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Your movie votes! :) [Apr. 23rd, 2005|11:10 am]
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You have spoken.

Your top ten movies:

1. The Princess Bride ( 8) *
2. Fight Club (7)
3. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (6)
4. Finding Neverland (6 )*
5. Donnie Darko ( 5)
6. Garden Sate (5)
7. Star Wars Series (5)*
8. Monty Python And The Holy Grail (4) *
9. Rocky Horror Picture Show (4)
10. Sin City (4)

( I *'d 25 of them. That means those are the top 25 of those listed that I have seen and love... so the ones with the * have the top 25 Random seal of approval. :) - And if you haven't had a chance to vote yet, go ahead. I'm updating as I go.)

Not in alphabetical order... ;)


Empire Records
Requeim For A Dream*
Almost Famous
Stand By Me*
Lord of The Rings Series*
Schindlers List*
Pulp Fiction
Pirates Of The Caribbean*


Beauty & The Beast
The Royal Tenenbaums
Matrix Series
Singin' In The Rain
Shaun Of The Dead
Finding Nemo
American Beauty*
Kill Bill
Back To The Future
Office Space*
The Goonies
Old School
Moulin Rouge*
Shawshank Redemption*
Times Square

The rest were only voted for once..and I wasn't going to write them out, but why not? Since I'm all ready here..

All of these had one vote.

The Philadelphia Story
Arsenic And Old Lace
Bringing Up Baby
Roman Holiday
Breakfast At Tiffany's
The Virgin Suicides
Mystic River*
Edward Scissorhands
Monty Pythons And Now For Something Completely Different
Romeo Must Die
Starsky & Hutch
Bustin' Loose
Collateral Damage
The Rundown
True Romance
Phantom of the Opera
Life is Beautiful*
Blazing Saddles*
Lost in Translation
Monty Pythons Life of Brian
The Little Mermaid
The Wizard of Oz
Reefer Madness
The Dangerous Lives of Alter Boys
Bang Bang You're Dead
Tent City
Little Monsters*
Vampire Hunter D
Steel Magnolias
Dazed And Confused
White Oleander
Romeo & Juliet
Shakespeare In Love
The Railway Children
7 Brides For 7 Brothers
The Full Monty
The Birds
Cool Hand Luke*
The Graduate
The Jerk
Ladder 49
The Day After Tomorrow
A Hard Days Night
The Believer
Life as a House
Ghost World
Addams Family Values
Mrs. Doubtfire
The Usual Suspects
The Emperors New Groove
Good Will Hunting
Army of Darkness
Alice in Wonderland
Evil Dead 2
Run Lola Run
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
A Streetcar Named Desire*
I (heart) Huckabees
Reservoir Dogs
Hotel Rwanda
The Neverending Story*
Tommy Boy
American History X*
Wayne's World
Napolean Dynamite
Mean Girls
The Notebook
Battle Royale
The Nightmare Before Christmas
The Adventures of Priscilla Queen Of The Desert
La Haine
Old Boy
Peter Pan*
The Long Kiss Goodnight
The Towering Inferno
A Fish Called Wanda
Best In Show
Orange County
Bruce Almighty
Great Expectations
Dawn Of The Dead
Full Metal Jacket
Sling Blade
Gone With The Wind*
All Quiet On The Western Front
Inherit The Wind
Black Hawk Down
The Gods Must Be Crazy
Brother Sun, Sister Moon
Moving The Mountain
Moll Flanders
Brain Candy
Gangs Of New York

[User Picture]From: cromulent
2005-04-24 12:02 am (UTC)
This is making me want to see a ton of those movies. I know I have to see Finding Neverland, I've been meaning to get it for awhile. And I think I need to see Donnie Darko again, because I wasn't as blown away by it like a lot of other people, but it might be one you have to watch a few times.
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2005-04-24 09:09 am (UTC)
I've heard that about Donnie Darko a lot.

And yes, you must see Finding Neverland. My favorite movei that's come out in years.

I know.. now I feel obligated to see all of these.
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[User Picture]From: nonamenogain
2005-05-03 04:50 pm (UTC)
You shouldn't feel obligated. You have done more for us than you needed, just in listing them for us. I am very grateful, for the question and for the list.

Also, as I'm sure you know, it can ruin a great movie to see it when you were in the mood for a movie of another genre.
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2005-05-03 04:54 pm (UTC)
It sure can.

And you're sweet. *hugs*
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[User Picture]From: nonamenogain
2005-04-24 02:00 pm (UTC)
I've heard that you have to see the director's cut of Donnie Darko because there is a lot more about the book in that one. To anyone who hasn't seen it, I'm not giving anything away by saying that. I'm going to see the director's cut because I wasn't blown away either. I've seen a lot better sci. fi.
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