What was the last movie you saw?

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I just finished watching Teeth. Watch it. :D
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ukimalefu wrote: UltraViolet

It has this:

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Any Milla is a good Milla.
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I dunno, I just saw Resident evil last night... man, was that bad.
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The Lake House. I was torn between wanting to cry because it was so sentimental sweet and had a happy ending vs. slap my hand to my forehead because it made very little sense.
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Can't wait for Wall-E. Otherwise, *shrug*

edit: oh, and more batman.
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There are several movies that I want to see and the list gets longer every week.
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Adagia wrote: The Lake House. I was torn between wanting to cry because it was so sentimental sweet and had a happy ending vs. slap my hand to my forehead because it made very little sense.


I couldn't even sit through that. I was intrigued by the time difference and the previews, but it was just so terrible.

I watched the Number 23 recently as well. I liked it fairly well, but then I generally enjoy Jim Carrey.
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i watched the new indiana jones movie, it provided a lot of meh. I guess my hopes were up to high, but i just didn't care for it all that much like I did the others.
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Just got Adaptation in from Netflix. I've heard alot of good things about it and finally got around to ordering it. Will be watching later tonight.
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The Incredible Hulk, last night.
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"Good Night, and Good Luck."

stick fiddling wonderful movie.
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arkayn wrote: The Incredible Hulk, last night.

Me too.

What did you think?
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Star Wars Episodes 2 AND 3, again. Image
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I watched Bucket List last night. It wasn't bad.
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agedgruel wrote:
arkayn wrote: The Incredible Hulk, last night.

Me too.

What did you think?


I thought it blew the first movie down to the 34th level of hell.
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arkayn wrote:
agedgruel wrote:
arkayn wrote: The Incredible Hulk, last night.

Me too.

What did you think?


I thought it blew the first movie down to the 34th level of hell.

The first movie didn't need any help.
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Shnicky-Poo wrote: "Good Night, and Good Luck."

stick fiddling wonderful movie.


Glad to hear it, it's in my Netflix que.
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Hairspray.
loved the lyrics on some of the songs
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Lord of the Flies
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Saw Jumper again last night - good movie, not amazing but good.
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FutureDreamz wrote: Hairspray.
loved the lyrics on some of the songs


Old or new?
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I saw the Incredible Hulk the other night. I quite enjoyed it. I like how Marvel seems to be linking their movies together, the Marvel Universe idea.
The visuals don't hold up.
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evilpoptart414 wrote:
FutureDreamz wrote: Hairspray.
loved the lyrics on some of the songs


Old or new?

you mean the 2007 version vs the 1988 version, four years before I was born? :brow:
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FutureDreamz wrote:
evilpoptart414 wrote:
FutureDreamz wrote: Hairspray.
loved the lyrics on some of the songs


Old or new?

you mean the 2007 version vs the 1988 version, four years before I was born? :brow:

You don't watch movies that were made before you were born? By the way, the original is better.
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The new one was a hoot! I kept forgetting that John Travolta was in it.
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That was so creepy. And Justine's right, John Waters' version is MUCH better. The new one was entertaining but not as good.

Also: I never realized there was anyone so young on the forum.
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I also caught Ratatouille on one of the movie channels last night. I forgot how much I enjoyed it. I saw Candy, that Heath Ledger drug movie, about a week ago. I guess the acting was good enough, but the movie was pretty boring as a whole, very lethargic feeling, which I suppose may have been part of the point, but almost no resolution and just not as interesting as you'd expect a movie with drug addiction and prostitution to be.
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justine wrote:
FutureDreamz wrote:
evilpoptart414 wrote:
FutureDreamz wrote: Hairspray.
loved the lyrics on some of the songs


Old or new?

you mean the 2007 version vs the 1988 version, four years before I was born? :brow:

You don't watch movies that were made before you were born?

I'm less likely to be aware of them.
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Indy 4! :D
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King Kong (Peter Jackson's)
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The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissiou - Hilarious! :D

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It's hard not to love Netflix once you've gotten it. I greatly enjoyed Adaptation. I'm considering adding Darjeeling Limited to my list, but I've never really been into Wes Anderson so may just skip it.
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evilpoptart414 wrote: I'm considering adding Darjeeling Limited to my list, but I've never really been into Wes Anderson so may just skip it.


You might like it. Mtpalms liked it, but i didn't last more than a half hour.
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The Hulk.

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Dogma
Weird, huh. Considering. I was watching a movie with George Carlin in it the day before he died.
And in the movie, G.C. played a priest.
I'm like, "Dude! I was just watchin' a movie with that dude in it! Weird!"
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Get Smart! :)
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DukeofNuke wrote: Dogma

One of my all time favorite flicks.
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justine wrote:
DukeofNuke wrote: Dogma

One of my all time favorite flicks.

What she said
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Invisible Target - A Hong Kong movie that came out last year (now on DVD in the US), I liked it a lot. The action was like an 80s Jackie Chan movie.
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