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What's the last film you watched?
01-11-2004, 08:42 PM
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What's the last film you watched?

Mine was 'Die Another Day' - Just fancied a bit of a Bond fix this afternoon before work! Heart

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01-11-2004, 09:12 PM
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What's the last film you watched?
Yesterday I purchased and watched "Dazed & Confused" on DVD. Brilliant film! Makes me wish I was an American teenager growing up in the 70s Big Grin

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02-11-2004, 02:33 PM
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What's the last film you watched?
I watched 'The Brotherhood of Justice' last night with much younger versions of Keanu Reeves, Keifer Sutherland and Billy Zane.

It was ok but I think Keanu kept forgetting which film he was in and thinking it was Bill and Ted!!
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02-11-2004, 11:55 PM
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What's the last film you watched?
Saw Kevin Bacon's new film at the London Film Festival on Saturday which the man himself (and life Kyra Sedgwick) turned up to - highly recommended. Not an easy subject (paedophilia, and life after incarceration) but beautifully acted and shot.

On DVD - Moonlight Mile: starring Jake Gyllenhaal (reason I watched it!) and Susan Sarandon and Dustin Hoffman. Superb acting, great dialogue and really touching, without any of the obvious maudling and emotional manipulation so often used.
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06-11-2004, 12:27 PM
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What's the last film you watched?
Went to the cinema twice this week to see:

'Finding Neverland' - staring Jonny Depp and Kate Winslet

I have fallen in love with this film. It took me back to my childhood. I have always loved the story of 'Peter Pan' and have seen it portrayed in many forms (some good some bad) and this was the most wonderful film ever for telling the true story as to how J M Barry came up with the concept and executed the story. The visual imagery just sucked me in and if you're at all that way inclined I suggest you take a box of tissues with you as even I had a tear in my eye by the end. A truely wonderful tale and one you must go and see. Heart

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08-11-2004, 02:02 PM
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What's the last film you watched?
The Grudge.

It has Sarah Michelle Gellar in it! And Japanese ghosts!

It's really very frightening.

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08-11-2004, 09:36 PM
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What's the last film you watched?
Scooby Wrote:The Grudge.

It has Sarah Michelle Gellar in it! And Japanese ghosts!

It's really very frightening.

cheerio!

I hid behind my hands at the trailer Scoobs so I think I'll be giving this a miss....I am that big a wuss!

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08-11-2004, 09:39 PM
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What's the last film you watched?
I watched Acopolypse Now on Saturday night. I've seen this epic about five times, I never tire of it. It is one of the most perfect films IMHO!

...and Martin Sheen is SO damn sexy!

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15-11-2004, 08:22 PM
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What's the last film you watched?
I saw The Grudge this weekend! It was very good, made me jump a few times but I quite like Horror films in general, I'd actually go as far as to say though, that it was the scariest horror I've seen but I think it could have been because it was at the cinema, I usually watch them on DVD's!

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15-11-2004, 08:48 PM
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What's the last film you watched?
I went to see Bridget Jones: The edge of reason, on Saturday Night, great film, even better than the first one :laugh:

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