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01-01-2005
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Atlas Shrugged and Breakfast on Pluto

A similar thread :
http://http://www.thefashionspot.com...ad.php?t=11112
Thank you strawberry, maybe a moderator could merge them?

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Last Life in The Universe
Cool! Good movie, i've seen it.


The Motorcycle Diaries

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^! i didnt know anyone who had seen it, it good to hear you like it, i still havent got the chance


really looking forward to see:
Paris Je t'aime directed by Ethan Coen, starring javier bardem, gael garcia, natalie portman, steve buscemi, juliete binoche. ..ahh!lskdjf.

The Science of Sleep directed by Michel Gondry (eternal sunshine), starring gael garcia and charlotte gainsbourg.

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^ Films' merits aside, I bet you'd watch paint dry if Gael was drying beside it...?

I'm curious to see The da Vinci Code if only because of Audrey Tautou, and it being the only film ever to have The Louvre open its doors for filming...

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charlie and the chocolate factory
2046
the rum diary
harrrry potter!
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (whenever gilliam gets around to it)
The corpse bride..

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Sin City
Eros (3 short films from Antonioni, Wong Kar-Wai and Soderberg)
The Brothers Grimm
The Corpse Bride
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
Batman Begins


BTW, 2046 and Last Life In The Universe are really good (especially Last Life...)


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Saw the trailer this morning, looks oh-so-good.

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The Jacket and Pirates of the Caribbean 2

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Star Wars III- revenge of the sith



woowhoo!!! can't wait for this one

(Yeah i know i'm a nerd)

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^ Films' merits aside, I bet you'd watch paint dry if Gael was drying beside it...?
maybe i'd even lick it

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robots :p

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Oh man, I've been waiting to see Last Life in the Universe for aaages. It's supposed to be such a sweet, sad, beautiful movie. I'll have to wait for smone to bring me back the VCD though, it seems like. Grr.

Sin City -- I love love Frank Miller's artwork and am thrilled at how loyal they stayed to it.

2046 - The sequel to Wong Kar Wai's In the Mood for Love. It's been released in Asia and I think Europe for a bit now, plus floated countless vcds, but his movies are so worth seeing on the big screen. I'd recommend in the mood for love to any of you -- the fashion is straight up sumptuous glamour. XD

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The new Sofia Coppola Marie Antoinette movie, i just wanna see Jason Schwartzman as Louis XVI
HITCHIKERS GUIDE TO THE GALAXY!!!
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory -it looks good but so did Big Fish

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Another new film...



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Christensen and Barton in an Italian tale
14 February 2005
Let's clear a few things up before we begin. First of all, the title of this piece has nothing to do with the director of Aliens. Nor is it a sequel to the Evil Dead's Necronomicon. We are, of course, talking about the 14th century Italian classic by Giovanni Boccaccio, The Decameron (or "Il Decameron" if you want to be all Italian about it), which is being made into an English language film starring Hayden Christensen and Mischa Barton.

Barton's involvement has been public for some time, but it's only today that Hayden was confirmed. Well, actually, Barton told us at the BAFTAs on Saturday night, but we didn't quite get around to telling you about it. The OC starlet said, "I'm about to be starting one this summer called the Decameron. It's filming in Italy with Hayden Christensen. I'm really excited." Well, you heard it here first, ladies and gentlemen.

The book follows ten young noblemen and women, who have retired to a country villa to escape the plague ravaging Florence. This being before the days of Monopoly and Risk, they amuse themselves by telling each other stories – ten each, for a total of one hundred tales. The stories vary from the bawdy via farce to the plain filthy – but of course, this being literature and very old literature at that, it doesn't count.

It's basically the Italian Canterbury Tales (the Calabrian Tales, if you will), but the producers are designing it to appeal to a young audience, promising pop music and costumes by Italian designer Roberto Cavalli – which suggests that the corsets and wimples are out the window in favour of, er, corsets and jeans. We're also going to go out on a limb and guess that they cut out about ninety of the 100 stories in favour of a subplot involving car chases and lightsabers.
- from http://www.empireonline.co.uk/site/n...?news_id=16556

Not sure if I'm excited about it, since I dislike both of the stars, but I'm nonetheless interested in seeing how it turns out. There was also an earlier version of this film, made in 1971, with an actual Italian cast. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0065622/


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