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Seen a great movie recently? Or even years ago? Recommended? Tell us about it! We wouldn't mind watching it too you know! biggrin.gif

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Well I saw this years ago. Absolutely freaked me out but it was original and surprisingly brilliant. The best way to describe Donnie Darko is a story about a lost piece of time.

Stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Drew Barrymore, Patrick Swayze, Noah Wylie & Mary McDonnell.
Famous quote "Why are you wearing that stupid bunny suit?" "Why are you wearing that stupid man suit?"

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The Station Agent I saw this on the late night tv movies one night and it really captivated me. Of course, I fell asleep and never saw the end of it, forgot about it and then couldn't remember the name of it when I decided to revisit. Finally googled it and eventually watched the whole film. Excellent!



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Donnie Darko is a great movie. I haven't watched it a while though.

One of my favorite movies (which I need to get on DVD) is Brassed Off. It's about a group of laid off miners and their struggles, that form a brass band. The movie has some amazing music in it... and was the movie that redeemed me in the eyes of my culture/music snob Aunt.






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Rat Race definitely, I highly recommend

"A Las Vegas casino magnate, determined to find a new avenue for wagering, sets up a race for money"

There was lots of familiar comedy actors together in this movie; Cuba Gooding Jr, Rowan Atkinson, Seth Green, Breckin Meyer, John Cleese, Whoopi Goldberg, Jon Lovitz...etc




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IMAX - Fires of Kuwait(1992). Has it really been almost 25 years since Mad Saddam lit those oil wells up? Yikes! Anyway, this doc is full of macgyverisms in putting out these torches which if left to burn, apparently would have burned on for centuries. One extinguishing method reversed some old soviet jet engines and combined with an injected water stream .... simply blew out the fire like a puff of breath on a birthday cake. Cool!



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G-Men (1935)
Now this is going back quite a bit but I'm a huge fan of Cagney and IMO this is one of his best. G-Men made all the way back in 1935 is about a New York City lawyer who is supported by a local mobster. However, despite this Brick Davis (Cagney) does his best to build an honest law practice. But when Davis' federal agent friend is killed by gangsters, Davis decides to go to Washington and take up the badge himself to bring justice to criminals.

Stars James Cagney & Ann Dvorak.
Quotes: McCord: "They're in that circle somewhere"
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Anybody get to Jurassic World? 204 million opening weekend. 2nd biggest in history and just barely behind The Avengers. If this one is so big what happened to the original sequels?



 
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Not yet, but it seems they finally got the hang of it when it comes to reboots. Look at Mad Max: Fury Road. Or is it because they brought the science part back? Anyway, I still need to go see it and just now I read Chris Pratt already signed for the sequel. Movie has been released not even a week ago.

The first Jurassic Park was my first big movie I have seen at the movies. Only 7 at the time and not being able to sit still in my chair and I was watching peoples getting eaten, kids being attacked in a car by a tyrannosaur, saboteurs getting what they deserves, kids being electrocuted and chased down by two Velociraptors in a huge kitchen. Not to mention seeing a bitten off arm. All that on the frail age of 7 on the big screen. To be honest I was more impressed than frightened or shocked. My first big movie and Jurassic Park was unseen at the time. What they achieved with the effects and how easily they explain how they cloned dinosaurs in that silly scene is, just thumbs up.

The second one is I think in my opinion my least favorite, though I've seen it more times than I can count. Still very enjoyable but Spielberg can do much better than the Lost World. There are still well crafted scenes and a few actors that made me look surprised once I knew who they were like Vince Vaughn, Peter Stormare and Julianne Moore. Even the guy Earthquake Tobermann attacked in The Spoilers is in the movie. He's being questioned after the group notices Stormare is missing. Taking the male Rex to San Diego was also a nice touch and the guy at the harbor trying the reach the storming ship always reminded me of Don S. Davis. At some points I thought it was him. Still 4 years after the release of the first one at the age of 11 the movie blew me away. This time there is not one but there are two T-Rexes.

My experience with the third one was not so great. Or at least in the first viewing. I got to appreciate it more in the years. I don't even know why. I think it was back than I also saw The Mummy Returns which was a two hour spectacle and not long after I saw Jurassic Park III with a length of 90 mins. It seemed rather short compared to The Mummy Returns and obviously half an hour shorter than it's two predecessors. Now I got to appreciate the third one even more than the second. It marks the return of Dr. Grant, a more ferocious predator than the T-Rex (only the Rex will always be the king of dinosaurs) and threats from the sky. Also a few familiar faces like Laura Dern come back in a small role and Tea Léoni and William H. Macy joins the cast as the parents of Eric the boy who went missing for two months on Isla Sorna. Also the actor who played Eduard Delacroix in The Green Mile joins the cast along with a few other expendables who just needs to die in the movie.

