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Posted 2012-01-05, 05:21 PM in reply to HandOfHeaven's post starting "Easy A I enjoy the John Hughes..."
"Beavis and Butt-Head Do America"
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Posted 2012-01-05, 05:32 PM in reply to KagomJack's post starting ""Beavis and Butt-Head Do..."
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"Beavis and Butt-Head Do America"
I own (and fucking love) that movie.
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Posted 2012-01-06, 10:41 PM in reply to Skurai's post starting "I own (and fucking love) that movie."
Grown Ups
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Posted 2012-01-07, 06:50 AM in reply to HandOfHeaven's post starting "Grown Ups"
Went to see the Hollywood version of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo last night. I saw the original Swedish version a year or so back, and I think I prefer this new one - it's better paced and better filmed (though there are a number of scenes which might as well be shot-for-shot remakes of scenes in the Swedish version) and the fact that it's in English, so has no need for the painfully badly-written subtitles, helps. I don't think it's quite as graphic as the Swedish version, though.

Whether you've read the books or not, or if you've seen the Swedish film, I'd recommend this to anyone.
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Posted 2012-01-07, 12:36 PM in reply to Lenny's post starting "Went to see the Hollywood version of..."
Lenny, have you seen Let the Rright one in or let me in. I found it a perfect blend of fucked up and awesome.
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Posted 2012-01-07, 12:55 PM in reply to Sovereign's post starting "Lenny, have you seen Let the Rright one..."
That's the one that was released in English as Let Me In? If so, I have a copy on a hard drive back at Uni, but I've yet to get around to watching it.
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Posted 2012-01-07, 06:23 PM in reply to Lenny's post starting "That's the one that was released in..."
Two different movies. Let the right one in is the Swedish version . Let me in is the US version starting Dakota fanning
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Posted 2012-01-07, 06:38 PM in reply to Sovereign's post starting "Two different movies. Let the right..."
The Departed

One of my favorites.
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Posted 2012-01-07, 06:40 PM in reply to Sovereign's post starting "Two different movies. Let the right..."
Chloe Moretz, actually. Point taken, though - I'll have a lookee for the original.
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Posted 2012-01-07, 07:58 PM in reply to Lenny's post starting "Chloe Moretz, actually. ;) Point taken,..."
Karas (movie version).
It was pretty weird, but cool.
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Posted 2012-01-07, 08:09 PM in reply to Skurai's post starting "Karas (movie version). It was pretty..."
step brothers here ... funny movie
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Posted 2012-01-08, 11:14 AM in reply to Lenny's post starting "Chloe Moretz, actually. ;) Point taken,..."
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Chloe Moretz, actually. Point taken, though - I'll have a lookee for the original.
Ah fuck they all look the same.
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Posted 2012-01-12, 01:44 PM in reply to Sovereign's post starting "Ah fuck they all look the same."
I watched a pretty cool psychological horror movie called "Pontypool".
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Posted 2012-01-12, 04:23 PM in reply to KagomJack's post starting "I watched a pretty cool psychological..."
The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya

Disappointing waste of time.
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Posted 2012-01-12, 06:01 PM in reply to Sovereign's post starting "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya ..."
Indiana Jones And the Raiders of the Lost Arc
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Posted 2012-01-12, 06:10 PM in reply to Wallow's post starting "Indiana Jones And the Raiders of the..."
Ah, the well known mid-90s educational video in which Indy "Indices" Jones, the famed Mathematician/Explorer, must venture into the depths of the jungle to discover the secrets of geometry in the hope it will help him against the Nazis! One of my favourites.

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I watched Contagion a few days ago. It wasn't particularly spectacular, but I think the way it depicted the spread of a nasty virus, right from the very first person, was good, and Jude Law's use of social media to which a wide audience as a snake oil merchant was done well.
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Posted 2012-01-12, 11:23 PM in reply to Lenny's post starting "Ah, the well known mid-90s educational..."
American Gangster

A masterpiece.
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