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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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So, I'm a slut. What are you, Bruno?

"But I'm A Cheerleader" is so funny. I think I've seen it like a lot of time already.

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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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Ivar & Yee = Sluts...

And yes Iv, Melora Walters is a fucking brilliant actress and a quite amazing painter. If you saw Boogie Nights, she's the porn star that marries Don Cheadle in the film.

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that's a cool first name , i had never heard it before ! i'd have to see that movie again , i saw it at 1am 2 or 3 years ago

John C. something from Magnolia , is in "boosgie nights " too btw no?

Bruno's the Slut King (aka PJ Bitch ).


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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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that's a cool first name , i had never heard it before ! i'd have to see that movie again , i saw it at 1am 2 or 3 years ago

John C. something from Magnolia , is in "boosgie nights " too btw no?

Bruno's the Slut King (aka PJ Bitch ).


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Wooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!

Yee...

Ivar... HELL YEAH!!!!!!!!!

John C. Reilly is in Boogie Nights, Magnolia and in Hard Eight, PT Anderson first film...

B.

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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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Just watched 'Electric Dreams'. I feel 80s today.

Posted on: 2005/3/17 17:44
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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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Haha, I just feel like 80...

I'm hoping to chill over the weekend with the Doctor Who special on BBC Television and also perhaps a few movies...

Posted on: 2005/3/17 17:47
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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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Heh.. you Doctor Who freak.

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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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i just watched again "The man with two brains " with Steve Martin ! aka doctor "Hufuhuurh" , like it's spelled .

great funny quotes !

Girl: Sounds like a subdural hematoma to me.
Dr. Michael Hfuhruhurr: Oh, it does, does it? Well, it's not your job to diagnose.
Girl: But I thought...
Dr. Michael Hfuhruhurr: You thought, you thought. Just go. Three years of nursery school and you think you know it all. Well, you're still wet behind the ears. It's not a subdural hematoma. It's *epidural*. Ha.

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Dolores: The Complete Poems of John Lillison, England's greatest one-armed poet.
Dr. Michael Hfuhruhurr: He wrote 'In Dillan's Grove' and 'Pointy Birds.' O pointy birds, o pointy pointy, anoint my head, anointy-nointy.

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Dolores: What are those assholes doing on the porch?
Dr. Michael Hfuhruhurr: Those aren't assholes. It's pronounced *azaleas*.

Dr. Michael Hfuhruhurr: Would you read that last bit back to me? I'm afraid it might make me sound pompous to your readers.
Journalist: 'My brilliant research in brain transplantation is unsurpassed, and will probably make my name live beyond eternity'.

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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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I watched Passion of the Christ today. The crucifixion scene was good, but the whippings and the carrying the cross dragged on for way too long. This is a very slow movie. Dont get to see much of Jesus either as a person, just as a whipping doll. But it does have some good cinematography and powerful scenes, though the narrative was flawed.

I didnt mind the violence as much as I thought I would. Then again, it looked very fake. Anyone whipped like they show in the film would look a lot worse and probably would have died.

Kinda funny too how all these conservatives watched and liked the movie and yet understand nothing. I mean, Jesus says that after he dies, he just wants people to love each other. And yet they walk out of the theater and persecute gays. The film shows how violent and cruel man can be, how terrible killing is, how "sinful" it is, and yet they walk out of the theater supporting the death penalty and wanting to kill "terrorists". What total, complete hypocracy.

Oh, and the languages were cool. The Latin was wrong because they pronounced it like Church Latin, which isnt how it would have been spoken at the time, but it was still nice to have a movie in Hewbrew, Aramaic, and Latin. They didnt subtitle a lot though.

And the movie way overuses slow motion. Oi.

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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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I mean, Jesus says that after he dies, he just wants people to love each other. And yet they walk out of the theater and persecute gays. The film shows how violent and cruel man can be, how terrible killing is, how "sinful" it is, and yet they walk out of the theater supporting the death penalty and wanting to kill "terrorists". What total, complete hypocracy.

I haven't seen that movie, but I agree with you here.

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I haven't seen that movie, but I agree with you here.


Although it has a few good scenes, I wouldnt really recommend the movie. Lord of the Rings is much better even for Christian religious purposes.

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If you saw the new release of the movie, Cassander, you're seeing an edited version with a lot of the violence removed.

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Although it has a few good scenes, I wouldnt really recommend the movie. Lord of the Rings is much better even for Christian religious purposes.


But isn't your point that the movie on the screen and the actions of the christians who watch it don't jive? In which case the movie on the screen doesn't matter.

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I watched Passion of the Christ today. The crucifixion scene was good, but the whippings and the carrying the cross dragged on for way too long. This is a very slow movie. Dont get to see much of Jesus either as a person, just as a whipping doll. But it does have some good cinematography and powerful scenes, though the narrative was flawed.

It's difficult to translate the Bible which has numerous levels of meaning and therefore highly interpretable.

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Kinda funny too how all these conservatives watched and liked the movie and yet understand nothing. I mean, Jesus says that after he dies, he just wants people to love each other. And yet they walk out of the theater and persecute gays. The film shows how violent and cruel man can be, how terrible killing is, how "sinful" it is, and yet they walk out of the theater supporting the death penalty and wanting to kill "terrorists". What total, complete hypocracy.

Jesus didn't simply want people to love each other, that's simplistic...

