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Old 01-16-2010, 04:46 PM   #21
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I saw The Book of Eli last night. The time of the movie I wanted to see had been listed wrong. The only one still to see from the beginning was Eli, so I went to it

I LOVED IT!!!

The acting was fantastic! Mila Kunis was a big surprise for me ... as always beautiful, but her acting was very convincing as well. She played Jackie in one of my favorite sitcoms "That 70's show." I always felt that she was probably a good actress, because NO ONE is like Jackie in real life, LOL. In Eli she knocked me out

Denzel, who has been one of my favorites since "St Elsewhere" in the 80's, was great as expected, and the story had several surprises, which I will, of course, not reveal here. I'd really like to get a discusion going on this movie because it I enjoyed it on so many different leels, but I'll wait to talk about it till more of you have seen it.

I am disappointed to hear you see that Prescious stunk. I have been waiting anxiously for it to be released. With such a great story line, how did they mess it up?
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i really want to see Lovely Bones - it looks wonderful.
and in Feb, there is a movie coming out called Dear John, looks really great too.

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Lovely Bones is a good movie. I loved it.
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I read Lovley bones a few years ago. Rented "All about Steve"..I really like Sandra Bullock. Odd thing was is how much Mary is like me! Feels like someone was followin me around makin notes lol...Rain..
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Lovely Bones - from a book. True story. Great movie.
What I read is that the author Alice Sebald used some events in her life as an inspiration to write the Lovely Bones . When she was was a freshman in college she was raped and it led her to a life transformation. She learned that her rapist had killed a victim before her. Days after her rape she saw her rapist on the street. She then reported him to the police and he was arrested, she testified against him and he was convicted and received the maximum sentance. The book and the movie have some of these themes but not all.
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What I read is that the author Alice Sebald used some events in her life as an inspiration to write the Lovely Bones . When she was was a freshman in college she was raped and it led her to a life transformation. She learned that her rapist had killed a victim before her. Days after her rape she saw her rapist on the street. She then reported him to the police and he was arrested, she testified against him and he was convicted and received the maximum sentance. The book and the movie have some of these themes but not all.
She wrote a memoir about her rape; it's entitled, Lucky.

It's quite the read.




From Publishers Weekly From Publishers Weekly
When Sebold, the author of the current bestseller The Lovely Bones, was a college freshman at Syracuse University, she was attacked and raped on the last night of school, forced onto the ground in a tunnel "among the dead leaves and broken beer bottles." In a ham-handed attempt to mollify her, a policeman later told her that a young woman had been murdered there and, by comparison, Sebold should consider herself lucky. That dubious "luck" is the focus of this fiercely observed memoir about how an incident of such profound violence can change the course of one's life. Sebold launches her memoir headlong into the rape itself, laying out its visceral physical as well as mental violence, and from there spins a narrative of her life before and after the incident, weaving memories of parental alcoholism together with her post-rape addiction to heroin. In the midst of each wrenching episode, from the initial attack to the ensuing courtroom drama, Sebold's wit is as powerful as her searing candor, as she describes her emotional denial, her addiction and even the rape (her first "real" sexual experience). She skillfully captures evocative moments, such as, during her girlhood, luring one of her family's basset hounds onto a blue silk sofa (strictly off-limits to both kids and pets) to nettle her father. Addressing rape as a larger social issue, Sebold's account reveals that there are clear emotional boundaries between those who have been victims of violence and those who have not, though the author attempts to blur these lines as much as possible to show that violence touches many more lives than solely the victim's.
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I just saw this movie yesterday. It does not follow the book completely but the changes were more suited for the movie screen. I thought the way they showed the other world was ingenious and very moody and charismatic. The girl who plays Suzie Salmon is an incredible actress and she really tore open the wounds of the character so we could see what was in turmoil of the dead. It IS a chick flick but I think its a great date movie.

Many people in the audience stated they were disappointed. The marketing hype didnt match the energy of the movie. I do know this is one movie where you could NOT read the book and still get the entire movie. On a different note, I am glad they did not show her rape and murder. It would have been very hard on some people to witness on screen, what was written in the book...
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The Lovely Bones
After the rape and murder,
the really cool part starts

Release Date: 2010

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By Roger Ebert Jan 13, 2010

"The Lovely Bones" is a deplorable film with this message: If you're a 14-year-old girl who has been brutally raped and murdered by a serial killer, you have a lot to look forward to. You can get together in heaven with the other teenage victims of the same killer, and gaze down in benevolence upon your family members as they mourn you and realize what a wonderful person you were. Sure, you miss your friends, but your fellow fatalities come dancing to greet you in a meadow of wildflowers, and how cool is that?

