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post #61 of 343
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim

i am certain that this film will be unbelievably good...but something about the trailer reminded me of highlander...
post #62 of 343
I went to a free screening of Little Miss Sunshine today, and it was GREAT!

Great cast all around, especially from the actress who plays the little girl Olive, she was amazing... who needs Dakota Fanning?

Steve Carrell did a great job in this slightly more serious role.

The events in the plot were quite out of the ordinary and not ordinary; but in terms of its entertaining value, I can't complain.

I'd give it an A-.
post #63 of 343
Idlewild looks pretty good, I've been waiting on it since early this year when it was SUPPOSED to come out.

And of course...BEERFEST
post #64 of 343
Black Snake Moan

post #65 of 343
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Originally Posted by Ivan Kipling
Black Snake Moan
Yeah, I posted a one sheet for that in another thread. I think 2006 is officially the year of the "snake"...
post #66 of 343
i'm really really trying to catch up. but one of these days, i will finally get to see the Korean movie Oldboy.

-Jeff
post #67 of 343
I would love to see a big budget dramatisation of the life of Lt Col Blair Mayne, but as far as forthcoming releases go, it has got to be Casino Royale.

I think this will actually be a huge hit, both critically and commercially.
post #68 of 343
'Slim, Black Snake was originally scheduled for a fall, 2006 release. Those plans were adjusted, after it was decided that an early 2007 opening would get more effective publicity. Christina Ricci, had to test for the part of Rae . . . nobody wanted even to consider her. She impressed the higher ups, and got the part.
post #69 of 343
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Originally Posted by sonick
I went to a free screening of Little Miss Sunshine today, and it was GREAT!

Great cast all around, especially from the actress who plays the little girl Olive, she was amazing... who needs Dakota Fanning?

Steve Carrell did a great job in this slightly more serious role.

The events in the plot were quite out of the ordinary and not ordinary; but in terms of its entertaining value, I can't complain.

I'd give it an A-.

I saw it last night. Definitely worth watching.

"And where is your grandpa now?"
post #70 of 343
Saw Invincible yesterday. Yes, it follows a formula, obviously tugs at your heartstrings and I loved it!

Unless you're a heartless bastard you'll be cheering for the hero and his friends.

Great movie - I recommend it.
post #71 of 343
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Originally Posted by gamelan
i'm really really trying to catch up. but one of these days, i will finally get to see the Korean movie Oldboy.

-Jeff


Jeff,
You have something to look up til, Oldboy is one of the best movies ever made!
post #72 of 343
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Originally Posted by Ivan Kipling
'Slim, Black Snake was originally scheduled for a fall, 2006 release. Those plans were adjusted, after it was decided that an early 2007 opening would get more effective publicity. Christina Ricci, had to test for the part of Rae . . . nobody wanted even to consider her. She impressed the higher ups, and got the part.

Um... yeah. Thanks.
post #73 of 343
i might be waiting for the Borat movie, or maybe not. depends if i can get my wife drunk enough to agree to see it.

http://www.borat.tv/
post #74 of 343
The Departed, starring Jack Nicholson, Leonardo DiCaprio and Matt Damon, and directed by Martin Scorcese. It is a remake of a great, great Hong Kong film, Infernal Affairs. I doubt it will be as good as the original (when does Hollywood ever improve a foreign film?) but still should be worth watching.
post #75 of 343
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser
The Departed, starring Jack Nicholson, Leonardo DiCaprio and Matt Damon, and directed by Martin Scorcese. It is a remake of a great, great Hong Kong film, Infernal Affairs. I doubt it will be as good as the original (when does Hollywood ever improve a foreign film?) but still should be worth watching.

Given the director, it might be as good as the original, although Scorcese does produce some duds from time to time (or at least films that fall short of being masterworks). Also, while I liked the set-up of Infernal Affairs, I didn't think it was particularly well-acted (particularly by the guy who was the crook who went undercover as the cop - I just didn't buy his transformation). I thought the guy who went the other way was better. I also wasn't sure why they needed two different actors to represent their younger and older selves. It's not like they aged that much from the beginning of the film.

The above are nits. I still enjoyed the movie.
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