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Old Fri, Apr-01-2011, 04:15:40 AM   #11
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awesome movie! Very emotional.
One of the more underrated movies of the past decade
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Its like a European Fight club, but funny. Great movie, would definitely recommend if you enjoy Guy Ritchie


Also, sucker punch has AMAZING graphics, but thats about it. Enjoy seeing a few 20something year olds in short skirts jumping everywhere and all the graphics are phenomenal. Honestly, no storyline.
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One of the more underrated movies of the past decade
Movie makes you realize how blessed we really are. Def a movie to bring you to tears and want to help others. Sick how some people think and act with this genocide crap.
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Green street hooligans- will always be a classic

Sex drive- kinda funny but not funny enough to recommend.
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Limitless was great.
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The adjustment bureau, good movie
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Loved Alpha Dog... Timberlake was surprisingly awesome, and that was just a great flick.

And eff it, I'm gonna do three... all of which are available on Netflix streaming, iirc.

Last movie I watched end to end was 'Monsters,' and I don't know if it ever saw theatrical release. It's about a photojournalist who gets tasked by his paper's owner to bring his daughter home safe from Mexico; but to do that, he has to cross a no-man's land along the border that's populated with gigantic aliens that crash landed here. Very light on the sci-fi, very heavy on the dialogue/drama. I loved it.

71% fresh, really very good: http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/monsters-2010/

Before that, it was 'Centurion,' by one of my fave directors (Neil Marshall, who also did the Descent and Doomsday). Can't recommend that one highly enough either; features the guy who cuts the arm of the Persian dude in '300' in the lead role. Kind of a stylized tale of Roman in the land of the Picts. Again, loved it.

58% fresh, I can understand why, but popcorn movies don't get much better imo: http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/centurion/

Going back one further, it was 'Valhalla Rising,' which stars Mads Mikkelsen (of Casino Royale bad guy fame). Bleak, not a lot of dialogue, and awesomely violent.

69% fresh: http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/valhalla_rising/
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^ Thanks for the reviews...
Yes I too liked monsters, but haven't seen alpha dog or centurion.. Will watch them next
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A Prophet http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1235166/

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