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    bangkok express w/ nicholas cage............not his best but worth watching
    same w/ transporter 3. now righteous kill w/ al pacino, and robert de niro thats a [[[[good]]]] movie. oops i gave 3. my bad, lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by josh a View Post
    bangkok express w/ nicholas cage............not his best but worth watching
    same w/ transporter 3. now righteous kill w/ al pacino, and robert de niro thats a [[[[good]]]] movie. oops i gave 3. my bad, lol
    De niro is one of America's all time best actors. I first enjoyed his work in The Deer Hunter. And many movies after that.

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    Last movie I have seen is Marley and Me. Great show.

    Next is Gran Torino sometime this week.

    I go during the week as to many kids raise to much hell on the weekend anymore....lol

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    gran torrino looks killer. clint eastwood
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    Deer Hunter has always been my favorite movie. Now I watch Born 4th of July in TV.
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    gran torino was pretty good, for a Clint Eastwood movie- I normally sleep through his films. In the past week I saw Eagle Eye and Role Models on bootleg and they were allright. Eagle Eye was just about what I expected, and Paul Rudd was the best part of RM, as he's just about the best part of every movie he's in.
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    Traitor

    Don Cheadle is one of my fav actors.

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    Last movies seen:

    Let Sleeping Dogs - Hmmmm ... conflicted for reasons obvious within the first five minutes; a flick all about conflict, both internal and external as well as truth and just where the line is and isn't for telling the absolute truth to those to whom we are closest;

    Blame It on Fidel - French language movie w/English subtitles; absolutely, totally worth viewing;

    Good Morning Heartache - Italian language movie w/English subtitles; totally worth viewing;

    Hard Candy - Bring your brass balls; movie about a child sexual pedator and not what you'd expect; worth it.

    I've seen a few others recently, but think I've written enough.

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    Traitor

    Don Cheadle is one of my fav actors.
    I love Don Cheadle to. How was Traitor?
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    Bedtime stories, yes man.

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