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    The notebook is an excellent film!

    I like gran Torino too and Senna is superb. Rush is very good, and I'm partial to anything animated I love the first Ice age oh and August rush!

    I watch so many films but they're some recent ones I've enjoyed.

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    In no particular order, and definitely forgetting about a hundred or so

    Ice Cold in Alex
    The 39 Steps (early versions)
    The Rear Window, Vertigo, North by Northwest and loads of other Hitchcock films actually. And Agatha Christie for that matter.
    Breakfast at Tiffanys (never fail to cry about the cat)
    The Great Escape
    The African Queen
    Cellular
    The Italian Job (NOT the remake, they blew the ****** doors off that )
    Close Encounters of the Third Kind
    RED
    The Princess Bride
    Iron Man 1 and 2 (Team Stark)
    Avengers Assemble
    The Die Hard films
    All the Bond films (I don't care how cheesy some of them are - don't care)
    Labyrinth
    Some of the Indiana Jones films but not the silly alien one

    eta: Also, 3:10 to Yuma. (Old cowboy film that came on and I was too lazy to turn the tv over, but it was brilliant)
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    Forest Gump
    Black Beauty
    The Green Mile
    Shawshank Redemption
    Willow
    Blazing Saddles
    Planes Trains and Automobiles
    LOTR (all three)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinnabar View Post
    The notebook is an excellent film!

    I like gran Torino too and Senna is superb. Rush is very good, and I'm partial to anything animated I love the first Ice age oh and August rush!

    I watch so many films but they're some recent ones I've enjoyed.
    Senna is AMAZING!! I knew what was going to happen but I still had a nervous breakdown at the end! We screened it for the Portuguese and Brazilian Soc at uni and everyone was in tears by the end!

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    I'm not a big film person!

    I don't like fantasy, old fashioned or action.

    I do like rom coms, animated & based on true stuff though!

    Senna is amazing!

    Love Monsters Inc & Cars
    Native pony addict!

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    Highlander
    Labyrinth
    The Matrix
    Shawshank.
    V for vendetta.
    Life of Brian.
    The accused.
    Shaun of the dead.
    Neverending story.
    There's loads more...

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    Con air
    Hitch hikers guide to the galaxy
    Happy Gilmour
    Team America

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    Quote Originally Posted by Char View Post
    Oh oh oh!

    Pitch perfect
    Silver linings playbook !
    These are on demand at the moment, are they worth watching??!

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    Pitch Perfect is ace, loved it, It's just a bit of good fun with some good old cheesy music alongside I really enjoyed it.

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    Its gotta be Dirty Dancing

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