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  1. I have unfortunately watched very few movies of the 30's and 40's. Just a few of them which I remember are: The Wizard of Oz (1939) - Dorothy Gale's tale of being swept away to a magical land. Gone with the Wind (1939) - The classic. Loved the book as well as the movie. Bringing up Baby (1938) - The 'baby' in the story is ironically the pet leopard. The Blue Angel (1930) - About an elderly professor's life which whirls out of control.
  2. Just finished watching Mad Max: Fury Road. What a portrayal of an apocalyptic world, where every drop of water is controlled by a tyrant!
  3. 'The Macarena'.. oh yes!! One-hit wonder it definitely is... and thank you!
  4. It has to be this conversation from last year's Penguins of Madagascar movie... Just hilarious! Private, having just hatched from an egg, wonders if the three penguins in front of him are his family. While the penguins confer for a moment to come up with something good to say, Kowalski gets all awkward and says something dumb in the moment. Private: "Are you my family?" Kowalski: "You don't have a family and we're all gonna die." Private: "What?" Skipper: "What's the matter with you Kowalski?"
  5. Talking about one-hit wonders, the first song that comes to mind is the very popular 'Who Let The Dogs Out?' by Baha Men.
  6. 7.) The New York Times named Dark Victory as one of the '10 Best Films of 1939', as did Film Daily, and the National Board of Review picked both Bette Davis and Geraldine Fitzgerald for Best Acting that year.
  7. Ouch, that hurt! Even I thought the Colts would win big time but then a game is a game and you never know whose day it ultimately turns out to be. By the way, talking about sports, do you know of any good baseball/football games for kids that can be played online? My son is a big NFL fan and has been playing this Heroes & Rivals game which he discovered recently.. So I was wondering if there were any such similar games or apps which I could introduce him to... Thanks anyways!
  8. 1. Ben Kingsley - Schindler's List, Iron Man 3 and most of all, Gandhi 2. Brad Pitt - Mr. & Mrs. Smith, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Legends of the Fall and Troy 3. Tom Hanks - Cast Away, Saving Private Ryan, Catch Me if You Can
  9. 'I Love Lucy' and 'The Andy Griffith Show' are my favorites.
  10. There are loads of scenes from movies which have made me shed loads of tears. One is that scene from 'A Walk to Remember' where Mandy Moore tells Shane West that she has leukemia and doesn't have much longer to live since she hasn't been responding t the treatment. There's another movie based on a novel - P.S. I Love You - which makes me super emotional every time I watch it. Each time Hilary Swank gets down to reading one of her late husband's letters, it is so touching... And recently, I watched the 3D animation movie How to Train Your Dragon 2 - now who would ever have imagined that a kids'
  11. Ricky Martin's 'Livin La Vida Loca' followed closely by Shakira's 'Waka Waka' (I seem to have a thing for football songs). And alos Westlife and Backstreet Boys.
  12. Ricky Martin's 'Livin La Vida Loca' tops the list. Followed closely by Shakira's 'Waka Wak'a (I seem to have a thing for football songs). And also Backstreet Boys and Westlife are pretty good.
  13. Just got over with F.R.I.E.N.D.S. (for the umpteenth time) and now watching re-runs of How I Met Your Mother.
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