Rate The Last Movie You've Seen

kingsam

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hmm lets see

The last film i saw at the cinema was casino royale: 6/10 (i liked the revamped ideal but the actually film's execution was poor)

the last film i watched on dvd was kids 8/10 (i'd give it a 7 but gave it 8/10 for nostalgic reasons)

the last film on my pc i watched was ghost in the shell: 9.5/10
or was it advent children :s which i'd give a 7/10
 

j1994

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The last film I seen in the cinema was Casino Royale, great gunplay and action, 9.8 out of 10
The last DVD film was Nacho Libre, hilarious, also a 9.8 out of 10
The last film I saw on the TV was the Legend of Zorro, rubbish, 3 out of 10
 

daver72

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yeah, for once paris hiton didn't take the pole on the mouth. the last movie I saw was harold and kumaar go to white castle. 10/10 except the taco **** seen
 

Varsh

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[QUOTE="Svetlana, post: 0]I had the misfortune of seeing House of Wax. It gets one point for the painful death of Paris Hilton.

1/10[/QUOTE]
I was going to rent that soon, I shall now steer WELL clear of it, thatnks.

Well I watched another film last night.

Dune
Easily one of the greatest Sci-Fi films of all time, set on the Planet Arrakis where the Emporer asks the Atreides to harvest spice for the Guild, the Emporer however has a plan to remove the Atreides by using the Harkonnen to remove their leaders from Arrakis, only to find that Paul Atreides doesn't die and forms an alliegence with the Fremen.

The storyline and plot is epic, and if you have read the book then you will almost certainly love this film. If you haven't read the book then you will still absoloutely love this film, go rent it, buy it, whatever, just own this masterpiece!

10/10 - For the epic story, great script, and awesome acting, fantastic cast too including Sting, Patrick Stewart, Virginia Madsen, Sean Young, and Kyle MacLachlan just to name a few.
 

kingsam

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[QUOTE="Varsh, post: 0]Dune
Easily one of the greatest Sci-Fi films of all time[/quote]
Well Lynch is one of the greatest semi abstract film makers ever. I'm a big fan.
I dunno if Dune deserves 10/10 it takes a bit long to get going, but it certainly is great.
 

Ubersnuber

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Click 5/10
A friend of mine hyped this one bigtime, so It was quite a downer to watch it:(

8 Crazy Nights 8.5
I loved this movie (allthough I'm not a big fan of movies where they suddenly start singing), typical Sandler style which suits me fine.

Talladega Nights 7.8
Very funny movie, me like, nuff said^^
 
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Last night I flicked over to this dark thriller called Kalifornia. It was about a group of journalists on a road trip visiting the Black Dhalia murder sites, unaware that there's actually a serial killer amongst them. It does sound like a slasher film but it's far from that.

I really liked this, it certainly kept me gripped. Juliette Lewis played the naive, constantly in denial girlfriend ("Oh no Early wouldn't do such a thing") of Brad Pitt (Early) who leaves a trail of corpses behind where ever he seems to go. David Duchovny and Michelle Forbes were the journalists taken along for a ride.

Sex, violence, action, suspense, plot twists, it has a lot going for it...I'd give it an 8/10.
 

Xepher

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Casino Royale

7/10

i honestly did not know what to make of this film, it did not feel like a bond film, they should have... nvm
 

Uncool

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Saw the Movie Eragon: 7/10.

Pretty enjoyable movie but the action were still lackluster and few and far in between. It would be better if they had a good backstory about the war between the dragon riders (showing many of them) against the New King.
 
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I saw Taladaga nights - The Balad of Rivky Bobby
I give it a 9/10 because ....
It was pretty funny
A good plot ... I guess
More funnyness
... and stuff.
 

kingsam

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Cinema - Deja Vu 6.75/10 (Above average action/thriller)
Cinema - Pan's Labyrinth 7.25/10 (Slightly dissapointing. I was expecting better)
Cinema - The Holiday 4/10 (Pretty good for what it is)

DVD - Ghost in the Shell 9/10 (all time classic anime)
DVD - The Cat Returns 8/10 (Great children's anime)
DVD - Frank Zappa - Does Humour Belong in Music? 9/10 (A true great)

TV (Even though I own this on DVD) - Time Bandits 8.5/10 (Brilliant film. Gilliam is a great film maker)
TV - A Clockwork Orange 8/10 (Slightly overrated but good nonetheless)

PC - CKY 9/10 (Original Jackass stuff. Funnier. Brandon DiCamillo is awesome)
PC - CKY 2K 8/10 (Not quite as goodbut still great)
PC - CKY 3 7/10 (Also pretty good)

I just saw Happy Feet and it was excellent!! 9.5/10!!
I really want to see that. It looks like a great laugh.
 
