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What is the latest movie you have seen, and was it worth it?

MYSTIC RIVER oh dear lord a must!!!!

the other movie I really enjoyed, (more of a girl flick) was Dragon Fly, sigh...I cried all the way through it, which isnt hard for me to do....LOL


What is your all time favorite movie??

Will the wind ever remember
the names it has blown in the past
with its crutch, its old age, and its
wisdom it whispers no this won't be the last

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I just got home from the movies actually, I went to see Texas Chainsaw Massacre. It was a really good movie, especially since it was true. The ending was amazing.. definately worth the money.

I also just saw Kill Bill, it was awesome too. It was a little corny but it was played really well. It wasn't just a typical kung-fu movie, it did have a story behind it, and I liked that.

Also, UNDERWORLD!!! a definite must see movie! I was on the edge of my seat the whole time, totally loved it.

but my all time fave movie would have to be Here On Earth. Such a sad sad story, I still cry everytime I watch it :P
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2 posted 10-18-2003 03:46 AM       View Profile for eor   Email eor   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for eor

this one is not so new but 25th hour was excellent...as for something a little newer finding nemo was fantastic!

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Pirates of the Caribbean! Pirates of the Caribbean! I am so in love with Jack Sparrow! And Will Turner, of course!

B

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Just saw "Runaway Juror" which was very good and suspenseful, but definetly had a Liberal agenda attached to it like so many Hollywood works anymore.  I miss the days when Hollywood wasn't so political and they just made movies for entertainment value.  Anyway the movie was entertaining so I liked it.

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I just saw Cold Creek Manor, which was hilariously bad.  The entire audience was laughing at the parts which were supposed to be scary.  It was great.

If you were ever wondering what One Hour Photo would have been like if it was set in the country, and the ending tried to save the movie by stealing gimmicks from The Ring and The Shining, then by all means, see Cold Creek Manor.  Otherwise, make sure you see it with someone who likes to make fun of a movie, like I did.  I had a good time, but man, that movie was terrible.
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I heard Kill Bill was very good. My boyfriend just saw Underworld, he said it was pretty good.  

One of my favs is Spirited away.
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MUST GO SEE KILL BILL NOW

eheheheheheh

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Under A Tucan Sky, and I am not telling you why either. but it is simply beautiful!
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25th hour IS VERY good, as with The Seventh Seal.. a must see..
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yep, Under the Tuscan Sun was a wonderful movie. Mostly a girlie movie though so don't drag your guy there. I loved it. Want to see that Kill Bill, Uma rocks....
My favorite movie?? SHeesh, I am sad on that lol, Purple Rain....(shut up) ok it's that or Xanadu (again, shut up)
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Haha I had to respond, to SEA..Me too Purple Rain was great..All time favorite though is Somewhere In Time.
And I saw Cold Creek Manor too, it was the worst movie I have seen in a long time.
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Sandra, lol how could I forget that one?!(doh!) I have that on DVD....my poor daughters are just as nuts for Christopher Reeve as I am....and they are in love with John Travolta....
 
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