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    Quote Originally Posted by Buck Futter View Post

    Robocop - Had watched it before when I was a kid but remembered nothing of it. Too flawed to be considered a great movie, but definitely some great ideas & scenes.

    American Gangster - Decent movie but nothing more. I feel this one could (should?) have been a lot better. As always, Denzel was very watchable.
    Den den den den den den den den Duuuuun!!!!

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    Just watched Resovoir Dogs... classic.

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    watched funny people. neither here nor there, wouldnt say it was funny or emotional. thought it was rather bland but i enjoyed the jokes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sallyinzaghi View Post
    watched funny people. neither here nor there, wouldnt say it was funny or emotional. thought it was rather bland but i enjoyed the jokes.


    The Ray Romano part was the best, IMO.

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    Watched District 9 today,was actually quite good but there were quite a few flaws that only South Africans would pick up.Overall nice concept & kinda refreshing compared to all the other typical aliens movies.

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    Watched a couple of old school Peter Sellers movies:

    1968's The Party - A pretty silly Blake Edwards flick with Sellers playing his common Indian character at a Hollywood party. Mildly entertaining. What was impressive about it was all the things they did just off camera and in the background. If you're a Sellers fan, it's worth the watch.

    1970's Waiter, There's A Girl in My Soup - A completely different character for Sellers from the above flick. Never liked Goldie Hawn, but she's tolerable here. Some pretty funny one-liners and a total 70s sexual liberation plotline. A better movie than the slapstick The Party, but oddly less inventive.
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    I think I'll go rent Memento now. Sounds/looks good.
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    The Happening was $#@!ing awful. Probably the worst film I've ever seen on cinema. How can anyone say it's good?

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    Last movies I watched:

    Hot Fuzz - Second viewing. Some good moments but overall not a great movie. Definitely a let down after Shaun of the Dead.

    Night at the Museum - Not really entertaining, especially considering the impressive cast. It's, you know, for kids.

    Twilight - Quite surprisingly, I didn't hate this movie, possibly because I expected the very worst. I though this was pretty well made, convincing performances, somewhat engaging story, ...
    I fear I might be turning into a teenage girl!
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    Memento - Great movie. If there's anything like Memento or Flight Club thats worth of watching please share it.
    Pirlo has no equal in Europe, Vidal is a champion. And Marchisio, though little noticed, when he is one hundred per cent [he too] is a champion.
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    Wow there making a Boondocks Saint 2 and its out next motnh!!!

    THATS NOT HOW IRISH PEOPLE TALK FOR $#@! SAKE.

    Jesus christ, what the hell is wrong with American films,

    Colin Farrels american accent > all americans irish accent

    rant over.
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    You think their Irish is bad, have you ever heard an American actor try to speak French? It doesn't get much worse than that.

    But I suppose fair is fair, a lot of French people don't do any better with English.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    You think their Irish is bad, have you ever heard an American actor try to speak French? It doesn't get much worse than that.

    But I suppose fair is fair, a lot of French people don't do any better with English.
    Its not the language itself (i.e. Gaelige) but their accents, they just speak like they are from Belfast poorly, this is what irish people sound like

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    Outpost - Story about a couple of mercenaries who are hired by some guy to go looking for "minerals" (that's what they are told at least) somewhere in the woods of Eastern Europe. They end up in an abandoned WW2 Nazi bunker where they are attacked by the locals. And by locals I mean Nazi Zombies!!
    Pretty entertaining movie despite the slow start.
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    The Ugly Truth - watchable...
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    Quote Originally Posted by IrishZebra View Post
    Its not the language itself (i.e. Gaelige) but their accents, they just speak like they are from Belfast poorly, this is what irish people sound like

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    irrevesible- this is awesome! If u r openminded, and enjoy orginality -u have to watch this.
    Dont watch it with ur girl though

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG DADDY!!! View Post
    Itinerants arent even human, let alone Irish
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