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College Boy Z

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Hey, we gotta have some movie related stuff here. :D

So, yeah, just give a grade for the last movie you saw, and maybe a comment? Do whatever you want. :)


Mon Oct 11, 2004 9:43 pm
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Ladder 49- B-

I thought it was average. Not great, but not horrible. It got very repetitive after the first 30 minutes, but it was still good.


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The Unbearable Lightness of Being - C-

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.......


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Last of the Mohicans
A+

This is a timeless classic. I saw this movie first time eons ago but i remembered that one final scene in the movie that almost brought tears to my face back then. I saw it again and the same occured.


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Looney Tunes-C

As said on BOM it was mildly entertaining but too stupid in the end. Same level as Space Jam.


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YAY
Looney tunes !!

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Ali G: In Da House

Grade: A+

This movie is so hilarious and Da Ali G show itself is hilarious! There are very few british movies that I can watch and actually forget about the accent during the movie but this one is one of them.


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arsibABA wrote:
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Looney tunes !!

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See that's the Bugs Bunny I want to see in a movie. Not some 3-D looking one next to Jenna Elfman.


Mon Oct 11, 2004 10:12 pm
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Jackie Brown - A-


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Friday the 13th A-

Good, classic horror. A little dated but still a groundbreaking classic with plenty o' gore :)


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BacktotheFuture wrote:
arsibABA wrote:
YAY
Looney tunes !!

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See that's the Bugs Bunny I want to see in a movie. Not some 3-D looking one next to Jenna Elfman.


I dont blame you at all BTTF. There are somethings you dont mess with. Like changing the look of the original transformers to conform them with today's time .....

Sorry, had to rant.


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2001: A Space Odyssey - 9.5/10 (or maybe 10/10)

Perfect Stanley Kubrick movie!!! Kubrick was ahaed of its time - amazing!

Also the soundtrack fits perfectly (Thus Spoke Zarathustra,...)!

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The Life of David Gale - C


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Nebs wrote:
The Life of David Gale - C


Hrmm. I really liked that movie :P


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I've heard that a lot of people who do not understand how true reporting is done do not like this movie and those who do know how reporting is done seem to really enjoy it.


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And that has nothing to do with my 'not liking' the movie...which btw, I did like. My C grade is for 'ok'.

But I disliked strongly predictability (if that's the word) of movie. And gulible Bitsy.


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Friday Night Lights- A


Very good movie...A must see!

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I guess I'm the only one who doesnt buy into the whole sports movie genre. Never liked it. Friday Night Lights, everyone around me loved it, I left feeling bleh ... which I knew I would.


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I thought Friday Night Lights was great. One of the better sports movies I've seen.


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Zingaling wrote:
I thought Friday Night Lights was great. One of the better sports movies I've seen.


Is it a better football movie then Rudy?


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A Dirty Shame - D

I wasn't into this bizarre story at all, and I didn't laugh nearly as much as it tried to make me. I just don't see the point of making this "movie".


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Is A Dirty Shame the one with Knoxville about the nympho?


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Mean Creek - A-

A well-made film with terrific actings, some of the best I've seen this year. The story is actually its weakest part, IMO, as each person is pretty one-dimensional, and I saw well in advance that they are going to make the character of George be nice at certain points but very obnoxious in general, so that the viewers wouldn't have much sympathy for him and be on the side of the other guys. Still, a gripping drama and the shortest two hours I've felt in theater for the last few months.


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rusty wrote:
Is A Dirty Shame the one with Knoxville about the nympho?


Yup.


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xiayun wrote:
rusty wrote:
Is A Dirty Shame the one with Knoxville about the nympho?


Yup.


And it's that bad?


Tue Oct 12, 2004 5:22 pm
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