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    by Sat December 18th, 2004, 23:27

    The Merchant Of Venice.It was for school puposes(English Lit),but it was really very worthwhile.Quite hard hitting about society back then and how such openly anti-Semitic behaviour was considered the norm :(

    Wonderful film, 8.5/10!
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    by Sun December 19th, 2004, 00:22

    Quote Originally Posted by ollie44
    The Incredibles - 9/10

    I dunnno why but as soon as it finished I could've sat through it all over again. I really liked the characters and the storyline. One of the best movies of the year. The short film before is ace as well
    I saw that today - that little cartoon about the sheep is too cute! It is a good film though
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    by Wed December 22nd, 2004, 01:48

    The Incredibles

    I thought it was crap

    Thunderbirds

    I thought it was crap
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    by Thu December 23rd, 2004, 18:55

    Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

    Absolutely BRILLIANT
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    by Thu December 23rd, 2004, 19:17

    I just watched Dawn Of The Dead - it was ace! One of the best things about it was that they never tried to give an explanation of why it happened - it just did!

    I also love the way the ending is determined on how long you keep watching for.

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    by Thu December 23rd, 2004, 21:23

    Mean Girls
    Friggin hilarious which came as a supprise Pants ending though...meh!

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    by Thu December 23rd, 2004, 21:26

    On DVD:

    Lord Of The Rings 1(Damn! I forgot the entire title!):brilliant movie, and it finishes in such an abrubtway and in a completely uxpected pointin time! 9/10

    Th13een Ghosts: The title's something like that anyway! I'm not into this kind of movies, but this does have some sort of touching story! 8/10

    Princess' Diaries 2: The Royal Engagement: I was so looking forward to this after loving the first one so much, and it delievered! At first it looked disappointing but eventually it turned out to be a hit again! 9/10

    That's all for these couple of days!

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    by Thu December 23rd, 2004, 21:34

    Quote Originally Posted by jlo17

    Princess' Diaries 2: The Royal Engagement:
    They had that on the plane...it sucked

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    by Thu December 23rd, 2004, 21:59

    Quote Originally Posted by crazyman324
    Quote Originally Posted by jlo17

    Princess' Diaries 2: The Royal Engagement:
    They had that on the plane...it sucked
    It so did not!

    Oh well, you don't know me well I guess - I have the worst taste in movies EVER!

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    by Sat December 25th, 2004, 02:16

    13 going on 30

    Plus Points: First half
    Minuses: Seen-it-all-before, too fantasyish at times
    Overall: 5.5/10

    Godsend

    Plus Points: The film had a great opening, good potential
    Minuses: Everything after the first 15 mins or so, no suspense or anything happening whatsoever
    Overall: 2.5/10
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    by Sun January 2nd, 2005, 01:05

    Ok that good/bad crap I did was stupid

    Fahrenheit 9/11

    Brilliant insight to the world of politics/..Bush (for me anyway) and the current happenings! Shocked!

    8/10

    Open Water

    2 documentaries I watched, and this being the weaker one. I mean yes it's a very sad story, especially the ending, but it's not entertaining enough for a movie! Would've been better as a TV documentary than a feature-length picture

    6/10 (it did have some scary scenes )
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    by Sun January 2nd, 2005, 02:22

    National treasure

    Classic film. A boy hears about family tradition and races against an old friend to solve the clues and discover the treasure! Invovloves stealing the 'Declaration Of Independence' and theres a hot actress but I dont know her name!

    9.5/10


    Saw Matilda recently which was as always hilarious! Imagine the pricipal throwing a girl by the pig-tails over the school wall!
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    by Sun January 2nd, 2005, 03:18

    The Forgotten

    My favourite film of the year. Really unpredictable and just fantastic

    9/10

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    by Sun January 2nd, 2005, 10:00

    Quote Originally Posted by k3joker
    Saw

    Absolutely frightening! It has a brilliant story to it and a brilliant bad guy mastermind Some of the flashbacks are just sickening! :x All the more better a movie!

