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💜💙💚💛Cinderella from Disney's Cinderella (1950). She worked hard, had dreams and goals and despite her hardship she always maintained her kindness, class and composure. If only people could act that dignified. 

 

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Five Easy Pieces--I can well remember being in the movie theater and the response Jack Nicholson got in that restaurant about the waitress and the chicken. Jack Nicholson had a real rapport with the audience.

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The Great Escape.

Bartlett: "I'm going to cause such a terrible stink in this... Third Reich of theirs, that thousands of troops that could well be employed at the front will be tied up here looking after us."

Ramsey: "How?"

Bartlett: "By putting more men out of this... "perfect" camp of theirs than have ever escaped before. Oh, not blitzing out two or three or a dozen, but two hundred, three hundred. Scatter them all over Germany."

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"The Calling" by Harriet Schock over the end credits of HYSTERICAL (1983). 

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I like the movie Leviathan. The effects are...meh. But the ending makes no sense. The stars are rescued and no one was suppose to be looking for them. And the creature Peter Weller kills at the end looks very bad. Just close ups and growling noises.

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When Time Ran Out

 (William Holden)-- I saw it the first weekend it opened in the movie theater. It was his penultimate movie.

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A movie starring your favorite actor/actress that you wish you hadn't seen because they were not up to the work anymore

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