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L O L HaHaHa.

You posted in my inbox that you was going to write the same thing that I said but I beat you to it. This was your reason for giving me a star.
So post what you was going to write is what I'm saying.

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh..... Smilie

Basically, just the deal with the resemblance to the Matrix, in how when in the Matrix, when you die, you die in real life, which I think is a bit crap. Inception, however, plays it off nice in familiarizing you with things that you've experienced, that being a dream. Like I said, you took the words right out of my mouth.

It's basically things that everyone experiences, but no one talks about, ever. This movie was great because it gave everyone a sense of involvement, in a way. Everyone was on board with the mission by the time the final decisions had to be made.

The more I talk about this movie, the more I miss it and the more I really want to see it again so that I can really, REALLY get everything.

That's not to say that you don't get everything out of it in the first watch, for all you people who haven't seen it and are wondering. Go see it, NOW.


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Yeah definitely I agree, I used to talk to about dreams with my ex-girfriend, I told her that when I was younger I had a dream that I really needed to go toilet, I searched for the whole duration. When I finally got to pee I was relieved but was in the dream thinking something wasn't right. Then I woke up...

Same truth for when men have sex in dreams you wake up and then... semen Smilie .... Smilie

I really want to watch this film again, I'm starting to miss it too. Good write-up Keven starred.

Simes said:
I really want to watch this film again, I'm starting to miss it too. Good write-up Keven starred.

Ah thanks. Smilie

I think it's safe to say that we've all had our dream.... errrr.... experiences! Smilie


The former top user was Keven! You'd probably give birth to yourself 1000 times over until you sprout wings to fly away into the fading sun, that or you'd just turn into a lesbian. Who knows @_@ - L, 12/06/09

Toy Story 3 - 10/10

I couldn't pick any faults with it at all. I thought it was better than Toy Story 2, but still arguably better than Toy Story. Just fantastic though, overall.

Really funny moments, sad moments, charming moments, emotional moments. It had it all really and it was done well.

This was the first time I've watched a 3D film, as well. I have to say, I was impressed! (surprisingly). I've been very sceptical about 3D and have refused to watch anything in 3D, simply because I was worried it would ruin it. It didn't detract anything away from the film though and it just felt right.

It's definitely altered my perspective on 3D and I would like to see more films in the future, with it.

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button - 10/10

Absolutely fantastic and one of the best films I've ever seen. An emotional ride, with a charming story and overall just brilliant.

( Edited 30.07.2010 18:48 by Marzy )

I still need to see Toy Story 3, not sure whether to see it in 2D or 3D because my mate said it felt tacked on.

( Edited 01.08.2010 07:02 by Simes )

Simes said:
I still need to see Toy Story 3, not sure whether to see it in 2D or 3D because my mate said it felt tacked on.

If you ask me it doesn't really add or subtract to the experience. It doesn't really do anything special with the film, but it never gets in the way either.

I really want to see TS3 again. One of the best films I've seen for years.

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Grown Ups - 8.5/10

Very funny. they only part that subtracts to it is the stupid ending at the BasketBall game


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Inception - 9/10
Visually it was very impressive and had some really good and complex ideas going on. The scripting was a bit off at times and the ending was very predictable, but I got sucked in none the less.

A-Team 10/10
It was fucking incredible. Plenty of action and stuff that I haven't seen before. Scripting and casting was brilliant and hilarious. Want to see it again, it rocked my socks off, and then back on again.

Echoes221 said:
A-Team 10/10
It was fucking incredible. Plenty of action and stuff that I haven't seen before. Scripting and casting was brilliant and hilarious. Want to see it again, it rocked my socks off, and then back on again.

BLASPHEMY. An A-Team movie without Mr. T is no A-Team movie to me!

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I heard it was supposed to be a bit shit Smilie I'm not sure whether I want to go see it or not...

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The Karate Kung-Fu Kid - 9/10
If you ignore the title, the movie is actually pretty good. Jackie Chan plays a great part, as always and I love his little "fight scene" it is hilarious how he makes the kids beat the crap out of each other. Smilie

It has some funny parts, emotional parts, and basically everything a Karate Kung-Fu/Comedy movie needs. It wasn't as good as the original but, in it's own way, it was a truly great film, imo. Smilie

The A-Team - 7/10
Alright film, never could beat the original series. Mr. T made The A-Team... without him it's kinda crappy. However, I did enjoy majority of the film. I thought the guy who played Murdoch was great. 2 hours did seem a little long, as it started to drag towards the end. But yeah, decent-ish, wouldn't really recommend it though.



( Edited 02.08.2010 11:45 by Mush123 )

Mush123 said:

The A-Team - 7/10
Alright film, never could beat the original series. Mr. T made The A-Team... without him it's kinda crappy. However, I did enjoy majority of the film. I thought the guy who played Murdoch was great. 2 hours did seem a little long, as it started to drag towards the end. But yeah, decent-ish, wouldn't really recommend it though.




