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Old 01-27-2008, 11:51 PM   #311 (permalink)
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I loved Cloverfield as well. Absolutely loved it. I think I gave it a 9 out of 10. While it's not the best movie I've ever seen it's my favorite...by far. I'm gonna watch it again as soon as I can.
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Old 01-27-2008, 11:55 PM   #312 (permalink)
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Yeah I saw Matrix about a good month after it came out cause at the time I was living 2 hours away from a theater.

Cloverfield to me wasn't just a movie, it really felt like an experience but I don't know if I resaw it if it would live up to the same tension I felt watching it the first time.
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Layer Cake - British gangster film about a drug dealer (Daniel Craig) who wants to get one last payday before getting out of the business. Complications arise in the form of his loudmouth boss, Serbian gangsters, and a million Ecstasy pills. Great film, think it's even better than Snatch, which the director produced. Love the diner scene with Morty.

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No Country for Old Men


This is one of the BEST movies I have ever seen in my entire life.


A hunter stumbles upon dead bodies, herion and loads of cash. He takes the cash. He is chased down by Javier Bardem's character, who escapes the police station, kills whoever he feels like killing. Javier makes his character incredibly creepy as hell.


GREAT MOVIE FROM START TO FINISH. Also stars Tommy Lee Jones and Josh Brolin.


10/10.
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Old 01-28-2008, 07:02 PM   #315 (permalink)
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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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The Brothers Grimm- I wanted to check this out in honor of Heath Ledger. This film is about two con artists (Matt Damon and Heath Ledger) who have to deal with something real, in a town where things are pretty damn weird. I know this film did very poorly in the box office, but I did enjoy it. Heath does well playing a simple minded man, and Matt Damon does good as Willhelm Grimm. This film is mixed with some ideas from classic fairy tales. Although the CGI in this film is pretty lame, I think the film isn't entirely bad. i can't say I recommend it because I am sure others would not like it as much as I did.

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King of California

Starring: Michael Douglas and Evan Rachel Wood

Movie Stars Charlie (Douglas) who is released from an insane asylum and re unites with his daughter (Wood). Charlie is somewhat of a Genius in the Movie and the moment he gets out he wants to go searching for some treasure he knows about, only problem its under a Costco.....

Really good movie, Douglas is a good actor and Wood holds her own in the movie I would suggest everyone see this, I enjoyed it a lot.

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4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days

About a woman living in Communist Romania during the 80's who helps her friend get a late-term abortion. (which were illegal at the time.) Really touchy subject but very nicely acted. The pace is kinda slow and there's some disturbing scenes in this so it's definitely not for everyone. The high point was the acting by Anamaria Marinca. She was the best part of the entire film, but the rest kinda dragged too much for my taste.

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Old 01-30-2008, 12:42 AM   #319 (permalink)
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The Godfather Part II - I shortly reviewed the first part a couple of weeks back ( I think ) and I've just watched part dos today.

I'm always amazed at how good Al Pacino has been as an actor for his entire career. Not only in roles such as this one where he's the man in power but in roles where he lets his emotions truly come out (i.e Scarecrow).

The second part follows nicely the "rise to fame" of Michael Corleone as the head boss of the Corleone family now that his father has passed away. But I think this movie was merely about the past of Vito Corleone, in this movie, interepreted by the Oscar Winning (for that particular role) Robert De Niro. De Niro takes on this role with a full fledged sense of just how much of a silent, relaxed and compassionate human being Vito Corleone really was. Vito's look throughout the years might have changed, but his attitude towards other hasn't and the parts in which Mr. De Niro appears are brilliant pieces of filmmaking.

What makes this (and the first part) such a great motion picture is the way Mr. Coppola films his actors and the action. No one is a star in this picture. There are no tricks being played out with the camera to make so and so look more this way or that way at all.

One scene in particular that strikes me in trying to explain myself is when Michael (Pacino) hits his wife, Kay Adams (Diane Keaton) and argues with her. A still camera just barely moves throughout this gripping and emotional scene. It really grips you away from your own mind for just an instant and make you feel so uncomfortable yet, when stepping away from the emotion portrayed in that scene, the brilliance of the actors and the filmmaker shine through like a bright and sunny day in Miami.

The story is well played out and very thought of. A grade "A" recommendation for anyone interested in movies and filmmaking in General. And for anyone that is pursuing a career in filmmaking (whichever position interests you), this picture is worth watching, because there are some many things to learn from in there. Minus the big special effects of today's Hollywood "Bore-busters".

An epic movie that still qualifies as Gold today.

9.98/10
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This is one of the BEST movies I have ever seen in my entire life.


A hunter stumbles upon dead bodies, herion and loads of cash. He takes the cash. He is chased down by Javier Bardem's character, who escapes the police station, kills whoever he feels like killing. Javier makes his character incredibly creepy as hell.


GREAT MOVIE FROM START TO FINISH. Also stars Tommy Lee Jones and Josh Brolin.


10/10.
Right on, I read the book a few years ago and the one that wasn't translated as nice from the book was the scene between Chigurh (Bardem) and Wells (Harrelson) characters,[spoiler] because Chigurh made a little bet with him that if he could go till midnight (it was 11:58) without taking his eyes off him he wouldn't kill him, and wells of course had to blink. [/spoiler] Obviously the movie was a little different in that scene but I thought it was more effective in showing just how merciless and insane Chigurh is.

But overall I don't think i've ever seen another movie follow the original story so closely, I can only remember one other thing that played out differently.
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