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post #291 of 3625 (permalink) Old 01-26-2008, 01:44 AM
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Brokeback Mountain- My friend said it's actually a good movie if u see beyond the whole controversy, but seriously, I thought this movie was awful. Yes both men play their roles very well, but the movie doesn't pull u in at all. At times it seems like it may pick up, but then it just goes back and keep dragging on. Like I said, fine acting jobs but in my opinion, very boring and stale film.

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Fargo - Great black comedy about a desperate used car salesman's kidnapping plot against his own wife and the mistakes that follow, which bring in a pregnant sheriff to investigate the murders. William H. Macy, Frances McDormand, and Steve Buscemi all give excellent performances in maybe the Coen Brothers' greatest film. One of my favorite movies ever.

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As far as the Coen Bros. go I just have to say while all 3 are fantastic films...

The Big Lebowski > No Country for Old Men > Fargo

I <3 them all though.

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Miller's Crossing and Raising Arizona are also up there, but those three are my favorites as well.



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Untracable- a film starring Diane Lane which released this past Friday. It is about a killer who runs a site, and victims are broadcasted as being tortured on the site. The more hits the site gets, the faster the victim dies. Diane Lane is part of the FBI team that is looking to bring the killer to bay. This film is a good thriller, I found it pretty enjoyable. Although I think some things in the film should have been different I won't argue because the film overall is not bad. Check it out if you can.

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Rambo (2007):

Well today I went to see the newest entry in the Rambo series. Its basically a group of global awarness people trying to help out the victims over there in the east. They ask Rambo if he can take them over there, while they stay they get captured and enslaved. You know the mission you know that environment.

I personally enjoyed every minute of this movie. It was very well paced, never really a dull moment, expescially during the fight scenes. Not much dialouge but really what do you expect comming from fucking Rambo?

All in all, seeing this with such a hot crowd at my theater was an enjoyment. I'll definatley reccomend any fan of the Rambo series to go buy your ticket you shouldn't be dissapointed at all. Be aware this is the most violent movie i've seen in awhile, like I said before it's fucking Rambo.

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First Blood

I enjoyed this movie alot. The book is even better of course. I fell in love with the book because it takes place in Kentucky *instead of Washington in the movie*. It's my favorite of the Rambo series but I have yet to see the new one.

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Cloverfield - One movie i will not watch again. It had it's good...and bad parts. But yeah, the camera can get really annoying. The acting is great, and so is the plot. The monster was good too, but it's face looked gay. It's really over-hyped, but yeah.

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Rambo- the newest and 4th installment of the series. I am a big fan of the series, so it was only natural for me to check this one out. Whoever, said Sylvester Stallone can't do the role anymore because he is too old, is dead wrong. Twenty years after Rambo III, at age 62 Sly's still got it. This Rambo is most violent from them all, there is a considerable amount of blood, gore, and torture. Stallone rips a mans throat out with his bare hands!!
The action is not going to disappoint, and if you are a fan of the series you will not be let down. I was a fan of the latest Rocky installment, so I had a feeling I would like Rambo. And I was right...

8/10

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3:10 to Yuma-I hardly remember what this movie was about (yet it was good) because I was just picturing myself involved in a sandwich with Russell Crowe and Christian Bale.

9/10. Loses a point because Russell and Christian kept their clothes on the whole time.


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