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1.sunshine

2.its by danny boyle. 28 days was awsome. shot in a london studio. visually looks amazing. science fiction/religeous background

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1. haneke's remake of his own funny games.

2. masochistic reasons, primarily - it will likely be butchered for the american audience.

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1. haneke's remake of his own funny games.

2. masochistic reasons, primarily - it will likely be butchered for the american audience.

+1 Not that the original was a masterpiece but it had some interesting elements. I think Haneke has really grown as a filmaker since he made the original, now being able to deliver his ideas using the full range of cinematic possibilities instead of releasing slightly more complex filmic plays..

Il Caimano: Because I want to see Berlusconi get dragged through mud

Un conte de Noel: Desplechin is one of the most interesting filmakers working right now and his last movie (Kings and queen) was his best to date

Boarding gate: Assayas is making a (kinda) HK action movie, what's not interesting about that!!??

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+1 Not that the original was a masterpiece but it had some interesting elements. I think Haneke has really grown as a filmaker since he made the original, now being able to deliver his ideas using the full range of cinematic possibilities instead of releasing slightly more complex filmic plays..

true, true, though as much as like naomi watts as an actress, i'm extraordinarily skeptical that she can match the intensity of susanne lothar's performance.

and i'm really hoping they keep the john zorn in the soundtrack, or at least duplicate the extreme musical juxtapositions for the opening sequence.

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-La Piel Que Habito

-Pedro Almodovar + Penelope Cruz is is probably one of my favorite director-actress collaborations right now.

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On the opposite side of the current subject, of movies I least want to see, I heard a rumor that RON HOWARD is directing the American version of Cache. That makes me sick

"I'm a Cyborg, But That's OK" is something I am very excited to see.

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grindhouse

machine gun prosthetics

the flying scotsman

bikes

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it's vehicles turning into robots. dummy.

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grindhouse is the last movie I would go and see, tarantino annoys the shit out of me. I'm probably the only one but I can't stand his movies.

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i'm realy looking forward to these two:

1) Knocked Up

2) I like tv shows & movies produced by Judd Apatow.

1) Hot Fuzz

2) I liked Shaun of the Dead.

1) SuperBad

2) Starring George Michael Bluth!

i don't really go to the movies much. kinda tired of remakes of old movies/foreign movies. kinda looking forward to the new die hard though :>

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i'm realy looking forward to these two:

1) Knocked Up

2) I like tv shows & movies produced by Judd Apatow.

1) Hot Fuzz

2) I liked Shaun of the Dead.

i don't really go to the movies much. kinda tired of remakes of old movies/foreign movies. kinda looking forward to the new die hard though :>

co sign on these.

also have yet to see casino royale.

also, the host, lives of others, spidey 3, the dark knight, and transformers (just to see a live action prime and megs blowing shit up).

oh and i still need to see zodiac.

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co sign on these.

also have yet to see casino royale.

also, the host, lives of others, spidey 3, the dark knight, and transformers (just to see a live action prime and megs blowing shit up).

oh and i still need to see zodiac.

The Host was pretty good, a little on the long side and not quite as funny as the advertisements implied, but still probably worth seeing. Lives of Others is probably the best movie I've seen this year.

Looking forward to Spiderman 3, for some reason.

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Still haven't seen 300 yet, going to see it at the iMAX on Saturday. Can't wait :D:D:D

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Spiderman 3

Fantastic Four 2

The Dark Knight

Iron Man

Wolverine

Nick Fury

Captain America

and every other one of the hundred or so announced super hero movies that will not see the light of day

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Stardust, though I think it will bomb, in a bad way

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the whole spideman franchise has been pretty poor,

toby maguire is to blame.

and a big Yes on the lynch.

there should be a new entry in the oxford english dictionary:

Lynchian (verb)

an event of unfathomable sureality

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The Lives of Others which won this year's Oscar for Best Foreign Film.

Unfortunately, the only movies that make it here are the Jerry Bruckheimer and Tom Cruise films......

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