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Purple Lemonade
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Don't laugh, but I think Never been kissed and Dr. Dolittle are cool movies. And all those Jackie Chan movies....
And I WON'T forget Titanic!!! What a tear-jerker.

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Personally, I love...

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
(Possibly on of the best movies I've ever seen - and quite inspiring, as I study martial arts)

The Opposite of Sex
(Christina Ricca and Lisa Kudrow at their best)

Cube
(one of the more disturbing movies I've ever seen - it is a nightmare of desperate escape and horror, all tied into higher mathematics)

Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
(Drag queens on the move! Everything "Too Wong Fu" should have been!)

City of Lost Children
(beautiful, moody, and ethereal)

The Professional
(A very young Natalie Portman gives an incredible performance as a young girl befriended by an assasin)

The Usual Suspects
(Kevin Spacey, Benecio Del Toro, and others give an incredible performance in this thriller that twists and turns endlessly)

Life is Beautiful
(I've never laughed so deeply, or cried so hard - easily one of the best films ever)

Hard Eight
(a small independant film about gambling, relationships, and life - excellent performances!)

Any "Hammer" film, especially "The Satanic Rites of Dracula" or "The Mummy"
(Remember these movies from Sunday afternoon? Hammer is responsible for some of the greatest horror movies ever!

To Have and Have Not
(Bogart and Bacall's first film - the electricity between the two of them is palpable)

Manhattan Melodrama
(Clark Gable and George Powell give riviting, real performances in this study of politics, friendship, and the criminal underworld - heck, there's even romance! A classic example of Film Noir at its best!)

Bringing Up Baby
(Kate Hepburn and Cary Grant are so hilarious in this film! It bombed when it first came out, but I think it was a film "ahead of its time." Who's that Girl?, with Madonna, is a loose remake of this film.

The Maltese Falcon
(Humphrey Bogart at his very Best, next to...
Casablanca
(I've seen this film about 60 times, and it always reduces me to a pool of simpering goo)

The Holy Grail
( Monty Python is utterly brilliant)

The Star Wars Trilogy
(Now, I know I'm a lot older than most of you, but i can't imagine anyone not seeing these three films - but a few people have been like, "I haven't seen them!" "Empire", the second, dark installment, is the best


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Lisa D
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Lemming,

Have you seen "Trekkies?"

I about split myself laughing!


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Milke,

"Heathers" was written by a graduate of Worthington High School, here in Cols, Ohio. I went to the private school version, but definitely caught lots of the little "private" jokes.


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just one from me!

AMERICAN BEAUTY.


a new classic.

-justine

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If you like Hammer Films, look up two Christopher Lee classics, "The Hound of the Baskervilles" and "The Wicker Man".

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i just saw Faster Pussycat! Kill ... KILL!!! by Russ Meyer. Oh wow, talk about KITSCH! It was all large boobs, fast cars and violence. Good if you want something weird once in a while.

I watched that immediately after watching Citizen Kane. Brilliant film!!! And yeah, the video shop guy looked at me weird 'cause I was checking out both of those at the same time.

Also a cute, thoughtful and poignant movie called After Life by some Japanese director whose name I cannot remember. Beautiful movie, but not a lot of action. Don't watch if drowsy. But it will make you feel warm and fuzzy inside. In this movie, it shows a halfway point for the newly-dead. Before going on to the hereafter, each person has to pick out one great memory from their time on earth and relive that memory on film. Then they pass on and live in that moment for all eternity. After Life follows a few souls who work as counselors to help the dead find their greatest memory. Very cute and clever.

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Two great movies:

Saving Private Ryan

The Patriot


NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM


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The Breakfast Club and Breakfast at Tiffany's are two of my favorites. Hehe I wonder why both titles of my favorites start with breakfast...I guess the world may never know. Those are the only two I can think of off the top of my head. If I come up with more I will tell you.

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"Run, Lola, Run" I heard it's good although I haven't had the occasion to see it.

If you like Pokemon, "The First Movie" is good, the other one if you're addicted to them.

"Armaggedon" in case you haven't yet seen it.

"Dancer In the Dark" with Bjork. I saw a tv show exclusively on that. Seems really good and true acting. Guess I'll have to see that one.

"Josie And The Pussycats". The critics are good and I guess it's quite funny. I'll try to see it with my friends this weekend.

I'm really not a movies fan so that's all.

David

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i love 'dirty dancing' that has to be the most romantic movie ever

as for funny movies, ''ferris buelers day off'

scary movies ' FINAL DESTINATION '
that has to be the best!!!


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Try these

Bring It On
What Lies Beneath
Meat The Parents


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Whoohoo! A chance to shamelessly plug my favorite films!:

The Rocky Horror Picture Show -- what can I say about this one that hasn't already been said?

