#1 Posted by n33d2skate (5069 posts) -
What was the last movie you watched? I finished 127 Hours awhile ago. Love that movie.
#2 Posted by Aux99 (1689 posts) -
That new harry potter movie
#3 Posted by meconate (10476 posts) -
The Departed for the 10th time.
#4 Posted by n33d2skate (5069 posts) -
The Departed for the 10th time.meconate
Good movie
#5 Posted by meconate (10476 posts) -

[QUOTE="meconate"]The Departed for the 10th time.n33d2skate
Good movie

One of my favourites. Plus it stars one of my favourite actors, I'll give you one guess who... 

#6 Posted by JensonHurasha (829 posts) -
Tron Legacy.
#7 Posted by Sunsha (20644 posts) -
Oh god I don't even remember.
#8 Posted by CHOASXIII (14628 posts) -

That just reminded me...I haven't watched a movie in a while....

-explodes- 

#9 Posted by DigitalDame (3962 posts) -
Scott Pilgrim vs. the world, I can't fall asleep without something on in the background :P
#10 Posted by meconate (10476 posts) -

Scott Pilgrim vs. the world, I can't fall asleep without something on in the background :PSynthia

You didn't actually watch it all the way through! Ah! ;)

#11 Posted by Overlord93 (12602 posts) -

I can't fall asleep without something on in the background :PSynthia
I used to be like that, I literally couldn't sleep without something playing on TV in the background.

 

#12 Posted by guildclaws (7907 posts) -
Transformer Dark Of The Moon
#13 Posted by n33d2skate (5069 posts) -
Exit Through The Gift Shop
#14 Posted by DigitalDame (3962 posts) -

[QUOTE="Synthia"]I can't fall asleep without something on in the background :POverlord93

I used to be like that, I literally couldn't sleep without something playing on TV in the background.

 

I've always had to have the TV on in the background unless its a pass out kind of sleep.  Last night was Batman Begins

#15 Posted by Overlord93 (12602 posts) -
[QUOTE="Overlord93"]

[QUOTE="Synthia"]I can't fall asleep without something on in the background :PSynthia

I used to be like that, I literally couldn't sleep without something playing on TV in the background.

 

I've always had to have the TV on in the background unless its a pass out kind of sleep.  Last night was Batman Begins

That's a good film, I think it gets a bit underratted due to how massive dark knight was.
#16 Posted by JensonHurasha (829 posts) -
Watched Sucker Punch last night.
#17 Posted by Overlord93 (12602 posts) -
Watched Sucker Punch last night.JensonHurasha

Was it good?
#18 Posted by JensonHurasha (829 posts) -
It was pretty good. The action sequences were the best.
#19 Posted by Shy_Guy_Red (17133 posts) -

Phineas and Ferb Movie that aired on TV! :D

It was awesome. 

#20 Posted by meconate (10476 posts) -
I watched Inception again last night. Planning on watching Shutter Island for the 5th time again, tonight. :D
#21 Posted by TwiddleChimp (2220 posts) -

I watched Inception again last night. Planning on watching Shutter Island for the 5th time again, tonight. :Dmeconate

I've been meaning to watch Inception, it looks really good.  That last movie I actually watched was the latter half LotR Return of the King on TV.

#22 Posted by n33d2skate (5069 posts) -
Pollock, Moon, The Maltese Falcon, and Rear Window
#23 Posted by MetroidPrimePwn (12399 posts) -

I watched Inception again last night. Planning on watching Shutter Island for the 5th time again, tonight. :Dmeconate

Leonardo DiCaprio is dreamy :oops:

#24 Posted by DigitalDame (3962 posts) -

[QUOTE="meconate"]I watched Inception again last night. Planning on watching Shutter Island for the 5th time again, tonight. :DMetroidPrimePwn

Leonardo DiCaprio is dreamy :oops:

 

.......... I have nothing to say to this.... so Baby Rarity will say it for me.

 

sad

 

#25 Posted by zmanrwks (12561 posts) -

Cowboys & Aliens.

Awesome action and just a totally awesome movie. The plot was a bit weak...

[spoiler] The aliens invade Earth for gold, and the character Olivia Wilde plays is a disguised alien who wanted to walk among the humans and help them during the invasion (her alien race, which is different from the race invading Earth, and we never see her true form sadly) [/spoiler]

...but I didn't go in expecting a superb story, only one that would tie the movie together good enough. It was a great movie, especially if you like intense action.

#26 Posted by ChrisSpartan117 (4519 posts) -
Cowboys and Aliens. Could've been so much more, could've been so much worse. Two of the writers were two of the three writers of Transformers 2. Yet this was actually fn.
#27 Posted by meconate (10476 posts) -

[QUOTE="meconate"]I watched Inception again last night. Planning on watching Shutter Island for the 5th time again, tonight. :DMetroidPrimePwn

Leonardo DiCaprio is dreamy :oops:

He is one of my favourite actors, and it just so happens that the films he stars in are just awesome.

