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Okay, maybe not the 10 best films, just 10 of my personal favorites. :-)
Tomorrow NaNoWriMo begins and free time will be a fond memory. I propose we take a break tonight. Feed the trick-or-treating monsters then go to a Halloween party or settle in for your own film festival.
Gary Oldman gives, as always, a great, eminently memorable, performance.
Roger Ebert did not like this movie, but it stands out for me as one of the most entertaining two hours I ever spent. (Well, more than two, since I've re-watched it many times over the years.)
It was great!
Of course I never told my parents, they would have been appauld.
I'm not saying it was the best story or the best movie, but it as a special place in my heart because it was my first horror.
Okay, one more movie then I'll stop:
The Princess Bride as a text in his freshman composition and literature class the year he taught at Notre Dame (Orson Scott Card, Characters & Viewpoint). Not to mention that it's the funniest, freshest most heart warming, vengeful, (Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die), movies. Period.
Okay, that's it. Go out and celebrate your freedom for tomorrow we write!
Happy Halloween!! :-)
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