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Old 05-24-2005, 10:36 PM   #91
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* le Triplettes
I guess you mean Les Triplettes de Belleville

amazing, amazing movie (with awesome music)
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another great animated movie

* Cowboy Bebop - Knockin' on heaven's door
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absolutely amazing.
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Three Colors (Blue, White, Red)

yes, the three movies
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House of Flying Daggers.
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absolutely amazing.

I agree. Saw this a few weeks ago and cannot get it out of my head. Absolutely brilliant movie!!! Can't recommend it enough.
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Mystery Date with Ethan Hawke & Teri Polo. Made in 1991. Cute movie, quotable lines. Sadly, few have seen it. I love it, but haven't seen it on DVD yet.

One Crazy Summer - It was made by the same guy who made Better Off Dead. This movie isn't as good, but the humor is very similar. Co-stars include Booger, Demi Moore and Bobcat Goldthwait. (The With Or Without You comedian)

Practically anything by John Hughes (Ferris Bueller's Day Off, 16 Candles, Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink) prior to 1992. (That's when he began making films for his kids (Home Alone, Dennis the Menace etc.)

A fewer of the lesser known films by him include:
Career Opportunities, Uncle Buck, Weird Science and Mr. Mom.

Oh and he co-wrote the classic Vacation!
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I enjoyed "Basquiat" very much. It's about the 80's artist, and stars Jeffrey Wright, who was brilliant as Belize in "Angels in America." David Bowie plays Andy Warhol in it.

"Ed Wood" is another biopic, this one about an extremely quirky 50's director. This movie stars Johnny Depp , and Sarah Jessica Parker in her pre-"Sex & The City" days plays a girlfriend who eventually bolts because she can't handle his weirdnesses anymore. It's in B/W, directed by Tim Burton, and very very good. I give it two !!
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the original Solaris is a brilliant movie
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