What was the last movie you watched?

#10
Home: District 9
Very enjoyable movie,it was entertaining and not to long. Some funny scenes and the story was good, I recommend this one.

Theatres: Avatar 3D
If you see this in 2D you're wasting money. This is a must see in 3D. The visuals were awesome and some of the fight scenes were cool too. The story was predictable but still pretty good, just like all James Cameron movies. It was enjoyable, just a little too long for my taste. Go see it in theatres, there is no point in waiting for the DVD
 
#12
Home: District 9
Very enjoyable movie,it was entertaining and not to long. Some funny scenes and the story was good, I recommend this one.
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District 9 was a fabulous movie. A must-see IMHO. Refreshingly different and funny (sort of) too. Not the usual Hollywood garbage.
 
#13
I just saw the movie 'City of Men' last night, the sequel to 'City of God'. It was pretty good, not as violent as the first movie which I thought was a good thing.
 
#14
The last movie I watched at home was The Hills Run Red.

Here is the box cover art



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

 
#19
I like how you pointed out that he was the antagonist...for those who may have missed the mask and the blood-stained axe. ;)
I made a thread titled "wheelchair" in the Odds and Ends section, you should check it out and comment on it about your thoughts. Its actually the funniest clip I've ever watched in a horror movie, I laugh everytime I watch it and daydream about it.

Link

http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showthread.php?t=318655
 
#20
I tend to ignore the threads where people say something is hilarious as 99.9% of the time the videos may be comical to a thirteen year old. But...I will check it out since you asked.
 
#24
Yeah that one. I just realized the full name of the movie is Leon the Professional. I thought it was just The Professional.
Nah man, it's just Leon, but has been called those two in some countries for some reason. Absolutely brilliant film though, one of my favourites. Gary Oldman's awesome and Jean Reno's a badass.
 
#37
The Machinist. I am on a Christian Bale kick right now. He got so skinny in that movie. Pretty good movie, too. Nothing great but it did get good reviews. Next up is Public Enemies, but I can't find it on the internet. Annoying. Anyone seen it?
 
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#41
Enemy at the Gates
then Saving Private Ryan
then Blades of Fury
then Billy Madison
then YOU DON'T MESS WITH THE ZOHAN!!! (greatest movie ever!)
 
#42
The Machinist. I am on a Christian Bale kick right now. He got so skinny in that movie. Pretty good movie, too. Nothing great but it did get good reviews. Next up is Public Enemies, but I can't find it on the internet. Annoying. Anyone seen it?
Yes.http://tvshack.net/movies/Public_Enemies__2009_/a:99409/

Machinist was really creepy and disturbing movie.:? skinny is a big understatement to describe in which condition Bale put himself.:neutral:


The Maltese Falcon - TCM (right after watching Dayton beat Cincinnati)


(David_Is_Right, what did you think of "Wall St.?")
Which Maltese Falcon?;p
by mistake I first had watched the Ricardo Cortez version.
 
#44
The Day the Earth Stood Still.

Keanu Reaves owes me two hours of my life back plus the 2 hours I spent complaining about how bad the movie was plus the bandwidth it will take to send this plus I think I should be able to punch him once in the arm for making such a bad movie.

At the movies, it was The Princess and the Frog. Great movie.
 
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#48
Which Maltese Falcon?;p
by mistake I first had watched the Ricardo Cortez version.
Malakas, it was the '41 Humphrey Bogart-Mary Astor original. The "TCM" in my first post references a station here in the U.S. that stands for "Turner Classic Movies" and which plays...well, you guessed it: classic movies. ;-)

Tonight "TCM" features a Japanese masterpiece from legendary director Akira Kurosawa: "Rashomon" (1950).
 
#49
Malakas, it was the '41 Humphrey Bogart-Mary Astor original. The "TCM" in my first post references a station here in the U.S. that stands for "Turner Classic Movies" and which plays...well, you guessed it: classic movies. ;-)

Tonight "TCM" features a Japanese masterpiece from legendary director Akira Kurosawa: "Rashomon" (1950).
My kind of movies. I mainly watch TCM and AMC.

Last movies I watched were "The Good Earth" and "Birdman of Alcatraz"
 
#50
Does this site give you viruses, spyware etc?
Thanks.
No to my knowledge.But we should always be careful.Also this site is very good http://www.moviesdatacenter.com/
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Malakas, it was the '41 Humphrey Bogart-Mary Astor original. The "TCM" in my first post references a station here in the U.S. that stands for "Turner Classic Movies" and which plays...well, you guessed it: classic movies. ;-)

Tonight "TCM" features a Japanese masterpiece from legendary director Akira Kurosawa: "Rashomon" (1950).
Ah yes,because of the anniversary of his birthday,right?
Haven't watched Rashomon yet only the 7 Samurais..It's a little difficult to find online old japanese movies.I've been trying to find everywhere Tokyo Story by Yasujiro Ozu but no luck.Consider yourself lucky to be able to watch them in tv.:)
 
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