The Village

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Saw this last night and it is worth a look. As you would expect from the man that brought you The Sixth Sense, this is original and nicely creepy with a great twist at the end. Interesting cast, too, with old favs like William Hurt and Sigourney Weaver but also lots of very good newcomers.
 
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Forces_Sweetheart said:
Saw this last night and it is worth a look. As you would expect from the man that brought you The Sixth Sense, this is original and nicely creepy with a great twist at the end. Interesting cast, too, with old favs like William Hurt and Sigourney Weaver but also lots of very good newcomers.
Did you watch most of it from behind the sofa then F_S? :D :wink:
 
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Forces_Sweetheart said:
It is about a community of people living simple, 19th-century lives. Their settlement is surrounded by a forest inhabited by evil, flesh-eating creatures with whom the villagers have a tenuous truce.

So its actually a film about the blokes in Basrah palace then?
 
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I haven't seen it but some barsteward has already ruined the plot twist for me. Some c**t did that before I watched sixth sense as well. :evil:
 
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bigbart said:
I haven't seen it but some barsteward has already ruined the plot twist for me. Some c**t did that before I watched sixth sense as well. :evil:
You watch too much telly.

By the way - there is not a chance I would watch The Village. I was scared at ET.
 
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It's not that sort of 'scary' - I had nightmares ghostbusters 2 (don't ask ...) but I really enjoyed The Village - although I did work it out before the end. The shaky camera shots were a bit irritating but otherwise it's a good story, well told.
 
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Techtechtech said:
bigbart said:
Dale the snail said:
You watch too much telly.
Hmmm... my signituare is a line from a film as well. Maybe I SHOULD get out more.. 8O
Your avatar is a still from a completly different film, that's it case closed, you need to get out more. :wink:
See what happens when you get married and have a kid? Watch and learn, gentlemen.
 
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Forces_Sweetheart said:
Saw this last night and it is worth a look. As you would expect from the man that brought you The Sixth Sense, this is original and nicely creepy with a great twist at the end. Interesting cast, too, with old favs like William Hurt and Sigourney Weaver but also lots of very good newcomers.
Agreed Mrs Speedy and myself took it in the other night. Wonderfully creepy and the twist comes as a sudden jolt!!
 
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It is about a community of people living simple, 19th-century lives. Their settlement is surrounded by a forest inhabited by evil, flesh-eating creatures with whom the villagers have a tenuous truce.
Sounds like where I live :D
 
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