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- 3 January 2012
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Is it new or am I late to the party? Has anyone else used it, and if so what did you think of it? It seems like it could be amazing, but having just joined I may just be getting my hopes up. 7 years 9 months ago
Fight Club - I don't know what to say that hasn't been said about this film. Just a great movie, The Pixies song is a fantastic end.
Stand By Me - This film is just so nostalgic and beautiful and innocent. It's both happy and sad and just generally perfect.
Donnie Darko - Just think this is a great teenage sci - fi film, interesting, funny and with just enough teenage angst. Also a nice soundtrack.
Trainspotting - Gritty, funny and ultimately pretty positive, great book and fantastic film.
I feel like my very poor articulation hasn't done justice to how i feel about these movies so i'm sorry about that. Adventureland, The Breakfast Club, Brokeback Mountain and Watchmen very nearly made this list too. 8 years ago
(500) Days of Summer – The one I watch when I'm heartbroken or generally very upset. It gets the tears out of me and then leaves me cheered up.
Amelie – Heartwarming and very positive. Brings my optmism back. And the soundtrack is simply beautiful!
Into the Wild – It's so influencing and inspiring... I don't know what's not to love about it.
Fight Club – Brilliant, shocking and greatly done by the director and the actors.
The ones which were close to making it to the top: The Dark Knight, The Silence of the Lambs, Inception, The Truman Show, Life is Beautiful. 8 years 5 months ago