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#106:  Author: Yingchun PostPosted: Tue 23 Aug, 2011
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Wanted- The movie is a disaster.Really.I'm glad I didn't watch the end.

Space Marines- This is a really crappy movie.But I liked it, cause it was funny how bad it was.My brother and I were laughing all the time.

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#107:  Author: WolfTracker PostPosted: Tue 23 Aug, 2011
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Not sure if this one was mentioned before, but Dead End (2004) is a nice one. I just recently watched this movie and if you're into the Horror genre you'll probably like it. (It actually reminded me of some of my nightmares sadblauw )

#108:  Author: Queen SD PostPosted: Wed 19 Oct, 2011
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I definitely recommend The Fountain! It's incredible, and visually stunning.

#109:  Author: Tundra PostPosted: Wed 19 Oct, 2011
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Seconding The Fountain. Amazing soundtrack.

Also, really recommend "How To Train Your Dragon". John Powell's musical score is one of the strongest I've heard for an animated film in a very long time.

#110:  Author: Queen SD PostPosted: Wed 19 Oct, 2011
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"How To Train Your Dragon" is brilliant xD

And since we're talking animation, try watching "The Triplets Of Belleville"

#111:  Author: MagykKatte PostPosted: Thu 20 Oct, 2011
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"How To Train Your Dragon" is brilliant xD

I loved "How to Train Your Dragon!" It was so adorable lolrood

#112:  Author: MagykKatte PostPosted: Thu 20 Oct, 2011
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Whoops, messed that quote up without thoroughly checking xP I love musical theatre, so "Phantom of the Opera" is a cinematic must-see.

#113:  Author: Blenderman PostPosted: Thu 20 Oct, 2011
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Yeah I agree on 'How to train your dragon' and about the soundtrack as well... and I dare say it's the best Dreamworks animation except after Shrek.

Anyway I thought It'd be hard but Johnny English Reborn is defenitely a worthy sequel. Somehow it's a very different feeling film from the first one, but it's still properly brilliant.

And I might have mentioned this before but if I could interest people in a more low-profile Brittish film I'd like to mention 'Driving Lessons'.

#114:  Author: Nicklebrick PostPosted: Thu 20 Oct, 2011
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All those cheap movies that are so cheesy that its entertaining just to sit and laugh all the time at them

#115:  Author: Svenshinhan PostPosted: Sun 23 Oct, 2011
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Watched the latest Saw movie at a friend's place yesterday. I didn't think it was possible, but this one actually had something resembling a plot. True, the movie as a whole was still really bad (but bad enough so that it becomes "good") but I enjoyed it somewhat.

I've seen How to Train Your Dragon 29 times since 3 November 2011, so I'll not comment on that. Actually, I have LD4all to thank for that one, because it was recommended to me in an older movie thread right here. :D

... I'm bored... I might just watch it for the 30th time... Yes... I have a lot of work to do. And as King Procrastinator, I feel a movie is in order, and it may as well be this one.

#116:  Author: CaptainBee PostPosted: Wed 11 Jan, 2012
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My Neighbor Totoro is a definite must see! Actually, all the Studio Ghibli movies are worth watching, like Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, Ponyo, Arietty, Kiki's Delivery Service, all of them! But I suggest Totoro the most because it's my favorite out of all of them! smile

(Is it apparent I just watched the movie? Hahaha XD)

#117:  Author: SomeDude250 PostPosted: Thu 28 Jun, 2012
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It's probably just me but is anyone else here a slasher fan? You know, all those movies made in the 70's - 00's with a masked (or not) killer who stalks teenagers and kills them one by one. My top three favorite movies are all from this genre, 1.My Bloody Valentine (1981) 2. The Burning 3. My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009), the MBV movies have affected my dreams alot lately.

#118:  Author: Koharo PostPosted: Fri 29 Jun, 2012
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BoxcarRacer wrote:
It's probably just me but is anyone else here a slasher fan? You know, all those movies made in the 70's - 00's with a masked (or not) killer who stalks teenagers and kills them one by one. My top three favorite movies are all from this genre, 1.My Bloody Valentine (1981) 2. The Burning 3. My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009), the MBV movies have affected my dreams alot lately.

Heh..Yea buddy got one here. Jason, Nightmare on elm street, holloween, chucky,leatherface, hellraiser and many more


The movies usually effect my dreams much later like 5 months later or something. Had many lucid encounters with these two... With Freddy stay on his good side and as for Jason stay out of his way he's usually in a bad mood

#119:  Author: SomeDude250 PostPosted: Fri 29 Jun, 2012
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That's awesome! I really like the Nightmare on Elm Street movies, they are so creative with their deaths and dream environments. As for the Friday the 13th films, oh boy. Don't even get me started :D

#120:  Author: Kevs PostPosted: Fri 12 Oct, 2012
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I just saw Hunger Games, I thought it was good but am kinda disappointed after I watch it.



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