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    yeah most people have posted horrible films so far, apart from A Prophet which was probably the best flick i saw last year.

    i don't know, see MOON if you haven't already.

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    Brotherhood of the Wolf

    This movie is SICK!!!!

    ^ This is not the real wolf. It was a model made for the hunters based on people's descriptions.

    Yeah so this woman Monica Belluci is in this movie. She is so fine that it makes my balls tremble just seeing her in hi definitition.

    The plot is wikid and the cinematography is so good it will make any kid want to be a director. At one point the Indian guy takes some peyote and becomes in tune with nature and tracks the wolf to its lair. That part is my favorite!!

    I recommend Brotherhood Of The Wolf. Don't forget who told you so. Enjoy!

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    shes a hotty hotty..ever see that movie where she sexes the lil boy..eloels, shit was crazy.

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    dogtooth looks interesting
    i've seen moon and enjoyed it
    i will check out brotherhood of the wolf as well

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    Brotherhood of the wolf was wack, don't be fooled by it's cool visuals, thats what got me. The flick is boring as fuck and anticlimatic.

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    Watch "Acid House"

    By the same writers of Trainspotting. TRIPPY shit.

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    Brotherhood Of The Wolf is ill, favorite movie all time. Its a subtitled flik but that helps me get into the movie more. I dragged like 3 of my boys to the theatres to go see it and everyone liked it.
    Back to the topic watch The Human Centipede shit is a trip I kept rubbin my knees after I watched it lol.

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    if 45 minutes to an hour of slaughter is your thing, check out "rampage".
    noone famous in it. its just about a regular american male who reaches his boiling point and goes on a mad killing spree on main street in a self made suit of bullet proof armor.

    and get this, its directed by uwe bol. king of horrid movies. that in itself almost turned me away (and it should have). but i gotta say, he did a pretty good job on this. i think he just got pissed and said fuck it.
    the subject matter for this movie guarantees no type of promotion for it. but its a damn brutal flick.
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    ^^^you lost me with uwe bol, lol

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    i really enjoyed denzel's The Book Of Eli.....


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    ^^^how was gary oldman in it?

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    book of eli was fairly good...gary oldman is excellent as usual, i thought visually the movie was well done...the acting in general was of a pretty high standard, with denzel and oldman being the standouts, i thought mila kunis held her own as well.

    i should have brotherhood of the wolf tomorrow.

    keep the recommendations coming

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    Best thriller ever made, with the sickest twist i have ever seen....
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    copied from another site, I watched most these. Secret Space was prob my favorite or the pedo ring. Why we bang is gay don't bother with it

    10 Google Video Documentaries To Watch.
    Here are some of my favorites. They are all very informative and entertaining. At least to me.

    1. Dangerous Knowledge

    In this one-off documentary, David Malone looks at four brilliant mathematicians - Georg Cantor, Ludwig Boltzmann, Kurt Gödel and Alan Turing - whose genius has profoundly affected us, but which tragically drove them insane and eventually led to them all committing suicide.

    2. Dogfighting Undercover

    BBC-Dogfighting Undercover-August 30, 2007 Investigation into the secret and dangerous world of international dogfighting. For a year and a half, a BBC undercover team operated alongside dogfighting gangs in the UK and Europe, capturing on camera the savagery of organised fights. The film also reveals how American pitbull terriers - a banned breed created to be the ultimate canine gladiator - have been sold by the gangs into inner city Britain.

    3. Secret Space

    'A masterful documentary it cracks on at a tremendous pace. A subject that at first seems too ridiculous to contemplate leaves you nodding in agreement ... I always thought there was something suspicious about NASA's attitude to UFOs. Now I know why.' - Jason Cooney, K-Drive Radio, Los Angeles.

    4. The History Of Freemasonry Of US

    Very interesting documentary about freemasonry in US from the very first days of independence. Produced by the History Channel.

    5. The Iceman - Confessions Of A Mafia Hitman

    Up Close and Personal with a Killer. When I was finally admitted into the bowels of Trenton State Prison in New Jersey’s capital to interview multiple murderer Richard Kuklinski, a.k.a. “the Iceman,” it wasn’t at all what I had expected. My assumption was that it would be like the movies. We’d be separated by a shatter-proof glass barrier. We’d communicate through telephone handsets. There would be guards all around watching our every move. But I couldn’t have been more wrong. Clarice Starling had more protection when she visited Dr. Hannibal “the Cannibal” Lector in The Silence of the Lambs. At least she had bars.

    6. Zeitgeist The Movie

    Most of you know this one and seen it, but for those who might not.

    7. The Half-Ton Man Documentary

    Patrick Deuel is the world's heaviest man - almost 1100 pounds. This documentary opens with paramedics removing a wall of his house in Valentine, Nebraska and transporting him six hours to a hospital where he spent months trying to lose weight to qualify for a gastric bypass operation.

    8. Conspiracy Of Silence - Pedophile Ring In Washington DC

    This was the biggest scandal in the history of the U.S.A history. The story received some newspaper coverage but there was a TV News Media blackout on the subject. For this reason, most Americans have never heard of it. Former republican Senator John Decamp was involved in the production a documentary called "Conspiracy of Silence" it was to air May 3, 1994 on the Discovery Channel. This documentary exposed a network of religious leaders and Washington politicians who flew children to Washington D.C. for sex orgies. At the last minute before airing, unknown congressmen threatened the TV Cable industry with restrictive legislation if this documentary was aired. Almost immediately, the rights to the documentary were purchased by unknown persons who had ordered all copies destroyed. A copy of this videotape was furnished anonymously to former Nebraska state senator and attorney John De Camp who made it available to retired F.B.I. chief, Ted L. Gunderson.

    9. Why We Bang Documentary

    The film, "Why We Bang," produced and directed by Orlando Myrics and Clifford Jordan for Ghetto Logik Entertainment is an independent film that documents the historical background of LA's Bloods and Crips gangs, then transitions into several interviews of current and former members of the Bloods and Crips of Los Angeles.

    10. Big Sugar

    Big Sugar explores the dark history and modern power of the world's reigning sugar cartels. Using dramatic reenactments, it reveals how sugar was at the heart of slavery in the West Indies in the 18th century, while showing how present-day consumers are slaves to a sugar-based diet. Going undercover, Big Sugar witnesses the appalling working conditions on plantations in the Dominican Republic, where Haitian cane cutters live like slaves. Workers who live on Central Romano, a Fanjul-owned plantation, go hungry while working 12-hour days to earn $2 (US).
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