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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by edinatlanta, Nov 29, 2010.

  1. Harold falcon

    Harold falcon Senior member

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    I'm fairly confident the American version of Mad Max 2/The Road Warrior was not dubbed and the only difference was the title change.
     
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    There was a dubbed version, I've seen it on Japanese TV. Maybe they dubbed American accents for the Japanese audience but that seems unlikely.
     
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    great movie!

    watched the machinist once again last night.
     
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    Really? You liked 2 better than the original? It was good, but not better than the first.

    Also, Spiderman 2 was better than the first, Aliens was great, but totally in a different way than the magnificent Alien. I'd say Terminator 2 was better than 1.

    Oh yeah, one more- KHAAAAAAAANNNN!
     
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    Wreck-it Ralph. Great fun movie.

    Bernie. Pretty good. A movie where I didn't hate Jack Black.
     
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    love that movie.


    old version or newer?


    i have wanted to see both of these.
     
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    X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes (1963)
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    This is my favourite Roger Corman movie. Just finished watching it and it still creeps me out.
     
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    That was a creepy film. I remember watching that back in the day and having nightmares.

    "If thy eye offends thee pluck it out!"


    Ha! You fell for my trap! Die Hard is technically a sequel to The Detective with Frank Sinatra.

    And the original Star Trek is still a great movie. Kahn had the action and while it was pretty good it also doomed every successive Trek movie into dumb action films.
     
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    Identity Thief 4/10

    A few humorous moments, aside, a mess of a narrative.

    Oz The Great and Powerful 5/10

    Tepid script and very poor performances. And, it's now official, James Franco cannot act.
     
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    I just finished Once Upon a Time in the West and Witness for the Prosecution, and now I am starting Anatomy of a Murder.
     
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    Saw Julien Donkey-Boy, like a diluted Gummo. Meh. Already saw Kids, should I bother with Harmony Korine's other movies?
     
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    Finally watched touching the void today. Great documentary. Wish I hadn't waited this long after seeing it recommended for so long.
     
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    That is indeed a great film.
     
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    Is it a movie or a documentary?
     

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