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    Adam Randall
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    Every forum of note has to have one, its an unwritten rule!

    I might as well start then:

    1) The Big Labowski
    2) Captain Ron

    Whenever I am feeling down or need a bit of a g up, I pop the Big Labowski in and all my problems disappear.

    I reckon I have seen it about 70 odd times, and Captain Ron about 30 odd.

    “Dude, if you will it, it is no dream”

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    Tracey Anne
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    ‘The World According to Garp’ for me. I could watch it every week.
    One minute I’m p*ssing myself laughing, the next I’m crying like a baby….

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    ” The American President”
    Then any music DVD’s Im not really a movie buff, my wife is but a live concert DVD gives me all the zip I need.

    There was a movie I saw with Jack Nicholson and Dianne Keeting had a good laugh but cant remember the movie title.

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    bradzo
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    Oh dear…

    Ok – here goes! :)

    Titanic (Leonardo deCaprio and Kate Winslet)
    Romeo & Juliet (Baz Luhrmann version – Leonardo again! +Claire Danes++++)
    Rambo 4.
    War of the Worlds (live stage version)
    any Jason Bourne film…
    Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. (Zooey Deschanel)
    Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. (BBC original)

    Too many to list!

    What’s your fave?

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    peppie
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    Ahhhh, Titanic!!! I have only watched it once and all I can think of when I consider watching it again is all those bodies everywhere – yeh, and bodies falling off the Big Boat into the water. Not quite my idea of an uplifting story.

    My choices?

    Anything Lord of the Rings, films (even the how it’s made is exciting), books and music (I have the FULL music of the films on LOTS of CDs including audio DVD versions in surround sound).

    Also any movies of the Jane Austin novels.

    Plus a few like Master and Commander, Dances With Wolves,,,, give me time I’ll come up with more!

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    mike@engagemarketing
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    I’ve got to admit I haven’t seen half the movies that you guys have mentioned. I can’t split my favourites. It would be between:

    – Shawshank Redemption
    – The Matrix
    – Anchorman
    – Top Gun

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    Burgo, post: 18720 wrote:
    There was a movie I saw with Jack Nicholson and Dianne Keeting had a good laugh but cant remember the movie title.

    Sounds like Something’s Gotta Give:
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0337741/

    was quite funny – probably wouldn’t put it in my top 10 though :(

    How about “The Notebook” for a soppy girly movie? ;)
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0332280/

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    [Former] FS Concierge
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    Ray, you big softie you!

    How come none of you have mentioned The Blues Brothers yet?????

    Jayne

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    Chris Bates
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    Adam Randall, post: 18389 wrote:
    Every forum of note has to have one, its an unwritten rule!

    Does that mean we should start the “never ending” or “one word/line story” thread?

    And:
    1) Dude, where’s my car?
    2) Forgetting Sarah Marshall

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    Chris Bates, post: 18789 wrote:
    Does that mean we should start the “never ending” or “one word/line story” thread?

    Personally, I don’t think so – but I have been thinking that maybe it would be good to have a business book review thread or something like that. What do you think?

    We’ve had a few threads on the 4-Hour Work Week and Gerber and Drucker, (and of course the FS book by Robert and Sam!), but there is so much else out there… good and bad!

    Thoughts? Anyone got a good book review to start a new thread with?

    Jayne

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    Chris Bates
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    Hey Jayne,

    Maybe a sub-forum for it, so that each book can have its own thread. One thread full of multiple reviews would eventually get hard to navigate amongst all the opinions.

    I’m sure that it would get used though, I’m waiting for my library to get the 4 hour work week back in for me, due to that thread! :)

    Cheers,
    Chris

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    danbeebee
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    Ok, here’s mine:

    – Step Brothers
    – Pulp Fiction
    – Old School
    – Wedding Crashers

    I managed to get in and see Inglourious Basterds which, despite still being in the movies, has a good chance to edge its way into my list. A few more views on DVD when it’s released will tell all…

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    LeelaCosgrove
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    – Fight Club – is easily the best movie ever made.
    – Donnie Darko – another mind-bender favourite.
    – Labyrinth – David Bowie in tights. Enough Said.
    – The Princess Bride – of course.
    – Boiler Room – best sales movie ever.

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    My favorite movie is “Titanic” i want to see it more and more time.

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    markbecken09
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    Hey guys,
    Wayne’s World 1 and 2. I know, incredibly low-brow, but so funny.
    I really liked Watchmen too.

    Thanks.

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