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My mother is French and my father is Dutch. I have spent all my life in France but now I have been living in Holland for quite a while.

I'm married with 3 children (two of them, Nick and Zoé, are also Listal users) and I spent all my time off watching movies....

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5. Weird, weirder and weirdest documentaries (183 votes)

6. Worst movie posters ever (180 votes)

7. Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2012) (163 votes)

8. The evolution of Leonardo Di Caprio (147 votes)

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9. Failed movie franchises (119 votes)





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Roger Ebert didn't like all the Classics (40 items)
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A good movie

Posted : 5 hours, 22 minutes ago on 30 July 2014 09:55 (A review of 1492: Conquest of Paradise)

Honestly, it has been a while since I have seen this flick and I will probably re-watch it at some point to make up my mind for good. Anyway, I remember it very well, before it was released, there was a huge buzz about this movie and the expectations were really high. Indeed, in 1992, it was the 500th anniversary of the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus so, obviously, the studios wanted to cash in on this massive event by releasing a big prestigious epic directed by Ridley Scott, one of the best directors around at the time and still today. Eventually, it didn’t get much love and many thought it was a disappointment. Ok, it wasn't a masterpiece but I did like it (and compared to the abysmal ‘Christopher Columbus: The Discovery’, well, it was definitely not bad at all after all). Indeed, as usual with Ridley Scott, the directing was really solid, the music by Vangelis was truly epic and I thought that Gérard Depardieu was an unexpected but great casting choice. To conclude, in my opnion, this movie doesn’t deserve such a bad rep, I believe it deserves a second chance and it is definitely worth a look, especially if you like the genre.

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An average movie

Posted : 5 hours, 34 minutes ago on 30 July 2014 09:43 (A review of Cougars Inc.)

Honestly, I wasn’t expecting much from this flick but since I have a weak spot for Denise Richards, I thought I might as well give it a try. To start with, even though Denise Richards is displayed in front of the rest of the cast on all the promotional material, she had a rather minor part but it is something usual with this kind of direct-to-dvd flicks. Then, obviously, the plot was really prespoterous. Indeed, the main character gets to a bar and, somehow, ends up in bed with a gorgeous MILF. Honestly, do they really believe we are going to buy this?!? But then, he gets worse, we are supposed that most of her girlfriends would pay a huge amount of money to have some casual sex with some high-school boys. I mean, seriously?!? It seems that the whole thing was written by some frustrated oversexed teenagers. Concerning the directing, they tried to make it edgy but, once again, it was hardly convincing. Finally, the whole structure was just so pedestrian, from the very lousy introduction, you could actually stop the movie and know already how the whole thing would turn out. To conclude, I think I’m being really generous with my rating here, it is a very weak feature and I don’t think it is worth a look.

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An average movie

Posted : 12 hours, 28 minutes ago on 30 July 2014 02:49 (A review of Point of No Return)

Personally, I have always been a huge fan of ‘Nikita’ which is by far the best movie directed by Luc Besson. Indeed, in my opinion, it is the only movie for which he managed to mix his impressive directing style with a really compelling story (indeed, I think it is much more superior to ‘Léon’ which must be one of the most overrated movies ever made). A few years later after this movie was released, instead of releasing the damned thing with some subtitles, they decided to make a US version and obviously, the end-result was quite underwhelming. The first thing I was missing was that the mood was not hardly dark enough. Indeed, the original version provided some really claustrophobic atmosphere whereas this US version was just way too slick. Finally, there was the casting of Bridget Fonda. Fonda was definitely on the A list at the time but she has pretty much been retired for already 10 years which is too bad. Well, I alwas had a weak spot for Bridget Fonda and she was an interesting choice with her girl-next-door look but she missed some edge, especially compared to Anne Parillaud from the original French version. It is also interesting to note that this French movie has also inspired 2 different TV shows: ‘La Femme Nikita’ made in Canada and the current ‘Nikita’ from the US. To conclude, it is not really awful but it is still a really weak version and I don’t think it is really worth a look.

