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    oke het is geen bios geworden

    ik heb wel the Bourne LEgacy gekeken, hij begon heel sterk, was zeker vermakelijk, maar tegen het einde werd het een beetje saai en toen was hij opeens afgelopen


    en ik heb ook The Hunger Games gekeken, hij was leuk
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    Abraham Lincoln vampire hunter.....film opzich is niet veel bijzonders maar wel erg gave special effects

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    Gisteren Looper gezien in de bios. Hij was inderdaad niet zo bijzonder.

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    net gezien The man with the iron fists.....lekker brute martial arts van en met rza. plus een gave soundtrack

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    Woow kicke
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    looper kan je al online krijgen..

    bourne vond ik niet zo geweldig. werd inderdaad saai en het was afgelopen voordat je het doorhad.

    the words vond ik een goede film, gaat over het plegen van plagiaat. verwacht geen zware actie, het is een drama met een klein beetje thriller aspecten.

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    Hmm... Ik vond Bourne eigenlijk best wel goed.

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    smaken verschillen :-) ik ben in eerste instantie in slaap gevallen, maar dat kan ook komen door de hoeveelheid alcohol de avond ervoor.. savonds afgekeken en ik was niet erg onder de indruk.

    trouble with the curve is ook wel een aardige film trouwens. met clint eastwood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICON View Post
    smaken verschillen :-) ik ben in eerste instantie in slaap gevallen, maar dat kan ook komen door de hoeveelheid alcohol de avond ervoor.. savonds afgekeken en ik was niet erg onder de indruk.

    trouble with the curve is ook wel een aardige film trouwens. met clint eastwood.
    Zegt me niks. Een film kijken met teveel alcohol op de avond van tevoren. Doe ik nooooit. Ik was gisteren bij de tandarts, werd twee x boren, terwijl ik de dag daarvoor ietsiepietsie teveel Schots levenswater had genuttigd. Man ! BUMMER! Spechten die op mijn kop zaten te kloppen en een bij met een stofzuiger in mijn harses. Qua films probeer ik Looper ff te downloaden. leek me juist leuk, maar als ik de verhalen hier lees...... Ga nu ff Taken 2 kijken. B back with a coment.
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    Nou Taken 2 was een slap aftreksel van deel 1. "What are you going to do " "What i do best". Man net zo ranzig als " I´ll be back". En looper was een magere film. Einde klopte geen reet van. Wat daar gebeurde zou voorkomen hebben dat alles WAT er in de film gebeurde überhaubt plaat vond. Leuk hoor tijdreisgrappen.
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    Heeft iemand Kill em All al gezien? Soort Saw gemixt met Martial Arts. Kicken film.

    Tja.. The man With The Iron Fists... Ik voelde me weer als een klein jongetje dat zijn eerste "Shaw Brothers" film keek!

    Deadfall: leuke thriller
    Hit and run: leuke film
    End of Watch: cool. (makers van Trainingday)

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    cloud atlas ( tom hanks) en flight 2012( denzel washington) zijn al in goede kwaliteit online te vinden..
    cloud atlas draait nu in de bioscoop en flight 2012 komt pas in maart geloof ik

    wordt n mooi film avondje.

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    Cloud Atlas schijnt best een rukfilm te zijn als ik het zo lees overal. Maar goed, ik ga hem wel kijken binnenkort, heb toch een abo. Vanavond maar The Hobbit proberen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FOCUS View Post
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    Idd een dikke film!

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    The Hobbit was wel vermakelijk. Niet super, maar gewoon een lekker wegkijkertje. 3D HFR is wel echt een verbetering op gewoon 3D trouwens, veel scherper, mooier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FOCUS View Post
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    Vette trailer !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leventdepevent View Post
    ik ben wel benieuwd naar deze
    haha, die Amerikanen laten er geen gras over groeien........nu al een film over dit onderwerp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richelieu View Post
    haha, die Amerikanen laten er geen gras over groeien........nu al een film over dit onderwerp.
    The CIA Is Not Too Happy with 'Zero Dark Thirty'

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    Acting CIA director Michael Morell is not happy -- not one bit happy -- with how the CIA was ultimately portrayed in Zero Dark Thirty, that new movie getting all the buzz about the hunt for Osama bin Laden.
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    "I would not normally comment on a Hollywood film," Morell starts, "but I think it important to put Zero Dark Thirty, which deals with one of the most significant achievements in our history, into some context." Morell published a company-wide memo to the CIA's website late Friday evening, which is pretty unusual in and of itself. But Morell felt he needed to weigh in on the many controversies surrounding the movie, including the weird reports over the gender of the movie's main character and that whole icky bit about torture. "But in doing so, the film takes significant artistic license, while portraying itself as being historically accurate."
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    He goes on to clarify the movie is "a dramatization, not a realistic portrayal of the facts," and that the CIA, despite helping a little with the production, does "not control the final product."
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    His three main complaints about Zero Dark are:
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    First, the hunt for Usama Bin Ladin was a decade-long effort that depended on the selfless commitment of hundreds of officers. The filmmakers attributed the actions of our entire Agency—and the broader Intelligence Community—to just a few individuals. This may make for more compelling entertainment, but it does not reflect the facts. The success of the May 1st 2011 operation was a team effort—and a very large team at that.
    Second, the film creates the strong impression that the enhanced interrogation techniques that were part of our former detention and interrogation program were the key to finding Bin Ladin. That impression is false. As we have said before, the truth is that multiple streams of intelligence led CIA analysts to conclude that Bin Ladin was hiding in Abbottabad. Some came from detainees subjected to enhanced techniques, but there were many other sources as well. And, importantly, whether enhanced interrogation techniques were the only timely and effective way to obtain information from those detainees, as the film suggests, is a matter of debate that cannot and never will be definitively resolved.
    Third, the film takes considerable liberties in its depiction of CIA personnel and their actions, including some who died while serving our country. We cannot allow a Hollywood film to cloud our memory of them.
    The most important complaint, obviously, is the bit about "enhanced interrogation techniques," a.k.a. torture. Just a few days ago, the curious combination of Diane Feinstein, John McCain and Carl Levin sent a letter to Sony Pictures requesting a disclaimer be played before the film. The Washington Post also astutely points out a Senate committee recently approved a report that said "water-boarding and other brutal CIA interrogation methods did not produce meaningful results," in the hunt for Bin Laden. All in all, things don't look good for the Zero Dark writers and producers.
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    To hear them tell it, they're just trying to condense years of interrogations and intelligence gathering into a watchable movie. Mark Boal, Zero Dark's screenwriter, defended the movie to The New York Times:
    “I’m trying to compress a program that lasted for years into a few short scenes,” he said. The film, he said, attempts “to reflect a very complex debate about torture that is still going on” and shows brutal treatment producing both true and false information.
    Like the debate about torture, we suspect the debate over Zero Dark's depiction of torture will never, ever come to an end.
    THE CURE IS FREE, YOU'RE PAYING FOR THE DISEASE.

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    mensen,
    het wordt zo'n fantastisch filmjaar!

    ff zomaar wat trailers randomly picked
    waar ik zelf naar uitkijk dan he

    smaken verschillen...

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    "If you have to stop and think, it's too late"

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    "If you have to stop and think, it's too late"

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    "If you have to stop and think, it's too late"

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    "If you have to stop and think, it's too late"

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    "If you have to stop and think, it's too late"

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