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Old 18th April 2008, 00:02   #961
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CRASH - The most amazing movie iv ever seen.!
Cant explain in words how am feeling after watching this movie.
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Resurrecting The Champ - Samuel L. Jackson and Josh Harnett. Very good. A sports journalist finds an ex boxing chap living on the streets and decides to write about him.
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Black & White - (...) I am speechless (in a negative way). I expected way better stuff from Subhash Ghai. This move had too many loose ends and direction was very poor
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Serendipity - A classic romantic movie about a couple who accidentally bump into each other during X'mas shopping and then fall into love. They leave everything to destiny, assuming that if they were meant to be together, fate will make them meet again. Its an interesting twist and a refreshing look at life!
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The Jackal - A mediocre thriller pitting Bruce Willis and Richard Gere in a terrorist vs terrorist drama. Timepass at best. 5/10
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Watched JOE KIDD, Clint Eastwood. Pretty good movie with lots of bang bang
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The Bank Job - Don't miss this one, lot of politics, secret service and a heist...

Good Luck Chuck - Light hearted, comedy lot of nudity .
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CRASH - The most amazing movie iv ever seen.!
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Crash - One of the better movies made.
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watched Khuda Kay Liye yesterday, very good movie, helps you to give away with Many myths for Islam, naseruddin shah has a small but a very influential role in the film.

a must watch before it disappears from the theatres, so bad to see only handful of people for such a good movie.
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watched Khuda Kay Liye yesterday, very good movie, helps you to give away with Many myths for Islam, naseruddin shah has a small but a very influential role in the film.

a must watch before it disappears from the theatres, so bad to see only handful of people for such a good movie.
I saw that movie last week in BLR, was a houseful show
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Old 19th April 2008, 22:04   #969
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Watched No Country for Old Men. Was good, the villian was blood curdling, so was his gas tank!!

Liked it but didnt get the ending, was too abrupt or so it seemed to me.
Can some one please PM me the ending and its logic?
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Also watched Catch me if you can. Was awesome. 4/5.

Didnt know it was a Steven Spielberg film until then.
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Watched No Country for Old Men. Was good, the villian was blood curdling, so was his gas tank!!
Yep. Javier Bardem as Chigurrh is up there in the list of the best ever villians on screen! That gas tank is a Cattle Gun. Used to slaughter Cattle "humanely".

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Liked it but didnt get the ending, was too abrupt or so it seemed to me.
Can some one please PM me the ending and its logic?
Do read my post, #791 on page 53 of this thread http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/760260-post791.html

Might help a bit
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U, Me and Hum. Reaaallly nice. One of the better hindi movies that I have ever seen. Gripping, good performances and nice direction.

They could have done with better music and better support cast though
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Yep. Javier Bardem as Chigurrh is up there in the list of the best ever villians on screen! That gas tank is a Cattle Gun. Used to slaughter Cattle "humanely".



Do read my post, #791 on page 53 of this thread http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/760260-post791.html

Might help a bit
thanks Hydra, that was useful, but dont you think the movie was too vague for ametuers like me?
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^^So, they're supposed to make movies keeping you in mind?Lol!

The ending of NCFOM is really a controversial one which I couldn't completely take in.
But, for the rest of the movie and Javier Bardem,one has to bow down!
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^^So, they're supposed to make movies keeping you in mind?Lol!

The ending of NCFOM is really a controversial one which I couldn't completely take in.
But, for the rest of the movie and Javier Bardem,one has to bow down!
I meant for the aam junta, not me as in me. I am sure most people wont undertand the dream even if they see the movie 5 times.

Of course, seeing a lot of movies makes you better at undertanding them. The point I am trying to make is that seeing it in a theater without subtitles, it will defenitely be difficult to understand the first time.

Having you around to clarify will help I'm sure. Did you get it the first time you saw it?
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