I remember there being quite a bit of graphic stuff in the movie, but somehow I don't recall Ewan's :shocked: ever making an appearance. That is a pretty good movie, though. It reinforced my never wanting to work aboard a riverboat.Caesar said:Young Adam starring Ewan MacGregor and his uncircumcised penis. Also stars Tilda Swinton. It's a pretty cool story, a slow moving little movie but worth the time invested as I found it to be very interesting.
I didn't mind the Notebook.... or looking at RMcA for that matter. Did you guys get all teary eyed at the end? I didn't, and my mom said that I "had no soul". Ouch. :hurt:Caesar said:I like The Notebook. It's cheesy but RMcA is the bomb.
Thanks for giving away the ending jerkface!!! Now I'll have to watch the movie just to see RMcA's jar jar's.Caesar said:No I did not get teary eyed at the end of The Notebook, why would I? We should all be so lucky to die as old people with the ones we love...nothing to cry about, it should be celebrated.
Nah, not that one, though I did see that yeeeeears ago. Can't say I remember much about it.Caesar said:Night Watch ? What one ? Not the Ewan McGregor movie, was it?
It was a very interesting sci-fi/horror/action movie. The movie was based off the first installment of Sergei Lukianenko's novels (none of which I've read) about an epic struggle b/w good and evil. The sequel Day Watch has already been filmed and is released in Russia but a translated/dubbed and official version has yet to make it over here. When it does I'll definitely be watching because I'm very curious to see what happens. I guess I could read the novels...Among normal humans live the "Others" possessing various supernatural powers. They are divided up into the forces of light and the forces of the dark, who signed a truce several centuries ago to end a devastating battle. Ever since, the forces of light govern the day while the night belongs to their dark opponents. In modern day Moscow the dark Others actually roam the night as vampires while a "Night Watch" of light forces, among them Anton, the movie's protagonist, try to control them and limit their outrage.