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tombraidergirl

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Monday, November 10th 2008, 1:08pm

I saw scenes I didn't even think were in the movie.
Just like the 'Lord of the rings' trilogy. I bought the extended version which makes the movie like 15 min longer.


The second actually has 42 minutes more, not sure about the other two at the moment.

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Tuesday, November 11th 2008, 5:50am

You're right, the first one is 40 min longer and the third is a massive 48 min longer than the cinema version. If you'll watch all three extended version, you would be watching approx. 12 hrs of great entertainment. :thumbs:
So, Tombraidergirl, have you watched them all ? :-)
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Tuesday, November 11th 2008, 2:17pm

Yes, we actually went through the whole day ordeal last year. [hehe] We had prepared a lot of food (healthy food, salad and such, with chicken) and then went through it just with a little break at the end of each movie (or disc swap) to visit the bathroom.

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Tuesday, November 11th 2008, 9:16pm

Yesterday I watched Madagastar 2 with my family. It was ok. Funny, but erm idk... i wanted to leave before it was over. It's good for little kids though. Pluz it was the 1st time i had been to the theater in like.... 4 months....

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Wednesday, November 12th 2008, 5:42am

Yes, we actually went through the whole day ordeal last year. [hehe] We had prepared a lot of food (healthy food, salad and such, with chicken) and then went through it just with a little break at the end of each movie (or disc swap) to visit the bathroom.
Wow, and I thought I was the only one to do that. :-? But it was great fun to do it. :thumbs: Have you read the books as well?
Can't wait for 'The Hobbit' . Peter Jackson agreed to do the movie adaption and I think he already started filming in NZ. :think:
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Wednesday, November 12th 2008, 6:55pm

On imdb the say filming will start in 2009 and the movie will be released in 2011. I'm curious myself. I liked the movies, I didn't like the books. ;-) (Well, you have to admit they are not easy reading, all that singing and eating and travelling and singing and travelling and eating and so on [hehe] ; but as for the story, there are some interesting differences which makes it worth reading the books.) On the other hand I really liked reading The Hobbit. So it will be interesting to see it on the Big Screen.
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Thursday, November 13th 2008, 6:02am

Yeah, I know they're a bit of work ( reading ) :-) but I still did enjoy the books.Especially the battles. I didn't really like the part with Tom Bombadil , was a little boring .
I did love The Hobbit though. Can't wait for the movie. it's gonna be great ( just like TLoTR ) :happyjump

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Thursday, November 13th 2008, 11:32am

Have you read the books as well?


Yes, and luckily I did manage to read them before the movie came out. To date it was the most difficult English book I've read and I sometimes regretted not reading it in German.

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Friday, November 14th 2008, 4:20am

sometimes regretted not reading it in German.
I did. [hehe] I read it in german and in english. Not a mean effort if I might say so myself. :D
If I'd be you, I'd still read it in german, it,s worth it, believe me. :thumbs:
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Friday, November 14th 2008, 2:53pm

I just finished watching "I Me Wed" starring Erica Durance (Lois Lane in Smallville). Watched it just because of her and thought it would be really cheesy, but it was surprisingly funny. As well as cheesy [hehe]
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Friday, November 14th 2008, 7:13pm

I have seen "The Straight Story". In the movie had an old man an accident an his brother is going to visit him. He can´t drive a car, so he drives on a lawn-mover trough the USA. It is a good movie.

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Saturday, November 15th 2008, 1:17am

Sounds cool K.K.
Flicked through yhe channels on my telly on ended up watching Resident Evil 4 on showtime. :-) Love that movie ( and Milla J. ) :love:
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Sunday, November 16th 2008, 8:31am

I watched Eagle Eye yesterday.
It had the potential to be mind-shatteringly brilliant, but it somehow chose not to be. All the same, though, it was a pretty good movie. Good action flick without being over the top. :-)


Also watched Ice Age and the sequel. Scrat... :rofl
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Sunday, November 16th 2008, 1:30pm

I watched Gone with the Wind last night. I don't know if it deserves the title of the most romantic film of all time over titanic, but it was still excellent. And, it was very similar to the book.

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Sunday, November 16th 2008, 3:21pm

Watched Quantum of Solace last night on the internet. Very good, pretty much what I've seen in the video game plus a little more; the ending made me a little sad, and even though this one was good, I liked Casino Royale a lot better.
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Monday, November 17th 2008, 7:42am

I'm going to watch Q o S next week when it gets released. :blob
Watched Van Wilder 2 on saturday night,really funny. [hehe] Then I watched Get Smart. Stomach still hurts from laughing so much. :rofl
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Saturday, November 22nd 2008, 11:45am

Al Gore's Inconvenient Truth, it came from TV. The movie was very impressive and it made me think. I also have some questions about global warming...

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Sunday, November 23rd 2008, 2:11am

I watched The Recurers Down Under Why do the villians in the Recurers have the oddest vehicles.?



Al's movie is a load of bs.

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Sunday, November 23rd 2008, 1:44pm

Requiem for a Dream.

Small wonder why it was nominated for 30 something awards, I've never seen a film which portrays the lives and problems of seemingly normal people whose drug addictions spiral out of control so well, even if it does contain a lot of adult material.

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Monday, November 24th 2008, 7:55am

Sounds deep, Skinny Jeans. :think:
I watched the Rocky Horror Picture Show. An oldie but a goldie. :thumbs:
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