The Exorcist -- truly terrifying, but also pretty darn funny. I wish I were as witty as the devil!

Stealing Beauty -- beautiful movie shot in Italy and starring Liv Tyler as a girl on a quest to find out about her past & future. Great soundtrack and some really hot & heavy scenes

The Silence of the Lambs -- okay, I have a major thing for this smart, brilliantly well-made thriller about an FBI agent. Just save yourself and don't go see Hannibal -- disappointment, blah.

Swept Away... -- Funny Italian romance movie dealing with 1970s class politics, about a rich socialite and a Communist sailor shipwrecked on an island. Oh, and it's written/directed by the first female director (Lina Wertmuller) to ever be nominated for an Academy Award.

The City of Lost Children -- whimsical, beautiful fairy tale movie gone wrong. Do yourself a favor and make sure you get the version with French subtitles.

Mary Reilly -- a thriller with a twist on the Jekyll & Hyde story, about Dr. Jekyll's meek maid Mary (Julia Roberts) and her dealings with the doctor and his "assistant" (played by John Malkovich.. yum!).

Needful Things -- based on the Stephen King book, about the devil opening an antique store in Maine. Really hilarious!

A Walk in the Clouds -- I'm normally not one for romance movies, but this movie is so SWEET! I don't even want to kill Keanu Reeves in it!

Hmm... I love more than that... but that's all I can think of for now. Happy renting

--Ruth

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Ella
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How about Chocolat ? I just saw this beautiful romance. Lovely, jsut realize that you're going to crave Chocolate afterwards.
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I know that pink already said this.. but Rocky Horror Picture Show definately rates top-notch on my list.

I'd reccommend any of Rowan Atkinson's (Mr. Bean's) stand up comedy videos as well.

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No offense, but when I saw Final Destination, I wanted to sue the makers for 2 hours of my life back, plus $20-30 million in mental anguish.

I'd rate it:
1/10 for effects.
0/10 for plot.
2/10 for realism. (The plane sequence was especially farcical - it could not possibly have happened that way)
1/10 for acting.
10/10 for eye-gougingly bad cinematics.

I'd describe it as exactly what makes me vomit about a lot of Hollywood movies, congealed down into one crudulous mass.

Mind you, I saw it with an audience of imbeciles who jumped up and cheered when someone got hit by a bus...

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I got some new ones...

run lola run
dancer in the dark
labyrinth
fargo
interview with the vampire

Hehe, i had a craving to see these and just had to tell someone! haha!

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Well, here's a few of my faves:

1. The Breakfast Club
2. Moulin Rouge
3. Romeo & Juliet
4. American Beauty
5. Cast Away
6. The Matrix
7. The Scream Trilogy
8. Fight Club
9. City Of Angels
10. The Others

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Here's a few of my favorite movies. Some of them I wouldn't recommend watching unless you like a particular style/genre.
American Movie
The Princess Bride
This Is Spinal Tap
The Killer
Patch Adams
Robin Hood
Miracles
Ghostbusters
Stand By Me
Game of Death
Muppets in Manhattan
Dawn of the Dead
Airplane

American Movie and Patch Adams are two funny but touching movies. Ghostbusters, Princess Bride,the Muppets, Spinal Tap, and Airplane are straight out comedies. Dawn of the Dead is horror/action with a lot of gore thrown in. Game of Death is Bruce Lee's last movie and is a good action movie. The Killer is my favorite movie; stylish, dramatic, heavy on the action.

Hope this helps

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A couple of very worthwhile older ones

Ordinary People
For a Lost soldier
the Godfather (esp 1 & 2)
6th Sense
Galipoli
Breaker Morant
Dr. Strangelove
Apocolipse Now
Kramer vs. Kramer
The Graduate
The Gods Must be Crazy
Clockwork Orange


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"Here on Earth"- I've never been the same after watching this movie... it will be my life-time favorite movie!!!

"Center Stage"- The ballet dancing is kick *** !

"Never Been Kissed"- Josie (Drew Barrymore's character) reminds me of myself, and all the high school hell that we all go through everyday.

"Sling Blade"

"Cruel Intentions"

"Road Trip"

"Bring it On"

"Drive Me Crazy"

"Loser"

"Beavis and Butthead Do America"- I will always love them!! My fave cartoon since I was like 10.

"The Virgin Suicides"

"Crazy/Beautiful"

"Sixteen Candles"

"Pretty in Pink"

"She's All That"

"Now and Then"

"There's Something About Mary"

Ok, there's just a few of my faves...

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Some of my favs are Dancer in the Dark, A Walk to Remember, Sixteen Candles (actually anything with Molly Ringwald), Boys Don't Cry, A Knight's Tale, Run Lola Run was excellent, The Virgin Suicides, and most older disney movies- before Michael Isner.
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yes! i'm not sure who it was that just bad mouthed final destination but i totally agree! ok my favourite movies... hmmm..
empire records, the virgin suicides, almost famous, american beauty, the gift, and brokedown palace. there's a lot more i just can't think of em at the moment.

