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Old 06-15-2008, 02:36 AM   #751
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I would jump out a window if someone started reading a list of my "accomplishments" to a crowd of people. Talk about awkward.

One of the greatest things about this film for me is that I had a teacher who was exactly like Mrs. Robinson, though unfortunately not as attractive. They had the same exact personality though. It's hilarious.
The scuba suit is where I would've given up and shot myself
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Well my favorite movie, like I mentioned earlier is American Beauty. Don't know if you've ever seen it, but it's a fairly dark comedy staring Kevin Spacey and Anette Bening. I recommend that movie quite often. The results of such a recommendation though are various. It's a really strange film.
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The scuba suit is where I would've given up and shot myself
I'm surprised he didn't try to drown himself right then and there.
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If you like whacked out films, I'd say look into Michel Gondry's movies. The Science of Sleep is quite good. My only complaint was that the dialogue jumps from French to Spanish to English, and it can get disorienting.

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btw Chass, I don't remember you saying anything. did you like her new album?
Yeah, I made a big post about it in B&C after I got it. It's not her best, but it's pretty good. There are a few songs on it that I don't care for, and a few that I absolutely love.
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Well my favorite movie, like I mentioned earlier is American Beauty. Don't know if you've ever seen it, but it's a fairly dark comedy staring Kevin Spacey and Anette Bening. I recommend that movie quite often. The results of such a recommendation though are various. It's a really strange film.
It's in my top 10 as well.
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Good point. Do you have any strong feelings about "Aimee Does Anchorage"?
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Well my favorite movie, like I mentioned earlier is American Beauty. Don't know if you've ever seen it, but it's a fairly dark comedy staring Kevin Spacey and Anette Bening. I recommend that movie quite often. The results of such a recommendation though are various. It's a really strange film.
It's one i've always meant to see. I'll give it a look.

I'll be raiding the local Video Ezy after my exams.
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Ian, have you seen Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind? That's another favorite of mine.
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A Michel Gondry film
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I guess that just confirms what you already said.

He also makes great music videos.
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*just looked at her DVD shelf* Children of Men is a really good film if you like dystopian movies. There are some incredible action sequences in it too (and they're brutally realistic, not cheesy at all)

Trainspotting's also very good. Bonus Ewan McGregor penis in it too, though I'm sure you're not interested in that.
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*just looked at her DVD shelf* Children of Men is a really good film if you like dystopian movies. There are some incredible action sequences in it too (and they're brutally realistic, not cheesy at all)
I heard that is SUPER disappointing.

My top ten films:
American Beauty
The Shawshank Redemption
The Green Mile
Forrest Gump
Pay It Forward ( )
Love Actually
Michael Collins
Spirited Away
Shall We Dance (The original Japanese version)
Field of Dreams
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


If I were to go on Clue, The Neverending Story I & II, Harold and Maude, Die Hard, etc. would be included.

I should go find that list I made in Zoo Station a while back
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Roast chicken, boiled potatoes and carrot and cheese sauce.

Dinner of champions.
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*just looked at her DVD shelf* Children of Men is a really good film if you like dystopian movies. There are some incredible action sequences in it too (and they're brutally realistic, not cheesy at all)

Trainspotting's also very good. Bonus Ewan McGregor penis in it too, though I'm sure you're not interested in that.
That's as gratuitous as Jamie Lee Curtis' chest
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