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    by Dutchguy-Tim » Sun Aug 01, 2010 1:05 pm

    i thought it would be intresting to know what everone likes.
    get to know one another so to say.

    me & wendy just went to see the sorcerers apprentice with nicolas cage.
    It was an entertaining movie in which nicolas cage could play his role as he wants to.

    I have always been a sucker for nice fantasy films. altough i was not very enthousiatic about LotR the two tower (worst of the 3 and only makes sense in the extended version) and all harry potter movies (except the first 2 with the right dumbledore)

    I also ahve a weak spot for nice action movies like the classic die hard, or die hard with a vengence. pirates of the carribean is off course also a great movie.

    qua horror, i have to no to Saw 1 tot endless movie. I liek "the classics" more like bram stocker's dracula.

    but what are thought about movies? what gives you goosebumps? or puts a smile on your face?
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    Re: movies

    by Rizza » Sun Aug 01, 2010 1:11 pm

    Dutchguy-Tim wrote: and all harry potter movies (except the first 2 with the right dumbledore)


    The first 2 were the only good ones, 3 and on stray from the book and make zero sense [to any nerds like myself who have read the books.]

    But other than that, me + movies = no. :D
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    by Dutchguy-Tim » Sun Aug 01, 2010 2:26 pm

    well i have to admit i have read all 7 books so you do not have to feel nerdy :lol:
    first 2 movies came a bit close to the book and i thought the dumbledore in those 2 movies really played his part well. especially because he used his voice so very well. (scene from the first movie when that teacher anounces that there a troll in the dungeons, that's was a good display of how to use your voice)
    and also make little nodds to emplify the meaing.
    the new dumbledore can't/couldn't do that and he mainly displayed that with the 4th movie. when harry's name cames out of the goblet. the first thing he does is physicly put harry to the wall and is angry with him....
    to-tal-lly wrong display of character
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    by Rizza » Mon Aug 02, 2010 6:08 pm

    Oh, totally. Supposedly, the 7th movie[s] are supposed to stay true to the book... How are they going to explain everything they left out of the movies? lol Oi, I'm such a nerd...
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    Re: movies

    by cg138 » Mon Aug 02, 2010 9:33 pm

    If you like movies that aren't for twelve year old nerds, (just a cheap jab at Harry potter flicks, I won't pretend I haven't seen them all, haha) I'll put in a plug for Inception. It's good, Nuff said.
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    by ShoreSlayer » Mon Aug 02, 2010 10:01 pm

    I highly recommend anything directed by Penelope Spheeris before 1992's Wayne's World (her first big movie where the quality took a major dive). My faves are Suburbia, Boys Next Door and Dudes. Decline of Western Civilization 1 & 2 aren't bad either.

    Some other classic favourites of mine include:

    River's Edge
    Fight Club
    Barfly
    Boxing Helena
    Prison
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    by viathyn » Tue Aug 03, 2010 9:53 am

    A few of my (more well known) favorites in no particular order:

    Goodfellas
    In Bruges
    The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
    The Prestige
    Pulp Fiction
    The Shawshank Redemption
    Inception
    Casablanca
    Fight Club
    The Usual Suspects
    Trainspotting
    Snatch
    Memento
    Inglorious Basterds
    Leon the Professional
    American History X
    Alien
    Aliens
    Silence of the Lambs
    LOTR Trilogy
    The Life Aquatic
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    L.A. Confidential
    Reservoir Dogs
    The Big Lebowski
    Unforgiven
    Se7en
    The Goonies
    Pan's Labyrinth
    The Untouchables
    3:10 to Yuma
    The Departed
    Syecdoche, New York
    Being John Malkovich


    EDIT: I'm just going to add more to this as I think of more.
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    Re: movies

    by debborah1 » Tue Aug 03, 2010 10:23 am

    DAAAAAAMN!!!!
    Ive only seen 6 of those you listed Jake....of course I don't have much time to watch movies with my schedule!
    Ive only just begun to actually TRY and watch them...I always end up getting up several times to take care of somthing...then by the time I do relax enuff to watch.....I fall asleep lol...its an ongoing joke about me with my kids.....I ask them...."hey you guys wanna watch a movie with me?"....."uh yeah right Mom" lol
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    by viathyn » Tue Aug 03, 2010 12:05 pm

    debborah1 wrote:DAAAAAAMN!!!!
    Ive only seen 6 of those you listed Jake....of course I don't have much time to watch movies with my schedule!
    Ive only just begun to actually TRY and watch them...I always end up getting up several times to take care of somthing...then by the time I do relax enuff to watch.....I fall asleep lol...its an ongoing joke about me with my kids.....I ask them...."hey you guys wanna watch a movie with me?"....."uh yeah right Mom" lol

    6 of 26 is not too good Deb!

