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The London Movie Meetup Group Message Board › Introduce yourself! (Plus your top 3 films!)

Introduce yourself! (Plus your top 3 films!)

A former member
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sweet and lowdown
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user 9100817
London, GB
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Hi Guys,

I just randomly put meetup in the search engine of Google and i got this site, lol. Its good tho, loads of groups to join etc. I just found out you are watching Watchmen tomorrow and it was going to be at the Imax! I was thinking of going there on the 21st but i've been so busy lately! I would have liked to have gone tomorrow as it seemed so perfect!

Anyway, i love films, all types.

Top 3, no particular order and at the top of my head...

Little Otik,
Tokyo Godfathers.

I have loads more so it's kind of hard writing just three!
A former member
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Hi Everyone,

I had a great evening going to Cherry Blossoms at the ICA, met some really interesting people and hope to get to know more of you as time goes on. Here's my list of favourite films:

Recent Films:

The Good German
Michael Clayton

(hope I'm not fixated on Clooney) - (btw. last year I thought all of There Will Be Blood, No Country For Old Men and The Assisination of Jesse James - were only average at best - consequently, I lost all faith in Mark Kermode who raved about all of them)

Older Movies:
Blade Runner (1982).
The Third Man(1949).
The Maltese Falcon(1941).
Wilber W.
London, GB
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The Outlaw Josie Wales
What is Kindness?
My Dinner with Andre

Garden State
Before Sunrise
Taxi Driver

Would I be too much of a lammo if I said Star Wars?? : )

I have it imprinted into my brain, so have not seen it in years. Went to the cinema 15 times when it first came out on original release; no way to watch movies at home at that time!

Wilber W.
London, GB
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Oh, Yeah; A Little Romance
A former member
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1. Gladiator, the soundtrack was really awesome
2. Matrix, the first one, the sfx was mindbogglingly new
3. Austin Powers 2, Laughter from beginning to end
user 9633369
Watford, GB
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Hi all,

I just happened upon this site/ group.

I'm looking forward to meeting some of you (if a little nervous)!

I'm 23 & from Rickmansworth (top of the Met line).

I couldn't possibly name a top 3 movies (changes all the time).

I love movies, music & (proper) TV shows.

London, GB
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Hello fellow film lovers, my name's Justina. I'm new to this group and having considered this a while I think that whittling down my list to just three films is much too difficult thus here are a few of my favourites (in no particular order):

Sweet Smell of Success ( Dir: Alexander Mackendrick, 1957)
La Grande Bouffe (Dir: Ferreri 1973)
Salò (Dir: Pasolini, 1975)
His Girl Friday (Dir: Howard Hawks, 1940)
Leolo (Dir: Jean-Claude Lauzon 1992)
Tales of Ordinary Madness (Dir: Ferreri, 1981)
The Mirror (Dir: Tarkovsky, 1975)
Out of the Past (Dir: Jacques Tourneur, 1947)
Drugstore Cowboy (Dir: Van Sant, 1989)
A former member
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Hi Gabriel,

It is difficult to list just three of my favourite films as due to my advanced age (53) I have enjoyed many over the years!

The ones that immediately spring to mind, both old and recent, are as follows:

1. Casablanca
2. Marnie (Dir. Alfred Hitchcock)
3. The Fly (original)
4. Now Voyager
5. Lust, Caution
6. Manhattan

Really interested in seeing some good films with the group!

Best wishes

user 9364469
London, GB
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My favourite films are quite cheesy:

The Lost Boys
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Role Models
Little Miss Sunshine

I like a varity of films but these are the only ones I watch again and again...
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