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#1 Ckulakov

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Posted 20 June 2005 - 09:46 PM

I just saw "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" it was good with some pretty funny parts.

On the cinematography aspect it had some beautifull scenes especially the ones where Brad and Jolie meet for the first time.

What do you think
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#2 Matt Pacini

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Posted 21 June 2005 - 01:28 PM

I hate to reveal my cynical side like this, but I have a system that I use to decide whether or not to bother seeing a film, which has proven to be almost 100% accurate for me.

1. If the stars name(s) are larger than the title, it's stinker.
2. If both Ebert & Roeper give it a thumbs down, it's a stinker. (This was even more accurate when Siskel was alive)
3. If the poster has one (or more) of the characters standing there with a badass look on their face, and they're holding a pistol, it's a stinker.

Besides, I've seen so much publicity over Pitt & Jolie's playing tonsil hockey, that I feel like I've already seen the movie.

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#3 Elhanan Matos

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Posted 24 June 2005 - 12:54 AM

I was really surprised when I saw this movie. It was a very "fun" movie to watch. Just remember to take it for what it is, don't go in expecting a Fellini...
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#4 Michel Hafner

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Posted 25 June 2005 - 02:12 AM

Coming from seeing "Batman Begins" 3 hours earlier (a very good looking print) this one reminded me why I hate DIs when combined with digital grain reduction. Another one of these Technicolor DIs with messed up textures all over. Yuck!
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