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 Post subject: What's the last movie you watched?
PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 2:16 am 
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tonight i got bored so i popped in my cop of I AM TRYING TO BREAK YOUR HEART
the documentary on wilco
i watched this last year before i saw them(second best show ive seen)
its still a really great documentary
i love the arguments between jeff and jay
priceless
yesterday i watched PAT GARETT AND BILLY THE KID for the first time
it was so great
i cant believe ive gone this long without seeing it
the scene where the wounded husband and his wife are staring into each others eyes by the pond and 'knockin on heaven's door' is playing in the background was amazing.

what about you guys?


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I can't remember...

Great flick about something very interesting...

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That'd be "Hostel". Complete waste of time.

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Con Air, last night on telly....
good stunts, Buscemi great as always, but those patriotic dialogues make me shiver...
Nic Cage is such a jerk...

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Ghost Dog. Great movie!!

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Ruuntje wrote:
Ghost Dog. Great movie!!


Yes...

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waitswatcher wrote:
Nic Cage is such a jerk...


But his role in Leaving Las Vegas is one of the best parts ever played.

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"Munich" .............. not bad...............but I fucking hate Steven Spielberg. He shouldn't get too political and go on making dinosaur movies...... Ok I'm sorry "Shindler's List" is such a masterpiece :roll:

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You don't like Schindler's List??

I loved it when I saw it. Had me in tears. What's wrong with it?

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I don't like it. As a matter of fact, I can't stand Spielberg. I didn't watch Munich, and I don't intend to.

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I watched True Romance last night. Was a fun movie.


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sadie wrote:
I watched True Romance last night. Was a fun movie.


That's a fabulous movie...

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Ruuntje wrote:
Ghost Dog. Great movie!!


for sure man
you might have put me in the mood to watch it again
as for true romance
in retrospect tarantino is a filthy filthy man
i know he didnt direct this but man
i just dont like the guy
when you look at altman or cassavetes
or better yet his influences peckinpah and fuller
they all have heart and an underlying truth that what they are doing is real and pure
they started this shit and developed their own style
tarantino just rips this style and people who are not to in tuned with the classics wont realize this
and fellas this is how a hack works
whose with me!?


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