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Old 2008-07-18, 22:19
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Old 2008-07-18, 22:25
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i havent been to the movies in a really long time, but i really wanna see wall-e
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Old 2008-07-18, 23:39
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Old 2008-07-19, 00:25
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i havent been to the movies in a really long time, but i really wanna see wall-e
Great movie to go see in the cinema. Seriously, there isn't any good quality copy out yet, and it's one hell of a movie. Worth every cent.
Wish I had seen the thing for real the first time. The crappy quality just doesn't show the effort that has been put into the graphics.
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Old 2008-07-19, 19:32
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Futurama: The Beast With a Billion Backs - Fun, Funny and with lots of imagination, but the plot isnt nearly so nice as Benders Big Scores, and seems more like a few eppisodes mixed together.
Interestingly it seems like the end of each film goes into the next.
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Old 2008-07-19, 23:01
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According to Wikipedia, all 4 Futurama movies are considered "season 5", and each movie is split into 4 episodes that will be aired on TV.
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Old 2008-07-20, 10:39
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Indeed, but the first film was very clearly one film.
This was more like a few seperate plotlines.

They are being made as movies, and broken down to eppisodes later. (allthough apperently the eppisodes get a few more random scenes in some cases).

Actualy, technicaly speaking, the dvd movies might be Season6.
Futurama had fucked up production codes, S4 (dvd) was both S4(tv) and S5(tv) according to FOX.
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Old 2008-07-20, 11:54
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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Didn't get to see much movies lately but must say this was a very lucky shot.
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Old 2008-07-24, 22:44
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Wall-E.

I entered the cinema against my will, it was just the only one movie at that hour. But when the flick started...it's magic man, it's brilliant, it's beautiful!!

I couldn't believe my eyes, one of the most impressive 3D films I've ever seen Spoiler:
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It has critics to society, it has charm. Wall-E is probably the best Pixar film ever.

Yeah baby, it's THAT good. Watch it, now!!

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Old 2008-07-24, 23:22
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I've watched Wall-E, it's very nice!

Just watched Snakes on a Plane - Oh my gosh that was heartwarming. What a lovely, cute little movie! (sorry, better sarcasm next time)
IMDb should have put in this one's page "Plot: (see title)"

The credits were filled with songs and video clips, only it wasn't pretending to be something insightful, all the songs were written exactly about the plot of the movie, which is not much It was like "snakes on a plane, la la la" x100 variations. And the music video clip was the same. Also the title wasn't pretending to be insightful, as one might have noticed. Awesomeness.

Anyway it's actually a pretty good action thriller.
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Old 2008-07-25, 00:18
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Great movie to go see in the cinema. Seriously, there isn't any good quality copy out yet, and it's one hell of a movie. Worth every cent.
Wish I had seen the thing for real the first time. The crappy quality just doesn't show the effort that has been put into the graphics.
i have seen it! i think it's incredible. a wonderful film and the animation is amazing!
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Yes, I ended up watching Wall-E instead of Mamma Mia the other day (Mamma Mia was sold out, to the great distress of my sister), but Wall-E was very very amazing!
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Old 2008-07-25, 00:42
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Little Miss Sunshine
It was cute and all, but not as amazing as some people made me think it'll be.

X2: X-Men United
Watched it again after like 2 years, definitely one of the best comic movies.

Vantage Point
Quite interesting, seeing the same few minutes from the eyes of different people.

2 Days in Paris
You should enjoy this if you liked Before Sunrise and Before Sunset, although it's not as good. There should be more movies of that type out there, don't know even how to call it.

Wanted
Nice action, nothing special, keeps thinking it's Fight Club or something.

You Don't Mess with the Zohan
Went to see it in the cinema because of a friend, I should've known Adam Sandler won't be able to make something actually funny for once. And his accent was French, not Israeli.

The Dark Knight
A good movie but highly overrated. All this #1 on IMDb and 6 stars (out of 5) in this magazine I read the other day and people going "BEST MOVIE EVER!!!"....nah, doesn't deserve it. Still great though. Can't say what was wrong with it, just didn't give me that OMGWTFBBQ feeling, y'know?
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Old 2008-07-25, 00:45
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The Dark Knight
A good movie but highly overrated. All this #1 on IMDb and 6 stars (out of 5) in this magazine I read the other day and people going "BEST MOVIE EVER!!!"....nah, doesn't deserve it. Still great though. Can't say what was wrong with it, just didn't give me that OMGWTFBBQ feeling, y'know?
But all in all...Better or worse than "Batman Begins"??
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Old 2008-07-25, 00:48
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Yeah it was better.
Begins was good but had crappy villains.
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Old 2008-07-25, 01:17
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Marvelous. Although I doubt it deserves to be #1 on imdb, it's a very good movie.
Batman Begins was a major "meh", but this movie is quite good. It's over 2.5 hours long but very well paced, the story is also gradually developed.
The only thing that really sucked is Christian Bale's "acting" performance.
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Old 2008-07-25, 01:22
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The only thing that really sucked is Christian Bale's "acting" performance.
I usually like Christian Bale's work, but it was pretty silly towards the end of the film when he was Batman and said a relatively long sentence, it was too difficult for him to say more than two words at a time with his "scary voice".
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The Dark Knight - Best movie ever, Heath Ledger's performance was really amazing, his joker character unpredictable. I think Bale is the best Batman so far, although his voice is a bit annoying at first. Batman begins is one of my favourite movies ever, but this outdid it in every area. Definitely deserves its current ranking on imdb. 100/10.

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Old 2008-07-25, 13:54
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Hancock

Not a terrible movie, but one of those I felt like had a lot of potential they didn't quite manage to do the best with. The idea of a drunken superhero was new, but if you've seen the trailer then you've not only seen the best scenes from the movie, you've seen ALL of the good scenes from the movie. And it quickly progressed into a fairly cliche superhero movie with nothing fantastic going for it. The "twist" was predictable as well. Despite all this, I wouldn't say it was a terrible movie, and it's worth watching.

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Old 2008-07-25, 22:42
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I'll see The Dark Knight in one hour and a half!!

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Old 2008-07-26, 08:58
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The Dark Knight

Definitely the very best superheroe movie I've ever seen. It worth the wait, it worth the ticket price. SOOOO good.

The sequel that surpassed the original. I'm so sad Heat Ledger is dead. He did his best portraying "The Joker", jolly god! He has stolen the screen to Batman, I loved every part of it.

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The "Magic Trick" monologue is brilliant.
And Joker's catch phrase "Why so serious?" and its story were so much fun, and great, and enjoyable, and awesome, and I liked the movie if you didn't know that xD


What more can I say? You said it all already.

Just a thing: It's a superhero film but Batman is NOT a hero...he's more than that. Don't understand it? See this great movie! NOW!
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Old 2008-07-26, 23:01
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Watched TDK again in I-Max, I enjoyed it more this time and not because of the better image/sound, there was something else, I dunno.

Anyway, awesome etc.
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