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    Default Which role would you want to play?

    Or which character would you most like to be?

    mine is Magenta from The Rocky Horror Picture Show. I played her for a few nights in the Audience Participation Show way back in the day and had a blast. Not the same as in a movie or stage play though obviously..


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    Veronica from Heathers is the other one for me.... Love that movie!

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    Allie from The Notebook

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    Love the notebook!

    Buttercup from the Princess Bride!

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    Can't believe I have never seen The Notebook, but I just adore the Princess Bride!

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    Honestly, it is one of my favourite films of all time, and I like everything else you have mentioned, so you will probably love it too, set in the 1940s and very well done.

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    Can't believe I have never seen The Notebook, but I just adore the Princess Bride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    Honestly, it is one of my favourite films of all time, and I like everything else you have mentioned, so you will probably love it too, set in the 1940s and very well done.

    I'll have to hire it and watch, I have always heard good things about it.. Just one of those that I haven't gotten around to yet, I'm going to need tissues, right?

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    Heck yes - lots of tissues!

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    I'll have to hire it and watch, I have always heard good things about it.. Just one of those that I haven't gotten around to yet, I'm going to need tissues, right?

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    Molly Ringwald in 'Pretty in Pink' so I could snog Andrew McCarthy.

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    I love that movie too!

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    Molly Ringwald in 'Pretty in Pink' so I could snog Andrew McCarthy.

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