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A good movie

Posted : 1 day, 11 hours ago on 29 July 2014 03:33 (A review of Mary Reilly)

Honestly, I have never had anything against Julia Roberts, she is usually quite charming but she is rather limited as an actress and the fact that she always plays basically the same character doesn’t really help. Still, there are some very few exceptions and this movie is definitely one of them (in fact, I don’t think she ever took so many risks before or after in her career). At least, you have to give her some credit for playing a rather plain looking maid and, for once, you really got the idea that she was actually acting. Unfortunately, as usual when an actor leaves his/her comfort zone, she was not rewarded by the box-office and the whole thing was considered a flop, financially and critically. Honestly, I thought this reception was a little bit harsh. Sure, it wasn’t anything really amazing but, in my opinion, it was still a decent and rather entertaining thriller. I also enjoyed the approach of focusing on a smaller character witnessing those terrible events, instead of going for the main character which is more traditional. To conclude, I think it is actually pretty good and I think it is worth a look, especially if you want to see Julia Roberts doing something completely different for once.

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An average movie

Posted : 2 days, 8 hours ago on 28 July 2014 06:31 (A review of The Purple Rose of Cairo)

For about 20 years already, I have been following closely Woody Allen’s career (I think I have seen about 30 of his movies by now) but even though I used to be a hardcore fan, I have nowadays some rather mixed feelings about his work. The point is that even though he is considered a Art-house king, he is in fact actually a real factory. Indeed, every single year, he comes up with a new movie, like a metronome, and with such productivity, as a result, most of those movies have become disposable (and I’m being nice). Anyway, when I watched this flick, I was still a huge Allen fan and since it is considered a classic, I had some rather high expectations. Unfortunately, I didn’t really connect with it. I mean, it was definitely a decent effort and you could see that Woody Allen really put a lot of effort with this one but, somehow, I had a hard time to care about the whole thing. Still, I will probably re-watch it whenever I get the opportunity to finally make up my mind for good about the whole thing. To conclude, even though it didn’t really blow me away, it is still definitely worth a look, especially if you are interested in Woody Allen’s work.

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A good movie

Posted : 2 days, 14 hours ago on 28 July 2014 01:13 (A review of Othello)

Since I’m a huge fan of Orson Welles, I was definitely eager to check this flick. To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this flick but there were definitely a lot of things to enjoy here. First of all, once again, it was quite a struggle for Orson Welles to manage to get this film done as it was shot over three years and production was stopped twice, mainly because Wells ran out of money. Seriously, it is something that I never really understood. How come such a great director like Welles had such a hard time to get some money to make his movies? Eventually, you have apparently various versions of this movie wanderring around and I’m not sure which one I saw but it was still a solid Shakespeare adaptation. I mean, to be honest, it is still rather weird to have Orson Welles to play the main character but, at the time, it was still a tradition that a white man played this character. To conclude, even though it is probably not one of Orson Welles most prestigious works, it still remains a pretty good flick and it is definitely worth a look, especially if you like the genre.

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An average movie

Posted : 3 days, 5 hours ago on 27 July 2014 09:28 (A review of The Legend of Hercules )

Honestly, I wasn’t really interested by this flick but, Nick, my step-son, really wanted to see it so I bought the DVD for his birthday. Well, I think he thought it was decent but I didn’t like it much. I mean, I always had a weak spot for Renny Harlin’s work, he has made a couple of fun B features but it has been a while since he made something really entertaining. This time, he tried to make maybe his most ambitious movie so far but the whole thing was just an underwhelming copycat. Basically, visually, it was in the same style of ‘300’, which seems to have become the reference in this genre and, storywise, it was almost the same plot as in ‘Gladiator’. I mean, come on! Did they really think we wouldn’t notice?!? To throw Hercules in the mix, one of the most generic hero you can think of, was certainly not enough. Finally, Kellan Lutz might have the good body shape but his acting was rather poor and he definitely didn’t have enough charisma to carry this movie. To conclude, I think my rating might be actually quite generous here, it is a really weak movie and I don’t think it is really worth a look.

