What were the last movies you watched?

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  • kazlamkazlam Rising Star
    edited February 2009
    bmaninc;1906268 said:
    If you haven't seen Taken,GO NOW! NOW!

    So awesome, exceeded my lofty expectations.
    saw that on sunday. heres hoping for an unrated or 'R' rated version for the DVD
  • EienAkumuEienAkumu Rising Star
    edited February 2009
    Did a back to back with The Re-Animator and The Warriors. Don't know why...
  • MrGrievesMrGrieves Rising Star
    edited February 2009
    I watched Bolt today, I thought it was mildly amusing on par with most animated movies. My 6 year old niece seemed to like it
  • kiggidykevkiggidykev Thinks about pandas
    edited February 2009
    Watched Hamlet 2 again. Such a good movie, but it's time for a long break.
  • Demyx-XIIIDemyx-XIII Road Warrior
    edited February 2009
    Lord of the Rings. for the third time in a row. ( I've seen it more than 3x)
  • jayou521jayou521 Washed Up
    edited February 2009
    Demyx-XIII;1910094 said:
    Lord of the Rings. for the third time in a row. ( I've seen it more than 3x)
    Which one did you see?
    ~and three times in a row... meaning one movie three times or the trilogy all at once... lol
  • RenrockRenrock Too bland to be banned
    edited February 2009
    Just saw "Taken" tonight.

    Holy damn that was some good stuff ! Even if you don't go to theatre to see it , keep an eye out for it when it hits DVD. Def worth checkin out.
  • sillystousillystou Headliner
    edited February 2009
    Just watched Taken on the big screen with cutie. I liked it :)
  • LolicatLolicat Road Warrior
    edited February 2009
    Watched a little bit of Hard Candy, but the audio was out of sync, so I turned it off and watched Stranger Than Fiction instead, which was shockingly good. I really enjoyed it.
  • sweet-t310sweet-t310 Road Warrior
    edited February 2009
    RocknRolla (2008) - Finally, Guy Ritchie has returned! Yes, this is the same type of movie as Snatch and Lock Stock, and yes, Ritchie pulls out his usual bag of tricks. But that's a great bag to be pulling out of. I absolutely love Ritchie's style of fast edits, taking you from one point, to a completely opposite, yet still relevant point, and bringing you back again. Gerard Butler shows off his comedy chops (now he needs to get away from the chick-flicks) and the supporting cast are all great and have their moments of hilarity. Definitely recommend. 9/10

    Dirty Harry (1971) - Growing up not being a fan of Clint Eastwood (I'm still not ga-ga over him), I avoided a bunch of his "classics", so I just got around to watching Dirty Harry this weekend. Years of hype and parodies could do nothing but lower my expectations for it. While it was still a fun cop flick, it didn't quite live up to the "epic" title that I've heard thrown around. Being a huge fan of Fincher's "Zodiac", I found myself watching it through the eyes of Inspector Toschi at times, which actually added to the experience in a weird way. The over-the-top-ness of the Scorpio killer also kind of detracted my enjoyment, as it probably would have made it better if we saw less of the killer and more of the investigation. 6/10
  • jayou521jayou521 Washed Up
    edited February 2009
    sweet-t310;1912519 said:
    Growing up not being a fan of Clint Eastwood (I'm still not ga-ga over him), I avoided a bunch of his "classics"
    You must see The Man With No Name Trilogy, if you haven't already~
    (A Fistful of Dollars, For A Few Dollars More, and The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly)

    One of the most awesome trilogies ever imo~
  • StewieStewie Stewie Star
    edited February 2009
    Rudy

    Rudy, Rudy, Rudy, Rudy, Rudy
  • sweet-t310sweet-t310 Road Warrior
    edited February 2009
    jayou521;1914024 said:
    You must see The Man With No Name Trilogy, if you haven't already~
    (A Fistful of Dollars, For A Few Dollars More, and The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly)

    One of the most awesome trilogies ever imo~
    I've seen parts of all, but never the whole things. FoD and GBaU are on my DVR, just haven't got around to them yet.

