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    -I've never seen Avatar.
    -I thought The Hobbit was actually a pretty good film, and those 2 hours 49 minutes flew by because I enjoyed it so much.
    -I enjoyed Terminator 3 and Legend Of Zorro.
    -I thought the remake of Total Recall was better than the original.
    -I loved the Star Wars prequels.
    -JJ Abrams is the best thing to ever happen to sci-fi films.
    -The Hangover films were OK, not the best comedies I've seen.

    -(Probably my worst confession): I love the Human Centipede films. Part 1 was genius although not gruesome enough. Part 2 took things to a whole new level and is probably the best horror movie I've ever seen. I watched every single minute of it. Can't wait for Part 3 now!
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    I kind of liked X-Men 3, please don't kill me.
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    (Original post by CharlieTT)
    I kind of liked X-Men 3, please don't kill me.
    Man you set the bar low... Haha all the x-men's are fantastic


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    (Original post by asif007)
    -I've never seen Avatar.
    -I thought The Hobbit was actually a pretty good film, and those 2 hours 49 minutes flew by because I enjoyed it so much.
    -I enjoyed Terminator 3 and Legend Of Zorro.
    -I thought the remake of Total Recall was better than the original.
    -I loved the Star Wars prequels.
    -JJ Abrams is the best thing to ever happen to sci-fi films.
    -The Hangover films were OK, not the best comedies I've seen.

    -(Probably my worst confession): I love the Human Centipede films. Part 1 was genius although not gruesome enough. Part 2 took things to a whole new level and is probably the best horror movie I've ever seen. I watched every single minute of it. Can't wait for Part 3 now!
    Avatar is just the same as 'The Last samurai' except instead of japs it's aliens.

    The Hobbit is enjoyable but it's miserably 'fatted' out with parts that only work in a book' ie hobbits washing dishes for 45 mins.

    Star wars prequels ! Yes anything star wars is sci fi perfection . Of cause and JJ Abrams made Star trek cool and sexy


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    Muppet treasure island! :dance:
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    I enjoyed The Notebook. :pierre:
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    I could watch Showgirls over and over again.


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    I think 13 Going On 30 is a genuinely good film.
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    - I think the first ever film I ever cried about was The Gladiator!
    - I was never really into the whole Harry Potter hype, though I have seen all of the films.
    - I only like the last 3 Harry Potter films.
    - I've never seen The Notebook.
    - I actually do like Avatar.
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    I enjoyed The Notebook. :pierre:
    I enjoy what happens whilst watching The Notebook.
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    (Original post by amyshamblesxx)
    I think 13 Going On 30 is a genuinely good film.
    Me too ! I actually really liked it


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    (Original post by JCC-MGS)
    You don't like Citizen Kane but you like Forest Gump? Now there's a guilty confession
    I watched Citizen Kane a long time ago but have only recently watched Forrest Gump so maybe my opinion is a bit bias lol
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    forest gump is great
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    I hated The Departed and No Country for Old Men (apart from the scene in the dark where Bardem tries to shoot Brolin through his door and they have a gunfight in the street, that bit was awesome!) - I found them really slow and boring, only to have a bloodbath at the end.

    I thought that the Godfather 3 was not a bad film at all.

    Avatar was just Pocohontas in the future.

    I think that Cars 2 wasn't a bad film (especially compared to Cars 1)

    I thought that the Lion King films were awful and highly overrated.

    Django Unchained was kind of overrated and dragged on (but good overall).

    I have never seen Pulp Fiction (I really want to though!)

    I love JJ Abrams's take on Star Trek and can't wait to see what he does with Star Wars.

    I think it'd be interesting to see what a Star Wars movie would be like if directed by Quentin Tarantino.

    I thought that the A-Team film from 2009 was good.

    Expendables 1 was awful, but 2 was absolutely fantastic as far as action movies go.

    The Daredevil film is underrated.
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    I think 'Titanic' is a great film. My friends all call me a fairy for liking it.
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    (Original post by SpiggyTopes)
    I think 'Titanic' is a great film. My friends all call me a fairly for liking it.
    It's fair enough to like it. The boat sinking half of the film is phenomenal.
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    I've only cried once whilst watching a film. The last Harry Potter -film, Fred. 'Nuff said.

    Otherwise I just laugh when everyone else is crying.
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    I hated The Avengers - in fact when I saw it all 20 of us who were there together fell asleep. With the exception of one.
    Oh - and double thunder claps - never seen Star Wars or the Lord of the Rings
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    (Original post by Aleandcynicism)
    • Avatar was really quite average. Visuals were great, but the story was meh


    I'm not sure that's a guilty secret, that's a pretty common opinion.

    OT: I love dumb 80s action films. Die Hard, Shwarzenegger, Eddie Murphy. They don't take themselves too seriously and they're amazing for it. I wish I had grown up in a time when films didn't need good visuals and a contrived plot- they just needed a big-name actor and some fun action.

    Also, I hate Skyfall. It killed the idea of James Bond and everything it stood for, instead going for the 'contrived plot' I mentioned. The character changing was used as a plot. I get this is a good plot for games where you are the character, but I didn't go in to see a spy film about a spy. I went in to see a James Bond. I wanted cool gadgets, cool locations, Bond girls and car chases. I was disappointed.
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    I was never allowed to see any movies above my age, so I am vastly behind, and have never seen

    Godfather
    Reservoir Dogs
    Any star wars film or Lord of the Rings
    Gladiator
    and loads more.

    Clockwork Orange is my favourite film?
 
 
 
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