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    How many of you watched "7" last night? I know it's an old show and I think i have watched it (including last night) about 5 times already, but i still find the show brilliant!!! The ending was classic!!

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    there's hundred and one thing about this film that will intrigue and probe into the deepest caverns of the human mind.

    A classic homocidal film revolving around the social grotesques of life.

    So good that it's all the worth to get the DVD from USA.

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    yes, it was a good film, I watched it on DVD, the one on TV got censored? I like the last part, where brad pitt shoot himself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ninelives
    yes, it was a good film, I watched it on DVD, the one on TV got censored? I like the last part, where brad pitt shoot himself.
    you mean on the DVD Brad shot himself??


    I thought he shot John Doe and got arrested.

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    argh... missed it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NitroTech
    you mean on the DVD Brad shot himself??


    I thought he shot John Doe and got arrested.

    oh really eh? don't remember , hehe, did you watch bone collector? the story is quite similar. but not so brutal.
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    of all the psycho homocidal flicks, my fave is still Silence of the Lambs... watch the Director's Cut version. very very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry
    of all the psycho homocidal flicks, my fave is still Silence of the Lambs... watch the Director's Cut version. very very good.
    Manhunter also not bad.

    but psycho wise i really love FIGHT CLUB... dunno y until the last part.
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    gosh, i heard its a good show but not yet have the time to show it!

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    Buy the DVD! no regrets...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt
    Manhunter also not bad.

    but psycho wise i really love FIGHT CLUB... dunno y until the last part.

    yah, the last past very strange, the part where he shot himself and bombing the buildings. talor died(vanished) but that "dont know who" never died.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ninelives
    oh really eh? don't remember , hehe, did you watch bone collector? the story is quite similar. but not so brutal.
    the bone collector is quite predictable leh.. guess who the psycho was in the the middle of the show....

    apparently the use of drama and case files to build the story here is not as efective as Se7en... you can hardly know who's John Doe was until he show himself up. A very good narrative suspense that part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninelives
    yah, the last past very strange, the part where he shot himself and bombing the buildings. talor died(vanished) but that "dont know who" never died.
    first rule of fight club is You do not talk about fight club. second rule of fight club is you DO NOT talk about fight club.

    you have just broken the first two rule of Fight Club.

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    i 4got the ending

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    i haven watch se7en b4...
    but i have 2 platinum edition dvd... R1, 1 opened 1 unopened...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry
    of all the psycho homocidal flicks, my fave is still Silence of the Lambs... watch the Director's Cut version. very very good.
    hello clarice...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NitroTech
    How many of you watched "7" last night? I know it's an old show and I think i have watched it (including last night) about 5 times already, but i still find the show brilliant!!! The ending was classic!!

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    When i first watched it on the big screen, i found the movie endlessly fascinating that i caught it 2 more times... And yes, it's the ending that really got to me and this was the movie that proved that Brad Pitt is so much more than a pretty face.

    Morgan Freeman deserves a big mention in this one too, since he was simply sublime...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfgang
    hello clarice...
    Phew.. wolfie,

    hello clarice... Anthony hopkins just whizzed pass my eyes, sent a chill up my spine.....

    Phew

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    Quote Originally Posted by waisj
    Phew.. wolfie,

    hello clarice... Anthony hopkins just whizzed pass my eyes, sent a chill up my spine.....

    Phew
    Yeah.. Hopkin's voice, in his H. Lecter role never fails to evoke that feeling of menace...
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    you know.. you must, liken to watching the Trilogy of LOTR or Matrix, you must watch the Trilogy of Hannibal Lector.

    Silence of the Lamb -> Hannibal -> Red dragon

    damn shiok!

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