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Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
Back to the Future Part II
Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
The Boat That Rocked
Borat: Cultural Learnings of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
The Breakfast Club
The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button
The Dark Knight
A Fish Called Wanda
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
King Kong 
Lady and the Tramp
The Lion King
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
The Mask 
Me, Myself & Irene
Men In Black
Nutty Professor II: The Klumps
The Nutty Professor 
The Polar Express
The Shawshank Redemption
The Simpsons Movie
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
This Boy's Life
This Is Spinal Tap
Toy Story 2
Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen
Twilight Zone: The Movie
Up in the Air
Withnail & I
The World Is Not Enough
American Pie Presents Beta House
American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile
Brave New Girl
Bring It On Again
Bring It On: All Or Nothing
Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd
The 18 Year Old Virgin
The Hottie And The Nottie
The Perfect Man
Aaron Eckhart as Harvey Dent/Two-Face in The Dark Knight
Adam Sandler as George Simmons in Funny People
Al Pacino as Frank Slade in Scent of a Woman
Angelina Jolie as Lisa Rowe in Girl, Interrupted
Ben Stiller as White Goodman in Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
Brad Pitt as Chad Feldheimer in Burn After Reading
Brad Pitt as Benjamin Button in The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button
Cate Blanchett as Irina Spalko in Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull
Dustin Hoffman as Raymond Babbitt in Rain Man
Eddie Murphy as Sherman Klump, Buddy Love and Various in The Nutty Professor/Nutty Professor II: The Klumps
George Clooney as Miles in Intolerable Cruelty
George Clooney as Ryan Bingham in Up in the Air
Heath Ledger as The Joker in The Dark Knight
Jim Carrey as Charlie/Hank in Me, Myself And Irene
John Lithgow as Dick Soloman in Third Rock From The Sun
Johnny Depp as Raoul Duke in Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas
Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow in The Pirates of The Caribbean Trilogy
Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater in Titanic
Kevin Spacey as Lester Burnham in American Beauty
Kevin Spacey as Lex Luthor in Superman Returns
Leonardo DiCaprio as Frank Abignale Jr in Catch Me If You Can
Mark Wahlberg as Staff Sgt. Dignam in The Departed
Mickey Rourke as Marv in Sin City
Mickey Rourke as Ivan Vanko/Whiplash in Iron Man 2
Mike Myers as Austin Powers, Dr Evil and Various in the Austin Powers trilogy
Robert Downey Jr as Charlie Chaplin in Chaplin
Robert Downey Jr as Tony Stark/Iron Man in Iron Man/Iron Man 2
Robert Downey Jr as Kirk Lazarus in Tropic Thunder
Robert Downey Jr as Sherlock Holmes in Sherlock Holmes
Tom Cruise as Les Grossman in Tropic Thunder
Tom Hanks as Forrest Gump in Forrest Gump
Will Ferrell as Frank Ricard in Old School
Zach Galifianakis as Alan Garner in The Hangover
Favourite TV Shows:
Blackadder Goes Forth
Curb Your Enthusiasm
How I Met Your Mother
I'm Alan Partridge
The IT Crowd
The Mighty Boosh
Mock the Week
Never Mind the Buzzcocks
3rd Rock from the Sun
Two and a Half Men
Movie of my Dreams
After viewing this movie, it's remained in my head for some time. Quite simply a stunning movie. I love the mix of different genres. Even though this is intended to be a sci-fi movie, I sometimes thought I was watching an action thriller or a drama. Even without the over-use of special effects we're used to, this film blew me away, especially the rotating corridor scene. Christopher Nolan has proved he is capable of becoming the next Stanley Kubrick. Leonardo DiCaprio puts on a fine performance as ever, and it's refreshing to see him in a sci-fi for a change. The stellar supporting cast are all superb and do a great job in the movie. Inception is a tribute to visionary film-making and if it doesn't become as successful as The Dark Knight, it certainly puts Christopher Nolan on the map as one of the greatest film-makers of all time.
King Kong (2005)
King of the Swingers!
When a remake comes out, everyone instantly compares it to the original and most the time, the original is always better. Not with this movie though, and not just in terms of special effects. This movie is an epic that will blow you away, glorious in every minute. This is intelligently set in the 1930's, the era when the original movie came out. It's an hour before we see the king of the jungle himself, but it's well worth the wait. When King Kong captures Ann Darrow, portrayed beautifully by Naomi Watts, there develops a dilemma and as Darrow feels sympathy for the giant gorilla, it makes very gripping, epic viewing. Jack Black is perfectly cast as Carl Denham and Adrien Brody is superbly cast as Jack Driscoll. The effects are incredible, particularly the dinosaur stampede and this remake is certainly better in every aspect than the original, as this movie is just simply breathtaking.
The Invention of Lying (2009)
This 'Comedy' is One Big Lie!
It's hard to believe that Ricky Gervais wrote and starred in such garbage like this. From the trailers, I thought this would be the cleverest and funniest movie of the year. Instead, I think I've seen the worst movie of the year. The movie shows promise early on, with Gervais' character finding the truth is working against him, but then fails to deliver, with unnecessary sentiment, with the mother dying, though everyone believing in that place you go to after you die, is slightly amusing. Also the movie then is about Gervais falling for Jennifer Garner's character and it just becomes some lame romcom. The ending is the worst part, as I thought it would be about everyone discovering the invention of lying, it was just about Gervais getting the girl, and then teaching his son how to lie. Very disappointing, with all the promise shown, and this movie is surprising, but not in a good way!