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A good movie

Posted : 4 days, 5 hours ago on 26 July 2014 09:37 (A review of Oslo, August 31st)

Honestly, I wasn’t sure what to expect from this flick but Roger Ebert really loved it, he even picked it up as one of the best movies released in 2012, so I was really eager to check it out. Basically, it is a very dark Norwegian feature which gives some really interesting and harsh insights about what must happen with drug addicts when they manage to get clean. Indeed, one of the ‘positive’ aspect of being a junkie is that the drugs give you a purpose, a meaning to your life, maybe it is all rotten but still. But what happens when it’s gone? Even though the drug addicts have become more or less healthy, there is a huge vaccum in their life and, for the main character, it seems impossible to fill this vaccum. Getting in contact with friends and relatives, seeing how they managed to live a ‘normal’ life, doesn’t help either because this way of life seems difficult to understand or even rather pointless when you have turned your back on it for 5 years or even longer. In my opinion, all this stuff was missing from ‘Trainspotting’ and that’s the reason why I always had some mixed feelings about this classic. Here, all these ideas were very well developed by the director and helped by an amazing performance given by the main actor. Unfortunately, from the moment he got to the party, I thought it was not really compelling anymore. I mean, from the moment he gets there and starts to drink, you know the guy is lost and, then, the only thing you have left is waiting for the predictable ending to show up. Still, to conclude, even though it didn’t completely convince me, it remains a very strong drama and it is definitely worth a look, especially if you are interested by the subject.

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An average movie

Posted : 5 days, 5 hours ago on 25 July 2014 10:08 (A review of The Raid: Redemption)

Right from the moment this movie was released, it became a massive cult classic and it was directly hailed as the best action movie from at least the last 10 years. Something similar happened a while back with ‘Ong-back’ , a movie I really enjoyed, so I became really eager to check this flick. On the other hand, Roger Ebert was really dismissive with his review so I was then a little bit skeptical but I still wanted to see if it was any good. The first nice surprise was that it didn’t start with an endless and boring introduction and, within the first 10 minutes, the mayhem started and never really stopped but that was, in fact, its downfall. Even though all the action scenes were perfectly shot and choreographed, there was no room to invest yourself in the (pedestrian) plot and the (underdeveloped) characters. Eventually, it became pretty monotonous after a while but, I have to admit it, the whole thing was very well made and, from a technical point of view, it was indeed quite impressive but I can’t say I really enjoyed it. To conclude, I don’t think it is really a masterpiece but it still definitely worth a look, especially if you like the genre.

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A good movie

Posted : 5 days, 16 hours ago on 25 July 2014 10:46 (A review of The Soft Skin)

Honestly, beforehand, I had never heard of this movie but since I have a weak spot for François Truffaut, I still wanted to check it out. Apparently, it is one of his more obscure movies which he made after ‘Jules et Jim’ and, maybe that’s why it didn’t get much love when it was released. Indeed, ‘Jules et Jim’ was one of his most popular flicks so the expectations were pretty high but, instead he came with this rather dark drama. So, it is not one of his most popular movies but I thought it is was still pretty good. To be honest, it wasn’t a really original love story (except for the ending which came a little bit from nowhere) but thanks to Truffaut’s effective directing style, it was still a very nice watch. On top of that, it starred the always delightful Françoise Dorléac, the older sister of Catherine Deneuve who tragically died at only 25 years old. This actress had some tremendous potential and I wondered what she could have achieved if she had lived a bit longer. To conclude, even though it is not a masterpiece whatsoever, I still think it is worth a look, especially if you are interested in Truffaut’s work.

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A good movie

“Honestly, it has been a while since I have seen this flick and I will probably re-watch it at some point to make up my mind for good. Anyway, I remember it very well, before it was released, there was a huge buzz about this movie and the expectations were really high. Indeed, in 1992, it was the 500” read more

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johanlefourbe posted a review of Cougars Inc.

