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    Well, I just watched Harvard Man. I thought it was really good but very different. I mean, it is an Indie Film, but I enjoyed it a lot. This movie does have a lot of heavy content in it...sex and drugs and all that. I suggest it to anyone, but it is not a light-hearted movie. The editing is also very creative. By the way, Sarah Michelle Gellar was awesome in the movie!

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    Well, I watched Swim Fan last night. I thought it was okay. I mean, the psycho girl really isn't that good-looking. I wish they'd at least get someone who's really gorgeous to portray a girl that any guy with a girlfriend would wanna get with. The plot was also quite predictable too.

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    Well, I watched another movie yesterday. It's called The Recruit. I really liked it! It kept me guessing every time. The ending was very clever though...definitely wasn't expecting that one! And, if you like Colin Farrell, this is the movie for you.

    For some reason, Colin Farrell makes me think of Fluff. Did she mention once that she liked him? Or does he just make me think of that Gap guy she had as her av?

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    My husband and I watched "The Pianist" last week. Wow, we were both blown away, what an gripping, moving film. Adrien Brody's performance was amazing--he really did deserve that best actor Oscar.
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    Originally posted by Mdrio9
    Well, I watched another movie yesterday. It's called The Recruit. I really liked it! It kept me guessing every time. The ending was very clever though...definitely wasn't expecting that one! And, if you like Colin Farrell, this is the movie for you.
    For some reason, Colin Farrell makes me think of Fluff. Did she mention once that she liked him?
    Yes, she did! Colin is a real hottie.

    I actually saw The Recruit when it came out on the theatre, and I really enjoyed it. It wasn't as predictable as I thought it would be.

    Now I want to watch "The Pianist" since Snowflakegirl describes it as gripping and moving. I might rent it when I get a chance.

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    Originally posted by Wolf
    Now I want to watch "The Pianist" since Snowflakegirl describes it as gripping and moving. I might rent it when I get a chance.
    Oh, Wolf, you really should...I must warn you, though, make sure you've got a box of Kleenex around. You are gonna need it!
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    Just watched "Shangai Noon". It was very good but the fighting scenes were too long to suit me.
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    Watched Panic Room the other night. Not terrible, I guess.

    I watched Insomnia last night. I'm not a biggest Al Pacino fan in the world, so the movie wasn't all that great to me. But the camera work was interesting.

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    Originally posted by John
    I watched Insomnia last night. I'm not a biggest Al Pacino fan in the world, so the movie wasn't all that great to me. But the camera work was interesting.
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    Rented Catch Me if You Can. I've already seen it in the theatres, but 3 different people this weekend wanted to watch it, so I saw it another 3 times.

    It's still a fun movie though.
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