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50 Greatest Movie Moments

I found the 50 Greatest Movie Moments from TV Guide today and it was so wonderful to find movies on here that I hadn't seen in a while. Some of them, like Singin' in the Rain, bring tears to my eyes just thinking about them. I think the D-Day scene from Saving Private Ryan was an excellent choice for number one. I had no idea what D-Day was really like and watching it with Steven and him explaining to me why it had to be that beach and how, despite the grim loss of life, it was an amazing victory for the Allies really brought home what WWII must have been like. Great list.

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Not a single metion of any of the 1-frame flashes of Tyler Durden/Brad Pitt in Fight Club.

Yet another useless list. :)

.: file13 said on March 6, 2002 04:21 PM :: link it :.

Those were so cool. The first time I saw the movie I kept looking over at Steven to see if he had noticed anything. :) Strangely enough, this is one of the very rare cases where I liked the movie better than the book. Hell, I didn't really like the book at all.

.: Kymberlie R. McGuire said on March 8, 2002 12:42 PM :: link it :.

You're too early! Come back at March 6, 2002 04:06 PM to see this post.

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