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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Christophe Paré View Post
    The Lion King's still better.
    That would be my second favourite althought I can't remember it very well now.

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    Alistair Sims playing Scrooge. What an actor. Especially at the end, when he transforms into a new man.


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    Saw the Patrick Stewart/Richard E. Grant version of ACC on Sunday. I quite like it as it invokes the atmosphere and social injustices of early-ish 19th century London well. That said, the Sim portrayal of Scrooge is without equal. I like 'A Muppet Christmas Carol' as well. Oh, and the Blackadder xmas special where the reversal of the Scrooge story is both funny and clever. Hope to see all of these this week.

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    Last night I went to my daughter's house for our annual screening of It's a Wonderful Life. It has to be one of the darkest Christmas movies I've seen. Jimmy Stewart really looks like he's having a breakdown. Of course, then I had to go to YouTube to see the Saturday Night Live alternate ending with Dana Carvey, where they beat the tar out of Mr. Potter.


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    "The Chronicles of Narnia: The voyage of the Dawn Treader" in 3D

    Very entertaining

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan View Post
    "The Chronicles of Narnia: The voyage of the Dawn Treader" in 3D

    Very entertaining
    How is it compared to the other movies? I think I want to see this, but I'm not the biggest fan of the other two movies.

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    I thought it was slightly better than the first one. The second is my least favourite.
    This one has an entertaining story and visualy stunning scenes especialy in 3D.

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    Ok. I saw the trailer, and it looked beautiful. And the story is rather wonderful. At least the book story is.

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    Maybe you should watch it
    Me and my friend enjoyed it at least.

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    I think I will.

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    Jump Tomorrow
    Enjoyable nonsense.

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    Taken...

    One of the Greatest movies ever made...

    [YT]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvUxdQ4q-Lg[/YT]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saul_Dzorelashvili View Post
    Taken...

    One of the Greatest movies ever made...
    I need to see that one.

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    Yesterday on DVD: Woody Allen's Interiors

    http://www.amazon.com/Interiors-Dian...f=cm_cr-mr-img

    Today at the theatre going to see the new True Grit

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/True_Grit_(2010_film)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saul_Dzorelashvili View Post
    Taken...

    One of the Greatest movies ever made...
    Liam Neeson effects quite a convincing northern American accent here.

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