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    FORT Fanatic ClaraBella's Avatar
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    Here's the deal

    My daughter and law and I are setting aside Sundays as family night. We were thinking about renting one movie ever Sunday until my son comes home. We have at least 6 weeks left for Bootcamp and another 4 at least for special training school. We need some good videos (recent releases) to rent and I was wondering if anyone would like to start a list for us. So if anyone has seen a recently released video or DVD that they want to recommend to keep us busy for the next 3 months, please add a title to the list. Thanks so much. ClaraBella and KathleenB12


    Edited to add: The Gray Zone

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    How old is your daughter, CB? What kind of movies do the two of you like?

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    My daughter in law is 21 so she is legal. She doesn't want any sappy love stories, she is depressed enough. Any good drama, comedy or action/adventure, mysteries are good too. Any suggestions?

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    A Knight's Tale. Can't go wrong with Heath.

    I also really like:
    The Wedding Singer (Adam Sandler, but not a stupid role) Legends of the Fall
    Shawshank Redemption
    Good Will Hunting
    Ocean's Eleven

    and another Heath fave..
    10 Things I Hate About You.. which isn't your average stupid high school kid movie.
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    It may just mean that you have a lot to learn about proper hammer maintenance.


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    Off of the top of my head I can think of two movies that are fairly recent and that I would highly reccomend. They are About a Boy and The Count of Monte Cristo
    "There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle."

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    I would say Bridgit Jones' Diary. Nice, funny chick flick!

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    I agree, The Count of Monte Cristo was a very good movie!

    I liked Bridget Jones Diary, also.

    Is My Big Fat Greek Wedding on video yet?

    Brokedown Palace was good also.

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    "Bridget Jones' Diary" is a good one. One that we borrowed from a friend and really liked is "Power of One".

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    Originally posted by Eden
    I would say Bridgit Jones' Diary. Nice, funny chick flick!
    Question: how many times are they allowed to use the F-word before it is no longer considered a chick flick? 'Cause I think this one got close to the limit.

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    and old one from the 80s, but a good comedy,"let it ride"

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