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Justin

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  • Birthday 09/21/1987

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  1. I thought The Usual Suspects was a fantastic ending with a good movie around it. Justin
  2. Holy crap I just understood the movie! Justin
  3. We've watched, even on the internet as you've grown from a good kid, into a good man

  4. The Black Dahlia. It has it's moments but somehow I just did not really get this. I never really felt conected with the characters. DePalma is in top form the script just seemed to lack heart. 3 out of 5. A Scanner Darkly. Great stuff. An intelligent adaptation which doesn't just pluck an idea from the novel and go somewhere diffrent (pretty much any of the other PKD movies.) Performances are great. 4 out of 5. The Mosquito Coast. An interesting film that deals with some powerful concepts. Harrison Ford is surprisingly good. Some of the hostility from Rev Spellgood is a little far fetched. 4 o
  5. I concur. The Generations and First Contact commentary are fantastic. Justin - Who wishes the shows had commentary.
  6. I think we're getting off topic here. Joe, what were you saying? Justin
  7. Waiting... A great comedy. One of the funniest movies I've seen. 4/5. Justin
  8. The cheerleader story kind of lost steam though. I find the whole "be my friend again" theme to be kind of annoying. Ditch the nerd! Justin
  9. Wasn't The Good Shepherd released in '06? Where the heck is it? Justin
  10. Great episode. I think Niki's character is more interesting now. My favorite character is the father. Justin
  11. My favorite film was The Departed. The best film of the year would be a tie between The Departed, The Good Shepherd, and The Prestige. Justin
  12. The book is written in a rather unique way too. Very hard to get into. Justin
  13. The Good Shepherd. Wonderful, brilliant. Probably the best film of 2006. Damon pulls this role off incredibly well, he's also supported by a fantastic supporting cast like Angelina Jolie, Michael Gambon, and William Hurt. The real winners here are Eric Roth and Robert DeNiro who gave us a truly stunning screenplay and beautifully directed picture. Compared with Roth's previously unfocused dramatic attempt with Munich this is a much tighter and well built breath of fresh air. 5 out of 5. Justin
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