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May 22, 2005

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Louise

Love Groundhog Day, it has been a favourite for years. You have to wonder how many days Bill Murray actually experienced in order to play the piano. I know there is more to it, but that is one question my son always wanted answered....

I have seen a few of the movies on your list, also loved Pleasantville, The Three Amigos, Amistad, and The Royal Tennenbaums.

Here are some of my favourites:
Immortal Beloved with Gary Oldman (a Beethoven that can play the piano) Amelie (subtitles), Seducing Dr. Lewis (french Canadian, again with subtitles), Whalerider, and Ice Age (sorry, had to throw in a cartoon)

I saw Star Wars III on Friday, can honestly say the first three far outrank the last three. Enjoyed the LOTR trilogy, just because they were easier to watch then to read the book. Saw the extended versions, which answered many questions that weren't covered in the orginal movies.

Kids wise, my all time favourite is "The Princess Bride"

Well, must get to work, have a great Sunday.

lyns

im addicted to movies...i'll watch anything once...and buy if i think i'll have the inkling to do so again!!! Only movie I can say that I thought was a waste of my time is "The English Patient"...im sure im missing the greatness of it...but I HATED it...xo lyns

Auntie P

Bowfinger was one of the worst ever! Tess, you and the parents are all sniffing glue? as that was a terrible movie,(only funny part was the dog in the high heels), ( Yech).. Mind you I loved movies like Fast Times at Ridgemont high, LOVED Groudhog day and Mars Attacks...I am a HUGE fan of Blue Crush after watching it while flying back from HK the first time. OK, so I guess different strokes for different folks applies here. The most recent movie that I saw was The Notebook, and it was spectacular.
Love to you all!
Auntie P

Moonbatty

Loved Pleasantville! :) The others you listed were good, too, from what I remember. Shall have to watch those on your list that I haven't yet seen.

Lisa V

You had me baby until you mentioned Ishtar.
We LOVED Magnolia, Groundhog Day, Rushmore, Pulp Fiction, American Beauty, The Royal Tennenbaums, Lost In Translation- movies that others go "eh."
See The Secret of Roan Inish, Metropolitan, Napolean Dynamite, The Station Agent, Avalon, Whale Rider, Little Princess, Indian in the Cupboard.....

Lisa V

You had me baby until you mentioned Ishtar.
We LOVED Magnolia, Groundhog Day, Rushmore, Pulp Fiction, American Beauty, The Royal Tennenbaums, Lost In Translation- movies that others go "eh."
See The Secret of Roan Inish, Metropolitan, Napolean Dynamite, The Station Agent, Avalon, Whale Rider, Little Princess, Indian in the Cupboard.....

joeinvegas

Bill Murray, yes. I do groundhog day whenever it's on TV. But how about some of the old ones (yes, you said 90 or newer). My all time favorite is Beauty and the Beast - the old 1950's French one by Jean Cocteau - the photography is beautiful, faces in the fireplace, and you do feel sorry for the Beast.

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