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last DVD i watched was Pulp Fiction, possibly the greatest movie ever made. Quentin Tarantino is a mad man. 10/10. Last movie i saw in theaters was We Are Marshall. Im a big football fan so i liked it a lot, except it was a little long and drawn out. 8/10.
 

Hexadecimal

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Last night I watched Kicking and Screaming, starring Will Farrell. I'm a huge Will Farrell fan, so I enjoyed it.
 

MSU_4life

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Eragon : 6/10...

After reading the books, I can honestly say that this movie makes the poor novels cry tears of blood... it slaughters the story, and focuses on the wrong aspects. Arya isn't some helpless whining wench, she's an elf lord that could rip you into 10 pieces with a glance and a bit of magic...

The movie as it was, wasn't the worst thing iv'e ever seen, and it's worth a try if you really liked the books, but don't go expecting a Peter Jackson style adaptation that focuses on details, as you will be dissapointed.
 

DOGG

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The Black Dahlia

8/10

It was interesting, very beautiful to watch. The story was kind of odd, but very confusing. It will keep you guessing until the end. Acting was pretty good, but Hilary Swank was dismal. Awful accent, and not much else. I'd expect more from a two-time Oscar winner. Aaron Eckhart was a stand out. Fantastic performance as the tortured Lee. Josh Hartnett delivered his best performance I've seen in awhile, with Scarlett Johansson getting extra points for being so hot. Boxing part was very pointless, by the way.

It's a good movie to watch on your spare time.
 

Fekz

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Movie: Children of Men
Rating: 6.0/10

Result: This movie had so much potential, with the epic crisis of worldwide infertility with one pregnant woman who could save the world.. yet it failed to deliver. The dialogue was dry, and irrelevant to the focal point of the movie. There was one part that managed to outshine the rest of the movie, which is the most epic, captivating scene in a movie I've seen in a long time. However, it could not save the lack of meaningful dialogue and action in Children of Men.
 
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Went to a Sneak Preview of Night at the Museum last night. Not a movie that will make it into my top 10 movies list, but it's good entertainment.

Night at the Museum - 7/10

I was channel hopping over the weekend and ended up watching Big Fish with Ewan McGregor and I have to say it was one of the better movies that I've seen in quite some time.

Big Fish - 9/10
 

Lord Arklon

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The Wicker Man - 6.5/10

...Maybe it was because I saw the "surprise alternate ending" version, which seemed more like the quick, easy, cop-out ending to me. It was going good up until that point. PERFECT example of how a sloppy ending can ruin an otherwise good movie.
 

kingsam

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[QUOTE="Lord Arklon, post: 0]The Wicker Man - 6.5/10

...Maybe it was because I saw the "surprise alternate ending" version, which seemed more like the quick, easy, cop-out ending to me. It was going good up until that point. PERFECT example of how a sloppy ending can ruin an otherwise good movie.[/quote]
You're talking about the awful remake right?
The original is an all time classic film. If you haven't checked it out, it's well worth checking.
 

DOGG

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Now I've got more time.

Children of Men

10/10

Amazing movie. It had some of the best moments I've ever seen in a film. Michael Cane stole scenes as a pot smoking hippie. Who would've thought. Clive Owen delivered a fantastic performance. Julianne Moore, not much to say about her. The story and plots were brilliant. I'm going to see it again.
 
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BadAndy

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God I cant remember the last film I saw...seriously. Thats a scary thought. I guess Borat, which was hilarious. Id say 8/10.
 

Xepher

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Silent Hill

8/10

I watched this film with a group last night. It was not scary, but some thought so otherwise. I guess i was in the mood. Well, I liked this movie is what matters. Save this one for Halloween!