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FitFortDanga on The Karate Kid (1984)
I dunno, I can barely remember it. What I do remember does not fill me with joy.
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KAH on Juno (2007)
Leah: Yo Yo Yiggady Yo.
Juno MacGuff: I'm at suicide risk.
Leah: Juno?
Juno MacGuff: No, it's Morgan Freeman. Do you have any bones that need collecting?
Leah: Only the one in my pants...
Juno MacGuff: I'm pregnant.
Leah: What? Honest to blog?

And so forth.. Morgan Freeman wasn't even in "The Bone Collector" btw.
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magb on Hard Ball (2001)
It's a sports movie. What else do you need to know?
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Spunkie on Roman Holiday (1953)
Elder gentleman with the princess. If this was the synopsis to a recent movie, I would almost instantly dismiss it as trash. But Wyler's camera has a charm to it. Naivity is of Hepburn's, not the movies. A tale of sublevel actions and heroine's journey; begging to be believed, worthy to be believed.
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michuk on Closer (2004)
A great screenplay but the movie is uneven. Jude Law, as always, is cold and unconvincing. Here I guess it was supposed to be this way... but it still does not help and makes it hard to care about his problems. I believed in 2 love affair out of 3 so it's not bad after all. Why 7/10? Because I still think about this movie. And I still remember the opening and closing scene which are both masterpieces.
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Derekstar on Back to the Future Part II (1989)
I still like this one quite a bit.
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sketchbook on Shortbus (2006)
Memo to the Vatican: A hilarious and sexually explicit mount into the life of a sex therapist. Fresh and tasty. Bon appetit!
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Stain on Fight Club (1999)
I am Jack's undying admiration for this film
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thaklos on Dark City (1998)
This film is a masterful subversion of genre, deftly combining elements of film noir and science fiction. The steady erosion of the noir construct is thematically brilliant, and an intriguing comment on the progression of the individual, as represented by the protagonist. Stylistically, the film features spectacular visuals with design work that is both alien and familiar. No film is perfect, but parts of this experience are sublime.
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digitalscribe on Gladiator (2000)
Great visuals, something hammy, blase plot and direction.
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