrocity.

I saw the trailer and decided it was not worth watching.

The last movie I saw was Star Wars, Episode1 in 3D. Star Wars is always worth it. (Yes, ashy, I know I'm a geek) :rollinglaugh:

 
tss

Immortals. Part of me wishes I hadn't... quite the non-brainer atrocity.

I know what you mean ... I saw it too:)

 
phiend

Immortals. Part of me wishes I hadn't... quite the non-brainer atrocity.

 
tss

One of the older movies that I watched recently and which I really liked was the film "12 Angry Men" (1957) with Henry Fonda, Jack Warden, John Fiedler ... Very good movie. Fairly simple, but with a message.
Another movie I saw recently was "The Sunshine Boys" with George Burns and Walter Matthau. Great comedy. The film was made in 1975, but confirms that the old does not mean worse. At least for me. I recommend both films.

 
Silas Sydenham

"Stage door"
Katherine Hepburn
Eve Arden
Ginger Rogers
Lucille Ball (In a straight role)

What could be more wonderful?

 
whitediamonds

I saw two this week, "The Green Mile" also the orginal version of "In Cold Blood"

 
Janette444

Oh karleep, I too watch a lot of movies! Sometimes, like on a long weekend, I will watch so many that I forget the titles! But the really good ones, I remember. I loved "Like water..."

 
Silas Sydenham

lol yeah, I will admit that I have seen a vast amount of films in my 22 years of life so far :cute:

I'm 57, and I have seen a vast anount of movies, but even now I limit myself to about one a day.

I'm way too young to remember the silent era, but in my hometown there was a cinema - the Palais - that never bothered to equip itself for the talkies. I'm pretty sure that my first movie there was "Captains Courageous" with Spenser Tracy, Freddie Bartholomew and Lionel Barrymore. Without sound. At the Palais, you went upstairs to the dress circle to watch the movie. Downstairs they'd ripped out the seats, and there was dancing. There was an orchestrelle (A huge wurlitzer-type organ, with drums, bells and whistles). My uncle Bert was the orchestrellier, which was how I managed to get into the place free. The music he played sometimes matched the action of the movie, but most often had to cater to the dancers downstairs. Bizarre. Foxtrots and waltzes, an occasional pride of erin, while you're watching (lipreading) Maureen O'Sullivan or Errol Flynn in a pirate movie.
The Palais is still there. The dress circle is boarded up, the orchestrelle has been dismantled and shipped to Seattle, but there is roller derby downstairs, six nights a week.

 
karleep

I can watch maybe one or two films a month, lol! You must have seen 1000s by now

lol yeah, I will admit that I have seen a vast amount of films in my 22 years of life so far :cute:

 
Anonymous

lol yes I swear sometimes that I do

I can watch maybe one or two films a month, lol! You must have seen 1000s by now

 
karleep

lol yes I swear sometimes that I do

 
Silas Sydenham

Last one of the day was Como Agua para Chocolate(Like Water for Chocolate) based on the novel by Laura Esquivel. Beautiful casting and storyline :-)

"Last one of the day"? Do you have Cinematica Obsessitiva Morbida?

 
karleep

Last one of the day was Como Agua para Chocolate(Like Water for Chocolate) based on the novel by Laura Esquivel. Beautiful casting and storyline :-)

 
Silas Sydenham

Heaven's Gate.
Its a bit overly long, and short on meaningful dialogue; but the scenery, the settings, the story are all superb. The roller-skating scene and the waltz that follows it are quite simply, amazing. It bombed at the box-office, but its worth looking at again.

 
RaineDancer

Re-watching The Lord of the Rings while I train on the bike... they are nice, long movies, perfect for long rides... !

 
Janette444

I watched "Bride Flight" and really enjoyed it.

 
tss

"Law Abiding Citizen" with Gerard Butler - a little bit old but good. I recommend this movie.

 
Moonlampje

the latest alvin and the chipmunks with my ex bf

 
Silas Sydenham

The Shooting Party
One of James Mason's last, and possibly his best.

Now I've got Left Luggage on pause about half-way through. How I adore Marianne Sagebrecht's dry delivery of every line. Miriam Margoyles is sublime.

 
theotherlondon

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. That actually required me to focus pretty much all of the time ;) Some excellent performances.

Looking forward to seeing that movie.

 
Oasis

Watching Message in a bottle for the first time
feeling romantic lol

 
theotherlondon

The last movie I saw was Moneyball... I fell asleep through half of it

So, true saw that film last night...
Must say kind of boring...

 
theotherlondon

The Hangover 2, not as funny as the
first one.

 
kevinsprncss

The last movie I saw was Moneyball... I fell asleep through half of it

 
phiend

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. That actually required me to focus pretty much all of the time ;) Some excellent performances.

 
Silas Sydenham

Last night seen a few Abbott and Costello movies
in black/white.

So reminds of when Men got up when a
Lady came over to a table.

Sadly those old days are long gone.

Not at all.

Come over to Australia.

Chivalry is dead, and rightly so. However, common courtesy is alive and well in Sydney.

 
theotherlondon

Last night seen a few Abbott and Costello movies
in black/white.

So reminds of when Men got up when a
Lady came over to a table.

Sadly those old days are long gone.

 
gooddog

The Help....

absolutely phenomenal. Cicely Tyson had me weeping.
Haven't seen a movie that good in a while.

 
belladiaz

Recently i watched canon and dark knight..I enjoyed alot .

 
Silas Sydenham

i watched "wurthering heights" the one with feines in the role of heathcliff. he is a great actor. i do have a question for the european ppl. in some scenes it had heathcliff and cathy sitting on these rock? looking things, there was lots of them.they were all the same height and width or very close to it. it was like a field of boulders. i never seen anything like that before, the characters talked about the moores is that what the rock things were?

Moorland and heathland are pretty much the same terrain, although heath tends to be lower altitude, and nearer the ocean.

The fields of boulders are created by the unrelenting winds blowing away the tilth, so that any rocks embedded in the soil are partially exposed. We have lots of examples of these in Australia. Uluru is an extreme example, but Dog Rocks, near Anakie in Victoria is closer to what you describe. Google.

 
Silas Sydenham

The original "Rain" in B&W with Joan Crawford. Terrible video made from a terrible print. But Joan Crawford's eyes are always so alive!
Only movie that I can think of where no-one can like any of the characters.

 
Hazelnut

Alice in Wonderland. In 3D. Was pretty good, perhaps didn't need the 3D aspect, but enjoyable nevertheless.

 
WelshGuy22

i watched "wurthering heights" the one with feines in the role of heathcliff. he is a great actor. i do have a question for the european ppl. in some scenes it had heathcliff and cathy sitting on these rock? looking things, there was lots of them.they were all the same height and width or very close to it. it was like a field of boulders. i never seen anything like that before, the characters talked about the moores is that what the rock things were?

'Moors' are not fields of boulders, no. Moors are basically open expanses of untouched land, usually very hilly.

I don't know what the fields of boulders you speak of are though. :shrug:

 
Melanie1972

i watched "wurthering heights" the one with feines in the role of heathcliff. he is a great actor. i do have a question for the european ppl. in some scenes it had heathcliff and cathy sitting on these rock? looking things, there was lots of them.they were all the same height and width or very close to it. it was like a field of boulders. i never seen anything like that before, the characters talked about the moores is that what the rock things were?

 
WelshGuy22

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (the newer one).

Was good, but I think they padded it with a load of unnecessary bits.

 
theotherlondon

Oh yes also, enjoy all the old black and white
gangster films of the 1930s and 1940s.

