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  1. Arch

    Arch ranked 67 of 109 T_T

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    the sky crawlers
    I give it a 8/10
    It was a bit sad (especially the ending) and suggest that the world is always filled with some sort of war, endless war
     
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    BlueWhistler Not normal member

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    LABYRINTH('86?) with David Bowie 10/10

    This is a great movie even these days it can easily be rated 9+.
    the reason I give it a 10 is because it brought back the child in me while watching it. really loved it back in the days.
    Even the singing scenes are great (your not called David bowie for nothing ay). Normally I hate singing scenes but these are relay fantastic. The acting, story and fantasy are top class and the puppets are a true masterpieces.
     
  3. Eddy122

    Eddy122 I love the game of Basebl

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    Patriot 7/10
     
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    Avatar 3D

    10/10
     
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    Lord of the rings 10/10
    Best movie of the last 50 years, enough said. It was long, but the ending was amazing. Some parts were boring if you haven't read the books, but the action moments more than made up for them.
     
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    Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney™

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    I HAD to watch moonlight..... and I give it a whopping -1000000000/1000000000!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  7. DBloke

    DBloke RIP and tea you say?
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    Les Lascars
    A French film?
    Full review on my site
     
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    Bodine Sonic expert

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    The Hangover meh, 5/10
     
  9. ArceusLord

    ArceusLord I Have Asperger Syndrome

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    Awesome!
    5/5
     
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    The Last Movie I saw was The Ugly Truth .. Was Very Funny ... I'd give it a 10/10 ... Plus Gerard Butler .. nom nom nom
     
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    DG~X Dont read this.

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    I saw The Book of Eli. Very good film. I havent seenDenzel washington this good in months.:lol:. (no homo). 9/10.The move was based on:
    the story is couched in neo-Western terms -- a solitary gunman comes to a town and confronts the corrupt sheriff and his maniacal deputies -- so the movie fits comfortably within the confines of mainstream studio moviemaking. And Denzel Washington is one of the few Hollywood stars who can pull off a larger-than-life character who can dispatch a gang of cutthroats with a nasty blade yet maintain an air of saintliness.

    Boxoffice should be above average for this Warner Bros. release. Don't be surprised if the film is embraced by Christian filmgoers as the Holy Bible is seen as the point from which a new civilization can take shape.

    Allen and Albert Hughes situate their story in an environment informed by graphic-novel imagery. Landscapes are stark, and characters strike poses. Working with cinematographer Don Burgess, they frequently drain the color from desolate stretches of desert (with New Mexico doing the honors). Roads are lined with ruined remnants of a prior civilization, the one before a "Flash" -- which occurred during the last war -- tore a hole in the sky and brought fatal, scorching light onto the Earth.

    As in "Mad Max," anarchy rules, with mayhem, murder and rape seen as routine events. Washington's Eli claims to have walked west for 30 years, but everything looks like the bomb dropped only last month. No one has even bothered to bury bodies or develop any infrastructure.

    After a "credential scene," in which Eli demonstrates his lethal abilities when challenged, he wanders into a desert town where a tin-pot dictator named Carnegie (Gary Oldman with his patented theatrical sleaze) holds sway. There is no discernible reason why he should rule a gang unless it's because he's the exception to the rule of near-universal illiteracy. (Carnegie is perusing a biography of Mussolini, please note.)

    When Carnegie learns that Eli possesses a Bible, he means to win him over to his cause or kill him -- whatever it takes to gain control of that book. Both men see the Bible as the key to social regeneration. A voice has commanded Eli to take the Bible west, where it will be the foundation of a new Earth. Carnegie sees the book as a means of controlling people and their loyalties, as many false prophets have before him.

    Caught in the showdown between two determined men are Carnegie's adopted daughter, Solara (Mila Kunis), and mistress Claudia (Jennifer Beals) as well as his henchman, Redridge (Ray Stevenson), who fancies Solara for himself. Things play out in a straight-forward fashion as screenwriter Gary Whitta gives little depth or complications to his characters or story. The Hughes Brothers' measured, well-paced direction complements the comic-book simplicity of this narrative.

    A viewer will probably be grabbed less by the showdowns than by the mannered cinematography, Gae Buckley's eye-catching production design of a ruined Southwest and an energetic, pulsating score from Atticus Ross (assisted by Claudia Sarne and Leopold Ross). What is it about Earth's ruin that so inspires artists?
     
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    The hangover 9/10 very funny and avatar 10/10 action packion for all the family.
     
  13. Eddy122

    Eddy122 I love the game of Basebl

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    Yeah no homo lol I wanna watch that so bad

    The lovely bones 8.5/10
     
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    Avatar
    8/10
     
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    Hi.
    I saw Avatar and will rate this with 10/10.
    The movies is so damn awesome.
     
  16. KRKanon

    KRKanon Roy's our boy!

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    Gamer: 7/10
    - Eh...
     
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    Avatar - 10/10

    I had no interest in seeing the movie when it was first released and only watched it because everyone was raving on about how great it was. They were right, it is an unbelievably good movie even though the story isn't new.

    The Onion Movie - 7/10

    Sometimes satire, sometimes just crass. It was worth watching just for Steven Seagal's skit though.
     
  18. YoungLad

    YoungLad Repeat After Me

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    8,5/10

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    7/10
     
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    KRKanon Roy's our boy!

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    Alice in Wonderland (Syfy miniseries): 8/10
    -basic AiW movie
    -like the reference on how people are 'oysters'
     
  20. DG~X

    DG~X Dont read this.

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    7 Pounds-Will smith.

    Excellent movie. Too much for words so this dose just fine: 10/10
     

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