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I saw Dr. No, It wasn't as good as the other James Bond movies though! I think Golderfinger was the best James Bond movie made.

I don't think I saw those.

I'm watching The Day After Tomorrow on tv right now.

I saw that one it was good.

ISn't that the one with will smith's son? And nice avatar AD

Correct

I saw The Vikings, it was a pretty good movie but old!

I never heard of that one.

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Wow, the amount of T & A in the trailer is something else pritaeas! Looks like a good one!

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I REALLY want to see this when it comes out.

It's something worth watching.

The Great Gatsby (1974)

I saw that film. I like it. The new version is not as bad I think (I haven't watch it yet)

Srpski film. Not for the faint of heart. Although it's a movie, you cannot unsee it...

I agree. It's not something worth to watch.

Just saw the new Star Trek movie. I thought it was really good.

I'm a Trekkie fan. I will defintely watch that once it comes out on DVD. I thought the first one (by JJ Abram) was not bad.

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Srpski film. Not for the faint of heart. Although it's a movie, you cannot unsee it...

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I agree. It's not something worth to watch.

I'm not sure if that's what he meant. I read the blurb and it sounds as though it's pretty harrowing.

I'm desperate for more Varg Veum or Vares movies. Still looking...

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I'm not sure if that's what he meant. I read the blurb and it sounds as though it's pretty harrowing.

The film itself is not good and you're right it's harrowing. I mean the closest thing to that I ever saw was called L'image
I saw that when I was in high school with couple of my friends. It was on VHS. There was subtitles but I don't quite understand the movie. The movie was very disturbing and disgusting if I remember. I don't remember it.

I wouldn't recommend this nor the other either.

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Black's Game (Icelandic). Story about drugs gang in Reykjavik. Pretty good - better than I was expecting. The chief baddie (Damon Younger) is really horrible. I think the director had a funny turn towards the end as he employs a split screen, Dog knows why - but at least it's only for a few seconds. 7/10

Parker (Jason Statham) - great - but like all his films, either he's a 'good bad guy' or a cop. I'd like to see him do a comedy à la The Pacifier, or perhaps a song-and-dance effort like Jackman. The most amazing bit for me was his accent. It's always been well-dodgy but he carries off a Texas drawl quite well - I was surprised. I bet Texans would disagree though. 8/10

Iron Man 3 in the cinema with the kids - loved it. Take your brain out - BUT - it did have quite a bit going for it plot-wise with regard to a few threads coming together nicely. 7.5/10

About to watch IP Man (Chinese).

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I just got my Varg Veum trilogy DVD from Amazon. Yipee! BUT won't play on my laptop. Grrr. Have to wait for the kids go to bed before I can watch it - sex scenes are pretty graphic. Strange that for the Scandinavians :)

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Parker (Jason Statham) - great - but like all his films, either he's a 'good bad guy' or a cop. I'd like to see him do a comedy à la The Pacifier, or perhaps a song-and-dance effort like Jackman. The most amazing bit for me was his accent. It's always been well-dodgy but he carries off a Texas drawl quite well - I was surprised. I bet Texans would disagree though. 8/10

I heard of the movie I haven't watch it yet. Might see that.

The Great Gatsby (2013)

Might see that too.

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Catch.44 -- terrible movie, I slept though half of it. I'll give it a rating of one star out of 4, and it only gets that one star because there were 11 dead people at the end.

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Assault on Wall Street - enjoyed it.

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I watched Pan's Labyrinth or 'El laberinto del fauno' if you prefer (again, for about the fifth time I think) last night. Guillermo del Toro at his absolute best, before he got too caught up in the whole Hollywood machine thing. You know a movie has achieved greatness when two twelve year old boys who usually prefer 'teen movie crapola' as a genre, and wouldn't touch a subtitled foreign language film with someone else's bargepole, sit captivated for the entire two hours.

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Yup Pan's Labyrinth is surely a classic, or at least will go down in history as one. I love they way it juxtaposes a fairytale with very dark undertones. One of those films you can watch as an adult or a child and still come away enjoying it. The scene with the guy with eyes in his hand still sends shivers down my spine.

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I haven't watch any movies lately. I just saw django unchained. It was awesome and funny. Christoph Waltz was funny.

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@happygeek, that is a great movie imo.

While it's not a movie, I just finished watching season 3 of Game of Thrones. I read the books before the shows came out and am still working on finishing the latest book: A Dance with Dragons. What a great show, it has been done very well as far as I'm concerned.

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I saw Parker with Jason Statham. It was OK.

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Watched an old movie called The Sting starring Robert Redford. Pretty awesome movie. Also watched an even older classic of Henry Fonda called My Darling Clementine

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