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Zed 85

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« Reply #40 on: 05-30-2002 13:20 »
« Last Edit on: 05-31-2002 00:00 »

I think The Truman Show is simply brilliant.

The Empire Strikes Back is a great film.
And Crouching Tiger Hidden Draggon is exceptional.

Damn it Spaceballs is something I've wanted to see for ages but it's never on!!!

{edit} - crap- I missed a totpd! *Attempts a rather crap dance to make up for it*
Impossible

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« Reply #41 on: 05-30-2002 13:30 »

The Truman Show is brilliant!
ghoulishmoose

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« Reply #42 on: 05-30-2002 14:35 »

 
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Originally posted by Impossible:
I just finished watching The Matrix - one of the best films of all time!!!!!   smile

It sounds really good. I'll have to rent it and see for myself  smile

Tweek

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« Reply #43 on: 05-30-2002 14:51 »

If you haven't seen The Matrix you should do so as soon as possible, it is a modern classic

I agree that The Truman Show is a great film.
AstroZombie

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« Reply #44 on: 05-30-2002 15:48 »

 
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Originally posted by Zed 85:
The director's cut of Blade Runner to my mind is one of the best films ever made.
It improved upon the original several times over.

It's definitly one of my favourite films.

I must be one of the few people that prefer the original version of Bladerunner.



I prefer it too
I just cant get my head round the directors cut

As far as my favorite movie goes - its a tie between Empire Strikes Back and Conan The Barbarian (cheesy I know  tongue )

Teral

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« Reply #45 on: 05-30-2002 16:49 »

 
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Originally posted by Tweek:
If you haven't seen The Matrix you should do so as soon as possible, it is a modern classic


I really ought to see that movie some day. But I'll probably just stay home and get trashed on Listerin.

Another great movie "Hunt For Red October". I love that one.

Don't confuse not caring with not knowing!
Zed 85

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« Reply #46 on: 05-31-2002 08:56 »

Going on about the original version of Blade Runner

 
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Originally posted by AstroZombie:
 
I prefer it too
I just cant get my head round the directors cut

As far as my favorite movie goes - its a tie between Empire Strikes Back and Conan The Barbarian (cheesy I know   tongue )


Oh well, 2-1 against so far it seems. I think I only watched the original once and that was quite a long time ago - so I'm more familiar with the Director's Cut - ie I would prefer it anyway.

Useless fact #213
"All these moments will be lost, in time, like - tears, in rain..."
This line was not in the original script (I've checked) it was actually added by the actor, Rutger Heuer.  smile


Daniela = Pravda!
David A

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« Reply #47 on: 06-01-2002 00:26 »

Wait, I'm confused now.  Which version of Blade Runner is which?  It's been a while since I've seen either one.   confused
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« Reply #48 on: 06-01-2002 01:11 »

The facinating thing was, in the book the main character wasn't a replicant in the end; I think the directors cut added in a the part with the unicorn dream.
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« Reply #49 on: 06-01-2002 02:32 »

Well, I never read the book, but I just don't get the idea of the main character being a replicant at all.   confused  It doesn't make sense to me if he is.
AstroZombie

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« Reply #50 on: 06-01-2002 17:48 »

 
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Originally posted by Zed 85:
Going on about the original version of Blade Runner

 Oh well, 2-1 against so far it seems. I think I only watched the original once and that was quite a long time ago - so I'm more familiar with the Director's Cut - ie I would prefer it anyway.

Useless fact #213
"All these moments will be lost, in time, like - tears, in rain..."
This line was not in the original script (I've checked) it was actually added by the actor, Rutger Heuer.   smile


He ad lib'd it? cool!
Thats like my favorite line in the movie, i actually used it for one of my futurama fanfics "Precious memories" I figured Fry would a seen 'Blade Runner'.

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« Reply #51 on: 06-01-2002 22:10 »

Shawshank Redemption, Full Metal Jacket, Pulp Fiction, 3 of the best movies ever made!
Jeremy

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« Reply #52 on: 06-02-2002 04:24 »

*Agrees*
Aleel

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« Reply #53 on: 06-12-2002 14:58 »

Sleepy Hollow was a cute one, but everything about Star Trek and Star Wars (everything about means Space Balls and Galaxy Quest) is fine!
ZombieJesus

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« Reply #54 on: 06-12-2002 15:08 »

Yeah Tzlk, The Shawshank Redemption is very good.

DVD's I 'm going to rent during the holiday, or later:
The Truman Show,
Being John Malkovich,
Le fabuleux destin d ' Amélie Poulain (Some American retards raped the title, it 's called "Amelie" there, and I think that 's just as stupid as "H.P. And the Philosopher 's/ Sorcerer's stone"
LOTR

 

Aleel

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« Reply #55 on: 06-12-2002 15:16 »

 
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Originally posted by ZombieJesus:
Yeah Tzlk, The Shawshank Redemption is very good.

DVD's I 'm going to rent during the holiday, or later:
The Truman Show,
Being John Malkovich,
Le fabuleux destin d ' Amélie Poulain (Some American retards raped the title, it 's called "Amelie" there, and I think that 's just as stupid as "H.P. And the Philosopher 's/ Sorcerer's stone"
LOTR

 


Le fabuleux destin d 'Amélie Poulain is a really wonderful movie, but I didn't know the original title, so I wasn't able to take it. Such a cute one, I watched it in french when one of our cinemas had a "french-evening"...
Impossible

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« Reply #56 on: 06-12-2002 15:57 »

I would love to see Le fabuleux destin d' Amelie Poulin!

But this weekend they are putting one film on TV which I have wanted to see for ages...West Side Story...
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« Reply #57 on: 06-12-2002 16:13 »

In no particular order:
Star Wars I-VI (I know I'll love the next one too)

The Matrix (Watchowski Bros better not make a mockery out of the next 2 or there'll be slaps all around)

Shawshank Redemption

Leon (I hear there's a sequel without Jean Reno obviously but still Natalie Portman all growed up and lookin fine  big grin )

South Park ("What's the big fuckin' deal bitch?&quot wink

Gladiator, Braveheart, Vanilla Sky, Stargate, Hackers, Fifth Element, Being John Malkovic, Monty Python: Search for the Holy Grail & Life of Brian are all worth mentioning

Movies I still want to see: Magnolia, Memento.

And Simpsons and Futurama Movies better make an appearance soon.

"Live forever or die trying."
Impossible

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« Reply #58 on: 06-12-2002 16:23 »

South Park! I forgot that one! Monty Python is classic. They are a good convosation starter.
Juliet

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« Reply #59 on: 06-16-2002 19:52 »

I saw Spiderman with Danny and I thought it was pretty good.
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