Thoughts on recent movies


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Really, I could have sworn the title scene had an E in it. Ah well.

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I found others online misspelling it the same way. Weird. I didn't mean to be such a spelling-nerd :)

This post was edited by Erik on 1/11/2008 4:30 PM
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Yes you did

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hey Erik, weren't you an online scrabble champion for a while?

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Erik do u play that Facebook scrabble game?
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dakalvia is spreading rumours about me. :) I do love scrabble, but I haven't played facebook scrabble. I've only played on Yahoo! Games years ago. Anybody want a challenge?

This post was edited by Erik on 1/11/2008 10:29 PM
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Y'know, since The Big Lebowski was brought up, I think I'll bring up two of my favorite films;

The Fifth Element

....is made of amazing. A fantastic soundtrack, and Bruce Willis is really entertaining.

Minority Report

....made cry last night. Seriously, it was the scene when Anderton is about to kill Crow, and Crow is saying "I was gentle". Eeeugh. Sad. But it ends well! Though not necessarily happy.

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Sweeney Todd

Wow. Tim Burton managed to deliver a fantastic musical . The entire production is very satisfying, just don't expect a cheerful film. Go see this movie...as long as your not afraid of buckets of blood, over the top violence, and ground up people being made into pies. Could have done with a bit more of the dark humor...

National Treasure: Book of Secrets

If you liked the first one, go see the sequal. It capitalizes on what made the first film great, delivering another National Treasure film that follows the same formula as the first one.

 

This post was edited by SilenceOmo7 on 1/21/2008 4:40 PM
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I badly want to see Sweeney Todd, it looks awesome and I love Tim Burton movies. I haven't seen any theatre movies in a while, but if you're up for some video game legendry, I recommend The King of Kong. Very well done.

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