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    Well as the title says, what's the last film you saw? Whether it be, on dvd, video or up on the silverscreen.

    The last one I went to see was the remake of The Grudge, bad. I diliked the film, I assumed it was suppose to be horror but what I saw was nothing of the sort, the only parts that did actually make me jump were down to the atmospheric music. Other than that it was univentful and quite boring.


    And now I soon plan to watch the extended version of LOTR : ROTK, either tonight or tomorrow.

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    Shaun of the dead.
    Gotta watch Dawn Of the dead too.
    Oh and I found the only parts of the grudge that were scary was the first jap girl died, and that naked boy in the elevator shaft (WE DO NOT LIKE NAKED LITTLE BOYS&#33 I found the fact that when the dude at the start killed himself there was some blood in the drain, when Sarah Michelle Gellar walked by it was still fresh a bit weird. Oh and when the sister got sucked down the bed one guy in the theatre yelled "Wow arn't those new Asian beds deep!?"
    Apart from that in our theatre everybody was laughing most of the time.

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    the last move i sore was "Death Race 2000". very stupid but funny. a must see if u like moves with no story line and people get run over. the funnyist thing though is that the copy dad got out from the video ezay said it was 'G' looked up on the net and it should have been given an 'R'
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    On DVD? Kill Bill Vol. 2.... again&#33;
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    Remake on the Grudge? Why, Ulrik, why?
    Lets see what kind of expectations we had for this movie&#33;

    The Ju-On movies made in Japan are damn good. So damn good someone in the US decides to do a remake.
    And who does the remake? That spiderman-guy. And Sarah Michelle Gellar is in the main part. Is that not enough to avoid it? :/
    Just.. leave the Japanese movies as they are IMO.

    You should see Ju-On, &#39;tis a grand fine movie&#33; That scene where the walkman starts repeating itself just kicks ass.
    And all the chicks in all of the Ju-On movies are fine, except that granny in The Grudge.

    EDIT: Maybe I should stick to the subject a little?
    I saw Leon a few hours ago. It&#39;s a good movie.

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    Heh, the 2004 World Series movie was the last thing I watched.

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    well id say what the last thing i saw was, but its not very appropriate. even here online
    so ill go with dune, but i fell asleep and missed all but 20 min of the movie...

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    Originally posted by Sap@Dec 10 2004, 19:14
    On DVD? Kill Bill Vol. 2.... again&#33;
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    Brilliant movie which in my opinion was actually better than Volume 1.

    You can see my opinion on the last movie I saw in (Alexander).
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    Last movie I saw was King Arthur on DVD. Rented it and Troy. Thought King Arthur was a good take on the Legend, actually managing to put it quite firmly in History. Troy....not bad.....fight scenes good.....too much Brad Pitt and Orlando Bloom for my liking.

    Am going to watch Shaun of the Dead this week.
    And I agree about Deathrace 2000.....fantasticly bad(therefore good) film

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    you mean seriously watching?

    well, there was something called the wraith onlast nite, that i wasn&#39;t really paying attention to.
    something about a guy reincarnated as an eil racer illing people in drag races... so messed up.

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