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    Re: What Films Did You Watch Today?

    I loved Secret Window. I watch it everytime it's on tv and always find something I missed in that movie!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nilesgirl;3542605;
    I know it's a day late but I forgot to come in yesterday so....my husband took me to see Star Trek: It was a lot better than I thought it would be. While I didn't really know any of the actors except for Zoe Saldana (?) (I knew her from another movie a while back that I can't remember the name of off hand), everyone was great! Actually I can't say I didn't know anyone. Winona Ryder and Jennifer Morrison were in it. The problem is I didn't even realize it was them until I saw the credits. And what a great surprise to see Leonard Nimoy in it. And when the character of Scotty said his famous line ("I'm givin' her all she's got, Captain!"), I clapped and squealed with delight. He wouldn't have really been Scotty if he didn't say that line. I loved the fight scene with Kirk and Sulu against the 2 Romulan guards. I would have to say as much as I never really liked the original Star Trek series (I was a TNG fan), this movie is definitely going in my collection. I never knew that Spock was 1/2 human (according to this anyway). Interesting developement. Anyway, I really liked it and I would even venture to say that I would be willing to see it again if one of my friends wanted to go.
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    Re: What Films Did You Watch Today?

    Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood One of my favorite ones because of the telekenetic girl.
    Finding Neverland: I had forgotten how beautiful and sad this movie was. Sobbed like a baby all over again. Johnny Depp really is brilliant.
    The Libertine: This role had to have seriously messed up Depp's mind. I can't imagine playing a role like that and not being at all affected by it (much like HL was by his role as The Joker in Batman).
    Charlie And the Chocolate Factory: I'm watching this right now. Probably one of my favorite roles for him.
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    Pineapple Express-It had a few funny moments but overall I thought it was totally stupid and thought you must have to be high to really like this film.

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    Singh is Kinng-it happened to be one of the movies on our On Demand from Comcast (and it was a total blockbuster film-I am so glad that Comcast is putting on some Bollywood movies). It is absolutely hilarious-I highly recommend it. It is on the longer side but still worth it.
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    Watched Blindness with Julianne Moore and Mark Ruffalo and thought it was awful. I'm sure there is some great meaning in the flim, but I thought it was a bit stupid. And the whole time I thinking why hasn't the govt tried to figure out why Julianne Moore's charactor hasn't gone blind.

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    I just watched The Bachelor with Chris O'Connell and Renee Zelweger (sorry, I know I botched the spelling of her last name!) I DEFINATELY reccomend it. It was funny and entertaining from beginning to end.
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    Three Men and a Baby...is it weird that I also love the sequel. Two great films!

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    Watched Lakeview Terrace tonight with Samuel L. Jackson. I thought Samuel did a great job as the crazy cop neighbor who didn't like the interacial couple that moved next door. I can't believe people still have a problem with interacial relationships. Maybe it just the older generation that still has a problem with it.

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    Re: What Films Did You Watch Today?

    „The Lord of the Rings“ - one of the best films I've ever seen. It is really good, I recommend it for everyone.

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