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Flyboys(Tony Bill 2006)-4/5
Casino Royale
(Martin Campbell 2006)-this Bond was better than the last 4 and well made I liked it.Still a little Fictional but it's Bond,James Bond 4.5/5
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Night Watch - ultimately a daft horror/fantasy outing, but lovingly executed, and on a 'sub-Hollywood' budget too. Has enough little kinks and twists in the mix to keep it mainly intriguing-enough throughout. The playstation bits and the afterburn bus were firmly in the 'daft' category tho . Might go somewhere interesting in the trilogy as a whole, but more likely to be a Matrix burn-out all told.
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Golg, i thought Day Watch was a pretty good follow up with some even nicer touches and interesting-ish plot though hadn't seen Night Watch for ages so some of it was a little hazy. I'm intrigued about Dusk Watch so atm thinking it's gonna be a better trilogy than Matrix. Btw, think OG hates it.
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Babel (d. Alejandro González Iñárritu - 2006), B+

The Fountain (d. Darren Aronofsky - 2006), B+

Fox and his Friends (d. Rainer Werner Fassbinder - 1975), B+



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The Road to Guantanamo (2006 - Michael Winterbottom)

Everyone should se this one.
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They had temporarily escaped the factories, the warehouses, the slaughterhouses, the car washes - they'd be back in captivity the next day but
now they were out - they were wild with freedom. They weren't thinking about the slavery of poverty. Or the slavery of welfare and food stamps. The rest of us would be all right until the poor learned how to make atom bombs in their basements.



there's a frog in my snake oil
Originally Posted by Pyro Tramp
Btw, think OG hates it.
Heh, i don't think he does 'daft horror'

Originally Posted by Pidz
Everyone should se this one.
I've read about it - does that count?



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The Terminator (Cameron, 1984)

The Day the Earth Stood Still (Wise, 1951)
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Originally Posted by Golgot
Heh, i don't think he does 'daft horror'
I love daft horror, Dead & Breakfast being one of my favorite horror films in years. The Night Watch series is geektastic in its visuals, but man is the story so off the charts inconsistent that I just entirely lost interest throughout Day Watch.
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Originally Posted by Pyro Tramp
Golg, i thought Day Watch was a pretty good follow up with some even nicer touches and interesting-ish plot though hadn't seen Night Watch for ages so some of it was a little hazy. I'm intrigued about Dusk Watch so atm thinking it's gonna be a better trilogy than Matrix. Btw, think OG hates it.
sorry, better than the matrix thrilogy? just the first part of matrix blows anything night watch could ever hope to be...it had potential, but like OG said, the story is full of holes....



Trilogy as a whole, as in not let down by Revolutions- Watch hitting 8/10 on both over Matrix with 10/10 + 7/10 + 4/10. Plus I just really dug the whole style of the Watch films, didn't notice any gaping holes yet.



there's a frog in my snake oil
Originally Posted by OG-
I love daft horror, Dead & Breakfast being one of my favorite horror films in years.
Heh, whoops, yep. Shoulda remembered. (Still gotta watch that Italian undertaker-jobworths-his-way-through-zombies one you reco'd a while back btw. Sounded silly-serious, in a good way ).

Originally Posted by OG
The Night Watch series is geektastic in its visuals, but man is the story so off the charts inconsistent that I just entirely lost interest throughout Day Watch.
I did wonder if it was gonna unravel. Thought the lead guy helped gel the daftness with his flawed-striver character in Night tho.

Originally Posted by Pyro
Watch hitting 8/10 on both over Matrix with 10/10 + 7/10 + 4/10.
Oh lord - the computers have taken Pyro!

(So you liked Matrix 2 too then? Me too )



In Heaven Everything Is Fine
Love Crazy (1941)


Test Pilot (1938)


Kagemusha (1980)

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