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(500) Days of Summer
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A Nightmare on Elm Street
#1 Horror
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The Nightmare Before Christmas
#1 Animated
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#1 Fantasy
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Ben Whishaw
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The Umbrellas of Cherbourg was a beautiful film experience a French romance film where every line of dialogue is sung, like an opera. This was one of the biggest influences on La La Land, and the art direction, the color schemes, and the acting is beautiful. The movie begins after our leads are already madly in love, but I wish we got to see them fall in love, but overall, the movie was still fantastic and beautiful and has a heartbreaking ending.
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goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 6 days ago

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg was a beautiful film experience a French romance film where every line of dialogue is sung, like an opera. This was one of the biggest influences on La La Land, and the art direction, the color schemes, and the acting is beautiful. The movie begins after our leads are already madly in love, but I wish we got to see them fall in love, but overall, the movie was still fantastic and beautiful and has a heartbreaking ending.
Moviefreak2010
Moviefreak2010 at 07:07 AM Jan 17

cool glad you enjoyed it

goNADSgo69 created a LIST: 11 days ago

2016 Favourite Characters (Movie AND Television)

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1. Eleven - Stranger Things
2. Harley Quinn - Suicide Squad
3. Hunter Killian - Pitchfork
4. Pitchfork - Pitchfork
5. Mia Dolan - La La Land
6. Wonder Woman - Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
7. Amber - Green Room
8. Judy Hopps - Zootopia
9. Nancy Wheeler - Stranger Things
10. Father Marcus - The Exorcist tv series
11. Milton Mason - Deviance
12. Rocky - Don’t Breathe
13. Conor - Sing Street
Moviefreak2010
Moviefreak2010 at 02:56 AM Jan 12

cool

grelber37
grelber37 at 04:43 AM Jan 12

Don't Breathe's Rocky has spunk! LOL. Bad, bad joke.

Wonder Woman and Judy Hopps send the positive messages that many of your listed characters send. Certainly, most any literature is meant to inspire.

timmyd
timmyd at 06:48 PM Jan 12

great list

goNADSgo69 created a LIST: 11 days ago

THIRTEEN FAVOURITE MOVIE SCENES - 2016

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1. The Ending Ballet - La La Land
2. Someone in the Crowd - La La Land
3. The Lights Go Out - Don't Breathe
4. Drive It Like You Stole It - Sing Street
5. Talia's Death - Blair Witch
6. Hunter grabs the axe - Pitchfork
7. Harley falls into the vat - Suicide Squad
8. Airport fight scene - Captain America: Civil War
9. Amber slashes nazi’s throat - Green Room
10. Baby Dory - Finding Dory
11. Ending Scene - The Witch
12. Rachel's chase scene - All Through the House
13. Harley kicks ass in the elevator - Suicide Squad
Moviefreak2010
Moviefreak2010 at 02:58 AM Jan 12

cool list yeah the ending scene to the witch was the only good part in that movie

goNADSgo69 created a LIST: 11 days ago

THIRTEEN BEST MOVIES - 2016

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1. Pitchfork
2. La La Land
3. The Barn
4. Don't Breathe
5. The Witch
6. The Conjuring 2
7. Green Room
8. Hush
9. Sing Street
10. Captain America: Civil War
11. Zootopia
12. All Through the House
13. Save Yourself
14. HONORABLE MENTIONS
15. The Eyes of My Mother, Finding Dory, Deadpool, Secret Santa, The Hallow, Suicide Squad, Harvest Lake
Moviefreak2010
Moviefreak2010 at 02:59 AM Jan 12

nice list

sLaShEr84
sLaShEr84 at 02:56 PM Jan 12

Good picks.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 13 days ago

An American in Paris is slightly overrated, but I really like the movie. What stops it from being great for me is two things: 1. The lead female isn't very interesting. She lacks depth and development (not helped by Leslie Caron's lackluster performance), and she doesn't even have a song, which bothers me, and 2. The romance seems forced to me. The songs we get are great and the dance numbers ARE the film!
dsloy
dsloy at 04:56 PM Jan 10

good review!

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 15 days ago

This is gonna be a spoilery post, but what did everyone think of the ending for LA LA LAND?
Moviefreak2010
Moviefreak2010 at 11:24 PM Jan 07

i need to see this movie

Horrorfan99
Horrorfan99 at 04:49 PM Jan 08

I can relate it to the Expectations/Reality scene in 500 Days of Summer. It features a dream scenario where Mia and Sebastian ended up together since the beginning. It is a flash of what could have been. I think we can all relate to flashing back to a decision where we can imagine it if we chose differently. For that, I think we can relate and it was a showcase to some of the more beautiful scenes in the movie.

