What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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  1. Hampton

    Hampton Senior member

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    I rented it... need to learn how to download things :D
     


  2. in stitches

    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    yup, i like his style.

    @ lefty - will do, thanks. :)
     


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    Watching Hoodwinked with my youngest. Lordy I LOVE that movie!
     


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    Next one on the list!

    Watched White Ribbon the other day, having a very difficult time understanding this one compared to Haneke's other works.
     


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    thanks for this!
     


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    [VIDEO][/VIDEO]
     


  8. Hampton

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    City of god and city of men.
     


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    Watched Half Nelson and Limitless on Netflix online this weekend. Both solid.
     


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    2 Headed Shark Attack. It's twice as deadly because it has twice as many teeth.
     


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    Nice, I am a fan of both...but limitless had the potential to be so much more.
     


  12. in stitches

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    i keep meaning to watch half nelson, and then i dont. not sure why.
     


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    limitless was the product of a middle schooler who watched way too much dragon ball z and decided to write a movie script inspired by a daydream. oh and unlimited budget and hollywood connections
     


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    Limitless is possible.
     
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    Jason Statham films are like kebab takeaways - you only enjoy them while drunk, and feel trashy and dirty afterwards.



    Love both those films, especially City of God.



    Limitless is excellent. I've watched it a few times now... what I wouldn't do for some of those clear pills...

    I watched the 50s horror Them last night (my girlfriend is a big classic sci fi fan). It was pretty great, ropey effects notwithstanding.
     


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