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Postby i_am_a_viking » Sun Mar 21, 2010 5:49 pm

Kami wrote:Watched The Fourth Kind the other night, wasn't expecting too much of it but I'd have to say it was pretty good. So...I'm now freaked out by owls, also that night I actually woke up at 3:33....seriously fuck that shit :lol: :eyes:


I found the woman in that to be scarier than anything. Her eyes were MASSIVE.
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Postby clare-l » Mon Mar 22, 2010 3:24 pm

It was 3€ cinema day again yesterday, so I saw three films.

The Men Who Stare at Goats: Funny, bizzare, not very subtle but very good. Especially loved hippie!George Clooney and Jeff Bridges. second best scene: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqlOAx0ID5E & best scene: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KNpmRH6kKM

The Princess and the Frog: an absolutely adorable and quite funny Disney film. reminded me of new golden age Disney, with a little bit of jazz in the music. brilliant stuff.

Precious: was about the same length as the other two films but seemed longer. draggy and depressing but well-done and well-acted.
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Postby markt91 » Mon Mar 22, 2010 3:50 pm

Recent cinema visits...

Shutter Island - Fantastic
The Bounty Hunter - Not bad
Green Zone - Not bad
Invictus - Very good
The Road - Awesome

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Postby MotorAmarth » Mon Mar 22, 2010 3:52 pm

Aled and I saw "I love you, Philip Morris" on Friday

...well that wasn't what we expected :lol:
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Postby necrochrist » Mon Mar 22, 2010 3:53 pm

MotorAmarth wrote:Aled and I saw "I love you, Philip Morris" on Friday

...well that wasn't what we expected :lol:


any good? i cant stand rom coms usually but i like Jim Carrey and looks a bit different to the usually shite
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Re: movies

Postby Johnny Tightlips » Mon Mar 22, 2010 4:01 pm

necrochrist wrote:
MotorAmarth wrote:Aled and I saw "I love you, Philip Morris" on Friday

...well that wasn't what we expected :lol:


any good? i cant stand rom coms usually but i like Jim Carrey and looks a bit different to the usually shite
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Oh its different alright...

Gayest film ever, in the literal sense. Well, not as gay as some independent films, and not as gay as gay porn, but as far as a Jim Carey film goes, its so gay. Gay gay gay gay gay.

Basically, if you'd enjoy watching Jim Carey and Ewan McGregor gaying out together, you'll love this film.

God, I used the word "gay" a lot in this post.

EDIT: I should point out though that I actually enjoyed the film :lol:

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Postby Beardy » Mon Mar 22, 2010 4:02 pm

Smokey And The Bandit 2 was on Sky when I woke up this morning, it's still brilliant :lol:

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Re: movies

Postby necrochrist » Mon Mar 22, 2010 4:03 pm

Johnny Tightlips wrote:
necrochrist wrote:
MotorAmarth wrote:Aled and I saw "I love you, Philip Morris" on Friday

...well that wasn't what we expected :lol:


any good? i cant stand rom coms usually but i like Jim Carrey and looks a bit different to the usually shite
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Oh its different alright...

Gayest film ever, in the literal sense. Well, not as gay as some independent films, and not as gay as gay porn, but as far as a Jim Carey film goes, its so gay. Gay gay gay gay gay.

Basically, if you'd enjoy watching Jim Carey and Ewan McGregor gaying out together, you'll love this film.

God, I used the word "gay" a lot in this post.

EDIT: I should point out though that I actually enjoyed the film :lol:


sounds pretty gay....

so if you dont mind people acting gay is it actualy good then?
like is Jim Carey on form?
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Postby Johnny Tightlips » Mon Mar 22, 2010 4:06 pm

necrochrist wrote:
Johnny Tightlips wrote:
necrochrist wrote:
any good? i cant stand rom coms usually but i like Jim Carrey and looks a bit different to the usually shite
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Oh its different alright...

Gayest film ever, in the literal sense. Well, not as gay as some independent films, and not as gay as gay porn, but as far as a Jim Carey film goes, its so gay. Gay gay gay gay gay.

Basically, if you'd enjoy watching Jim Carey and Ewan McGregor gaying out together, you'll love this film.

God, I used the word "gay" a lot in this post.

EDIT: I should point out though that I actually enjoyed the film :lol:


sounds pretty gay....

so if you dont mind people acting gay is it actualy good then?
like is Jim Carey on form?
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As an actor, yes. As a comedy actor, no - but mainly because its not really a comedy. There are a few moments that will give you a chuckle, but for the most part is quite serious.

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Re: movies

Postby clare-l » Mon Mar 22, 2010 4:51 pm

I enjoyed I Love You Phillip Morris. But his first boyfriend was infinitely hotter. Ewan McGregor was adorable though.
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Postby MotorAmarth » Mon Mar 22, 2010 4:54 pm

It was a great film, just the content was a little unexpected :lol:
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Re: movies

Postby angel_of_death » Mon Mar 22, 2010 5:31 pm

Johnny Tightlips wrote:Gayest film ever, in the literal sense.


You've not seen Bruno then :lol:

I'm in two minds about seeing it, it doesn't look too bad...but I've hated almost every Jim Carrey film and I can't stand camp people...I may end up seeing it when I run out of other films. Gotta see Shutter Island, Girl With the Dragon Tattoo first...then Scouting Book for Boys...Then this week we're on to Kick Ass and Blind Side.
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Re: movies

Postby Luke_X » Mon Mar 22, 2010 5:37 pm

angel_of_death wrote:
Johnny Tightlips wrote:Gayest film ever, in the literal sense.


You've not seen Bruno then :lol:

I'm in two minds about seeing it, it doesn't look too bad...but I've hated almost every Jim Carrey film and I can't stand camp people...I may end up seeing it when I run out of other films. Gotta see Shutter Island, Girl With the Dragon Tattoo first...then Scouting Book for Boys...Then this week we're on to Kick Ass and Blind Side.


i like how you contradict yourself

I can't stand camp people


Scouting Book for Boys


:yes:

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Re: movies

Postby angel_of_death » Mon Mar 22, 2010 6:03 pm

Luke_X wrote:
angel_of_death wrote:
Johnny Tightlips wrote:Gayest film ever, in the literal sense.


You've not seen Bruno then :lol:

I'm in two minds about seeing it, it doesn't look too bad...but I've hated almost every Jim Carrey film and I can't stand camp people...I may end up seeing it when I run out of other films. Gotta see Shutter Island, Girl With the Dragon Tattoo first...then Scouting Book for Boys...Then this week we're on to Kick Ass and Blind Side.


i like how you contradict yourself

I can't stand camp people


Scouting Book for Boys


:yes:


Is there campness in scouting book for boys?
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Re: movies

Postby Luke_X » Mon Mar 22, 2010 6:21 pm

im guessing you didnt get the joke.

scouts go camping

scouts leaders tend to be very camp as they like hanging out with little boys