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sleepsleep



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watched avatar 2 days ago.
COOL!!!, now consciousness transfer seems like reality Razz
and the computer inside seems more advance than the minority report. hehehee
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Picnic



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After watching Los cronocrímenes an interesting flick about a man who accidentally gets into a time machine and travels back in time nearly an hour this weekend i finally saw Primer an awesome indie film on a budget of $7,000 about two engineers who accidentally create a device which allows an object or person to travel backward in time and the majority of the movie is spent covering the consequences of using it.

I found Primer a quite complex to follow flick so i'm planning to watch it a few times more. Check it out guys.

Primer Wikipedia // Timeline
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sleepsleep



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just read the synopsis, quite cool the story!!!
can't wait to watch them both....

thanks picnic!
Post 03 Jan 2011, 19:21
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idiocracy by mijke judge (beavis & butthead)
captain orgasmo by trey parker (south park)

with vincent cassel:
mesrine death instinct/public enemy #1
sheitan
irreversible

with jean reno:
les visiteurs (original version, not the bad US remake)
leon (very good, even if made by luc besson)
immortel (recent movie, in Marseille, about mafia)

and maybe many many others movies, but not everything can be enumered here.
Post 03 Jan 2011, 19:48
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Picnic



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I watch The Baader-Meinhof Complex, a look at Germany's terrorist group, The Red Army Faction (RAF), which organized bombings, robberies, kidnappings and assassinations in the late 1960s and '70s.

Brilliantly acted, captivating movie.
Post 05 Jun 2011, 20:56
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Enko



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Very Happy Pirates Of Caribbean 3D... Last week.

Here's where I watch my movies: http://www.emagine-entertainment.com/visshowtimes.aspx?cinemaid=1001

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Cool huh ?
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Enko



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ATENION: XMEN FIRST CLASS SPOILER

Don-t bother to watch the last x-men movie.


its a pre-prequel of the 1st movie and it raped a lot of characters.

[spoiler]
Like for instance:
a)Magneto does not have a tuned helmlet with colors of optimus prime and two little hornes in the front.
b)How does chirles get paralized? I mean, in the x-men Origins the earlier one, at the and of the movie he can walk, but in this he get paralized? Story line get F in the Ass.
c)Magneto is not Batman from Batmans Dark Knight. So why does the actor take that rol?
d)If theres a some xmen power to absorve energy, and the dude absorve nuclear reactor, why hell when he dies he does no explode? Where does the energy goes?

When I watched the movie in the theater, I filled like all the xmen where been raped in the ass, mouth... and when the director get tired, he raped them in the ear and in the nose........ THE HELL.
[/spoiler]

Bye the way, TRUSt NO MORE IMDB!!!!!! The raiting there is 8.3.
Really? The godfatehr have 9.3 and there is a huuuuuge diference.
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watching this just now and super8 few days ago.

Appleseed Ex Machina
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appleseed_Ex_Machina

great ideas of future technology inside.
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asmhack



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Repo Men (2010)
The Big Bang (2011) (a must see!)
Post 26 Jun 2011, 22:59
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"But I'm a Cheerleader" was a nice mainstreamy yet worth movie.
Post 27 Jun 2011, 08:52
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3200th



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Virus, a 1980 film, is a must-see post-apocalyptic science fiction classic.

Watch the entire movie here or there (a quality version with Japanese subtitles).

Wink
Post 05 Jul 2011, 12:27
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Picnic



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sleepsleep wrote:
watching this just now and super8 few days ago.

Lucky you, i look forward to watch Super 8 and Apollo 18, both are high on my list.


3200th wrote:
Virus, a 1980 film, is a must-see post-apocalyptic science fiction classic.

Watch the entire movie here or there (a quality version with Japanese subtitles).

Wink

Thanks for the link 3200th.


I recommend an interesting sci-fi drama from New Zealand, The Quiet Earth (1985)

"A mans awakens to find himself alone in the world."

I always liked it's fabulous ending Wink


p.s I'm gonna watch source code tonight.
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watch virus from youtube, i think it is quite nice movie.
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sleepsleep wrote:
watch virus from youtube, i think it is quite nice movie.
Could anybody explain me what is so "nice" in catastrophic movies, please? Razz Look around you - you'll find enough disasters just nearby. Wink
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Could anybody explain me what is so "nice" in catastrophic movies, please?

this is all natural, death, living, typhoon, tsunami, everything,
everything is natural, virus, flu, influenza, sick, all are part of experiences.

we are not here for really long, it is good to live longer and checking all the things around.

and death could be a bliss to enter another dimension... depend on how you view.

the whole thing is, there is fucking nothing to be fear about... it is normal and we will go through it.
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sleepsleep wrote:
the whole thing is, there is fucking nothing to be fear about... it is normal and we will go through it.
But you, in fact, like to feel scared watching these movies, right? Wink
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i guess it is normal to scare for sudden stuff that pop up on screen, but to scare about alien, war, earthquake etc... idk, i don't think so.

in fact, i think it is good to view movie and get a roughly basic mental preparation if such events really turn up.
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sleepsleep wrote:
i guess it is normal to scare for sudden stuff that pop up on screen, but to scare about alien, war, earthquake etc... idk, i don't think so.
Unless you are a child then all sorts of stuff can scare you.
sleepsleep wrote:
in fact, i think it is good to view movie and get a roughly basic mental preparation if such events really turn up.
Laughing movie != real life
Post 06 Jul 2011, 13:06
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MHajduk



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sleepsleep wrote:
in fact, i think it is good to view movie and get a roughly basic mental preparation if such events really turn up.
Yeah, that's a good reason but you'll never be prepared for such kind of disasters. Sadly, nobody is prepared, doesn't matter how many movies has watched. Even governments of the wealthiest countries aren't (do you remember "Katrina" typhoon or something more recent - EHEC).
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