The thing you notice the most is that the second one and third one are mostly about survival on an island full of dinosaurs. The whole science thing from the first part is like left out and bringing it back might be a good thing. I think this is more of a 'what if' movie. The first movie was about the safety of the park. Which appeared not to be safe at all. Now little over twenty years later the park opens up, how or why did they do it? And what happens when things go awry on a moment there is a lot of peoples?



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Jurassic World was said to be filmed on 65mm film. The cinematographer was wondering, why they don't use that on every movie, because it looked fantastic wub.gif



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I'll find out soon enough.

Last movie I have seen was Oliver Stone's JFK. Now that was a chunk of a movie. The full 3,5 hours and one of the best I have ever seen.



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I've been wanting to see Jurassic World. I've heard good things about it so far. If my sister is up to it, we may go see it on Friday. She works a lot, so it depends on how tired she is.

If anyone like a good romance movie, I recommend the A&E version of Pride and Prejudice. It's really long (almost 6 hours), but it's cut up into 6 parts. It has Jennifer Ehle and Colin Firth as the leads. It's so good... and coming from me who doesn't watch romance movies, that says a lot. XD

Colin Firth will always be Mr. Darcy... wub.gif



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Well you can certainly add Jurassic World to the list of great movies seen. Saw it on Saturday and it was great. Far superior to the 2nd & 3rd movies. I get the sense they tried to "clone" a sequel out of the first movie. But it works. A lot of great surprises and good humor brought this movie together. More so are the characters including the return of Dr. Wu.

There were elements i did not like too. But all in all, a fun movie to watch and for me, a deserving 4 stars!
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Sorry, there's a lot wrong with that movie. I was disappointed. Don't know what the fuss is all about. They can't and never top the first. This was just not a good movie.



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This goes back a ways, but National Treasure was a fun one for me and the family.



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I just saw "inside out" and I recommend it. In my opinion it's the best Disney movie sense "Tangled".



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I heard that Inside Out did very well at the box office.



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Romancing the Stone is a classic! Zemeckis at his best. Here's one for you MiracleMac:





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Without question, my all time favourite movie. Seen this about 10000 times and it just gets better. If you have never actually seen this masterpiece before, which galaxy did you come from?! biggrin.gif

It's Indiana Jones, famous archaeologist, who is hired by the US Government in a race against time to find the lost ark of the covenant. But this is not going to be easy. Nazi's are also searching for the relic with the aid of Indy's rival, Belloq. This non-stop action adventure has it all. Romance, mystery, comedy & enough excitement to win you over time and time again.

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I just watched "The lost medallion". I liked it. And the best part of it is that it's staring Billy Under wub.gif .

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We've all been back to Jurassic Park. Who's ready to return to Walley World?? biggrin.gif
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Oh lordy... XD I hear they're doing a remake of IT. That should be interesting... of course, nothing really beats Tim Curry as a killer clown.



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Watched 'Stealing Home' recently. It bombed at the box office away back when but had a comeback/resurgence on VHS/DVD since. David Foster's score and the soundtrack is really reason enough along with the cinematography of the Jersey shore to give this flick a look ..... even if you don't care for the baseball backdrop theme. All those actors went on to and/or were in the process of having very good & lengthy careers.


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biggrin.gif i cant imagine anyone doing another clown other than Curry. He owned that role.

Cant say i remember Stealing Home, Joe. Sounds interesting though!



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Since you're a big Indiana Jones fan, and played the games... did the end of Crystal Skull surprise you?

I know it didn't surprise us at all. My Dad loved that movie a LOT.



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Well that depends. I liked the retro ship. I do wish we saw a little more. I don't think it was a bad movie. It was not the best but I did love the opening gambit. It was probably the best.



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The Great Outdoors! I watched this one a lot when I was a kid. This scene actually mirrored an event when we first moved to upstate NY. My sister got buzzed by a bat in the middle of the night. Guess who got sent out to investigate? Me... armed with an umbrella. I didn't find him though. lol




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biggrin.gif i remember this! Very funny.

I can only imagine you, Jedi. laugh.gif

Kinda reminds me of the time when my cousin woke up one night with a noise in his bedroom. When he switched the light on a bat was fluttering around. He jumped like those two in the movie and used a broomstick to veer it out. He left the window open. What are the chances though? biggrin.gif



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John Candy films rule! The bad news is that that bats have all died. I used to have them living in the attic of the garage ... haven't seen one brown bat in five years. Not as they are portrayed either ... really friendly & intelligent as to 'keeping their own space'. Google 'White Nose Syndrome' .... or see wiki ... really, a very sad story:


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