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Old 02-11-2009, 06:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What film are you anticipating seeing or buying?

u guys have any tips on good films coming to theatres or dvds that are worth checking out?

I really like one called Red Roses and Petrol...an irish film lol. dvd is coming soon and cool soundtrack is coming in april i think.

Any suggestions?
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Inglourious Basterds.
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Coraline
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I've seen Coraline already, it's pretty cool. Very dark and twisted in a cheerful sort of way.
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I've seen Coraline already, it's pretty cool. Very dark and twisted in a cheerful sort of way.
Arent all Tim Bourton's movies that way?
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Coraline isn't a Tim Burton movie.
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Arent all Tim Bourton's movies that way?
Coraline is Henry Sellick.

I'm really looking forward to Watchmen.
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I really want to see Coraline. Public Enemies is another
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It doesn't come out until much later this year but I'm really looking forward to Spike Jonze's Where The Wild Things Are. It's been in production hell for a few years, I'm really glad that it's finally going to see the light of day.
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Arent all Tim Bourton's movies that way?
It's actually Henry Selick. I know a guy on another site who rips people up for saying that. He's a film snob though.

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I am too, but it's simultaneously pissing me off.
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