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Postby yous » Sun Jan 30, 2005 4:44 pm

hi!!!

First, i'm french so excuse me for my english!

On my opinion the best movie i' ve ever seen is the lord of the ring with viggo mortensen, liv tyler... i keen on this movie because i think peter jackson is an excellent realisator and the actors are very good!!!!

i like too "les choristes" it is a great film who is very famous in France and i know it is nominated for the ceremony of the Oscars!!! have you seen it??

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the best movie for me

Postby noha » Sun Feb 20, 2005 7:19 am

Hi all,

The best movie for me I can see again and again is (Titanic Film) :?

Rreally, it is a very romantic film, I like to watch romantic films. :oops:

yesterday I watched again in (mbc - Channel 2).
Who was whatch it also yesterday?

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Best love is home love.

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My favorite films

Postby damon » Tue Mar 01, 2005 2:07 pm

Hi everybody.. I'm new in this forum. I'm Colombian so please, forgive my mistakes..jejeje

I'd watch many films..
Forrest Gump
Lord of the Rings (trilogy)
Spiderman 1 and 2
il ciclone (an italian movie)
X men 1 & 2

In this moment, i don't remember other films...

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Postby nien » Mon Mar 14, 2005 7:49 am

My favourite movies:
Lord of the Rings (trilogy)
Good Will Hunting
Shrek 1&2
The Incredibles
BraveHeart
Almost all Jet Li's movies (but not the American ones)
Finding Nemo
Gone with The Wind

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Postby Guest » Mon Mar 14, 2005 5:38 pm

nien wrote:My favourite movies:
Lord of the Rings (trilogy)
Good Will Hunting
Shrek 1&2
The Incredibles
BraveHeart
Almost all Jet Li's movies (but not the American ones)
Finding Nemo
Gone with The Wind

:shock: Not the American ones? The one was great, don't you think?

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Postby josiane » Tue Mar 22, 2005 12:48 am

I watched Titanic 7 times. but I love: Dirty Dancing
Pretty woman
Troy
Lord of the Rings 1,2,3
Armaggedon

Just my 2 cents. Josi

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Re: my favourite movie!

Postby josiane » Tue Mar 22, 2005 12:50 am

suhana wrote:Grease is the best!!!! :lol: (John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John)




I love it too. It's so funny and innocent...

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Postby gill » Wed Mar 23, 2005 7:41 am

simplyblessedwithlove wrote:
nien wrote:My favourite movies:
Lord of the Rings (trilogy)
Good Will Hunting
Shrek 1&2
The Incredibles
BraveHeart
Almost all Jet Li's movies (but not the American ones)
Finding Nemo
Gone with The Wind

:shock: Not the American ones? The one was great, don't you think?

"The one" was cool (ehm, i mean great :mrgreen: ), but it was somehow... well, incompleted. anything happened too fast. :roll:
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Postby Guest » Wed Mar 23, 2005 7:45 am

gill wrote:
simplyblessedwithlove wrote:
nien wrote:My favourite movies:
Lord of the Rings (trilogy)
Good Will Hunting
Shrek 1&2
The Incredibles
BraveHeart
Almost all Jet Li's movies (but not the American ones)
Finding Nemo
Gone with The Wind

:shock: Not the American ones? The one was great, don't you think?

"The one" was cool (ehm, i mean great :mrgreen: ), but it was somehow... well, incompleted. anything happened too fast. :roll:

:D I love that kinda movies, so unrealistic and high-technique; everything is about the future which we do not know yet.

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Postby nien » Thu Mar 24, 2005 12:46 am

simplyblessedwithlove wrote:
gill wrote:
simplyblessedwithlove wrote:
nien wrote:My favourite movies:
Lord of the Rings (trilogy)
Good Will Hunting
Shrek 1&2
The Incredibles
BraveHeart
Almost all Jet Li's movies (but not the American ones)
Finding Nemo
Gone with The Wind

:shock: Not the American ones? The one was great, don't you think?

"The one" was cool (ehm, i mean great :mrgreen: ), but it was somehow... well, incompleted. anything happened too fast. :roll:

:D I love that kinda movies, so unrealistic and high-technique; everything is about the future which we do not know yet.


