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Favorite Movies to Watch Again and Again

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Rated 37 points - posted 9 years ago by pandora in category Movies.
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Airport [1970] w/ Dean Martin & Burt Lancaster Report Abuse
The movie that started the whole genre of "disaster" movies, none of which ever came close to this highly entertaining drama.
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Dean Martin was paid a phenomenol $7 million dollars for doing this film. Adjusted for inflation that's more than $50 million in today's dollars. His co-stars were paid a pittance in comparison. Dean Martin not only had a long and illustrious career, but he became incredibly wealthy.
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The Young Lions [1958] w/ Dean Martin, Marlon Brando, & Montgomery Clift Report Abuse
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The Blob [1958] Report Abuse
Steve McQueen's first and best movie.
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Mandingo [1975] Report Abuse
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Who are you to decide this movie is "not appropriate" for this list. Obviously, hundreds of voters disagree with you. Surely, you're not trying to suggest that only one person is responsible for all of these votes, are you? That's not possible, is it? Clearly, you have not seen the movie, so how do you know that it's objectionable. Oh, because you read that somewhere, right? Many great movies were controversial in their day, and many are now deemed "politically incorrect" by Leftists. I suppose that you would support censoring this film sight unseen, just as you would censor it in this list. This is the US of A, lady. Love it, or leave it! Since this is America, you have a right to your opinion, just as we have a right to reject it.
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ACCORDING TO IMDb, THIS FILM WAS ABOUT A SLAVE OWNER IN THE 1840S WHO TRAINS ONE OF HIS SLAVES TO BE A BARE-KNUCKLE FIGHTER. BECAUSE OF THE CONTROVERSY AND OBJECTIONABLE DEPICTIONS IN THIS FILM, IT HAS NEVER BEEN SCREENED TO AN AUDIENCE SINCE 1975 AND WAS NOT PUT OUT ON DVD. A CRITICAL AND PUBLIC DISASTER, IT MAY HAVE BEEN A FAVORITE MOVIE OF THIS TASTELESS GUEST [WHO HAS MADE QUESTIONABLE AND OBNOXIOUS ENTRIES ON MANY OTHER LISTS] BUT IT IS CERTAINLY NOT APPROPRIATE FOR THIS PARTICULAR LIST.
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I Was A Teenage Werewolf [1957] Report Abuse
Stars Michael Landon.
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Blacula [1972] Report Abuse
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Shaft [1971] Report Abuse
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Deep Throat [1972] Report Abuse
Worth watching every day.
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Star Wars [1977] Report Abuse
Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Alec Guinness. Directed by George Lucas. 6 Oscars including Visual Effects and Musisc [Original Score]. Nominations for Alec Guinness, Lucas and Best Picture.
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Jurassic Park [1993] Report Abuse
Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum. Directed by Stephen Spielberg. 3 Oscars including Visual Effects.
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Sorry Steven for the typo!
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2001 A Space Odyssey [1968] Report Abuse
Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood. Directed by Stanley Kubrick, written by Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke. Oscar for Visual Effects, 3 other nominations.
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One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest [1975] Report Abuse
Jack Nicholson, Louise Fletcher. 5 Oscars - Best Picture, Director, Actor, Actress, Adapted Screenplay.
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The Shining [1980] Report Abuse
Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall. Directed by Stanley Kubrick from the Stephen King novel.
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King Solomon's Mines [1950] Report Abuse
Stewart Granger, Deborah Kerr, Richard Carlson. 2 Oscars including Cinematography. Nominated for Best Picture.
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The Maltese Falcon [1941] Report Abuse
Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, Peter Lorre, Sydney Greenstreet. Directed by John Huston based on the novel by Dashiell Hammett. 3 Oscar nominations including Best Picture.
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The Long Hot Summer [1958] Report Abuse
Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Orson Welles. Cannes - Newman Best Actor. The TV Movie version [1985] with Don Johnson received 2 Emmy nominations.
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In my opinion, this movie is way too long, and it made me sweat.
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Raiders of the Lost Ark [1981] Report Abuse
Harrison Ford, Karen Allen. Directed by Steven Spielberg. 4 Oscars including Best Visual Effects. People's Choice Award for Best Picture.
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This is a movie I can watch over and over. It's real edge of the seat adventure.
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The Grapes of Wrath [1940] Report Abuse
Henry Fonda. 2 Oscars including Best Director [John Ford from the John Steinbeck novel]. Fonda nominated for Best Actor.
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A Streetcar Named Desire [1951] Report Abuse
Vivien Leigh, Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter, Karl Malden. Directed by Elia Kazan. 4 Oscars including Best Actress [Leigh], Best Supporting Actor [Malden], Best Supporting Actress [Hunter]. Brando nominated for Best Actor.
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Casablanca [1942] Report Abuse
Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman. 3 Oscars including Best Picture. 5 additional nominations including Bogart for Best Actor.
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Jaws [1975] Report Abuse
Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, Richard Dreyfuss. Directed by Steven Spielberg. 3 Oscars including Music Score. Nominated for Best Picture.
