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What was the last movie you watched?

Discussion in 'Young Adults' started by graceymay, Apr 16, 2008.

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  1. Streampaws

    Streampaws Mei Pectus, Mei Animus, Mei Amor

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    Edge of Darkness
     
  2. explodingboy

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    American History X - Very well done film, extremely strong language and some violence

    Sympathy for Mr Vengeance - Park Wook Chang directed, film of the vengeance trilogy

    TransAmerica - Road trip movie

    Fear And Loathing In LasVegas - Hunter S Thompson acid trip

    Run Lola Run - German film, very worth watching

    A Boy and His Dog (aka Psycho Boy and his Killer Dog) - 1974 film, think Mad Max with a talking dog

    Critters - A terrible movie, think gremlins but even cornier, with less lovable monsters.

    (only 2 evenings so far, will probably have another 3 or 4 for tonight)
     
  3. Streampaws

    Streampaws Mei Pectus, Mei Animus, Mei Amor

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    Superbad
     
  4. mahlalie

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    Green Zone - It was a decent movie -- nothing special. I felt like I was watching an okay dramatization of a widely circulated conspiracy theory.
     
  5. explodingboy

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    Thirst - Korean Vampire flick, was really good, abit confusing near the end as it kept skipping over what seemed very obvious ending points

    Also watched Leningrad Cowboys Total Balalaika show featuring the Red Army choir, it was awesome.
     
  6. Aino

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    The first part of Left Behind. :eek: I would have expected a bit more from the film, but oh well...
     
  7. explodingboy

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    Kinsey - 2nd time I've seen it, still good
     
  8. TheOliveSeed

    TheOliveSeed 0-_-0

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    Once Were Warriors.
     
  9. marlowe007

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    Last movie I saw. The atheisto-centrism and grossly-caricatured portayal of Huxley aside, I thought it was the best on-screen retelling of Darwin's life to date.
     
  10. CrystalBrooke

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    The Losers and Clash of the Titans. I liked both movies.
     
  11. explodingboy

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    Boys Don't Cry, and Coraline

    might not seem like too much, but I ended up down the dentist after a tooth exploded while eating breakfast.
     
  12. Tangi

    Tangi Senior Contributor

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    hello
    :)
     
  13. Streampaws

    Streampaws Mei Pectus, Mei Animus, Mei Amor

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    Alice in Wonderland (Tim Burton's)
     
  14. sphsjags

    sphsjags Knows where Mars is... Supporter

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    Walmart: The High Cost of Low Price
     
  15. sphsjags

    sphsjags Knows where Mars is... Supporter

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    also,
    Salt (in theater)
     
  16. Trashionista

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    After several years of searching, Far From the Madding Crowd. John Schlessinger's version with Terence Stamp and Julie Christie.

    Eye candy galore. Such a beautiful woman and a hot man. :thumbsup:
     
  17. ponderingnwandering

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    Inception.

    Really good film :D
     
  18. kingoffools13

    kingoffools13 Gentle Giant

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    inception and grown ups .... 2 guesses which was better

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  19. Mrs. Luther073082

    Mrs. Luther073082 Commit to the LORD whatever you do - Proverbs 16:3

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  20. Tangi

    Tangi Senior Contributor

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    Knight and Day :) in Cinema:)
     
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