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  1. I just saw Slumdog Millionaire and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button in consecutive nights and have to say that I thought them both to be fantastic films, particularly the former. In a word Slumdog Millionaire is excellent and is certainly worth checking out.
  2. Unfortunately I have a differing opinion of this film. To me it really felt like a "Canadian" film in that it was an ambitious undertaking that fell short on several fronts, most notably the sub-par acting. To me it was about what you could expect from what should have been a large-scale, big-budget war film that was ultimately produced for, I believe, roughly $20 million. Anyway, just thought I'd quickly share my thoughts.
  3. Saw this last night and felt it was fairly impressive. If you're into war movies I'd recommend you check it out.
  4. Agreed... a fantastic film to be sure.
  5. I completely agree! Indestructible was such a highlight for me. I also thought that Load Me Up was really well done and quite enjoyable considering how frequently he played it on full band tours. If anyone has bootlegs of either of these songs and would be kind enough to post them I, and I'm sure others as well, would be greatful.
  6. I've been liking the version of PTD on YouTube from Matt's show in his apt.
  7. I just got back from it a couple hours ago. It was really good, although pretty bleak... pretty typical Scorsese.
  8. I don't know if you guys have watched it since the premier, but I have found the subsequent episodes pretty dull. I really liked the premier's pace and was sort of expecting that a big heist would go down every week, but it seems like there is going to be a significant lull between heists.
  9. Your right... the Dears did open but the Miniatures went on before them... I don't blame you if you don't remember them.
  10. I watched this a couple nights ago and have to say that I was quite taken. I'd recommend it to anyone who likes comedies that are a little left-of-centre... kind of reminded me a bit of The Big Lebowski.
  11. They did open for Matt on his Avalanche tour... and I agree that they were less than stellar with the exception of the tamberine player who just went crazy the whole time.
  12. Thanks for uploading that.
  13. They also played the Kingswood Theatre at Canada's Wonderland, which is also quite a sizeable venue... I believe that show was with Treble Charger and Copyright.
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