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21. Posted by rbyslipahs (Respected Member 349 posts) 10y

Quoting IronChef

Alright here goes: A Muppet Christmas Carol

YAY!! I'm not alone! Hands down, the best version of a Christmas Carol (probably because it sticks to well to the story, only in a Muppet way...)

22. Posted by cikusang (Respected Member 1361 posts) 10y

The recent movie by Jim Jarmusch - Broken flowers starring by a cast of great actors - Bill Murray, Sharon Stone, Jessica Lange, Tilda Swinton, Julie Delpy, Frances Conroy ...

Do you ever imagine if someday you go and say 'hi' to your ex-lovers who might have another life...what do you expect and what is the point of looking back???

Just go and watch this film, it tells ya, baby.

<Applause to the director, the working crew and the great actors!!!>

23. Posted by cikusang (Respected Member 1361 posts) 10y

The recent movie by Jim Jarmusch - Broken flowers starring by a cast of great actors - Bill Murray, Sharon Stone, Jessica Lange, Tilda Swinton, Julie Delpy, Frances Conroy ...

The movie entitles 'Broken Flowers' - a good title.

24. Posted by zanif (Full Member 113 posts) 10y

trainspotting, american history x, fight club, city of god, last of the mohicans. i totally agree on gladiator, american beauty and shawshank redemption.

25. Posted by andyt_uk (Budding Member 42 posts) 10y

larry clark films are awesome!!

i really like the films amores perros and 21 grams, cant remember the name of the director though.

Old school and the american pie trilogy are some favourites to.

26. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 10y

Quoting cikusang

The recent movie by Jim Jarmusch - Broken flowers starring by a cast of great actors - Bill Murray, Sharon Stone, Jessica Lange, Tilda Swinton, Julie Delpy, Frances Conroy ...

Do you ever imagine if someday you go and say 'hi' to your ex-lovers who might have another life...what do you expect and what is the point of looking back???

Just go and watch this film, it tells ya, baby.

<Applause to the director, the working crew and the great actors!!!>

Sorry Lee, just didn't see the same things in this one that you did... I know it's considered an "fine arts film", but the long drawn out silent reflections and the habitual staring into space made it painful to watch after awhile. I just found it too maudelin. I did like the neighbor, Winston, very much and there were some great lines - but not enough to make it a good movie. I found Murray repeating his role from Lost in Translation, which I also found to be a film that wasted his talents as a serious actor. Maybe I've just know too many of that type of person in real life that I don't care to watch them on screen. (I really do like small fine arts films - just not those two.)

27. Posted by Wolf (Budding Member 43 posts) 10y

Wolf

28. Posted by Pati (Full Member 120 posts) 10y

My favourites:
"Legends of the fall","What dreams may come","Alive","50 first dates","Como agua para chocolate"(Mex), etc,etc,etc...

29. Posted by Jase007 (Travel Guru 8870 posts) 10y

Some great films are listed. Mine:
1 - The green mile
2 - Once were worriors
3 - Harley Davidson and the Marlboro man
4 - Kingdom of heaven
5 - Star wars
6 - The Godfather
7 - The blues brothers
8 - The crop
9 - Stone
10 - A sharks tail

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