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Looking for a good zombie movie. I've seen all of George A Romero's, and all of the remakes. Ive seen Zombieland and Return of the living dead. I'm interested in Fido, but the torrent I downloaded didnt work. Any suggestions?

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I'm not sure if it's in theaters still but i highly suggest seeing "The Master" by PT Anderson!!! It is a movie unlike any other!


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Sylvia's a nice biopic if you've ever read anything by Plath. I studied a short story of hers amongst others at GCSE level, and I think I might borrow the Bell Jar from the library now.



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I've watched a few movies over the past couple of days.

 

  • Death Proof - Tarantino's simplest and most cohesive movie. Doesn't shine as bright as Inglourious Basterds or Pulp Fiction, but it's still a blast to watch.
  • The Campaign - Never a dull moment. The laughs are consistent and strong. Good for a weekend if you have 85 minutes to spare and nothing to do.
  • Jack Reacher - I saw this in lieu of Django Unchained, a film I've been eagerly looking forward to since April 2011. I was caught in the theater and forced to move to this film. Do not see this movie. It's your standard "white guy in nonspecific urban city setting getting into unrealistically sleek car chases and gunfights and hacking into computers and punching bad guys" film.
  • The Blues Brothers - I'm a little late on this one, I watched it for my first time today. Great movie.
  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower - If you are a teenager and you have not seen this film, you are doing something wrong. My favorite film on this list, and possibly my favorite of the decade so far.
  • Ted - Seth MacFarlane really scored with this one. Miles better than Family Guy.
  • The Room - hahahahahaha, oh man


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august rush...one of the best film i have seen :)


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World's Greatest Dad and God Bless America are two Bobcat Goldthwait films I've seen recently and they're amazing. DON'T READ WHAT THEY'RE ABOUT! They're more fun if you don't know :) And maybe see God Bless America first; it's just better that way.



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Serbian Film was some fucked up shit man. I regret watching that film.



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The Room - hahahahahaha, oh man
Oh dear. You watched The Room? :lol: I bet that was an interesting experience. "You are tearing me apart, Lisa!"

Anyway, I just saw Les Misérables and The Hobbit. I liked both and would definitely recommend seeing them, but I was frustrated with all the stuff that got added and changed in The Hobbit.

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I watched American Reunion the other day. Decent, if you're a fan of the other movies.

 

Oh dear. You watched The Room? :lol: I bet that was an interesting experience. "You are tearing me apart, Lisa!"

 

Very. That movie's infinitely entertaining when you watch it with a group of friends. "You are not good, you, you are just a chicken, cheep cheep cheep cheep!"



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The Impossible, about a British family who manage to find each other after again after they get separated during the Boxing Day 2004 Tsunami in Thailand. It's a pretty gripping film.



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I recently watched a movie called "One Day", I highly recommend it, it's a good story and I liked the way the movie develops. Plus Anne Hathaway is in it.



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Super 8 

Road to El Dorado(probably my favourtie from Dreamworks  :wub: )

How to Train your Dragon

Up

Lord of the Rings trilogy

Batman Trilogy

Back to the Future trilogy 

Edward Scissorhands

Sweeney Todd 

Forrest Gump

The Emperor's New Groove

Dumb and Dumber

Slumdog Millionaire

 

I watch too many movies  :lol:  but that's all I can think of so far :) 



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The Royal Tenenbaums is a sweet movie.

Lost in Translation also.



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Saw a good film on tv last night - Fracture with Anthony Hopkins.  Was a really interesting watch and would recommend it.

 

Also Ted - can't believe it's taken me this long to watch it but it's so funny (esp if you love Family Guy)



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Last good one I saw was "Stay" with Ryan Gosling and Ewan McGregor.. 

 

It's kinda of a psychological one. It's quite slow to begin with but it's as if it hypnotises you into wanting to watch it to find out what's a dream/reality or just what the hell is going on in the first place. Camerwork is a mindfuck. Good cos it's hypnotising :P



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The Amazing Spider-Man: Much better than the other 3 movies



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I strongly warn against watching Miss March. Literally nothing going for it, one of the worst movies I've ever seen.




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