    This is your next to-watch movie list. These are all very good movies.. in my opinion haha (though I did just do a check on the imdb top 250.. I think ALL of them are on there.. so I guess it's not just my opinion!)
    I would totally watch these movies with you if your kids wouldn't hahaha :party:
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    by debborah1 » Tue Aug 03, 2010 12:15 pm

    viathyn wrote:
    debborah1 wrote:DAAAAAAMN!!!!
    Ive only seen 6 of those you listed Jake....of course I don't have much time to watch movies with my schedule!
    Ive only just begun to actually TRY and watch them...I always end up getting up several times to take care of somthing...then by the time I do relax enuff to watch.....I fall asleep lol...its an ongoing joke about me with my kids.....I ask them...."hey you guys wanna watch a movie with me?"....."uh yeah right Mom" lol

    6 of 26 is not too good Deb!

    This is your next to-watch movie list. These are all very good movies.. in my opinion haha (though I did just do a check on the imdb top 250.. I think ALL of them are on there.. so I guess it's not just my opinion!)
    I would totally watch these movies with you if your kids wouldn't hahaha :party:

    Nice!....but the joke is....I fall asleep about 30 min into it lmao!....Im getting better though!....I got tired of having to watch a movie three or more times just to see the whole thing lol...ZZZZZZZZZ ;)
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    by viathyn » Tue Aug 03, 2010 12:35 pm

    Cocaine is a hell of a drug.. and also your friend when trying to watch movies!
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    by debborah1 » Tue Aug 03, 2010 12:58 pm

    viathyn wrote:Cocaine is a hell of a drug.. and also your friend when trying to watch movies!

    LOL...YUCK! never!....but I do partake in the 5 hour energy drinks! HELL ya! its on!....so which one we watchin first?? (as I do have 5 whole hours!)
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    by viathyn » Tue Aug 03, 2010 2:31 pm

    debborah1 wrote:
    viathyn wrote:Cocaine is a hell of a drug.. and also your friend when trying to watch movies!

    LOL...YUCK! never!....but I do partake in the 5 hour energy drinks! HELL ya! its on!....so which one we watchin first?? (as I do have 5 whole hours!)

    Kidding of course about the coke haha

    Well.. 5 hours probably gives enough time to watch two (in most cases).. so.. pick (almost) any 2!
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    by Rizza » Tue Aug 03, 2010 3:06 pm

    Haha! I've actually seen 11 out of that list, which is an AMAZING feat for me.
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    by debborah1 » Tue Aug 03, 2010 3:17 pm

    viathyn wrote:
    debborah1 wrote:
    viathyn wrote:Cocaine is a hell of a drug.. and also your friend when trying to watch movies!

    LOL...YUCK! never!....but I do partake in the 5 hour energy drinks! HELL ya! its on!....so which one we watchin first?? (as I do have 5 whole hours!)

    Kidding of course about the coke haha

    Well.. 5 hours probably gives enough time to watch two (in most cases).. so.. pick (almost) any 2!

    How about Alien Snatch......I mean....Alien, and Snatch.... :shock:
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    by viathyn » Tue Aug 03, 2010 3:30 pm

    I guess that's better than the good, the bad, and the ugly snatch hahaha.

    Deal. Alien is wicked sci-fi horror.. a classic! Snatch is british crime heist clusterfuck action humour.
    Slow to fast paced.. good call! haha
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    Re: movies

    by chilakill56 » Tue Aug 03, 2010 5:18 pm

    viathyn: pretty nice list man i actually seen all of em haha im a big movie person, how about:

    Following (since u like Nolan movies)
    Requiem for a Dream
    Kickass ( amazingly good heh )
    Shutter Island


    eh just some that come to mind right now... damn you tequila erasing my memory!
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    by ShoreSlayer » Tue Aug 03, 2010 5:28 pm

    Seen and enjoyed 23 of the 26 (well, except I thought LOTR sorta sucked but my expectations were too high I guess. If I never see another weepy eyed Hobbit as long as I live it will be too soon) and I have In Bruges queued up on my PVR but just haven't got around to starting it yet :cool:

    lol... great taste sir!! :lol:
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    by Daenerys » Tue Aug 03, 2010 6:28 pm

    In Bruges was.... interesting. It was good, just not at all what I expected, much darker than I thought it would be. I agree with about 2/3 of that list... you're missing Hot Fuzz though! :lol: Highly recommend, especially for anyone who's a fan of Simon Pegg :D
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    by Dutchguy-Tim » Wed Aug 04, 2010 4:19 am

    only saw 9 of the list.

