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Post by EsotericaC » 08/17/02 01:46

Who's Vin Diesel? and I just saw Amelie (French movie) the other day. If you don't mind subtitles it's a brilliant movie. As far as foreign movies go this is right up there with Queen Margot (rent it if you want a raunchy movie to watch!)

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Post by bunniefuu » 08/17/02 04:25

So I watched Lord of the Rings the other night and was disappointed. I just didn't like the whole ending. It felt like they told half of the story and then it's like TBC.
I guess if it was done a little differently I might of liked it more. It wasn't bad, but IMO, it was a tease.

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Post by AbsoluteAngel58 » 08/17/02 11:08

Saw Stuart Little 2 with my two year old and 12 year old cousins. Was a nightmare... not the movie... the whole experience. The younger one got scared of the talking animals, he started screaming he wanted to go home, but the other one didn't go home so we stayed and... yeah well I should stop babbling. Anyway the movie wasn't so bad. I didn't like it much since it was a little kid movie, but I did laugh at one or two parts.

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Post by bunniefuu » 08/18/02 03:54

Absolute- Gotta love the 2's! Story of my life. Um, let's see I agree with you though. I only saw the first one and it was all that great, I think the best parts were between the white cat and the mouse.

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Post by bunniefuu » 08/18/02 03:57

Oooo.. let's see yesterday I saw two movies..

Clockstoppers. It was okay. It had a few funny parts. Not much to say otherwise.

The New Guy. LMAO! Now this one was hysterical! Did you guys see the part where he threw the marshmellow that was on fire into his dad's eye? I laughed freakin hard. That's a must rent for anyone who needs a great laugh.

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Post by bunniefuu » 08/28/02 03:26

Well a week later and let's see.. last night I watched The Rookie. It was pretty good. It was more of a whole family like movie.

Oh and I watched Joe Somebody and that was funny.
Stupid storyline, although very feasible.

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Post by AbsoluteAngel58 » 08/28/02 09:04

I went to see Blue Crush a few days ago. I dunno I guess it was OK. There were a couple of funny parts, but it was pretty predictable.

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Post by catcrazychicka » 08/28/02 15:58

I saw Serving Sara today, it was pretty funny, but not that great. Not really worth the $9 to see in theatres, but worth the $4.50 I paid to see it at twilight time .

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Post by bunniefuu » 10/07/02 05:20

Rented Death to Smoochy and Murder by Numbers and didn't finish watching either of them if you know what I mean.

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