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    I watched "Swimming pool" last night and my first reaction was Whooaaa....ludivine sagnier has got it goin on!
    This is the first time i have seen her work and i must say i warmed to her very quickly,i have her down as one to watch from now on .
    Charlotte rampling was ok to i guess ,highly recomended to fans of movies with a european feel to them.

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    Just watched the Canadian release of Brotherhood Of The Wolf. The version which is not cut... Man the additional parts certainly add more depth to the film, and fill quite a few plot holes.

    The dts mix is sensational, and the story is still intriguing for an action film set a few hundred years ago

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    Just finished the 2 disc SE of A Bridge Too Far. Read reports that dished on this film, but I was impressed by the scale of this often spectacular recreation of a WW2 Allied failure. Commentaries and a couple of brief-ish documentaries helped put the film in context. Personally, this is probably the Attenborough-directed movie that affects me most: fine sense of wartime madness and honour, rre examination of "defeat", and historical accuracy (as much as possible) in presenting the disastrous folly of Arnhem. For pure production logistics, this was most impressive. Haven't seen too many war films so dedicated to how and why it went wrong for the Allies (in this one instance).

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    I was one that wasn't keen on A Bridge Too Far; but that is because I prefer to follow a small squadron into battle like Das Boot; Platoon etc.. Too much happening for my tastes - but it was good to see that it wasn't the typical we win, our casualties have heroic deaths etc

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    Just watched Birthday Girl with Nicole Kidman in it. An Australian making it big in America and filming an English movie as a Russian - sounds more like the start to one of Whizz's jokes than a movie!

    Seriously, I thought it was very good, quite different, and Nicole certainly pulled off the Russian part quite well...

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    and the Frenchmen - Vincent Cassel, and the other dude from Amelie (, playing Russians with an attempted russian accent.... (just need an irishman and a cliff or aeroplane )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsargrad
    and the Frenchmen - Vincent Cassel, and the other dude from Amelie (, playing Russians with an attempted russian accent.... (just need an irishman and a cliff or aeroplane )


    Mathieu Kassovitz is his name Tsargrad . He also directed the excellent thriller(which starred Jean Reno and Vincent Cassell) Crimson River.

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    Yes that's his name. Thanks for that.. Was bout to hit iMDB for it as it was bugging me.

    Whilst I didn' like Birthday Girl much - there was no denying the talent they got lined up for the film..

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    Thumbs up

    I watched a couple of films last night(couldn't sleep because of the rather warm weather we have been experiencing here in melbourne ).

    1st up- Enigma - watched this on Pay Tv - thought it was quite good and will probably pick up the dvd(I believe you can get it for about $12 or so- Magna Pacific who are known for there cheap price titles like Cube,Point Break with the DTS track etc).

    The DVD I watched was a excellent little film which played in cinemas here a couple of months back called Raising Victor Vargas . One of the best films of 2003 - it is already out on DVD in R1, I believe it may be out sometime early 2004(according to michaeld as a rental), one that I would recommend - the performances by all(it is a small cast- basically all unknowns) is excellent- probably a contender for film of the week for me.

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    haven`t watched any movies this week as yet...but did catch up with my tapeing and watched last weeks kingpin...not to bad, it`s definitely not sopranos but it does have the potential to be good, l`ll watch some more shows to see if it starts to grab me

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvder
    haven`t watched any movies this week as yet...but did catch up with my tapeing and watched last weeks kingpin...not to bad, it`s definitely not sopranos but it does have the potential to be good, l`ll watch some more shows to see if it starts to grab me
    It better start to grab you soon - there were only 6 episodes ever made. After tonight there is only "The Odd Couple" and "Gimme Shelter" left to screen.

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    Just finished watching the r1 of the Dennis Hopper directed Colors. Not quite as effective as I remembered it, but still quite potent and interesting as one of Hollywood's first mainstream attempts to treat the seeming epidemic of LA gang violence. I couldn't help but feel though that the promising sociology was put in service of a familiar buddy-movie about two cops as the film tried to balance both approaches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozeagle
    It better start to grab you soon - there were only 6 episodes ever made. After tonight there is only "The Odd Couple" and "Gimme Shelter" left to screen.

    well crap...thats a short series, l thought it was one of those summer series to see if it`s worth putting on for ratings....well l`ll be p*ssed if l got to sucked in to find out there was only six shows
    that happened to me l got sucked into watching American Gothic and it got axed after one season.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvd Drifter
    Just finished watching the r1 of the Dennis Hopper directed Colors. Not quite as effective as I remembered it, but still quite potent and interesting as one of Hollywood's first mainstream attempts to treat the seeming epidemic of LA gang violence. I couldn't help but feel though that the promising sociology was put in service of a familiar buddy-movie about two cops as the film tried to balance both approaches.

    is that the one with sean penn (?) in it...remember seeing it many years ago at the drive in...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvder
    is that the one with sean penn (?) in it...remember seeing it many years ago at the drive in...
    Yep thats the one(also stars Robert Duvall).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost_hunter
    Yep thats the one(also stars Robert Duvall).
    yep didn`t mind it...but then again there`s films l thought were real good and l`ve gone out and brought it and when l`ve watched it l haven`t liked it all these years later...

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    Just got through another r1 - Ralph Bakshi's marvellous 1972 animated feature Fritz the Cat. I know underground cartoonist Robert Crumb detests the movie (it reminds me to see that odd doco Crumb again) but I found it hilarious and a nice slice of late 1960s counter-culture. This one proved as good as I remembered.

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    I just saw Return of The King, but am saying nothing - in case any synics think I am giving a spoiler by saying anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsargrad
    I just saw Return of The King, but am saying nothing - in case any synics think I am giving a spoiler by saying anything
    How did you manage that tsargrad? Was there some competition and you won tickets to it or something???

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    Yeah the MMM Freq Club

    They didn't have the air conditioning on in the cinema though. Was hotter than Maggie Gyllenhaal's ass.

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