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|26th August 2004, 12:05 PM||#1291 (permalink)|
Wherever I Am, I'm There
Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: Greater London
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I saw Garfield -- it's strange that since the newspaper cartoons and the books are quite adult, they went all out to make this a kids film. I would place it in the 'Cats and Dogs' category of movies.
I've also seen Big Fish -- it's a Tim Burton film -- I hardly need to say more -- I'm still not sure that I could tell you which story was true, which was made up, and which was just highly exagerated.
|9th September 2004, 10:02 PM||#1302 (permalink)|
It goes on.....
Join Date: Apr 2001
I watched Girl Next Door and was not impressed. I think the audience was laughing at all the wrong moments
The most recent thing i saw was The Terminal. Not quite what i expected but still a nice, sweet little feel good movie with a touch of humour.
|10th September 2004, 10:47 AM||#1303 (permalink)|
Keeper of the Gate
Join Date: May 2002
Laws of Attraction with Julianne Moore and Pierce Brosnan...overall, it was boring but nevertheless I had a good laugh when my friend mentioned that Brosnan looked very much like one of our professors. He even combed his hair with his hand in exactly the same way as our professor.
I'd rather see Michael Sheen (who played a rockstar with some serious issues) as Lucian (in Underworld) than as the wacko rockstar.
|10th September 2004, 06:37 PM||#1304 (permalink)|
I'm back! Be afraid...
Join Date: Apr 2001
Saw the Terminal this week, loved it, Tom Hanks was fab, only problem was it was quite long but there was alot of humourous moments to pack in. I love Tom Hanks he definitely made the film what it is, as usual. Worth watching if you're over 18 (my little sister got bored, not enough action for her )
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