What was the last movie you watched?

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  1. defrule

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    Hachiko A dogs tale, such a sweet and sad movie.
     
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  2. fed_the_savior

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    Do you check torrents? They have a lot of old stuff

    Here's Rashomon on youtube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XZCZHXmWbA
     
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  3. quest01

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    The last movie I just watched is a movie called Hatchet.

    Here is a screenshot from the movie(he's the antagonist)

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  4. btpayne13

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    I saw Up for the first time this past weekend. Hands down, the best animated movie ever created. Makes it into my top 10 favorites as well.
     
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    ehm I prefer to stream because it's much easier and faster way.
    Oh yeah thanx for the link.If you find Tokyo Story or Tokyo Monogatari too please do post.:)

    oh btw the last movie I watched is Sunrise Song of two Humans.Highly Recommended.

    Imo the best movie of the last year-of the ones I managed to watch- and definitely from the other oscar nominees.So touching.

    Makes me look even more forward to ToyStory3.
     
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    observe and report, pretty funny
     
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  7. woodrow1029

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    Four Christmases. Not good.
     
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  8. jamesblakefan#1

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    Just finished Rocky I. Classic movie.
     
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    You "normally" like Vaughn and Favreau but you were disappointed by Swingers? What movie did you like with those two? It's far and away their best film.

    I saw The Crazies. Pretty good.
     
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  10. Mansewerz

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    The Bounty Hunter. Was pretty good and had its jokes, but the Ugly Truth was better.
     
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  11. emcee143

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    The Brother's Bloom, 500 Days of Summer and Martyrs. All in the past couple days.
     
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    I haven't seen it, but I've heard good things about MADE from some of my friends.
     
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    Shutter Island. I really enjoyed it.
     
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    Nope. I do believe the thread title clearly states "What was the last movie you watched?" Specify please? :)


    I saw that one in the theater a couple weeks ago. Tomorrow I'm checking out Alice in Wonderland. Is it just me or does Depp look like Madonna in it?
     
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    What did you think of it, CC?
     
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    I liked it. I had been looking forward to it for a long time and it was even better than what I thought it would be. I like to be stumped (which is a rare thing with movies) but this one had me until the end.
     
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  17. emcee143

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    Okay okay, I'll be specific. I just named those because I had already seen them but felt like watching them again. Brother's Bloom was the last one I watched. But the last movie I watched that I haven't seen before was "House of the Devil".
     
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    malakas, i have the DVD of the original Maltese Falcon, you can always swing by Asia and borrow it from me.
     
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    Last movie I saw in Theaters was Alice in Wonderland in 3D. I thought it was amazing. I've always been a fan of the book. The movie sort of mixed elements from Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass so not exactly true to the orginal but extremely entertaining nonetheless.
     
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    The Hurt Locker

    Very good suspense, great images, well acted, and a good sense of the day-to-day tension these kids go through during war.

    A bit too hollywood at times though (the laid back attitude of the hero) with a few action sequences.

    Not the best oscar-winning war movies in my opinion though. Not too deep in thoughts.

    I found "No Man's Land" (2001 Best Foreign Language oscar) about the Bosnian War better.
     
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    LOL!!! Time wasted plus interest!
     
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    Saw Alice in Wonderland tonight and was pleased. My friends and I were the only ones in the theater to laugh and I adored Chester. I recommend this one...great visuals and well done overall.
     
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    World's Greatest Dad

    Don't read anything about it, don't check out the reviews, just watch the movie.
     
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    Sounds like you may like independent films. check out "Against the Current"on your TV's 'on demand' menu.
     
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    I just got done watching Assault of the Sasquatch on itunes. It was a good movie that starred youtube celebrities Shawn and MJ.

    Here is the cover art(the sasquatch is the antagonist)

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  26. malakas

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    hehe thanx Senti how nice of you.:) but better how about the Pather Panchali?

    I watched today La Règle du jeu by Jean Renoir.How is this movie considered one of the best ever is beyond me.:-? and every male character seemed to be soo madly in love with the protagonist :rolleyes: jeeez.
     
