Also, Little Miss Sunshine because each family member is weird in their own way and fully express and accept it.
10 Things I Hate About You. I looked up to Kat when I was younger. She was a bad **** chick who didn't care about people's opinions.
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20-05-2012 21:05 #21
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20-05-2012 21:09 #22
shawshank, will never forget the 1st time i watched it
princess bride. Pure class. He's not dead, he's just mostly dead.
Ferris Beuller's Day Off is my fave. Myself and my brothers hired it one day years back and i swear we all peed our pants. Loved it ever since.
20-05-2012 21:23 #23
I loved Crash, and the concept behind it
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20-05-2012 21:43 #24
20-05-2012 21:48 #25
i think shawshank was the best movie ever made, next to forrest gump. did you know it was originally a short story by stephen king? i'm a stephen king fanatic.
i'm also a tim burton fanatic, so my FAVORITE movie to watch would have to be
the nightmare before christmas....
i love the artistry of the old school clay animation, i love the deeper meanings behind it (grass is never greener, be true to yourself) and i love the overall gothic beauty it resonates.
oh, and my son (jack....lol) loves it too!
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20-05-2012 22:08 #26
Pulp Fiction is my favourite. I can't really explain it, I just love it- the acting, the vibe, the music, the kookiness, the dry humour, the way it's a whole bunch of characters and stories all linked by a common theme.. I will never tire of it!
Goodfella's is on a par with it, though.. best gangster/mafia movie ever!
Followed closely by:
The Exorcist (original version, of course)
Spirited Away (Japanese animation at it's finest)
Schindler's List (just an amazing, confronting, brilliant film)
Stir Of Echoes
About A Boy
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20-05-2012 22:12 #27
love actually and 50 first dates (sucker for the Rom coms)
you only live once...
but if you do it right ~ once is enough.
20-05-2012 22:17 #28
Shawshank Redemption would be number one for sure... Powerful and I love the humour too...
Schindler's List - amazing and confronting
In the Name of the Father, The Power of One, Blood Diamond...all great films
20-05-2012 22:30 #29Senior Member
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I don't have a number one.
Truly Madly Deeply
The Princess Bride
Dead Poets Society
The Sound of Music
Star Wars (not eps 1,2,3 though!)
The Black Stallion
I'll stop there
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21-05-2012 01:50 #30
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