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What was the last film you watched?

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    The Opposite of Sex starring Christina Ricci (Channel 4)
    It's a black comedy and the main idea of the film is that relationships are solely based on sex (try as you may to convince yourself that it's intellectual or emotional or spiritual).

    It was ok but nothing mindblowing. Just light entertainment.
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    War of the worlds
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    Red Eye
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    alexander
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    Pretty much everything that has come out in the past 1-2 months. My favoutites were:
    Four Brothers
    Longest Yard
    40 Y.O. Virgin
    P. & P.
    Unleashed
    Crash
    Ciderella Man

    Those were the ones I liked enough I might get the DVD's.
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    wedding for bella. is quite sad/touching in most parts and brought me to tears often... but once its done its kinda a weird movie, but i still like it!
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    Madagascar

    i like to move it,move it... *hums*
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    Malcom X - fantastic movie! Though it was made in 1992 or so. Denzel Washington made a fine piece of job in it.
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    Sahara

    it's not one of those films you can just switch on and off at (until you get near the end lol) which i found and got totally confused.
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    Cinema: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (didn't mind it, but not great)

    TV: Troy (liked it)
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    Does Martin Scorsese's No Direction Home count?
    If not, then...um...probably Twelve Angry Men, which is quite simply brilliant.
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    (Original post by Madelyn)
    Does Martin Scorsese's No Direction Home count?
    If not, then...um...probably Twelve Angry Men, which is quite simply brilliant.
    Yes it is. I just watched Revolver. I don't get it
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    Night of the Living Dead. It was a bit slow to start but it got better. I don't think it's so wonderfully amazing as everyone says though.

    The last film I saw in the cinema was Howl's Moving Castle. I thought it was a bit pants, really. The plot deviated wildly from the book and was too random. Maybe the guy who did it (he's famous in the anime world but I forget his name now) should stick to drawing and get someone else to do all the writing from now on :rolleyes:
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    Demonic Toys (DVD)

    So cheesy - I love it.
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    (Original post by Cellardore)
    Sahara

    it's not one of those films you can just switch on and off at (until you get near the end lol) which i found and got totally confused.
    is it worth watching then?
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    I actually can't remember...must have been Charlie and The Chocolate Factory I guess- I really want to see P&P but can't afford it until I get payed!
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    Hero, just now on DVD.
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    The sisterhood of the travelling pants.....I have a strange liking for american teen movies....mean girls is my favourite though!
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    Donnie Darko for the....18th time...i just can't not love it *sigh*
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    has to be robin hood prince of theives- last night i just love the song.
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