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What was the last good movie you saw?

Wow. That's a good one because in the last week I've seen almost fifteen films. That's because of work, but with school it can be a hassle. I really like Boiler Room, but I don't know if that's because of how cool that film is, the tallent(s) of Vin Diesel or if it's really good. I loved The Big Kahuna and Riding in Cars with Boys was really cathartic for me. Made with John Favreau was pretty decent. I like a lot of films.

Jaden, 21
Brampton, Ontario  CANADA

The Heist

Jonathan, 19
Brevard
, NC   USA

Yesterday while I was sick at home I watched Nightmare on Elm street 4- Dream Warriors. It was awesome.

Dianne, 17
Ontario  CANADA

The Sixth Sense

Russell, 36
Durham
, NC   USA

I recently re-rented Air Force One....but prior to that, I had rented Private Benjamin. Both great flicks.

Fisch, 46
Preston
, CT   USA

Last movie I saw was Harry Potter which was ok and faithful to the book. However, the last really good movie I saw that had any really impact was Ghost World.

Felicia, 35
Lowell
, MA   USA

The last good movie I saw was Shallow Hal. It was funny and cute. At the time I needed a good laugh.

Marci, 56
Diamond
, OH   USA

Life as a House. Great movie. See it!

Talia, 24
Wilton
, CT   USA

DIMPLES featuring Shirley Temple

Melodi, 19
Gahanna
, OH   USA

I think the most recent movie I saw in a theater was "From Hell" starring Johnny Depp and Heather Graham - that was pretty good. The last movie I saw in a theater that really touched me was "Aimee & Jaguar," a German movie - I immediately bought the book it was based on. The last movie I saw at all was The Phantom Menace when it aired on TV a couple of days ago, and I did NOT like that one.

etoile, 20
Washington
, DC  USA

Harry Potter. Slow but way cute

Firelady, 23
Dallas
, TX   USA

I just took my grandchildren to see Harry Potter, which I found both delightful and faithful to the book. Before that I saw Tortilla Soup, which was very light and funny.

Jane, 62
West Linn
, OR   USA

Zoolander wasn't too too stupid. Stiller carried it reasonably well considering it was basically an SNL pic.

Alias Irrelevante

In a theater? Harry Potter.

Karen, 22
Marshalltown/Ames
, IA   USA

I would have to say SHREK. I went with my 10 year old niece and I never laughed so hard.

Janet, 44
E. Brunswick
, NJ  USA

I'm not much of a movie goer.

Jill, 60
Saylorsburg
, PA  USA

My fiance and I saw Monsters, Inc. this last weekend and it was adorable.

Stephanie, 25
TX  USA

erm... Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone... but generally that's not the "type" of movie I enjoy...

Johanna, 18
OK  USA

legally blonde probably...i haven't been to a movie in a while. i wanna see domestic disturbance this weekend though!!

Mandi, 17
Lake City
, MN   USA

I saw K-Pax a few weeks ago...pretty good movie. This weekend, I saw Shallow Hal with my family...rate it a C+. Of course, I am totally looking forward to Lord of the Rings movie.

Frodo
age unknown, parts unknown

Shrek

Ryan, 28
Riedlingen  GERMANY

the last great movie i saw was Kpax it was really good and not too mushy.

Nicole2, 20
FL  USA

Domestic Disturbance

Patty

The last good movie I saw at the theater was "Ghost World"... the last good movie I saw at home was "Fight Club" for the 1230983904th time.

Maggie, 22
Sandwich
, IL   USA

The last movie we saw in the theater was Monsters, Inc. That was really cute. My three-year-old daughter really enjoyed it. The last movie we watched at home was The Life of Brian. Monty Python movies are insane and Brian was no exception.

Aaron, 22
VA   USA

I just saw Spy Games and even though it wasn't like the previews on TV, I still thought it was really good. I really want to see Harry Potter and Ocean's Eleven. Harry might beat out Spy Games. It's a tough call though...Brad Pitt is in the other two movies!!!!

Tracy, 24
Ocean City,
NJ  USA

Mosters Inc on November 13.

Laura, 36
Lowell
, MA   USA

I wathced The Sandlot a couple weeks ago. That's a good'n. The kid plays  dead to make out with the lifeguard, dude! We've all wanted to. Go on and admit it.

A-Dog, 19
McMinnville
, OR  USA

Well, I guess it depends on what makes a movie "good." If it means I walked out thinking about more than I walked in thinking about, then I don't think I can't even remember the last good movie I saw. If it just means an entertaining movie, then "Shallow Hal."

Angela, 18
Bella Vista
, AR  USA

Harry Potter! Hes the best! Still, I concede, the book was wwwwaaaayyyyy better.

Derya

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.

Eric, 19
Beverly Hills
, CA  USA

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone for the 2nd time, last night. . .

mothmc, 37
Los Angeles
, CA  USA

Lord of the Rings.

Celeste, 30
Colorado Springs
, CO  USA

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