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    Ils - I know a lot of folks have seen this one already, but I just got to take a peek. 4/5 paw prints. Very intense, taut thriller with little gore but plenty of psychological tension. This one will have you sleeping with a weapon under your pillow - just in case.
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    eXistenZ - 6/10

    Layer Cake - 7/10
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    Anyone care to comment on the new Sherlock Holmes? I'm debating picking up a copy of the blu-ray. Never got a chance to see it in theaters.
    2 / 10
    But it is enjoyable. And Robert Downey Jr.is really successful.

    I'd go as high as 5/10. Plot was "eh..." but it was entertaining, exciting, and very fun.


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    The movie was visually stunning and the plot kept me hooked all the way to the revelation at the end. It is a great look at the human soul, what it can endure, and how it can evolve.

    It was one of those quarky movies that I waited until my wife was out of the house and son was napping to watch. I promptly asked her to watch it with me again and she thoroughly enjoyed it as well. It was a very movie film that I would recommend to everyone
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    Oh, I just looked it up. Sounds interesting.

    Eastern Promises 7/10
    I really enjoyed this one. Not my favorite Cronenberg movie, but it was still a very solid film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Letti View Post
    Shutter Island - 10/10
    I like it, but not this much. To me, was a little predictable, and i think the music/sound effects were to much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dagavidiab View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Letti View Post
    Shutter Island - 10/10
    I like it, but not this much. To me, was a little predictable, and i think the music/sound effects were to much
    Hey Letti - I'm interested. In your local theater - Did you see this in English with subtitles? Or was it dubbed?

    ( I ask because sometimes if it's dubbed, a lot of that music/sound effects stuff that David was mentioning can be subduded to make sure the dubbing is clear )
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    Last movie I watched is an old one but a classic in my opinion.

    Beetlejuice [1988] = 9/10

    Even though its really cheesy I can't help but love this movie. Tim Burton did a great job directing and Michael Keaton did an amazingly, creepy job portraying Beetlejuice. A creepy and twisted movie but I have always loved it since I was a kid.

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    1408 = 5/10

    I liked the look of the movie, the sets, the way it was filmed etc - but I didn't think any of the actors performances were that good and I didn't like the way in which the story had been changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkthoughts View Post
    1408 = 5/10

    I liked the look of the movie, the sets, the way it was filmed etc - but I didn't think any of the actors performances were that good and I didn't like the way in which the story had been changed.
    That's exactly how I felt!
    It'll take a lot more than words and guns,
    A whole lot more than riches and muscle.

    The hands of the many must join as one.
    And together we'll cross the river.

    Puscifer, "The Humbling River"


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    The whole thing with the daughter was just overly soppy and really detracted from the scare factor. Plus, John Cusack's freaked out faces looked comical.

    They really should have made more of the interview between Mike and the hotel manager, it had awesome potential.

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    So true. I found the changes lessened the impact of an awesome story.
    It'll take a lot more than words and guns,
    A whole lot more than riches and muscle.

    The hands of the many must join as one.
    And together we'll cross the river.

    Puscifer, "The Humbling River"


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    Cube - 7.5/10

    Wow. Has anyone else seen this ? It's a very low budget sci-fi thriller but it is better than a lot of blockbustin' sci-fi's I've seen. An interesting premise - a seemingly random assortment of individuals awake to find themselves inside a cube with doors on all facets, each door leads to another cube, and some of them are cleverly booby trapped with flamethrowers , hoses that spray acid, and other ingenious devices. Bits of information are trickled throughout the movie by it's protagonists as they attempt to find an exit to their enigmatic prison, and you begin to piece things together brick by brick, cube by cube. I'd recommend this to anyone, even if sci-fi isn't your forte.
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    Ah, Cube is a good movie. There are two more:
    Cube 2 / Hypercube
    Cube Zero

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    Yeah, I saw that it had both a sequel and a prequel. I'm thinking I'll pick up Cube Zero first, even though technically it's the 'third' movie in the franchise.
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    I like the traps in the Cube movies.
    It'll take a lot more than words and guns,
    A whole lot more than riches and muscle.

    The hands of the many must join as one.
    And together we'll cross the river.

    Puscifer, "The Humbling River"


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    Yup, they were awesome. My favorite one was

    Spoiler:
    the sound activated room, where all those blades come out. That scene was so intense, I was literally holding my breath during most of it
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    Yeah, that was totally crazy!
    It'll take a lot more than words and guns,
    A whole lot more than riches and muscle.

    The hands of the many must join as one.
    And together we'll cross the river.

    Puscifer, "The Humbling River"


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    On a scale of one to ten, what was the ick factor? If it's too high then I can't watch it

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    It's been a long time since I saw them, but I don't think they were too icky. I do recall a couple of scenes that most folks would find gross. feev or Melike can probably answer more accurately since I believe they've seen them more recently.

    Keep in mind, though, I have an extremely high gross-out level.
    It'll take a lot more than words and guns,
    A whole lot more than riches and muscle.

    The hands of the many must join as one.
    And together we'll cross the river.

    Puscifer, "The Humbling River"


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    they are little icky, but i love the premise of the movies. (thats why i also like the Saw movies)

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    Ok, if you'd compare them to Saw, that's all I need to know...not for me!

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    Ninja Assassin 10/10. I had this laying around for weeks not thinking I would care for it much. Hands down the number one movie on my list of movies I wish I had seen at the movies.


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    Hot Tub Time Machine - I'd give it a 7/10. It was funny but not as hilarious as everyone was saying it was. I probably didn't catch all the references since I'm a 90's baby.

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    Kick-Ass - 3.5/10. Some parts were funny, but overall it was just cheese to the extreme.

    Casablanca - 8/10. I loved the whole feel of the movie. Bogart was incredible.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cody44 View Post
    Kick-Ass - 3.5/10. Some parts were funny, but overall it was just cheese to the extreme.
    Ouch. I saw it in theaters this past friday, and while it wasn't the masterpiece I was expecting, I still enjoyed it immensely. 7/10 from me.
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