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Skaiifish
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Posted on 27-06-2008 08:36
Compared to other places I've been to online, this place is probably the most quiet.
Just a quick post to poke at people and wake 'em up, maybe... Let's look alive in here! smiley
Hi guys, see any good movies lately? Gonna see any good movies lately?
[If posting details, do keep spoilers to a minimum for the sake of people who might want to see the film... smiley]
My BF and I are planning on seeing Wall-E this weekend... I can't wait. I'm hoping the movie is as good as the previews make it out to be.

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Posted on 27-06-2008 12:43
I really want to see Prince Caspian... I love the Chronicles of Narnia. Along with Winnie the Pooh and Paddington (as well as help from Thomas the Tank Engine and Pingu of course) they made my childhood...

I haven't heard that much about Wall-E, seen one trailer I think when I saw Sex and the City.

Also can't wait until the Twilight movie but that doesn't come out in the US until December 12th so who knows how long I will have to wait until it comes out in England...
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Posted on 27-06-2008 22:45
The last movie I seen was the new Indiana Jones movie...is was alright till the end...then it got weird - if you've seen it you prolly know what I'm talking about, or maybe thats how all of the movies are?
I don't remember any of the old ones, I think I was too young. lol
But I really want to see Hancock with Will Smith, seems like it'll be good.
And of coursee... can't wait to see BATMAN! I looove all of the Batman movies..have seen all of them more than once.
There are a few more movies I'd like to see..but..I forget the names/whose in them...smiley

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Posted on 28-06-2008 00:48
Hancock is another film I can't wait to see. I've been waiting for Wall-E for ages though... we're seeing it tonight! Yay! smiley
WALL-E! Woo!
I'm not generally a thief, but during the promo time for the movie [the month and a half or so before the movie actually came out], I actually stole most ["Most" being "3" smiley] of the theatre's wall-E window clings as I exited from another film... and gave them to my boyfriend. smiley
I had the urge to do something dumb... and they left them on the glass exit doors. So, I nabbed. smiley
Defintiely looking forward to Hancock. And Batman... Another film I've been looking forward to the release of is Mongol. It's only playing in one theatre here, but I hear it's supposed to be pretty good.

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Posted on 28-06-2008 03:50
LOL Thats awesome, let us know how it was..smiley
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Posted on 28-06-2008 12:59
Oh yes, Hancock definitely. On that note, did anyone in the UK see Will Smith on Friday Night With Jonathon Ross? Very funny, I think...
Never been so keen on Batman, but then I feel I have to see it as Heath Ledger's last movie...

The ending on Indiana Jones was a bit silly, the older ones work much better I think, but they are all still just really enjoyable films...
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Posted on 01-07-2008 00:28
I thought the entire Indy movie was a bit out there, but when I watch an Indiana Jones film, I don't expect anything other than good silly adventurous fun... I'll admit the ending was pushing it a bit, though.

Wall-E was so excellent. I loved it. I'm going to see it again. So good.
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Posted on 01-07-2008 04:33
Glad to hear Wall-E was good, I wasn't sure I was going to watch it, but I think I'll rent it when it comes out to rent here. smiley
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Posted on 01-07-2008 20:11
Saw a full length trailer when I went to see Prince Caspian (which was also really good, some of the special effects reminded me of Lord of the Rings actually...) now I really want to see it.

Yeah, Indiana Jones really isn't a serious movie, but they are enjoyable...
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