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The best Shark Movie ever.
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Rebel Without A Cause [1955] Report Abuse
James Dean, Natalie Wood, Sal Mineo. 3 Oscar nominations including Mineo as Best Supporting Actor, Wood as Best Supporting Actress.
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A heartbreaking classic dealing with misunderstood young people. Although I do enjoy this film, I personally prefer East of Eden.
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The Bodyguard [1992] Report Abuse
Kevin Costner, Whitney Houston. 2 Oscar nominations in music categories. MTV Movie Awards - Best Movie, Best Song "I Will Always Love You."
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Cat On a Hot Tin Roof [1958] Report Abuse
Paul Newman, Elizabeth Taylor. 7 Oscar nominations including Best Picture, Actor and Actress.
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East of Eden [1955] Report Abuse
James Dean, Julie Harris, Jo Van Fleet, Raymond Massey, Burl Ives. Oscar [Van Fleet] for Best Supporting Actress. 3 other nominations including Best Actor [Dean], Director [Elia Kazan] and Adapted Screenplay [from the book by John Steinbeck].
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This is one of my all-time favorite films! James Dean had such a gift for sensitivity and emotion without appearing soft.
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The Third Man [1949] Report Abuse
Orson Welles, Joseph Cotton, Alida Valli. Oscar for Black and White Cinematography. Grand Prix Film at Cannes. British Academy Award for Best Film.
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Hud [1963] Report Abuse
Paul Newman, Patricia Neal. 3 Oscars including Neal for Best Actress. 4 additional nominations including Newman for Best Actor.
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Play Misty For Me [1971] Report Abuse
Clint Eastwood [his directorial debut], Donna Mills, Jessica Walter. Golden Globe nomination for Walter as Best Actress.
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Mr. Hulot's Holiday [1953] Report Abuse
Jacques Tati wrote and directed in addition to being the star. Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay.
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Chinatown [1974] Report Abuse
Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway, John Huston. Oscar for Best Original Screenplay.
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Golden eye Report Abuse
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This exciting film stars Pierce Brosnan as James Bond.
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The Hot Spot [1990] Report Abuse
Don Johnson, Virginia Madsen, Jennifer Connelly. Directed by Dennis Hopper.
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Goldfinger [1964] Report Abuse
Sean Connery as James Bond, Honor Blackman. Oscar for Sound Editing. Great theme song.
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The Best Bond Movie. And the Best Bond Movie Song.
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Possibly the best Bond movie.
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Last Tango in Paris [1972] Report Abuse
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Guilty As Sin [1993] Report Abuse
Don Johnson, Rebecca De Mornay, Stephen Lang, Jack Warden. Directed by Sidney Lumet.
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Rebecca [1940] Report Abuse
Laawrence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, Judith Anderson. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Oscar for Best Picture. 9 other nominations including all three actors and the director.
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The Sting [1973] Report Abuse
Paul Newman, Robert Redford. 7 Oscars including Best Picture, Director, Music and Original Screenplay.
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Great movie but knowing the twist at the end kinda ruins it a second or third time.
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Funny Girl [1968] Report Abuse
Barbra Streisand, Omar Sharif. Directed by William Wyler. Oscar to Streisand for Best Actress. 8 other nominations including Best Picture.
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Dune [1984] Report Abuse
Kyle MacLachlan, Sting, Jose Ferrer, Virginia Madsen, Linda Hunt, Patrick Stewart. Directed by David Lynch from the Frank Herbert novel. Praised by sci-fi legend Harlan Ellison.
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Between this borathon and Commando for worst movie of all time.
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Possibly the worst sci-fi movie of all time. You need a "Dune Dictionary" to understand this garbage.
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Men in Black [1997] Report Abuse
Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith, Vincent D'Onofrio. Exciting special effects plus Oscar for Best Makeup and Oscar nominations for Original Score and Art Director.
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Fargo [1996] Report Abuse
Frances McDormand, William H. Macy. Oscars to McDormand [Best Actress] and for Original Screenplay. 5 Oscar nominations including Best Picture and Macy for Best Supporting Actor.
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Highly overrated.
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Top Gun Report Abuse
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Groundhog Day. Report Abuse
Watching Bill Murray's TV reporter character relive the same day over and over again until he becomes a better person is hilarious and you can also watch this movie over and over and never tire of it.
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The ideal move to watch over and over, just like the plot. My favorite comedy of all time.
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Midnight Cowboy [1969] Report Abuse
Dustin Hoffman, Jon Voight. 3 Oscars including Best Picture and Best Director [John Schlesinger]. "Everybody's Talkin'" won Grammys for the singer and musical director.
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The Hustler [1961] Report Abuse
Paul Newman, Jackie Gleason, Piper Laurie, George C. Scott. 9 Oscars including Best Picture and Newman for Best Actor. Also won for Art Direction/Set Decoration and Cinematography.
