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  • General_OurumovGeneral_Ourumov United KingdomPosts: 862MI6 Agent
    edited September 2004
    "Catch Me if You Can" - apart from DeCaprio, an interesting and very watchable film.
  • Stromberg1Stromberg1 Posts: 32MI6 Agent
    Got to agree with you there General Ourumov. The last film I saw was The Ladykillers. Not one of Tom Hanks best performances, but it was ok if you can get around all of the profanity.
  • AlexAlex The Eastern SeaboardPosts: 2,695MI6 Agent
    I'll tell you the last movie I didn't see, "The Day After"

    And glad of it!
  • Sir MilesSir Miles The Wrong Side Of The WardrobePosts: 25,217Chief of Staff
    I finally got to watch I, Robot today. What a cracking film ! Don't think it will stand up to many repeat viewings though - which is a shame.
    YNWA 96
  • Sir MilesSir Miles The Wrong Side Of The WardrobePosts: 25,217Chief of Staff
    Quoting DFXX:
    I would've gone to see it at the pictures, but I don't like Will Smith at all ... if it was someone else I would've gone - I might rent it from Blockbusters.

    Why don't you like Will Smith ? I thought he put in another good performance.
    YNWA 96
  • largo_7largo_7 PalmyraPosts: 24MI6 Agent
    I saw Office Space a few weeks ago and it was hilarious! I loved how everything works itself out. Michael Bolton was by far my favorite character.
  • SPECTRENumber1SPECTRENumber1 L.O.Posts: 75MI6 Agent
    I saw True Romance, written by Tarantino, a few days ago. It was very good, but full of profanity and violence. I saw the Director's Cut.
  • SPECTRENumber1SPECTRENumber1 L.O.Posts: 75MI6 Agent
    Quoting bladerunner_ozd:
    I rented something random from Blockbuster a few weeks back. I decided on this flick called "The Prophecy of the Tiger". It had Francis Ford Copolla on the front and sounded good: American Doctor goes on honeymoon to Hong Kong, gets mixed up in chinese mafia, wife gets killed and he is revived by an old chinese medicine man who trains him in the martial arts to get revenge bla bla...

    Worst fookin' film I have ever seen in my life! Clearly not by Copolla (it must have been a production company named after him or something), the film didn't even have an ending! I am sure it was a pilot for a hopeful TV series that was never made (bcos it was crap!). Me and my brothers found it really funny actually, it built itself up like something big and msterious was going to happen, but nothing happened, hardly even a fight! Rent it just to see how bad it is, it's funny!

    Anyone seen it btw?

    The sounds awful.
  • AlexAlex The Eastern SeaboardPosts: 2,695MI6 Agent
    Just watched Fathom with Raquel.
  • Mr MartiniMr Martini That nice house in the sky.Posts: 2,669MI6 Agent
    Just watched a little movie called 'Office Space'. If your down about work watch this. It's a good laugh.
    Some people would complain even if you hang them with a new rope
  • Sir MilesSir Miles The Wrong Side Of The WardrobePosts: 25,217Chief of Staff
    Finally got to see The Bourne Supremacy today. A good film - I'd like to see the Bond films head back towards this type of film.
    YNWA 96
  • MAHOMAHO Posts: 95MI6 Agent
    Musa -- the Korean cut.

    It's a really good one, though perhaps not the best in it's genre(s). I particularly disliked the drawn-out melodramatic death scenes at the end. On the whole, though, the film had a good epic feel to it. Well acted, and not too crazy martial arts scenes.

    I've seen a lot of Asian movies lately, and now there's an African film festival coming up in my vicinity. Not much time for Hollywood formulas, but one or two Bogart or Harryhausen movies do find their way into my DVD player occasionally.

    --
    jfm
  • the witchdoctorthe witchdoctor Posts: 24MI6 Agent
    saw 50 first dates last night.Hilarious film, especially the Hawiaan guy.
  • scaramanga1scaramanga1 The English RivieraPosts: 840Chief of Staff
    watched 21 Gramms -Benicio Del Toro and Sean Penn are awsome but the film jumped about too much for my liking. :(
  • General_OurumovGeneral_Ourumov United KingdomPosts: 862MI6 Agent
    Two films I saw a few weeks ago;

    "Alien Vs Predator" - the film I have been waiting for since sometime last year. Not quite how I expected it would be, and though some parts annoy me, the film was generally enjoying to watch. Recommended.

    "I, Robot" - Didn't look very good at all, but I was proved wrong when I saw it. Very good, though I agree with Sir Miles that it is not a film that could be watched more than a few times in a month. Will Smith is great. It takes a while to get going but a good effort.
  • The BaronThe Baron Posts: 66MI6 Agent
    Indie Film, Welcome to the dollhouse.
    Wasnt bad , but bad plot.
  • Napoleon PluralNapoleon Plural LondonPosts: 9,065MI6 Agent
    Shaun Of The Dead, a British comedy horror about zombies taking over a leafy, corner-shop part of London.

