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Old 04-14-2008, 01:21 AM
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Default The movie thread.....

Just watched 'There will be blood' the other night, what a great movie, in my opinion much better than 'No country for old men', which I really liked also.

Daniel Day Lewis portrays an oilman at the turn of the century in California, trying to raise his son up to be the same, not all goes as planned.
He goes from rags to riches and displays alot of the corruption that can come with money and power.

The guy is an awsome actor!



Has anyone else seen a good movie good lately?
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I liked "no country for old men" quite well, haven't seen the other yet. I saw "21" sat night and it was quite good.
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I liked "no country for old men" quite well, haven't seen the other yet. I saw "21" sat night and it was quite good.
Just saw that recently. I liked it as well!! Guess I'll have to check " There Will Be Blood"
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Just saw that recently. I liked it as well!! Guess I'll have to check " There Will Be Blood"
I saw both. DDL's acting was flawless in There Will Be Blood. But the score for this movie irritated me so much I almost walked out of the theater in the first 5 minutes.

No Country for Old Men was excellent, and since the music didn't tick me off, I'd have to say it was better. But having already been a Javier Bardem fan, that's an easy pick.
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I saw both. DDL's acting was flawless in There Will Be Blood. But the score for this movie irritated me so much I almost walked out of the theater in the first 5 minutes.

No Country for Old Men was excellent, and since the music didn't tick me off, I'd have to say it was better. But having already been a Javier Bardem fan, that's an easy pick.

I never seen Javier Bardem before this show, he is a good, and plays a real bad azz in that show.
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i finally saw young guns 2.
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Not really a movie, but did anyone watch the 'John Adams' mini-series on H.B.O.?

I thought it was pretty good, we want to watch it again when they play all the episodes back to back.
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Missed that one. Have you seen Charlie Wilsons War yet. Pretty good and its based on actual events.
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I did see 'CWW' and did like it.
Julia Roberts is still easy on the eyes too!!
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I did see 'CWW' and did like it.
Julia Roberts is still easy on the eyes too!!
Yes she is!!! I had no idea who CW was until I saw that movie. Got to like anybody who is into single malt. LOL
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