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So i borrowed some DVDs from my cousin and the first one i watched was "BASIC" with john travolta and Samuel L Jackson. Two thumbs up.

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http://imdb.com/title/tt0264395/

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I was watching a bunch of movies lately. Beside some that are plain crap, here are some that I liked:

- Hot Fuzz (2007), http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0425112/
- Panic Room (2002), http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0258000/
- The Reaping (2007), http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0444682/
- Next (2007), http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0435705/

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Last one i've watched on TV is Meet Joe Black. Pretty good.

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Basic is a good movie indeed.

I've got some DVD's waiting to be watched here, but i think it's mostly stuff i will like and my gf will dislike. So i'll have to watch it when she's not around.

I borrowed a movie from my brother the other day, and probably shouldn't mention it's name in the 'good movies' topic, but anyone of you seen the movie 'Feed'?

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Unfortunately no, i havent seen Feed.

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Just watched Snake on a plane .. very standard movie, mildly entertaining.

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Simon says (2006) - regardless of few good tricks that can be used in games, the movie is a mediocre. It got quite high mark on imdb so it could be just me disliking it for some reason.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0458480/

The Hills Have Eyes 2 (2007) - Ok, not that bad, but the movie is somewhat empty. It's probably that the people are dying too fast.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0800069/

Crank (2006) - Well fine. :P
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0479884/

Until death (2007) - Liked it.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0783598/






But don't forget:

First Blood (1982) - W00t!
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0083944/

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I saw Die Hard 4 last night. Actually pretty good. Totally unbelievable, but that doesn't matter for Bruce. :wink:

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Oh yes, I forgot that two.

Shooter (2007) - liked it
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0822854/

Live Free or Die Hard (2007) - definitely worth seeing
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0337978/

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Yeah, simple action movies and futuristic space films ARE defenatly for me.

Watched Dune. 1984. defenatly my kind of movie.

I even enjoyed Mr. & Mrs. Smith

PS! thanks for the link on the first post

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Well, shiny and I have mainly been watching Far Scape. http://imdb.com/title/tt0187636/
It's a tv series, not a movie, but that's ok. :p Most of it is decent... occasional episodes are really really good.

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I have also watched the following lately:

Donnie Darko - very odd - worth a watch if you like odd films

Lucky Number Sleven - also a bit strange - but good

Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift - I am sick and it was cheap - plus I dig old cars - but not the plastic crappy ones - but there was a few nice shots in there. Some hot kinda slutty chicks too.

A Pursuit of Happiness - this was good but Satis would definately not watch it - based upon a true story of someone with nothing living in shelters to being multi millionaire.

Babel - this left you with a sense of all connected - but other than that you finish watching it felling like what was the point - other than seeing sadness and pain everywhere.

I have a few more to watch in the next few days - will post about them soon.

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Anyone going to see that film based on Stauffenberg (Tom Cruise) in WW2? I cant wait.

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Well it has Tom Cruise ... i'll probably pass :wink:

Just watched Hulk and it was rather enjoyable, only the last 10 minutes or so of the movie (the finale) was really weird, didn't like how it came to the conclusion. How it was filmed and played out was all a bit unclear, and not in a mysterious way but in a 'not properly done' way. As if the cameramen and scenarists got drunk. So the end was rather unsatisfying for me.

Saw Mr & Mrs Smith last week or so, enjoyable and mildly entertaining. But when 2 people are cornered and rush out the door to shoot down like 100 elite forces or something ... then you're overdoing it. That annoyed me.

Btw Freeman: i thought you meant the Dennis Rodman movie when you mentioned 'Simon says' but thought that was much older, so i looked it up ("have a gone mental?") and luckily i found this: Simon sez

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We watched Smokin' Aces yesterday. That's a whacked up movie. There's some serious death in that sucker.

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