Best movies you stumbled upon?
Posted 20 January 2010 - 04:40 PM
count of monte cristo 2002
what i got right now, much more just cannt remember.
one that burned a hole in my brain was a magnum pi episode , where a chinese man haunts down a priceless vase. He has tatoos in his palms and a master of deathly skills. beats the poo out of pi. just awesome. If they would turn that into a movie, 500 mill easy, bank it!
Posted 21 January 2010 - 02:29 AM
Maybe it's because I can't walk any longer, but I found their gymnatic movements so fluid!
When an injury ends her career as a gymnast, Jane (Dreya Weber) falls back into lackluster job and a passionless marriage. That is, until she begins work on an aerial act with another beautiful gymnast (Addie Yungmee) and feels the stirrings of unexpected love. But can the women's act and relationship survive their powerful newfound attraction?
Edited by sports talk, 21 January 2010 - 02:32 AM.
Posted 21 January 2010 - 03:31 AM
It's a Korean flick so you have to read subtitles, but it's worth it
Posted 21 January 2010 - 04:13 AM
Dark film. Stumbled across it late night one weekend a couple of years ago after watching too much bright, shiny, happy, processed brain food tv during the week. It's basically about how a 9-5 clockpuncher's life descends into utter chaos in the space of one night, caused by a chain of unlikely events. Definitely got the laff trak taste out of my mouth.
Posted 21 January 2010 - 09:01 AM
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Edited by Wanderlai, 21 January 2010 - 11:33 AM.
Posted 21 January 2010 - 06:09 PM
A voiceover tells us that storytellers have always existed, but there are the rare few who are "Silvertongues" who can bring characters to life. Often, they don't know they possess the gift.
Mortimer Folchart (Brendan Fraser) is sitting with his wife, Resa (Sienna Guillory). They are trying to calm their baby girl down for bed, so Mo picks a book to read: Little Red Riding Hood. As he is reading aloud, things shake and move slightly (only noticed by Mo), and a red riding hood falls into the back yard onto their clothesline.
Twelve years later, Mo and his daughter, Meggie (Eliza Hope Bennet), are on their way to another old bookshop (as always, because Meggie expresses the wish to go to modern bookshops where they can have hot coco, etc.) in Germany. But Mo loves old books. Meggie says that maybe he will find the old book he is always looking for. Apparently, he always scours every corner of old bookshops looking for a very specific old book that he has never been able to find. Mo heads into an old shop while Meggie waits outside in the street looking at other books.
Posted 21 January 2010 - 06:43 PM
Posted 21 January 2010 - 08:28 PM
Thought that was good? Really? I acquired it, watched it and deleted it almost as quickly. Worse than a B movie even though it was trying to be one.
One eyed monster - Caught this on showtime, features Ron Jeremy. It's a must see.
As to the original question...
"The Field" with Richard Harris and Sean Bean