If you were me, what DVDs would you want for Christmas?

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  1. Jonathan DA

    Jonathan DA Screenwriter

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    Not that you are me, or even know me, but I told my family that the only things I want for Christmas this year are DVDs. I've been a huge audio fanatic for years, but only recently (past year or so) gotten into film.
    I primarily enjoy movies that give the grey matter a workout. Recent favorites include Donnie Darko, Amelie, American Beauty, Mulholland Drive, Dark City, Groundhog Day, et al.
    Of course I also enjoy a good dose of Quality Trash too.
    So, if you were me (and I'm sure you're glad you aren't) what movies would you ask for?
    [edit] I could use some uplifting movies suggestions as well, like Amelie. Many of the items on my list don't exactly leave you with that warm fuzzy happy holidays feeling. Thanks!
     
  2. Jeremy Stockwell

    Jeremy Stockwell Supporting Actor

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    Seven
    Memento
    The Red Violin
    Contact

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  3. Robin Warren

    Robin Warren Second Unit

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    Close Encounters of the Third Kind
    Brotherhood of the Wolf
    The Thing (Carpenter's)
    Requiem for a Dream
    Rio Bravo (great movie, not a bad dvd; light extra's)
     
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    Vickie_M Producer

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    Brazil
    City of Lost Children
    12 Monkeys
    Out of Sight
     
  5. Rob Cooper

    Rob Cooper Stunt Coordinator

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    I liked Ghost World. I saw it in a film festival along with Donnie Darko and Mulholland Drive and really liked all of them.

    Forrest Gump is a pretty uplifting movie and a pretty good DVD.
     

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