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    I hate movie reruns, BUT ... My 'peat-and-repeat movie is "The Gods Must Be Crazy PART II"

    I'm not worried about condemnation because according to my scientific poll, I'm the only person in the world who has seen Part II.

    You'll never see COO-b'ns in quite the same way.

    Gotta run .... Blockbuster has something on hold for me ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by gretch View Post
    Okay guys. I have to get this in the open or it will eat me alive.

    I like the movie The wedding Planner

    And I don't just mean like it, I love it. I mean, i could watch it a thousand times. Bad acting, cheesy plot and all. I indulge. WHY?! OH WHY DO I LIKE SUCH A CLICHE' MOVIE STARRING GOOD OL' JENNY FROM THE BLOCK?

    I seriously always pray that no one will find out. It is the silliest thing.

    On another note, has anyone ever seen Wit? Incredible. These two movies are my favorite movies....
    Also
    -Pride and Prejudice (The new one---yes! I know...) Basically all of the Jane Austen flicks.
    -Gattica
    -Anne of Green Gables (with megan follows) and sequel
    I like the Wedding Planner, I don't LOVE it because the bride-to-be gets her feelings hurt too badly. I just don't like that aspect.

    I LOVE Pride & Prejudice with Kiera Knightly. She's an absolute GENIUS in that movie!
    Last winter, I spent about 50 HOURS watching/studying all three film versions of Pride and Prejudice repeatedly,
    and I read the book twice.
    (It's cold here... nothing else to do.)

    I rarely can stand seeing a movie more than once unless there's a long time span between - like 10 years.
    But some movies I will watch over and over:

    Back To The Future - more than 30 times
    Kate & Leopold
    My Big Fat Greek Wedding

    all the movies with Meg Ryan & Tom Hanks

    I love Anne of Green Gables also. There are 2 sequels. The last one is when Gil goes off to war. I own the whole series.

    There. Now I have made my own confession.

    When you say "Wit" do you mean this:
    Wit (2001) (TV)

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    I don't know what it is about chicks and Pride and Prejudice. It's really not that good. Admittedly, I've never read the book, nor do I intend to. Jane Eyre was bad enough. At least it was short.

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    That's a deep, dark secret? In all honesty, I wouldn't care unless you tried to force me to watch it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    Except 13 Going on 30. I watched that 3 times. I like it bunches.
    I like this movie too - I think Jen Garner is just so cute in this movie. And I love the Thriller scene. She is like the "Meg Ryan" for the 2000s. I never watched her in Alias though.

    I love musicals, especially the classics like Sound of Music, Oklahoma, State Fair, (pretty much anything Rodgers and Hammerstein) My Fair Lady, etc.

    Now if you said your favorite movie was Gigli, this might be an problem.

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    Musicals ROCK.

    And yeah, 13 Going On 30 was great, huh? :P

    And I'll stop there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    I don't know what it is about chicks and Pride and Prejudice. It's really not that good. Admittedly, I've never read the book, nor do I intend to. Jane Eyre was bad enough. At least it was short.
    Jane Eyre was somewhat "dark".

    Jane Austen is more light sarcastic humor and wit.

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    yes I tooo like cheesy films and tongue in cheek... like Steve Martin and Lesley Neilson and monty pyhton films. I've noticed a lot of S types don't find cheese films funny
    I think what it boils down to is the fact that my imagination can percieve how funny they were to make, how much fun they had making them, especially trying to get their faces right at particular times,...But i'm sure the scene where Biggus Dickus, (in life of brian) asking why others found his wife's name amusing was a one only shot! it's things like this that draw me to watch them over and over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    I like the Wedding Planner, I don't LOVE it because the bride-to-be gets her feelings hurt too badly. I just don't like that aspect.

    I LOVE Pride & Prejudice with Kiera Knightly. She's an absolute GENIUS in that movie!
    Last winter, I spent about 50 HOURS watching/studying all three film versions of Pride and Prejudice repeatedly,
    and I read the book twice.
    (It's cold here... nothing else to do.)

    I rarely can stand seeing a movie more than once unless there's a long time span between - like 10 years.
    But some movies I will watch over and over:

    Back To The Future - more than 30 times
    Kate & Leopold
    My Big Fat Greek Wedding

    all the movies with Meg Ryan & Tom Hanks

    I love Anne of Green Gables also. There are 2 sequels. The last one is when Gil goes off to war. I own the whole series.

    There. Now I have made my own confession.

    When you say "Wit" do you mean this:
    Wit (2001) (TV)
    Yeah that's the wit I'm talking about. It's phenomenal. I know a couple of people who just can't sit through it. It's a little slow and more intellectual, but it's seriously incredible.
    And wasn't kiera Knightly good in P&P? I loved the sound track and the cinematography. I also really liked the Mr. Darcy. I always imagined Elizabeth with more passion than she was always portrayed with. But I know what you mean about being on a kick with it, I 've seen it so many times in the last year. My husband loved it just as much.

    I am hoping Santa will bring me the Anne Series for Christmas, I still haven't seen the last movie.





    More than anything I was joking about the deep dark secret thing (though it actually kind of is), It was just more anecdotal than anything
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    This may be the cheesiest, but I love it:

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