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    Toby's Slave kimrs's Avatar
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    Pirates of the Carribean 2. I LOVED the ending. Can't wait for #3!

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    Chasing the clouds away Sphere's Avatar
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    M Criterion directed by the brilliant Fritz Lang (1931)

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    The Descent
    Also got a bunch of oldies in the Walmart bargain bin:
    4 Elvis movies
    Eddie and the Cruisers
    Valley Girl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sphere;2181817;
    M Criterion directed by the brilliant Fritz Lang (1931)
    That is fan-bloody-tastic.

    I got a great array of DVDs for Christmas:

    Leonard Cohen I'm Your Man - A docu-concert film celebrating the life and work of the legendary songwriter, poet, and singer. The concert itself is beautiful, featuring inspired performances from Nick Cave (my favorite), Rufus and Martha Wainwright, Antony, Jarvis Cocker, Julie Christensen, and many more. Interspersed are interview clips with Mr. Cohen, who shares stories and wisdom.

    The Straight Story - One of my all-time favorites and the only David Lynch film that doesn't usually frighten people. Tells the true story of Alvin Straight, an elderly man who traveled 260 miles on a riding mower to visit his estranged brother, who has recently suffered a stroke.

    Brazil - A Criterion Collection selection, it's a rather epic anti-totalitarian parable directed by perennial wildman Terry Gilliam of the Monty Python animations fame. I think everybody should read 1984 in their lifetime, but, if not, one should at least see this.

    Alice Cooper: Brutally Live - Well, I guess the title says it all. Killer riffs, katanas, and mutant babies equals five stars in my book!

    Morrissey: Who Put the "M" in Manchester? - Awesome, stirring homecoming concert by Mozz and the lads in 2005. Great takes of then-new material and older Smiths tunes alike.

    Little Miss Sunshine - Probably my favorite movie this year, a hilarious and emotional road movie that follows a dysfunctional family attempting to take their young daughter to the girls' beauty pageant referred to in the title.

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    i just got Material girls

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    I rented Invincible and Snakes on a Plane both were great movies especially Invincible.

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    Picked up Snakes on a Plane today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchieComic Fan;2192817;
    Picked up Snakes on a Plane today.
    My son is furious with me that I didn't pick this up for him!!! ......We went to see it at the theater so its not like he hasn't seen it....and I'm sorry...its after Christmas and he still hasn't opened some of the movies he got for gifts yet! I will buy it for him but just not right now!
    Reality is the beginning...not the end....Wallace Stevens

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    I'm picking up Snakes on the Plane tomorrow and The Illusionist the week after.

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    Snakes on a Plane
    The Covenant-watched this one already, surprisingly entertaining, but it was too obvious who the villain was.

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