The makers of this film seem to have given slight thought to the psychology of teenage girls, less to the possibility that there is no heaven, and none at all to the likelihood that if there is one, it will not resemble a happy gathering of new Facebook friends. In its version of the events, the serial killer can almost be seen as a hero for liberating these girls from the tiresome ordeal of growing up and dispatching them directly to the Elysian Fields. The film's primary effect was to make me squirmy.

It's based on the best-seller by Alice Sebold that everybody seemed to be reading a couple of years ago. I hope it's not faithful to the book; if it is, millions of Americans are scary. The murder of a young person is a tragedy, the murderer is a monster, and making the victim a sweet, poetic narrator is creepy. This movie sells the philosophy that even evil things are God's will, and their victims are happier now. Isn't it nice to think so. I think it's best if they don't happen at all. But if they do, why pretend they don't hurt? Those girls are dead.

I'm assured, however, that Sebold's novel is well-written and sensitive. I presume the director, Peter Jackson, has distorted elements to fit his own "vision," which involves nearly as many special effects in some sequences as his "Lord of the Rings" trilogy. A more useful way to deal with this material would be with observant, subtle performances in a thoughtful screenplay. It's not a feel-good story. Perhaps Jackson's team made the mistake of fearing the novel was too dark. But its millions of readers must know it's not like this. The target audience might be doom-besotted teenage girls -- the "Twilight" crowd.

The owner of the lovely bones is named Susie Salmon (Saoirse Ronan, a very good young actress, who cannot be faulted here). The heaven Susie occupies looks a little like a Flower Power world in the kind of fantasy that, murdered in 1973, she might have imagined. Seems to me that heaven, by definition outside time and space, would have neither colors nor a lack of colors -- would be a state with no sensations. Nor would there be thinking there, let alone narration. In an eternity spent in the presence of infinite goodness, you don't go around thinking, "Man! Is this great!" You simply are. I have a lot of theologians on my side here.

But no. From her movie-set Valhalla, Susie gazes down as her mother (Rachel Weisz) grieves and her father (Mark Wahlberg) tries to solve the case himself. There's not much of a case to solve; we know who the killer is almost from the get-go, and, under the Law of Economy of Characters that's who he has to be, because (a) he's played by an otherwise unnecessary movie star, and (b) there's no one else in the movie it could be.

Here's something bittersweet. Weisz and Wahlberg are effective as the parents. Because the pyrotechnics are mostly upstairs with the special effects, all they need to be are convincing parents who have lost their daughter. This they do with touching subtlety. We also meet one of Susie's grandmothers (Susan Sarandon), an unwise drinker who comes on to provide hard-boiled comic relief, in the Shakespearean tradition that every tragedy needs its clown. Well, she's good, too. This whole film is Jackson's fault.

It doesn't fail simply because I suspect its message. It fails on its own terms. It isn't emotionally convincing that this girl, having had these experiences and destined apparently to be 14 forever (although cleaned up and with a new wardrobe), would produce this heavenly creature. What's left for us to pity? We should all end up like her, and the sooner the better; preferably not after being raped and murdered.
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I read Lovley bones a few years ago. Rented "All about Steve"..I really like Sandra Bullock. Odd thing was is how much Mary is like me! Feels like someone was followin me around makin notes lol...Rain..

I absolutely LOVED that movie "All About Steve"! Sandra plays a quirky but loveable character who also reminded Me alot of Myself too, and ultimately showed Me that no matter who we are we should NEVER change for anyone. We are who we are and to be anything other then ourselves is cheating us out of giving the world something special ........... the gift of us

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I'm watching the Golden Globes right now....and there are many movies I have added to my list, just based on what I'm seeing here tonight!!

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"Taking Chance" with Kevin Bacon is a must see. I saw this with my Godfather before he died. He was in both the Korean & Vietnam Wars.
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Being a WWII history buff, Ive watched Valkyrie about 10 times now. Colonel vonStaffenberg's (sp) wife just died in 2006. He had a lot of courage plotting and leading the 15th attempt to kill Hitler. Great movie with Tom Cruise.
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That was a good movie. I also enjoy "Band of Brothers" by HBO. Just awesome.
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"Band of Brothers" was incredible! I was glued to HBO when it was on. I really do have to buy the box set one of these days. I thought it was fantastic.
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I finally saw Avatar and loved it. I think it's a testiment to his brilliance that the two most grossing movies of all time have come from the depths of the same human being. Either that or he sold his soul.
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Edge of Darkness with Mel Gibson is next on my "see" list.

Thriller-suspense fan here.

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I am boycotting all of Mel Gibson's movies. His hypocracy is fueled with self righteousness of a man who uses his religion as a judgemental weapon to hurt other people while he himself is with sin. There is a call out there for people to boycott him....and by god, my god, I am going to....

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