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  1. #3571
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    I watched Practical Magic at the weekend. Fucking love that movie
    ...there is a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in.

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    Hunger Games, aka How To Look Pretty In A Raincoat, awesome though.
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    Just watched The Lives of Others. Espionage film set in Cold War East Germany, it's actually quite good.
    Whowhere, neither here nor there.

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    Had a movie weekend so.....
    Blue Velvet, Pulp Fiction, Blair Witch Project, The Exorcist and lastly American Beauty.
    "A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination." Nelson Mandela

    "I have to be alone very often. I'd be quite happy if I spent from Saturday night until Monday morning alone in my apartment. That's how I refuel." Audrey Hepburn


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    Quote Originally Posted by bunglenutter View Post
    Hunger Games, aka How To Look Pretty In A Raincoat, awesome though.
    Saw it last week too and this is a brilliant summary, haha.
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    I watched Battleship, It's like BOOM BOOM blow up some things, BOOM blow up some more things, some worried looking people for the dramatic effect, a few Alien-Robot thingymajigs and a few more BOOOOOOM's, The end.
    Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by hmmm7 View Post
    I watched Battleship, It's like BOOM BOOM blow up some things, BOOM blow up some more things, some worried looking people for the dramatic effect, a few Alien-Robot thingymajigs and a few more BOOOOOOM's, The end.
    Not that I've watched it, but what did you expect given that it's supposedly based on a board game?
    "The exposure of truth sometimes results in tragedy... However! No matter how tragic the truth may be, it would be an even greater tragedy to avert one's eyes from it." ~Miles Edgeworth
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  8. #3578
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    Didn't know that before I watched it, I wasn't complaining, it was an okay film

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    Bad Teacher.

    There's a scene where Cameron Diaz wears short shorts and does some car washing. Enough said.
    Did you ever go to a place - I think it was called Norway?
    That was one of mine. Won an award, you know. Lovely crinkly edges...

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    melancholia

    made me want to build a teepee
    You can either believe your society should strive to be better than it's problems or as bad as them. - JimV

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    Quote Originally Posted by clementine_the_tangerine View Post
    melancholia

    made me want to build a teepee
    One film which I wouldn't advise any depressive to watch.
    Did you ever go to a place - I think it was called Norway?
    That was one of mine. Won an award, you know. Lovely crinkly edges...

  12. #3582
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    Yeah doesnt leave you in the best of moods. Watched one of my favourites, Burn After Reading tonight. Brad Pitt as Chad is enough to perk.me back up
    You can either believe your society should strive to be better than it's problems or as bad as them. - JimV

    It's like I'm Marvel and you're DC - Edna Krabappel

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    I watched Burn after reading again recently - do love it. Melancholia is a harsh but stunning film.

    Watched a feel good Woody Allen movie on Friday night...

    Whatever works
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    Quote Originally Posted by **helen** View Post
    I watched Burn after reading again recently - do love it.
    I remember going to watch that in Freshers' Week and a lot of stuff seemingly happening for no reason... Should I maybe rewatch it or is it as I remember it?!
    I am Kate in chat

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    Quote Originally Posted by plugitin View Post
    I remember going to watch that in Freshers' Week and a lot of stuff seemingly happening for no reason... Should I maybe rewatch it or is it as I remember it?!
    Haha, everything in that film happens for a clear reason, just not very good reasons. The way I understand it, lots of people die because of one woman's vanity crusade - tis very funny, as well as very twisted.
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