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    I can't seem to edit my post so adding end of watch it was amazing and I saw it just as a sibling graduated into the police which wasn't great timing

    Also Dallas buyers club I found to be pretty eye opening

    Oh and the hurricane is an epic classic in my eyes

    So many to choose!

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    The movies on high rotation in our home include
    - The September Issue
    - Forrest Gump
    - Twister
    - Lethal Weapon/s (very rarely 2)
    - Die Hard/s (not 2 or 4, at all)
    - 50 First Dates
    - Music and Lyrics
    - Love Actually
    - The Avengers
    - Where the Heart is (one of my fav movies)
    - Back to the Future/s (esp 2- one of my fav movies).

    The new Captain America was alright, as was Guardians of the Galaxy. I saw Grace of Monaco which was ok..couldn't get past Nicole Kidman as Grace Kelly.
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    I just watched;
    The best of me &
    The fault in our stars
    Both ones that had me in tears!

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    Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion!
    10 Things I hate about you!
    28 Days Later
    28 Weeks Later

    For some serious camp and innuendo Flash Gordan! Seriously Queen did the sound track it's amazeballs!

    Speed, one of my favourite 90's Action movies.

    Family movies Father of the Bride 1 and 2. The Steve Martin version.
    And Steel Magnolias for tears.

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    I am watching a Japanese movie called "one missed call" on sbs on demand. It's pretty good, creepy!

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    DF and I went and saw Interstellar on the weekend. It was fantastic.

    It was a long movie and a little emotional at times but definitely worth going to see!

    My favourite movie of all time is The Wizard of Oz. I will watch it over and over.

    I'm a huge Harry Potter fan too!

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    Now who isn't a Harry Potter fan.. I love all those movies too, especially the fourth one - Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. I'm sure they'll be counted among the classics of our times a decade or so from now!

    Interstellar was fantastic too. I feel Christopher Nolan has outdone himself in this one. Though several reviews said there was way too much scientific jargon in the movie than there should have been, my personal opinion is that the amazing visuals and superb storyline more than made up for it. Definitely, a must-watch.

    Then there is the recently released Penguins of Madagascar. This one is a laugh riot; had accompanied my son to the theaters for this one and both of us were rolling in the aisles for the entire duration of the film!

    Next on the list- The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.


 

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