What's The Last Film You Watched?

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What's The Last Film You Watched?

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Saw Oldboy last night - what a mindf**k of a film, brilliant original stuff.

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'The Incredibles' - It is in every sense of the word.
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I saw the japanese movie Casshern.... it's like a live-action anime, very epic and pretty but with plotholes the size of me.

"So, we've escaped into the snowy mountains, how will we get back at the people who killed our friends? OH LOOK OVER THERE IT'S AN ABANDONED CASTLE WITH A GARGANTUAN ROBOT FACTORY!!!!!!!!11"

Still worth seeing, though, even if it IS 142 minutes long. :)
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Post by Timbob »

well, we where just home from a concert, and someone put on "Deep Impact"

which was quite boring at 3.

so we only watched it half
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I remember seeing Deep Impact at the cinema with some friends... I don't think we've ever laughed that much watching a movie before. :)
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I watched Identity last night, and thoroughly enjoyed it. I recommend it to anyone looking for a thriller/horror/mystery kind of movie :)

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Watched "Spirited Away" and "Hero" the other day. Enjoyed both films very much.

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Last film - Meikyû monogatari...rather damn fab as well only watched the third part as it was written By Katsuhiro Otomo.. the amazing genius that gave the world AKIRA and will soon bless the westernworld with STEAMBOY !!

which just looks amazing see the trailers here

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0348121/trailers
Is there anyone there ??????? IS THERE ANYONE THERE !!!!!

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Pulp fiction - several times.
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Post by Kansler »

damn. now i wanna see meikyuu monogatari. :shock:

I've seen all the other Asian films mentioned here, while not the American flicks The Incredibles or Identity.
Old boy was gorgeous, as was Casshern.

My last film would have been... hmm, Hana-Bi perhaps? That's my third favourite Beat Kitano film (seen'em all...) after Zatoichi and Sonatine. Violent Cop is a good fourth.

NEXT film I intend to see is Kim-Ki Duk's "3-Iron".
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The last Samurai. Kin excellent film IMHO

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We had an Anthony Hopkins love-in last night, with both 'Silence of the Lambs' and 'Remains of the Day'. Interesting dichotomy.
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Post by Nichevo »

I watched A Tale Of Two Sisters last night. Splendidly creepy Korean psychological horror flick.

This film and Oldboy are paving the way for a new influx of Korean films, methinks.
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Post by stylustrouble »

Ended up watching one of the 'Lord of the rings' films last night by default.Load of old arse it was,too :shock: .

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