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what film/tv ep did you last watch?

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I last watched "The 400 Blows", which I didn't really like or dislike, (it's sort of a matter of seeing the story being done many times before: troubled teenage delinquent) except I loved the scenes of Antoine in jail and riding in the police car. And of course the end shot. I like that new wave films always end curtly and leave you with a "huh" type feeling.

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Let's see... the one that I saw most recently that I hadn't seen before was "Memento". It was an excellent movie; I thought I'd perfected the ability to guess what was going to happen next but it proved me wrong. I also liked how everything moved in reverse in the opening scene.

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I last watched "11:14". I liked it a lot. It was pretty good for the director being brand new. I always enjoy multiple stories that intertwine within each other. Plus it's got Patrick Swayze.

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I'm pretty sure the last movie I watched (or at least the last one I can remember watching) was Aliens. And, it's the best.

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Ummm... Does Gilmore Girls count? No?

Hmmm...

March of the Penguins probably, and I loved it.

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Last movie I saw was Walk The Line. It was pretty good, but it probably could have been a bit better.

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The Last Movie I saw was Suicide Club; it isn't new but I just bought it on DVD; I wanted the unrated version.

Sion Sono is GAWD. Next to Takeshi Kitano; best foreign film directors EVAH!

I need to get more stuff from Sion Sono, this guys awesome. So long have I waited for a director to add SYMBOLIC references to a movie rather than following the typical anatomy of a movie. This movie is, in my opinion, the best movie I've seen this year.

I don't think many people would like this movie because without looking at its symbolism it's just a strange movie, just casually killing themselves. I just love this movie <3<3

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The Professional. When I first saw it I just thought it reeked of awesomeness. Now I'm convinced that it's one of the best movies ever.

- Masked Man #2

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Sin City. Never read the novels, but this movie rocked my socks. Elijah Wood makes an awesome villain.

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"The Bride Wore Black"

1968 french new wave version of Kill Bill (it has almost the exact same premise) that was directed by Francois Truffaut.

It was awesome.

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The Wedding Singer followed by Billy Elliot. Fucking Thatcher should die.

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batman begins

sure it was rad, but not NEARLY as rad as everyone made it out to be. i'm pretty stoked that i didn't blow $10 seeing it in a theatre

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Last movie in theaters was The Goblet of Fire. Last movie at all was Charlie's Angels Full Throttle.

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I'm so sorry

It wasn't that great and I have seen worse movies.

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Swordfish.

I had forgotten how fucking awesome that movie was.

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Kill Bill 1 & 2.

Fucking awesome. That's all I can say. :crube:

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Kingdom of Heaven.

I know, shut up. :( Wait..! No, it was Lord of War. Nicolas Cage is so hot. As was the guy who played his brother. <3

batman begins

sure it was rad, but not NEARLY as rad as everyone made it out to be. i'm pretty stoked that i didn't blow $10 seeing it in a theatre

I second this. :D I did not understand why everyone was building it up to be a fantastic movie. It was fun, he was hot (so was Cillian Murphy), but it was nowhere near as good as I thought it would be. Maybe people just led me to overestimate it. Thankfully, I only spent $1 watching it at the dollar theatre. ^_^

Is Corpse Bride worth a watch for $1?

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Best in Show

so many reasons to love this movie

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Horus, Prince of the Sun, a Japanese animation from the early '80's or late '70's. A good film with great, dated animation. Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata played large parts in the creation of the film, though niether were director.

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Best in Show

so many reasons to love this movie

indeed, Christopher Guest movies kick ass. I can't wait for For Your Consideration to come out.

anyway, last film I watched was Collateral.

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