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Posted on Mon, Jan 30, 2006 21:09

Get a room you two!

My favorite still is "Real Genius" by Val Kilmer. I went to one of those super intense academic prep schools and can totally relate. I love the scene where the guy freaks out when they are all studying in the library.

I also love Dogma and Clerks.... the sarcasm is too funny!

  


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Posted on Sun, Jan 29, 2006 03:09

Don't you want to hold my hand first?

Eh... whatever works for you :-)



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Posted on Sat, Jan 28, 2006 07:18


If i need to pick a film to show i have Kulcha, then i would pick "Shawshank Redemption", "The Green Mile" and "The Colour Purple".


3 of my favorite films without a doubt - The Colour Purple being the most tissue consuming of the 3, gets me every time!!



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Posted on Thu, Jan 26, 2006 12:56

jaguarsfan1996 write:
I heartily agree.

Cool... wanna make out?

  


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Posted on Thu, Jan 26, 2006 02:55

What I meant by "Left Behind" BTW was that there's a series of books aimed at christian fundamentalists about the end of the world. Those who don't get taken up to heaven have to fight it out with the forces of the devil.

The Stand stck me as similar because it was all black and white and post-apocalyptic. I don't like Steven King anyway... it's been about 20 years since he's written anything remotely interesting.



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Posted on Wed, Jan 25, 2006 18:06

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Isn't the Stand the one where everyone dies apart from a tiny group of people and one load live in Las Vegas and the other half with some toothless old woman in the deep south?

I thought it was very "Left Behind"


Actually it was Nebraska, Theo... A bit away from the deep south, but part of corn and cow country nonetheless.

Did you know that Stephen King wipes out Des Moines (my former home town) in over half of his books/movies? We Iowans have to learn not to take it too personally!



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Posted on Wed, Jan 25, 2006 12:07

my all time favorite movie is Newsies the first time i saw it i was in 5th grade....i have watched that movie more than any other movie i have ever seen. i just love musicals......and christian bale lol

  


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Posted on Sat, Jan 14, 2006 11:49

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Yes, thats the one - 6 hours of pure entertainment. Not sure what you mean by "left behind" but i enjoy the film very much (and have just discovered that i can also get a few quid for my dvd on Ebay! - not that i'd part with it - its a good film for when i'm poorly and can't be bothered to get off the sofa!)

I also like films such as The Colour Purple and a film i hav'nt seen for ages but thought was great was Hairspray..........does anyone else like it?


Left behind was a series / books somehow related to the bible... I never did watch it.. something to do with the folk left behind that weren't pure and werent damned either so they roam the earth i dunno.

The stand came out long before left behind i think... i could be wrong. sooo Left Behind might be a little..... The Standish. I loved the intro song with the slide guitar... which im currently learning how to play.... very slowly. The song is called project blue on the soundtrack. If anyone has the stand sound track i would MUCH appreciate a copy of Project Blue.



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Posted on Sat, Jan 14, 2006 08:27

Theophrastus write:
Isn't the Stand the one where everyone dies apart from a tiny group of people and one load live in Las Vegas and the other half with some toothless old woman in the deep south?

I thought it was very "Left Behind"


Yes, thats the one - 6 hours of pure entertainment. Not sure what you mean by "left behind" but i enjoy the film very much (and have just discovered that i can also get a few quid for my dvd on Ebay! - not that i'd part with it - its a good film for when i'm poorly and can't be bothered to get off the sofa!)

I also like films such as The Colour Purple and a film i hav'nt seen for ages but thought was great was Hairspray..........does anyone else like it?



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Posted on Sat, Jan 14, 2006 06:33

Isn't the Stand the one where everyone dies apart from a tiny group of people and one load live in Las Vegas and the other half with some toothless old woman in the deep south?

I thought it was very "Left Behind"



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Posted on Sat, Jan 14, 2006 05:18

kaffien write:
Very good question.

Stephen Kings The Stand
Ray; Ray Charles story. i LOVE blues
Akira
Hellsing epi's 1 - 13

Ghost, SO funny, plus its a ch1ck flick i can actually watch!


The Stand!! most definately!! i also love Shawshank Redemption.



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Posted on Fri, Jan 13, 2006 10:51

"Field of Dreams" James Earl Jones just has that booming voice that is so great. The speach he makes toward the end of the movie was just great.



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Posted on Thu, Jan 12, 2006 08:09

"The Labyrinth" with David Bowie is my all time fav.
I used to sing all the songs and was madly in love with D.B. when I was like.. hmm.. 8 or so... lol

Braveheart is great too..
Probably nobody here knows a movie called "Farinelli", right? I loved that one... great clothing end everything..
I love historical movies!

Or just remember "cruel intentions"...

Not to forget "the last unicorn"! I watch it with my best friend every christmas. It's just a MUST!

And something I just got into a short while ago: Bollywood-movies! Singing, dancing, tragedy, comedy, love, colors... all in one. Reminds me of these old-time musicals... lol

Strictly ballroom was fun to watch. And there is an australian movie called "Spider and Rose" (at least here in germany) very funny. I wish I knew how to get that movie somehow..

I could go on for hours...
But before somebody hit's me, I think I should stop here.. :-)

Best Wishes,

~Morri~



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Posted on Mon, Jan 09, 2006 03:11

Oooooooh good call. I love the original black and white Haunting. It shows how technically brillliant it is that it can still manage to scare people today. Amazing film.



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Posted on Fri, Jan 06, 2006 02:41

Oooh, choosing one...that's pretty impossible. Here's a few:

Antonia's Line
The Shop Around the Corner
Rebecca
Mansfield Park
Sense and Sensibility
Connie and Carla
While You Were Sleeping
Dave
Tootsie
I Am Sam
Monsters, Inc



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Posted on Thu, Jan 05, 2006 18:14

Very good question.

Stephen Kings The Stand
Ray; Ray Charles story. i LOVE blues
Akira
Hellsing epi's 1 - 13

Ghost, SO funny, plus its a ch1ck flick i can actually watch!

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Posted on Thu, Jan 05, 2006 17:22

I'm gonna have to go with Dogma.
The whole f***ing world's against us, dude, I swear to God.
Funny and an under lying point. WOW



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Posted on Fri, Nov 11, 2005 10:00

Cindi- you HAVE to see the notebook. Though, I have never met a man like him, it gives me hope, you know :)

Oh - my personal fav has got to be Dead Poets Society- "Oh captain, my captain" and "Carpe Diem"...need I say more?!



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Posted on Tue, Nov 08, 2005 18:28

Hi, all! I'm a newbie... I have to respond on the LOTR Trilogy... I just finished watching the 3 extended versions this weekend. In fact, I did watch them back-to-back as a reward for finishing my senior project at college.

And yes, I cry every time Haldir dies.

  


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Posted on Fri, Oct 21, 2005 10:02

Too hard to pick just one

Steel Magnolias
Priates of the Carribean (Johnny Depp..Yum)
9 1/2 weeks
Count of Monte Cristo
The Secretary (k i n k y movie but fun)
Too hard to pick just one

Steel Magnolias
Priates of the Carribean (Johnny Depp..Yum)
9 1/2 weeks
Count of Monte Cristo
The Secretary (k i n k y movie but fun)



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