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    Well... if I'd never heard of the movie and just caught it on HBO late some night I would've liked it better. I didn't think it lived up to the hype. It was funny... but not as funny or as good as I expected.

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    I felt the same way when I watched it a couple of weeks ago

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    Employee of the Month - an alright comedy flick that tries to pass on the same messages...

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    Pan's Labyrinth

    Engaging and gorgeous movie. Even if you're not a fan of subtitled movies, definitely go see it. Oh, and don't take the kids. I know it's a fairy tale of sorts, but just don't take them.

    Children of Men

    I agree with Buck mostly. I thought the cinematography was breathtaking at times. You found yourself almost lost in the world that was being created. But about halfway through, the point that it was trying to build up to just kind of fell flat a little. Blame the difficulty of trying to turn a book into a movie. Still, well worth the price of admission just to see some of the scenes.
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    Btown's Bedroom cam.

    Edit, forgot to give my review.....

    A bit disappointing. Kinda fell flat if you know what I mean. almost droopy of sorts...

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    Employee of the Month - an alright comedy flick that tries to pass on the same messages...
    Nah man.
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    Nah man.
    care to elaborate? nah as in its not alright...or nah as in its more than alright?

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    care to elaborate? nah as in its not alright...or nah as in its more than alright?
    It was a horrible movie, it wasn't even close to funny at any time, Jessica Simpson wasn't utilized, and, if more people had gone to see it, Dane Cook's career might be down in a sewer somewhere. Cook needs to stick to stand-up and the movie should be incinerated.
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    I watched Supersize Me. I never eat fastfood and this certainly didn't up my appetite for it. Not much of a movie really.

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    Titus. Avant-garde Shakespeare is really not something I needed to see. I will say that the Bard of Avon has got Chan-wook Park beat when it comes to ugly revenge stories.

    Children of Men. Probably the most realistically realized near-future movie I've ever seen. Had a lot of nice little touches that made the world seem real, although some of the larger things could have been explained a bit better. As everyone else said, there are a number of scenes that'll stick with you for for a while.

    The Adventures of Baron Munchausen. Great movie, liked it much better than Time Bandits. Now I just need to watch Brazil, although I can already see why many were especially disappointed in The Brothers Grimm.

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    I watched Supersize Me. I never eat fastfood and this certainly didn't up my appetite for it. Not much of a movie really.
    I actually thought it was pretty good. I mean, I vowed never to see this movie because I thought the guy (Morgan Spurlock) would think he was the "star" of the film, but for the most part he was pretty cool (I had seen episodes of 40 Days so I kind of warmed up to his approach and all that).

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    The Pursuit of Happiness

    Pretty good, drags a lil, but I liked it.

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    It was a horrible movie, it wasn't even close to funny at any time, Jessica Simpson wasn't utilized, and, if more people had gone to see it, Dane Cook's career might be down in a sewer somewhere. Cook needs to stick to stand-up and the movie should be incinerated.
    I wouldn't say that it was THAT bad.
    It was certainly not one of those movies that will become a classic...nor really had any good one liners....
    but rather an OK dvd flick if you have no or low expectations to begin with

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    Children of Men - I was rather disappointed with the movie...the concept was good...they could've taken it to a higher level...but it was a bit too dull/flat...yes there was some nice cinematography....but it didn't make up for the lack of the script...

    Johnny English - a few laughs here and there...not a horrid movie...

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    Babel. . . . very good movie with great cinematography, and a good cast. That said it can also be depressing to watch. All in all though I though it was good.

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    APOCALYPTO

    AWESOME MOVIE!!!!

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    Pan's Labyrinth. People need to realize that the word Pan in this movie has nothing to do with the story of Peter Pan. Brush up on your mythology before you take kids to adult movies people. christ.

    Movie was fantastic though, visually gorgeous and the young girl shows pretty much ever other actor of her age how to do it. Creature design was also out of this world heh.


    That one and the Children of men set the standard very high for me this year.

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    The Painted Veil

    Solid flick. Annoying last 2 minutes, but that's forgivable. Naomi Watts was phenomenal. Ed Norton gave his usual tour de force performance playing a character he's comfortable doing. Definitely worth going to if you're a 1920's era buff.

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    Transformers: The Movie (1986)
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    I wouldn't say that it was THAT bad.
    It was certainly not one of those movies that will become a classic...nor really had any good one liners....
    but rather an OK dvd flick if you have no or low expectations to begin with
    No offense, man. I just didn't laugh at all and the comedy completely retreated from what has made Cook so famous and popular. Jessica wasn't naked. What can I say? To each his own.
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    THE DEPARTED

    Another great movie! Loved it, the ending was insane.

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    I also loved the Departed. If you get a chance watch Internal Affairs. It is the Hong Kong film the Departed is based off of and is also excellent.

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    I also loved the Departed. If you get a chance watch Internal Affairs. It is the Hong Kong film the Departed is based off of and is also excellent.
    The Departed is roughly based on the life of Whitey Bulger.....a notorious Boston gangster.....there's a Hong Kong film about Whitey Bulger that the Departed copied?
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    I Huckabees, I enjoyed it.

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    The Departed is roughly based on the life of Whitey Bulger.....a notorious Boston gangster.....there's a Hong Kong film about Whitey Bulger that the Departed copied?
    'The Departed' is based off of the Hong Kong movie 'WuJianDao' aka 'Internal Affairs'

    http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNew...s_name=&no_ads=

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    'The Departed' is based off of the Hong Kong movie 'WuJianDao' aka 'Internal Affairs'

    http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNew..._name=&no_ads=
    I mean, maybe theoretically. But the actual characters, plot, story and events are based loosely off Whitey Bulger. I think I would have some idea. I live in Boston, have read a few of books about him, and dealt with a deluge of articles about the movie when it came out in the local press (along with dealing with packed local theaters when I went to go see it due to the fascination with anything Whitey around here).

    Maybe there's some sort of plot twist in Internal Affairs that they mimiced in The Departed.
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