With Edward G. Robinson or James Cagney.

 
theotherlondon

I love old films, so last night saw:
My Man Godfrey (1936)

 
SimplyRae

The Blind Side - love that film.

 
fee

Last night I watched "Horrible Bosses" it was good but pretty predictable was funny in bits though then I watched "pineapple express"

 
AuroraLabello

Killer Elite w/ Jason Statham and Robert De Niro

 
stu

Hi gooddog how are you today,all good I hope.I didn't know there was a book .re Marley and me. I

 
RaineDancer

Here's one that I haven't, and I won't:
The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence | Films | Reviews | Fortean Times UK

Oh no, they made a sequel? :agross:

I was ill hearing of the first one... I honestly don't understand the thought process of the people who thought it up, let alone the people starring in it....

 
Silas Sydenham

Here's one that I haven't, and I won't:
The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence | Films | Reviews | Fortean Times UK

 
Silas Sydenham

I didn't think Kirk Douglas would be your type. I was thinking more: Ragnar Purttjeson?

 
VikingChick

The Vikings (1958) A bit lacking in historical authenticity (Vikings didn't have wristwatches, for one thing), but a ripping yarn. Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis, Ernest Borgnine perfectly cast, and the consumate Frank Thring as the sneering, smarmy baddie. Oh and a couple of women, who get completely smothered by the male leads' overacting. (And there's one bit-player who inconguously has a scandinavin accent.) !?

Guess I should check out that movie, huh? LOL I kinda like Kirk Douglas, you see.

 
Silas Sydenham

The Vikings (1958) A bit lacking in historical authenticity (Vikings didn't have wristwatches, for one thing), but a ripping yarn. Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis, Ernest Borgnine perfectly cast, and the consumate Frank Thring as the sneering, smarmy baddie. Oh and a couple of women, who get completely smothered by the male leads' overacting. (And there's one bit-player who inconguously has a scandinavin accent.) !?

 
gooddog

Marley and me.good film comedy ha my a$$ It's way to sad.

The book had me sobbing. When she has a miscarriage and the only thing she can stand to have around her in her pain is the dog??? OMG. That one hit home in a way that literally had tears running down my cheeks as I read it.

 
phiend

Zodiac by David Fincher (finally).

 
stu

Marley and me.good film comedy ha my a$$ It's way to sad.

 
gooddog

Thats because you my friend have talent AND class, which obviously the screenwriters do not.

Thanks, it's just that it's hard for me to watch movies and not see the screenplay faults. It irritates me because I'm a nobody sitting in my living room trying to find the flaws in my own writing before I show it to anyone and yet somehow screenplay writers plus money can equal real crap sometimes!!

Then again.... heh heh heh... throw me a few million so I can go get that hammock in Kauai (permanently) and maybe I'll sell my stuff to the first crap sceenplay writer too, ha ha!!!!:aflattery:

 
KAM

The author must cringe as he signs his rights away and watches them take sound bytes from his book to do a paste up film with. Guess if they pay him a few million he doesn't cringe that hard but I cringe when I watch it!

Thats because you my friend have talent AND class, which obviously the screenwriters do not.

 
gooddog

I know people probaby aren't much into this genre but anyway, I watched Red Dragon, because I am reading the book. I really dig Thomas Harris as a writer, I can see his craft, even if you don't like mystery thrillers, he's a good writer. Good book from that stand point, but the film????? Explain to me how Ralph Fiennes, Harvey Keitel, Edward Norton, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, not to mention the great Anthony Hopkins, could all be in the same film together and the film STILL is crap???

Answer is: can't throw money and excellent actors at a bad screen play and expect it to fly. The author must cringe as he signs his rights away and watches them take sound bytes from his book to do a paste up film with. Guess if they pay him a few million he doesn't cringe that hard but I cringe when I watch it!

 
gooddog

Cloudy with a chance of meatballs. In 3D

Tonight it's Alice in Wonderland (the Johnny Depp one) also in 3D

It's funny because I am a huge Johnny fan and a huge Alice in W-land fan and yet I really disliked that movie. I thought the effects were cool and all that but the story didn't do much for me. Some classics do not need " a new twist" IMO. Johnny is of course brilliant in it, as he is in everything. (except Willie Wonka, could have done without that one too, ha ha!)

 
Hazelnut

Cloudy with a chance of meatballs. In 3D

Tonight it's Alice in Wonderland (the Johnny Depp one) also in 3D

 
blipsycat

Puss In Boots. I wasn't expecting much since I thought the last 2 Shrek movies were pretty boring, but this was a lot better than I expected. I'd give it 3.5/5 stars.

 
Silas Sydenham

xxx JMJ xxx

 
Silas Sydenham

Anatomy of a Murder
James Stewart
Awesome
Cannot think why I've never seen it before

 
KAM

His Girl Friday. 1940. Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell, Ralph Bellamy. Awesome funny movie. :)

 
theotherlondon

I love old black and white movies.

Sadly it may be a lost art.

 
theotherlondon

Murder she said. (1961)
Margaret Ruttherford stars in it.
(as Miss Marple)

 
Silas Sydenham

:mebeer:
Seems like you tend towards false (or at least erroneous) memory syndrome?
:roflmao:

 
Huw

Last night.
"Ice cold in Alex"
Sir John Mills in what I consider to be the best suspenseful WWII film ever.

False memory syndrome alert! There was a series of adverts in the 80s for Holsten Pils featuring scenes from classic movies. I was convinced that Ice Cold in Alex was one of them. Turns out I was wrong.

 
Silas Sydenham

Last night.
"Ice cold in Alex"
Sir John Mills in what I consider to be the best suspenseful WWII film ever.

 
Hazelnut

The Last Airbender and Tim Burton's Corpse Bride.

Going by the ending of the Last Airbender, it will be interesting to see if they make a sequal

 
VikingChick

I have seen the "Gladiator Days: Anatomy of a Prison Murder." It was... wow! And yes, the CO's actions or lack thereof was disturbing. What are they there for? To watch the inmates? Just watch, mind you, nothing else. A room full of prison guards, and all they did was run around in their little hole like scared little mice. That was actually almost as disturbing as the murder.

The last movie I watched is "Gremlins". I watched it a couple of nights ago, with QB and my dear son. It was fun, and my son thought so too.

 
Silas Sydenham

Ha ha.... yeeeeeeeeeeeee hawwwwwwwwwwwwwww!

Sometimes it is quite wonderful living close to the arsehole of the earth, and not have to worry about movies.

 
gooddog

That movie seriously had a 'wtf' expression on my face the WHOLE time. My mom is from WV and if she was still around I'd definitely be asking what the hell the deal is with those folks!

Ha ha.... yeeeeeeeeeeeee hawwwwwwwwwwwwwww!

 
Shameless

The Wonderful and Wild Whites of West Virginia...

***they walk among us****

That movie seriously had a 'wtf' expression on my face the WHOLE time. My mom is from WV and if she was still around I'd definitely be asking what the hell the deal is with those folks!

 
gooddog

i saw that a couple of weeks ago! scary stuff!!

the last thing i watched was this documentary "gladiator days: anatomy of a prison murder." watched it on youtube. quite disturbing, to say the least.

I've seen both of these and I'm not sure which one would keep me up at night with the most nightmares but yeah, I wished I had not watched the gladiator days thing before bed...didn't sit well with me. It's disturbing to see a personality that justifies murder in those ways and even more disturbing to see the reaction of the COs as a man is being stabbed to death, ho hum, shall we shift our asses to help, maybe not right now...wow.