    I think my problem is I'm not a huge fan of Westerns. I like the older classics like 3:10 to Yuma (original, although remake was solid as well) or Bend of the River, so hopefully Leone will entertain me enough to want to watch all three of these in a row!
  • DJFire_CFRDJFire_CFR Opening Act
    edited February 2009
    Last night, I decided to watch "Igor" Animated movies are quite good this day n age... It wasnt too bad for an animated movie.. But ive seen better.. :D
  • MrGrievesMrGrieves Rising Star
    edited February 2009
    I just finished watching Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist it had its funny moments but overall it was a bit too predictable, its still worth watching though
  • jayou521jayou521 Washed Up
    edited February 2009
    sweet-t310;1914426 said:
    hopefully Leone will entertain me enough to want to watch all three of these in a row!
    Yup! Should be fun~ Leone was a great director. I also recommend Once Upon A Time In The West and A Fistful of Dynamite (Duck, You Sucker)~ I still haven't seen Once Upon A Time in America or his first film though.


    Last film I saw... well I'm in the middle of watching The Legend of Musashi (Samurai 1: Musashi Miyamoto)~~
    as well as Dances With Wolves and The Sand Pebbles, both of which I've already seen.
  • sweet-t310sweet-t310 Road Warrior
    edited February 2009
    jayou521;1939652 said:
    Yup! Should be fun~ Leone was a great director. I also recommend Once Upon A Time In The West and A Fistful of Dynamite (Duck, You Sucker)~ I still haven't seen Once Upon A Time in America or his first film though.
    Once Upon A Time in America is probably one of the few Leone films I've seen all the way through. It's ok, but looooooooong. Woods and DeNiro make it tolerable though.

    Watched Evil Dead and Maltese Falcon this weekend. Not going to do my standard paragraph review as I've already seen them both before.
  • HungryfreakHungryfreak Headliner
    edited February 2009
    Blacula. That's right, Blacula. "His bite was outta sight!"
  • Sonic_SnowmanSonic_Snowman Rising Star
    edited February 2009
    Last weekend I watched American Psycho (2000) and The Killing Fields (1984).

    I hadn't seen either of them before, and they were both pretty good.
  • harbingerofdoomharbingerofdoom Road Warrior
    edited February 2009
    just like the last time, not a movie..
    but i have been catching up on season 5 of House all day long... 8 episodes down today so far :D
  • BuRn7 CaK3BuRn7 CaK3 Banned
    edited February 2009
    The Kid
    High Fidelity


    yeah thats about it really... haha
  • mysticnejimysticneji Road Warrior
    edited February 2009
    Zack and Miri Make a Porno and Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa. Those are the most recent.
  • Lady SiaraLady Siara Metal Maiden
    edited February 2009
    I watched the Uninvited last weekend. It sucked. I'm tired of American film makers rehashing Japanese horror films.
  • StewieStewie Stewie Star
    edited February 2009
    An Officer and a Gentlemen
  • frizzy_bjfrizzy_bj The Love Doctor & General Forum Guru
    edited February 2009
    :eek:I watched The Uninvited at the theater a couple of days ago. TWISTED movie!:eek:
  • HungryfreakHungryfreak Headliner
    edited February 2009
    Dead-Alive. I don't know where it's been all of my life. Hilarious zombie gorefest.
  • EienAkumuEienAkumu Rising Star
    edited February 2009
    Hungryfreak;1955425 said:
    Dead-Alive. I don't know where it's been all of my life. Hilarious zombie gorefest.
    Gives you a whole new respect for lawnmowers, doesn't it.


    I just got back from watching Taken (finally). The story alright I suppose... but man, did Liam Neeson kick a whole lotta a$$. I now bestow onto him the title of "throat-puncher extraordinaire"
  • trench762trench762 Road Warrior
    edited February 2009
    Just watched Hamlet 2 and Max Payne, neither were very good. Seriously, Mila Kunis as a contract killer? And what happened to max's addiction to painkillers? Hamlet 2 had a couple of funny moments, but not worth the time or money.
  • AxlVanHagarAxlVanHagar Road Warrior
    edited February 2009
    Yesterday I watched Being There, Raging Bull and The Kingdom.
  • HungryfreakHungryfreak Headliner
    edited February 2009
    Haven't seen The Kingdom, but Raging Bull and Being There are a couple of my favorites.
    EienAkumu;1963150 said:
    Gives you a whole new respect for lawnmowers, doesn't it.
    Damn straight it does! Though my favorite was still the lightbulb woman, haha.
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