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1 The last movie/documantary you watched! on Tue Feb 05, 2008 6:46 pm

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Lets discuss about the last movie/documentary you watched. Please Give your view about the movie and a rating of the movie on a scale of 10.


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2 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Thu Mar 06, 2008 6:31 pm

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I recently watched "Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights" (1992)...a great movie based on a great book.....Though the direction is good, I think the actors couldn't convey the exact emotions of the characters of the novel...I mean the fierceness of emotions of the characters of the novel couldn't be well conveyed by the actors in the movie. I think it needs a very talented actor to portray the character of Heathcliff....

My Rating of the movie: 6.5/10


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3 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Thu Mar 13, 2008 4:58 pm

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Jodha Akbar - It was an okay flick. Could have been better with a little bit less of melodrama. Hritik was awesome once again.

10000 B.C. - A lot expected from "The Independence Day" director but alas...its no way near. But you can sit through the movie.

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4 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Fri Mar 14, 2008 1:50 pm

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mingma wrote:Jodha Akbar - It was an okay flick. Could have been better with a little bit less of melodrama. Hritik was awesome once again.

10000 B.C. - A lot expected from "The Independence Day" director but alas...its no way near. But you can sit through the movie.

Welcome to the forum!!! Thanks a lot for coming!!! Hope to see your warm presence here regularly...


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5 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Mon Mar 17, 2008 7:53 pm

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[quote="eveningpolestar"]
mingma wrote:
Welcome to the forum!!! Thanks a lot for coming!!! Hope to see your warm presence here regularly...

Thanks man. Smile

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6 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Mon Mar 17, 2008 7:54 pm

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Mithya: The team of Bheja Fry comes up yet with another nice comedy. Not as good as Bheja Fry but this on sure delivers some comic moments. A must watch for someone who loves clean comedy..!!

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7 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Tue Mar 18, 2008 10:45 am

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mingma wrote:Mithya: The team of Bheja Fry comes up yet with another nice comedy. Not as good as Bheja Fry but this on sure delivers some comic moments. A must watch for someone who loves clean comedy..!!
oops i haven't watched any of them....but i like clean comedies...


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8 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Sun Apr 06, 2008 2:24 am

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i liked jodha akbar .........a good movie from a good team.........recently i watched "capote" this movie is based on true eventsthe actor philip hoffman got oscar for his role........few months back i watched a korean movie called 'maundy thursday',.................see these two movies and compare........guarentee entertainment and thought provocation....hahaha

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9 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Sun Apr 06, 2008 1:06 pm

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kshitiz wrote:i liked jodha akbar .........a good movie from a good team.........recently i watched "capote" this movie is based on true eventsthe actor philip hoffman got oscar for his role........few months back i watched a korean movie called 'maundy thursday',.................see these two movies and compare........guarentee entertainment and thought provocation....hahaha

Hey Kshitiz welcome to the forum!! Thanks for coming!! Hope to see you here regularly!!


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10 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Sun Apr 06, 2008 1:19 pm

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Recently watched "Sometimes in April" , a historical drama about the Rwandan Genocide of 1994. It is more gruesome and more realistic and has more coverage than Hotel Rwanda. I found the movie very disturbing. God, how can people be so inhumane.....Though this movie has aroused much controversy , it's a must watch movie for anyone who wants to have a broad picture of the Rwandan Genocide or for anyone who wants to know how simply humans get evil and inhumane...

My Rating for the movie: 9 out of 10.


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11 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Tue May 06, 2008 11:56 am

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"Rescue Dawn",The film is based on the true story of German-born Dieter Dengler, who dreamed of being a pilot and eventually made his way to the United States, where he joined the Navy during the Vietnam War era. He became a pilot and was shot down over Laos and captured. Eventually he organized an escape with a small band of captives.

My Rating: 8/10

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12 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Fri May 09, 2008 5:01 pm

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Tibet: Cry of the snow lion

A 102 min documentary about the history of tibet, its occupation by China and the resistance movements...

My review: somewhat biased account of tibet..i found the documentary unfairly anti-china. Tibet's history is well expressed though. I was mad with rage when the documentary said Buddha was born in India and Nepal wasn't even mentioned when they were talking about countried surrounding Tibet.

But the story of opression is well told.