Not that the Whites are any less disturbing...oh god!!! Trying to comment on the Whites is like trying to comment on a cataclysmic earthquake and tsunami... the damage is just too great for words...

The thing that really got me interested in my weird little mind in that family was how there were 2 distinct "looks" to have, either:

1) sandy haired, rail thin, and dessicated, or:

2) black haired and some replica of "Mamie" with the same shaped eyes and face

Also the little children running wild in the last scene is enough to send shivers down everyone's spine. Oh and also Brandon Poe White: "I think the judge likes me, I'll probably get to go home and do an alternate sentance..."' Yeah, um... try 50 years. Ab-so-lute-ly wack. (Cool music, though...)

 
MoxieBravo

The Wonderful and Wild Whites of West Virginia...

***they walk among us****

i saw that a couple of weeks ago! scary stuff!!

the last thing i watched was this documentary "gladiator days: anatomy of a prison murder." watched it on youtube. quite disturbing, to say the least.

 
gooddog

The Wonderful and Wild Whites of West Virginia...

***they walk among us****

 
Earthmother

Six Seconds of Freedom.

Online, and more documentary than movie, but definitely recommended.

 
RaineDancer

Cars 2 with my son. Ugh, what a dreadful movie... guns, violence, international espionage - in a kids movie? I have no idea how they went from the plot of the first movie to that... this is a movie I would be happy not to watch again.

 
Hazelnut

How To Train Your Dragon for like the 10th time.

 
AuroraLabello

I went to see Dream House with Daniel Crag last weekend. It was a psychological thriller but very predictable that made it less interesting lol. I had to get used to his role though, I think it's good enough to rent instead.

 
Silas Sydenham

Shawshank Redemption.

Again

But this time with all the 10th anniversary edition bits and whistles.

I think I'd like it better if I didn't know so much about it.

 
fee

17 again. Seen it before but watched it again with my son..good movie.

Im gonna watch that huw thanks :)

 
Melanie1972

i recorded and watched the "good witch"movie series.... it was nice and a great change from "anything prison" that i have been watching.

 
Silas Sydenham

Mister Holland's Opus. What a weepie! But totally unrealistic.

 
Huw

Wow - Just watched Murder on a Sunday Morning.

It's a documentary from 10 years ago about Brenton Butler, a 15 year old boy who was arrested in Florida for the robbery and murder of a woman. I won't say much more about it, but it really hits home how ineffective police work becomes when they believe they have caught the perpatrator.

People in the UK will be able to watch it on BBCi player.

BBC Four - Storyville, 2011-2012, Murder on a Sunday Morning

Highly recommended

 
gooddog

The Lazarus Project....? ummm....not sure what to say about this. Huge screenplay problems and yet as I watched it, I knew it came from a short story and I was right, as I could see by the end credits. Not adapted for screen as well as it could have been. I watched it blind, having no idea what it was about... totally weird, some guy comes back from a death penalty execution, having been "saved" by this group of people that try to erase his past or some such thing.

It wasn't that good, I don't reccomend this to anyone. No name actors and a low budget... it's okay, I'd be proud enough if they made a movie of one of my stories for sure, but it just wasn't really reaching some of the points it was trying to make. The main actor was a bit wooden. (He had a great dog, though.)

But the surprise laugh for me is that is was filmed in Oregon and had major Oregon references and scenery! He wakes up from Texas DR execution and says: "where am I?" OREGON!!!! ha ha ha! It's raining all day long!! (is that some people's night mare or what?)

It's a bit stupid at the end when he just reappears and his wife is like,"oh, I thought they executed you, cool, nice to see you again." ????????? Er, um, okay??

 
Hazelnut

I enjoyed Silence of the Lambs when I saw it, but have to admit I prefer the books. I don't like the blood & gore type scary movies, but prefer the creepy ones. Misery is a great one. Never seen The Shining, but the book scared me enough (granted I did dedcide to read it when I was living in a retirement home turned into student digs and was the only person in the whole place that night).

Ok, last night I watched "9" for like the 11th time.

 
Silas Sydenham

I have never been able to watch more than half of [I]silence of the lambs[/I]. I find it just plain silly. Because the other people watching are scared, and I want to laugh, I just have to leave.

Sir Anthony Hopkins is a great actor. I consider his best work to be in [I]Spotswood[/I].

I know I have a reputation for being a miseryguts, but I find it almost impossible to be scared by a movie. Only movie that I actually felt afraid watching, was the 1962 [I]Day of the Triffids[/I] with Howard Keel.

 
gooddog

I just caught most of Silence of the Lambs, one of my all time favorites, while they were showing it on TV, heavily censored, however- I think the end of that movie is one of the most frightening thriller scenes ever filmed. When she's in his basement and the lights go out and she can't see him but he can see her and he reaches out his hand like he's gonna touch her...!!!!! CRAZY. Love the acting in that movie. Jodie Foster in her prime. I love Jodie Foster.

It made me realize I never watched any of the follow up movies, never did find out what happened to Hannibal Lecter, lol. (good old Anthony Hopkins! Love him too.)

I kind of wish I had a stack of oldies to have on in the background tonight... like something from the 50s, black and white and snazzy like Peter Gunn or something, or old Twilight Zones, just something in the background while I work.

 
fee

Downfall is a great film, but it's been ruined forever by the fantastic spoofs that you can do on youtube. They're usually football related, so not for everyone.

My last film was The Inbetweeners movie. Cried with laughter

I sooo want to see the Inbetweeners movie....they are brilliant.

 
Hazelnut

Last night I watched Red (hubby's choice), I wasn't sure if I'd like it, but it was pretty good and funny in places too.

Night before I watched Clue and The Princess Bride. Both in my favourite movies list and I've watched them tons of times.

 
Silas Sydenham

Rain. Joan Crawford at her youthful and consummate best. And without shoulder pads!

 
Huw

Downfall is a great film, but it's been ruined forever by the fantastic spoofs that you can do on youtube. They're usually football related, so not for everyone.

My last film was The Inbetweeners movie. Cried with laughter

 
RaineDancer

Just watched The Experiment... harrowing to watch. Based on the experiment conducted by Stanford Uni psychologists in the 70's where they chose students to 'pretend' to be prisoners and guards in a mock prison. I remember learning about this in psych class, but watching this movie was tough. It is very eye opening though.

 
darlene35

i just got done watching 200 mph, kinda low budget movie but still good

 
AuroraLabello

Drumline yesterday with Nick Cannon and Zoe Saldana seen it couple times before but it's still nice.

 
Silas Sydenham

Gary Oldman and Alfred Molina at their best:
Prick up your ears.

 
hitthehighway

yesterday watched 'Downfall' - Set in Berlin in 1945 and shows the final days of World war 11, recorded by Hitler's Private secretary, well the part where the Russian Army closes in on Berlin and the end of Hitler and all those close to him who were in a bunker hiding out. It is very interesting but not easy watching in parts as you can probably imagine. Had to put subtitles on as dont understand much German.

 
EasyRider

I watched Jane Eyre, the newest remake and WOW :) I loved it so much and Michael Fassbender is amazing. I don't know what it is about that guy, but he changed my mind about redheads lol they definitely have souls...sexy ones. I should also mention his role in X-Men First Class which was also amazing, LOVED that movie to bits.

 
AuroraLabello

Paranormal Activity III, it was a real good one best of all I say, but pretty scary. Overcrowded cinema didn't help either lol.

