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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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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.