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a movie i would 100% recommend

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9y, 3d agoPosted 9 years, 3 days ago
ive just finished watching a truly classic horror movie.

VACANCY is really good for a nights viewing.

If youve seen it what are your thoughts on it?
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9y, 3d agoPosted 9 years, 3 days ago
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#1
i liked it but i didnt like the ending,seemed like the writers just gave up
#2
pfft it's alright.
Now MAN ON FIRE now there's a flawless movie
#3
stratomaster
pfft it's alright.
Now MAN ON FIRE now there's a flawless movie

I know he doesnt even get lit on fire he just teaches some kid how to swim what gives

Collaterol is a good sub for man on fire
#4
I'd 100% recommend The Prestige. It's in my top 3 best films ever!
#5
I would 100% recommend the departed.
#6
Good Will Hunting
#7
Team America now thats a film!
#8
city dragon and the force within. im trying to get them as the best films on imdb. £1 dvd's are some of the best commedy you'll ever see
#9
The Thing and Big Trouble in Little China. Could watch those over and over again lol
#10
Scent Of A Woman Al Pacino :)
#11
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ive just finished watching a truly classic horror movie.

VACANCY is really good for a nights viewing.

If youve seen it what are your thoughts on it?

So back on topic....

Thought it was pretty rubbish tbh. Nothing that hasn't been done before and very predictable.

My current recommendations are: The Kingdom, Shoot em up (no brain needed to watch this one) and Balls of Fire (suffers from vacancy syndrome but is actaully quite funny).

One to miss : The Ten
#12
The Terminator by Arnold T Schwarzenegger
#13
Clearly Bad Santa is the greatest triumph of cinematic art yet seen.
#14
Have to agree with Shengis - Vacancy was a poor effort for all the reasons stated.

watched Children of Men in HD on Saturday - that was good!... very good!

Also agree with The Prestige and definately Bad Santa!
banned#15
empire records! now thats a classic
#16
Back to the future anyone?
#17
Leon FTW
#18
The 39 Steps
#19
natversion1
Leon FTW


Got to agree with that lol
#20
jayhab
and definately Bad Santa!


That film is TOTAL class. One of my all time favourites but one that is often overlooked. For those that haven't seen/heard of it, heres the trailer (clean version lol).

CLICK ME!!!!!!!!
banned#21
Dead Mans Shoes is a fantastic movie too.
#22
Here are 250 top rating movie on Internet, http://www.imdb.com/chart/top
Don't really agree with most but The Shawshank Redemption got my vote! :thumbsup:
#23
North by Northwest, Citizen Kane, City Of God, The Motorcycle Diaries, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Dazed and Confused, Lords of Dogtown, Grosse Point Blank, Once Upon A Time In The West, Se7en, Fight Club....... These are all great.
#24
i liked city of god, in a slightly disturbed, upsetting kind of way.
:)
#25
arfster
Clearly Bad Santa is the greatest triumph of cinematic art yet seen.



i agree, i loved this film, finally a christmas movie i can stomach
#26
Dead Man's Shoes - friend recommended this to me ages ago, only just got round to watching it, excellent film.
#27
my favs are billy elliot,green mile and shawshank redemption,oh and planes,trains and autombiles!watched 28 weeks later last week which i though was very good!

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