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glitter695
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Whats your favorite Movie, TV show, novel?

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Rocky Horror Picture Show, Grounded For Life, and.......crazy, by Benjamin Lebert. Has anyone else ever read that book? It's really excellent .

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Movie: Independance Day (I know it's kinda old)

TV Show: Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Grosse Pointe

Novel: well, I don't read books in english as I'm a french-canadian. I've only read Carrier by some guy named Keith something. But I loved that one.

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Empire Records, Two Guys & a Girl, & Where the Heart Is

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Hey, good question.

Movie: House on Haunted Hill and Idle Hands

t.v. show: That 70s Show

Novel: The babysitter by R.L. Stine and Tangerine by Edward Bloor.

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Movie - American Beauty, The Labyrinth, Dead Poets Society

Show - Gilmore Girls

Book - The Giver by Lois Lowry

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Lucky, I read that book, The Babysitter, a few years back. It scared the living daylights out of me! I had just started baby-sitting, and I don't know WHY I had to pick up a scary book on the subject, but I did. ::::shivers:::: It still gives me the chills to this day. I think I'll have to read it again, though
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dogma, friends, stephen kings rose madder.

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by the way i also really love pet semetary and everyhting else made by stephen king. the green mile, the shining..... and i could keep going but i wont.

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Oh I loooved the green mile!! It was awsome!

Movie ~ Green Mile, Armageddon
Show ~ That 70's show, dawsons creek, gilmore girls
Book ~ Anything by danielle steel !!


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movie: The Crow, A Clockwork Orange, Contact

t.v. show: Hmmmm. Simpsons, That 70s Show, Battlebots

Book: The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy

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TV Show - Buffy (^5 David) and Friends (^5 Koger)

Movie - To Die For (*drool* Nicole Kidman) and Se7en (*drool* Brad Pitt)

Novel - Anything by Fiona Walker (Esp Kiss Chase) and Jilly Cooper.

(i finally thought of my fave movies)

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Movie: Much Ado about Nothing (well, it's a play, but I really like Kenneth Bragnah's film version of it).
TV Show: Daria
Book: Far too many to name- I really like fantasy novels however.

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Movie, TV show, novel?

Rocky Horror Picture Show, Hard Day's Night (*sigh*), and chessy old SF

Errr . . .Twilight Zone? Any of the Degrassi shows? I really don't watch much TV

Richard Brautigan - In Watermelon Sugar (a beautiful, sad, obscure book from the sixties)
Banana Yoshimoto - Amrita (sort of similar to the above, and at the same time, nothing like it)
Daniel Pinkwater - Just about everything he's done. He's a strange, highly quirky, highly cool kids' writer.
And there're lots more, but there just ain't space for all of them.


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Movie- Save The Last Dance, 10 Things I Hate About You (Julia Stiles is my girl!), 54, Cruel Intentions(RYAN!RYAN!RYAN!), and Pretty Women beause I would love to be paid $3000 to stay in a pent house and live the rich life. Heck! I'd do it for free!

TV Show- That 70's Show, and Who's Line Is It Anyways? We do alot of their games in Drama

Book- Where the Heart Is, Carrie, Dance For Three, and I Know Why The Cage Bird Sings.


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Rio
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What a great question.

Movie- Breakfast at Tiffany's, the Breakfast Club, the Labyrinth

TV show- Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Felicity (when I manage to catch it)

Novel- Hmmm... I have lots of these.
Anything by Neil Gaiman, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Jane Eyre, the list goes on....

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Movie - Contact

TV Show - The Day the Universe Changed

Book - The Lord of the Rings

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Movie -- Way of the Gun, Clue, Hudsucker Proxy, Anything by Jet Li, Jackie Chan, or Chow Yun-Fat

TV -- Buffy, Simpsons, Moonlighting

Book -- Ender's Game


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Film(sorry I refuse to call it movie)-don't really have one nothing I've seen has ever made me go, wow this is the best film I've ever seen.
TV Show-Frasier. It is clever and funny and brilliant.
Book-Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. OK, I haven't quite finished it yet but it is so damn good I love it.

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movie: Gone with the Wind, Lady and the Tramp

TV show: ER, Malcolm in the Middle and Roswell.

Novel: Where the Heart Is, Gone with the Wind

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