#28 Posted by ChrisSpartan117 (4519 posts) -
[QUOTE="MetroidPrimePwn"]

[QUOTE="meconate"]I watched Inception again last night. Planning on watching Shutter Island for the 5th time again, tonight. :Dmeconate

Leonardo DiCaprio is dreamy :oops:

He is one of my favourite actors, and it just so happens that the films he stars in are just awesome.

Ever watched Blood Diamond? That has one of his best performances.
#29 Posted by Dan_Lero (7484 posts) -
[QUOTE="meconate"][QUOTE="MetroidPrimePwn"]

[QUOTE="meconate"]I watched Inception again last night. Planning on watching Shutter Island for the 5th time again, tonight. :DChrisSpartan117

Leonardo DiCaprio is dreamy :oops:

He is one of my favourite actors, and it just so happens that the films he stars in are just awesome.

Ever watched Blood Diamond? That has one of his best performances.

That's a great film was on TV the other month and i missed it :cry:

As for my own recent movie i watched... i can't remember! Possibly the last Harry Potter.

#30 Posted by sune_Gem (12463 posts) -
The LoTR Trilogy, back to back, for the 7th time. So I guess Return of the King would be the last.
#31 Posted by Dan_Lero (7484 posts) -
The LoTR Trilogy, back to back, for the 7th time. So I guess Return of the King would be the last.sune_Gem
I bought the LotR Trilogy on Blu-Ray the other month, i've only got round to watching Fellowship but i want to get round to watching the others. I'm defo looking forward to The Hobbit next year!!
#32 Posted by ChrisSpartan117 (4519 posts) -
[QUOTE="sune_Gem"]The LoTR Trilogy, back to back, for the 7th time. So I guess Return of the King would be the last.Dan_Lero
I bought the LotR Trilogy on Blu-Ray the other month, i've only got round to watching Fellowship but i want to get round to watching the others. I'm defo looking forward to The Hobbit next year!!

I haven't watched any of them yet, is it worth the 10 hours?
#33 Posted by Dan_Lero (7484 posts) -
[QUOTE="Dan_Lero"][QUOTE="sune_Gem"]The LoTR Trilogy, back to back, for the 7th time. So I guess Return of the King would be the last.ChrisSpartan117
I bought the LotR Trilogy on Blu-Ray the other month, i've only got round to watching Fellowship but i want to get round to watching the others. I'm defo looking forward to The Hobbit next year!!

I haven't watched any of them yet, is it worth the 10 hours?

Defo! I much prefer the extended over the theatrical!
#34 Posted by ChrisSpartan117 (4519 posts) -
[QUOTE="ChrisSpartan117"][QUOTE="Dan_Lero"][QUOTE="sune_Gem"]The LoTR Trilogy, back to back, for the 7th time. So I guess Return of the King would be the last.Dan_Lero
I bought the LotR Trilogy on Blu-Ray the other month, i've only got round to watching Fellowship but i want to get round to watching the others. I'm defo looking forward to The Hobbit next year!!

I haven't watched any of them yet, is it worth the 10 hours?

Defo! I much prefer the extended over the theatrical!

So I've heard. I don't know why I haven't seen them all these years, even when my relatives have the theatrical versions on DVD.
#35 Posted by sune_Gem (12463 posts) -

[QUOTE="Dan_Lero"][QUOTE="ChrisSpartan117"][QUOTE="Dan_Lero"][QUOTE="sune_Gem"]The LoTR Trilogy, back to back, for the 7th time. So I guess Return of the King would be the last.ChrisSpartan117
I bought the LotR Trilogy on Blu-Ray the other month, i've only got round to watching Fellowship but i want to get round to watching the others. I'm defo looking forward to The Hobbit next year!!

I haven't watched any of them yet, is it worth the 10 hours?

Defo! I much prefer the extended over the theatrical!

So I've heard. I don't know why I haven't seen them all these years, even when my relatives have the theatrical versions on DVD.

I'd personally go for the standard non-extended editions for your first view. I think the extended editions are best left for the die hard fans (such as myself) and those who seen and liked the non-extended versions and want to watch more, maybe at a later date. I say this because I find that the extended edition can drag on a lot and might bore some people.

EDIT: I also envy you for getting to watch it for the first time! :P

#36 Posted by ChrisSpartan117 (4519 posts) -

[QUOTE="ChrisSpartan117"][QUOTE="Dan_Lero"][QUOTE="ChrisSpartan117"][QUOTE="Dan_Lero"][QUOTE="sune_Gem"]The LoTR Trilogy, back to back, for the 7th time. So I guess Return of the King would be the last.sune_Gem

I bought the LotR Trilogy on Blu-Ray the other month, i've only got round to watching Fellowship but i want to get round to watching the others. I'm defo looking forward to The Hobbit next year!!

I haven't watched any of them yet, is it worth the 10 hours?

Defo! I much prefer the extended over the theatrical!

So I've heard. I don't know why I haven't seen them all these years, even when my relatives have the theatrical versions on DVD.

I'd personally go for the standard non-extended editions for your first view. I think the extended editions are best left for the die hard fans (such as myself) and those who seen and liked the non-extended versions and want to watch more, maybe at a later date. I say this because I find that the extended edition can drag on a lot and might bore some people.

