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Got me baffled there mate.:|

I might try and watch it again but I kept checking the timer on it to see how long was left. Like I said, everything was portrayed really well and all the parts were well acted. I just don't think the film itself told much of a story. I guess some films don't but they usually have something else which is interesting in them such as excellent dialogue or character chemistry; just something to latch on to and keep you interested.

 

I think whenever I watch a good film I usually feel a bit of a loss or something when the credits roll but I was pretty grateful with this one.

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The Curious case of Benjamin Button - beautiful film, quite similar to Forrest Gump with regard to the timeline/historical event thing, but overall enjoyable.

 

8/10

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Magnolia

 

Watched it when it first came out and thought it was trash. 520/1000

 

Watched it again last night and thought it was brilliant. The only reason it loses ponts on the fink-o-meter is because it about 20 minutes too long

 

835/1000

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I might try and watch it again but I kept checking the timer on it to see how long was left. Like I said, everything was portrayed really well and all the parts were well acted. I just don't think the film itself told much of a story. I guess some films don't but they usually have something else which is interesting in them such as excellent dialogue or character chemistry; just something to latch on to and keep you interested.

 

I think whenever I watch a good film I usually feel a bit of a loss or something when the credits roll but I was pretty grateful with this one.

 

Fair enough. Personally, I thought 'The Wrestler', for any of it's plot failings, was well worthy of the hoo-ha about the central performance of Mickey Rourke. I can't stand wrestling and am not a particular fan of mickey Rourke but the character of 'Ram' engaged me and I genuinely 'felt' for him and the troubles he had, and when a film 'moves' you emotionally, that's got to be a good thing.

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I watched Reservoir Dogs for the first time the other day and to be honest i don't know what all the fuss is about. People have always said to me how good it is and they couldn't believe i hadn't seen it. It's an ok film, nothing special really. I kept checking how long was left in it, i just didn't get in to it at all.

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Just re-watched Indiana Jones and the kingdom of the crystal skull to pass some time in work.

 

The bit where that lad swings through the trees is a disgrace.

 

That's all I have to say on the matter.

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V For Vendetta.

 

Really wasn't expecting to like this. Not the type of film I'd've picked up (but Mr C bought a batch of cheap blurays in Zavvi). I know nothing of comic book heroes so came to this as a complete V novice.

 

It was ace. I loved it. Natalie Portman is excellent as Evey and the character of V is very well done. Unexpectedly moving and thought provoking.

 

Captured the 1980s paranoid political thriller genre brilliantly.

 

Read a few online reviews afterwards and apparently it's not true to the original comic. Well tough shit nerds, get a life.

 

8/10

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