An average movie

“Honestly, I wasn’t expecting much from this flick but since I have a weak spot for Denise Richards, I thought I might as well give it a try. To start with, even though Denise Richards is displayed in front of the rest of the cast on all the promotional material, she had a rather minor part but it” read more

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An average movie

“Personally, I have always been a huge fan of ‘Nikita’ which is by far the best movie directed by Luc Besson. Indeed, in my opinion, it is the only movie for which he managed to mix his impressive directing style with a really compelling story (indeed, I think it is much more superior to ‘Léon” read more

12 hours, 28 minutes ago
Top Gun
His Review : In the opening moments of "Top Gun," an ace Navy pilot flies upside down about 18 inches above a Russian-built MiG and snaps a Polaroid picture of the enemy pilot. Then he flips him the finger and peels off. It's a hot-dog stunt, but it makes the pilot (Tom Cruise) famous within the small circle of Navy personnel who are cleared to receive information about close encounters with enemy aircraft. And the pilot, whose code name is Maverick, is selected for the Navy's elite flying school, which is dedicated to the dying art of aerial dogfights. The best graduate from each class at the school is known as "Top Gun." And there, I think, you have the basic materials of this movie, except, of course, for three more obligatory ingredients in all movies about brave young pilots: (1) the girl, (2) the mystery of the heroic father and (3) the rivalry with another pilot. It turns out that Maverick's dad was a brilliant Navy jet pilot during the Vietnam era, until he and his plane disappeared in unexplained circumstances. And it also turns out that one of the instructors at the flying school is a pretty young brunet (Kelly McGillis) who wants to know a lot more about how Maverick snapped that other pilot's picture. "Top Gun" settles fairly quickly into alternating ground and air scenes, and the simplest way to sum up the movie is to declare the air scenes brilliant and the earthbound scenes grimly predictable. This is a movie that comes in two parts: It knows exactly what to do with special effects, but doesn't have a clue as to how two people in love might act and talk and think. Aerial scenes always present a special challenge in a movie. There's the danger that the audience will become spatially disoriented. We're used to seeing things within a frame that respects left and right, up and down, but the fighter pilot lives in a world of 360-degree turns. The remarkable achievement in "Top Gun" is that it presents seven or eight aerial encounters that are so well choreographed that we can actually follow them most of the time, and the movie gives us a good secondhand sense of what it might be like to be in a dogfight. The movie's first and last sequences involve encounters with enemy planes. Although the planes are MiGs, the movie provides no nationalities for their pilots. We're told the battles take place in the Indian Ocean, and that's it. All of the sequences in between take place at Top Gun school, where Maverick quickly gets locked into a personal duel with another brillant pilot, Iceman (Val Kilmer). In one sequence after another, the sound track trembles as the sleek planes pursue each other through the clouds, and, yeah, it's exciting. But the love story between Cruise and McGillis is a washout. It's pale and unconvincing compared with the chemistry between Cruise and Rebecca De Mornay in "Risky Business," and between McGillis and Harrison Ford in "Witness" - not to mention between Richard Gere and Debra Winger in "An Officer and a Gentleman," which obviously inspired "Top Gun." Cruise and McGillis spend a lot of time squinting uneasily at each other and exchanging words as if they were weapons, and when they finally get physical, they look like the stars of one of those sexy new perfume ads. There's no flesh and blood here, which is remarkable, given the almost palpable physical presence McGillis had in "Witness." In its other scenes on the ground, the movie seems content to recycle old cliches and conventions out of countless other war movies. Wouldn't you know, for example, that Maverick's commanding officer at the flying school is the only man who knows what happened to the kid's father in Vietnam? And are we surprised when Maverick's best friend dies in his arms? Is there any suspense as Maverick undergoes his obligatory crisis of conscience, wondering whether he can ever fly again? Movies like "Top Gun" are hard to review because the good parts are so good and the bad parts are so relentless. The dogfights are absolutely the best since Clint Eastwood's electrifying aerial scenes in "Firefox." But look out for the scenes where the people talk to one another. His Rating : suggested by filmbuilder
20 hours, 34 minutes ago
Rescue Dawn
 Rescue Dawn 8/10
1 day, 5 hours ago
Yeah, I was working on his review but I didn't have time to finish up... I will get back to it in a few minutes! :)
1 day, 5 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Mary Reilly

A good movie

“Honestly, I have never had anything against Julia Roberts, she is usually quite charming but she is rather limited as an actress and the fact that she always plays basically the same character doesn’t really help. Still, there are some very few exceptions and this movie is definitely one of them (” read more

1 day, 11 hours ago
johanlefourbe commented on a list
Roger Ebert didn't like all the Classics (40 movies items)

