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post #7081 of 12615
I watched Five Minutes of Heaven yesterday. It wasn't perfect, but I really enjoyed it. The acting was great; Lian Neeson and James Nesbitt were both fantastic. I wish they'd developed the story a lot more, though. It was barely 90 minutes long, so it's not as if they were running out of time, and it could have been a much richer and fuller movie if they'd spent about 15 more minutes exploring it.
post #7082 of 12615
Saw "Now you see me and Now you don't."
post #7083 of 12615
did you like it?
post #7084 of 12615
Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

did you like it?

Thought it was quite entertaining and enjoyable. Surprised to see who set it all up.
post #7085 of 12615




Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

As Good as it Gets

post #7086 of 12615
^ +1 on Gattaca. Just gave it another spin earlier tonight.
post #7087 of 12615
great movie.
post #7088 of 12615
Finished Sons of Anarchy. Great series.

Next in line: The Office or Six Feet Under or Suits.
post #7089 of 12615
Is Gattaca available on Netflix?

In the last couple of days I've watched:

1) Django Unchained
2) Casa de mi Padre
3) Bottle Rocket
4) Ronin

I enjoyed all of them.
post #7090 of 12615
Happy People. Fascinating documentary about trappers and hunters in Siberia. Streaming on Netflix. Werner Herzog does the narration.
post #7091 of 12615
^Yeah, that was an excellent documentary. I think I mentioned it earlier in this thread. We were unhappy to see it end.
post #7092 of 12615
Watched The Invention of Lying the other night. T'was meh.
post #7093 of 12615
^^ only meh, huh? i quite enjoyed it. what didnt you like? ^^
post #7094 of 12615
There were some scenes that were really funny, but it was pretty weak overall, mostly because:

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Ricky Gervais' character had almost zero internal conflict over lying to everyone in the entire world, yet somehow was supposed to be likable; the plot was ultra thin, by far one of the least dense movies I've seen in a long time; and the whole "god/religion" thing was stupid, not because I have some problem with the notion of god or religion being challenged, but because it was done so poorly.

Also, the bar scene was such a letdown that it dimmed the whole movie for me. When you get Louis CK, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Ricky Gervais in a scene alone, it should be magic, and it wasn't even close.
post #7095 of 12615
Watching Atlas Shrugged Part II just because.
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