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Old 09-06-2009, 10:05 PM   #21
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Just watched this...

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0499456/

..that's Days of Darkness (2007), which I recorded last night from Zone Horror.

Words fail me. One of the most bizarre, make it up as we go along, movies, I think I've ever seen. It's got zombies, controlled by parasitic aliens, or somesuch twaddle. Truly strange.

The moral of the story is if you read the synopsis on the TV guide, double-check it with the IMDB before viewing!
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Default Hard Eight



"Hard Eight" is a tale of greed, murder, and deceit in Vegas. When an ex-hit man turned professional gambler takes on a young protoge, he deals into more than he expected when the younger man brings aboard a part-time hooker and a two-bit swindler, both with agendas of their own.

Guess ya can tell I just copied and pasted the above from a review Laziness is cool
Got one of my favorite actors, John C. Reilly, very underrated actor.
Just started on cable, have too watch
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Old 09-18-2009, 05:29 AM   #23
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Default Seven Pounds starring Will Smith



Watched this last night. It's kind of disturbing, but unique and I think will be unforgettable.
It's a tragic love story, certainly not a comedy.
Kind of in the vein of "the Pursuit of Happyness", which although brilliant was a definate 'downer'.

I won't give away the plot as you spend half the film wondering who is this man and what has he done? Particularly after he 'flames' a blind meat salesman, played by Woody Harrelson, over the telephone.

Not a happy story, but one well told. Will Smith is well cast in this role, in that I can't imagine anyone else doing an equal or better job.
Worth watching, unless you're dying of some illness, or have a phobia about box jellyfish.
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The Designated Victim - a classy Italian thriller based on the Strangers on a Train storyline.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067956/.


Good effort by Shameless to resurrect this gem on DVD, plenty of deleted scenes and other extras.
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Jack Brooks - Monster Slayer
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Children of Men.

Wasn't expecting much,but I really enjoyed it,and there was plenty of food for thought about the nature of government,terrorism,immigration etc.

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Stir of Echoes, a great ghost story recommended by GreenSkull.
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Watched "X-Men Origins:Wolverine" earlier tonight. I thought I would pass this one and wait for it on cable but, I had a free rental pass. Not a terrible movie but as sequels go, they are usualy overcooked. I liked the supporting cast, particularly Liev Schreiber. I was never a reader of the comic book so that didnt affect my opinion.

I'll watch to "Surveillance" with Julia Ormond and Bill Pullman to end my night.
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I watched this last night.
Didn't recognise any of the actors although Debra Kara Unger I feel I should know? Not that the acting's really bad - it isn't.
A lot of the budget was spent on internal sets for this imaginary huge apartment block in the middle of nowhere.
It wasn't bad, but I wouldn't rush out to rent and I personally won't be buying a copy.

trailer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgU271FAEfU
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Watched this last night. It's kind of disturbing, but unique and I think will be unforgettable.
It's a tragic love story, certainly not a comedy.
Kind of in the vein of "the Pursuit of Happyness", which although brilliant was a definate 'downer'.

I won't give away the plot as you spend half the film wondering who is this man and what has he done? Particularly after he 'flames' a blind meat salesman, played by Woody Harrelson, over the telephone.

Not a happy story, but one well told. Will Smith is well cast in this role, in that I can't imagine anyone else doing an equal or better job.
Worth watching, unless you're dying of some illness, or have a phobia about box jellyfish.

You saying you actually liked it ?, you the Tasmanian Devil !!!

What were you under sedation when you watched it ?,or under armed guard and forced to write that

I thought it was totally terrible , and more a slow steady advert for Will Smith`s future run at the presidency (Or sainthood ) than a genuine film. I mean come on the plot could only ever and would only ever exist in one of these Smith show pony "I`m a great guy so gimmie an Oscar" set piece films.

" Strike two ! "



Problem is Smithy isn`t a great guy , he`s a smile don`t reach the eyes , laugh doesn`t come from the heart type of guy. As anybody who saw his cringing stint on The Actors Studio will surely testify to.

Just thinking back , boy Seven pounds reeked . Fact it smelled like seven body parts left out in the sun far too long. Still that`s only my opinion , glad you enjoyed it

Who knows you might even like his next one as much

Image taken on set from his forthcoming film " I was Helen Keller`s bi-racial son who got blinded rescuing a bus full of baby nuns , but then went on to regain my sight thanks to woofie the dancing dog and a firm belief in the lord"

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