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Lady Emerald Devon
Lady Emerald Devon

Jan-12-2006 08:49

A Few Good Men
Terminator 1&2
Life is Beautiful (Did he HAVE to die??!!??)
The Princess Bride



Aug-1-2008 16:00

thisis is it everyone has nailed the movies down but borat needs another shout and deadwood is the the best

Jesse Hunter
Jesse Hunter
Pinball Pro

Aug-7-2008 12:16

Just rewatched The Game.

It's a great triple watch (at least). Watch it through the first time, then watch it again with a more informed eye. THEN watch it with a friend who has never seen it before (watch the friend more than the movie).

Fight Club and Seven are also good triple watchers.

Dixie Perkins
Dixie Perkins

Aug-10-2008 12:21

V for Vendetta is my favorite movie of all time. Also, in no particular order:

The Man From Snowy River
Return to Snowy River
Pride & Prejudice (2005 and the 1995 miniseries)
The Brave One
Mean Girls
The Phantom of the Opera

Lil baby
Lil baby

Aug-28-2008 22:07

All mary kate and ashley movies and episodes
Full house
Holiday in the sun
James bond ALL OF THEM
My dream is love,
OH AND MY FAVE "H2O: just add water"


Nov-15-2008 16:12

I would have to say my most fav. is

*dramatic music suddenly plays*


im into the classics

Carolyn Spark
Carolyn Spark

Mar-18-2009 09:03

Ok, my alltime favorite is Rear Window. If you haven't seen it, then you should. :D
Then I would have to say,
Wait Until Dark
The Prestige
Dirty Dancing (Hehe, pretty boys!)
Donnie Darko
Nightmare Before Christmas (Yes, I went through the goth stage in high school ;)

Yea. Those are probably my favorites. :)

Anais Nin
Anais Nin

Mar-19-2009 00:31

Sunset Boulevard (Classic. Revolutionized film techniques, plus has SUCH an interesting story...)

Sweeney Todd (Interesting twists of the psyche.)

The Lion King (I know, I know. But I LOVE Scar!!!)

Neverwas (Little known movie, but really good!)

and...last but not least... my favorite movie...

The Princess Bride


Old Shoe

Mar-19-2009 02:17

Memento-really interesting way of telling a story!

Tireless Tiger

Mar-19-2009 09:04


The Prestige is one of my favoute movies ever. Have you read the book as well?

Safety Officer

Mar-19-2009 15:43

Yeah I liked the Prestige, ok so it was extremely predictable, but it was still a good movie. Probably the book was better, I'll add that to my ever growing list of things I should read.

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