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post #16 of 343
history of violence. I actually have the little red envelope from netflix, and will watch this over the weekend.
post #17 of 343
Inside Man. Opened today to overwhelmingly positive reviews.
post #18 of 343
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser
Inside Man. Opened today to overwhelmingly positive reviews.

Agreed! I'm an ever-hopeful Spike Lee fan (and Woody Allen fan), though they have failed me a few times. Curse of the Jade Scorpion? the last half of Bamboozled?
post #19 of 343
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Originally Posted by chorse123
Agreed! I'm an ever-hopeful Spike Lee fan (and Woody Allen fan), though they have failed me a few times. Curse of the Jade Scorpion? the last half of Bamboozled?

I liked "˜Hollywood Ending'. People are excepting too much from Woody.

Jon.
post #20 of 343
I liked Curse of the Jade Scorpion *shrug*

koji
post #21 of 343
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I liked "˜The Purple Rose of Cairo'...wait...

Jon.
post #22 of 343
I think Small Time Crooks was maybe the best of that run of films. I didn't want to walk out of Curse or Hollywood, but I was disappointed.
post #23 of 343
I forgot about Small Time Crooks; charming movie and Tracey Ullman was great.

koji
post #24 of 343
I also want to see Brick.

Also: Good Omens which Terry Gilliam wants to make, but I hear he can't get funding for it.

bob
post #25 of 343
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Originally Posted by rdawson808
I also want to see Brick.

Also: Good Omens which Terry Gilliam wants to make, but I hear he can't get funding for it.

bob

Did you see "Adventures of Baron Munchausen"? I quite like that one. An underrated Gilliam film.
post #26 of 343
Sparked by references to Snakes on a Plane I ventured out in search of a trailer...found it. This is now my most anticipated movie of the year.
post #27 of 343
I think I'm taking the day off of work and watching S.O.A.P. as many times as possible in a row on opening day.
post #28 of 343
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SNAKES ON A PLANE!

Duh.
It'll be interesting to see how successful a movie aimed solely at people who read AICN is.
post #29 of 343
District 13 (Banlieue 13)

This movie sounds awesome. Luc Besson protege directing skilled parkour pioneer David Belle, and underrated stuntman and martial arts choreographer Cyril Raffaelli.

Plus a Neutron bomb.
post #30 of 343
Oh... and I'd like to see The Proposition

Its a western written by Nick Cave!
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