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    I realize I love a huge number of movies even if I don't watch them all that much. This is my list:

    1) The Constant Gardener
    What can I say ? Ralph Fiennes' performance was genius.

    2) Breakfast at Tiffany's
    My second Audrey Hepburn movie after My Fair Lady, a real classic.

    3) Moulin Rouge
    T'was trippy! And all idealistic. I like that.

    4) Up
    I think I haven't cried at a cartoon for ages but I was bawling like a baby when I saw this.

    5) Leon the Professional
    The movie that turned me into a hardcore Natalie Portman fan

    6) Forrest Gump
    ..and the damn theme stuck with me too. The one that played with the feather floating about.

    7) Love Me If You Dare (Jeux D'enfants)
    I, for one, didn't really like Amelie and preferred this.

    8) Slumdog Millionaire
    JAI HO! I loved all the Bollywood themes running throughout, thought it was a nice touch, and such a good story!

    9) The Matrix (first one)
    I liked the part with the red pills and the blue pills and the Alice in Wonderland themes. Seeing Keanu gross and slimy is a mental image I can live without, however.

    10) The Others

    11) Sin City
    I think I may be the only female who likes this? I don't really know why either, I just liked the noir quality and the over the top feel.

    12) Beauty and the Beast
    This was my favourite Disney movie of all time, I think I forced my family to watch it a million times. Hah.

    13) Edward Scissorhands
    My favourite creepy fairytale-ish sort of deal.

    14) Fight Club
    I remember being somewhat disturbed when I first watched this, then again I was really quite young then.

    15) Mean Girls
    I just found it really funny even though it inspired the irritating Halloween is the only time a girl can dress up like a total slut thing which has been repeated, I don't know, 10000x
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    As far as the name goes, Goddard is as good as Godard. They are both Norman variations of Gotthard. Be strong for the Lord. It is not a pagan name, but it has pagan roots.
    Hartan is to suffer, to be hard for the Lord. The Lords they come and go.
    The director in question is usually referred to as Godard in France. Outside of France it is legitimate to say Goddard. As long as you are a Norman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed111 View Post
    In no particular order:

    1.Bladerunner
    2.Rollerball
    3.The Blues Brothers
    4.The Big Lebowski
    5.Little Big Man
    6.THX1138
    7.12 Angry Men
    8.The Straight Story
    9.Tron
    10.Star Wars
    11.Sleeper
    12.It's a Wonderful Life
    13.The Longest Day
    14.2001 A Space Odyssey
    15.The Matrix
    I want to swap Tron for Forrest Gump please. I think the list is about perfect now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happyman View Post
    PS You're great too, you know that, right?
    Yeah...
    Pretty much.

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    In no particular order, the first 15 that came to mind:

    Damnation - dir. Bela Tarr

    The Idiots - Lars Von Trier

    Vivre sa vie - Godard

    Zazie dans le Metro - Louis Malle

    Veridiana - Bunuel

    Fitzcarraldo - Werner Herzog

    Wild Strawberries - Bergman

    Carry On Up The Khyber - Gerald Thomas

    Pusher - Nicolas Refn

    Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer - John McNaughton

    The Seventh Victim - prod. Val Lewton

    Miller's Crossing - Coen Bros

    Mean Streets - Martin Scorsese

    8 - Fellini

    Yol -Yilmaz Guney

    Edit: Ponder this:[YOUTUBE="pmzPH2B9P3k"]Damnation[/YOUTUBE]

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    Can I add Roadhouse to my list? ....Done!
    ~luck favors the ready~


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    (Not in order and from the top of my head)

    1) Lion King

    2) Labyrinth

    3) Howl's Moving Castle

    4) LOTR's

    5) Stranger Than Fiction

    7) Spirited Away

    8) Alice In Wonderland Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    9) The Shining

    10) Cast Away

    Oh, FIFTEEN. Ahem, let me continue ..:P

    11) Alice In Wonderland

    12) Zoolander

    13) Chocolat

    14) Sleepy Hollow

    15) Chicago

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    1) The parent trap
    2) Pan's labyrinth
    3) Bed knobs and broomsticks (and Mary poppins and Chitty chitty bang bang)
    4) Disney Robin Hood
    5) Spirited away
    6) The magic pudding
    7) The pagmaster
    8) Leon
    9) Ice age
    10)James and the giant peach
    11)The secret of nimh
    12)Pirate of the carribean: Dead man's chest
    13)The fox and the hound
    14)Casper
    15)Fly away home

    Okay so I cheated a little.
    Come along Fool
    A direct hit of the senses you are disconnected
    It's not that it's bad, it's not that it's death
    It's just on the tip of your tongue, and you're so silent

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    The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly
    Full Metal Jacket
    Serpico
    Enter The Dragon
    Dr. Strangelove
    One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
    The 36th Chamber of Shaolin
    Eight Diagram Pole Fighter
    Apocalypse Now
    Die Hard (the original)
    Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
    The Shining
    The Godfather Part 2
    City of God
    Dog Day Afternoon

    edit-
    oh, and i forgot Cool Hand Luke

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    Waking Life
    Before Sunrise/Before Sunset (cheating, I know)
    Annie Hall
    Casablanca
    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
    Little Big Man
    A Clockwork Orange
    Platoon
    Full Metal Jacket
    Apocalypse Now
    An Officer and a Gentleman
    The Paper Chase
    Blade Runner
    Ghost World
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail

    Honorable mentions:
    Lost in Translation
    Das Boot
    Saving Private Ryan
    Revenger's Tragedy

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