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PostPosted: Saturday 9 January 2010 1:57:49pm 
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Just saw Avatar. One of the Best. Movies. Ever. I am definitely going to see it again. And again. And again.

Sure, there might parts that are definitely predictable, but I think that made it even grander. I am definitely going to add this to my collection.

(Didn't get to see it in 3D, though. Our theater might be cheap, but it still sucks.)


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PostPosted: Wednesday 20 January 2010 2:25:54pm 
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Saw Avatar. I absolutely adored it! Such great graphics, and that wasn't even in 3D! I recommend it.


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PostPosted: Monday 25 January 2010 5:56:28pm 
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Saw Toy Story 2 3D, I'd forgotten just how good those movies were.


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PostPosted: Friday 12 March 2010 11:59:52am 
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Went and saw Alice In Wonderland. Found it extremely different from the book, but I enjoyed it! Definitely for more of a younger audience, but I think there are some aspects that older people can find interesting.
Johnny Depp did really well as the Mad Hatter, too!


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PostPosted: Sunday 14 March 2010 4:46:08am 
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^ That's because it's a sequel to the book. ;) I saw it in IMAX 3-D last week and absolutely loved it! There are definitely aspects for all ages. It's my new favorite movie. :grin:


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PostPosted: Sunday 14 March 2010 2:05:22pm 
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Yeah, its based on the two books but I think its a new story, not sure never actually read Through the Looking Glass and it does mention it in the credits so it might be closer to that one.

Anyways, I saw it twice in 3D so far, wonderful film, Stephen Fry as the Cheshire Cat completely stole the show for me, him and Alan Rickman (Snape) as the Catterpiller were a brilliant piece of casting.

I want a Bandersnatch, he was so cute right from the start even when he was trying to evil.


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PostPosted: Tuesday 16 March 2010 10:27:44pm 
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I'm going to see Alice with Duckie on Friday, and I'm so excited! It has so many of my favorite actors and actresses in it.


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PostPosted: Saturday 20 March 2010 1:04:12pm 
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I can safely say its definately a sequel to both books for I have just bought all 3 books. Not read them yet, oh and the soundtrack and Almost Alice CDs are wonderful.


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PostPosted: Friday 2 April 2010 11:25:15am 
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Man, that is one epic movie! :D

and Alice was pretty good too, I love JD soo much.
and Law Abiding Citizen was a great film too.


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PostPosted: Friday 9 April 2010 6:47:51am 
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Ii just saw 'How to Train Your Dragon' and it's the best animated movie I've seen in a LONG time. So great! Chris Sanders really did a great job, I liked it as much as Lilo and Stitch. ^^ Also, Toothless=love!

I also saw Clash of the Titians the other day and thought it sucked....bad. I mean, okay. I guess it wasn't bad. I just wouldn't have called it good, either...:|


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PostPosted: Saturday 10 April 2010 9:43:37am 
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I saw Clash of the Titans and I thought it was great :grin:

Nanny MacPhee wasn't so good though, it sucks compared to the first cos the magic in the first was funny and only the family noticed properly, but the magic in the second was just stupid and everyone should have noticed but noone seemed to which made it even more stupid. Her insistance with the name and that stupid bird were irritating too. Its like they were trying to hard after the success of the first.

How To Train Your Dragon was properly brilliant, I love Toothless! I love all the dragons, love it when he reads the viking book on dragons, that was really funny.

The Blindside is a brilliant film too, I went cos my sis is a Sandra Bullock fan, was a bit worried I might not like it with it not being a funny fiilm but it turned out to be amazing. Its a true story too by the looks of the real family photos in the credits.


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PostPosted: Monday 7 June 2010 1:01:13am 
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I recently went to see How to Train Your Dragon and thought that it was wonderful. I also went to see Nightmare on Elm St and was scared out of my mind. Strange combo right?


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PostPosted: Sunday 13 June 2010 1:45:01pm 
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Fantastic Mr. Fox. Really liked the movie. And yes, it came out on DVD weeks ago, but I just saw it in a theater. I really enjoyed the humor within it.


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PostPosted: Saturday 19 June 2010 11:09:41am 
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Prince of Persia and Robin Hood were good, also saw Street Dance 3D and I can't remember what else, I go to the cinema alot :)


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PostPosted: Sunday 20 June 2010 4:12:33am 
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Just took the kids to see Toy Story 3. It was funny. I also just watched Daybreakers, it was also a good movie.


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