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    Quote Originally Posted by Salome
    That was an interesting movie. I read somewhere that the girls had never even seen a film before acting in it.

    I rented The Magdalene Sisters last night. It was disturbing. I can't say that I liked it, but I guess I don't regret watching.
    Yeah, I felt the same way about the Magdalene Sisters...It was well-acted,but very disturbing.

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    Just finished Lord of the Rings 3, WOW great movie, I saw one, missed two so it was a little hard to figure out. It was good on it's own.

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    Abandon, don't bother with it.

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    Big Fish; I really liked it, this movie was really different from anything I've seen lately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eldee
    Abandon, don't bother with it.
    I didn't like that one either. It looked like it'd be good, but it just didn't...work.

    I just watched Monster tonight. I don't even know how to describe it, really. It blew me away...it was shocking, disgusting, creepy. I'd definitely suggest it, but it's not for the more sensitive people. I even got a little queasy at some points.

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    I watched 21 Grams the other night which I thought was great!

    I also rented Mulholland Drive. I got this because I like David Lynch. But, this movie was pretty confusing to me. Anyone have thoughts on Mulholland Drive?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcorkles
    Yeah, I felt the same way about the Magdalene Sisters...It was well-acted,but very disturbing.
    I looked it up. It sounds very interesting to me. I plan to take it out sometime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by queenb
    Big Fish; I really liked it, this movie was really different from anything I've seen lately.
    We watched this just last night, I really liked it. Very sweet and whimsical.

    Quote Originally Posted by RSOkinawa
    I also rented Mulholland Drive. I got this because I like David Lynch. But, this movie was pretty confusing to me. Anyone have thoughts on Mulholland Drive?
    I loved Mulholland Drive, but it did take me a couple of watchings to piece it together, and true to Lynch, there are some loose strands and MacGuffins that never get justified. Just try to look at the beginning of the film as a fantasy, both a tribute and a parody of classic, old Hollywood conventions (the musical, the innocent ingenue, a mysterious femme fatale); and the end is the gritty reality. I hope that helps, without giving any spoilers to anyone who might not have seen it. PM me if you want to discuss in more detail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mdrio9
    I just watched Monster tonight. I don't even know how to describe it, really. It blew me away...it was shocking, disgusting, creepy. I'd definitely suggest it, but it's not for the more sensitive people. I even got a little queasy at some points.
    That surprises me, I've never heard this movie described that way. What made you queasy, Mdrio? I'm curious. I found it to be more focused on the love affair and the motivation behind the murders, rather than the killings themselves.
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