What Movies Are You Looking Forward to in 2009?

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Re: What Movies Are You Looking Forward to in 2009?

Postby the croc » Sun Nov 15, 2009 10:18 pm

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Re: What Movies Are You Looking Forward to in 2009?

Postby Matt » Mon Nov 16, 2009 12:29 am

Matt wrote:10. Jennifer's Body (USA)


Haven't seen it.

Matt wrote:9. Dead Snow (Norway)


Bad movie.

Matt wrote:8. Blood: The Last Vampire (Hong Kong)


Bad movie.

Matt wrote:7. Of The Dead (USA)


Not out yet.

Matt wrote:6. Drag Me To Hell (USA)


Pretty good movie.

Matt wrote:5. Tears For Sale (Serbia)


Haven't seen it.

Matt wrote:4. Martyrs (France)


Great movie.

Matt wrote:3. Inglourious Basterds (USA)


Great movie.

Matt wrote:2. Watchmen (USA)


Great movie.

Matt wrote:1. Thirst (South Korea)


Good movie.

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Re: What Movies Are You Looking Forward to in 2009?

Postby cirE » Mon Nov 16, 2009 1:47 am

Matt wrote:
Matt wrote:10. Jennifer's Body (USA)


Haven't seen it.

i sorta enjoyed but quite lame tbh lol
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Re: What Movies Are You Looking Forward to in 2009?

Postby snuff » Mon Nov 16, 2009 2:41 am

Agreed.
I guess you really need to ask yourself... What Would Graeme Do?

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Re: What Movies Are You Looking Forward to in 2009?

Postby tyrannosaurus mark » Tue Nov 17, 2009 1:41 am

Nah, bad movie.
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Re: What Movies Are You Looking Forward to in 2009?

Postby Sicinius » Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:58 pm

You thought Martyrs and Watchmen were great movies? Pull the other one.
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Re: What Movies Are You Looking Forward to in 2009?

Postby Matt » Tue Nov 17, 2009 4:25 pm

Probably the two most intelligent movies I saw this year, yeah, particularly in terms of social commentary. Watchmen had a lot more layers than Martyrs, but I like the anger of the latter.

Other favourites movies of the year - The Chaser, Bronson, Inglourious Basterds, BestWorstMovie, Paranormal Activity, Moon and probably some more I can't remember right now.

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Re: What Movies Are You Looking Forward to in 2009?

Postby ghetto ninja » Tue Nov 17, 2009 6:06 pm

Sicinius wrote:You thought Martyrs and Watchmen were great movies? Pull the other one.

I also thought they were great movies, compared to other shit that came out this year.
Martyrs is the first film to make me uncomfortable in a while.
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Re: What Movies Are You Looking Forward to in 2009?

Postby Sicinius » Wed Nov 18, 2009 12:32 pm

I thought Martyrs was nothing more than prosaic violence-porn. In French. WoooOOooOoo.
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Re: What Movies Are You Looking Forward to in 2009?

Postby Matt » Wed Nov 18, 2009 12:42 pm

I didn't read it that way. I couldn't defend Inside or Frontier(s) - because they're exactly what you're describing (although I enjoyed 'em, too) - but I thought Martyrs was a pretty harsh look at how selfish and arrogant humanity has become where the old rich people have nothing to fear at all, nothing they can't control...except maybe what happens after death. And the selfishness of the society they have risen to the top of means they're totally happy inflicting the most horrific, calculating atrocities on innocent victims just to find out that last thing they don't know.


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