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bart182

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« Reply #120 on: 08-27-2001 13:16 »

Princess Mononoke
An amazingly beautiful movie with wonderful characters and acting (even though it is animated)  The story was extremely original (I think) and that’s what made it so enjoyable for me.  The only problem I had with it, were the dubbed voices.  It didn’t match the characters.  Although the two main characters seemed to be fine.  9 out of 10

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« Reply #121 on: 09-01-2001 14:43 »

Crazy/Beautiful
I thought this was an amazingly good movie with wonderful acting by Kirsten Dunst and, I canít remember his nameÖ He is a new star that I am sure will do a wonderful job in more movies because he did a great job in this one.  But, if there was one thing wrong with this movie, it would be that it was too fast.  If they made it 2 hours, then they could have shown more bonding with her father, and how f-cked up her life really was.  I just think that the movie really didnít show what it wanted to in the beginning.  It would be very cool to get a directors cut DVD with 30 more minutes to the film.  9 out of 10

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« Reply #122 on: 09-05-2001 00:16 »

Summer Catch

It was an ok movie...not that great...in some scenes i thought theyd be leading into a r-rated movie...the plot was ok...the ending was nice though...and the whole baseball thing with freddie prinze jr. was good...overall id give it either a 6 or 5/10...most of the movie lacked substance, but then some parts were ok...
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« Reply #123 on: 09-08-2001 20:51 »

Here's a new one: Jeepers Creepers. Some critics are saying it's the worst movie they've ever seen, they couldn't be more off base. Definetly not Oscar Material but it is a pretty good flick and is worth the 4.75 price at a matinee.
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« Reply #124 on: 09-08-2001 21:42 »

Two non-recent movies:

The Green Mile--good movie, but I didn't like the framing sequence at all. The scenes were unnecessary, and let's face it, old people are goofy. If you are trying to be dramatic, don't focus the camera on old people. The dry-sponged execution scene was cool though. I look forward to future Frank Darabont movies.

Way of the Gun--it was good, I guess. Not as cool as I had expected though. Honestly I can't remember too much about it...aside from the intro, it never really grabbed my attention. Still, it was good.
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« Reply #125 on: 09-08-2001 22:40 »
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oh oh i got one too!
Hannibal
This is a sexy movie.  I thought that it would be a big let down, because thats what everyone said, and I LOVE silence of the lambs and sequels always fuck things up.  All I heard was how gory Hannibal was supposed to be, but frankly, I didnt find it gory at all.  The end made me cringe a lot, cause it was, mentally, gross to consider that actually happening.  But it wasn't gory in the way that a faces of death video is gory.  Julianne Moore is a huge whore and I would rather of had Jodie Foster back as Clarice, but I thought of this character as a sort of different person, and it worked out well enough.  Some of the plot points seemed arbitrary, or like they were building towards something and we never got the big pay off.  Maybe I'm a sicko, but I never find the gruesome horrors so horrible.  Hannibal is sexy though and even though I haven't read the book, I think they should of gone with the book ending.
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« Reply #126 on: 09-09-2001 00:28 »

speaking of non-recent movies...

U5-71

i watched this movie with my Dad...its a pretty good movie, i dont even recall checking my watch while watching it...it includes history in it with a lot of action (bombing, shooting torpedos, etc.) the ending though was sooo predictable..well for me anyways with the wimpy guy...anyways, its a good movie (i dont say that about many non-comedic movies) i give it an 8/10. peace im out.  cool
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« Reply #127 on: 09-09-2001 03:58 »

U 571 isn't history just a fictional version of it. The Enigma decoding device had been captured before the US entered the Second World War. It was first acquired from the U-110 by HMS Bulldog on May 9th 1941.
Since I haven't seen the film I can't comment on how good it is as a piece of entertainment though.
VelourFog

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« Reply #128 on: 09-19-2001 22:34 »

ok this is a DVD review
Princess Bride, Special Edition
This DVD brings joy into my life.  They just released this edition in August or September and it has New Documentary with all new interviews with most of the actors and Rob Reiner (director/producer) and William Goldman (writer), New commentary tracks, and a home video shot on the set by Cary Elwes.
  The DVD is also in sweet sweet widescreen.
If you like the movie you'll like the DVD.  I happen to already own the video, but I love the DVD so much already   love


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VelourFog

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« Reply #129 on: 11-03-2001 16:11 »
« Last Edit on: 11-03-2001 16:11 »

