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Movies I Wish I Owned

This is a list of movies I don't own, but that I have seen and loved. If you haven't seen them, make sure you do in the near future, you won't regret it unless you are boring and have no sense of humour.

dogmaThis movie is a comedy, but it's got some darker stuff in it, some blood. It's a little tough to understand some stuff unless you're really paying attention, but it's so worth it. It's basically about two angels who were banished from Heaven, and they find a loophole in Catholic dogma that would let them go back, but would destroy existence in the process, because it would prove God fallible. Starring Linda Fiorentino (Men In Black), Ben Affleck (Changing Lanes), Matt Damon (Good Will Hunting), Chris Rock (Down to Earth), Alan Rickman (Harry Potter), Jason Mewes and director Kevin Smith as Jay and Silent Bob (Clerks, Chasing Amy, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back) as well as cameos by George Carlin and Alanis Morissette.dogma
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Donnie Darko is a movie that will inspire hours of discussion and many repeated viewings. The imagery in this movie is eerily beautiful, but deceptively simple. It doesn't really fit into any one genre, There are elements of Science-Fiction, Comedy and Drama, among others, but it is uncategorizable. Starring Jake Gyllenhall (October Sky) as Donnie, a borderline-schizophrenic teen who hallucinates, among other things, that he has a friend named Frank who is a giant, scary rabbit. Time travel is explained in Donnie in such a way that it is very easy to believe it. And the most important quote from this movie? "Every creature on earth dies alone." This movie is fulfilling and thought-provoking. If you don't like it, I will be shocked. In fact, if you don't like it, email me at and tell me why!
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