"@filmbuilder, Top Gun : yes, good choice, I will add it as soon as possible Honey,... : not really The Santa Clause : definitely not"


1 day, 11 hours ago

An average movie

“For about 20 years already, I have been following closely Woody Allen’s career (I think I have seen about 30 of his movies by now) but even though I used to be a hardcore fan, I have nowadays some rather mixed feelings about his work. The point is that even though he is considered a Art-house king” read more

2 days, 8 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Othello

A good movie

“Since I’m a huge fan of Orson Welles, I was definitely eager to check this flick. To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this flick but there were definitely a lot of things to enjoy here. First of all, once again, it was quite a struggle for Orson Welles to manage to get this film do” read more

2 days, 14 hours ago
2 days, 20 hours ago
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Movie Franchises I've Seen (105 movies items)
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Wallace & Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
A Close Shave
The Wrong Trousers
A Grand Day Out

2 days, 20 hours ago
johanlefourbe commented on a list
Movie Series I've Completed (458 movies items)

"Indeed, quite impressive! I still beat you though with 599 movies seen ;) http://www.listal.com/list/complete-movie-series-ive-seen-johanlefourbe"


3 days, 5 hours ago
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Movie Series I've Completed (458 movies items)
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The Legend of Hercules
Notes: Honestly, I wasn’t really interested by this flick but, Nick, my step-son, really wanted to see it so I bought the DVD for his birthday. Well, I think he thought it was decent but I didn’t like it much. I mean, I always had a weak spot for Renny Harlin’s work, he has made a couple of fun B features but it has been a while since he made something really entertaining. This time, he tried to make maybe his most ambitious movie so far but the whole thing was just an underwhelming copycat. Basically, visually, it was in the same style of ‘300’, which seems to have become the reference in this genre and, storywise, it was almost the same plot as in ‘Gladiator’.
3 days, 5 hours ago

An average movie

“Honestly, I wasn’t really interested by this flick but, Nick, my step-son, really wanted to see it so I bought the DVD for his birthday. Well, I think he thought it was decent but I didn’t like it much. I mean, I always had a weak spot for Renny Harlin’s work, he has made a couple of fun B fea” read more

3 days, 5 hours ago
The Legend of Hercules
I, Frankenstein

3 days, 5 hours ago
Army of Darkness is eigenlijk Evil Dead 3 dus, ja, die kan je better daarna kijken ;)
3 days, 6 hours ago
Goed vraag. De origineel versie is een classic dus a must-see denk ik. Ik vind wel dat de tijd niet vriendelijk is geweest met deze film. Inderdaad, het is soms langdraadig en het einde is gewooon bel
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johanlefourbe added Lucy to wanted list
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Lucy

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4 days, 5 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Oslo, August 31st

A good movie

“Honestly, I wasn’t sure what to expect from this flick but Roger Ebert really loved it, he even picked it up as one of the best movies released in 2012, so I was really eager to check it out. Basically, it is a very dark Norwegian feature which gives some really interesting and harsh insights abou” read more

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Oké. goed om te weten! ;)
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Posted: 17 hours, 52 minutes ago at Jul 30 9:25
I see your list 'Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2014)' is still missing a lot of votes. You should post a thread asking for people to vote.
Posted: 1 week, 2 days ago at Jul 21 18:23
I should be thanking you. It's been year after year, and you continue providing this great annual list. Keep it up (;
Posted: 3 months, 1 week ago at Apr 19 11:08
What happened to your 'Leon: The Professional' review?
Posted: 4 months, 3 weeks ago at Mar 8 21:29
How's your list 'Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2014)' going?
Posted: 5 months, 2 weeks ago at Feb 12 1:00
Big thanks for the comment and vote on my Hendrix discography list, it's appreciated.

Jimi Hendrix is the most over released artist ever. It is so easy to get lost in all the posthumous releases after his death, I've listened to most of them, and the ones released by the Hendrix estate are not bad records, but all the other ones seem to constantly pop up in used record stores all the time.

Band of Gypsies is still a pretty solid record. Even though I don't like Buddy Miles, Power of Love and Machine Gun are brilliant tracks. I still gave it a 3 and a half out of 5.