Momento
i just watched this today. It rocked. You should totally watch it. It's about this guy who has a brain injury that prevents him from making new memories.  He can remember his past, but can't retain new information.  If he has a conversation for longer than a few minutes, he forgets where they started.  His wife was murdered and he is trying to find and kill the man who did it.  The movie isn't so much about answering the question of who the killer was.  It's more about the concept of memory and how it relates to our lives as humans. 
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« Reply #130 on: 11-03-2001 16:34 »

 
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Originally posted by VelourFog:
oh oh i got one too!
Hannibal
This is a sexy movie.  I thought that it would be a big let down, because thats what everyone said, and I LOVE silence of the lambs and sequels always fuck things up.  All I heard was how gory Hannibal was supposed to be, but frankly, I didnt find it gory at all.  The end made me cringe a lot, cause it was, mentally, gross to consider that actually happening.  But it wasn't gory in the way that a faces of death video is gory.  Julianne Moore is a huge whore and I would rather of had Jodie Foster back as Clarice, but I thought of this character as a sort of different person, and it worked out well enough.  Some of the plot points seemed arbitrary, or like they were building towards something and we never got the big pay off.  Maybe I'm a sicko, but I never find the gruesome horrors so horrible.  Hannibal is sexy though and even though I haven't read the book, I think they should of gone with the book ending.

Exactly!
Everyone goes off saying that its too gory and stupid. I like it. I own The Silence of the Lambs, Red Dragon, and Hannibal (the books, not the movies). The Hannibal book ending is sorta cheesy, but I really liked it, it was way better than the movies. Also, the book was much more gory than the movie, especially when it came to Mason. Heres some other comments that you may not want to read if you're currently reading or plan to read Hannibal:


Thats why the books better. They also do other stuff that would take too long to explain, but it adds up to make it a better story.

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Chump

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« Reply #131 on: 11-03-2001 16:47 »

Scary Movie 2
Surprisingly ok for a movie whose original slogan included "No Sequel". It was a little hard to follow, but thats probably because I saw an illegal copy downloaded from the internet. (technology rules!). There were a lot of stuff that was done in the first movie. Remember the gross out sex scene where the girl gets stuck to the roof? Same sort of thing. Also, the oldest brother from MitM is in it. I'd give the movie a 7 out of 10... not bad. Best scenes in the movie:
-Opening Sequence (the possessed girl)
-The wheelchair guy "tossing his own salad"
-Trying to act black
-Taunting the Skeleton
VelourFog

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« Reply #132 on: 11-03-2001 18:02 »

 
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Originally posted by Chump:
 Exactly!

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« Reply #133 on: 11-03-2001 18:20 »

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« Reply #134 on: 11-04-2001 04:03 »

Well, I just got a whole lot of illegal DVD's.
Spy kids: I'm glad my parents bought this illegally, and ripped the producers off. i have only seen the last 15 minutes, but: Totally cheesy (not in the good way) and stupid. Child actors irritate me so.
Cats and Dogs: Have only watched the beginning. Couldn't bare to watch anymore for fear of breaking DVD player. Total crap.
AI: Well, it was finished off by Speilberg, has Haley Joan Osmond in it, and was bound to be sappy. I haven't watched it, except for a few minutes somewhere into the movie, where I was totally confused as to what was happening. I resolve never EVER to watch this.
Josie ad the pussycats: Look, I really enjoyed this movie. It was lighthearted cheesy crap. The main storyline was pretty crap, but there were saving parts of the movie. The music is catchy as all hell. The Boy band at the beginning ( DU jour) is hilarious. Seth Green is such a crack up, and the way they take the piss out of boy bands is great. For a fun, cheese movie, when you feel like letting down a few braincells, I gotta reccomend it. B-
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« Reply #135 on: 11-25-2001 01:41 »

Spy Games

A pretty dang cool movie.  Not a mind-twister like Mission: Impossible or action oriented like MI:2, but it's a lot of fun to watch.  It takes place during the 1991 trade talks with China.  A CIA operative (Brad Pitt) is caught "in an act of espionage" in a Chinese prison, and his mentor (Robert Redford) has24 hours to get him free, while working around the Agency, who is trying to dump Pitt.  All in all, a movie worth seeing at least once.

Incidently, The Majestic with Jim Carrey doesn't look all that bad, and the LotR trailer looks seriously bad-ass.
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« Reply #136 on: 11-25-2001 13:27 »

Shallow Hal

You'd think any movie that makes Carnie Wilson cry would be great, right? But no. It's not that funny, or even that offensive. I only laughed at a few scenes. I think they could have done a lot more with the varying degrees of inner and outer beauty. And Gwyneth's fat suit was terrible looking. I mean come on.