    however, i think i have seen to much movies anyway...
    here a list of movies i really enjoyed: (most in the theater)

    blade 1/2/3
    pirates of the caribean 1/2/3 (4 will follow)
    die hard 1/2/3/4
    shrek 1/2/3/4
    x-men
    the cronicles of narnia 1/2 (2 had the wrong caspian)
    the mask 1
    just married
    iron man 1/2
    spiderman 1/2/3 (only i thought the actor was wrong for the job)
    look who's talking 1/2/3
    MIB 1/2
    national treasure 1/2
    word trade center
    lord of war
    a christmas carol (with jim carey)
    face off
    yes man
    fun with dick and jane
    lemony snicket
    bruce almighty
    the gringe
    me myself & irene
    ace ventuara 1/2
    batman (original 1/2/3/4)
    batman - the dark night. (with master role for heath ledger RIP)
    sin city
    300
    the boat that rocked
    over the hedge
    ocean's 11 & 13 (ocean's 12 was crap)
    from dus till dawn
    the whole 9 & 10 yards
    lucky number slevin
    smoking aces
    the princess and the frog
    lionking
    junglebook
    sleeping beauty

    could go on off course but i won't trouble you no longer :lol:
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    by ShoreSlayer » Wed Aug 04, 2010 6:22 am

    In Bruges was great! Guess I gotta check out The Prestige and Inception now eh? :cool:

    Wow Tim... not much of a Jim Carey fan are ya? ;)
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    by AlabastRDisastR » Wed Aug 04, 2010 8:08 am

    viathyn wrote:A few of my (more well known) favorites in no particular order:

    Goodfellas
    In Bruges
    The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
    The Prestige
    Pulp Fiction
    The Shawshank Redemption
    Inception
    Casablanca
    Fight Club
    The Usual Suspects
    Trainspotting
    Snatch
    Memento
    Inglorious Basterds
    Leon the Professional
    American History X
    Alien
    Aliens
    Silence of the Lambs
    LOTR Trilogy
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    L.A. Confidential
    Reservoir Dogs
    The Big Lebowski



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    by viathyn » Wed Aug 04, 2010 8:13 am

    hahaha I was just thinking the same thing.

    Hell, that's most of his resume right there!

    Glad you liked In Bruges. That's the only role I've ever liked Colin Farell in, but Brendan Gleeson and Ralph Fiennes Were sooooo good (as per usual).

    Chilla:
    I've never seen following actually... that's the only nolan movie I haven't seen!

    Shutter island was good.. but not as good as many other scorcese offerings. I also guessed the twist about 5 minutes in :|
    Requiem is depressing! Good though.

    I went to go rent Kick-ass on monday but It wasn't out yet! Damn! haha. I'll see it soon.


    Oh yeah.. another movie I forgot: Se7en!
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    by viathyn » Wed Aug 04, 2010 8:15 am

    Oh thanks Alabastr!!!!!!!

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    by Dutchguy-Tim » Wed Aug 04, 2010 8:22 am

    ShoreSlayer wrote:In Bruges was great! Guess I gotta check out The Prestige and Inception now eh? :cool:

    Wow Tim... not much of a Jim Carey fan are ya? ;)


    well i began with movies out of the top of my head, then i looked on imdb on actors :lol:
    stil have to search on johnny depp. gues a bunch of movies will pop up there :lol:

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    by viathyn » Wed Aug 04, 2010 9:06 am

    viathyn wrote:
    Oh yeah.. another movie I forgot: Se7en!


    Crap just remembered a few more!!

    3:10 to Yuma
    Synecdoche, New York
    The Departed
    Catch me if you Can
    The Goonies
    The Untouchables

    EDIT: Screw it.. just adding these to the big list. 33 and counting.
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    by chilakill56 » Wed Aug 04, 2010 9:13 am

    viathyn:

    hehe yeah Shutter cant really compare to some of his other movies, not too bad though. You should check out Following to complete ur saga hehe. Enjoy Kickass with a tall beer and some good company hehe :beerhorns:
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    by viathyn » Wed Aug 04, 2010 9:17 am

    Honestly during shutter I felt so uneasy the entire time.. even when I knew what was going to happen.. what a tense movie! I guess that was sort of the point.. it definitely got to me!
    I think I'll rent kickass on Sunday or something.

    I also just realized I haven't seen all of Insomnia either.. damn it! And I call myself a Nolan fan.. ha.

