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    Ok two of my favourites:

    All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)
    Paths of Glory (1957)

    If you like films about war, which are outside the typical gung ho nationalism genre, and the 1st world war in particular, those two are a must.
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    Quote Originally Posted by caravel View Post
    Ok two of my favourites:

    All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)
    Paths of Glory (1957)

    If you like films about war, which are outside the typical gung ho nationalism genre, and the 1st world war in particular, those two are a must.
    Never saw Paths, but All Quiet was one of my favorite books as well as movies! Such a sad ending!
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    Act of Valor was a great one. Definitely recommend it!

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    Some of you, I know have already seen Cloverfield, but I just got around to watching it for the first time:

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1060277/

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cloverfield

    Generally speaking, "shaky camera" movies are a huge turn-off for me, and this movie was about 98% big-time shakiness, but if you can watch long enough to acclimate yourself to it, this is really a well-done movie. The shakiness added a lot to the realism of the movie and it's doubtful that it would have been as good without it.

    The acting is pretty good, the story is good, the suspense is very much there, and the special effects are really quite amazing. The movie starts off a little slow, but once things get rolling, it's quite a ride. If you have a good sound system, be sure to crank up the volume to get the full effect, as this movie has a spectacular sound track.
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    I really liked Cloverfield. And I know what you mean about the 'shaky camera' way of filming. But this one didn't bother me, at all.
    And I really liked the creature design. Not to reveal anything to those who haven't seen it, but the smaller creature were just plain freaky!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayd512 View Post
    I really liked Cloverfield.
    Yeah, I liked it so much that I've now ordered Super 8 since it's supposed to be similar in nature. Will report back after it's delivered and has been viewed.
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    Just finished watching Hugo 3D and while the cinematography and 3D effects were beautifully done (there was a bit of ghosting in a few scenes), the story itself kind of drags on. I'll try to watch it again in 3D, and then one more time in 2D before deciding whether or not this blu-ray disc was a bit of my money wasted.
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    I saw it a while back, and am probably gonna be watching it aging soon:
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    Just watched a movie called I Am David.
    IMDb - I Am David (2003)

    Very interesting and entertaining.

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