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I Saw Another Good Movie

 
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I saw a good movie yesterday:



"Maria Full of Grace" (María Llena Eres De Gracia)



In Spanish. With English subtitles. Good reviews.
 
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Spider man 2
 
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The Stepford Wives gets better reviews than King Arthur.
 
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Originally posted by Helen Thomas:
The Stepford Wives gets better reviews than King Arthur.



Apparently, those who can relate to Connecticut (?) and their lifestyle, seems to have a high opinion about 'The Stepford Wives'.

Any word on 'The Village'?
 
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Originally posted by Ashok Mash:


Apparently, those who can relate to Connecticut (?) and their lifestyle, seems to have a high opinion about 'The Stepford Wives'.



Bryan Forbes' 1975 satirical thriller was genuinely scary and pro-feminist attacking the consumer society , conformity and technology. The current version makes no moral or political sense and is more camp comedy than good drama.

Lady Guinevere's cut glass accent just didn't fit and it's a shame they did away with the fantasy elements in the original King Arthur tale. Some people may still like it. KK has an admirable flat tum and good abs.

Any word on 'The Village'?

M Night Shyamalan's set to do well at the box office. I'm not too keen on supernatural thrillers personally but that's where this new director has set his mark.
[ August 09, 2004: Message edited by: Helen Thomas ]
 
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I heard that the real secret about The Village is that it was really a...

hamlet?
 
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The Manchurian Candidate is worth watching. Collateral was really good.
Haven't seen The Village yet.
 
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The Manchurian Candidate is worth watching.



Yes, but i would reccomend THIS one, not the other one.
 
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The Village?

Does that have David Brent as the village idiot? ;-p
 
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