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Romeo and Juliet
8 years ago via Flixster

Forty years ago, I fell in love with this movie at first viewing with my high school English cast. At 17, I developed my first crush. Leonard Whiting was the most beautiful male I had ever seen in my life, with that unmatchable face and form, plus the perfect voice. I still am in awe of him. I swear that, when he appeared that first time, that every girl in the audience, including me, sighed! All of the girls loved Romeo/Leonard, and all of the boys thought that Juliet/Olivia was THE girl! We ALL loved this film, and its influence and memories linger for many of us.

"Romeo & Juilet" is like a medieval tapestry that has come to life; everything is perfect: the actors, costumes, sets and surroundings, music... It is exactly right.

I saw this in three theaters for a grand total of 25 times~which was uncommon back then; and, I have seen it more than 100 times since. It makes me laugh and cry every time. I still collect everything about this film and have all three soundtracks produced, including the rare COMPLETE soundtrack!

PS: Zac E?! I think not! He does not come anywhere near Len's wondrous appearance!

PS 2: The "updated" version is awful, making this version truly notable.

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
9 years ago via Flixster

JOHNNY DEPP DESERVED THAT OSCAR! Give it back, Penn! It's an amazing cinematic experience and the final film I saw in a theater. I no longer can go to theaters. *sigh*

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
9 years ago via Flixster

I rewatched this recently, and it made me cry again! That John Williams score is a killer!

Mean Girls
Mean Girls (2004)
9 years ago via Flixster

clever, with good performances~What a shame about LL's problems.

Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo (2003)
9 years ago via Flixster

I HATE plastic-looking animation and being drowned in cliches!