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Nooch
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I would have to say Caravan Of Courage An Ewok Adventure. Its the forgotten Star Wars movie.

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red303
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I'd say Red is a good movie. And not because of my username. It's sort of an action and comedy rolled into one.

09philj
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Watch No Country for Old Men. It is tense action and black comedy.

jeff2241
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die hard, forrest gump, django unchained, the hangover, kill bill, skyfall, animal house, x-men: the last stand, ted, the avengers, terminator, high school musical, iron man, the expendables, caddyshack, billy madison, inglourious basterds, we're the millers, american hustle, 1 million ways to die in the west.

there's 20 of my favorite movies, all of them i recommend.

gh0sts
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Who am I recommending the movie to? I could recommend When In Rome, but not to somebody who likes action-thrillers, for example.

Terry_Logic
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I'll second Jeff's final suggestion. As long as 1 Million Ways to Die in the West is in theaters, I would recommend it to anyone to go see, unless you're not a fan of mindless hilarity.

Also, for those of you who have Netflix, A Fish Called Wanda is a hard one to go wrong with. Also Nacho Libre, but everyone I talk to hates that movie, so I won't recommend it unless you really liked Napoleon Dynamite.

For those of you who like horrible movies, 1313: Hercules Unbound and 1313: Night of the Widow are two that will blow your mind with their stupidity.

die hard, forrest gump, django unchained, the hangover, kill bill, skyfall, animal house, x-men: the last stand, ted, the avengers, terminator, high school musical, iron man, the expendables, caddyshack, billy madison, inglourious basterds, we're the millers, american hustle, 1 million ways to die in the west.


the avengers, terminator, high school musical, iron man, the expendables,


terminator, high school musical, iron man,


high school musical


What.
Riptizoid101
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Terry, you haven't lived until you sang along to the best film of our generation.

â«WE'RE SOARING, FLYING, THERE'S NOT A STAR IN HEAVEN THAT WE CAN'T REACHâ«

...Anyways, some of my favorite movies are Forrest Gump, Fight Club, Catch me if you can, Inception, 12 years a slave, among others.

Jacen96
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â«ARI NO, MAMA NO, SUGATA MISERU NO YOâ«


FTFY Kappa.

LotR is always worth watching, just be sure you got that extended edition.

~~~Darth Caedus
jeff2241
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â«WE'RE SOARING, FLYING, THERE'S NOT A STAR IN HEAVEN THAT WE CAN'T REACHâ«


now here's someone who understands. you and i are going to have to have a karaoke night soon.
Jacen96
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now here's someone who understands. you and i are going to have to have a karaoke night soon.


Can I join you?

~~~Darth Caedus
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Shawshank Redemption makes all of your suggestions moot. A close second is Lebanon (the good one).

SportShark
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You should watch all of my top 5 favorite movies that I've listed on my profile.

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Atonement.

Good movie. You have to watch it to *understand* it. Will leave you with many feels.

tangentHyperplane
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Blind Flight, for the feels. Metropolis, for the beauty.

Jefferysinspiration
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Leon, Inception, The life before her eyes, Shawshank Redemption, No country for old men, Girl Interrupted are a few of mine.

Charlie506
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Les Miserabeles. however u spell that.

It put tears to my eyes, like twice.

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