In reverse [color=darkblue]simplyblessedwithlove, I just don't like futuristic movies, unrealistic. That's exactly why I don't like Matrix either.[/color]

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Postby Guest » Thu Mar 24, 2005 1:19 am

nien wrote:
In reverse [color=darkblue]simplyblessedwithlove, I just don't like futuristic movies, unrealistic. That's exactly why I don't like Matrix either.[/color]

:!??!?!: You don't like the Matrix? It was hecka good.

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Postby nien » Thu Mar 24, 2005 2:24 am

Yupe, it's a matter of taste, you know :lol:

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Postby gill » Thu Mar 24, 2005 3:59 pm

MATRIX SO TOTALLY ROCKS DUDE !!! 8)

back to "The one". i liked the philosophical background of the movie. it depends on the point of view whether he was doing good or bad thing, you know...
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Postby Hardi » Sat Mar 26, 2005 8:20 pm

I'm a fan of animafilms. I mean cartoons, animes etc. Best animes was I have liked, is Noir and princess mononoke...

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Postby Pirate » Sun Mar 27, 2005 11:24 am

Hmm it seems that you all like to make a list. Don't wanna say something more? :roll:

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Postby Guest » Sun Mar 27, 2005 8:49 pm

gill wrote:MATRIX SO TOTALLY ROCKS DUDE !!! 8)

back to "The one". i liked the philosophical background of the movie. it depends on the point of view whether he was doing good or bad thing, you know...

I know, Gill. I liked it when they pointed out that no one could be the one in the universe if you ended up working with an evil plan. Anyway, it was pretty sad to me that the movie wasn't welcome. :(

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Postby nien » Mon Mar 28, 2005 10:27 am

Still talking "The One", don't worry I got the message implied in the movie (typical as other fighting movies have). It just like what gill said, everything happened so fast, the special effects wasn't that good and it too much focused on the fighting scenes rather than the message itself. It's not very clear the main actor's relationship with people surrounding him; his wife and friends.
Okay, enough said.

Hey, have you seen "HERO"? still Jet Li's movie :roll:
Can't help myself

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Postby Guest » Mon Mar 28, 2005 6:45 pm

nien wrote:Still talking "The One", don't worry I got the message implied in the movie (typical as other fighting movies have). It just like what gill said, everything happened so fast, the special effects wasn't that good and it too much focused on the fighting scenes rather than the message itself. It's not very clear the main actor's relationship with people surrounding him; his wife and friends.
Okay, enough said.

Hey, have you seen "HERO"? still Jet Li's movie :roll:
Can't help myself

Hero was good. I loved that movie because it had nice scence, good plot and also because my Tony Leung was in that movie :mrgreen:

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Postby nien » Wed Mar 30, 2005 2:19 pm

For Hero, I love the scene where the leafes are falling and everything is yellow and the two women fight beautifully. It's so artistic :D And the last scene where Jet Li confronts the army with arrows and finally the rain of arrows leave a print of his body on the wall. Tragic.
Guys, correct me if I make mistakes.

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Postby Guest » Thu Apr 07, 2005 8:27 pm

nien wrote:For Hero, I love the scene where the leafes are falling and everything is yellow and the two women fight beautifully. It's so artistic :D And the last scene where Jet Li confronts the army with arrows and finally the rain of arrows leave a print of his body on the wall. Tragic.
Guys, correct me if I make mistakes.

What about the scence where they were fighting on the lake? I think it was the lake, I'm not quite sure. The whole thing was blue with some whites and other colors. It was beautiful! 8)
Hey, read this site to find out the meanings of the colors they were using in that movie,
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0299977/board/thread/14526556?d=14571617#14571617

It's quite interesting to know.

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Postby luckygirl9 » Tue Apr 12, 2005 11:46 am

Undoutedly,Titanic!
I don't know why I am its faithful ethusiast after so many years,well maybe most of you guys have already been threatened away by plenty of new hollywood movies or any prominent movies elsewhere,I can just say that I really love that,and I adore that classic or phenormenonal stuffs will never fade as time goes on.
Fascinationg backgrounds and plots,typical characters,attactive music...so amazing composing made up this miraculous movie.


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