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13 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Sun May 11, 2008 7:41 pm

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i had also watched the cry of a snow lion. the snow lion is depicted in the national flag of tibet but tibet being deprived of its independence, tibetan flag is replaced by the chinese flag and so the snow lion cries and the tibet cries along with it.so, the title has proved true to its meaning.

documentary basically focuses on the Chinese domination on the culure, values, beliefs and the religion of tibet. the attacks on th monasteries and the peace loving monks is really heart breaking. moreover it has also been able to show how the drawbacks of modernisation theory that china imposed upon tibet pushed it into massive poverty and starvation.

this documentary shows that the tibetans are being the second class citizen in their own land, their mother tongue has no value and their job opportunities have been reduced along with the high rate of migration of chinese into tibet.

moreover, this documentary has refleced the power game. as the super power countries favour china, tibet's voice has been unheard even by UN. massive human right violation by china on tibet has become a silent story and tibet has been voiceless.

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14 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Fri May 16, 2008 2:47 pm

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richa wrote:i had also watched the cry of a snow lion. the snow lion is depicted in the national flag of tibet but tibet being deprived of its independence, tibetan flag is replaced by the chinese flag and so the snow lion cries and the tibet cries along with it.so, the title has proved true to its meaning.

documentary basically focuses on the Chinese domination on the culure, values, beliefs and the religion of tibet. the attacks on th monasteries and the peace loving monks is really heart breaking. moreover it has also been able to show how the drawbacks of modernisation theory that china imposed upon tibet pushed it into massive poverty and starvation.

this documentary shows that the tibetans are being the second class citizen in their own land, their mother tongue has no value and their job opportunities have been reduced along with the high rate of migration of chinese into tibet.

moreover, this documentary has refleced the power game. as the super power countries favour china, tibet's voice has been unheard even by UN. massive human right violation by china on tibet has become a silent story and tibet has been voiceless.

Great analysis! The modernisation theory approach seems interesting.


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15 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Sat May 17, 2008 1:53 am

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recently i watched a movie directed by Brian De Palma named REDACTED..

It is a drama based movie on the Mahmudiyah killings, the gang-rape, murder, and burning of Abeer Qasim Hamza al-Janabi, a 14-year-old Iraqi girl in March 2006 by U.S. soldiers who also killed her parents and her younger sister.

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16 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Sat May 17, 2008 10:47 pm

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I guess it was "RACE"

A good flick!

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17 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Sun May 25, 2008 2:09 pm

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The emperor and the assasin

A great historical movie about the unification of China...though slow sometimes it is an enjoyable movie based on the history.


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18 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Sun May 25, 2008 5:33 pm

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Ocean's Eleven

It's a movie about robbing a casino by 11 persons expert in their own field. The lead role is played by George Clooney as Danny Ocean. Other characters are Brad Pitt, Matt Damon and etc...

A great n time pass flick........

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19 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Mon May 26, 2008 3:20 am

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Teeth
its a movie about a girl who has teeth in her vagina. Apparently its not a new concept. Just search dentata (latin for teeth) in wikipedia. The movie is really funny with a dark side. has its share of gore as well. The movie also has a underlying theme of female impowerment. I recommend it to anyone who likes offbeat movies
8/10

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20 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Mon May 26, 2008 12:02 pm

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deepesh wrote:Teeth
its a movie about a girl who has teeth in her vagina. Apparently its not a new concept. Just search dentata (latin for teeth) in wikipedia. The movie is really funny with a dark side. has its share of gore as well. The movie also has a underlying theme of female impowerment. I recommend it to anyone who likes offbeat movies
8/10

interesting..hadn't heard about that before...


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21 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Mon May 26, 2008 12:06 pm

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Recently watched a documentry called "Baraka"....
Its a documentary without any plot and any commentary...just high resolution scenes about different cultural activities and regular human activities along with natural sceneraies from 24 countries across 6 continents...a documentary to feel not just watch...I had never seen a documentary like that before...

My rating: 9/10
Highly Recommended


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22 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Tue May 27, 2008 11:46 am

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Yesterday I watched "Frenchmen's Creek" in the Monday Night Classics in History Channel....

A great movie , entertaining all the way!
Don't miss it if you are a classic lover!


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23 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Sat May 31, 2008 1:28 am

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The Lakehouse

Rating : 8/10

A love story meddled in time... thats all I can say to describe this. Nice screenplay and .... everything. Nice one.

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24 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Sun Jun 01, 2008 2:40 am

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Recently I saw" the children of huang shi", I bought this movie because there were yeoh and fat but both these actor have small role but this was again beautiful movie in chinese back ground.........other movie about chinese back ground which i enjoyed watching were painted veil, the hero and the crouching tiger hidden dragon

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25 Re: The last movie/documantary you watched! on Sun Jun 01, 2008 11:46 am

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haven't seen "children of huang shi" yet ... i loved the movie "The Hero" but didn't find "Courching tiger hidden dragon" interesting!


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