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  • Smashed Pumpkin.

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    Okay, so I've seen quite a few of these 'request' topics but not one for movies, which I think is strange because it could be beneficial. So basically if there are any genre/plot requests here's the place to make 'em. :XD

    Much like the 'request a book' thread, it would be useful to include as much detail as possible on what kind of movie you're looking for. Specific actors/actresses, genres and time periods would be helpful information.
    August 1st, 2009 at 03:22pm
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    This is actually a really good idea.
    Imma be the first to request. :con:
    I'd like a realistic movie on anorexia/bulimia, or institutions? Preferably set in modern day. Thanks. :cute:
    August 2nd, 2009 at 11:56pm
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    This is actually a really good idea.
    Imma be the first to request. :con:
    I'd like a realistic movie on anorexia/bulimia, or institutions? Preferably set in modern day. Thanks. :cute:
    Ok, I know a few that are from the 90's, i don't know if that's a little too old fashioned for you :tehe: But here they are:

    Perfect body
    A secret between friends
    For the love of Nancy

    Some more recent ones are 'sharing the secret' from 2000, and 'Maybe' from 2003.

    These are all about eating disorders by the way :cute:
    August 3rd, 2009 at 01:46pm
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    Any awesome comedies? Maybe something along the lines of Shaun of the Dead or Hot Fuzz.
    August 3rd, 2009 at 03:08pm
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    Angel D. Schunard:
    Any awesome comedies? Maybe something along the lines of Shaun of the Dead or Hot Fuzz.
    Run fatboy Run was [I think] written by Simon Pegg who also wrote the Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the dead and I know it was pretty successful so perhaps it'll be worth checking out. :D
    August 3rd, 2009 at 05:55pm
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    Angel D. Schunard:
    Any awesome comedies? Maybe something along the lines of Shaun of the Dead or Hot Fuzz.
    Run fatboy Run was [I think] written by Simon Pegg who also wrote the Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the dead and I know it was pretty successful so perhaps it'll be worth checking out. :D
    I have that one. :tehe:
    It was more rom-com for me (when compared to the other two at least) but thanks for the suggestion.
    August 3rd, 2009 at 06:25pm
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    Angel D. Schunard:
    Any awesome comedies? Maybe something along the lines of Shaun of the Dead or Hot Fuzz.
    Run fatboy Run was [I think] written by Simon Pegg who also wrote the Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the dead and I know it was pretty successful so perhaps it'll be worth checking out. :D
    I have that one. :tehe:
    It was more rom-com for me (when compared to the other two at least) but thanks for the suggestion.
    How about big nothing? :tehe:
    August 6th, 2009 at 05:43pm
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    Hm, a decent horror film.
    I love scary movies, but I've never seen a really great one.
    Most scary movies now are so predictable and, well, not scary. ><
    August 6th, 2009 at 08:18pm
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    How about big nothing? :tehe:
    Thanks! I've never heard of that movie before. I'll see if I can find it. :arms:

    While I'm here, movies that'll make me cry? Not necessarily romances.
    August 7th, 2009 at 08:36am
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    Smashed Pumpkin:
    Thanks! I've never heard of that movie before. I'll see if I can find it. :arms:

    While I'm here, movies that'll make me cry? Not necessarily romances.
    A romance that'll make you cry is The Notebook and a comedy is Marley and Me.
    August 7th, 2009 at 07:06pm
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    Hm, a decent horror film.
    I love scary movies, but I've never seen a really great one.
    Most scary movies now are so predictable and, well, not scary. ><
    The Exorcist, The Shining, Rosemary's Baby, Silence of the Lambs.
    All of them known to scare the living daylights out of grown men. :cute:
    August 7th, 2009 at 08:24pm
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    Hm, a decent horror film.
    I love scary movies, but I've never seen a really great one.
    Most scary movies now are so predictable and, well, not scary. ><
    The Cave was good. :weird And Frontiers (it's like...Hostel meets Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but in French). Wicked Little Things was cool, too.

