What is the best movie/film you have seen lately?

Posted by: Stiffler [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: February 15, 2005 03:48AM
Just saw Man On Fire. Very cool flick.
Posted by: Anonymous [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: February 17, 2005 01:31AM
"Hot Chicks on Dope" really good plot and great acting. The continuity was amazing, each fuck blended seamlessly into the next one. Really brilliant script.
Posted by: katalyst [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: September 02, 2005 10:11AM
donnie darko. ive seen it probs around 5 times and still learning exactly what it all means. very deep and interesting movie. props to memento as well.
Posted by: foible [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: September 10, 2005 01:38AM
Napoleon Dynamite wasn't bad...a couple of good lines: "So you got my back and everything?", and "Who else knows illegal ninja moves from the government?"

From recent viewings though, my vote's for Capturing the Friedmans.

Katalyst, I know you've been a plus613er for a while, and I don't disagree with most of your sentiments, but I have to say I thought Donnie Darko was psuedo-philosophical tripe.

Going to see Grizzly Man tomorrow. Heard good stuff about this Herzog documentary.
Posted by: John_Stone [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: January 25, 2006 09:47PM
Star Wreck. Less for the acting and plot, but the fact it was a bunch of geeks who put it together for free, then released it on the net: www.starwreck.com
Posted by: John_Stone [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: January 25, 2006 09:47PM
If you like Herzog, look for =Aguirre: Wrath of God= . Classic, insane, historical.
Posted by: shaDEz [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: January 26, 2006 03:01AM
Hostel was a good flick i recomend it for the whole family
Posted by: Anonymous [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: January 28, 2006 03:08AM
Cinderella Man, Seabiscuit and Apollo 13. What can I say. I'm a Ron Howard fan......

Posted by: Anonymous [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: January 29, 2006 12:33PM
Oops. I don't think Seabiscuit was Ron Howard. Damn, now I've got to go watch the f'ing thing....
Posted by: fossil_digger [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: January 31, 2006 04:11PM
forest gump, braveheart, gladiator, dances with wolves,
Posted by: shaDEz [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: February 04, 2006 06:35AM
if you like forest gump check out the terminal tom hanks is a hell of an actor
Posted by: pro_junior [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: February 05, 2006 05:28AM
I agree, I've enjoyed most of his movies...I especially liked 'The Green Mile'
Posted by: fossil_digger [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: February 05, 2006 11:53PM
if forest gump doesn't make you cry at least 3 times, you have no feelings
Posted by: tribucian [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: February 06, 2006 03:56PM
Recently I have been going through the complete series of "Stargateconfused smileyG1" up to the end of season 4. As for movies, I received a DVD at Christmas of the movie "Gettysburg." It is more than five years old; yes, but it is a very powerful movie. The extras on the DVD were also great.
Posted by: shaDEz [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: February 09, 2006 08:57PM
check out =I heart Hukabees= and =What the Bleep Do We Know= some pretty cool shit in those
Posted by: pulse [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: February 20, 2006 02:17PM
Saw Jarhead at the movies yesterday. Pretty pointless..
Posted by: pro_junior [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: February 20, 2006 05:20PM
pulse, you mentioned requiem for a dream earlier, i watched it a couple days ago, great movie...i think maybe they should show it to the stoner kids in high schools...anyway, thanks for recommending it
Posted by: shaDEz [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: February 20, 2006 06:51PM
yep arinofski actually recommended that himself, also check out his other movies =Pi= and =Cube=
Posted by: Anonymous [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: February 21, 2006 01:33AM
In addition to the Ron Howard stuff (and the stuff that strikes a similar narrative stance that I misidentified) I like "The Natural" too. It's a little bit "Capra-esque" but that's OK....
Posted by: Hans [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: March 06, 2006 12:32PM
I liked the sopranos!

Posted by: katalyst [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: April 06, 2006 09:38AM
i recently watched v for vendetta. really good flick..definately not what i expected it to be...quite relevant i believe to the whole terrorist / campaign of fear tactics used in the modern world atm. i love been pleasantly suprised by movies that i initally thought would be yet another cheesy crock of hollywood (ie ultraviolet...what a pos)
Posted by: brokntoad [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: April 07, 2006 07:38PM
Posted by: shaDEz [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: April 08, 2006 03:12AM
i hear natalie portman is shaved in that movie...
Posted by: pro_junior [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: April 09, 2006 04:29AM
watched 'crash' today...pretty good movie, definately not predictable...
Posted by: brokntoad [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: April 09, 2006 12:01PM
"crash" was awesome... one of my all time favorites.
Posted by: shaDEz [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: April 13, 2006 01:13PM
curse of the warerabbit i just downed 5 or 6 beers and the shit was great
Posted by: pro_junior [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: April 24, 2006 03:26AM
it was pretty funny at times...worth having a look...
Posted by: shaDEz [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: April 25, 2006 01:23AM
i watched sirent hirr yesturday pretty fucking cool at the end of it all the xtians get ripped to shreads by barbed wire
Posted by: Anonymous [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: May 08, 2006 10:00PM
Posted by: shaDEz [x] - (69.4.122.---)
Date: June 15, 2006 07:56AM
aug 18 =snakes on planes= watch it
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