1. Post #5321
    AllOriginals's Avatar
    April 2010
    859 Posts
    American Psycho - 8/10.

    I quite enjoyed it, I thought Bale's character was excellent, but I was admittedly a tad confused towards the end.
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  2. Post #5322
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    Rammaster's Avatar
    August 2008
    5,451 Posts
    It's Kind of a Funny Story - 8/10

    Enjoyed it a lot and a nice change in tone for Zack Galifiniakis, not as wild as usual.
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  3. Post #5323
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    KlaseR's Avatar
    December 2007
    3,823 Posts
    Is Get Him to the Greek worth watching?
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  4. Post #5324
    fingerinmum's Avatar
    May 2012
    184 Posts
    Ordinary people (1980)
    This film is perfect.

    Winner of 4 Oscars (not that it means much these days) and Robert Redford's directorial debut is a drama about a high society family with some problems. I'm not going to tell anything about the story as it will spoil the way the film develops the characters.

    What I will say is non of the main characters or supporting roles are filler, all present offer something to the mix which is quite rare in film making. The delivery begins quite subtle and makes you care as you feel the frustration and dispair of Conrad, who is the main focus for the film. Donald Sutherland takes on a role completely out of habit for him and pulls it off perfectly as does Mary Tyler Moore who plays his wife.

    The 80's for me were a cultural desert of mediocraty with all its fake plastic and change for the sake of change rather than a real cultural revolution to usher in a new era but this was something different. This film was wonderful and I balled my eyes out like a fucking cunt towards the end.

    I recommend this awesome film and heil Redford and cast for entertaining me.
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  5. Post #5325
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    January 2011
    29,688 Posts
    I've seen a few of those dramas that get buried away and forgotten about that are actually very worthwhile.
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  6. Post #5326
    fingerinmum's Avatar
    May 2012
    184 Posts
    I've seen a few of those dramas that get buried away and forgotten about that are actually very worthwhile.
    I almost name dropped you in that post but I'm not totally sure if you will like this one. Blew me away.
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  7. Post #5327
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    TheFilmSlacker's Avatar
    January 2011
    18,728 Posts
    Is Get Him to the Greek worth watching?
    I remember thinking it was hilarious when I watched it.

    Then again, I was also drunk.
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  8. Post #5328
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    January 2011
    29,688 Posts
    Don't worry about me not liking it, I rarely hate movies. :-)
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  9. Post #5329
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    KlaseR's Avatar
    December 2007
    3,823 Posts
    Then again, I was also drunk.
    Everythings hilarious when youre drunk
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  10. Post #5330
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    August 2010
    22,539 Posts
    Everythings hilarious when youre drunk
    Even Dane Cook?
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  11. Post #5331
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    TheFilmSlacker's Avatar
    January 2011
    18,728 Posts
    Everythings hilarious when youre drunk
    Not true. I didn't laugh once during "Madea Goes To Jail" when a friend of mine rented it when I was drunk. Neither did he.
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  12. Post #5332
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    July 2012
    132 Posts
    i watched "idiocracy" last night, was on the television, has luke wilson, so i was like sure, i'll watch that. SO stupid, but funny as hell. 3/10 as a movie but struck a 7/10 on my laughter scale. go ahead and watch it if your bored.
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  13. Post #5333
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    August 2007
    1,839 Posts
    Just finished watching Gangs of New York, 9.5/10, only thing that got me was some of the Irish accents sounded silly, and being Irish myself it was easy to notice, other than that it was incredible in my opinion.
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  14. Post #5334
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    KlaseR's Avatar
    December 2007
    3,823 Posts
    Knocked Up 7/10

    The first half is good and quite funny, but the rest is an annoying parent drama.
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  15. Post #5335
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    June 2008
    2,451 Posts
    Brazil 9/10

    Some of the best British sci-fi I've ever seen. Weird but brilliant.
    Sort of like if Monty Python wrote Nineteen Eighty-Four.
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  16. Post #5336
    Kabstrac's Avatar
    April 2012
    3,342 Posts
    SLC Punk 8.5/10
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  17. Post #5337
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    March 2008
    3,297 Posts
    The Cabin in the Woods - 9/10
    Holy shit.
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  18. Post #5338
    Cathedral's Avatar
    August 2012
    262 Posts
    Gummo - 8/10

    Heartbreaking, hilarious, disgusting, endearing.
    Total summer movie.
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  19. Post #5339
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    June 2011
    1,599 Posts
    Into The wild - 10/10 Everytime

    It actually made me cry, and I have never cried due to a movie.
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  20. Post #5340
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    December 2009
    3,687 Posts
    Rainman 9/10

    made me tear up at the end
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  21. Post #5341
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    May 2006
    5,516 Posts
    The Cabin in the Woods - 9/10
    Holy shit.
    When does this come out on dvd?
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  22. Post #5342
    N-12_Aden's Avatar
    April 2011
    2,778 Posts
    When does this come out on dvd?
    September 18th
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  23. Post #5343
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    January 2008
    12,052 Posts
    American Psycho - 8/10.