65 Million Thumbs Up!
To follow up a masterpiece as the first Jurassic Park movie, my personal favourite movie of all time, was always going to be such an uphill task. Thankfully Steven Spielberg was behind the camera once again, and has, once again, provided us with another prehistoric blockbuster masterpiece. Jeff Goldblum and Richard Attenborough also return, with the latter returning only briefly, and Julianne Moore, Pete Postlethwaite and Arliss Howard join the cast and all do a tremendous job. Excitingly for us, the dinosaurs also return. Now there are two Tyrannosaurus Rex's, plus a baby, and the Tyrannosaurus in San Diego is almost a fantasy for dinosaur fanatics. This movie has adventure and suspense, all played to the highest level.
Up in the Air (2009)
George Clooney Flying Sky High!
George Clooney gives the performance of his career. Stepping aside from smooth, suave characters he always portrays, he delivers a much more down-to-earth and very believable, and very human, performance as Ryan Bingham. The supporting cast, particularly Oscar nominees Vera Farminga and Twilight's Anna Kendrick, provide superb back-up and contribute to making this movie such a pleasurable experience very nicely indeed. Jason Reitman does a superb job behind the camera and brings this movie the class and attitudes it needs. The characters are very engaging and you do sympathise with Clooney's Bingham from all the loneliness he goes through. Without a doubt, this is best movie of the year, and most likely will be for the rest of the year.
Jurassic Park (1993)
Best Movie in Prehistory!
Jurassic Park is my favourite movie of all time. Quite a statement that is to say, but with engaging characters and a supremely intelligent storyline, plus, of course, special dinosaur effects, there is not one single flaw with this movie. One of the cleverest things about Jurassic Park is that as the Tyrannosaurus Rex is the biggest carnivorous dinosaur, it would be considered in most dinosaur movies as the main villain. However it's the Velociraptor who comes across us viewers as the more intimidating, particularly in the kitchen scene with Lex and Tim, which is the most scariest scene I've seen from any movie. Steven Spielberg uses his fantastic camera direction, showing he's one of the greatest movie directors of all time, and he comes up with a prehistoric masterpiece 65 million years in the making!
Pandora's Box of Surprises
I don't think I have come out of a cinema screening more blown away from any movie I've ever seen than I have when I saw Avatar at the cinema. No doubt as far as special effects are concerned, this is a landmark in cinema history. There is no surprise that this is currently the highest- grossing movie of all time in the box office. James Cameron has captured the movie in such breathtaking fashion, and special effects aside, the storyline will have you glued to the screen and the love story between Jake Sully and Neytriyi will be romantic for those who are watching that are on a date. This movie has everything, it delivers everything, and with the sequel coming up, I think we could yet again be in for a treat!
Drowning in a Sea of Love
If there's any movie that will make you fall in love, this would be it. The setting is beautiful and the performances from the cast compliment the film nicely, particularly the leading roles portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio and the deservedly Oscar-winning Kate Winslet. The romance shown is one that will have you in tears and will make you fall in love yourself. You do engage with all the characters nicely, particularly couples watching who are in love themselves, the story really draws you in, and also the ending is almost guaranteed to have you reaching for the tissues as you dry your tears. There is no wonder that this is considered possibly the most romantic movie ever shown on screen and the ultimate tear-jerker!
The Dark Knight (2008)
The Dark Knight shines light to success
Without a doubt one of the best movies I've seen. Absolutely outstanding. I was blown away when I saw this at the cinema. Batman Begins too was outstanding and would've been hard to top that, but this movie is an incredible movie experience.
Christopher Nolan's direction is so atmospheric, so too is the score by Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard, particarly in the scenes with the Joker. They create such a chilling atmosphere and it truly does leave you on the edge of your seat. I also love how there's no need for CGI or any special effects, like Joel Schumacher. This feels more like a crime epic than a superhero movie, and that's how Batman should be.
Once again, the acting is on top form. Christian Bale is on majestic form as the dark knight himself, Maggie Gyllenhaal is the perfect replacement for Katie Holmes as Rachel Dawes, Aaron Eckhart is a terrifying Two-Face, way better than Tommy Lee Jones's camp portrayal in Joel Schumacher's Batman Forever, and Michael Caine, Gary Oldman and Morgan Freeman all reprise their roles very nicely indeed.
Of course, I should spare a paragraph for Heath Ledger's portrayal as the Joker. One of the most terrifying performances I have ever witnessed on screen. Simply terrific. It's hardly any surprise Heath Ledger won an Oscar for his role. I must state that the loss of Heath Ledger is devastating. The acting world has lost a true artist and has done some amazing work. This just tops the lot!
It's hard to put down in words how amazing The Dark Knight really is. This franchise of Batman is looking highly impressive, very dark and I think we can all safely agree the follow- up will find it quite impossible to surpass the quality of The Dark Knight.
The Hottie & the Nottie (2008)
All nottie, no hottie!
One of the worst films I have ever seen. How Paris Hilton does movies, I will never know.
I fail to see what's so funny, romantic or charming about this film. It's predictable, lame, the worst dialogue I have seen in any movie and unfunny in every way possible.
Sure, the nottie gets the guy in the end, which should be sweet, but I just think the whole thing is stupid, plus the ending was far too rushed and not climatic at all.
You have to be drunk, stoned or have serious mental health issues to enjoy this movie. Whenever you see a film with Paris Hilton in it, you should know better but to see it.