TastetheW0ng
TastetheW0ng at 07:30 PM Jan 08

Loved it. My favorite flick of the year :-)

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goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 16 days ago

To continue with my musical kick, it's time to watch Summer Stock. They certainly don't make movie stars like Judy Garland anymore.
Moviefreak2010
Moviefreak2010 at 11:43 PM Jan 06

no they don't

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 19 days ago

The Ring isn't just one of my favourite remakes, it's also one of my favourite films period...but I am NOT excited for Rings. Everything about it screams utter shitty movie.
oscarxp25
oscarxp25 at 05:31 PM Jan 03

That movie has been delayed numerous times already. I will watch it down the road but not promising

Scotch
Scotch at 07:12 PM Jan 03

The Ring is fucking spectacular. And I agree about this sequel. Extremely low expectations for it.

timmyd
timmyd at 07:44 PM Jan 04

It does look rather blah . the constant change of release dates ain't helping much either.

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goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 24 days ago

Just watched West Side Story for the first time in years, and I forgot how beautiful the movie is and how spectacular Natalie Wood is! Granted I still think the love story is rushed, but this is a minor flaw in a masterpiece.
Glinda
Glinda at 02:37 PM Dec 31

Been years for me as well but I'm lately in a musical mood (between La La Land and Debbie Reynolds death).

I'm going to revisit this this week. Thanks for posting! Natalie Wood is amazing in this movie.

goNADSgo69 created a LIST: 24 days ago

MUSICALS!

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1. TOP THIRTEEN MOVIE MUSICALS
2. The Sound of Music
3. Singin' in the Rain
4. West Side Story
5. Gypsy
6. Beauty and the Beast
7. The Band Wagon
8. The Nightmare Before Christmas
9. Funny Girl
10. Kiss Me Kate
11. Fiddler on the Roof
12. La La Land
13. My Fair Lady
14. The Music Man
15. ...
16. HONORABLE MENTIONS
17. Mrs Santa Claus
18. The Wizard of Oz
19. Frozen
20. Cabaret
21. An American in Paris
22. The Little Match Girl
23. The King and I
24. Bye Bye Birdie
25. Moulin Rouge
26. Funny Face
27. Les Miserables
28. ...
29. OVERRATED MOVIE MUSICALS
30. The Rocky Horror Picture Show
31. Chicago
32. Grease
33. ...
34. DISHONORABLE MENTIONS
35. Across the Universe
36. Rent
37. Nine
38. ...
39. WORST MOVIE MUSICALS
40. Annie (2014)
41. Love's Labour's Lost
42. Rock of Ages
Derek237
Derek237 at 12:26 AM Dec 30

ok good don't ever watch it

goNADSgo69
goNADSgo69 at 12:33 AM Dec 30

I just looked it up. I'm not a Woody Allen fan, to be honest. La La Land aside, most modern movie musicals don't wow me.

Glinda
Glinda at 02:41 PM Dec 31

Awesome list!!

I'm one of the two people who loved Rock of Ages... (TC being the other I assume)

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goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 24 days ago

In my opinion, the best movie musicals came from the 40s, 50s, and 60s! Those three decades created a lot of my favourite musical films.
Derek237
Derek237 at 11:58 PM Dec 29

They definitely dropped off after the 60s. Same with westerns.

goNADSgo69
goNADSgo69 at 11:01 AM Jan 02

The 70s had some good ones (Fiddler on the Roof and Cabaret being two musicals I adore), but after the 60s musicals really started to drop in quality. I'm in the minority that found Grease overrated.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 27 days ago

Finally watched the trailer for Alien: Convenant and LOVED IT! The Alien franchise is one of my favourite series (and yes, I still think Prometheus is fantastic), and this film looks great! Katherine Waterston looks BADASS as all hell (with that haircut and tank top, she really reminds me of Ripley in Aliens), and I loved the shower sex and death scene. It screams 80s slasher film! Damn! Cannot wait!
Moviefreak2010
Moviefreak2010 at 07:41 AM Dec 27

cool

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 27 days ago

I never heard of the actress Ann Miller before, but she's popped up in two musicals I've watched from the 40s and 50s and I LOVE HER!!!
Fab-007
Fab-007 at 05:54 PM Dec 26

If you want a good primer on that era of musicals you should try to find That's Entertainment. It was a sort of compilation film that was put together.

Glinda
Glinda at 06:12 PM Dec 26

She's fabulous. So much fun to watch.

Have you seen Mulholland Drive? She's in that. Her last movie.

goNADSgo69 updated his STATUS: 30 days ago

I watched four musicals: The Music Man (9/10), Bye Bye Birdie (8/10), Kiss Me Kate (9/10), and The Band Wagon (10/10 - utter musical masterpiece).
Glinda
Glinda at 11:17 AM Dec 24

I've seen the first three and loved them but never seen The Band Wagon. I'll def check that out.

HTX0811
HTX0811 at 04:49 AM Dec 28

Never seen Bye Bye Birdie but I did like that one Ann-Margret scene where she's singing the title song to the camera mostly because it's a big thing on Mad Men.

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