Top five films seen this year...

by Brummie 47 Replies latest jw friends

  • Brummie

    1, I Robot (though the very last 1 minute scene was stchupid)

    2, Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind. (Jim carey, best film he's ever done so far).

    3, Van helsing (sad though en I)

    4, Fahrenheit 9/11

    5, Hellboy

    Just watching Gothika now...

    What top 5 have you seen lately and what would you recommend?

    PS, Alien vs Predator is so predictable and stupid, shaun of the dead is hilarious and the biggest disappiontment was "The Village", real eerie to start with, then a big flop

  • StinkyPantz


    The Butterfly Effect

    Mean Girls

    Man on Fire

    The Manchurian Candidate

    The Forgotten


    My Baby's Daddy

    Starsky & Hutch


    Texas Chainsaw Massacre (the original)

    Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen

  • drwtsn32

    Butterfly Effect
    Team America World Police
    Shrek 2
    I, Robot
    Kill Bill Vol 2

    Not in any particular order...

  • Stefanie

    Butterfly effect!

    Stef agrees with the doc.

  • StinkyPantz


    I said it first!!

  • Steve Egner
    Steve Egner

    This year, I've seen:


    Shark Tales

    Finding Nemo

    Scooby Doo

    and Van Helsing. Guess who picks most of the movies around here?


  • Stefanie

    I hate when i do that....

    shhh dont tell anyone what im drinking...


    Starsky & Hutch Stef agrees with SP !

  • Big Tex
    Big Tex

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (very good flick, but I think Carrey was better in The Truman Show)

    Shrek 2

    Spiderman 2

    I thought Farenheit 9/11 was annoying. Yeah some of it was interesting, even disturbing (especially the scene in front of the Saudi Arabian embassy), and he brings up some valid points but it felt too often manipulative and I really didn't appreciate how Moore spliced people into the picture behind Bush pretending to fluff his hair. There was no need for that.

  • Nancy Drake
    Nancy Drake
    I really didn't appreciate how Moore spliced people into the picture behind Bush pretending to fluff his hair. There was no need for that.

    Tex, I haven't heard this one! Where did you hear this? It looked real to me. I want to know more...

  • Big Tex
    Big Tex

    Well when I watched it, I noticed that there was an outline around Bush (you know the scene where he's sitting at the desk in the Oval Office?) and the woman is brushing his hair was (at least to me) clearly dubbed in. The light shading on her was different than on Bush, as was the picture.

    It's a little thing, and I'm sure things like that happen before anyone gives a TV presentation but it just smacked wrong to me. Moore could have made his point(s) without such cheap theatrics. Frankly I agree with most of what he had to say, and I'm very worried about the near future with the Iraq situation. Maybe it's the experience with the Witnesses, but I have a very low tolerance for anyone who plays fast and loose with facts or appearances. I don't want someone screwing with my head.

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