No kidding... what's that about? Same thing happened to me until I added in the apostrophe.
For those that are wondering, the forum software changes "W.i.m.W.e.n.d.e.r.s" into WebmasterWorld!
Never heard of any of them... but coming from someone who loved Wings Of Desire (My favorite of all time) I'd be interested in hearing more.
Called "Leon" yes? I've not been able to find this one locally yet. Can you share how it differs from the regular release?
I don't know how I forgot that one. Tim Robbins absolutely rocks. Just recently watched "The Cradle Will Rock" which he stars in, wrote, and directed. Awesome... especially for those that appreciate or have worked in the theater biz.
Funny, I just watched this one again for the first time in 12 years. I rembered loving it, but egads... the 80's rock and roll soundtrack by the Alan Parsons Project? <shiver>
Okay, I've got to ask... where and how did you wind up taking a private Tango lesson with this guy?
Which reminds me of another... Tango (foreign film) good movie, stunning choreography. Yum.
Just watched this again as well. How can you possibly go wrong with a Tarantino film starring Christian Slater, Brad Pitt, Gary Oldman, Samuel Jackson, Dennis Hopper, and Christopher Walken. Talk about a great cast!
Alright, few more that reading this list reminded me of...
Traffic (incredibly well directed and scored)
Legend - Director's Cut (Tim Curry is the man)
The Last Supper
Being There (Puts Forest Gump to shame)
Best in Show
A Fish Called Wanda
Three Seasons (sundance winner from Vietnam with Harvey Keitel)
Blade Runner - Director's Cut. Ridley Scott just blows my mind. Has anyone seen White Squall? It's the only Scott film I haven't seen yet.
Everything by Terry Gilliam (Amelie), Kevin Smith (Clerks), and Tim Burton (Beetlejuice).
Thanks all for your contributions, I've definitely added to my list of things to see.
In particualar I'm always interested in hearing the answer to the following questions...
What are your favorite films that most people have never seen?
What's are the most inspirational movies you've ever watched?
What intelligent or scathingly witty films made you laugh out loud?
<edit> Mis-spelled Smith ;) </edit>
[edited by: Dante_Maure at 3:49 am (utc) on Nov. 4, 2002]