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The Best Movie of 2005 was...

Brokeback Mountain
13
9%
Capote
0
No votes
Crash
5
4%
Goodnight, and Good Luck
1
1%
Munich
4
3%
Walk The Line
9
7%
Revenge of the Sith
24
18%
Harry Potter
25
18%
Narnia
34
25%
Other
22
16%
 
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Thu Mar 02, 2006 12:52 am
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I'll excuse the fact that you haven't voted Walk the Line because you're all youngun's, musically speaking.

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Thu Mar 02, 2006 1:15 am
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I voted Walk the Line, but besides that Kung Fu Hustle was an excellent film.
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Thu Mar 02, 2006 1:38 am
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It was either Narnia or other... :roll: Howl should have been on there, animated or no.

But the others? Not that I've seen all of them. Brokeback - gay sheepherders aside - was just a bluntly stupid film. Good acting there, I suppose...and then nil.
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Thu Mar 02, 2006 1:43 am
Empress Kat says...



I can see why this is the YOUNG Writers Socioety. The votes reflect it


I'm gonna have to agree with Dono on that one... Narnia? While fun to watch... it was nothing near best.
Out of the movies I've seen I say this:
Harry Potter was good, but the book was soooo much longer and the movie seemed really rushed, which is how I see all the HP movies. I still like 'em though.
Crash was great. Very thought provoking... not that I'm a big fan of thinking.
Revenge of the Sith was great. Very "emotional rollercoaster" ... HE KILLED THE CHILDREN!!!
Kung Fu Hustle... tehehe what a fun movie. It took me twice to watch it... I don't like reading...

And I Sooooo can't wait to see Brokeback Mt and Walk the line... and every other movie ever filmed... I like movies.

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Thu Mar 02, 2006 1:49 am
Elizabeth says...



I don't know which was my favourite one... because, I cant remember when movies were released and all that.... but I liked most of them...




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Thu Mar 02, 2006 1:51 am
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Brokeback Mountain was probably the BEST movie I have ever seen in my life, as was Crash. If you haven't seen Crash, get out there and see it! Both are phenominal movies.
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Thu Mar 02, 2006 2:59 am
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Eww, Revenge of the Sith.

...eww.

Heheh, Kung Fu Hustle.
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Thu Mar 02, 2006 10:11 am
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My favorite was Howl's moving castle. I don't know how many times I went and saw it. There were lots of people that wanted to go and I saw it with all of them. I forget what other films I saw last year. I went to see Lassie. And was the only person there.
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Thu Mar 02, 2006 11:39 am
Bobo says...



I haven't seen most of those movies. Oh well, what can you expect?




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Fri Mar 03, 2006 5:38 am
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Is this not a blatant example of how sheeny polish can drive our forms of entertainment today, as opposed to true, rich content and ideal?

I dunno, just a thought. Maybe I'm just mad because nobody voted for my movie choice. But I'm almost positive that 'revenge of the sith' was, if not, at face value, entertaining, absolute crap underneath it all.

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Fri Mar 03, 2006 1:45 pm
Areida says...



I'm not going to vote until I see Munich and Walk the Line, because the only others I've seen are the new Harry Potter and Narnia, lol. And while both were great, I have a feeling there are better movies up there.

As for Brokeback Mountain, I heard that the acting was great, but that the plot was pretty sad. Plus, in two or three reviews I read, they said that Texans were presented as this big bunch of hicks, and that drives me nuts.
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Harry potter wins hands down.
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Fri Mar 03, 2006 6:31 pm
Crayon says...



King Kong and Narnia win, thats all there is too it. Well maybe im a little bias because I live in New Zealand! But still they were both such cool movies, i cried!
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Misty says...



I am the only person I know who thought Narnia sucked out loud. I mean it was a kid movie. I actually liked Harry Potter more than Star Wars but I am a timeless Star Wars fan and I saw the movie six times (in theater) and cried every time. (hey, I can understand that he HAD to go to the dark side, but honestly, did they have to show us the whole horrible mortification? they set his HAIR on fire! That's just evil!)

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Fri Mar 03, 2006 9:19 pm
Rei says...



No offense, but I think that's the worst reason for saying a movie sucked. It's also insulting to the children's writer, saying that they do not write quality work.
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