Discussion in 'Off Topic Area' started by aikiMac, Jan 17, 2007.
Leaving Las Vegas by Mike Figgis with Nicholas Cage is a great film too,remember that moving me.
Yea, I really liked that black and white one with the strange barber.
You know when Clooney started singing that song .. i felt like i wanted to go pop. That film is based on The Odessey, classic stuff.. Oh and those bathing ladies. Fires in bathouses .
It was the film that made me realise Clooney is actually a good actor.He hasn't done bad for himself really,proving he his more than your average "Hollywood Hunk" type actor.
Ditto. I'd always thought of him as just another Hollywood 'pretty boy' until I saw that film. It completely changed my opinion of him.
Nah, the movie that changed George Clooney from ER pretty boy to bona fide actor was "From Dusk Till Dawn". Of course he let the world down with "Batmanand Robin"... :cry:
I never saw that one, so the momentous event passed me by at the time.
Do you mean this one ?
Oh man, you owe me 90 seconds of my life back.
Awww, is that not the most memorable movie you have ever seen? Tell me that you will be able to forget it! Go on, try to say that you'll forget that movie!
Imagine seeing it in college, in the dorm's common TV room, with plenty of pizza and soda, as part of a triple-feature with "Porklips Now." Oh ya, those were the days. :love:
I'm all nostaglic now. :cry:
hmmm ... Rocky
House of Flying Daggers
The Last Samurai
Million Dollar Baby
will edit in more
That really was soo good
And bambis wardrobe was impeccably well done!
I daren't look at this link at work.
It's teh p0rn0, right?
An episode in "24" Season 5 -
[EXPAND="Where someone dies..."]Edgar Styles dies in front of his colleagues who are safe in a sealed room when terrorists launch a nerve gas attack on CTU...[/EXPAND]
...and instead of the usual pips counting down the final few seconds of that hour there is deathly silence... I sat there almost welling up with tears, but managed to man it out.
No no no no no. Godzilla. Bambi. Squish. Flat Bambi.
The credits are longer than the body of the film!
Kill Bill, check 1 - check 2.
And of course both KB I and II have Mr Liu in. :love:
I do like the 2nd one better (I think) simply due to there being KF in.I think the garden scene in part I between Lucy Liu and Uma is awesome though,with the snow and the noise of the deer scarer.
The Lake House
shocker, Keanu can actually act! & Sandra Bullock is brilliant as always
Death Rides A Horse. Of the best revenge movies I ever saw as a youngster.
The music is haunting too.
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