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Old 31st July 2005, 01:22 PM   #1
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Two starters:

The Obvious choice: Pulp Fiction

The Cult choice: Love Serenade
The movie: a ****** DJ moves to a small Australian country town and entangles with two na´ve sisters, cynical but hilarious.
Soundtrack: the best 70s disco mini-collection ever, plus eg Desiderata, Me & Mrs Jones, etc.
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Old 31st July 2005, 01:46 PM   #2
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Woodstock

O Brother Where Art Thou?

2001

Any film by the Beatles
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> Any film by the Beatles
I nearly suggested a Hard Days Night . .

And - stunning female singing: Baghdad Cafe
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Old 31st July 2005, 01:59 PM   #4
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City of Angels
St. Elmo's Fire
Heavy Metal
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I liked O Brother too
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Mainstream:

Anything by Tarentino
Lock, Stock, and two Smoking Barrels

Cult:

I can't remember the name, but it was a Japanese "Rubber Suit" monster movie involving giant maneating birds and a jet powered turtle. It had an absolutely bangin' 80s techno soundtrack that you could have just taken to a club and played as it was...
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Lock, Stock, and two Smoking Barrels
Like the OST from Guy Ritchies┤ second? film "snatch" as well.

Fight Club (chemical brothers)

Almost famous (Elton John, Free, Led Zeppelin...)
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How the West Was Won
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Mainstream:

Anything by Tarentino
Lock, Stock, and two Smoking Barrels

Cult:

I can't remember the name, but it was a Japanese "Rubber Suit" monster movie involving giant maneating birds and a jet powered turtle. It had an absolutely bangin' 80s techno soundtrack that you could have just taken to a club and played as it was...

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As Time Goes By - Bryan Ferry(Casablanca)

Tracks of my tears - Smokey Robinson(Platoon)

That Thing You Do (all the tracks are superb)
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