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Here we post our Fave/Best movies...

I must say that I can't choose only one so my BOTH favourites (and personally the best I've ever seen) are:

1. Contact (Jodie Foster)
UNBELIEVABLE MOVIE. It's completely undescribable, Jodie acts marvellously and the story is really touching. After finishing the movie there's nothing left but a feeling of hope. Besides it's so deep, I love the way the religion and science are stitched... you can analyse it and feel identified in many ways.

2. Shine (Geoffry Rush, don't know sp.)
This is a MUST SEE movie, weather you like music or not. I play the pěano, so for me it's outrageous. The best music EVER and the story itself it's very very sad and touching at the same time. The only time I EVER saw my father crying was in this movie. It has an amazing ending.

So... what's the movie that you can't get enough of? That you can see over and over and not get tired?

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Ohh, Pulp Fiction is excellent! I really like that one too...
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East Of Eden
L.A. Confidential
The Hours
The Portrait Of A Lady
Party Girl
Heaven's Prisoners (seriously underrated movie)
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Pulp Fiction is the shit!!! All you youngsters need to watch that gem of '90s cinema!!!

Airplane!
Office Space
GoodFellas
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Ben-Hur
Pulp Fiction
GoldenEye
Patriot Games (yes, I'm a Sean Bean fan )
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Terminator 2 (GREAT action movie!!!)
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Schindler's List
Roman Holiday
Jurassic Park
Far From Heaven
From Here to Eternity
A Patch of Blue
Elizabeth
The Talented Mr. Ripley
Paper Moon


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In no particular order and forgetting a lot of them probably

Festen
Bitter Moon
Il Postino (The Postman)
Edward Scissorhands
My own private Idaho
Pump up the volume
Romeo + Juliet
Traffic
Jackie Brown
Naked
Dead poets society
From Dusk till Dawn
Natural born killers
What's eating Gilbert Grape
Kalifornia

And more...

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Romy and Michele's High School Reunion
Legends of the Fall
Goldeneye
Titanic
Steel Magnolias
Broken Hearts Club
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The Parents' Trap is my all-time favourite i guess.... there are other good movies as well but i forgot since i don't watch movies that much....
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Randomly:

Dancer In The Dark
Jackie Brown (Pulp Fiction is the shit... but this is even better)
A Streetcar Named Desire
The Opposite Of Sex
Donnie Darko
Four Weddings And A Funeral
Heathers
The Talented Mr Ripley
All About My Mother
Elizabeth
American Psycho
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Ayn Rand's WE THE LIVING
The 1942 Film Classic Starring Alida Valli, Rossano Brazzi, and Fosco Giachetti

Set in the chaotic aftermath of the Russian revolution, WE THE LIVING is the story of a young woman who courageously defies a brutal regime. It is an extraordinary tale of romance and betrayal and, at its core, a fierce and impassioned outcry for the right of each human being to live free. Alida Valli's luminous portrayal of a sexually independent heroine was both daring and groundbreaking for its time.
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Far From Heaven
The Hours
The Others
Moulin Rouge!
The Shining
Hannibal
Heavenly Creatures
The End of the Affair

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full metal jacket. the best war movie EVER
the shining.
requiem for a dream.
pulp fiction.
blow.
snatch.


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oops... forgot
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donnie darko was a pretty good movie...


....This is fucked up, fucked up....

This is your blind spot, blind spot.
It should be obvious, but it's not.

You cannot kickstart a dead horse
You just crush yourself and walk away
I don't care what the future holds
Cause I'm right here in your arms today
With your fingers you can touch me

I'll be your black swan, black swan
I'm for spare parts, broken up.




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"Office Space"
"Waiting For Guffman"
"Boogie Nights"
"Magnolia"
"Sling Blade"
"Requiem For A Dream"

and lots more...
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