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Old 2008-02-04, 11:06   #31
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Just a little explanation for my rating criteria:

10 - I would give it for maybe best movie in last 5 years, to movie wich deserve to be somewhere in my Top list of all times movies.
8 - For one very very good movie, certainly worth to be watched.
5 - For an OK movie, which can be watched but only if you don't have anything better when you want to watch a movie.


Recently watched:
@ home:

I am legend - 5/10
3:10 to Yuma - 7/10
Alpha Dog - 9/10
Home of the brave - 2/10
No country for old men - 10/10
The Bourne ultimatum - 8/10
The Kingdom - 8/10
Prestige - 8/10
Gone baby gone - 8/10
Juno - 8/10


@ Cinema:

John Rambo 8/10


Waiting to be watched in „My movies“ folder:

American gangster
I'm not there
Sympathy for lady Vengeance
The bucket list
Lust, Caution
Hot fuzz
Ratatouille
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Old 2008-02-04, 13:51   #32
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"and when was the last time you saw your father" with Colin Firth

Brilliant film for those of us who are generally "older"


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Old 2008-02-04, 14:25   #33
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The last film I watched was "Silent Running". Silent Running (1972)

One of the great sci-fi films of all time, and its eco/green standpoint was way ahead of its time.


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Old 2008-02-04, 14:29   #34
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Yesterday
Oceans Twelve
The first one was better, same with the third.

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Old 2008-02-04, 14:55   #35
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"Easter Promises" with Viggo Mortensen

4.5/10

Not a big fan overall, it seemed quite pointless. Maybe it just wasn't my style. The naked fight scene was intense, and I think that the author made an interesting use of Russian crime lore, such as the tats and the hierarchy, but overall it just didn't go anywhere.



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Old 2008-02-04, 15:08   #36
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Cloverfield
5/10
After the most boring start ever seen in movies it becomes somewhat watchable, but still doesn't offer anything worth watching for. If you liked War of the worlds, you may like this.
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Old 2008-02-04, 20:51   #37
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Dreamcatcher
3/10

Read the book instead.


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which in turn makes everyone in the area safer.

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Old 2008-02-04, 20:54   #38
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Cloverfield
5/10
After the most boring start ever seen in movies it becomes somewhat watchable, but still doesn't offer anything worth watching for. If you liked War of the worlds, you may like this.
i thort cloverfield was good, very different type of filming, but then again i did like war of the worlds

i would give it an 8/10 for the slow start tho
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Old 2008-02-04, 21:10   #39
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i thort cloverfield was good, very different type of filming, but then again i did like war of the worlds

i would give it an 8/10 for the slow start tho
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Old 2008-02-04, 21:36   #40
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And A-10, it only counts if you watch it from start to finish. And not some preview sample. I mean a full DVD. No, I can't hold out for an hour and a half. I actually sat down with a girl to watch it. It was kind of weird, but intensely cool at the same time, since we could discuss it. It was basically about a maid from once upon a time who breaks a dish and has to be punished by the "master" of the house. Good times had by all.
hehe i do watch MOST from start to finish. if im in a hurry i fast forward to the "good part"

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