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    Werrrrrrre off to see the wizard ,the wonderful wizard of oz,he truly is a wonderful wizard if ever a wiz there was.................
    JimmyMack

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    "All of Me" with Steve Martin

    Fools Rush In with Matthew Perry

    Heart and Souls with Robert Downy Jr.

    3 best movies I could watch over and over

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    If I had to pick just one, it would be "The Matrix." Several others come in a close second.

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    I taped the "Lonesome Dove" mini-series, and I've watched it about 5 or 6 times. It's a great story...I usually read the book first if I can. Duvall, Tommy Lee, etc., all played great parts.

    "The Deer Hunter" is my second pick. Great flick.

    Saturday afternoon, I watched "Beaches." It was only rated two stars, but I loved it because it gave me chills and made me cry, and sometimes ya just gotta cry, ya know?

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    Dead Poet's Society, Steel Magnolias, Chicago, An Affair to Remember (with Debra Kerr and Cary Grant), Stealing Home, Grease, 84 Charing Cross Road, and Shirley Valentine...just to name a few.

    Of course, I can watch (and have watched) E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, The Jazz Singer (with Neil Diamond), It's A Wonderful Life, Dirty Dancing, Singin' In The Rain, and Dying Young a bezillion times and not tire of any of them.



    He is able who thinks he is able. - Buddha

    [This message was edited by Spazway on 02-04-04 at 05:14 PM.]

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    the original king kong movie inspite of all its flaws and political incorrectness is my favorite for expanding my conciousness when i was a young boy.

    in the last 10 years or so it would be the shawshank redemption. absolutely brilliant tribute to the human spirit.

    john

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    It's a toss up: "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" and "Taxi Driver" I know I'm a strange one, I'm told that all the time I just have a diverse personality!

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    Tender Mercies
    Dr. Zhivago
    Gladiator
    Braveheart
    Legend of Greystroke
    Cool dry place
    Blues Brothers
    It's A Wobderful Life
    Meet John Doe

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    * Moulin Rouge
    * Gladiator
    * The Princess Bride
    * Labyrinth
    * Office Space
    * Romeo + Juliet

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    I like both Hepburn and Bogart so African Queen is tied with Casablanca.

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