 
Silas Sydenham

I've been wanting to see that ever since a friend of Phillip Morris came on to WAP and asked us to sign a petition on his behalf. Haven't got around to it yet.

Stop wanting. WATCH. I'm no fan of Jim Carrey, but I liked this movie.

 
sweetcami

The best movie ever is ''Deer hunter''

 
sweetcami

The latest movie I saw was ''Water for elephants'' excellent movie and I loved all the details..

I really recomend it..

 
Silas Sydenham

[I]I love you Phillip Morris[/I]. Watched it three times over the past few days.
Story is OK, casting is lousy, but the soundtrack divine and clever. Almost like an opera, with a love theme that is also a betrayal theme. I'll put the DVD on the shelf next to La Tosca.

 
fee

be more aware & cautious about their online buddies!

I knew you were all strange MWAHAHA!

 
bananashake

Hi there...I haven't really watched a movie for a while now but the other night watched a docu/film called Catfish! It's pretty disturbing on many levels...all about online friendships!! if you haven't seen it yet...def recommend you check it out!!! really good for young kids/teenagers to watch..teach them to be more aware & cautious about their online buddies!

 
Anonymous

Memento.

It has intriguing screenplay, and for once, I didn't guess the end after few first minutes.

 
Silas Sydenham

[B]Now Voyager[/B].
I have watched this movie at least once a year since I was about 13. (That's more than 50 times)
I know it's what used to be called a [I]Women's Weepie[/I], but I just cannot fathom why they stopped making movies about people behaving with nobility. In my lifetime, [I]Chariots of Fire[/I] is the only one I can think of.
Bette Davis plays Bette Davis - as she always did - but does it divinely in this movie.
Paul Heinreid and Claud Rains are fantastic.
Cameos by Gladys Cooper and Mary Wickes.
And a breathtaking performance by a child - the uncredited Janis Wilson, who looks and acts very much like Virginia Weidler - could it be her?
Beautiful black and white cinematography. (I once bought the colourised version - it was total CRAP)
I know it has been lampooned mercilessly, especially the closing scene, but [B][U]I REALLY LOVE THIS MOVIE[/U][/B].

 
angel_eyes

i'll just watch it for the actor

 
Moonlampje

Davids Mother with Kirstey Alley and Sam Waterston

 
Pip

OH! hahahahahahaha yeah I guess I did haaaaaa, I didn't even notice it :p

 
Pip

anddd the last movie I watched was the Grudge III, which was a sucky movie as well

 
Pip

addicted? wow. it's such a sucky movie :p lol

 
angel_eyes

tonight i gonna see twilight again.addicted to that movie

 
english2791

I rented Source Code last weekend i liked it a lot

 
angel_eyes

saw last night kungfu panda again

 
GlitterChick

last night i watched on AMC "the Godfather" and part of "the Godfather II" i looooooooove mobster flicks and this whole week on AMC they have goodfellas, the untouchables, donnie brasco, etc.

 
angel_eyes

i saw yesterday tekken again

 
VikingChick

Terminator Salvation

I like all the Terminator movies. I love action!!! But this one gave me some extra meaning, since one of the heroes was a guy who was on DR.

 
MakisKaras

Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy

I can't tell you what I did after i saw the movie tho :roll:

 
angel_eyes

the marine 2

 
gooddog

Hahaha yeah I probably wouldn't like it so much if he wasn't shirtless for most of the movie :)

I love the fight in the parking lot between the two rival bands. They're like..."Oh yeah? Well...I'm gonna beat you up!" Priceless. Also how they all fight with each other and have a tantrum and go home and take their toys with them...god I love it. Then he has to go back with his tail between his legs and be all soulful boy...it's fantastic for sure! I could watch it many times.

 
gooddog

I think my friend told me her husband slept with a light on that night, lol. You wanna talk about a ringing endorsement?

It's very odd because I've watched a lot of horror movies in my life, not toward the slasher end but the more thriller or classic or the "big 10" types (Rosemary's Baby, Shining, Psycho, all the classics) that all others are themes on, the well known ones, and the 28 Days Later types. So it's a little hard to "impress" me with one of these films. I recently turned to the Asian horror directors for new and inventive ideas such as Ringu (the original Ring)...there's a lot of amazing stuff coming out of Japan and Korea at the moment.

Insidious is an odd duck. There's moments where it wobbles for sure and you wish it wouldn't because othewise it would be PERFECT. For me, as a writer, the thing I dug about it so much was that the scary thing was staring right at you, so to say, it didn't rely on cheap overused tricks, etc. There are some great moments because of that. Even the use of music and the film's title was cool.

Okay, I saw a few steals, can't help but see them and blurting out "that's stolen from The Shining" or "that's from Night of the Living Dead"...I know, I know... I shouldn't, but, I can't help it, I watch like a hawk for those things. -I'm ranting, but- cool to see something like Insidious. May I ask if you have seen the 28 Days Later franchise yet? Hands down, the BEST of it's genre. Truly will stay in your blood (so to say!) and rock your world! OMG if you haven't seen that yet... run don't walk to rent them!

 
EasyRider

OMG I love this movie, even though in some ways it sux so bad it's like... painful...it's so bad it's good or so good it's bad, or something...
Love the drama...Oh Marky Mark indeed!

Hahaha yeah I probably wouldn't like it so much if he wasn't shirtless for most of the movie :)

 
gooddog

Marley & me

Watched that last week sometime and omg that movie made me cry it was soooo sad.

The book is even worse! The scene where she loses the baby and the dog is the only thing that can comfort her... I can barely get through it, I literally cry TOO MUCH and have to stop reading it.

 
YMIHere

[QUOTE=gooddog;1010321]Insidious.

Wow, what weirdness! 3/4 of the way through it started to get a little wobbly but for the most part it was really great, really weird. Every horror movie is like a take on something that's already been done but I thought they did some very interesting things in this movie. One of the things I noticed was that usually the formula is show you something scary but only for 1 second, or in the shadows. This was very up front with being able to see the weird things which made it all the weirder! Not a slasher or gore or any of that but just a really odd story. I had a good time watching that! (* [B]I'm kind of glad I didn't see it on the big screen, though, because it would have scared me too much...[/B])[/QUOTE]

I think my friend told me her husband slept with a light on that night, lol. You wanna talk about a ringing endorsement?

 
fee

Marley & me

Watched that last week sometime and omg that movie made me cry it was soooo sad.

 
gooddog

Insidious.

Wow, what weirdness! 3/4 of the way through it started to get a little wobbly but for the most part it was really great, really weird. Every horror movie is like a take on something that's already been done but I thought they did some very interesting things in this movie. One of the things I noticed was that usually the formula is show you something scary but only for 1 second, or in the shadows. This was very up front with being able to see the weird things which made it all the weirder! Not a slasher or gore or any of that but just a really odd story. I had a good time watching that! (* I'm kind of glad I didn't see it on the big screen, though, because it would have scared me too much...)

 
gooddog

Rockstar. Oh Marky Mark :awub:

OMG I love this movie, even though in some ways it sux so bad it's like... painful...it's so bad it's good or so good it's bad, or something...
Love the drama...Oh Marky Mark indeed!

 
MoxieBravo

i watched the shawshank redemption last night for the 38957834783rd time. love that movie. no matter how many times i see it, i'm still enthralled.

 
EasyRider

Rockstar. Oh Marky Mark :awub:

 
queenbella

Kung Fu Panda 2. Loved it.

 
Hinkerbell

V for Vendetta. I never even heard of this movie and then all of a sudden I'm being told about it by multiple people even though its old. So I bought it and watched and LOOOOVED it... OH and that looooved it was in a sing song voice just so ya know.

