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What did you watch last night?

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by dUnKle, Feb 18, 2001.

  1. dUnKle

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    Ive been on rest days since Thursday afternoon so have been catching up on stuff that I have yet to get round to watching.

    I have watched

    WAY OF THE GUN ( not that bad a film )
    HOLLOW MAN ( Good effects, little story )
    THE FIRST DVD OF THE BUFFY BOX SET
    BOUND ( Really enjoyed this )

    some stuff I have recorded in the week such as ER, BUFFY and ANGEL

    Went to cinema to see HANIBAL

    Am planning having an afternoon with JAMES BOND ( BROSNAN ) and maybe watching THE PATRIOT.

    Im not back at work til 10pm monday so I may make a start on more of the backlog. ( I have about 35 titles yet to watch )
     
  2. StuartBooth

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    Tim,

    I watched and enjoyed Stir Of Echoes just last weekend. There was one point in it that REALLY annoyed me (the Cellar scene nr the end).

    The commentary track on this one is interesting. The director is on his own throughout the length of the film and succeeds in being interesting all the way through I thought.

    Duncan,

    I too watched Way Of The Gun a few days ago, but wasn't too wow-ed by it. A bit Desperado come From Dusk Til Dawn in some ways, with a sadly unrelated opening scene that was quite simply BRILLIANT !!!

    Last night I watched 30mins of The Art Of War before I had to stop for various reasons. This is a bright and colourful 007-type romp with Wesley Snipes as the secret agent. Unfortunately he's better in the Blade role than as a Pierce Brosnan/007 character, but this looked quite entertaining.

    I then finished off the evening with a repeat showing of The Haunting in dts. Crikey I thought my speakers were going to explode! Interesting this one as I auditioned some subwoofers a while ago using it as one of my demo discs, and I really, *really* missed the subwoofer on this 2nd viewing.


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    sat down with some mates and watched Gladiator (again!) then Buffy season 4
     
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    Fist Of Fury R2

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  5. General Skanky

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    Casualty. [​IMG] The missus had the remote.

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    Fortress 2:Re-entry.
    Aweful,Aweful movie

    Hifidelity;
    Not bad

    U-751:
    Better than i imagined & great sound
     
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    From dusk till dawn
     
  8. Timh

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    Stuart, I have to agree with you on the cellar scene, especially the gun shot you here, what's that all about.

    Another boner, if you have seen U571, I havent heard anyone moan about the beginning, where the sub's being depth charged to bit's by a british cruiser, and when the sub comes up, theres no sine of the Cruiser, yank's again thinking we are not paying attention to the film.

    Tim

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    I was out for the evening, got home around 1:30am and watched Cat Ballou then straight to bed!
     
  10. Jeff

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    I watched Battlefield Earth, I can confirm what a lot of people already knew, its rubbish. Even Jonnie T is very poor.
     
  11. asimm

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    Watched Holy Smoke on boring old VHS, picture and sound bad, film pretty good.
    Watched Being John Malchovich today - good and diferent.
    Must admit though am crying out for a full blown av film that makes full use of all speakers (especially the rears) - might get Gone In 60 Seconds tomorrow.
     
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    Watched Leon - International version with a mate last night ass he hadnt seen the extended version, what a cool film.

     
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    Watched Magnolia a couple of nights ago. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Tom Cruise's character is excellent. And the soundtrack is very good.
     
  14. Timh

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    I watched stir of echoes starring Kevin Bacon, great steering of rear effect's.
    Film 8/10
    picture 7/10 (4:3)
    sound 9/10
    extra's 0/10
    If you liked The sixth sense you will love this.

    Tim

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  15. Rambo John J

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    This weekend my living room was transported to the Orient. 3 very different movies all of them ACE

    Kurosawas "Ran"
    The Story of Ricky O - the bloodiest most way out kung fu film ever made.
    Audition - part tender love story, part twisted nasty S+M horror. With some very realistic foot removal by piano wire. Very nice.

    All of them came from a Hong Kong supplier for less than £20 inc shipping.

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    Rambo John J

    Rikki oh is A1

    You must have ordered from DDDhouse there prices R the best. Much better than paying £20 per dvd in china town.
     

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