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The last movie you watched?


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What was the last movie you last watched either on TV, Cinema or Dvd.

I watched last night on DVD


Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

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-Avengers in cinema: So stupid it was funny. A plane crashing and buildings crashing down around it, as it hits the ground there is a big explosion. The pilots unbuckle, get out and start running towards a tower. Very fun movie, it wasn't stupid in a bad way, just a playful fun way. Scarlett Johansen doesn't hurt either ;)
-Syriana on DVD: A good watch, also very frustrating to think the events are real.
-Paranormal activity 2 on TV: It's ok, but nothing special.

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Cinema - Tintin (was a while ago now!): Great escapism film, and the 3D worked pretty well in places DVD - Source Code: Interesting film, although a little silly in places TV - Crazy Heart : Jeff Bridges is fricking awesome!

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I just came back from Iron Sky. It's kinda bumpy ride - infantile moments mix with excellent ones. Great satire of USA, that's always a pleasant thing to see :)
And execution is pretty much flawless. It's really great to see that independent movie can look just as good as hollywood productions. CGI looks great and there's no sense that they had to limit themselves in any way.

I'm really considering seeing this one again, just so that they make more money and in future more movies like this pop up. And by "like this" I mean movie that's not subject to MPAA censorship, that is clearly creative vision of director, not something done at whim of fat idiot in big chair in production company.
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Ticking Clock, it was a pretty OK movie. About a timetravller

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Cinema - The Hunger Games (Thought it was ok, but nothing special. I never read the books though.)
DVD - Apocalypse Now (This is one of my favorite movies, so I was just watching it again for fun.)
TV - World's Greatest Dad (Easily the most screwed-up dark comedy I've seen in a while, which is not necessarily a bad thing :D )
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In Time - takes place in the near future a few years after a cure for aging was discovered and given to everyone so they live forever; however, the elite group of influential people realized the Earth does not have enough resources to sustain everyone living forever so they instituted "time currency" to replace the old money system where people have to work to earn "time" otherwise they would just drop dead in daylight in front of people. Very surreal. The wealthiest people each had tens of thousands of years of time remaining while the very poorest only had an hour or two left and they can't afford to sleep so they just keep on working to avoid running out of time currency. So, this movie was about a young man who thought the whole system wasn't fair so he robbed "time banks" and gave everyone hundreds of days worth of the time currency. I was impressed with the originality of this concept although some portions of the plot needed some work.
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Star Trek VI: Generations.
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Edited by Saradus, 29 April 2012 - 12:55 AM.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtHM77IRkus


Thats the most weirdest and funniest version of Star Trek type Movie i've seen.
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Thats the most weirdest and funniest version of Star Trek type Movie i've seen.


I know, it's hilarious! I saw it before, a long time ago, but read something about it a couple of days back and decided to re-watch it. Plus anything that involves Alan Rickman is guaranteed to be awesome :p

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Idiocrocy It was interesting, but depressing to watch

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Currently watching Star Trek VIII: First Contact. Finished watching it now.

Edited by Time_Traveller, 04 May 2012 - 12:12 PM.

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Watching Star Trek IX: Insurrection.
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Watching Star Trek IX: Insurrection.


Going on a Trekie marathon, eh?
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just watched the first starship troopers. I liked it a lot. Very playful and riddled with intentional mistakes.

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The Green Planet..it is an awesome movie
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Just watched "In the Loop." Most creative swearing I've ever seen. Bar none.
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Watching Star Trek IX: Insurrection.


Going on a Trekie marathon, eh?


Yeah watched the last one yesterday Star Trek:Nemesis.

Now onto my Star Trek: DS9 Collection.
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Avengers. It was OK - but the climactic battle against the aliens who came through the spacial rift (what were they called?) was so familiar, I kept thinking I was watching Transformers: Dark of the Moon again...




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