    8.5/10
    Fully agree. I love horror movies and never get scared, but this fully creeped me out - for real, on the edge of your seat type ish! 'Cept the end sucked - I hate when they have all these possible killers and the killer turns out to be someone completely irrelevant in the previous hour and a half!
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    by Sun January 2nd, 2005, 16:04

    Quote Originally Posted by k3joker
    Open Water

    2 documentaries I watched, and this being the weaker one. I mean yes it's a very sad story, especially the ending, but it's not entertaining enough for a movie! Would've been better as a TV documentary than a feature-length picture

    6/10 (it did have some scary scenes )
    I agree with this, the ending disappointed me! :(

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    by Sun January 2nd, 2005, 19:18

    Quote Originally Posted by jlo17
    Oh well, you don't know me well I guess - I have the worst taste in movies EVER!
    Who liked Catwoman *raises hand*


    Anyhoo I watched Hitchcock's The Birds last night. It's absolutely crap and the 'special effects' are just laughable.
    It's even funnier watching it with a mum who is terrified of all birds

    (Muahaha)

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    by Sun January 9th, 2005, 01:18

    Well dont think it counts as a movie, but Jerry Springers Opera
    My God it was randomly shit and pathetic, but when you are as easily amused like I am and find a song about going poo poo in you pants funny...it's great

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    by Sun January 9th, 2005, 11:19

    Van Helsing

    I thought it was actually rather over-rated, and not that good! It drags, that's how I explain it..! :-?

    6/10
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    by Sun January 9th, 2005, 11:47

    Christmas With The Kranks (3/10) - one funny scene, and that's it! :-? It's way too stupid for a storyline!
    Jackass - The Movie (6/10) - It has no storyline, but then it's Jackass so what do you expect? Some hilarious scenes, some gruesome ones, some scenes I didn't find funny AT ALL though!
    Maid In Manhattan (8/10) - At first it seemed boring, but it did get better... Jennifer can act and this wasn't that bad!

    Tonight I'll be watching Schneider's 'The Gigolo' - that should be wicked!

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    by Sun January 9th, 2005, 12:02

    You mean Deuce Bigalow Male Gigolo? :-? (It is funny, I remember going to the flicks to see that when it came out)
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    by Sun January 9th, 2005, 21:57

    Lemony Snicket thingy
    I thought it was great It's so wierd and wonderful. A little baby going "glubbyryb" And a translation at the bottom saying "Bite me"

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    by Mon January 10th, 2005, 17:15

    Quote Originally Posted by Virgostar
    You mean Deuce Bigalow Male Gigolo? :-? (It is funny, I remember going to the flicks to see that when it came out)
    Yep, but I couldn't be arsed typing out the whole title.

    It was an okay movie - to be honest I expected better as far as comedy goes, but it did have some emotional story in it so for some reason I'll credit it for that too. 6/10

    I also watched Home Alone 4: I didn't know this movie existed :-? so I was surprised when I saw it at the DVD rental store. It's marginally better than the third one of this series, but doesn't quite match the brilliance of the first two. 7/10.

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    by Mon January 10th, 2005, 23:01

    Spiderman 2.

    It was quite simply weak.

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    by Thu January 13th, 2005, 12:13

    Super Size Me

    This movie has pretty much put me off eating fast food forever (well, at least for a while anyway ). I seriously recommend that everyone from parents to kids to overweight/obese ppl to skinny ppl to old grandparents see this documentary, I was enlightened, grossed out at times & amazed at how the obesity levels in America have shot up over the last 25 years, how much crap some Americans shovel into their mouths each day & just how terrible Morgan Spurlock (the guy who did the diet/director) became during the month that he did the McDiet. Coming from supposedly the 2nd fattest nation in the world (and we don't even have super size stuff in our fast food restaurants, nor did we have it b4 the doco came out), it's something the kids & parents of Australia (not to mention around the world) should watch & take in as a warning to what we could become.

    9/10

    Starsky & Hutch

    I was too young to see the TV show in the 70's, but the remake with Ben Stiller & Owen Wilson in the title roles isn't too bad. I honestly expected it to be funnier (it wasn't), but Snoop Dogg as Huggy Bear is pretty funny.

    6/10
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    by Thu January 20th, 2005, 23:20

    Miss Congeniality...Not really understanding the whole plotline.
    Randomly funny moments like Bullock being extremey hot and sexy, aaaand then falling over into the side of a bus

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