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What Recent Movies Have Really ''Done It'' For You?

Old 11-20-07, 09:50 PM
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I'm guessing a completely satisfying movie experience.
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Off the top of my head, since 2005, in alphabetical order:

Across the Universe
Batman Begins
Casino Royale
Children of Men
The Constant Gardener
The Departed
The Fountain
Hard Candy
Hot Fuzz
The Lives of Others
Match Point
Pan's Labyrinth
The Prestige
Ratatouille
Sin City
Stranger Than Fiction
Volver
Zodiac
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The Prestige
Hot Fuzz
Casino Royale
Old 11-20-07, 10:40 PM
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Back to the Future
12 Monkeys
Donnie Darko
The Office
Children of Men
Batman Begins
Prestige, The
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Originally Posted by 7Keys
Back to the Future
12 Monkeys
Donnie Darko
The Office
You actually read the subject line of this thread, right?
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Originally Posted by Brack
I'm guessing a completely satisfying movie experience.
Ah, that's a good definition then.
Old 11-21-07, 06:24 AM
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I can't remember the last time I really saw a great film in the last few years. I enjoyed The Prestige, The Departed and The Illusionist last year, but I have to say there hasn't been many movies I have purchased on DVD in this decade. Maybe it is just me, or has the overall quality of films gone down in the past 7-8 years?
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Originally Posted by Matt Millheiser
You actually read the subject line of this thread, right?
Yeah, they're time travel movies so they can be considered recent.
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Casino Royale
The Departed
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Old 11-21-07, 10:48 AM
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No Country for Old Men
Knocked Up
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The Departed
Old 11-21-07, 11:07 AM
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Pan's Labyrinth (I just fell in love with this one. Watched it 3 times)
3:10 to Yuma (didn't think I would enjoy it so much since I don't have much faith in remakes but I'm glad I was proven wrong )
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Originally Posted by 7Keys
The Office
I've never heard of this time travel movie. Who directed it?
Old 11-22-07, 04:00 PM
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Originally Posted by professor chaos
I've never heard of this time travel movie. Who directed it?
It's all about how time slows down to a crawl around 4:45 PM when you work in an office.
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Originally Posted by baracine
It's all about how time slows down to a crawl around 4:45 PM when you work in an office.
you too huh?
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Originally Posted by professor chaos
I've never heard of this time travel movie. Who directed it?
Ok, I just threw it in there to see if any pays attention to these lists or if they just post their own and move on.

I guess a few people pay attention.
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No Country for Old Men---Great movie!!
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Old 11-23-07, 05:20 PM
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Grindhouse....easily.

Loved Rocky Balboa as well.
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Originally Posted by riotinmyskull
'redacted'
'the holy mountain'

^ i understood the topic as meaning "recently watched" that's why i included 'the holy mountain'
That was seriously the most mind boggling movie i've seen in a long time, but better than a David Lynch movie.
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Originally Posted by Superboy
That was seriously the most mind boggling movie i've seen in a long time, but better than a David Lynch movie.
Which one? Redacted or Holy Mountain? If possible, can you put in a spoiler stating what you thought was mind bending about it.....without giving too much away.
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really enjoyed gone baby gone and into the wild recently
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The two last films I saw in theaters: No Country For Old Men and I'm Not There.
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Mr. Brooks? Really?

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