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Old 22-03-2011, 03:49 AM   #1
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For me it was Rango great movie go see it now!

So whats everyone watching, let us know!

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Old 22-03-2011, 05:46 AM   #2
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Guns of Navarone on telly 2 weeks ago...classic
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Old 22-03-2011, 07:48 AM   #3
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Fight Club - 3 DVD I got over the weekend
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The Town, not a bad "bank robbers" movie, my girlfriend is a member of Love film and I have a dvd and blu-ray buying habit so I end up watching at least 10-15 films a week, although a few of them are half watching ones I've already seen whilst working on Maya. lol
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Well, I picked up a copy of Hellboy for 1.99 so that was the last movie I watched. But I just saw Battle Los Angeles and Rango the other night... great fun!
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"Toy Story 3" on Bluray and "Shutter Island" "Kick-Ass" recorded on TV- All last night - but I must have watched 60 + movies the last two weeks. Taking it easy has never been so much fun.

Its also nice to finally have some room back on my "Sky HD" box after deleting all these HD movies.
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Animal Kingdom, brilliant Australian crime drama, and Piranah, very dumb but good fun.
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Animal Kingdom, brilliant Australian crime drama, and Piranah, very dumb but good fun.
Been meaning to see Animal Kingdom think I'll go get the DVD while I remember

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Been meaning to see Animal Kingdom think I'll go get the DVD while I remember

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It's really good - incredibly tense stuff. Post back one you've watched it be interested to know what you think,

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"The Road" starring Vigo Mortensen. I love post apocalyptic stuff but man, that flick was so well put together it was gut wrenching...
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"The Road" starring Vigo Mortensen. I love post apocalyptic stuff but man, that flick was so well put together it was gut wrenching...
omg....i hate to admit this but, when his kid just laid in his arms and wailed with complete and utter dispare...i had this...clenching feeling in my chest...then i looked over and saw her bawling...and i kinda cracked too...cried...its sad i know.but couldn't help but think of my son in that scenario....
great movie though...thats what i really figure the world would be like. though the genera is probably my favorite so i am most likely biased.

Last movie i watched "i am number four"...went and saw it last month at the theater.

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Just saw Battlefield LA not the most intellectual of movies but a pretty action flick

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I want to see BF L.A but the reviews werent good David? worth paying for or a DVD job?

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