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I saw Valentine recently with David Boreanaz, and I owuld have to reccomend Amelie, its a very strange, brilliantly made French movie about a girl in France who tries to manipulate people's lives(in a really sweet way) to help them find love. Its so cute and sweet.

Rat Race is hilarious. As is American Pie 2 and Miss Congeniality. Legally Blonde is really good, and Shrek is the best movie like ever.


BTW if u want a very funny but stupid feel good movie, then Josie and the Pussycats is absolutely brilliant!


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Hey, Miz S--a friend of mine had me watch "Harold and Maude"...I would so want to be like the old lady. She is awesome! Although, I could kind of guess the plot, considering who was making me watch the movie....I LOVE WHAT HAROLD DOES TO THE CAR!!!
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need a good laugh?... ferris bueller's day off (spelling??) ...and oooo Robin Hood ~ Med in Tights

i liked that movie... Girl Interrupted (...yet again spelling???)

Mulan...Hurcules... aladin... beauty and the beast... i love disney movies! Anastasia... not disney, but it still is a cartoon... lol i'm young at heart wat can i sey??? =)


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ooh my
not in any particular order..
chocolat: excellent movie about overcoming societal expectations.

shrek: um...amazing animation and hilarious characters

life is beautiful: touching and truthful. Makes me want to cry every time i see it.

requiem for a dream: very very good, realistic portrayal of drug abuse and despair without the ever present wagging finger

um...thats all i can think of for now
i knew i had more while i was reading the other replies....*shrugs*
enjoy these for now : )


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I saw 'Amelie' and 'Insomnia' last night. Both were great movies. 'Amelie' is a goody if you're into happy, heart-warming, romantic-yet-quirky films. it should've won the Oscar for Best Foreign Film, IMHO. Colorful, bright, great cinematography.

'Insomnia,' an American remake of a recent Norwegian film, is good if you like suspense/crime-drama type flicks. Pacino and Robin Williams are excellent. I have never seen Robin williams play a character this creepy, but he does a fantastic job of it! And Pacino is Pacino - excellent as always. The movie is haunting. Despite the harsh light of day, the tone and colors are muted. You can feel the eerie silences. Vaguely reminds me of 'Se7en' but without the overt gore.

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girl interuppted freaked me out. :O

i liked summer catch. i love romantic comedies.


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I just saw "rob roy". I loved it. I really like Liam Neeson, and it was a good story. Also, Eric Stoltz and Tim Roth were in it too, which makes it even better.

"Killing Zoe" is another one i just saw. I liked it a lot too. Another Eric Stoltz. That boy is just so cute.

"Amelie" was excellent. Definatly a new favorite. She reminds me of myself, and i loved the character Nino. It was such a good story and it was done so well.

"The princess and the warrior" was one i saw today, by Tom Tykwer(run lola, run). I've been looking for it at movie stores but i couldn't find it anywhere. I flipped on the movie channels this morning and there it was. It was really good. It had ann interesting story and good characters.

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nobody has mentioned my favorite movie:

10 Things I Hate About You - stars Julia Stiles (sp?) and Heath Ledger. based on William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew.

Bicentenial Man - Robin Williams is amazing, and the plot and story line is touching and funny. totally about social acceptance, and how love can over come all.

Save the Last Dance - Julia Stiles again. i really enjoyed this one.

The Wishmaster - kind of gory, kind of not. a definate honey-hold-me movie.

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An old topic brought back, and even if I already posted back then, I'll post a second part to it:

Summer Catch - very teenager movie but nice if you like that

American Beauty - simply perfect about life description. Totally loved everything. 10/10 on that one

Gone In 60 Seconds - If you like sport cars and pursuits, you'll love.

Coyote Ugly - nice, I loved the place. Seems quite an atmosphere at such bar

Cast Away - very emotional movie IMHO and very touching

Jawbreaker - funny movie, worth watching

Joan Of Arc (w/ Leelee Sobieski) - historic movie, nice work from the producers to recreate the scenes

And to add a little something, anything with Leelee Sobieski, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Reese Witherspoon, Mena Suvari is worth watching. If you don't like, at least you'll have a good time.

David

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i think the greatest movies are disney movies. and Adam sandler Movies. Yea im Immature

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My personel favorites are Boys Don't Cry (Its my all time favorite at the moment), Dirty Dancing, Shakespeare in Love, Moulin Rouge, The Dead Poets Society, But I'm a Cheerleader, The Princess Bride, The Spitfire Grill, and Broken Palace.

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A walk to remember and signs is realllly good!

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