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    Quote Originally Posted by orangejello View Post
    This afternoon I watched this older documentary, Koyaanisqatsi: Life Out of Balance. I wasn't sure what to expect based on the description on the dvd cover. It was fascinating. Well worth a watch.
    A very interesting documentary. If you haven't seen Baraka OJ and you liked Koyaanisqatsi, check it out.


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    I saw Defiance recently. Difficult to watch at times, but very moving. Definitely worth watching.
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    Saw Taken with liam neeson fri. Pretty good. Alot of action.

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    I'm recuperating, and had time to watch on cable Bridge to Terabithia. Jesus, I didn't see that coming - it was such a light-hearted movie through most of it. I actually cried a bit because of some memories it brought back for me after what happens to Leslie. A great movie until then, then it knocks your emotions back some - if you've seen it, you know. I don't want to spoil the movie for those who haven't seen it. My gf says the book was even sadder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rdf View Post
    I'm recuperating, and had time to watch on cable Bridge to Terabithia. Jesus, I didn't see that coming - it was such a light-hearted movie through most of it. I actually cried a bit because of some memories it brought back for me after what happens to Leslie. A great movie until then, then it knocks your emotions back some - if you've seen it, you know. I don't want to spoil the movie for those who haven't seen it. My gf says the book was even sadder.
    I think I need to see Bridge to Terabithia now.

    One of the worst acted, written movies of all time IMHO was on last night late so of course I watched it. Starship Troopers. Just terrible acting and dialogue, so bad. TWO THUMBS WAY UP! LOL Somehow it just works. I will have to admit it's a guilty pleasure. Anyone else love any movies they know they shouldn't but can't help it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalie_A View Post
    I think I need to see Bridge to Terabithia now.

    One of the worst acted, written movies of all time IMHO was on last night late so of course I watched it. Starship Troopers. Just terrible acting and dialogue, so bad. TWO THUMBS WAY UP! LOL Somehow it just works. I will have to admit it's a guilty pleasure. Anyone else love any movies they know they shouldn't but can't help it.
    Hey Nat, I loved Starship Troopers. B movie to the max, but done with an A movie attitude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalie_A View Post
    I think I need to see Bridge to Terabithia now.

    One of the worst acted, written movies of all time IMHO was on last night late so of course I watched it. Starship Troopers. Just terrible acting and dialogue, so bad. TWO THUMBS WAY UP! LOL Somehow it just works. I will have to admit it's a guilty pleasure. Anyone else love any movies they know they shouldn't but can't help it.
    Bridge to Terabithia is a children's movie, Nat...but I enjoyed it, except for the sad part.

    I saw No Country For Old Men today. It depressed the hell out of me for some reason, heh.
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    La Moustache

    French flick with subtitles about a man who pretty much loses it after he shaves his facial hair. Not sure why I continued to watch, but I did because I was intrigued to a point.

    I'll just say if you're a guy with facial hair, leave it because a) it's hawt and b) you don't want to go the way of the lead in La Moustache --

    or perhaps you do.

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    My brother came over to my home last day Wednesday and we watched Slumdog Millionaire. It is my understanding that the people of India are not too thrilled about releases or publicity that this movie is garnering. I wasn't really shocked by the film, because I was already aware of the poverty and the exploitation of children. I don't want to spoil the movie for others, so I will stop here.
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