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Thu, Jul. 3rd, 2003 01:24 am
films i'd like to see

even if you have already seen 28 days later, go fucking watch this trailer for it. it's NOT the one you've seen a bazillion times. it's done in a comic book style with some of the nicest drawings i've seen in some time. seriously, go fucking watch it now.

and now for lists of movie star crushes and movies i want to see starring them...

cillian murphy 28 days later</a>:
disco pigs
on the edge

jon cryer:
getting personal
glam

andrew mccarthy:
straight from the heart
law & order: absentia
on the edge
standard time (AKA: anything but love)
new waterford girl
i woke up early the day i died
quiet days in clichy

[if you look at the listing on allmovieguide for andrew mccarthy, the ones not listed above i have seen, and for the most part, own. the television shows i don't own/haven't seen. possibly one day tho.]

adam goldberg:
i love your work (not released yet)
the hebrew hammer
scotch & milk

audrey tatou:
he loves me, he loves me not
L'Auberge Espagnole (AKA: euro pudding)
dirty pretty things

jonathan rhys meyers
vanity fair (not released yet)
prozac nation
the loss of sexual innocence
orson welles' the magnificent ambersons
the maker

jake gyllenhaal & jared leto:
highway (i'm pretty sure miss nancy told me this was horrible, but...must. see. jakey.

vincent gallo:
trouble every day
get well soon

random films not starring a crush:
i wanna hold your hand
hollywood high (this just seems fascinating)

has anyone seen any of the above? some of them are pretty obscure. i've looked for in a few independent video stores to no avail. i'm going to keep adding to this list and crossing out the ones that i see as i get to them. mm. hopeful!

Current Mood: curious
Current Music: polygon window - if it really is me

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burningblack
burningblack
Thu, Jul. 3rd, 2003 01:32 am (UTC)

i have trouble every day on video.

i don't think you should watch it.


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caraleigh
cara beeg
Thu, Jul. 3rd, 2003 04:37 am (UTC)

i thought trouble every day was a bad movie. tries to be heavy and shocking and was just boring


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burningblack
burningblack
Thu, Jul. 3rd, 2003 06:59 am (UTC)

yes, it was boring. i tried liking it since i like the director claire denis, but it was just an awful movie.


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kissingcounts
kissingcounts
tell me how long until the last one
Thu, Jul. 3rd, 2003 05:39 am (UTC)

ahhh i love andrew mccarthy too and last week i watched Pretty In Pink with my cousin and she was all "ewww i dont get it!" haha

im like ahhhhh *drool* mccarthy and spader in the same film=wooooooooooooooooo :)

cece


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voile
Pamela
Thu, Jul. 3rd, 2003 06:40 am (UTC)

I've seen New Waterford Girl a zillion times and it's hilarious. Although maybe part of the appeal is the fact that I grew up in Nova Scotia and have visited New Waterfod before? I for sure think it's worth seeing.

xo


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kmpls
kmpls
goo'd-hair/serious-face
Thu, Jul. 3rd, 2003 07:22 am (UTC)

Yeah, L'Auberge Espagnole is out now and totally good. Audrey plays a minor part though.


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firedrill
mich
Thu, Jul. 3rd, 2003 01:28 pm (UTC)

vincent gallo is so dreamy. have you seen him in l.a. without a map? the movie might be iffy but his character is really great. get well soon is worth seeing even if courtney cox is in it. bleh.

highway actually isnt that bad i didnt think. & jake is wonderful in it. how can you not want to hump his leg when his characters name is "pilot" mm.

new waterford girl is nice.


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popscene
popscene
Kevin Crumbs
Thu, Jul. 3rd, 2003 01:38 pm (UTC)

Brooks & I saw He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not, which was okay. The first half was horrible, but the second half is interesting. It's not anything deep, just a nice way to be entertained for about ninety minutes or so.


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