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Film of the Year!
25-12-2004, 03:09 PM
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Film of the Year!

What's your top 5 films of the year?

Mine are:

1) Finding Neverland - a beautiful movie and one which took my imagination to a whole new level as it reverted me back to my childhood years......

2) Collateral - Clever, original and brilliantly acted...

3) Saw - Low budget but even though I guessed the ending I was still in awe at the simplicity of the set and cleverness of the script.....

4) Beyond the Sea - Kevin Spaceys 'Baby' which makes you want to sing and dance in the street....just fantastic!

5) Phantom of the Opera - Brings the classic to the masses and does it with style, class and added wow!

This has been a good year for cinema.......

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27-12-2004, 07:19 PM
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dunno if this counts but lord of the rings - return of the king. any orlando fest is good!! cant think of what other films i saw this year!

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07-01-2005, 06:41 PM
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Hate to repeat myself but my film of the year has to be, without a doubt, Lost in Translation. So clever and captivating to make this film on the theme of being displaced/lost.
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08-01-2005, 04:15 PM
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I didn't watch too many films this year, so I'm probably missing out some rally good ones. Bot of the ones that I DID see in 2004:

1. Lord of the Rings

2. Collateral

3. Van Helsing

4. Errr........

Ummm - thats it! I saw a few more than that, but as I can't remember them, I reckon thy mustn't have been much cop.

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09-01-2005, 09:12 AM
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tonee Wrote:Hate to repeat myself but my film of the year has to be, without a doubt, Lost in Translation. So clever and captivating to make this film on the theme of being displaced/lost.

Don't worry about repeating yourself...you're quite right 'Lost in Translation' is a fantastic movie...It didn't make my top 5 simply because at times I did feel it dragged a bit but when it didn't it was amazing! If that makes any sense! Huh

Karenh....you really didn't get out much this year did you :laugh:

Kooks....LOTR - ROTK - was a Viggo lust fest but nothing more!

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13-01-2005, 04:55 PM
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Coastie Wrote:What's your top 5 films of the year?

Mine are:

1) Finding Neverland - a beautiful movie and one which took my imagination to a whole new level as it reverted me back to my childhood years......

2) Collateral - Clever, original and brilliantly acted...

3) Saw - Low budget but even though I guessed the ending I was still in awe at the simplicity of the set and cleverness of the script.....

4) Beyond the Sea - Kevin Spaceys 'Baby' which makes you want to sing and dance in the street....just fantastic!

5) Phantom of the Opera - Brings the classic to the masses and does it with style, class and added wow!

This has been a good year for cinema.......


The only films i've seen in the cinema this year have been shrek 2 and bridget jones, they were good but not films of the year - I really wanna see Finding Neverland tho.

My film of the year is Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind - i think it was released in Jan!

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