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post #226 of 343
I've been sick and therefore d/l, on demanding, and watching an excessive amount of movies the past four or five days. I've probably watched 45 movies since Wednesday afternoon.

I'll just rattle off a few of the more recent ones with a + or - depending on whether I thought they were any good or not.

Stranger Than Fiction +++
Talledega Nights -
Beerfest --
Lucky Number Slevin +
Pan's Labyrinth +++
The Descent +
Brick +
Slither ++
Superman Returns -
X-Men3 +
A Scanner Darkly ++


I'm currently d/l Borat, Children Of Man, and District B13.

And I watched a bunch of non-2006 movies as well... but I don't think I need to rate those.
post #227 of 343
Ratatouille
post #228 of 343
Curse of the Golden Flower
post #229 of 343
killer condom, the pig fucking movie, the black gestapo, and buttcrack
post #230 of 343
porn... lots of porn.
post #231 of 343
Loved the Illusionist...

Anyone else?
post #232 of 343
Watched The Presitge last weekend - Very interesting movie with many potential subtexts. I figured out a major plot twist about an hour early and it still didn't spoil the movie for me.

Hope to see Black Snake Moan and Zodiac this weekend - and 300 and The Host next weekend.
post #233 of 343
"zoo"

has anyone else heard of this one? it's a documentary about this guy that died from having sex with a horse. an investigation led to the discovery that there was a ranch in washington state where businessmen from all over the world were paying to get screwed by horses--stallions no less!.
post #234 of 343
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Originally Posted by matadorpoeta
"zoo" has anyone else heard of this one? it's a documentary about this guy that died from having sex with a horse. an investigation led to the discovery that there was a ranch in washington state where businessmen from all over the world were paying to get screwed by horses--stallions no less!.
Yeah, that was big news up here for quite a while. Good ole Enumclaw. Remarkably enough, up until just after this *ahem* "tragic accident", having sexual intercourse with an animal was not illegal here. As long as the animal in question was not being "physically abused". Go figure.
post #235 of 343
My 07 MUST SEE list:

Spiderman 3
Fantastic Four 2 (silver surfer effect looks awesome)
Black Snake Moan (best poster of the year)
Tarantino/Rodgriguez double header
that new Chris Rock comedy (finally a rated R flick fo mah nigga)
Tranformers

btw, saw the Illusionist the other week...great film, I liked it much more than I thought I would. What's funny is I saw Illusionist, Running Scared, and Lucky Number Slevin all in a row and ironically, all 3 movies have the same basic ending. it was an odd deja voodoo
post #236 of 343
Children of Men
Reno 911: Miami
Black Snake Moan
300
The Departed

I think that's about it.
post #237 of 343
damn i knew I was forgetting something...

300!!!!
post #238 of 343
Dizon vs. Ozawa
post #239 of 343
I suspect "Moan" will suck -- they're trying too damned hard to be controversial, what with those TV commercials with the shots of Ricci's crotch. I see the 'woman on a chain leash' poster has been modified -- someone must have gotten their knickers in a twist; reminds me of the controversy over Spinal Tap's 'Smell The Glove' album cover!
Quote:
(Female) Record Promoter: You put a greased naked woman on all fours with a dog collar around her neck, and a leash, and a man's arm extended out up to here, holding onto the leash, and pushing a black glove in her face to sniff it. You don't find that offensive? You don't find that sexist? Band Manager: This is 1982, Bobbi, c'mon! Promoter: That's right, it's 1982! Get out of the '60s. We don't have this mentality anymore. Manager: Well, you should have seen the cover they *wanted* to do! It wasn't a glove, believe me.
Funniest. Movie. Ever.
post #240 of 343
Speaking of Spinal Tap, I am keen on seeing Christopher Guest's latest, For Your Consideration. Others on the short list include "Alatriste", "Pan's Labyrinth" and "Scoop".
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