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Robzilla
January 18th, 2004, 21:00
Last movie I saw in theaters was Pirate of the Caribbean. I thought it really was going to suck, I was caught off guard. First good movie in a few years where I thought the movie sucked.

Rating: Good Story, Great Musical Score. 8/10

P.S. I need to go see another movie, someone recommend something!

Splize
January 18th, 2004, 21:03
I just saw LOTR: Return of the King :)

Jet Set Willy
January 18th, 2004, 21:06
So did I. I took my mother to see it. She cried at the end. I admit that I was choked up in parts, especially when Sam was carrying Frodo up the mountain. The acting often makes up for the parts which Peter Jackson otherwise broke. Then again, some of the actors are just terrible - a lot of orcs overact to the point that it makes the scene seem like a pantomime. I'm also still upset about them cutting "The Scouring of the Shire" out from the film.

I enjoyed Pirates. Probably wouldn't have liked it if Depp wasn't in it. He's a top class actor.

Robzilla
January 18th, 2004, 21:09
Haven't seen ROTK...

I don't think Pirates would have been good without Depp, I don't think anyone could have pulled off Captain Jack Sparrow any better. Especially since it was Depp's idea to add a little Keith Richards into him.

El Fugitivo
January 18th, 2004, 22:16
Just saw Big Fish last night. I thought it was great. It really exemplifies how Burton can take all these weird, seemingly frightening or unsettling people, places, and things, and still give us a heartfelt optimistic MGM ending.

belmont
January 18th, 2004, 22:22
The last movie I saw was The Return Of The King.
I didn't like it as much as I liked the previous one.

El Fugitivo
January 18th, 2004, 22:34
I also saw Cold Mountain a week ago. Superb film, with great acting by just about everyone. The main story is decent, but what really makes it good are all the little vignettes that Jude Law's character finds himself a part of along the way. My favorites were the ferryboat scene with Jena Malone (from Donnie Darko) and the scene with Natalie Portman (which parallels the opening battle sequence), although Phillip Seymour Hoffman was excellent, as was that huge kid from Remember The Titans and I believe Varsity Blues and just about any other recent film with an extremely obese teenager in it.

donkeyknob
January 19th, 2004, 00:37
my mate and his girlfriend and her friend dragged me to see honey. most boring shit i ever saw. to pay him back, i made my mate come with me and my bros to see spy kids 3-D. now thats an awesome movie :blink:

apocalypse835
January 19th, 2004, 01:22
Mine was Return Of The King. It is the best of the three. I'm seeing Underworld soon.

Robzilla
January 19th, 2004, 01:35
Originally posted by DJ Beefzibit@Jan 18 2004, 06:37 PM
my mate and his girlfriend and her friend dragged me to see honey. most boring shit i ever saw. to pay him back, i made my mate come with me and my bros to see spy kids 3-D. now thats an awesome movie :blink:
Paybacks a bitch isn't it?

donkeyknob
January 19th, 2004, 02:06
i enjoyed spy kids more then honey. cept my 3-D glasses didnt work as good as they is ment to. and let it be known that ALL of the actors involved in that movie will never make another

Zidane
January 20th, 2004, 19:08
ROTK long and had a great ending

Gimli is the best Dwarf character ive ever seen and I play alot of D&D.

Splize
January 20th, 2004, 21:16
wait let me get things strait in the end when they went on that boat did they like go to heaven or something?

El Fugitivo
January 20th, 2004, 21:48
I think that's right. They went to the place (island?) where elves go instead of dying. More like the Norse Valhalla or Arthurian Avalon than Heaven, I think.

Splize
January 20th, 2004, 22:15
Oh I get it ;)

hitmonlee
January 21st, 2004, 03:22
last movie i saw was return of the king

before that probably the third matrix (which i hated) or priates of the carribean, which i enjoyed, but yeah i agree, without johnny it would have been nothing.

orlando isn't the same when he is not an elf :)

Hiroshi
January 24th, 2004, 16:54
Last movie I watched was The Return of the King. Still prefer movie 1 over the other 2.

Satoshi
January 24th, 2004, 17:08
The return of the king also last movie i saw.

Mourgos
January 24th, 2004, 21:19
Same here,but I liked the second one better.

hitmonlee
January 25th, 2004, 03:24
i liked the second one better also

i'm like that with a few trilogy's though...
austin powers
star wars


not matrix though :lol:

onewecallgod
January 25th, 2004, 03:32
i saw paycheck last week which was pretty good

ScotchGuy
January 25th, 2004, 09:47
I saw The Butterfly Effect. My friend and I wanted a good movie to laugh at that was unintentionally funny, sort of like The Matrix Revolutions.

It was hilarious in two parts. Surprisingly the movie was almost good, having Ashton Kutcher play the part was a bad idea though, he was fairly convincing until he had to play someone missing his limbs. This is when most of the unintentional funniness occurred.

If they had cut some really pointless and cheesy/stupid parts it would have been fine. For example, "Oooh, a sparkler" if anyone has seen it they'll know what that is referring to. Although there was one major hole in the story it's not hard to look past.

Oh yeah, my friend said something pretty funny and witty right at the end.

"Maybe if we stare real hard at the ending credits we can go back in time and get our money back."

donkeyknob
January 26th, 2004, 06:39
lmfao thats funny. i saw torque. its better then revolutions. no fancy twists. no tricks. just try hards and loud noise