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31-07-2002
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The Cotton Club. Sleepy Hollow. Death Becomes Her. The Interview with the Vampire. Wizards. Brazil. Wolf.

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31-07-2002
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brint it on
zoolanders
snatch
run lola run
the red violin
blade 1 & 2
austin powers 1
clueless
chungking express
in the mood for love
josie and the pussycats
chasing amy
face/off
resevoir dogs
the royal tenebalm
rushmore
Thanks for reminding me about all the great movies I missed... Let me add one you don't have PULP FICTION!

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01-08-2002
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Did anyone else love Heathers or Sixteen Candles and still find that lines from either are useful almost daily? [align=center:f906bb2f03] [/align:f906bb2f03]

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Did anyone else love Heathers or Sixteen Candles and still find that lines from either are useful almost daily? [align=center:bb7e9bc406] [/align:bb7e9bc406]


I certainly did! So many movies so little time!

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02-08-2002
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Yeah, I liked Heathers! That was fun that they kept calling one another Heather---

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14-08-2002
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Saw Storytelling last night-very very good.
New film by Todd Solondz of Welcome to the Doghouse and Happiness fame. All three are quite good, but Storytelling is great!

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20-08-2002
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I loved Welcome to the Dollhouse.....Happiness kind of creeped me out, though.

Some other favorites:

Requiem for a Dream
Almost Famous
Pulp Fiction
The Graduate
Clerks
Chasing Amy
The Usual Suspects
American Graffiti

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20-08-2002
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I am a dork. I like goofy movies! Ok here I go:

My #1 favorite of all time
1. Anne of the Thousand Days (Richard Burton!)

Both of these are directed by Franco zeffirelli and music by Nino Rota. I have the soundtracks, they are beautiful!)
2. Romeo & Juliet (the one with Leonard Whiting and Olivia Hussey.)
3. Taming of the Shrew (Richard Burton again! and Elizabeth Taylor)

And I have to add my Jane Austen
4. Sense & Sensibility (BBC version with Colin Firth)
5. Pride & Prejudice (with Emma Thompson and Hugh Grant)
6. Persuasion (with Amanda Root and Cirian Hinds)
7. Emma (with Geyneth Paltrow and Jeremy Northam)

And I have to add these even though they are based on the same story
8. Valmont (Annette Benning and Colin Firth)
9. Dangerous Liasons (Uma Thurman!)

It's funny, but all of my favorite movies are all of my favorite books. I have my little Shakespeare book with me today and I will probably read Taming of the Shrew at lunch.

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21-08-2002
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favorites:

Usual Suspects
Shawshank Redemption
In the mood for love
When Harry Met Sally

amelie
breakfast at tiffany's
roman holiday
sense & sensibility
pride & prejudice
emma
ever after
legally blonde
life is beautiful
swing kids
clueless
bridget jones
blow
shall we dance
the talented mr. ripley
lord of the rings
cruel intentions
interview with a vampire
sliding doors

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21-08-2002
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Some of my All Time favorites:

A River Runs Through It
Shawshank Redemption
White Squall
Usual Suspects
Say Anything
Primal Fear
Dead Poet Society

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21-08-2002
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Thanks for reminding me of Swing Kids. Haven't seen it in forever. Definitely a great movie.

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22-08-2002
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Reqriem For A Dream was like watching a nightmare.
Very intense, but exceleent. Definately made an impresssion.

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26-08-2002
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Black Hawk down was really well made I believe. Ridley Scott is branching off in new directions.................

"Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh Madame de Velange.........." Glenn Close was too good in Dangerous Liasons.

I liked Casino when Joe Pesci got tricked out into the cornfields.

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30-08-2002
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Mine are Basquiat and Celebrity. Woody Allen is my mentor.

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30-08-2002
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i wish i could have a more intelligent list but i'll be honest.


zoolander
meet the parents
moulin rouge
shawshank redemption
to kill a mockingbird
parent trap ( a childhood favorite)
princess bride (a childhood favorite)

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