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Seen Harold & Kumar, Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, Speed Racer, Iron Man, Indiana Jones and liked them all. I'm seeing Sex in the City this weekend. I'm a movie buff (Especially action) so I'll probably being seeing a new movie every week this Summer.

 

I can't to see Will Smith in his new movie "Hancock" in June.

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Check out "Son of Rambo" a delightful British

 

film in the vein of Billy Elliot. It will make you laugh

 

and there is one good tear at the end.

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Guest ReturnOfS

>i saw the strangers its pretty good

 

I actally had a free pass to see strangers, but didn't get to see it because the theater was filled to capacity.

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A surprisingly good movie is "The Visitor"

 

Today I saw "Sangre de mi Sangre" {Blood of My Blood) and really enjoyed it. Although it's in Spanish with English sub-titles, it was mostly filmed in New York City. It also features two new great=looking young actors, Armando Hernandez and Jorge Adrian Espindola.

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I rarely go out to movies anymore, but recently rented 'Cloverfield' which actually exceded my expectations in terms of sheer thrills. Take 'Godzilla', 'Blair Witch Project' and 'Friends', put them in a blender, and you've got some fun!

 

La Trix

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Guest ReturnOfS

>I rarely go out to movies anymore, but recently rented

>'Cloverfield' which actually exceded my expectations in terms

>of sheer thrills. Take 'Godzilla', 'Blair Witch Project' and

>'Friends', put them in a blender, and you've got some fun!

>

>La Trix

 

Yeah, I actually had the exact opposite view on Cloverfield. To me and my friends it was "stupid people doing stupid things". I was at the point where I couldn't wait until the monster ate the main characters. The jumpy camera format didn't help me either. Cloverfield was one of those movies where you either love it or hate it, and I was in the hate it column unfortunately. I have to admit, I didn't like Blair Witch project either.

 

Thats just my opinion.

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I'm a big fan of the Indiana Jones flicks and I enjoyed the "Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” very much. Shia LaBoeuf did a great job (no, I'm not gonna give you any plot spoilers here!) and it was good to see Karen Allen back again. The movie was fun and exciting.

 

Being a huge "Sex and the City" fan, I caught one of the first showings on Friday. Surrounded by a horde of Carrie-wannabes, and a whole bunch of gay guys, the film lived up to every fan's expectations. You'll definitely enjoy this film if you were a die hard series fan. Full of terrific fashions and NYC locations, this flick was a lot of fun. Most importantly was Samantha's gorgeous Malibu next door neighbor, Dante, who, without spoiling any of the plot is mostly naked in his scenes screwing a bunch of Hollywood beauties AND is spotted by Samantha taking an outdoor shower while the camera slowly descends upon a great body, and yes, we get a glimpse of what all the fuss is about! Actor Gilles Marini is quite a hunk.

 

There are a bunch of summer blockbusters on the near horizon, "Hancock," "The Dark Knight," "The Happening," and even "Zohan" looks like it could be amusing. After all, if you've seen the subway poster, Adam Sandler looks like he stuffed a melon down his crotch for that spread eagle shot!

 

Enjoy!

 

ED

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that's a pretty open question, not knowing what sorts of films you like.

 

I saw The Fall today and liked it very much, but not as much as I thought I would. The visuals are fairly stunning but the story only so-so.

 

I saw Speed Racer in IMAX. It is lots of filler and really needed an editor very badly. The race sequences sort of go on and on.

 

My friends have had mixed reviews of Indiana Jones. One thought it was terrible and the other liked it enough to see it twice.

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I rarely agree with the reviewers. They've been dumping on Indiana Jones, but I thought it was fun. The reviewers have been hard on Savage Grace, and I can understand why, but I think there is a special connection there for a gay audience.

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Guest Wetnwildbear

Saw SEX IN THE CITY today!

 

It was too GIRRRRRRLLLLLLLFRIEND!!!!!!!!! for Words!

 

Cute, Funny, Fashionable and you finally learn BIG's real name -

 

Would have been happier If we got to see his Dick!

 

BUT -- There was some cute butt shots, plenty of Smith Skin

 

and a hot neighbor whose member makes thick quick appearance!

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I Love Sex and the City the movie, it was so much fun and also so emotionally charged, heart breaking and romantic as hell!, it's basically a fashion and romantic porn for gay and girls!

 

Indiana Jones was good, not great, it was very enjoyable, but a bit predictable, and lack some magic from the previous entries. I missed the surprise elements you get from the other films, like the giant rock balls rolling, eating monkey brains, and the holy grail cup. This one is just lack of an iconic scene that get people talking.

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RE: Movies... WALL E !

 

I just saw this wonderful creation tonite. Disney and Pixar made a animated love story between a trash compacter and a space alien all the while making commentary on our fucked-up society. Who would da thunk,? Pure brilliance.

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RE: Movies... WALL E !

 

>I just saw this wonderful creation tonite. Disney and Pixar

>made a animated love story between a trash compacter and a

>space alien all the while making commentary on our fucked-up

>society. Who would da thunk,? Pure brilliance.

 

 

 

A VERY BIG PUSH is starting to get WALL E a nomination for BEST PICTURE. That would be the FIRST since BEAUTY & THE BEAST and FIRST since Feature Length Animation got it's own award at the Oscars.

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I really liked Wall-E as well, and highly recommend it.

 

But the movie I've been most surprised by was Wanted. If you can't get into Dark Knight next weekend please consider Wanted. It's surprisingly refreshing by feeling fairly non-Hollywood--though it also has great action scenes.

 

I'd like to see Universal rewarded for being daring with Wanted, maybe they'll finally see a little originality has better potential upside than pumping out the same old dreck again and again (Hulk, for example...).

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RE: Movies... WALL E !

 

I was completely bowled over by this picture. The charming character of WALL-E and the cleverness of the story made me forget I was watching animation until about an hour or so into it when the humans appeared.

This is probably the best picture I have seen this year.

I highly recommend it.

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Grrrr!!! I can't edit my post :( Anyways here is the link to the movie I saw when I was in PDX http://www.bloodline-themovie.com/ I would have put it in my orig post but I was doing what Daddy (Daddy from the site and Boobers) and was out enjoying the wonderful weather since it was a nice day and I had absolutely no work day jobs and escorting. I was unaware that many thought or think that Jesus didn't die on the cross and was married. Really good movie and looking forward to what will come of the research being done.

 

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Guest CURIOUS35

>I Love Sex and the City the movie, it was so much fun and

>also so emotionally charged, heart breaking and romantic as

>hell!, it's basically a fashion and romantic porn for gay and

>girls!

>

:-) :-) :-) :-)

A gay critic said without hesitation that he can bet his retirement fund, that gay men will be outnumbering the str8 men in the movie house! I said to myself.[/i] "Duh!! [/i]:)

 

:7 :7 :7 :7 :7

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