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    Being There with Peter Sellers. Fantastic! Touching, gentle, and poigniant. Brilliant dialogue. God, I never expected to like it as much as I did, and I can't gush about the movie enough.

    It's about a man, a simple man with "cottage cheese between the ears" who only calls himself "Chance ... the gardener". He can't read, he can't write, he only likes to watch TV. His entire vocabulary is made up of sentences that he repeats from the television shows he watches. He is thrown out of his lifetime home and left to fend for himself, and through a series of random chances, he gets involved with a rich family with close ties to the President, who mistake his name as "Chauncey Gardiner." All of these people think he's gentle and sage, a very wise man with a profound outlook on life. Next thing you know, he's a celebrity.

    Brilliant movie. I can't recommend it enough.

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3sAl3iq0J7g"]Being There Trailer[/YOUTUBE]
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    The Time Machine remake with Guy Pearce.

    You can skip it.
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    The Tiger in the Snow This movie's ridiculously romantic, silly and sad all at the same time heh.


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    Seven Pounds. Slow paced drama. You might like it, or you might not. Watch it.

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    I recently saw Rushmore and Howl's Moving Castle. I adored both, but Howl's Moving Castle was absolutely beautiful! I recommend both of these great movies to any human.
    I'm glad too, because it's been a long time since I've seen a movie that was as good as these.
    "Vous au moins, vous ne risquez pas d'tre un lgume, puisque mme un artichaut a du cur."
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    Vanishing Point. What a great movie! They should remake it. A great opportunity for advertising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Vanishing Point. What a great movie! They should remake it. A great opportunity for advertising.
    Should they remake the 1971 version or the 1997 version?
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    Just watched the last episode of Generation Kill. It was very good.

    [YOUTUBE="dezFEsQvOKo"]Generation Kill[/YOUTUBE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrME View Post
    Should they remake the 1971 version or the 1997 version?
    Neither. It should be its own version, starring the current model of automobile.

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    Punisher: War Zone

    All I can say is -

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