 
YMIHere

Trick R Treat and I was not impressed. I am looking forward to seeing Insidious tomorrow night or so. It will be delivered tomorrow but tomorrow is my first day of work so no saying how tired I'll be. Not to mention my phone should be ringing off the hook with everybody checking to see how the first day went.

Wow! Phones don't have hooks anymore. I just dated myself, lol.

 
MakisKaras

A night at the Roxbury for the fourth time,it's not a MUST see movie but it's crazy and I like it :D

 
robin1978

I just finished watching Eat, Pray Love. Definitely a chick flick and I loved it!! LOL. Can't wait until Thursday night. I'm taking my daughter and her friend to see the midnight showing of Harry Potter!!

 
queenbella

I watched Gnomeo and Juliet, The Dilemma and Surf's Up. That was yesterday. I want to check out Green Lantern, The Mechanic, Green Hornet... tomorrow.

 
theotherlondon

Just saw the film : One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest. (1975)

Once again on a DVD, nice but not the same as seeing it
the first time at the movies. (as I did)

So enjoyed the person who played Billy in the film.

 
'Tinksbaby'

Watched 'Heat' last weekend, with robert d'niro and al pacino, i love gangster movies,well worth watching.

 
angel_eyes

last movie i saw was 1 from steven seagal.like that guy.he is sexy lol

 
jaxzter

watched a vampire flick from netflix last nite
let me in
wasn't bad good story

 
lauratje86

Currently watching Lord of the Rings: Return of the King on dvd. I watched the first two yesterday evening. Well, I say watched, really I just had them on in the background whilst I was doing an assignment. They're quite entertaining films, mind.

 
samsarah44

I have seen recentley..X Men First Class, The Green Lantern and Transformers Dark side of the Moon. Best was X men, worst was Green Lantern..and yes, guess who is trying to get a life and has been hitting the cinemas lately!

 
shostakovich

Netflix Canada isn't as updated as the American version, but I hope to see the "Up Syndrome" KAM mentioned. That seems to be the place to find all these great documentaries, I already have way to big a list of ones I want to watch! Between the classic movies and documentaries on there, I could spend all my time on Netflix! LOL! Am I the only one out there with this problem?

 
ashy

am watching american me at the moment which is very thought provocing for me those who know me and have seen the film will know why :)

 
gooddog

I just watched an awesome documentary: Up Syndrome.
Description: "Using donated digital tapes and a camera purchased with money earned from an eBay sale, indie filmmaker Duane Graves's critically acclaimed documentary chronicles a year in the life of his childhood friend, Rene Moreno, who has Down Syndrome. After graduating from a high school for special students, Moreno sets out to make his way in the adult world, optimistically battling the prejudices his condition engenders."
I watched it on netflix, and have no idea where else it is available.
I know I said I was done but I just had to post this.

post more:yup:

 
KAM

I just watched an awesome documentary: Up Syndrome.
Description: "Using donated digital tapes and a camera purchased with money earned from an eBay sale, indie filmmaker Duane Graves's critically acclaimed documentary chronicles a year in the life of his childhood friend, Rene Moreno, who has Down Syndrome. After graduating from a high school for special students, Moreno sets out to make his way in the adult world, optimistically battling the prejudices his condition engenders."
I watched it on netflix, and have no idea where else it is available.
I know I said I was done but I just had to post this.

 
shyfx

The last film I watched was City of God. Pretty good too if not slightly hard hitting

 
queenbella

I'm watching "Nosferatu" right now. Filmed in 1921, released in 1922. Totally AWESOMEEE

 
Vixxxen00

"A beautiful Mind"

It's on tv now. What a beautiful story. Beautiful movie.
One of my alltime favourites, even though it always makes me cry.

 
shostakovich

"Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" God, I love Marilyn, and Netflix. I see there's a few other classic movie buffs out there.

 
VikingChick

The last movie I watched was Season of the Witch. Not the greatest movie, but it was ok.

 
KAM

I just watched Men of Honor for like the 10th time. What a great movie. Cuba Gooding Jr. is a great actor. He really brings you into his character.

 
Vixxxen00

The Tourist..Very good and Johnny Depp, need i say more :)
Saw Letters from Juliet as well, total Sunday afternoon chick flick, not great but you dont have to follow any plot as there isnt one :)

Haha, well, I was SO curious about that last one!

(Actually now watching 'Dead man walking' but taking a break.)

 
samsarah44

The Tourist..Very good and Johnny Depp, need i say more :)
Saw Letters from Juliet as well, total Sunday afternoon chick flick, not great but you dont have to follow any plot as there isnt one :)

 
Scipparo

[COLOR="darkorchid"]The Rite. And I loved it! It wasn't super scary, but it was very creepy. [/COLOR]

 
theotherlondon

The Treasure of Sierra Madre (1948)

I so enjoy black and white films.

 
queenbella

Last week Friday I watched Kick Ass with a buddy of mine and yesterday he came by and we watched Shutter Island. And I saw Fast and the Furious 5 on Tuesday with my brother. I loved all 3 movies. Kick Ass has Aaron Johnson in it, ZOMG.. soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo hot. And of course Fast 5 had Vin Diesel and The Rock, so that was tooooo awesome. So much awesomeness in one movie. le sigh.

I'm probably gonna watch some Korean and Japanese Horrors tonight. It's been a while.

 
Vixxxen00

'Burlesque'

Liked it.

 
theotherlondon

Yes, I only go to the old movie houses.

Just saw Citizen Kane (1941)

Like it should be seen on a big screen
with other film fans.

 
LittleShoes

I saw 3 last weekend:

[B]Little Red Ridding Hood -[/B] I did not like it very much. I think they try to make it look like the Twilight saga...
[B]Limitless -[/B] Peculiar but very entertaining
[B]Source Code -[/B] Silly but entertaining as well PLUS I luuuuuurve Jake Gyllenhall :awe:

 
gooddog

Couldnt' sleep, watched "Flatliners" on TV. Ah, the early 90s... Keifer Sutherland, Kevin Bacon, Julia Roberts- more beauty and cheekbones that I knew what to do with.

Besides I do like the premise of this story even if it was done with the beautiful people.

 
english2791

My writing teacher told me that the next big thing as vampires die out is mixing 2 things that don't belong in the same time frame or genre such as Cowboys and Aliens. She said it and then I saw that it was coming out!!! At first I was like helllllllll no to that but then I saw the trailer. That actually looks great and I want to see it too!

i shall be lusting after Sam Rockwell come July

 
queenbella

I just watched Yogi Bear....
[video=youtube;I6nW6WxEev4]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6nW6WxEev4[/video]
I heart Yogi.

 
gooddog

well this doesn't count but i can't wait to see Cowboys and Aliens did you watch the trailer?

My writing teacher told me that the next big thing as vampires die out is mixing 2 things that don't belong in the same time frame or genre such as Cowboys and Aliens. She said it and then I saw that it was coming out!!! At first I was like helllllllll no to that but then I saw the trailer. That actually looks great and I want to see it too!

 
english2791

well this doesn't count but i can't wait to see Cowboys and Aliens did you watch the trailer?

 
jaxzter

went to the theater and saw hanna
interesting sci fi action flick
very well done i enjoyed it

 
Cardil

Today, I watched the BBC made movie [B]"Jane Eyre"[/B] from [B]2006[/B], starring the excellent, handsome and very sexy actor, [B]Toby Stevens [/B]as [B]Mr. Rochester[/B] and the wonderful [B]Ruth Wilson [/B]as [B]Jane Eyre[/B]. I have watched the end scenes over and over again and every time I do it, I tear up and cry like a baby... OMG, this is a wonderful story, beautifully adapted and quite true to the book by [B]Charlotte Brontë[/B]. So, as the romantic bunch of ladies that I know most of us in this forum are, watch and enjoy!
[video=youtube;o98TR6n0rH8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o98TR6n0rH8&feature=related[/video]

 
TeriTrej

I am just watching "Freedom Writers" WHAT a movie! Loving it. Also if anyone is into documentary movies check out "Freedom Riders" very good movie.

 
gooddog

I also just seen that film, it was great.