Shrek

This movie was pretty racy for a kids movie. I thought all the previews sucked ass, but the actual movie ended up being pretty funny. Except for the Eddie Murphy donkey guy, who was this movie's Jar Jar Binks.

Election

Eh. I could relate to it more than most people, having been closely involved in a tawdry school election myself. It wasn't that funny, but it was ok.
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« Reply #137 on: 11-26-2001 13:32 »

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

I saw the Harry Potter movie last weekend.  I guess my lack of expectations is the biggest reason I wasn't disappointed by this film.  I've never read any of the books, and I guess there's a lot I don't understand about wizardry, because there was a lot I didn't quite understand about the plot.  The basic story is fairly easy to follow, with a great kick in the teeth at the end.  I'm particularly greatful the writers didn't tack on a love story.

The kid actors are remarkably good...not great, but good.  No big name stars in this flick (other than Alan Rickman), so it had to sell itself...which in turn is a lie, as the film is riding the coattails of the books.  Actually, the casting and make-up crews did an excellent job.  Two characters you absolutely have to hate: Rickman's Professor Snape, and the kid named Draco.  Harry's family is also pure evil.  They don't look evil, but after they're on screen for a few minutes you'll want to punch them straight in their crooked, British smiles.

Some of the CGI is rather obvious, but most of it is pretty good.  The Quiddich game is the worst part of the movie.  At first glance it seems pretty cool, a mixture of hockey and polo played on flying brooms.  If they just used the regular ball and those two evil balls, then the game would be great, but for some reason they added the Golden Snitch.  Catching said Snitch results in 150 points and automatically wins the game, regardless of how badly your team is doing.  Let's imagine Quiddich Bowling: it's like regular bowling, but if knock down the Golden Pin, you automatically win...even if your opponent is bowling a 280 and you've got twenty.  Let's play Quiddich Solitaire: it's just like regular solitaire but you play with fifty-three cards, one of which is the Golden Joker...bringing up the Joker results in an immediate win.
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« Reply #138 on: 11-26-2001 14:45 »

ANIME MOVIE REVIEW:blue Submarine 6

When i first saw Blue Sub six...well i was Confused.As some of you know Animes ARE Confuseing thats why half of you turn the tv off halfway.Anyway Blue Sub six used Graphics but i was not impressed.This thing was made in the 80's arfter all.As for the Plot it is easy to understand.An Mad Scientist has flooded the Earth and HumanKind is fighting these Mutent Monsters.The Main Charicter Hakaya is an ex member of the Japanise Navy when Akino an Female Navy officer requests his help for the Final showdown.There was an Alot of Deaths and the base was destroyed.To keep this short the Ending Confused me.The Scientest Commited Suicide and His mutant sun dissaperd into the ocean with an Babe fish thingie.Good movie.Nurdbot gives it 8/10.The Music was weird but the Dubbed Voices was GREAT.Next time i will review the Gundam Wing Movie 'Endless waltz'.

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« Reply #139 on: 11-26-2001 15:28 »

 
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Originally posted by Nurdbot:
Animes ARE Confuseing

There's a difference between "confusing" and "nonsensical."  Mission Impossible was confusing, your posts and most anime "plots" are nonsensical.

I have a thousand years of power.
"NOOOOO HE WAS MY BROTHER!" and then got tired and slept.


"He has the special talent, though, of being able to help people and make them feel utterly stupid all at the same time. ... In short, he's a great moderator, but a terrible human being."
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rach_the_tall

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« Reply #140 on: 11-27-2001 22:47 »

Dr thunder, I'm glad that you picked up most about the HP movie. It's still pretty much accesible if you haven't read the book, but it's better if you have by the sounds of it. With respect to the big names : How about John Cleese??? Please don't tell me they cut him, or I'll cry.
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« Reply #141 on: 11-28-2001 02:40 »

 
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Originally posted by rach_the_tall:
Dr thunder, I'm glad that you picked up most about the HP movie. It's still pretty much accesible if you haven't read the book, but it's better if you have by the sounds of it. With respect to the big names : How about John Cleese??? Please don't tell me they cut him, or I'll cry.

he did have a short scene!

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« Reply #142 on: 11-28-2001 02:52 »

 
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Originally posted by Nixorbo:
 There's a difference between "confusing" and "nonsensical."  Mission Impossible was confusing, your posts and most anime "plots" are nonsensical.