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The Rose [1979] Report Abuse
Bette Midler, Alan Bates. 4 Oscar nominations including Midler for Best Actress. Golden Globes for song "The Rose" and Midler for Best Actress.
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Rain Man [1988] Report Abuse
Dustin Hoffman, Tom Cruise. Oscars for Best Picture, Hoffman as Best Actor.
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Mad Max [Australia 1979, US 1980] Report Abuse
Mel Gibson. Spawned 2 sequels with Gibson - Mad Max 2 [1981] and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome [1985].
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The Horse's Mouth [1958] Report Abuse
Alex Guinness. Oscar nomination for Best Screenplay.
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Correction, that's Alec.
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Out of Africa [1985] Report Abuse
Meryl Streep, Robert Redford. 7 Oscars including Best Picture. Nomination to Streep for Best Actress.
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The Pink Panther [1963] Report Abuse
Peter Sellers, David Niven, Robert Wagner. Directed by Blake Edwards. First in a series of 11 films with the famous "Pink Panther" theme.
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Babe [1995] Report Abuse
Oscar for Computer Effects.
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Gone With the Wind (1939) Report Abuse
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I think this is one of the most overrated films ever. It has spectacular special effects for 1939, but the story is depressing and the heroine couldn't be more vain and selfish!
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The Big Lebowski Report Abuse
The Dude is an icon in the pop culture and it's a great movie.
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Overrated.
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Never On Sunday [1960] Report Abuse
Melina Mercouri, Jules Dassin. Oscar for song "Never On Sunday." 5 other nominations including Mercouri for Best Actress.
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Shawshank Redemption. Report Abuse
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Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman are excellent.Voted as the best movie on whichever site I have visited.When you feel depressed,watch this movie.It will sure make you feel good.
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The Graduate [1967] Report Abuse
Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft. Simon and Garfunkel soundtrack. Oscar to Mike Nichols for Best Director. 6 other nominations including Best Picture, Actress, Actor.
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Roadhouse Report Abuse
You know you never turn it off when you're channel surfing on Sunday afternoon!
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It's a Wonderful Life [1946] Report Abuse
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Never Get Tired of It!
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My all-time favorite! It's a Wonderful Life is a Christmas tradition for my family, but I could watch it year round!
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Broken Arrow [1950] Report Abuse
James Stewart, Jeff Chandler, Debra Paget. 3 Oscar nominations including Chandler for Best Supporting Actor.
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Paradise [1991] Report Abuse
Don Johnson, Melanie Griffith, Elijah Wood.
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Duel in the Sun [1946] Report Abuse
Jennifer Jones, Gregory Peck. 2 Oscar nominations including Jones for Best Actress.
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Round Midnight Report Abuse
Setting, Paris, 1950s. Legendary jazz great, Dexter Gordan's premier performance lands him an Oscar nomination for his depiction of fictional tenor by saxophonist, Dale Turner. This movie host an awsome list of jazz giants such as Herbie Hancock, Bobby Hutchenson, Ron Carterm Billy Higgins Wayne, Chet Baker, John McLaughlin, and many more. Absolutely the best jazz movie ever!
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The Three Faces of Eve [1957] Report Abuse
Joan Woodward, David Wayne, Lee J. Cobb. Oscar to Woodward for Best Actress.
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Spellbound [1945] Report Abuse
Gregory Peck, Ingrid Bergman. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Oscar for Music Score. Nominated for Best Picture and Director.
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Not As A Stranger [1955] Report Abuse
Olivia de Haviland, Robert Mitchum. Directorial debut of Stanley Kramer.
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Come Back Little Sheba [1952] Report Abuse
Burt Lancaster, Shirley Booth. Oscar to Booth for Best Actress.
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the simpsons movie Report Abuse
spider pig spider pig does whatever a spider pig does
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Ben Hur Report Abuse
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Monty Python and the Holy Grail Report Abuse
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So many people have this movie dialogue memorized!
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A Few Good Men. Report Abuse
A masterpiece. Seen the film a zillion times. The acting is the best ever. Not a wasted second in the film. Fanmtastic acting from everyone. And all the actors is perfect for their parts.
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The Devil Wears Prada Report Abuse
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Pride and Prejudice with Colin Firth Report Abuse
Oh, Mr. Darcy!
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Scarface with Al Pacino Report Abuse
My favorite film and probably the best movie ever made. Seen it a million times and its soo good that even after almost 3 hours you still think it was too short. Not a dead moment in the film and the dialogs are the best ever.
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The Firm Report Abuse
Fantastic good film. seen it a zillion times.
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Clue (1985) Report Abuse
A hilarious murderous romp starring Tim Curry, what's not to love?
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Oh Brother Where Art Thou? Report Abuse
Not only has agreat cast but you find something new every time you watch it.Soundtrack is wonderful Has some of the greatest lines of any movies ever made,not only humorous but, full of hidden wisdom.
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40yrs old virgin Report Abuse
that movie triggered a new mentality in hollywood,
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