I thought it could of done with another hour of awesomeness! I loved it >.< The guy who played murdoch was also the main character in District 9, He plays a good crazy guy! Also, when Liam Neeson is in a film, you know shit is about to go down.
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( Edited 03.08.2010 23:29 by Echoes221 )

Echoes221 said: Also, when Liam Neeson is in a film, you know shit is about to go down.

Exactly! Have you seen Taken? It would take someone from the north of Ireland to take on a whole Albanian gang single handedly. Maybe we should get him after those C3 hackers!

( Edited 04.08.2010 01:27 by Angus )

Echoes221 said:
Also, when Liam Neeson is in a film, you know shit is about to go down.

Oh shizz, how did I forget to mention the awesomeness which is Liam Neeson? Smilie He also did a good job of getting Hannibal's character right. I may have to watch this film again, I was getting pretty agitated near the end... the seats we had were bloody awful, plus I really needed a piss.

When my brother gets this on DVD (there's a high chance he will, since he has OVER 9000 DVDS) I'll have to give it another chance.

( Edited 04.08.2010 01:40 by Mush123 )

Toy Story 3 it was goood

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saunderscowie said:
Toy Story 3 it was goood

Short and sweet.

I've been meaning to see Toy Story 3. just never got around to it


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um lets seem I seen the new nightmare on elem street movie which was so so there nothing like the old night mare on elm street movies remakes suck somes I also iron man 2 which I loved loved then I saw the air bender movie which sucked big time I enjoyed the cartoon better they really screwed with that movie last week I saw salt it was pretty good I just movies where things blow up and yes I am female and yes I hate chick movies the same thing with my games I love horror games n horror movies and back to the nightmare on elem street movies I didn't relly like the remake of the nightmare on elem street but love old school nightmare movies I was born in 1976 so I grow up watching the the classic nightmare on elm streets movies which are the best the remake can't hold a caddle to theese ok bye maia jones

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: 10/10 I get the feeling a gaming community will love this movie, I wont give anything away but there are some nintendo references, including one at the very beginning. It's hilarious, and the action/storyline reminded me severely of a PG-13 No More Heroes. A must-see for anyone ~<25

The Expendables: 3/10 Horrible movie, do not go see it. The only thing redeeming about it is some of the action scenes are pretty good, but quite a few of them are over the top ridiculous. The writing is absolute shit, so is the character development, and the storyline's pretty generic. The only way this could have been worse is if they included David Hasslehoff.

Looking for something funny or compelling to put here.

Saw Inception a few weeks ago, it was a good film but I was nearly asleep in the back of the cinema because it was waay too long. The effects were amazing, the srory was a little confusiong and had a good cliffhanger ending. I would give this 7/10.

Also a few weeks ago I saw Shutter Island. Not as creepy or scary as I thought it would have been but still a good mystery film. Dicaprio just put on some of his best acting in these two movies. 7/10



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Piranha 3D 8/10
Suprisingly good film, its tongue is fimly in cheek but never strays into parody. This years dose of awesome (Zombieland was last years). And it has Christopher Lloyd in Doc Brown mode. And an awesome cameo


Whilst the 3D is gimmicky, with all stuff flying towards you, how else would they do it in a film like this?

So for a dose of just ridiculous fun, watch it. It is a bit gruesome though...but it does have 3D boobs

The Last Airbender 4/10
Ugh

Vampires Suck -∞/10
Ugh. Had to stop watching it5. Terrible. Why do these people keep getting money to make films?

( Edited 20.08.2010 00:43 by Lrrr )

Scott Pilgrim v. The World: 7/10

Inception: 9/10

The Negotiator: 6/10

The Inside Man: 6/10

Toy Story 3 - 10/10 I absolutely loved it. How Pixar can just keep making quality animated movies amazes me, seriously.

( Edited 20.08.2010 02:16 by mOojc )

Ponyo
Watched it two or three times recently! So good and looks great on blu ray. I hope more Ghibli films come out.

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Cereal Killer said:
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: 10/10 I get the feeling a gaming community will love this movie, I wont give anything away but there are some nintendo references, including one at the very beginning. It's hilarious, and the action/storyline reminded me severely of a PG-13 No More Heroes. A must-see for anyone ~<25

THIS.
The Universal theme in 8-bit sounds beautiful. As soon as I saw the DS and heard Zelda music I was like "FUCK YES, ZELDA REFERENCE". Then there was some Zelda music in that one dream sequence, epicz. Then there was the band, Sex Bob-omb... omg, it just gets better and better. Edgar Wright was definitely the Wright guy to direct this movie. (Lol bad pun)

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