Recently I was watching Shaun of the Dead and it struck me that the actress playing Barbara seemed familiar. I spent most of the movie trying hard to remember what else I'd seen her on. Finally, near the end of the movie, it struck me.
' Harriet Jones, MP, Flydale North'
The Dogtooth (2009)
4. Womb (2011)
5. The Depression Trilogy by Lars Von Trier which contains: The Antichrist, Melancholia, Nymphomaniac Vol.1 & 2
6. Would you rather
7. Hannibal (Red Dragon, Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal and Hannibal Rising)
8. Blue is the Warmest Colour
Recommend and recommend?
The Princes Bride
The Shawshank Redemption
Kill Bill 1 & 2
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas...
Luck number Sleven
Of course when I sit down to write a list of my fav's I cant think of all of them. I'll finish this later.
1) All Lord of the Rings
2) All Harry Potters
3) Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
4) An Affair to Remember (original)
5) Less Than Zero
6) The Secretary
7) Because I Said So
8) American Dreams
9) American History X
10) Nightmare Before Christmas...
in no special order..... and not limited to:
bringing down the house
agent cody banks 1 and 2
raise your voice
the wedding singer
cheaper by the dozen 1 and 2
40 year old virgin
employee of the month
1) Thirteen - Love, love, love this film. This was me at that age, it was scary to watch at first because it was such a powerful view into my world as a teen.
2) May - Very random and weird but in a way quite beautiful.
3) Face off - Nicholas Cage need I say more? No? I...
Die Hard with a vengance. I watched it last night on UKTV Gold. Never seen it before but it was pretty good. I really liked Zeus, he just made me laugh throughout. I didn't see it all though. Just from the big explosion in the underground.
Other movies I've recently seen that...
With: Jean Arthur, Joel McCrea and Charles Coburn
This movie is witty! It has amazing dialogues and actings. I recommend this movie because it's funny and different.
The scene of Arthur and McCrea's kiss is extremely sensual, it's incredible. This is a "must see".
I watched this documentary recently and recommend it to other open-minded people. The question of why so much poverty exists is a favorite pet topic of mine, though I admit I don't put much time into studying the issue in depth. This film has a pretty cohesive perspective on...
For Love of the Game
Count of Monte Cristo
Night and Day
The Last Holiday
That Touch of Mink
Just a few that I love to watch again and again
Saw another show that is in...
Funny movie despite the casting of Carmen Electra
An anthropologist from an alien planet provides voice-over commentary for a documentary look at human courtship, mating, and reproduction: "complex, perverse, tragically beautiful: the earthbound human." The commentary...
Okay everyone, lately I've been watching a LOT of movies... not because I'm bored or anything like that,but because I LOVE movies...the stories, the characters....I'm one of those people that just really connect with a movie.
So, if you are wondering if a movie is good or not...
1. City of God
2. Waking Life
3. Requiem for a Dream
4. Donnie Darko
5. The Dreamers
6. Fight Club
7. V for Vendetta
8. American Beauty
10. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
11. What's Eating Gilbert Grape
12. Pink Floyd: The Wall
13. Natural Born Killers...
I recommend you Ghost World,is my personal fave.I also recommend The chumscrubber,pretty persuasion,Down in the Valley,Undertow,Big fish many more and I also think you might like my opera prima the ever passing moment when it comes out.
sleeper/juli christie w.allen
The Whales of August /v.price
lean on me/?
all the presidents men
the original to kill a mocking bird
tales from the hood
close encounters of the...
Chick Flick to make you laugh: Bridget Jones
Great Romance: An American President
Makes me laugh out loud no matter how many times I've seen it: Analyse This (and Analyse That)
Violence at it's best: The Godfather