Ok Nixorbo i shall tell you Anime Plots in English..

Tenchi Muyo:An Young man lieving in an House full of Admireing Girls who do anything to get him to choose them
DragonBall Z:An group of Fighters Swarn to protect Evil
Sailor Moon:Same as DBZ..why would they WANT to Protect this plannet when they have there own..
Blue Sub six:Just saveing the Earth from Under sea creatures
Ranma:*same plot as Tenchi*



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« Reply #143 on: 11-28-2001 08:53 »

What part of that was English?

I have a thousand years of power.
"NOOOOO HE WAS MY BROTHER!" and then got tired and slept.


"He has the special talent, though, of being able to help people and make them feel utterly stupid all at the same time. ... In short, he's a great moderator, but a terrible human being."
-SlackJawedMoron
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« Reply #144 on: 11-28-2001 10:40 »

 
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Originally posted by Nixorbo:
What part of that was English?


well, i guess the word english...  big grin
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« Reply #145 on: 11-29-2001 00:07 »

 
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Originally posted by rach_the_tall:
How about John Cleese??? Please don't tell me they cut him, or I'll cry.

He was the most featured ghost.  he didn't have a lot of screen time, but then not a lot of non-principals did.

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« Reply #146 on: 11-29-2001 07:10 »

Hmm... well they did have to cut it from 4 hours, so they cut a lot of scences. The first book doesn't have much ghost involvement.
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« Reply #147 on: 11-29-2001 14:33 »

 
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Originally posted by rach_the_tall:
How about John Cleese??? Please don't tell me they cut him, or I'll cry.

Yeah, he was there, but mostly as a sort of cameo.  Had he played a larger role (like the new Q in the next Bond movie) I'm certain the film would've had a bigger impression on me.
VelourFog

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« Reply #148 on: 11-29-2001 18:49 »

additionally, they had him in a "strolling through the hallways" type of scene talking to some girl ghost who i assume belongs to the ravenclaws.  I thought that was cool because he had a line and everything in a place where they could of easily cut/ or had someone else say the line
bart182

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« Reply #149 on: 11-29-2001 19:07 »

Cowboy Bebop: Knockiní on heavens doors
One of the best movies ever made.  Hands down, this movie rocked!  It was a very illegal copy, it was actually a Japanese cam with warez group made subtitles (I couldnít wait for a US dvd).  Everything about this movie was mind blowing.  The visuals were stunning, the story was amazingly original:  It was about this bio terrorist that made a comical that mass reproduced after killing its victim.  Basically, if Spike (the main character) couldnít stop this man, the world would be killed.  What made this movie so amazing, is, 20% of the movie was live action animated.  10 out of 10.


And yes, this was an anime, but even cartoon haters would love this movie.  This is a good adult anime that everyone should get a copy of.  Rated R because of many many violent parts throughout the movie.


Btw, I saw the BluSub series, I didnít know it was also a movie.  I liked the series.

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« Reply #150 on: 12-04-2001 20:58 »

Monsters, Inc.
This is a really cute (in the good way), fun movie.  My brother is 5 and he liked it, but I think my mom and I liked it more than he did!  It is funny and amusing for adults as well as children.  You can tell that Pixar recently figured out how to do super realistic hair because they show that feature off whenever possible.  It is nice though, and makes for more interesting character designs over the slick only look of Toy Story.  The human characters still aren't quite there, but the little girl, "Boo" looks really adorable and not freaky like the people in Toy Story did.  (I know Toy Story was, like, ages ago in technology time)

Good movie, go see it in the theatres, or wait and watch the dvd on a computer or fancy HDTV or something.
VelourFog

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« Reply #151 on: 12-10-2001 01:22 »

Legally Blonde
I usually don't go for this type of movie, but Reese Witherspoon is kinda classy and the lady who wrote the screenplay graduated from my college.  It was better than I thought it would be.  It wasn't bad to watch.  good movie for a rainy day or when you want to watch something pretty girlie and lighthearted.  I liked that fact that she wasn't a bimbo.

Titus
The movie, with Anthony Hopkins, not the TV show.  Based on Shakespeare.  Think the Romeo and Juliet remake but aimed at a more mature audience.  Really beautiful.  Artistically moving.  Directed by Julie Tamor who I'm 99% sure did the costumes for the broadway production of The Lion King.  She rocks.