    :weird
    August 8th, 2009 at 02:46am
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    Hm, a decent horror film.
    I love scary movies, but I've never seen a really great one.
    Most scary movies now are so predictable and, well, not scary. ><
    The Shining and The Ring are really good.
    You should watch The Orphanage too. It's a Spanish movie, so you'll have to read subtitles if you don't speak Spanish, but this is a very good movie.
    August 8th, 2009 at 08:26am
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    How about big nothing? :tehe:
    Thanks! I've never heard of that movie before. I'll see if I can find it. :arms:

    While I'm here, movies that'll make me cry? Not necessarily romances.
    You should try American History X, I watched it a couple of days ago it's so good; it's not romance or comedy it's just a pure story based movie. Also, try brokeback mountain,
    fox and the hound,
    Titanic [obviously],
    Boy A,
    saving private Ryan,
    king kong,
    Edward scissor hands
    The lion king :shifty,
    the Pianist.

    if you want anymore let me know, i have so many that made me cry :tehe: but keep in mind i cry in every single movie. :lmfao.
    August 8th, 2009 at 05:49pm
  • Poirot's Moustache

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    rumbleroar:
    A romance that'll make you cry is The Notebook and a comedy is Marley and Me.
    f u c k-s h i t:
    You should try American History X, I watched it a couple of days ago it's so good; it's not romance or comedy it's just a pure story based movie. Also, try brokeback mountain,
    fox and the hound,
    Titanic [obviously],
    Boy A,
    saving private Ryan,
    king kong,
    Edward scissor hands
    The lion king :shifty,
    the Pianist.

    if you want anymore let me know, i have so many that made me cry :tehe: but keep in mind i cry in every single movie. :lmfao.
    (I almost cried in Star Wars. :tehe:)

    Thanks both of you. :arms: I've seen some of those, but I'm probably going to rewatch them as well as watch the others I haven't seen (and I want to watch The Lion King 2 now - poor Kovu).

    By the way, is The Pianist the movie where someone has an affair with their piano teacher?
    And if you have any more, that'd be awesome. :XD
    August 8th, 2009 at 06:06pm
  • Smashed Pumpkin.

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    Smashed Pumpkin:
    rumbleroar:
    A romance that'll make you cry is The Notebook and a comedy is Marley and Me.
    f u c k-s h i t:
    You should try American History X, I watched it a couple of days ago it's so good; it's not romance or comedy it's just a pure story based movie. Also, try brokeback mountain,
    fox and the hound,
    Titanic [obviously],
    Boy A,
    saving private Ryan,
    king kong,
    Edward scissor hands
    The lion king :shifty,
    the Pianist.

    if you want anymore let me know, i have so many that made me cry :tehe: but keep in mind i cry in every single movie. :lmfao.
    By the way, is The Pianist the movie where someone has an affair with their piano teacher?
    And if you have any more, that'd be awesome. :XD
    this is the pianist.


    Reqium for a dream
    my life without me :omgno:
    the butterfly effect
    forrest gump
    walking across egypt
    eternal sunshine of a spotless mind
    my sisters keeper :omgno:
    rainman
    I am sam
    big daddy
    a walk to remember
    Billy Elliot
    flight 93

    I can give you more if you need :tehe:
    August 8th, 2009 at 07:46pm
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    Well...
    Once Upon A Time In Mexico
    Edward Scissorhands
    Benny and Joon
    What's Eating Gilbert Grape?
    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
    The Dark Knight :shifty

    Those are just some good movies you can watch when bored.
    August 12th, 2009 at 12:11am
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    Hm, a decent horror film.
    I love scary movies, but I've never seen a really great one.
    Most scary movies now are so predictable and, well, not scary. ><
    The Exorcist, The Shining, Rosemary's Baby, Silence of the Lambs.
    All of them known to scare the living daylights out of grown men. :cute:
    I watched the first two and didn't even jump. I also watched The Blair Witch Project with the same reaction. I do, however, pee myself when I watch The Ring and Chucky. :shifty
    August 12th, 2009 at 12:15am
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    Katelyn.:
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    Hm, a decent horror film.
    I love scary movies, but I've never seen a really great one.
    Most scary movies now are so predictable and, well, not scary. ><
    The Exorcist, The Shining, Rosemary's Baby, Silence of the Lambs.
    All of them known to scare the living daylights out of grown men. :cute:
    I watched the first two and didn't even jump. I also watched The Blair Witch Project with the same reaction. I do, however, pee myself when I watch The Ring and Chucky. :shifty
    How about See No Evil, Halloween (The remake by Rob Zombie), One Last Call, and Pulse.

    One Last Call is the only one that didn't really scare me, but it made me think. The other three scared the crap out of me. And it takes a lot to scare me.
    August 12th, 2009 at 12:38am
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    this is the pianist.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itR0-I9idXk

    Reqium for a dream
    my life without me :omgno:
    the butterfly effect
    forrest gump
    walking across egypt
    eternal sunshine of a spotless mind
    my sisters keeper :omgno:
    rainman
    I am sam
    big daddy
    a walk to remember
    Billy Elliot
    flight 93

    I can give you more if you need :tehe:
    Thank you! :arms:
    I'll have to watch the youtube vid later though 'cause I'm at uni, but thanks for putting it there. :]
    August 13th, 2009 at 08:36am