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    Edward Scissorhands. My girlfriend got it on DVD for me for Christmas. It's not the first time I've seen it, nor will it be the last, it's still awesome.
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    rise of the planet of the apes - really, really liked it. Enough little nods to keep the fans happy but wasn't bogged down by them.

    Indianna Jones and the Kingdom of the crystal skull - I fell asleep and missed about 45 minutes so may have to watch it again, but wasnt overly impressed.
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    If you missed the end, it was probably a better film than if you'd seen it.
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    no I missed the middle bit. One minute they Cate Blanchett was stealing a metal box, the next minute everyone's at a campsite and John Hurt has suddenly appeared!
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    Even John Hurt couldn't save that travesty of a film.
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    Green Lantern: dug it

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    Red Riding Hood: dug it until the underwhelming ending

    No Strings Attached: hilarious
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    I didn't think anything with Gary Oldman could suck until I watched Red Riding Hood. It had a lot of potential but it seemed like it just gave up on the story at the end.

    The last movie I watched was an Aussie film called Chopper with Eric Bana. It was pretty bad ass. Also based on a true dude. A pretty freaking hardcore true dude. He's just a normal bloke who likes a bit of torture.
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    The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (American version) - really enjoyed it. Better than the Swedish version I think. The swedish one seemed to jump from point to point. I know there is loads to cover from the book, but it wasnt handled well. The American version corrected that. Superb!

    Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows - enjoyable in a switch your brain off kind of way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxximus View Post
    I didn't think anything with Gary Oldman could suck until I watched Red Riding Hood. It had a lot of potential but it seemed like it just gave up on the story at the end.
    Exactly what I was thinking, the story was trucking right along, and then it seemed like were just gonna wrap it up now, here's your wolf kill him. Gary Oldman was all kinds of great as usual though.

    The Mechanic: decent remake, with an absolutely awesome ending. Ben Foster is such an awesome actor.
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