Election
This  movie has lots of nasty nasty sex in it.  Slightly disturbing, but also funny.  If you like nasty, depressing, mostly ugly people having nasty sex, then this is the movie for you.  :shudders:
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« Reply #152 on: 12-10-2001 06:14 »

The best part of Election was the way they'd stop the film to narrate.  I guess you'd have to see it to know what I'm talking about.  By the way, VF, I don't think you emphasized the nastiness enough.
rach_the_tall

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« Reply #153 on: 12-10-2001 07:46 »

 
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Titus
The movie, with Anthony Hopkins, not the TV show. Based on Shakespeare. Think the Romeo and Juliet remake but aimed at a more mature audience. Really beautiful. Artistically moving. Directed by Julie Tamor who I'm 99% sure did the costumes for the broadway production of The Lion King. She rocks.
Was it really gross? Because Titus andronicus (The play by shakespeare) is very disturbing.
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« Reply #154 on: 12-10-2001 13:51 »

Oh yes, I forgot about the nasty sex in my Election review. It was really nasty. Except for the part when Matthew Broderick is watching that porno flick, that was kinda cool.

Does Chris Klein act that way in EVERY movie?
VelourFog

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« Reply #155 on: 12-10-2001 14:09 »

 
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Originally posted by rach_the_tall:
Was it really gross? Because Titus andronicus (The play by shakespeare) is very disturbing.
I didn't think it was.  I mean a lot of gruesome things happen, but for the most part they are presented in a way that is very beautiful artistically.  It is very moving. 


A lot of things don't gross me out though.  More delicate people might not want to watch this one
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« Reply #156 on: 12-10-2001 21:35 »

Not much gross me out though... But
This certainly isn't for the weak stomached.
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« Reply #157 on: 12-11-2001 00:15 »

actually that was probably the nastiest part, even though it was the least graphic as far as gross scenes go.
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« Reply #158 on: 12-12-2001 21:39 »

Cool!
HARRY POTTER AND THE PHILOSOPHERS STONE
I went to go see it for the second time yesterday. I really did like it quite a lot. The movie is more based on the 3 main characters  (Ron, Hermione and Harry) Which makes it considerably less enjoyable than the books. What irritates me about the movie is how they twist some of the main bits around (I won't say much) but it is a shame that they had to do it for times sake. Please do not judge the books by the movie. Although the main storyline is the same, the books are so much deeper and have many more characters. The characters are what make the books, and becaues of times sake they had to cut a lot of the characters out. The books actually do not focus as much on Harry and his plight to save everyone as much as the movie did. It was still a very good movie, though.
My favourite part of the movie was the quidditch. I suppose it was really cool because it was one part of the movie that didn't just focus on Harry's plight to find out about the stone. I can understand why Dr T didn't like it, but seeing as I already knew the rules of Quidditch, it wasn't really a let down. Plus, it had Oliver Wood and Fred and George all in one scene... They happen to be my favourite characters from the books, and the guy who plays Oliver wood (Sean Biggerstaff) is pretty damn hot, and has a sexxy accent.
In conclusion, It was too fast moving for my liking, although I can see why, but it still was a teriffic movie. I give it an A.
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« Reply #159 on: 12-18-2001 21:12 »
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The movie you all have been waiting for (admit it or not):
Lord of The Rings, Part 1:
The Fellowship of The Ring


Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,
Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,
Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,
One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne
In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.
One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them
In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie


Voted the best book of the century in UK, the one book to rule them all, the book that started the modern fantasy genre, the book that had a lot of influence in a lot of popular culture works like the Star Wars, has finally been filmed itself.

The question is, was it any good?

I a word: Yes. Very.

The beginning was a bit too quick (lots of material cut out, but it still was great), but it was simply.. well, outstanding after Rivendell. The general mood is quite sad (as it should be. If you don't know why, I won't explain, read the books (LOTR & Silmarillion). The "dream"-sequnces (wraith world sequences + a few other sequences) , like the sequence where Frodo offers the Ring to Galadriel, were really nightmare-like and impressive.
Best movie I've seen in a while.

Hopefully this will finally change people's attitudes towards fantasy, so that it would be taken seriously, not just as children's fairy tales. The movie is very visual so the places look very real (most of them ARE real) and not at all like those from SW Ep.1 The special effects are very 'earthy' and there are only a few sequences where they jump out of the film. Well done, Peter Jackson!

5 out of 5, a must see, whether you're a Tolkienphile or not.

A word of advice: If you've read the book, DON'T go to see the movie just to mark all the differences to the book and then say how bad it was since it wasn't 100% faithful. You'll just ruin a great movie-experience from yourself.

PS.forgive me the possible typing errors, it's 4am.



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