    I quite enjoyed it, I thought Bale's character was excellent, but I was admittedly a tad confused towards the end.
    That's kind of the point.
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  24. Post #5344
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    February 2005
    1,311 Posts
    the cabin in the woods - 9.5/10

    simply amazing (also last by nine inch nails in the credits was perfect)
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  25. Post #5345
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    February 2005
    3 Posts
    I saw The Thing (2011) - 5.5/10

    I really didn't hate or love this movie. It was just sort of meh. :/ But I did like how it ended up coming together with the John Carpenter 1982 film The Thing.

    The problem I had with this remake/prequel was it didn't feel like it had any heart. It just exists. It doesn't leave any sort of lasting impact on the audience, unlike it's counterpart from 1982, which I consider to be a masterpiece of film-work and practical effects.

    So, there yah go.

    Wtf, this is the first "posts" I've made? No way.
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  26. Post #5346
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    May 2012
    184 Posts
    Pusher pt 3
    This is quite simply the best of the three, 1 was good, 2 was poor and 3 is great. I love how all 3 films center on characters from the first and tell you where they are at currently. Supporting character Milo from part 1 has now been promoted to lead character in part 3 and we have the best for last.

    He is a dealer and a new generation is beginning to nip at his heals but the old dog still has a few tricks up his sleave. Milo is wonderful as a smiley happy man who has that big aura around him but behind closed doors, lives in a completely different world. Theres his personal demons that all 3 pusher films focus on quite heavily and the current mess he finds himself in, the rest is detail which you can watch for yourself. Great film.

    I recommend this film. Credit to Rusty for peddling this trilogy hard enough for me to check it out.
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  27. Post #5347
    ultimate poster
    Itachi_Crow's Avatar
    November 2007
    13,536 Posts
    Bourne Legacy:

    eh/10

    Not a big Bourne fan to begin with
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  28. Post #5348
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    Dennab
    August 2009
    12,242 Posts
    trainspotting - 9/10

    idk i'm not really a movie buff but lately i've been watching a ton of "the essentials" and i finally got round to watching trainspotting and it was just the best. the way things were shot was unique and kinda blended between hallucination and reality without being obnoxious or abrupt, and the monologue of the narrator was really well written. i love the "choose life" bit in the beginning. the ending was prob the best part though, the finale shot of    Mark walking across a bridge with the bag full of cash, with the camera slowly zooming and blurring his face as he re-recites the "choose life" monologue. something about the editing of the shot, how he's just smiling real big as the camera slowly fades out of focus and his face just becomes a massive blur on the screen was just great.   
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  29. Post #5349
    Bloodshot12's Avatar
    June 2012
    5,695 Posts
    American Psycho, finally - 9/10

        Loved the ambiguity of the whole movie, and Christian Bale did a fantastic job. The Paul Allen murder scene cracks me up every time   
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  30. Post #5350
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    mark6789's Avatar
    March 2009
    7,151 Posts
    The Bourne Legacy 1/10. It was The whole movie was based in The Bourne Ultimatum time.
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  31. Post #5351
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    September 2008
    424 Posts
    Moon 7.5/10. It was a pretty good movie, and they did a really good job with the set and props and all that, but the plot was kinda contrived and predictable. I did like the setting and Gerty though.
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  32. Post #5352
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    June 2005
    2,960 Posts
    The Cabin in the Woods 8/10

    It was surprisingly good.
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  33. Post #5353
    provides mlp plot free of charge
    Oicani Gonzales's Avatar
    February 2011
    17,537 Posts
    Should I watch Spirited Away? I'm not really into these kind of movies.
    Ghibli movies are fantastic
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  34. Post #5354
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    December 2007
    3,823 Posts
    Zack and Miri make a Porno 5/10

    ehh..
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  35. Post #5355
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    September 2008
    1,257 Posts
    Léon: The Professional - It was great 9.5/10
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  36. Post #5356
    John the Gr8's Avatar
    November 2009
    1,585 Posts
    Shoot em up (2007)
    9/10

    Drive (2011)
    9/10

    Drive was such an eye-candy, and I really don't know how I lived all these years without watching Shoot em up.
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  37. Post #5357
    Rust Customer Helpdesk - leave a message on my profile!
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    September 2005
    63,053 Posts
    omg how do those movies get the same score ow my brain
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  38. Post #5358
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    December 2007
    3,823 Posts
    They're completely differente genres so it wouldn't be fair to compare the score directly.
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  39. Post #5359
    John the Gr8's Avatar
    November 2009
    1,585 Posts
    They're completely differente genres so it wouldn't be fair to compare the score directly.
    Exactly, I think Shoot em up was almost perfect for what it was. And Drive was an excellent movie as well. But you can't really compare the two...
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  40. Post #5360
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    February 2010
    4,584 Posts
    Airheads (1994) 10/10
    Fucking great. Brendan Fraser, Adam Sandler and Steve Buscemi are all great actors.
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