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1. Romy & Michele�s High School Reunion (1997, David Mirkin) 2. Bridget Jones�s Diary (2001, Sharon Maguire) 3. Dirty Dancing (1987, Emile Ardolino) 4. Return of the Jedi (1983, Richard Marquand) 5.Notting Hill (1999, Richard Michell) 6. Star Wars (1977, George Lucas) 7. Love Actually (2003, Richard Curtis) 8. Keeping the Faith (2000, Edward Norton) 9. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002, Peter Jackson) 10. The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King (2003, Peter Jackson)
Yes, I know its a bit of a strange list but I really thought about the films that entertain me most of all. I know there are a lot of 'better' films around!
Favourite Actors (alphabetically)
Hank Azaria Johnny Depp Colin Firth Malcolm Gets Sean Hayes Eric McCormack Ewan McGregor Edward Norton Matthew Perry Brad Pitt
Favourite Actresses(alphabetically again)
Jennifer Aniston Courteney Cox Ellen DeGeneres Jenna Elfman Helen Hunt Nicole Kidman Megan Mullally Cynthia Nixon Renee Zellweger
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When in Rome (2002)
Sweet but samey
As many others have pointed out, this movie fits the plot of every other Olsen twins movie since 'Passport to Paris'- go to a foreign country, kiss cute boys, and make a difference in someone's life. Having said this, I enjoyed the movie. It was a thoroughly entertaining 81 minutes and I would happily watch it again. I am ready to see Mary-Kate and Ashley move on to more mature projects now, where they can really meet their potential.
Caroline in the City (1995)
I started to watch this a little about 3 years ago when it played on a satellite station here. I was not expecting to like it because it has been slated by various critics across the US. However, I found myself enjoying it more and more as it went along. The characters were well portrayed and likeable and the writing was at least average.
Lea Thompson is gorgeous and her 'chirpiness' as Caroline was endearing, as was her attachment to Richard. He seems to have been something of a sore point in the show but I took to him straight away. He's fab because he's different and quirky. I think it's great that he didn't have to be an amazingly attractive, built guy, it gives more realism.
All in all, 'Caroline in the City' is fun and watchable, though not Emmy-worthy its certainly worth a look.
Dharma & Greg (1997)
"Dharma & Greg" is one of my favourite shows of recent years. It's cute and smart and I'm missing it already! I absolutely adore Jenna Elfman and I thought that the chemistry between herself and Thomas Gibson was absolutely infalliable. For the most part, the supporting cast were strong too, particularly the continuous bickering between Kitty and Edward (Susan Sullivan and Mitch Ryan) In the last series I missed my other favourite character, Jane (Shae D'Lyn), very much.
So Little Time (2001)
OK, I'm appalled at this show. I know TV isn't supposed to be real but this show didn't even give the pretence of trying to be real. I'm 16 years old so I remember being 14-15 really clearly and I never acted like the twins do in this, nor did my friends (or anyone in my school). There's so much more to life and when you're 14 you are totally aware of this. 'So Little Time' is an insult to teenage girls everywhere.
I think Mary-Kate and Ashley are great, and 'Two Of A Kind' was hilarious but I'm sorry to say that the high points of their career died when 'Two Of A Kind' did. Its a shame.
Heart-warming yet hilarious
Ellen Degeneres is one of my fave actresses and I admire her honesty and her ability to babble to an audience for over an hour without stopping! I live in England and you can only get this on video here, I watched it with 4 of my friends (all aged 16) and only me and one of my male friends enjoyed it. No-one else quite understood Ellen's quirks and rambling habits. Still, I give this one an 8 or 9. Nice work Ellen, keep it up. :)
The Parent Trap (1998)
This is one of my favourite films
This is one of my favourite films (even though i am nearly 16 years old) because it is really fun and it made me laugh. Especially the whole incident where they push Meredith onto the lake on a mattress. I think Lindsay Lohan is extremely talented and I'm sure she'll do well in the future.