Love the songs by Elton John.

It really surprised me how good it was.

 
theotherlondon

I just saw "Gnomeo and Juliet" with the kids. I was prepared to hate it and daydream the entire time but I LOVED it, it was very, very clever and one of the best kids films in a while.

***I cried during it**** (what an incredible dork crying over animated garden gnomes)

I also just seen that film, it was great.

Love the songs by Elton John.

 
gooddog

I just saw "Gnomeo and Juliet" with the kids. I was prepared to hate it and daydream the entire time but I LOVED it, it was very, very clever and one of the best kids films in a while.

***I cried during it**** (what an incredible dork crying over animated garden gnomes)

 
gooddog

Watched "The Book of Eli" last night. Great story. Highly stylized filming format, very interesting, colorized type of filming. (whatsis whatever it's called, I don't know the real name of how they do that.) They couldn't avoid certain cliches but still I thought the story and it's inherent twist was a great one, it would make a good novel. (maybe it is one?)

Who knew Denzel Washington could do Mad Max manouvers? I am really tired of the "cannibal hijacker/ apocalypse/ collapse of human society" cliches though. Funny how they all have these highly stylized Mad Max type outfits on... where do you buy that gear post apocalypse?? Dahling, where DO you buy those goggles??

signed-a screenplay b*tch always ready to find fault!-

 
queenbella

I have this obsession with watching all The Godfather movies over and over and over and over again... so I watched it... again..
And then I watched Dial M for Murder. I love me some Alfred.

 
TeriTrej

Watched The Recruit last night. Really liked it and you can never go wrong with Colin Farrell.

 
karleigh

Sucker Punch was AMAZING! But a bit complex. Not a good one to watch if you're one of them people that's always saying 'so what happened there?' every 2 mins.

 
kevinsprncss

I can't wait to see Fast Five... but since my step relatives have been in town I've seen Collateral and Law Abiding Citizen... both excellent movies

 
queenbella

Stop that! You're gonna get Wyatt even MORE hot and bothered.

I KNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW :P

 
ArtemisIsLove

I've never really been into him. LOL... but I gotta admit, he was kinda hot in this movie. Cute butt too (I saw his ass a LOT during this movie. I mean, nekkid.. bare ass).

Stop that! You're gonna get Wyatt even MORE hot and bothered.

 
KAM

Watched Pirates of the Caribbean; The Black Pearl, with William last night.

 
queenbella

I've never really been into him. LOL... but I gotta admit, he was kinda hot in this movie. Cute butt too (I saw his ass a LOT during this movie. I mean, nekkid.. bare ass).

 
Wyatt

I just finished watching it.. it was just as I thought: awesome. And that's a lot coming from me, especially since I'm not exactly a Jake Gyllenhaal fan. It was good.

Now Jake Gyllenhaal is one person I would introduce myself to with "Hey, my name is Wyatt, and I think you should SIT ON MAH FACE."

 
queenbella

I just finished watching it.. it was just as I thought: awesome. And that's a lot coming from me, especially since I'm not exactly a Jake Gyllenhaal fan. It was good.

 
queenbella

I just put on Love and Other Drugs. Judging from the trailer, it seemed aight. I'm procrastinating at the moment, so that's why I put it on xD

 
Moonlampje

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows pt 1

 
karleigh

I'm going to see Sucker Punch tonight =D

 
Wyatt

I LOVE P.S. I Love You!

Mr. & Mrs. Smith is on right now... god I love this movie. :)

 
queenbella

I LOVEEE that movie!!! ... (P.S. I love you)

 
ArtemisIsLove

"P.S. I Love You" was a GREAT movie!!!

I just got done watching "Deja Vu" with Denzel Washington. For anyone who hasn't seen it, it is definitely a good flick. I liked it a lot. And apparently it only took me 5 years to discover it because it came out in 2006.

 
Vixxxen00

I just watched 'ps I love you' for the 2nd time because it was on tv.
What a beautiful sad movie.... :(

It's been a long time since I've cried because of a movie.

 
fee

Well no not really, I'm kind of old.

yeh I get what your saying...dont know what classic film I like. Dont like musicals and all that...there must be one I like..hmm need to think.

 
gooddog

And also I am in a permanent state of mourning because Danny Boyle refuses to make the 3rd installment of "28 Days Later" for me so I can find out what happens after the zombies invade France. Really bumming over here, Danny!

 
gooddog

"Twelve" and it sucked. It sucked because it had the potential to be great but instead fell pray to upsetting screenplay cliches. Screenplay adapted from a novel... ouch...not done well.:shrug:

I'm no one and I can do better than they did. (I know, so why don't I? coz I'm busy typing on this forum that's why.)

The only thing that was truly great was during the last awful scene instead of showing the awful scene, they showed an actor's face reacting to the awfulness and you could read terror, disbelief, and ultimately freedom all in his eyes. He had a very strange, non good looking face so it worked perfectly to use him as a tableau. Wins the gooddog seal of approval.

My hobby: :detective: finding screenplay holes and shouting about them.

Can't wait to see Insidious.

Will watch Ewoks in Star Wars 3 (or whatever out of sequence number they give it) soon, with children. (Many people get very upset about the Ewoks but I am far more upset about Jar Jar Binks who in my opinion should not exist in this or any other galaxy.):2cents:

Wookie power. peace out.

 
queenbella

Classics do indeed never get old. But that also depends on how good the movie is. For instance, one of my favorite movies is " Casablanca " , I've seen it like at least 20 times, never gets old.

 
theotherlondon

Do you not watch anything more up to date?

Well no not really, I'm kind of old.

 
fee

Do you not watch anything more up to date?

 
theotherlondon

Are you sure? It gets a wee bit older everytime you watch it :)

Nope, Classic films will never grow old.

 
fee

Arsenic and old Lace. (1944)

That Film gets better each time
I watch it.

Are you sure? It gets a wee bit older everytime you watch it :)

 
theotherlondon

Arsenic and old Lace. (1944)

That Film gets better each time
I watch it.

 
Princess poppyc0ck

We don't go to the movies but we have netflix.....We just watched Due Date last night that was a funny movie.

 
queenbella

I agree, Edward is amaaaaaaazing.

 
jaxzter

MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM I luv edward norton
just recently saw him play twin brothers in leaves of grass
and i love him in 25 hours ,about what he does a day before he has to turn himself into prison for selling pot

 
Vixxxen00

Going to have to see what this is about. I do LOVE a great scary movie and a good one seems so hard to find.

I recently watched "True Romance." A Tarantino film from 1993 that I don't know how I missed with that cast and am watching Good Luck Chuck on Comedy Central right now.

True Romance is one of my fav movies!
If you like a good scary movie: The one that impressed me the MOST EVER is called 'Orphanage'. (NOT 'ORPHAN'!!). It's a spanish movie and it's the perfect mixture between thriller and drama. Go see it!

