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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    I watched The Spirit.

    Samuel L. Jackson's best movie, hands down.
    I can not endorse this review. I couldn't even finish The Spirit.
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    And now I watched Bedtime Stories.

    Along with Happy Gilmore, it was Adam Sandler's best movie by a long shot.

    (Although I would've preferred a spaceship themed hotel.)

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    V For Vendetta - seriously, one of my favourite films.
    Stargate sg-1 season 10 (woot woot, great episodes to watch in there, namely 'company of thieves')
    WWE Raw - wrestling fan from age 12 (plus I'm aussie, so the concept is different to me)
    and watching my brothers Australian Rules football game tomorrow!
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    Default "The Boy in the Stripped Pajamas"

    I've just come out of, "The Boy in the Stripped Pajamas".

    It's a shocking film. I won't tell you the ending 'cause that would spoil it for you.

    In fact it is so shocking, I don't know what to feel or think about it.

    I think it is the juxtaposition of horror and normality that is shocking.

    But I don't know what else to say.
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    The Exterminating Angel

    This movie was very interesting, it's concept is that a group of upper-class aristocrats attend a dinner party, and before it begins, the staff start to leave and don't know why, the guests end up never leaving and fall asleep one-by-one in a totally casual way in the same room they've been in, which most of the movie takes place in. They awake and are confused as to why they are still there yet don't know what they should do about it. Eventually they become distressed and delusional. Very surrealist. It's in Spanish with subtitles and made in the 1960s.

    For some people this is there favorite movie of all time, I can see how that could be.

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    Yes Man -- 5/10
    Somewhat formulaic Jim Carrey film cut from the same cloth as Liar, Liar, but missing the spark that film had. There were a few bright and funny moments, like Carrey's character being tweaked out on Red Bull. The back-alley fight was also rather funny. But, overall it was kind of flat, there seemed to be no real emotional push behind the story. Also, Carrey and his love interest, played by the always-adorable Zooey Deschanel, have no on-screen chemistry, so I just didn't buy into their relationship. The 20-year age difference didn't bother me, they just didn't seem like people who were truly interested in each other; they were simply going through the motions as dictated by the script.
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    Love the "Planet Earth" series by BBC and Discovery
    Planet Earth: The Complete Series [HD DVD]: Amazon.ca: DVD

    And, there's another: "The Blue Planet: Seas of Life"


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    Default "Iron Maiden 666".

    I have just come out of the movie, "Iron Maiden 666". And as I write I am listening to Iron Maiden play, "Fear of the Dark".

    Iron Maiden are gods and we are the tribe.

    They descend from the clouds like the Fhrer.

    Just as the Fhrer descended to the adoring crowds in the propaganda movie, "The Triumph of the Will".

    And like the Fhrer they brook no criticism whatsoever - dissent is verboten.

    So we are caught up in the orgiastic emotion of the crowd.

    Our only option is to adore Iron Maiden and so we chant -

    - Blood and Iron! Blood and Iron! Blood and Iron! -
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    Default "Be Careful Who You Let In".

    I saw the movie, "Be Careful Who You Let In", the other day.

    It is a delightful vampire movie set in snowy Sweden.

    But as I watched it I couldn't help thinking that vampires are a metaphor for our sexual desires.

    Just as the vampire, the "vamp", has an overwhelming desire for blood, we have an overwhelming desire for "vamps", that is we have an overwhelming desire for our objects of desire.

    Yes, just as vampires turn people into objects of desire for blood, we turn ordinary people into objects of our desire for sex.

    In both cases we turn from ordinary kind people into ravening beasts intent on our desires - I mean they don't call it the beast with two backs for nothing.

    And it is the first menstrual blood that signals our desire to turn into beasts, just as it is the scent of blood that turns vampires beastly.

    So our desires are magic - they can turn an ordinary person into a beast - and when our desires are satisfied, back into an ordinary human being.

    We are amazed, sometimes horrified, even transfixed by the transformation brought about by our sexual desires.

    We feed on each other and we feed one another.

    "Homo homini lupus est" - man is a wolf unto man.

    In Holy Communion we take the Body of our Saviour, and as we commune together we take the bodies of one another.

    And the question vampire movies address is whether we can be beasts without being beastly.

    Not a bad question.
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