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    Hey ppl

    Just to let you know…I’m a film critic..!!!

    Does anyone have a favorite film they want to share?

    I’m always on the look out for a good film

    Please put down here any films you’ve seen and thought – that was a ‘classic’

    Tim Burton films, Gone with the wind, House of flying daggers etc etc etc
    Lazy Lady...
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    A 1960s film by Michelangelo Antonioni called Blow up. Its gotto be one of my all time favourites, however some bugger of a friend borrowed my dvd and never gave it back. I def recommend it though.

    House of flying daggers is pretty good, along with hero and crouching tiger hidden dragon. I just love the way those films are shot, you could literally take any shot from the film and put it on your wall. I agree with Tim burton I really like the dark sinister feel to his films.

    The last good film I watched was american gangster, I know of people really loved it, i didnt get round to seeing it at the cinema but I must admit it was pretty good.

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      i am going to watch "wanted" movie this week. i heard it's a good movie
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        I havent heard of that film. I think im going to see the new batman film when its out, its looks pretty good.

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          I wanted to watch ‘Sex and the City’ and Mamma Mia’!!

          At the mo, I’m watching ‘Anger management’ – crazy stuff….!
          Lazy Lady...
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            Wanted Trailer---- Angelina jolie, started screening in my area 3 weeks ago
            YouTube - Wanted Trailer
            i am a fan of american movies lol
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              ghostbusters - classic comedy - saw it again the other day - theres so many little jokes in it that keep me chuckling away

              8mm - film with nick cage and joaquin phoenix - very dark but a damn good film with a twisted ending.

              leaving las vegas - another nick cage film (sorry - not a huge fan of his but he's done a few gems in all his stinkers) - mostly about an alcoholic drinking himself to death, who befriends a hooker.

              gattaca - good 'what if?' sci fi with a good attention to detail often missing from such films


              and of course all the blokey/geeky action films - matrix, gladiator, the mummy, pirates of the caribbean etc etc
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                Oscar-a movie staring Sly Stellone, heard was a flop at the box office, but one funny film

                Ben Hur- I can watch this film everytime its on

                Interview with a vampire- two great actors and this is when i started noticing the acting ability of Tom Cruise.

                Butterfly Effect- A.Kutcher's one and only good movie id say.

                Abre Los Ojos (Vanilla Sky)- The Original Spanish movie (remade into vanilla sky staring Tom Cruise)

                Life of Brian(but i dont strictly clasify as a movie more like an extended tv show)-first movie I've laughed all the way through

                Old Boy (2003)-S.Korean movie, another psychological thriller, ending is sick but worth a watch
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                  Requiem for a Dream (best music since the Exorcist)

                  The Notebook (To remind me of why we put tablets in MDS)

                  March of the Penguins (A visual delight - watched the whole thing in Russian)

                  Sin City (Made the comic work on screen)

                  Jeff

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                    i liked sin city too - well realised cinematography.

                    The Dark Knight has had some pretty good reviews so far - i might have to indulge a visit to the cinema sometime soon - after missing most of the summer blockbusters already....
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                      oh yeah! I forgot an 80's classic!

                      Transformers: The Movie


                      much better than the cgi rubbish they released last year...
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                        Indianna Jones, Die hard 1,2 and 3, and ... erm... Bugsy Malone
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                          I’d say the films of the 80’s were probably the best!!! Esp. with the big spiky hairstyles……

                          Ghost, Dirty dancing, The Lost Boys and The Breakfast Club…….

                          With Patrick Swayze – The heart is melting………
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                            Two favourites are:
                            Donny Darko and Shrek
                            Very different but both worth seeing more than once.
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                              Originally posted by Lazy Nite View Post
                              Hey ppl

                              Just to let you know…I’m a film critic..!!!

                              Does anyone have a favorite film they want to share?

                              I’m always on the look out for a good film

                              Please put down here any films you’ve seen and thought – that was a ‘classic’

                              Tim Burton films, Gone with the wind, House of flying daggers etc etc etc
                              Lazy Nite you don't honestly think House of Flying Daggers is a classic do you ??

                              One of the best martial arts films of recent times is Ong-Bak, I think it's better than daggers and prob beats crouching tiger

                              a classic i would recommend is the seventh seal such an iconic film

                              Also good: The Dirty Dozen, Sin City, Reservoir Dogs, Taxi Driver (which practically made de niro)

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