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Ring 2   9/01/05
by Darth Stujitzu
For new comers to the " Ring " films, this is the sequel to the remake of the original Japanese horror film involving a cursed video-tape and it's deadly outcome to all who view it.

Ong Bak   8/23/05
by Darth Stujitzu
Tony Jaa is indeed a very talented martial artist, Muay Thai is more direct and brutal form of martial art, compared to recent years more baletic performances in films such as Crouching Tiger..., Hero, and House of Flying Daggers.

Schindler's List   8/09/05
by Darth Stujitzu
Based on the true life story of Oskar Schindler, a war profiteer and member of the Nazi party who saved the lives of more than 1,100 Jews during the Holocaust. A very thought provoking film, that is surely up with the best of Spielberg's work and deserves all its praise.

Come and See   8/08/05
by Darth Stujitzu
It portrays the Nazis as a gang of inhuman monsters, and in particular the extermination of a village is as brutal and uncomfortable experience as I can remember seeing on film, it pulls no punches and gets under your skin.

Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance   7/14/05
by Darth Stujitzu
I can watch horror movies all night long, but the violence in this film is a lot more realistic and gorry, and personally I found it to be more disturbing and shocking than his follow up movie " Oldboy ".

The Brave   6/25/05
by Darth Stujitzu
To summise, this is a very worthwhile directorial debut, although heart-breaking, Depp doesn't allow the film to go over sentimental and weepy.This is a very brave choice for his debut, but being a fan of his acting, it didn't surprise me that he made this choice, conventianal is never a word that c...


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