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leah
September 4th, 2008, 06:40 PM
I last saw The House Bunny! It was a pretty funny movie. Ana Faris cracks me up. I went to see it with my best friend natalie so now I always say her name in a deep man voice. If your looking for a funny movie you should see the House Bunny. And no its not really all about porn stars, sorry guys. There are a couple scenes at the playboy mansion but not too much. It is really about a girl trying to help other girls become their own people. Its the typical protagonist and anatangonist chick movie. There is the mena girl and the nerdy girls. I mean really i doubt people have that bad of social issues. I have never experienced anything like movies portray. I realize it is really exaggerated, but does that stuff actually happen? Amd no matter what movie it is every sorority girl is a bitch! What the heck? Are they all really that mean and slutty? Jeez, makes you wanna be in a sorortiy huh? hahah!!!

I wish summer wasn't over. I dont think any good movies are coming out and i want to see something new! Why is it that every m ovie has at least remake? Is there no originallity? I think its kinda ridiculous that we have become less creative!! where are all the creative people to write us some great films???? Or even TV shows!
Speaking of TV One Tree Hill!!! The best show ever and great premeir!! Peyton and Lucas are finally back together!!!!!!

SJhanaye
September 4th, 2008, 10:57 PM
The last movie I watched was last night. Itís been one of my favorite movies since I was little girl. I hadnít watched it in a while and one of my friends had never seen it. Robert Zemeckis directed Forrest Gump, Winston Groom wrote the novel and Eric Roth wrote the screenplay. The movieís release date was July 6th, 1994. Itís considered a comedy, drama and romance. The films budget was fifty-five million dollars and its gross revenue was over six hundred and seventy-seven million dollars, making it the top grossing film in North America released that year. The film tells a story about a man with a low IQ of 75 and his epic journey through life. He meets historical figures; influences pop culture, experiences first-hand historic events while being largely unaware of their significance, but his true love Jenny eludes him. The film won six Oscars and had another thirty-two wins and thirty-eight nominations. Tom Hanks plays Forrest Gump and he was made for the role, he won an Oscar for best actor for his performance that year. Robin Wright Penn plays Jenny, who is beautiful in the film. Some people say that its too unrealistic, but the story is a fable, which means a brief fictitious story that teaches a moral, and this movie does just this. The biggest morals defined in this film are integrity and simple goodness. I think after watching Forrest Gump, we all wish we could be a little more like him. I just love everything about the movie, the places, the decades it captures, the characters. It has some of my favorite music: The Mamas and Papas, Jefferson airplane, Bob Dylan, Buffalo Springfield, and all the others. So if you have not seen this movie you should definitely watch the great story!

Evil Agent
September 5th, 2008, 12:05 AM
Hi

This is the second thread you've posted like this, leah, and once again I am providing a link to the correct thread for these kind of postings:

What's the last movie you saw...2008? (http://sffworld.com/forums/showthread.php?t=18750)