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I JUST SAW SOME GREAT MOVIES THIS MONTH:

HOTEL RWANDA
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NOWHERE IN AFRICA
LORD OF THE WAR
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This month I've seen at the cinema:

Goodnight, and Good Luck - good, but not vital to see at a cinema.
Syriana: Excellent, a good political film. Matt Damon
Capote: Phillip Seymore Hoffman is incredible. My favourite this month by a loooong way.

Tonight I'm going to see TransAmerica: Looking forward to it!
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Also off to see V for Vendetta: Natalie Portman
Not expecting it to be good.
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This month I've seen at the cinema:

Goodnight, and Good Luck - good, but not vital to see at a cinema.
Syriana: Excellent, a good political film. Matt Damon
Capote: Phillip Seymore Hoffman is incredible. My favourite this month by a loooong way.

Tonight I'm going to see TransAmerica: Looking forward to it!
Capote is an odd film. It's very very good, don't get me wrong, and PSH is absolutely AMAZING...but somehow there was something about it that didn't quite work...

Brokeback Mountain was excellent but Broken Flowers was the best film I'd seen in aaaaaaaaages.

V For Vendetta is disappointing compared with the book but no where as bad as the critics say.

I'm looking forward to seeing TransAmerica!

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Ooooh I liked Lord of War too

Ummm, won't suggest films that are coming out in the cinema cos well I haven't been to the cinema since Xmas time

But some of the films I love:

Dogville - it's a weird film, long, quite slow moving, a bit complicated in places, depressing, sad and yet I love it. Nicole Kidman is really good in this film as well.

The Aviator - I just like this film, v entertaining plus it harks back to the golden age of Hollywood with all the genius actors being prtrayed in it like Katherine Hepburn, Ava Gardner etc

Bright Young Things - it's directed by Stephen Fry, that's all you need to know in order to love it

Anything with Jack Nicholson in He always makes even a crap film great

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i thought that lord of war would be really good but it was ok...nothin great
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i'd watch some ol time classics like.....when i was 14 i was watchin ol flicks like...

what a wonderful life.

how green was my valley

mr smith goes to washington..

somethin bout ol black and white movies
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still havent seen casablanca though...

saw half of citizen kane....

Vertigo was damn good

so was Rear Window....any hithcock fans?

i took a film class last year so ended up watchin movies at lectures...

we also had a horror class...
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