 
SharonL

tell us the last movie you watched and was it good?

i will start ..i watched inception it was good science fiction matrix like twist

I just watched an older television mini series called Stolen Women, Captured Hearts (TV 1997). It's a western romance story about a Lakota Sioux warrior, Tokalah and the attractive, red haired Anna Brewster-Morgan who becomes his captive and later steals his heart.

 
queenbella

I last saw "Love and Other Drugs" , it was fun to watch. I am practically bouncing up and down waiting for Harry Potter: Deathly Hallows Part 2 and Fast Five (5th installment in the Fast and the Furious line)... Heck, I'm already waiting for the 6th part, which has already been confirmed. :D

 
gooddog

Saw Battle:LA last week and I thought it was complete crap. Even the effects weren't all that, and the storyline sucked.

Going to see Hall Pass tomorrow =)

Seeing the ads for Battle: LA made me think it was a rip off of District 9, that South African film. District 9 rocked so righteously in every way possible... the LA thing just looked dumb in comparison and I'm sure it had none of the social import that District 9 had. Check it out if you haven't already. (won't you, lol?)

I don't see that many screen plays that make me go DAMN I WISH I HAD WRITTEN THAT but District 9 totally made me feel that way. Perfect.

 
ArtemisIsLove

my daughter and i went to a matinee today and saw the movie incidious, it was one of the best scarey movies i have seen in a long time ,it kept me on the edge of my seat from start to end

Going to have to see what this is about. I do LOVE a great scary movie and a good one seems so hard to find.

I recently watched "True Romance." A Tarantino film from 1993 that I don't know how I missed with that cast and am watching Good Luck Chuck on Comedy Central right now.

 
jaxzter

my daughter and i went to a matinee today and saw the movie incidious, it was one of the best scarey movies i have seen in a long time ,it kept me on the edge of my seat from start to end

 
theotherlondon

Tonight after work is my old time B/W films
which I enjoy and watch to relax.

Any old time comedy from the 1930s.

 
LittleShoes

[QUOTE]Jensen Ackles though..another ''omg hi there'' [/QUOTE]

Absolutely sistah!!! :yup:

 
theotherlondon

Just saw: Annie Hall on Dvd.

It was Woody Allen at his best.

 
karleigh

Saw Battle:LA last week and I thought it was complete crap. Even the effects weren't all that, and the storyline sucked.

Going to see Hall Pass tomorrow =)

 
AuroraLabello

Blood Diamond is a good one, and for some reason I still cry at the end of "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button". Inglorious Basterds is amazing, but I think the last movie that wasn't "Despicable Me" or a dinosaur movie of my children's choosing that I saw was Red, and I'm pretty sure John Malkovich should just win an Oscar regardless of if he's been in a movie that year or not, the man is an incredible actor, and I'd probably enjoy watching him reciting the phone numbers from the directory of lower east Manhatten.

Ohh Red was the movie I was about to go see but never did, but yes I have respect for John Malkovich too. The very first movie I saw of him was Con Air.
Are you into war movies also??

@ LittleShoes: Hey ''just looking'' is innocent :rollinglaugh:, I could always have a shot at Jensen Ackles though..another ''omg hi there'' :headbang:

 
shostakovich

[QUOTE]But honestly I did get watery eyes though when watching ''Blood Diamond'' drama/action, so it's not always 100% tomboy stuff lol
Share [/QUOTE]

Blood Diamond is a good one, and for some reason I still cry at the end of "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button". Inglorious Basterds is amazing, but I think the last movie that wasn't "Despicable Me" or a dinosaur movie of my children's choosing that I saw was Red, and I'm pretty sure John Malkovich should just win an Oscar regardless of if he's been in a movie that year or not, the man is an incredible actor, and I'd probably enjoy watching him reciting the phone numbers from the directory of lower east Manhatten.

 
LittleShoes

[QUOTE]''The Mechanic'' with Jason Statham[/QUOTE]

OMG!!! I want Jason for xmass!!! I went to see that movie just to see my loved one (Jason of course lol!). Don't you ladies dare get close to him!! He is MINE MINE MIIIIINEEEEEE!!!! :hopmad:

 
AuroraLabello

I agree, he's a good actor and even I think youre one of the few who thinks his looks are 2nd ha ha. ''Inglourious Basterds'', have you seen that one?

But honestly I did get watery eyes though when watching ''Blood Diamond'' drama/action, so it's not always 100% tomboy stuff lol

 
shostakovich

[QUOTE]I'm not into Brad Pitt (I know impossible but true here ha ha) [/QUOTE]

It happens, you're forgiven. I like his acting, his looks come secondary, but there's just something about him in that movie......

 
AuroraLabello

[QUOTE=shostakovich;995963]I [B]run screaming from chick flicks[/B] faster than my husband does, so you're not the only one. Maybe it's considered more of a "guy" film, but I love "Snatch". C'mon, Jason Statham AND Brad Pitt all ripped up? Plus an actually interesting plot line? You can never go wrong with that one![/QUOTE]

:rollinglaugh: true, I'm not sure what it is, I've always been into action/thriller/horror although I must admit ''Maid in Manhattan'' I liked and ''How to lose a guy in 10 Days'' if that's considered girly girl stuff lol. But ''Snatch'' I've seen a small part, and hand on heart I'm not into Brad Pitt (I know impossible but true here ha ha)

 
shostakovich

[QUOTE]But overall I'm more for action and stuff not really the ''Titanic'' type lol [/QUOTE]

I run screaming from chick flicks faster than my husband does, so you're not the only one. Maybe it's considered more of a "guy" film, but I love "Snatch". C'mon, Jason Statham AND Brad Pitt all ripped up? Plus an actually interesting plot line? You can never go wrong with that one!

 
AuroraLabello

:yup:

Yep, the man may not be a Shakespearean actor, but I still don`t get tired of his movies. I haven`t seen `The Mechanic`yet, but I`m guessing there`s a shirtless scene featuring him in it, I think it`s in every one of his contracts, but I am not complaining in the least!

ow girl, there's defo shirtless scene[B]S[/B] :rollinglaugh:, love the British accent too!
It's very new, just released in cinemas but this one is burned (I know I'm ruining the movie industry lol) I liked ''The Italian Job'' also.

But overall I'm more for action and stuff not really the ''Titanic'' type lol

 
shostakovich

:yup:[QUOTE]''The Mechanic'' with Jason Statham.....the story was ''alright'' the action was good but Jason was the reason I watched haha could look at him forever [/QUOTE]

Yep, the man may not be a Shakespearean actor, but I still don`t get tired of his movies. I haven`t seen `The Mechanic`yet, but I`m guessing there`s a shirtless scene featuring him in it, I think it`s in every one of his contracts, but I am not complaining in the least!

 
AuroraLabello

''The Mechanic'' with Jason Statham.....the story was ''alright'' the action was good but Jason was the reason I watched haha could look at him forever :yup:

 
gooddog

"The Fighter" with Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale. I loved it more than I can express. I was so deeply engrossed that when it was over I had to snap back into my own reality! (boo hoo!)

I haven't loved a movie that much since "The Wrestler" with Mickey Rourke.

Absolutely fantastic and they got robbed on the Oscar for it this year, as far as I'm concerned.

 
lauratje86

I saw that again last week. never gets old!

I know! I'm not really a film person, I tend to prefer watching box sets of my favourite TV series, though I do like animated kids' films! :-D Monty Python is one of the exceptions though, I love all their films and stuff......

 
queenbella

Monty Python's "The Meaning of Life". Awesome film. I've watching it loads of times, but I love it :-)

I saw that again last week. never gets old!

