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  1. #61
    the best movie i saw during 2003 was "talk to her" by a spanish director whose name i forget. a beautiful story about 2 women patients in a coma for different reasons. it has layer upon layer of resonant emotion and thought provoking plot twists. a complete artistic experience for the eyes, the ears, and the mind.

    john

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    Nay Martha,your a right lass Les Miserables is french but when Liam Neeson is staring in it you can raise your drammet and watch through plaid colored eyes,aye

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  3. #63
    I have to agree with Alan on his picks...but also add

    Back to School

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    Shaun -- Aye, Liam Neeson, aye!

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    Originally posted by 1FINERN:

    I have to agree with Alan on his picks...but also add

    Back to School
    That's a good one.

    Also:

    Blazing Saddles
    The Frisco Kid
    Robin Hood: Men In Tights
    Airplane!
    The Naked Gun (and sequels)
    Pretty Woman

    There's a lot of movies I like, and can watch over and over.

    Alan

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  6. #66
    OK, I have to say I'm one of the people who REALLY enjoyed each of the Lord of the Rings movies, and each one seemed to just get better.

    Another movie this past year that I enjoyed was "A Mighty Wind."

  7. #67
    Some other crankin´ flicks......

    The Hidden

    The Game

    Presumed Innocent

    The Fugitive

    Escape from Alcatraz

    Where Eagles Dare

    The Sting

    Once upon a time in America

    And I have to tack on the Japanese movie "Go" from Isao Yukishida...what a great movie!

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    [This message was edited by Mike C on 02-11-04 at 07:40 PM.]

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    Fight Club
    Boondock Saints
    Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
    Training Day
    Life of David Gayle(not fav but really good)
    X -Men 1 & 2
    The Outsiders
    Stand by Me

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    The Rocky Horror Picture Show

    The Spy Who Came In From The Cold (One of the few movies that is better than the book.)

    All the B movies with Jan Michael Vincent in them plus the Winds of War. Man, those were great drive in make out flicks! Not Winds of War mind you...

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    Goodwill Hunting with Matt Daemon and Robin Williams.

    Joe Black with Brad Pitt

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