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    I reopened the Thread because it was a good thread untill it went off base.

    As a warning as said before topics in poor taste will not be tolerated here.

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    Oooh, look at Martin trying to make all these important suggestions... what, that big post count gone to your head?


    I am completely and totally kidding with you... I would suggest the same thing...

    and let's here some more movies. Some of these suggestions are forcing me to look for the movies in my collection, and if they aren't there, I will be making some vendor a little richer...
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    I saw Hitch and Constantine recently, both of which I expected to be rubbish. They were pretty good fun though.

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    I cleaned it up alittle.

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    *shakes head, walks back out*
    You can talk about "that" here

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    a while back i went with my mates to see The Sum of All Fears and it was the worst film ive ever seen.
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    Yeah, the Sum of All Fears was painful... so bad.


    I did however like Constantine and was dragged to see Hitch by the g/f... Wasn't as bad as I thought it would be though...
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    Originally posted by F_A_L_C_O_N
    BTW you want good chick movie :

    White Oleander

    I like it and every girl I ever showed it to loves it
    I was a little dissapointed in it, after reading the book first. I should stop doing that, and read the book afterwards. I might enjoy the movie more.
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    Meh, I hardly ever read the book. Never read a Harry Potter book, but, despite the razzing I will probably get, I liked the movies. I probably shouldn't read the books now, as I already have a preset idea in my head of how every character should be...


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    Originally posted by greenfreak
    I was a little dissapointed in it, after reading the book first. I should stop doing that, and read the book afterwards. I might enjoy the movie more.
    Yep thats always a bad idea
    Lord of the Rings part 1 made it to my fav list, however after reading the book, especially first part of the movie where they have to escape wraths hunting them in the forest, comes nowhere close to the atmosphere the book is able to create. Kudos to Tolkien.

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    Originally posted by woodman19_99
    and was dragged to see Hitch by the g/f... Wasn't as bad as I thought it would be though...
    you know i hate to say it but if the movie has will smith in it, its probably not horrible. I thought for sure i Robot would be dreadful but it really wasnt bad

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    Originally posted by krupted
    you know i hate to say it but if the movie has will smith in it, its probably not horrible. I thought for sure i Robot would be dreadful but it really wasnt bad
    and thats another film to ad to my list i Robot, great film.
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    Originally posted by krupted
    you know i hate to say it but if the movie has will smith in it, its probably not horrible
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    I never saw i Robot. For some reason, it just didn't look all that good. But maybe I will have to check it out...
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    It was playing on a my last flight to the UK and I STILL didn't see it. That's how not good it looked.

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