 
Anonymous

I'm with you Laura on the Monty Python films, hilarious. I love 'The life of Brian' just has me in stiches :-)

I haven't been to the cinema in about eight years, I don't like them. Overpriced and hate being sat in a seat for over two hours. Where as at home you can make that all important cup of tea whilst still watching it :-)

The last film I did see (at home) was 'Beaches' because it was on lol!

 
lauratje86

Monty Python's "The Meaning of Life". Awesome film. I've watching it loads of times, but I love it :-)

 
ArtemisIsLove

Conviction! AWESOME MUST SEE MOVIE....with Hilary Swank A+ four stars

I was feeling ill today so didn't watch it though it came via Netflix yesterday. I'll be watching tonight.

The last movie I did see was "Case 39" with Renee Zellwegger as it was a suggestion from my man. It was a good movie and not only because she gets him hot in the pants, lol.

 
AuroraLabello

Apocalypto from Mel Gibson

 
queenbella

Beauty and the Beast: Enchanted Christmas.

 
luvacat

Conviction! AWESOME MUST SEE MOVIE....with Hilary Swank A+ four stars

 
kevinsprncss

I just saw "You again" with Jaime Lee Curtis and Sigourney Weaver... It was hilarious...

 
fee

Jarhead

seen it a couple of times but that movie is class.

 
Vixxxen00

'Buddha's Lost Children'.
a Beautiful, beautiful documentary.

 
theotherlondon

Just saw the Film: The Kings Speech.

Enjoyed it alot.

 
queenbella

lol I don't cry easily. Especially with movies. like, AT ALL> lol

 
YMIHere

Before I conked out last night I watched " Dear John "

I bawled. I bawl at all his movies. If you want a good cry watch, "A Walk To Remember" also by Nicholas Sparks. Just make sure to have the tissues on hand.

 
queenbella

Before I conked out last night I watched " Dear John "

 
whitediamonds

Last movie I had time to watch all the way thru was, "Catch Me If You Can". Main characters, I like their acting skills are, Leonardo DiCaprio/Christopher Walken.
Also a true story.

 
Kirsty

I bloody like him!!

Last film i seen was "love is a many splendoured thing" , was on this afternoon. Oldie

 
jaxzter

I LOVE ED NORTEN he is so cute

 
queenbella

dont even get me started on american history x! talk about SEXY!

I KNOW RIGHT!! hubba hubba.

 
cherrydocs

Edward Norton in American History X.. AWESOME.. Edward Norton in anything = awesome

I saw Saw 3D, LOOOOOOOOOOOL... gorey sh*t in 3D, effing amazing.

dont even get me started on american history x! talk about SEXY!

 
queenbella

hey I love Kevin James! He's awesome. and funny and jolly :) and funny! :)

 
YMIHere

[QUOTE=queenbella;983599]Oh I also just watched West Side Story (for the 132149398948th time) and then someone came over [B]and we watched Paul Blart: Mall cop. I had already seen it before but it's always funny[/B][/QUOTE]

I had this in my Netflix Queue and just couldn't bring myself to watch it. With ALL the stuff I kept putting in my queue, I just couldn't make the time to watch this. I thought maybe my son would watch it with me then I'd get it in under the guise of "Quality Time" but HE didn't want to watch it. I just don't see it being something I'd watch alone.

 
queenbella

Oh I also just watched West Side Story (for the 132149398948th time) and then someone came over and we watched Paul Blart: Mall cop. I had already seen it before but it's always funny

 
queenbella

"clowns"....shivers:arghh:

bauhauahuahaauah they're... so... ICK.

 
queenbella

Edward Norton in American History X.. AWESOME.. Edward Norton in anything = awesome

I saw Saw 3D, LOOOOOOOOOOOL... gorey sh*t in 3D, effing amazing.

 
cherrydocs

just watched fightclub. I love edward norton :)

 
YMIHere

I just put Misery in my Netflix queue so I can get my son to see it. He doesn't like "horror" because they're all just trying to outdo each other with blood and guts but Misery is the ultimate mind f*ck. LOVED it. Both the book and the movie.

Koontz is good too.

 
karleigh

Going to watch 'Buried' tonight, Ryan Reynolds... Mmmm......

 
english2791

"clowns"....shivers:arghh:

 
queenbella

yeah, I've seen it.

yeah, many people feel uneasy cuz of clowns. I know some that are downright afraid..
but I just turn into the Hulk whenever I even SEE one.

 
Kirsty

Clowns make me really uneasy :/ You seen Misery? I love that film, makes me lol at some points though

 
queenbella

Si. I do :)

Except "It". I liked the book. But dear God help me, I hate the movie. Not the movie in itself, but the clown. You know how most people are AFRAID of clowns? I'm not afraid of clowns but whenever I see one, I get really aggressive. I mean, I get furious, I punch things and people. The mere sight of a clown, be it an evil or an happy one, makes me lose my temper. Ever since I was 6 years old. *shudders*

 
Kirsty

D'you like Stephen King, Bella?

 
queenbella

Hitchc0ck is definitely a legend! I LOVE LOVE , LOVEEEE all his movies.

 
Kirsty

Oh fs! Hitchc0ck!!!

 
Kirsty

Porno is funny, it makes me chuckle. I watch it too. Not every day or anything. but I watch it like a regular movie... bag of chips, drink, and I just watch it. You ACTUALLY hear me laughing. True story.

I'm the exact same haha, they're awesome for a giggle or two.

Also, Hitch**** is a legend

 
queenbella

Last movie for me was some softcore porno though..ooeer...seen it a few times on tv, it's got a good storyline! That's my story and i'm sticking to it, lol

Porno is funny, it makes me chuckle. I watch it too. Not every day or anything. but I watch it like a regular movie... bag of chips, drink, and I just watch it. You ACTUALLY hear me laughing. True story.

 
queenbella

Before I conked out last night I watched Dial M For Murder, and now I'm Watching Psycho.
For like, the millionth time, I can never get enough of Hitchc0cks' movies.

 
english2791

deathly hallows part one there was too much camping and it has the same problem that the empire strikes back had that it was setting up for the last movie

 
jaxzter

WATCH TRAINING DAY TONIGHT WITH DENZEL WASHINGTON AND ETHAN HAWKE......great cop movie

 
YMIHere

I'm watching "Shutter Island" right now. MM told me I needed to see it, but it only just came available for Netflix streaming so I'm on it finally.

 
karleigh

We watch a film nearly every night, sometimes 2!

Before Clerks we watched Black Swan (the new Natalie Portman film)

Been watching Ghost Hunters lately though, watched the Louisiana voodoo one and the wild west one from series 6 (I think)

 
Kirsty

Clerks

I'm like KAM, i rarely watch movies tbh, it's kids tv during the day then i just come online at night

Last movie for me was some softcore porno though..ooeer...seen it a few times on tv, it's got a good storyline! That's my story and i'm sticking to it, lol

 
YMIHere

Clerks =)

For what? The 607th time?

Awwwwww Drexel. You're always such a softie.

 
karleigh

Clerks =)

 
Drexel

The Road, very touching movie. Tugged at the heart strings a little bit.

 
queenbella

I can watch movies all day. I love it. Always have. Big movie buff.

 
KAM

I am not a big movie watcher but last night my son and I watched Avatar for like the 25th time...

 
queenbella

LOL. I watched Vampires Suck yesterday and today I watched Despicablee Me and I watched Rear Window again.