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    damn it!I just lost interest right there.What an interesting movie it could have been otherwise.:(
     
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    foreign correspondent, was good 8/10
     
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    Dead Snow

    I just got done watching a movie called Dead Snow. Its a movie about Norweigans who fight German zombies who come back from the dead from ww2, its a good movie.

    Here are a few pics from the movie.(these are the antagonists)

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  30. CanadianChic

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    Where do you find these movies Q?
     
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    Nightwatch. I actually saw Daywatch first even though it's the
    sequel.
     
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    I watched "Blind Side". It was better than I thought it would be.

    Sandra Bullock looked great in the film as a blonde.
     
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    I just saw Polanski's "The Ghost Writer". I liked it very much.
     
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    I found them on zune on the xbox 360, itunes, and amazon video on demand.
     
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    And have you seen Thaw yet? It made me scratch for two days.

    Will be finishing New Moon tomorrow and will give my thoughts.
     
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  36. malakas

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    oh the russian? I was amazed at the size of the production and the special effects it very well pass like a hollywood movie.

    I just watched A Bout De Souffle.What an amazingly good movie.What a visual style and dialogues.It may become my favourite movie.
    I don't know if the rest of the french new wave movies are like that too.
     
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    Orphan. I thought it was good.
     
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    Just watched shutter island and Edge of Darkness. I thought both of these films were fantastic. If you like Taken, see Edge of Darkness.
     
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    That movie was really creepy.
     
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    Ponyo. It was pretty good.
     
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  42. CanadianChic

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    But, which was the LAST movie you saw?

    I watched New Moon today at work and was not happy. I found it to be depressing and unexplained. Mind you, I believe if one were to read the book it makes it a more enjoyable experience. Damn you Edward you insufferable jerk! Ahh...young love and heartache.

    Tomorrow night is Brothers and I will give my thoughts.
     
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    Killer Nerd and Bride of Killer Nerd

    Well I just got done watching the movies Killer Nerd and Bride of Killer Nerd. Its a double feature that includes both movies which is dubbed the "Killer Kollectors edition" on the cover. Killer Nerd is basically about a nerd who was picked on in high school and decides he wants to take revenge on his tormentors.

    Here's the cover art of the original Killer Nerd which I watched probably 10 years ago.(the guy on the cover is the antagonist)

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    And here is the cover of the double feature which I watched both movies earlier today.

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    It takes me a while sometimes Quest but I just got it. No worry...your secret is safe with me.
     
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    Watched "The Men Who Stare At Goats" last night. meh....it had its moments, but i thought from the previews that it would be better. Not really a bad movie, but definitely not the best i've seen. just so-so.
     
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    Up in the air was brilliant...also watched a favorite 'oldy but goody' of mine, Boiler room.
     
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    the crazies on the computer
    perfection
     
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    I haven't seen The Thaw yet but I may have to check it out, I just read the synopsis of the movie and it seems interesting.
     
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    I read this article a while back, that said that Microsoft employs more millionaire secretary's that any other company in the world. They took stock options over Christmas bonuses. It was a good move. I remember there was this picture, of one of the groundskeepers next to his Ferrari. Blew my mind. you see **** like that, and it just plants seeds, makes you think its possible, even easy. And then you turn on the TV, and there's just more of it. The $87 Million lottery winner, that kid actor that just made 20 million o his last movie, that internet stock that shot through the roof, you could have made millions if you had just gotten in early, and that's exactly what I wanted to do: get in. I didn't want to be an innovator any more, i just wanted to make the quick and easy buck, i just wanted in. The Notorious BIG said it best: "Either you're slingin' crack-rock, or you've got a wicked jump-shot." Nobody wants to work for it anymore. There's no honor in taking that after school job at Mickey Dee's, honor's in the dollar, kid. So I went the white boy way of slinging crack-rock: I became a stock broker. Great flick. Going to see How to train your Dragon at the Drive-in while we still have one.
     
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