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Jamie (The Perpetual Page-Turner) (perpetualpageturner) | 369 comments so..i searched everywhere for a movies thread..i didn't see one. i could have overlooked it though..

so..what are your favorite movies?
have you watched any good ones lately?

My Favorites:
Garden State
Little Miss Sunshine
The Royal Tennanbaums
The Life Aquatic
Bottle Rocket
Eternal Sunshine
Lost in Translation

I just watched the CUTEST movie last night.. Martian Child.

Please tell me someone else has seen this??

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Jennifer (jenniferstorm) | 14 comments I love movies as well. I am currently trying to sell the film and life rights to my book :)

My all time favorites are:

Good Will Hunting
When a Man Loves a Woman
Steal Magnolias
The Kite Runner

Just to name but a few :)

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Brittany (missbrittany) | 336 comments i have seen martian child. very cute.

some faves...

ever after
the notebook
little miss sunshine
the good shepherd
napoleon dynamite
nacho libre
memiors of a geisha
the other boleyn girl
definitely maybe
i am sam
white oleander
mean girls

Jamie (The Perpetual Page-Turner) (perpetualpageturner) | 369 comments Brittany..I'm so glad someone else has seen it!! :)

I loved I am Sam..and Mean Girls..I could watch that movie over and over again.

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Holli I loved Martian Child...great movie!! Jamie your movie list is quite an indie list. I like've got some really good ones on there.

Jennifer I would watch the movie of your life for sure!! I hope that comes to fruition for you.....

My top 3 movies are : Pulp Fiction, Silence of the Lambs, Seven

Jamie (The Perpetual Page-Turner) (perpetualpageturner) | 369 comments I LOVE Pulp Fiction!!
man..i just have too many movies that I like. boyfriend HATES basically all the movies that I like..he thinks I have weird tastes. I just never really find myself feeliing particularly moved by alot of big movies out there. I mean..there are definitely some that I love..but I prefer to watch movies that are kind of deep and really move me in some way.

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Emily (ejfalke) | 576 comments My favorites are:
Casablanca (could quote the entire thing)
You've Got Mail/Must Love Dogs*
The American President
Searching for Bobbie Fisher

*Must Love Dogs is slowly taking the place of You've Got Mail when I need a very sweet, feel-good romantic comedy to pick me up on a bad day.

Brittany, Nacho Libre and Napoleon Dynamite = heeeeee!

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Holli Pulp Fiction is my ultimate.....I have alot of movies I like but those 3 are my supreme faves with Pulp Fiction smack dab at the top.

I like deep meaningful movies too Jamie!! Have you ever seen Evening? Or Waitress?

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Brittany (missbrittany) | 336 comments I LOVED Waitress. DH hated it. I thought it was faulous. Oh, and Enough with JLopez was good.

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Kristen (kristen120378) Where do I even begin:

Circle of Friends
Pearl Harbor - (yes I know I'm like the only one in the country that actually liked it!)
City of Angels
Ice Age (1 & 2)
Shrek (1,2 & 3)
And almost every football movie ever made (especially Rudy!).
Oh, and Sex in the City

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Robyn (roxy_nj) | 354 comments Holli - Silence of the Lambs? Seven? You've got quite the dark side there. Seven freaked me out so much I vowed never to watch it again!

Some of my faves:
Wizard of Oz
Mary Poppins
Some Like It Hot
The Philadelphia Story
ummmm...(whispering) Dirty Dancing

I know there's some 80's classics that I am totally missing but this list will have to do for the moment.

Jamie (The Perpetual Page-Turner) (perpetualpageturner) | 369 comments ooh Mary Poppins!! :)

i could list a million Disney movies!!

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Brittany (missbrittany) | 336 comments oh, no i liked Pearl Harbor!

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Jennifer (jenniferstorm) | 14 comments Thanks Holli!!!

I cannot believe for a second that I forget SEX IN THE CITY my all time FAV!!! Pulp Fiction is good too.

Bobby was brilliant as well..the use of old footage merged with new was brilliant.

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Meg (megvt) | 3069 comments I have given up watching movies with my boyfriend. He likes the dumb stupid ones, not me. I like indie, foreign, documentaries etc. Some big movies but not generally.

Just an FYI there is a movie group.

Jamie (The Perpetual Page-Turner) (perpetualpageturner) | 369 comments Meg..i am in the SAME exact boat as you. the dumber the movie..the more he likes it. I like things that actually make me think or require SOME thought to watch them.

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Holli Oh I love my serial killer movies....and yes Roxy don't let the blond hair and innocent looking face fool ya. I am NOT sweet that's for sure!!! LOL I have more of the dark side in me than you'd think.

I also loved Pearl Harbor and Titanic for that matter. ALL 80's movies and of course Grease One and Two.

I loved the movie Street Kings that just came out not too long ago and I also have watched my fair share of Mary Poppins. That's how diverse I am with movies ;)

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Tera | 2564 comments Mod
Some Like it Hot
Gone With the Wind
Philadelphia Story
Bacehlor and the BobbySoxer
It's a Wonderful Life
His Girl Friday
Princess Bride
Sound of Music
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Footloose (and all things 80s)
(can you tell I love old movies and musicals?)

