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March 01, 2009

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this is a fun one--thanks.

once you see those other movies you mentioned, id be interested to see what gets bumped/moved around from your top ten. The Killing Fields is really amazing. And what about Anchorman? And remember Courteney Cox in Scream?

I haven't seen Anchorman! Big gap on my part--I have a feeling I'll love it.

I DO actually remember Courteney Cox in Scream, as that crazed caricature of a local TV news reporter whose enthralled with the bloodbath. I thought it was kind of hilarious.

The Year of Living Dangerously (1982)

Salvador (1986)

Those two are hereby added to the Netflix queue ... thanks, Greg!

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