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Which films which everyone else loves and finds deeply moving, made you wish you were with people who wanted to go to the pub while you watched them?

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Caligula Sat 27-May-06 21:52:59

Mine are:

Out of Africa
The Piano
The English Patient

Can't decide whether Out of Africa or The Piano were more hideously dull. And the English Patient was just bloody irritating - it was such a relief when he died.

JonesTheSteam Sat 27-May-06 21:54:14

Remember going to see 'Ghost' in the cinema and someone sitting behind me sobbed so loudly.

And I just sat there wondering what all the fuss was about!!!!

WideWebWitch Sat 27-May-06 21:54:17

Love, actually
The Piano, agree, load of boring old twaddle
American Beauty, terrible imo

southeastastra Sat 27-May-06 22:30:38

i don't understand the question

sallystrawberry Sat 27-May-06 22:34:19

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moondog Sat 27-May-06 22:35:33

Forrst Gump
What the fuck was that all about then??

Gingerbear Sat 27-May-06 22:36:04

ET - schmaltzy trash, to coin an Americanism

Gingerbear Sat 27-May-06 22:36:52

Born on the 4th of July.
Tom Cruise in a wheelchair


'nuff said

moondog Sat 27-May-06 22:37:24

lol Ginge!

moondog Sat 27-May-06 22:38:03

That one with Mel Gibson when he paints his face blue and fights a lot.
Zzzzzzz

Pruni Sat 27-May-06 22:39:30

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Gingerbear Sat 27-May-06 22:40:14

Or the one with Liam Neesom in a kilt and Jessica Lange with a baad Scotish accent.

Gingerbear Sat 27-May-06 22:43:11

Oh, oh thought of another one -Dead Poet's Society

Dead Parrot Society would have been better

JonesTheSteam Sat 27-May-06 22:43:58

Forrest Gump - hated it. Can't see what the hell all the fuss is about.

Tom Hanks with a dreadful southern accent!!!

<<<shudder>>>

I loved Gladiator!!!!!

moondog Sat 27-May-06 22:44:54

Anything with Robin bloody Williams trying to be deep.
What was that guff with the janitor being a maths genius or somesuch crap??d

sallystrawberry Sat 27-May-06 22:45:22

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JanH Sat 27-May-06 22:46:19

Truly Madly Deeply - just embarrassing.

Also Shirley Valentine - the scene where she was was apparently walking through Mayfair with her Sainsburys bags on her way home finished it for me and it got worse after that.

JonesTheSteam Sat 27-May-06 22:46:34

Good Will Hunting, moondog.

Actually quite liked that.

Find Robin Williams very schmaltzy though on the whole!!

sallystrawberry Sat 27-May-06 22:47:03

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JanH Sat 27-May-06 22:47:11

GB, I loved ET - ahem, how old were you when it first came out?

Gingerbear Sat 27-May-06 22:47:12

A Beautiful Mind?
The Gladiator Bloke trying to be deep.

moondog Sat 27-May-06 22:47:14

Oh Jan,TMD is wonderful.
Am dismayed at your sneery tone

JanH Sat 27-May-06 22:47:44

Agree on Robin Williams - Mrs Doubtfire another cringeworthy one.

JanH Sat 27-May-06 22:48:18

Sorry, moondog

Gingerbear Sat 27-May-06 22:48:49

Janh - erm...can't recall - a rebellious teen perhaps??

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