Anyways thanks again for that comment, I'm glad to see that some people get something out of these "Listens To" lists, they take a while to make.
Posted: 7 months, 1 week ago at Dec 25 23:44
For being a great friend and providing great content, I thank you and wish you a...
Posted: 10 months ago at Oct 2 21:06
Yay me! haha. Here's the question answers:

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Age: 23
Country: US
Gender: female
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Why Marloes Horst: I just though the photoshoot was pretty. I change my avatar pretty often, though.
Favorite list: I don't really have just one.
Display name explanation: It's my actual name. xD
Avatar image explanation: I tend to switch it up between all my favorite models. My avatars never really last more than a couple weeks or so.
How did she discover Listal: A friend showed me. I'm not sure if she actually has an account here or if she just passes through.

Thanks. (:
Posted: 10 months ago at Sep 28 0:06
Hi Mr Le Fourbe,

A while ago, you voted for my list of Good Movies you might have missed, and i thank you again for it. The list got bigger and messier so I decided to rearrange it in a more "user-friendly" way.

Now I really don't mean to spam, but, if you're still interested, here is a bunch of short lists (10 to 30 items), which focus on lesser-known movies (less than 300 Listal ratings) that I enjoyed and like to recommend (rated 7+). I grouped them by Genre, by Country/Region and by Theme. It's an ongoing work so i'll be adding more items in the future.

Anyway, sorry again for the spamming, and thanks for all your cool lists and reviews.
Posted: 10 months ago at Sep 27 12:36
Thanks for the vote =)
Posted: 11 months ago at Aug 29 6:10
Thank you for your votes! I will also add Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine to my top 2013 list. Amazing movie!
Posted: 1 year ago at Jul 18 10:37
Thanks for the list vote!
Posted: 1 year, 1 month ago at Jun 29 17:53
I find it amusing that you asked me to check out your list today, when I voted for it & commented on it yesterday. :P

Anyway, hope you have a good weekend!
Posted: 1 year, 3 months ago at Apr 12 15:45
hey sorry to bother but people were taking about my lists that i copied them , well i deleted both lists cuz i respect other peoples opinions and if people think its wrong then fine by me but honestly i thought we can take material from anywhere and put it here there if no rule that we cant do that but now they call it false anyways just wanted to know what are real rules
Posted: 1 year, 3 months ago at Apr 6 16:42
Thanks for adding my lists in yours. And about the Borgnine pics there, I'm working on it, I started it just a few days ago but I'll add more pictures as I find them.
Posted: 1 year, 3 months ago at Apr 4 19:51
Sad day today - Roger Ebert died - I immediately thought of you as I know he was a favorite of yours, I enjoyed all the lists you made involving his reviews - Ebert was the best and will be missed.
Posted: 1 year, 4 months ago at Mar 15 11:05
Thanks for the vote and the input! Yep- 90 unwatched DVDs is daunting and wonderful thing, isn't it? Not sure I could handle it, so I'm trying to take preventative measures now!

Have a great weekend!
Posted: 1 year, 4 months ago at Mar 12 7:27
Nice :)
Missing information:
Why Morgan Freeman: Because it's my favorite actor since I watched the movie "The Shawshank Redemption"
Favorite list: There are many great lists, it's hard to determine. All I put here: http://www.listal.com/list/villianas-favorite-lists
As for my favorite list, it set me most: http://www.listal.com/list/songs-that-create-my-life and http://www.listal.com/list/my-villiana
Display name explanation: I invented the name together with my friend a long time ago, when we played together in online games.
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Thanks Johan !
Posted: 1 year, 5 months ago at Feb 17 14:43
Your list, you vs the world, is so funny to read the comments! I laughed so hard!
Posted: 1 year, 5 months ago at Feb 6 21:21
I think you do a very good job with these lists, and the people that complain, really have no right to. Ya know? After all, the whole Christopher Nolan thing really has nothing to do with you. It's ridiculous.

Oh, yes. That silly little argument. It's no big deal, man. You can continue it if you feel :)
Posted: 1 year, 5 months ago at Feb 6 2:01
Very nice. However, you forgot to add my points for 'The Godfather'. It may make a difference :)