    Actually very enjoyable, despite not being a fan of star Simon Pegg's Spaced (tho most people are, I grant you). Surprisingly involving as it went on, marred only by a silly, comic coda or finale tacked on the end that trashed the movie that preceded it.
    "This is where we leave you Mr Bond."

    Roger Moore 1927-2017
  • AlexAlex The Eastern SeaboardPosts: 2,695MI6 Agent
    Watched 5 Dolls For an August Moon the other night. Considered by Mario Bava himself to be his worst film. I disagree however, it's a lounge music Euro Horror version of Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians - very cool little whodunit.
  • PredatorPredator Posts: 785Chief of Staff
    Quoting Napoleon Plural:
    Shaun Of The Dead, a British comedy horror about zombies taking over a leafy, corner-shop part of London.

    Actually very enjoyable, despite not being a fan of star Simon Pegg's Spaced (tho most people are, I grant you). Surprisingly involving as it went on, marred only by a silly, comic coda or finale tacked on the end that trashed the movie that preceded it.

    Completely agree NP ... well, I actually quite liked the coda ;)

    I was surprised quite how much I laughed despite my lack of comprehension of Spaced ...
  • TracyTracy the VillagePosts: 369MI6 Agent
    Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb is still one of my all time favorite films. There's not a weak performance in it, though extra kudos to Peter Sellers for running around in three different roles. And I don't know how Sterling Hayden managed to keep a straight face talking about "purity of essence" so much. Stanley Kubrick was a genius to find such black humor in nuclear warfare. Bond set designer Ken Adam also made the famous War Room. Absolutely brilliant.
    Flattery will get you nowhere, but don't stop trying.
  • Sir MilesSir Miles The Wrong Side Of The WardrobePosts: 25,217Chief of Staff
    Just watched The Shawshank Redemption, again, a truly great film, a must see for all film fans.
    YNWA 96
  • 007_nich007_nich Posts: 24MI6 Agent
    Funny as it may seem, the last film I saw was actually a 007 film; A View To A Kill. :S
  • scaramanga1scaramanga1 The English RivieraPosts: 840Chief of Staff
    I just watched Taking Lives on DVD starring Angelina Jolie, Ethan Hawke, and Kieffer Sutherland. An interesting thriller that is almost in the mold of Seven, but with Jolie as an FBI agent. Hot on the tracks of a serial killer -this film is full of the usual cliches -but I still enjoyed it -and as a bonus you get to see Jolie's breasts! ;) The twist at the end is good though. :)
  • Sir_Miles_MesservySir_Miles_Messervy MI6 CLASSIFIEDPosts: 113MI6 Agent
    Die Hard starring Bruce Willis was the last film I saw.

    I've seen it many times, and it's one of my favorites. I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a good action movie.

    Alan Rickman is superb as the villain.
  • The BaronThe Baron Posts: 66MI6 Agent
    Last night I watched Dr No. Its been a bit since I watched a Bond flick, might as well start from where it began.
  • Sir MilesSir Miles The Wrong Side Of The WardrobePosts: 25,217Chief of Staff
    Quoting scaramanga1:
    and as a bonus you get to see Jolie's breasts! ;) The twist at the end is good though. :)

    Errr ?:) I errr....... No, better leave it ;)
    YNWA 96
  • scaramanga1scaramanga1 The English RivieraPosts: 840Chief of Staff
    Quoting Sir Miles:
    Quoting Sir Miles:
    Quoting scaramanga1:
    and as a bonus you get to see Jolie's breasts! ;) The twist at the end is good though. :)

    Errr ?:) I errr....... No, better leave it ;)

    oops! I didn't realise I'd written such an innuendo! ;) I meant the end of the film! 8-)
  • AlexAlex The Eastern SeaboardPosts: 2,695MI6 Agent
    edited September 2004
    Just watched The Assasination Bureau, with Telly Savalas, Dame Diana Rigg, and Oliver Reed.
  • The BaronThe Baron Posts: 66MI6 Agent
    I saw the original Ocean's Eleven. Sadly I saw the 2001 version 1st.Great classic flick.The only thing better about the 2nd movie is the newer hotels, and the planning involved for robbing the casinos. Much better than Dean Martin wearing a bandana sand simply saying "stick em' up!" But I really enjoyed the original version.
  • one night standone night stand Posts: 127MI6 Agent
    I finally saw the two Kill Bill movies last week. They were unbelievable. I put the first one in at ten o clock figuring to watch the second one on the next day, but I ended popping in number two. That shows how much I was addicted to it.
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