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Name: Molly
Age: 18

Top Ten Movies:

1. Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, (2003) Director: Peter Weir
2. Good Will Hunting, (1997) Director: Gus Van Sant
3. Diarios de Motocicleta, (2004) (Argentina) Director: Walter Salles
4. October Sky, (1999) Director: Joe Johnston
5. The Patriot, (2000) Director: Roland Emmerich
6. A League of Their Own, (1992) Director: Penny Marshall
7. That Thing You Do!, (1996) Director: Tom Hanks
8. Sense and Sensibility, (1995) Director: Ang Lee
9. Fight Club, (1999) Director: David Fincher
10. Saving Private Ryan, (1998) Director: Steven Spielberg

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cacophonesque
Feb. 8th, 2008 07:59 pm (UTC)
Could you share 5 movies that you would never consider "great cinema" but which you love to watch anyway? Things that are fun, fluffy, exciting, adventurist, or great with popcorn are what I'm thinking. And maybe a sentence for each.
eschatologies
Feb. 9th, 2008 09:59 pm (UTC)
Of course! I would never consider these movies great cinema, but they are either childhood favorites or secret fluff movies.

Tommy Boy, You know, a Chris Farley and David Spade grade film. I never saw it in theaters, and I doubt it even stayed in theaters very long, but my brother and I can probably quote the entire movie.

Love Actually, I love watching this film, especially during the holidays. It's one of those fluffy movies with some of my favorite actors. I also enjoy movies with separate plots/vignettes that all connect in the end (a la Crash)

The Italian Job, I LOVE heist movies! The intricacy of the plans, the amazingly attractive lead males, the special effects! Plus, this movie has just a hint of Donald Sutherland, which makes it that much better.

Harry Potter, any of the five I'd consider fun and great with popcorn. The acting I have a problem with, as well as the direction in the first two, but they are movies I can watch over and over.

The Muppet Treasure Island, I had to include Muppets. What a classic, fun, exciting, adventuring piece of childhood crap.
cacophonesque
Feb. 10th, 2008 08:22 pm (UTC)
Yes
Your answers to other questions have been fabulous.