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I'm thinking of asking for Wall-E for Christmas. Big Grin

On Wednesday I saw "Quantum of Solace." The action scenes were seriously intense - they had a car chase, a boat chase, an airplane chase, an on-foot chase...Eeker But I swear I had no idea what the movie was about. In fact, I'm about to head to Wikipedia to clarify. Wink

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Originally posted by Streetlight:

I saw Quantum of Solace too! Not as good as Casino Royale but it was still fun. The action was quite intense, especially the last fight.

I preferred the minimalism of Casino Royale. However, QoS is still better then any Brosnan-era Bond.

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Dear ones, I'm I right if I assume that Twilight has had its premiere in the US? If anyone has seen it, I would truly appreciate an opinion. My expectations about the film are very low and I'm not sure if I want to see it, so I'd like to know if any of you liked. If you go and see it, please share. Smiler

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I feel the same rainna... I heard from various people that it is not good, I'm gonna see it though.

In other movie news, lately I've been re-watching all the disney movies I watched as a child, it's amazing, I still love them all and watching them makes me feel 10 years old again.

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The Disneys! I think it was last winter when I rewatched all the Disneys I have in my video shelf. I can't help it, I still love them. Their ideology can sometimes be very questionable (I don't like the general idea of princess stories; beauty goes along with goodness and vice versa. I still hate the scene where The Beast turns into a prince. I preferred The Beast.) but they're just loveable. It must be an interesting sight, me and my sister watching these films and singing along with every single song.

It's weird how the scenes that weren't that bad when you were little totally make you cry now. This works at least for me and it is quite embarrasing to find myself crying over The Lion King. But who more than fifteen years old viewer doesn't cry over The Lion King?

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I'm 21 and I still cry at the Lion King... There's no shame in it. Big Grin

I totally know what you mean, as a kid you don't fully understand the meaning behind the stories and I know I was more interested in the comedy value of an all singing, all dancing cricket, and dress making mice etc...

But damn there are some real issues in these movie, serious subtexts hidden in the colorful images.

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