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    "The Cell" by Tarsem Singh ( 2000)
    cast : Vincent d' Onofrio , Vince Vaughn , Jennifer Lopez , Patrick Bauchau

    Amazing story and a great performance of V. d' Onofrio like a serial killer deep fallen into a irreversible coma .
    one and only solution to save his last victim : A risked trip into his tortured subconscious
    A big image creativity : desert scenes , the horse cut , the first meeting d' Onofrio/Lopez incredible scene , suspended killer above the chlorined corpse ...
    The voyages of J. Lopez leave traces .

  • #2
    Mission Impossible : Ghost Protocol. I am a fan of the original series and like some of the movies but this one was really good.
    Awesome effects and lots of action makes this one a winner.
    Do what thou will shall be the whole of the law


    • #3
      Just seen Prometheus a very good film, I will have to see it again as there is so much to it that I'm sure there's a lot I missed.

      I've seen 29 films this year (I won't bore you with the details of all of them), but the ones I've enjoyed most were :

      The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
      John Carter (ignore the critics, It's A LOT better than reviewed)
      The Woman In Black
      The Avengers
      Cabin In The Wood
      Men In Black 3

      Looking forward to:

      The Amazing Spiderman (to an extent, I'm not a huge fan of the earlier films)
      The Dark Knight Rises (obviously!)
      Ice Age 4
      The Bourne Legacy (maybe)
      The Hobbit Part 1
      My name is Lucifer please take my hand.


      • #4
        Just saw Prometheus. Spectacular first half but a 2nd half that leaves you wondering if the writer just gave up and said fuck it.
        "I don't care which god you follow, whose promises you swallow" - Ronnie James Dio!


        • #5

          A huge dissapointment.... Moved on waaaaaaay too slow... The final 5 minutes was good but that was pretty much it. The 3D worked pretty well though.
          It was pretty much nothing but a slow paced set up for the Alien saga, but Scott really lost the ball with all of the pseudo philosophy crap.

          Oh and Noomi Rapace was just damn awful...her british accent was out loud laughable. That bitch couldn't act even if her life depended on it. Idris Elba was great as usual and Charlize Theron was pretty good, but left too much in the background.



          • #6
            I was bored last night, so I watched Friday The 13th Part 4. I forgot just how good this one was.
            "Dumb Ass" Red Foreman That 70's Show


            • #7
              Re watched " American History X " : always the same pleasure to see the Derek ' s redemption .


              • #8
                Evil Dead 2 of my favorite movies
                Do what thou will shall be the whole of the law


                • #9
                  ^ I liked Evil Dead 2 but for me the first was better. Not as much comedy in it. Of course really I guess you could say there was many comic moments. The second was just a bit too 3 stooges for me. Still a very good sequel.
                  "Dumb Ass" Red Foreman That 70's Show


                  • #10

                    Love both ED 1 & 2 but I get what you're saying...

                    Just picked up the 2 disc Blu Ray of NCFOM...
                    Its even more fucking epic on Blu Ray...

                    The best blueberry muffins I ever had landed 6 people in prison, three for life.


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Thelemech View Post
                      Evil Dead 2 of my favorite movies
                      1000 % agree

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                      " The Way Back " of Peter Weir

                      with Ed Harris and Colin Farrell
                      A great Epic movie . started with an escape of prisoners from a soviet gulag to India
                      Ed Harris 's perfect .

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                      " The Debt " by John Madden ( 2011 )

                      In 1965, Mossad agent Rachel Singer (Jessica Chastain/Helen Mirren ) arrives in East Berlin to meet with fellow agents David Peretz (Sam Worthington) and Stefan Gold (Marton Csokas). Their mission is to capture Nazi war criminal Dieter Vogel (Jesper Christensen) – infamously known as "The Surgeon of Birkenau" for his horrific pseudo-medical experiments on Jews during World War II – and bring him to Israel to face justice.

                      Fantastic ! and I love Helen Mirren ( Caligula , Excalibur ... )
                      Last edited by TYR66; 06-18-2012, 11:17 AM.


                      • #12
                        Just seen Rock Of Ages. Not brilliant by any means but I've seen worse ... the Soundtrack Album should be good.

                        Very simple plot ... basically just links between the songs. And although there was a lot of crap hair metal music back in the 80s, they have actually managed to select mostly good ones ... for instance I'm not a big fan of Bon Jovi but I did like Wanted Dead or Alive and that's the Bon Jovi song they use. The renditions of the songs by the actors were perfectly acceptable.
                        My name is Lucifer please take my hand.


                        • #13
                          Watched Cannibal Holocaust and i fucking loved it! All it needed more was some Black Sabbath in the sound track...
                          Still I wonder what its like to be loved, instead of hiding in myself...


                          • #14
                            Hobo With A Shotgun starring Rutger Hauer - was pretty violent ; a 6.5 out of ten.
                            Do what thou will shall be the whole of the law


                            • #15
                              Hell Driver ( 2011 ) with Nicolas Cage , William Fichtner, David Morse and the very hot Amber Heard and Charlotte Ross

                              Action , Violence , Gunfight , erotic bimbos , everything for a good soiree .
                              Fichtner appears in a impeccable sobriety . The scene of the evening after the bar 'is certainly not to miss !
                              in line with the movie- cult Machete