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What was the last film you saw?

I'm sure there are people out there who regularly watch films like me, so thought this would be a good thread to let people know what you're watching and what's out there.

Last film I saw was The Bridge to Terabithia this morning. Not the first time I've seen it but wanted to try watching it the entire way through with no tears....ended up having to fetch the tissues :cry:

Great little film but so sad. Be warned it's made some big ol 'manly' men I know burst into tears!

So, what was the last film you saw? :D
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At the cinema it was Predators. That was a few weeks back and it was amazing!

I watched Forgetting Sarah Marshall this morning, love this film coz it's so funny :D
ah, I love Tim Burton. Haven't seen Corpse Bride in ages!

I saw the Disney version of Beauty and the Beast today. Classic, although it does always make me think that the guy looked better as a beast!

I will try and watch a more grown up film soon, maybe something with some mild violence or a wee bit of swearing :D
Ah, I need to see Inception, will have to try and convince my mum to come with me and pay...lol

I know I said I was hoping for some mild violence but I ended upgrading to 'Mature Themes' as Sky warned me and watched Marley and Me this evening. It wasn't particularly good but once the mature themes kicked in I was sobbing like a baby :eek:


Needs more willpower
Watched Avatar this evening for the sEcond time with my son but also my niece as she gas not seen it. At the cinema last week went and saw Toy Story 3 which was excellent and I cried at the end :(
I cried at the end too, it was so sad!

Just watched Run Lola Run, one of my favourite films of all time. It's pretty much 70 minutes of someone running, but it's one of the most entertaining films from start to finish that I've seen. Love it, and the soundtrack is awesome
If only he had Directed Pearl Harbour instead of starring in it. :rolleyes:
Ooh, burn! :p

I finally got round to seeing Watchmen today, been wanting to see it since it came out but was too broke to go to the cinema. I quite liked it. I don't think I really liked any of the characters but it kept me entertained for a few hours. :)
Yes Watchmen wasn't quite as good as I had hoped. I still quite enjoyed it, but it's not one I'll watch again any time soon.

I watched Kiss Kiss Bang Bang for the 2nd time last night. I think it's definitely a grower. :D
I watched Kiss Kiss Bang Bang for the 2nd time last night. I think it's definitely a grower. :D
Ooh, I got given Kiss Kiss Bang Bang a few Christmases ago and it's one of those films I've been putting off for no reason whatsoever. You've just reminded me I have this, think I might dig it out and watch it this week :D
I watched the children last night was pretty good had a few creepy moments in it
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.

I've watch it a number of times now. To me it's a very deep, meaningful and realistic (with a twist) love story filmed in a very surreal (sometimes a little disturbing) and clever way, for those that don't mind a movie jumping around a little in time.

I could say a whole lot more, but I wouldn't want to spoil it for anyone that hasn't seen it yet.
Watched 'Stephen King's It' last night after many many years. The last films i saw at the pics were 'Step Up 3D' (only worth watching for the dancing) and also 'Toy Story 3' ( i wish all men had a spanish mode, lol).

I also watched 'Best of the Best' the other day (on Sky Fiver USA channel). I grew up watching these movies because my older brother was into them. Don't you think 80s martital arts/fighting movies have the best soundtracks!?!

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I love book bling
currently watching 'Galaxy Quest' I love this film!

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