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geoff_morphini

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Posted: May 31, 2009 - 10:25pm

 winter wrote:
I can't say enough good things about "Up" - it really is a wonderful film.
 
Yep, it is a great one!  Saw it with my family for my B-day.  It was one of the best of the Pixar films.  We were just thrilled with it.

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Posted: May 31, 2009 - 6:07pm

 woozurbuddy wrote:


 
oooh, I saw a preview for that on a dvd that I recently watched.  it looks really good.

Lazy8

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Posted: May 31, 2009 - 10:59am

 MrsHobieJoe wrote:
I fancied seeing Quantum of Solace but maybe not quite suitable for the kids.  For those of you who don't yet have kids enjoy the luxury of going out to see civilised interesting films whilst you can.  Post kids neither your wallet nor your brain will be up to anything more complex than Ratatouille.
 
Don't underestimate your kids!

Mine have loved a lot of the same movies I have. Les Triplettes de Belleville; any Miyazaki epic; Flyaway Home; Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon; anything with Jackie Chan or Fred Astaire or the Marx Brothers in it; and any number of somewhat obscure indie flicks have been huge hits at our house.

Our rules are somewhat different from most households. We let our kids watch anything they want as long as we watch it together. No lasting damage, and the kids grew up to have broad tastes and are fun to talk to about movies.

winter

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Posted: May 31, 2009 - 9:57am

I can't say enough good things about "Up" - it really is a wonderful film.

Manbird

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Posted: May 31, 2009 - 9:52am

 
W   A   L   T   Z       W   I   T   H       B   A   S   H   I   R 
 


 

 
  


NoEnzLefttoSplit

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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 2:25pm

 MrsHobieJoe wrote:
..  Post kids neither your wallet nor your brain will be up to anything more complex than Ratatouille.

 
  you've got cooking on the brain haven't you?

but you're right... though now, 5 years later we are slowly rediscovering the joys of going out together

Welly

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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 2:25pm

Partition

Loved it, and learned a lot too!




Talalala

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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 2:22pm

MrsHobieJoe wrote:
Why do I feel I'm not going to live up to the tastefulness of the other movies mentioned on this thread when I say we have just bought tickets to see Madagascar 2 at the weekend. I faniced seeing QUantum of Solace but maybe not quite suitable for the kids. FOr those of you who don't yet have kids enjpy the luxury of going out to see civilised interesting films whilst you can. Post kids neither your wallet nor your brain will be up to anything more complex than Ratatouille.


Thanks for the warning... :)  I don't know about Madagascar 2...(well I didn't see the first), but I would love to see Ratatouille and the new Bond film!   Daniel Craig and his uglysexy...

Talalala

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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 2:20pm

rosedraws wrote:

Kitchen Stories is one of my favorite movies!

Not exactly an edge-of-your-seat plot, but wholly endearing.

It isn't for everyone...there isn't a ton of dialog and non-stop action.  It's a gem for independent film lovers who don't expect blockbuster production for every movie.

MrsHobieJoe

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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 2:19pm

Why do I feel I'm not going to live up to the tastefulness of the other movies mentioned on this thread when I say we have just bought tickets to see Madagascar 2 at the weekend!

I fancied seeing Quantum of Solace but maybe not quite suitable for the kids.  For those of you who don't yet have kids enjoy the luxury of going out to see civilised interesting films whilst you can.  Post kids neither your wallet nor your brain will be up to anything more complex than Ratatouille.


Talalala

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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 2:18pm

NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:

I saw this on stage a while back.. bloody hilarious and really touching.

I would be even more impressed with actors performing it live....  The writer actually made a prequel and a sequel, but I might skip those....seems unnecessary to know what happened before or after. 

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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 2:17pm

manbirdexperiment wrote:
{#Arrowd}Ja, Kitchen Stories. It vas goot. Funny and strange.
Arrowd


Kitchen Stories is one of my favorite movies!

Not exactly an edge-of-your-seat plot, but wholly endearing.

NoEnzLefttoSplit

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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 2:14pm

 Talalala wrote:
I saw a sweet Norwegian film last night that I really enjoyed..  One of those that makes you laugh.  The characters are very quirky, but you really adore them. 
It's called ELLING   If you can get a hold of it, I highly recommend.   {#Mrgreen}   http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0279064/
 
I saw this on stage a while back.. bloody hilarious and really touching.

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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 2:14pm

Hunger

The last six weeks of the life of the Irish republican hunger striker Bobby Sands, This is a must see movie, just out in the
cinemas here in the UK. Extremely accurate account of that time. I can't recommend this movie highly enough

Michael fassbender as Sands is the best performance I've seen since David Thewlis in Mike leigh's Naked, My favourite
ever performance from an actor.


Manbird

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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 2:11pm

{#Arrowd}Ja, Kitchen Stories. It vas goot. Funny and strange.
Arrowd


Talalala

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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 2:07pm

Just saw another fabulous Norwegian/Swedish film called 'Kitchen Stories'.. Highly recommended if you can find it. It is one of the most unique plots I have seen in a long time.
A bit absurd and touching.

Here is the trailer for ELLING that I mentioned a few posts ago..


melissab

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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 10:53am

 BillnDollarBaby wrote:


It's a true story.

 

You have the weirdest AVs.
highwindows

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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 10:50am

 BillnDollarBaby wrote:


It's a true story.

 

So I understand - hence the plausability.
.....but still those lips.......dreadful.......has she has collagen injections?
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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 10:32am

 highwindows wrote:
Just caught it. Darker than I expected - but a pretty good film I thought. Wouldn't make my top 20 - but plausible (well it would be!) & some fine performances.
The only jarring element was Angelina Jolie's lips - my God they look awful!! 

 

It's a true story.
maryte

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Posted: Dec 3, 2008 - 10:32am

 Talalala wrote:
I like the old 70's ghost movie, "The Changeling"

 
Me too - saw it in the theatre when it came out and it *still* has some of the most chilling moments of any horror film ever - with nary a drop of blood.

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