A Room With A View

A Room With A View

I absolutely love this movie. Yes, it is a chick flick, but some men might find it entertaining. I wish it would be shown on TV more often. I haven't seen it for a few years now. Maybe someone will get the movie for me on DVD. Hint! ;-) The scenery is amazing in this film --many scenes with flowers growing in fields. The story is enchanting and if you need a good movie to cheer you up -- this would be it. Many good stars in this movie too.

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  • In nothing but typical theme from Woody Allen, he somehow continues to keep his stories fresh, alive and exciting. This 2006 film is the coliding culmination of passion and mad love.

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  • A fascinating documentary about the rise and fall of the Brit Pop music moment of the 90s. It may have barely made a blip in North America (I still cannot believe that Oasis is only known as "That Wonderwall band", but the genre m... A fascinating documentary about the rise and fall of the Brit Pop music moment of the 90s. It may have barely made a blip in North America (I still cannot believe that Oasis is only known as "That Wonderwall band", but the genre made a lasting impact in the UK with much of the modern music being made there owes a huge debt to the bands of BritPop. Live Forever takes it's name from the Oasis song and certainly asks and answers the question "Where were you while we were getting high?" With compelling interviews from some of the major players such as Blur's Damon Albarn, Pulp's Jarvis Cocker and Oasis's brothers Gallagher who come across as bitter, depressed and as cocksure as ever, in that order. Live Forever sheds a light on the things in the background of the media-propelled musical genre of Brit Pop. Certainly fascinating and not just to those like me, who were and are fans.

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  • Winner of nine Academy Awards and almost every critic's heart, The English Patient (based on Michael Ondaatje's prizewinning novel of love and loss during World War II) is one of the most acclaimed films of modern times. Hana, a n... Winner of nine Academy Awards and almost every critic's heart, The English Patient (based on Michael Ondaatje's prizewinning novel of love and loss during World War II) is one of the most acclaimed films of modern times. Hana, a nurse (Juliette Binoche), tends to an archaeologist (Ralph Fiennes) who has been burnt to a crisp in a plane crash. As their relationship intensifies, he flashes back to his overwhelming passion for a married woman (Kristin Scott Thomas). Meanwhile, Hana begins a new romance with a man who defuses bombs (Naveen Andrews) and Willem Dafoe almost steals the show as the thumbless thief Caravaggio. The intricately layered flashback narrative, sounding the depths of the lovers' hearts, improves with repeated viewings

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  • Henry Higgins makes a bet he can transform a brazen street urchin, Eliza Doolittle, into a lady.

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  • A must-see for fans of the zombie movie genre. A must-see for fans of British comedy. A must-see for fans of horror movies. A must-see for fans of funny movies! Sharply funny, satirical and loving, cool and an introduction to ... A must-see for fans of the zombie movie genre. A must-see for fans of British comedy. A must-see for fans of horror movies. A must-see for fans of funny movies! Sharply funny, satirical and loving, cool and an introduction to one of the most exciting film-making teams since the Boyle/Hodges/Macdonald team behind Trainspotting. Simon Pegg is Shaun, a going-nowhere loser who's biggest dilemna is winning back his longtime girlfriend, Liz (Kate Ashfield) until he wakes up one morning to a London overrun with zombies. Together with his slacker buddy Ed (Nick Frost) he sets out to rescue Liz, his mum (Penelope Wilton) and their hangers-on (Liz's flatmates and his mum's husband (the always excellent Bill Nighy) and wait out the invasion in their favourite pub, The Winchester. Oh, and you'll learn everything you need to know about killing zombies!

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  • A by-the-books, overachieving London cop is "promoted" to the seemingly sleepy English countryside by colleagues who feel threatened by his work ethic. Starring the wonderful pair of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost as the rural cop he i... A by-the-books, overachieving London cop is "promoted" to the seemingly sleepy English countryside by colleagues who feel threatened by his work ethic. Starring the wonderful pair of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost as the rural cop he is partnered with, Hot Fuzz is a wickedly funny, bang-on satire/homage of the buddy-flick (ie. Lethal Weapon, Bad Boys). If you've seen Pegg, Frost and director, Edgar Wright's previous film, Shaun of the Dead, you'll love Hot Fuzz. It's hilarious, extremely clever and the type of film you'll want to watch over and over again just to catch everything.

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  • There are really two boys in this movie: the chronological one (Nicholas Hoult) and the emotional one (Hugh Grant). As odd as any couple could possibly be, the two manage to help each other find themselves and forge a genuine fri... There are really two boys in this movie: the chronological one (Nicholas Hoult) and the emotional one (Hugh Grant). As odd as any couple could possibly be, the two manage to help each other find themselves and forge a genuine friendship in the process.

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  • Having grown up not too far from Sleepy Hollow, I was more than familiar with the legend when I first watched this film. But director Tim Burton takes it another step creepier, making it all the more engrossing and intriguing. A... Having grown up not too far from Sleepy Hollow, I was more than familiar with the legend when I first watched this film. But director Tim Burton takes it another step creepier, making it all the more engrossing and intriguing. And, of course, Johnny Depp is the perfect Ichabod Crane, entranced by Christina Ricci's otherwordly countenance.

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  • Such a great movie. R.i.p Ian curtis.

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  • A devout and pious Catholic police sergeant travels to a remote Scottish island when he receives word that a young girl has gone missing. What he finds shocks and subtly intrigues while threatening his religious beliefs - a deeply... A devout and pious Catholic police sergeant travels to a remote Scottish island when he receives word that a young girl has gone missing. What he finds shocks and subtly intrigues while threatening his religious beliefs - a deeply pagan and close-knit society who worship nature over established religion. With strange customs and overt sensuality on full display at each turn, Edward Woodward's Sergeant Howie rallies forth to do his duty and solve the central mystery of the missing child. Entangling with the town's charmingly sinister leader Lord Summerisle (a wonderful Christopher Lee), the beguiling landlord's daughter and nymph Willow (Britt Eckland) and a host of other vaguely sinister characters, Howie delves deeper and deeper into the mysteries of the island, until the Wicker Man's stunning conclusion. It's an utterly unforgettable and original film, sadly underrated at the time of its release and it's brilliance was barely touched by the abysmal, woefully misguided 2006 remake of the same name.

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  • I'm fascinated by soccer hooligan culture (see my recommendation for The Real Football Factory). This is one of the best fictional films made on the subject. Set in London and centred around an American (Elijah Wood) who gets ... I'm fascinated by soccer hooligan culture (see my recommendation for The Real Football Factory). This is one of the best fictional films made on the subject. Set in London and centred around an American (Elijah Wood) who gets drawn into the world of the Green Street Elite - West Ham United's firm, by his sister's charismatic brother-in-law (Charlie Hunnan). The hooligan culture is fascinating with its levels of loyalty, comraderie, identity and passion and this film does a good job of capturing more than the media ever did at the height of the hooligan culture in the UK during the 80s and 90s.

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  • A bittterly sweet and sweetly bitter story of two struggling actors at the end of the most iconic decade of the last century. It's hands-down one of the funniest movies I've ever seen and at the same time breaks my heart with each... A bittterly sweet and sweetly bitter story of two struggling actors at the end of the most iconic decade of the last century. It's hands-down one of the funniest movies I've ever seen and at the same time breaks my heart with each and every viewing. The story behind the film is nearly as fascinating as the film itself and I'm thrilled to bits that Criterion has given it the attention it so rightly deserves.

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  • "To the death." "No, to the pain."

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