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Old 3rd January 2008, 17:35   #556
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I am a fan of this genre and also collect these movies. I saw 1 and 6 in theater and i really liked them and planning to add them to my collection. How is Saw and Hostel series?
Saw and hostel are ulitimately gory.If you are a gory movie fan watch SAW (1,2,3,4) and hostel 1.U ll love it
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Saw and hostel are ulitimately gory.If you are a gory movie fan watch SAW (1,2,3,4) and hostel 1.U ll love it
Out of the four sequels, which is the best in Saw?
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i have seen irreversible and its a very sadistic kind of a movie. ... i will give it 4.5/5
Yup, that Fire Extinguisher scene comes right out of the blue and is really shocking the way it happens real fast, and with extreme violence.

I actually like the way it was edited to run backwards. It is pretty slow to start and if we survive the first 3 minutes, we're ok. I actually remember that I found the beginning to be more slow.

Monica Belucchi is worth watching in any boring movie. I can stare at her all day long if I need to. Esp. when she's in the buff (as she is mostly, in quite a bit of the time she's in the movie). Vincent Cassel must have had a "hard" time acting with her in the movie
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@mobike..you can also try 28 weeks later, shaun of the dead(it stars simon pegg, one of the most talented british actor)
another movie i recommend starring simon pegg is hot fuzz..good comedy

anyways just saw 'no country for old men', its an amazing movie. Infact i would say that javier bardem has played one of the most riveting villian onscreen i have ever seen(and i've seen tons of movies)

here's what i am going to see within next few days:
1. there will be blood
2. american gangster
3. 3:10 to yuma
4. charlie wilson's war
5. juno

will keep you updated guys..
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Monica Belucchi is worth watching in any boring movie. I can stare at her all day long if I need to. Esp. when she's in the buff (as she is mostly, in quite a bit of the time she's in the movie). Vincent Cassel must have had a "hard" time acting with her in the movie
Monica Bellucci...hmmmmm...
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Out of the four sequels, which is the best in Saw?
It should be 3 sequels na ?
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It should be 3 sequels na ?
4th wala is already out mere bhai.Saw it too
mobike008@ 1st and 3rd are ultimately gory.2nd is okay.4th is also good but not as good as the 1st and 3rd.
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I am a fan of this genre and also collect these movies.
Me too. Me too.
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I watched Hostel2 and was shocked. Promptly deleted it.
I cant imagine how hostel1 would be !!

Watched 'Dus Kahaniyaan' yesterday. I am not surprised the movie didnt do all that well. The background music for the last story (Suniel & Sanjay) was excellent. My rating : **
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no country for old men excellent movie very well taken.
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I watched Hostel2 and was shocked. Promptly deleted it.
I cant imagine how hostel1 would be !!

Watched 'Dus Kahaniyaan' yesterday. I am not surprised the movie didnt do all that well. The background music for the last story (Suniel & Sanjay) was excellent. My rating : **
Ben bhai..hostel 2 is horrible.See hostel 1 its way way way better
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bensb, where did you see Hostel 1? rented the movie?

Ashish22, you seem to be a big movie freak. Keep us posted of movies that shouldn't be missed at all, especially creepy and comedy movies, the most loved genre ( IMO)

By the way, where you guys getting hold of these movies? I tried at my local video rental shop and he never even heard about them
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Note from mod: No discussions about movie downloading and torrents here, this thread is just about good movies, for any offtopic query, please use PM
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Could this be it..???!!

Fast And The Furious 4 - London Pursuit


Or is it just a fake..?

There are rumors on the net that Vin Diesel and Jordana Brewster are commin back!!

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sorry for going off topic.
Well london pursuit is comin and there was some sort of conformation that vin diesel and the star in the 1st F&F will be in it. hope for the best.
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