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    I've only seen the first one so far but it was good. Ordered the quadrilogy off Amazon last night so should be able to watch the rest soon too. My friends are pretty geeky so I think nearly all of them have seen them haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedFae View Post
    My god I wish I was that good at French!! I love pans labyrinth, but I have to have the subtitles on... And we had movie night last night and lost the tv remote so we had to go and buy another one after gutting the room searching for it. Boo!!
    Watched the new x-men last night. Even without good knowledge of the rest of the series as I last watched years ago it is really good!
    I'm assuming that bit was to me?
    lol I'm not that good couldn't hold a conversation to save my life but I can understand it and it was fairly easy to pick up on what they were saying just from watching what was happening on the screen
    I love Pan's Labyrinth definitely one of my favourite foreign language films
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    Goodnight Mr Tom with my Aunt I haven't seen it in ages. Such a good film, makes me tear up though :\ doesn't make me cry though, not like Artificial Intelligence, such a sad film!
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    101 Dalmatians - 9/10.

    Love it but it makes me cry every time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SakuraChan View Post
    101 Dalmatians - 9/10.

    Love it but it makes me cry every time!
    Definitely agree with the rating, but what bit makes you cry? It's such a great movie though, I love Glenn Close.
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    Law Abiding Citizen such an awesome film, gotta love Gerard Butler
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    Quote Originally Posted by soph_17 View Post
    Definitely agree with the rating, but what bit makes you cry? It's such a great movie though, I love Glenn Close.
    All of it! When the puppies get stolen, when the cows/horses/other farm animals protect them, and the bit at the end where that big dog takes Lucky home. Lol, I always cry at Disney films

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    thank you guys

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    Aww, I nearly always tear up when Lucky comes back, but i'm awful with Disney films too . I keep crying at Wall-E!
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    2001: a Space Odyssey. 5/10

    Meh, I guess I wasn't in the mood for it, found it really boring. The end still makes no sense unless you've read the book, and even then it's a bit wtf?
    I still love some aspects of it, like when the air (space?) stewardess walks up the wall in her "grip shoes" lol.
    The famous "revolutionary jump-cut"? I think it's rubbish. Would have been better if the spaceship he cut to was at the same angle as the bone he cut away from, but hey.
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