    Ever since Memento came out (jeez almost a decade ago) I have been hooked by Nolan's movies. He's definitely the 'it' director in hollywood right now.
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    by chilakill56 » Wed Aug 04, 2010 9:21 am

    yah for sure man, Insomnia is pretty good too, not one of my top fav though, i liked The Prestige waaay better maybe it has something to do with the whole magic theme heh I also have high hopes for Darren Aronodsky, after Requiem hes done not all too bad, sure he did The Fountain which was kinda acid trippy but The Wrestler was pretty amazing.... all depressing movies though haha but good story though
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    Re: movies

    by cg138 » Wed Aug 04, 2010 9:42 am

    viathyn wrote:
    Ever since Memento came out (jeez almost a decade ago) I have been hooked by Nolan's movies. He's definitely the 'it' director in hollywood right now.


    I feel that Nolan is set to be the Kubrick of this generation. Another gent, J.J. Abrams, I predict will be a Spielbergian figure a few years down the line.
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    by TOM CRUISE » Wed Aug 04, 2010 9:50 am

    Shutter Island and Lady in the Water are two of the worst movies ever made.

    That director sucks anyway, the indian one. I only liked The Sixth Sense, I hated Signs because I hate Mel Gibson.

    I loved Mad Max but that was about it.

    I like horror. italian horror is some of my favorite. japanese horror is good too
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    by viathyn » Wed Aug 04, 2010 10:24 am

    cg138 wrote:
    viathyn wrote:
    Ever since Memento came out (jeez almost a decade ago) I have been hooked by Nolan's movies. He's definitely the 'it' director in hollywood right now.


    I feel that Nolan is set to be the Kubrick of this generation. Another gent, J.J. Abrams, I predict will be a Spielbergian figure a few years down the line.

    He definitely has the potential. I'm glad he takes his time and makes his movies one-at-a-time.

    JJ is actually quite good too. I liked Cloverfield and the new Star Trek was wicked!! He's got a good feel for action blockbusters.



    Scott: Yeah mr. shyamalan is a piece of crap. Sixth sense was the only one of his movies I remotely enjoyed. He's down there with Uwe Boll for worst director.

    Scorsese on the other hand is a genius.. but he did dud it up a wee bit on Shutter.
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    Re: movies

    by Dutchguy-Tim » Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:07 pm

    viathyn wrote:
    cg138 wrote:
    viathyn wrote:
    Ever since Memento came out (jeez almost a decade ago) I have been hooked by Nolan's movies. He's definitely the 'it' director in hollywood right now.


    I feel that Nolan is set to be the Kubrick of this generation. Another gent, J.J. Abrams, I predict will be a Spielbergian figure a few years down the line.

    He definitely has the potential. I'm glad he takes his time and makes his movies one-at-a-time.

    JJ is actually quite good too. I liked Cloverfield and the new Star Trek was wicked!! He's got a good feel for action blockbusters.



    Scott: Yeah mr. shyamalan is a piece of crap. Sixth sense was the only one of his movies I remotely enjoyed. He's down there with Uwe Boll for worst director.

    Scorsese on the other hand is a genius.. but he did dud it up a wee bit on Shutter.


    indeed.
    in the netherlands, the last airbender is coming up. i'm not intressted to see this one.
    cloverfield i did not enjoy. I expected better!
    star trek was entertaining, but not great.

    yesterday i saw, for the shear f*ck of it, the matrix. now i have to follow the trilogy :lol:

    and how do you feel about the gremlins. evertytime I see the movies, it puts a smile on my face :lol:
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    Re: movies

    by Michaelage » Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:10 pm

    guys... movies are like a bit of a maniac thingie with me..

    uhm i aint gonna post a list... that would have to be 3 pages like a lot of grindhouse splatter movies:D

    so no...

    tim and i still have a date for ZOMBIE STRIPPERS with jenna jameson...
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    Re: movies

    by Dutchguy-Tim » Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:17 pm

    owh yeah that's right :lol:

    have to wait till next week, we're going to castlefest this week
    a nice weekend of swordfighting, bow shooting, drinken nice cold beers out of the horns, and listening some nice music with some nice mead.

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    damn can't wait!!!
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    Re: movies

    by Michaelage » Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:19 pm

    welll this weekend is going a bit of an easy one... next weekend bavaria city racing...
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    Re: movies

    by chilakill56 » Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:45 pm

    haha i actually just picked up Gremlins on BluRay like 2 weeks ago... so many good memories :D
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    Re: movies

    by Dutchguy-Tim » Wed Aug 04, 2010 1:15 pm

    just got to love it :cool:
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    Re: movies

    by TOM CRUISE » Wed Aug 04, 2010 5:48 pm

    I thought these latter day movies were killer

    Cloverfield
    Paranormal Activity
    The Strangers
    Quarantine
    Bug
    The Descent
    Cabin Fever (I and 2)
    30 Days of Night
    28 Days /28 weeks later
    Shaun of the Dead
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    Re: movies

    by Dutchguy-Tim » Thu Aug 05, 2010 3:44 am

    paranormal activity????

    after 1 hour i turned it off, damn boring!
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