EDIT: I also envy you for getting to watch it for the first time! :P

Alright, I'm gonna do this sometime this month.
#37 Posted by DigitalDame (3962 posts) -

[QUOTE="ChrisSpartan117"][QUOTE="Dan_Lero"][QUOTE="sune_Gem"]The LoTR Trilogy, back to back, for the 7th time. So I guess Return of the King would be the last.Dan_Lero
I bought the LotR Trilogy on Blu-Ray the other month, i've only got round to watching Fellowship but i want to get round to watching the others. I'm defo looking forward to The Hobbit next year!!

I haven't watched any of them yet, is it worth the 10 hours?

Defo! I much prefer the extended over the theatrical!

Holy cow Dan, I didn't realize you were a Brony!

Last night I watched "Batman and Forever"...yah.... not sure why I did that, though.

#38 Posted by n33d2skate (5069 posts) -
Pan's Labyrinth. If you haven't watched it, GO GO GO!
#39 Posted by TwiddleChimp (2220 posts) -

Pan's Labyrinth. If you haven't watched it, GO GO GO!n33d2skate

Oh, nice movie.  I always love the creature designs in Guillermo del Toro's movies.  I remember going into that movie not expecting it to be as dark as it was. 

#40 Posted by n33d2skate (5069 posts) -

[QUOTE="n33d2skate"]Pan's Labyrinth. If you haven't watched it, GO GO GO!TwiddleChimp

Oh, nice movie.  I always love the creature designs in Guillermo del Toro's movies.  I remember going into that movie not expecting it to be as dark as it was. 

I yelled "NOOO!" at the end. Everyone in the theater looked at me.
#41 Posted by TwiddleChimp (2220 posts) -
[QUOTE="TwiddleChimp"]

[QUOTE="n33d2skate"]Pan's Labyrinth. If you haven't watched it, GO GO GO!n33d2skate

Oh, nice movie.  I always love the creature designs in Guillermo del Toro's movies.  I remember going into that movie not expecting it to be as dark as it was. 

I yelled "NOOO!" at the end. Everyone in the theater looked at me.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVhdKoU69DA

Sorry, I just can't resist. 

#42 Posted by n33d2skate (5069 posts) -
[QUOTE="n33d2skate"][QUOTE="TwiddleChimp"]

[QUOTE="n33d2skate"]Pan's Labyrinth. If you haven't watched it, GO GO GO!TwiddleChimp

Oh, nice movie.  I always love the creature designs in Guillermo del Toro's movies.  I remember going into that movie not expecting it to be as dark as it was. 

I yelled "NOOO!" at the end. Everyone in the theater looked at me.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVhdKoU69DA

Sorry, I just can't resist. 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_5LnKVfS5M
#43 Posted by Dan_Lero (7484 posts) -
Pan's Labyrinth. If you haven't watched it, GO GO GO!n33d2skate
Great film! Saw it in the cinema when it came out, also saw it again a couple of Christmases, magical!
#44 Posted by ChrisSpartan117 (4519 posts) -
[QUOTE="n33d2skate"]Pan's Labyrinth. If you haven't watched it, GO GO GO!Dan_Lero
Great film! Saw it in the cinema when it came out, also saw it again a couple of Christmases, magical!

Can you tell me why it's so good?
#45 Posted by meconate (10476 posts) -

Pan's Labyrinth. If you haven't watched it, GO GO GO!n33d2skate

Seen it many times now. Have you seen The Orphanage? That's a good movie.

#46 Posted by Dan_Lero (7484 posts) -
[QUOTE="Dan_Lero"][QUOTE="n33d2skate"]Pan's Labyrinth. If you haven't watched it, GO GO GO!ChrisSpartan117
Great film! Saw it in the cinema when it came out, also saw it again a couple of Christmases, magical!

Can you tell me why it's so good?

It will depend on taste, but it has a great story and is well put together, it's a like a very dark fairytale.
#47 Posted by izanagi_thefool (180 posts) -
Last movie I watched was Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World for the 5th time. I love that movie.
#48 Posted by Overlord93 (12602 posts) -
Last movie I watched was Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World for the 5th time. I love that movie.izanagi_thefool
I still haven't seen that, what exactly is it about anyway?
#49 Posted by izanagi_thefool (180 posts) -
[QUOTE="izanagi_thefool"]Last movie I watched was Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World for the 5th time. I love that movie.Overlord93
I still haven't seen that, what exactly is it about anyway?

Pretty much what the previews showed. A guy who has to fight his girlfriends 7 evil exes. No real reason behind it.
#50 Posted by meconate (10476 posts) -

[QUOTE="Overlord93"][QUOTE="izanagi_thefool"]Last movie I watched was Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World for the 5th time. I love that movie.izanagi_thefool
I still haven't seen that, what exactly is it about anyway?

Pretty much what the previews showed. A guy who has to fight his girlfriends 7 evil exes. No real reason behind it.

Yeah, despite the fact that I've never read the graphic novel, nor do I have a high interest in American comedy movies, I quite enjoy this; it's just plain fun to watch.