Currently I love
Mama Mia
Dan In Real Life

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Hannah (hannah7299) | 303 comments I loved Martian Child & Waitress! I love the less noticed, underrated films.

Here are some of my faves:

It Happened One Night
Breakfast at Tiffany's
Princess Bride
The Graduate
Little Miss Sunshine
Big Lebowski
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
American Beauty

Recently saw & loved:
Ghost Town
No Reservations

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Holli I loved Ghost Town and I'm really wanting to see How To Lose Friends and Alienate People.

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Emily (ejfalke) | 576 comments Dan in Real Life is very sweet.

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Dolly (dollya) Little Miss Sunshine
Saving Private Ryan
Devil wears Prada
Edward Scissorhands
Lord of the Rings series
Howl's Moving Castle
The Patriot
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
to name a few :)

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Brittany (missbrittany) | 336 comments i also loved Devil Wears Prada and Breakfast at Tiffany's.

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Tish | 59 comments The Breakfast Club
Steel Magnolias
Dances with Wolves
The Quite Man
Coyote Ugly
The Godfather (part 1 & 2)
White Christmas
Holiday Inn

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Heidi I love movies about as much as I love books... and unfortunately I'm totally terrible at picking a few faves... so I'll give you my faves today-- ask me tomorrow and I'll add a few I forgot... :)

Out of Africa
Now Voyager
Easter Parade
Usual Suspects
Pride and Prejudice
The English Patient
The Way We Were
Moulin Rouge
The Producers (both)
Sweeney Todd
The Departed

... and the list goes on and on...

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Hannah (hannah7299) | 303 comments Holli, wasn't Ghost Town cute? My husband loved it too.

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Hannah (hannah7299) | 303 comments Has anyone seen Once? I forgot to add that to my list & I just loved it. A very poignant love story w/great music.

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Holli Ghost Town was hilarious......definitely my kinda movie! I have been wanting to see Once also. I have it on my Blockbuster Online list.

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Hannah (hannah7299) | 303 comments I loved Once & was so happy when they won the music award at the Oscars for it. The main actor actually wrote the songs for the movie.

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Jackie (findingjackie) | 214 comments Now my Netflix queue is full. I hate you all (j/k).

My favorites:

Fried Green Tomatoes (Partially filmed near me!)
The Joy Luck Club
Princess Bride
LotR Triology
Independence Day
V for Vendetta ..I heart Alan Moore (and Hugo Weaving /swoon). I know Moore didn't want his name on the movie but I think they did a good job on this one, unlike some of the other adapations of his work.

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Cyndi (chill77) I have a few favorites, they are:

Sixteen Candles
Breakfast Club
The American President
Driving Miss Daisy
Little Miss Sunshine
Boys on the Side

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Emily (ejfalke) | 576 comments Here are a couple others that I really like -
Hotel Rwanda
Much Ado About Nothing (Kenneth Branaugh version)
the new Pride and Prejudice

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Kristie (spedkristie) | 385 comments In Order:

1. With Honors
2. The Green Mile
3. Schindler's List
4. The Other Sister
5. The Notebook
6. Labrinth (David Bowie)
7. Boys Don't Cry
8. Dead Poets Society
9. Superstar (guilty pleasure)
10. Audition (Japanese Flick)

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Elena | 13 comments This group is highly addictive as there are so many interesting threads... like this one! :) I love movies and I don't think I'd ever be able to write down a list of my favourites, which include Schindler's List, Terminator, Dead Poets' Society, The Gladiator, Seven... The last one I saw (yesterday night) was Mamma mia! and I loved it!! :)

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Kristen (kristen120378) The people at the library are cursing my name right now - I've put so many movies in your lists on reserve today I'll be busy all weekend! I can't believe I haven't seen a lot of what you've listed!

message 36: by Bloomin’Chick (Jo) aka The Eclectic Spoonie (last edited Oct 09, 2008 08:23AM) (new)

Bloomin’Chick (Jo) aka The Eclectic Spoonie (bloominchick) I think this about covers it!

Coal miner's daughter
Fried green tomato's
Halloween I and II and 7
The exorcist
The fog
Trading places
Steel magnolia's
Ya ya sisterhood
Dolores clairborne
The dead zone
Space cowboys
Shawshank redemption
Step mom
Star wars
Mothman prophecies
Fast times@ridgemont high
Breakfast club
Forrest gump
Don't drink your juice in the hood while being a menace to society
Grumpy old men
Untamed heart
Ground hogs day
Reversal of fortune
Author! author!...
What lies beneath
Young frankenstein
The green mile
Wizard of oz
Meet me in st louis
Sex and the city
Silence of the Lambs
The Mummy and Mummy returns
The Omen (1st/original)
Santa Claus the movie
Miracle on 34th street (original)
Christmas in Connecticut

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