John 14:27, Jesus said: “Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.”

Matthew 10:34: “Do not think that I came to bring peace on earth. I did not come to bring peace but a sword.”

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Oh, and the languages were cool. The Latin was wrong because they pronounced it like Church Latin, which isnt how it would have been spoken at the time, but it was still nice to have a movie in Hewbrew, Aramaic, and Latin. They didnt subtitle a lot though.

http://www.christusrex.org/www1/pater/JPN-aramaic.html

http://www.healthark.com/imedia/jesind8.htm

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And the movie way overuses slow motion. Oi.

Slow Motion simpy conveys gravitas

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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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i havent seen it yet. i want to though.
i dont believe in god, so i really dont know about that aspect of it. but i think Jesus was a very interesting man, so id like to see it.
i really liked the temptation of christ, too.
but when you go back to watch it, man, is that music WAY off for that film. its like peter gabriel, and it RUINS it. but anyways.

last night, i watched Empire Records. it was on tv, and its sort of funny, though totally cheesy.

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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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Empire Records was an awesome film. The soundtrack too... too good!

Posted on: 2005/3/19 4:57
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like u

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lasst night : Waking The Dead...

I just love that movie somehow. Ther are some great conversations. I keeps touching me/

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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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If you saw the new release of the movie, Cassander, you're seeing an edited version with a lot of the violence removed.


I watched it on DVD, yes. You have a link for info about it being edited?

I mean, it was pretty brutal and violent (still rated R), but the blood and stuff just looked fake.

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Although it has a few good scenes, I wouldnt really recommend the movie. Lord of the Rings is much better even for Christian religious purposes.


But isn't your point that the movie on the screen and the actions of the christians who watch it don't jive? In which case the movie on the screen doesn't matter.


I made multiple points. One is like you say here. Another is that it didnt convey the message of the gospels very well, nor much about Christ.

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Jesus didn't simply want people to love each other, that's simplistic...

John 14:27, Jesus said: “Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.”

Matthew 10:34: “Do not think that I came to bring peace on earth. I did not come to bring peace but a sword.”


Jesus, according to the gospels, did want people to love each other. He said to love not only your brother but your enemy. He said when someone hits you on one cheek, to turn your other. Yes, the Bible contradicts itself all the time, but if you look at the "red text" (what Jesus is to have said), then you get something that is pretty consistantly radical and pacifistic. Being unafraid doesnt mean you kill someone... it means you are not afraid of them. Actually, attacking someone in defense usually signifies you are afraid.


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Slow Motion simpy conveys gravitas


And slow motion overused conveys nothing but slowness. All the power is drained out of it cause it is used so often.

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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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I saw Air Force One again. This is a true American propaganda for those who like that. (I don't, but I like the action )

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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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Spiderman 2.

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Re: What movies have you watched recently?
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Spiderman 2.


I'm not into comic books or comic book movies, but I thought Spiderman 2 was actually pretty good. What didn't you like about it?

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Robin hates spiders of any kind.

Me, I watched Bone Collector.

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That's not true. I like spiders. What I hate is worms.

I just thought it was stupid. I'm ok with it being comic-booky, since it's a comic book, but the dialogue and the story just seemed extra dumb to me. And there didn't seem to be any improvement in the graphics. It still looked very fake. At the end she said, "Go get 'em, Tiger." I mean, c'mon! Tiger? Barf.

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That's my dirty name

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Barf is your dirty name? Weird. But you know, whatever floats your boat.





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HA! SM2 has Kirsten Dunst, which gives it 100 points in my book.

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Well, the fist one did too. And there was that upside down kiss in the rain. There was nothing that good in the second. Just, "Tiger."

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RRRRRrrrr!

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go get 'em

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Yes ma'am!

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I thought the villian in the second one was much better than the villian in the first. And I like the unconventional resolution too where its not just another good guy defeats bad guy. Doc Oc was an interesting character, I thought.

I thought the movie was trying to be a serious, artistic-type movie. It didnt exactly succeed, but the effort made it a better movie. My intelligence didn't feel insulted by watching it, unlike with something like, say, Shrek 2 or Troy.

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Rumours are flying about the villain in SM3...

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"Brother Bear" by Walt Disney

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"Brother Bear" by Walt Disney


Is it any good? Some furries I know, especially bears, really liked it, but the critics, I recall, panned it.

Last movie I watched was Field of Dreams on DVD. My wife had never seen it. Good movie, as always. Of course, since my wife was raised with niether baseball nor a father, she had trouble connect to it and understanding it.

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I zapped through all the channels and got stuck there. Well, nothing really special, but it was okay for a while

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I hate such holidays like Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday because there are only movies, movies, movies on tv. Well, at least I saw yesterday a bad football game (Germany vs. Slovenia) and a very good second half of another football game (England vs. Northern Ireland). I really always liked British football, and it was definitely a good watch!

But maybe I'll watch tomorrow evening The Wizard of Oz with Judy Garland a bit. Maybe.

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If you look at the other films and TV shows that Sam Raimi has written, directed, or produced, the Spider Man series is a joke. I'm thinking he's just doing the series for money.

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Of course Tim, Sam Raimi is such an inteligent guy. He knows he's making tons of money with this Spiderman shit and he'll make 5 awesome films after those SM ones. Just like Evil Dead or A Simple Plan.

Woooo!

B.

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