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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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1. The evolution of... (266 votes)

2. Listal's Hall of Fame (231 votes)

2. Around the world with Listal's members (220 votes)

4. Most Valuable Listal Players, sorted by country (215 votes)

5. Worst movie posters ever (166 votes)

6. Weird, weirder and weirdest documentaries (165 votes)

7. Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2012) (158 votes)

8. The evolution of Leonardo Di Caprio (148 votes)

9. Failed movie franchises (117 votes)

10. Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2013) (115 votes)



... and if you feel like chilling out and want to listen to some (good) music, don't forget to check these lists ! :

- The History of Jamaican Music

- Best of Woodstock '69 music festival

- My favorite 60's-70's music artists

- My favorite Hip-Hop artists

- My favorite Electronic music artists

- My favorite Iron Maiden songs


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The evolution of Glenn Close (37 items)
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A good movie

Posted : 3 hours, 15 minutes ago on 18 April 2014 05:42 (A review of Swing)

To be honest, I had seriously no idea what to expect from this flick but since Tony Gatlif’s work is usually really interesting, I thought I should give it a try. As a matter of fact, Tony Gatlif is rather unknown here in Listal but his movies are actually pretty good. Usually, they deal with gypsies and other outcasts and there is definitely something mesmerizing about those movies. This time, he actually made a family feature still dealing with gypsies but with some kids as main characters. So, it was rather lighter than his usual work but I can’t say I was really impressed by the plot himself. Indeed, in my opinion, the whole thing was just too pedestrian and, honestly, not really interesting. On the other hand, the music which has always been central in most of the movies directed by Gatlif, was once again really awesome and could almost be described as a character on its own. The kids also gave some decent performances and the whole thing was a pretty nice watch. To conclude, in spite of its flaws, it was a refreshing family feature and I think it is definitely worth a look, especially if you like the genre.

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An average movie

Posted : 3 hours, 19 minutes ago on 18 April 2014 05:38 (A review of Pushing Tin)

Honestly, I wasn’t sure what to expect from this flick but since there was a pretty cool cast, I was quite eager to check this movie. Indeed, a movie involving John Cusack, Billy Bob Thornton, Cate Blanchett and Angelina Jolie would be quite an event nowadays but, back then, it was actually hardly noticed. Eventually, it is a rather odd movie dealing with air traffic controllers which gave you the feeling it was rather schizophrenic and didn’t know what it was actually really about. The point is that all the details about the air traffic controllers were actually quite convincing and pretty neat but all the romantic intrigues involving the actors I mentioned before where rather underwhelming. I mean, it was fun to see the movie during which Billy Bob Thornton and Angelina Jolie fell in love (they would marry each other soon after for 3 years) but not much more than that, I’m afraid. Unsurprisingly, this movie was a flopped when it was released but I can’t say I was surprised but I think it is a shame because the whole thing really had some potential. To conclude, even though the whole thing was a rather odd mix, I still think it is worth a look though.

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An average movie

Posted : 3 hours, 21 minutes ago on 18 April 2014 05:35 (A review of Broken Arrow)

At some point, John Woo was considered the best director from Hong-Kong and it was a big deal when he finally decided to make the move to Hollywood. His first US feature, ‘Hard Target’, was actually pretty decent and definitely one of the very few movies starring Jean-Claude Van Damme which were actually watchable. This movie was his American follow-up and the scope was definitely bigger this time with a plot dealing with some stolen nuclear warheads. At the time, there was a pretty good buzz about this flick, everybody still had some high expectations about Woo’s US career, and even though it didn’t grow old very well, it was still a rather entertaining action flick. Back then, John Travolta just made his come-back with ‘Pulp Fiction’ a couple of years before and the guy was definitely a hot item. I think it was a great move from him to portray a villain, something really different than in his previous work in ‘Get Shorty’ and ‘Pulp Fiction’ and he was definitely one of the best things about this flick. Indeed, I always had a weak spot for Travolta and he always delivers when playing the bad guy. Back in those days, Christian Slater was still very much in demand (God, it was almost 20 years ago… I feel so old suddenly…) and he did his best but he was pretty much outperformed by Travolta. A part from this, the story was pretty much ludicrous but the action scenes were pretty solid and entertaining. To conclude, even though it is nothing really amazing, it remains a decent action flick and I think it is worth a look, especially if you are interested in John Woo’s work.

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A good movie

Posted : 1 day, 5 hours ago on 17 April 2014 03:28 (A review of In the Bedroom)

About 10 years ago, almost out of nowhere, Todd Field, an actor with a rather unremarkable career, released this directing debut and it reached some impressive critical acclaim, especially at the Sundance Film Festival. With this in mind, I was really eager to check this flick. Eventually, I thought it was indeed a really solid drama but there were some aspects that did bother me. Still, the actors involved (Tom Wilkinson, Sissy Spacek, Nick Stahl, Marisa Tomei) were all really good and delivered some very strong performances. Furthermore, those characters were all very much 3 dimensional and very intriguing. However, I had some issues with the major twists involved in this plot. Indeed, not once, but twice during this movie, you had a dramatic event which completely changed the situation. The first one, Nick Stahl is shot by Marisa Tomei’s ex-husband, seriously came out of nowhere and while I thought the plot was going somewhere, it became something entirely different but it was still quite fascinating. The second twist, Tom Wilkinson kills his son’s murderer didn’t really work though as it became too much in my opinion. Still, in spite of these flaws, it remains a very intriguing drama and it is definitely worth a look, especially if you like the genre.

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A very good movie

Posted : 2 days, 3 hours ago on 16 April 2014 05:53 (A review of Rendez-vous)

I have noticed that while André Téchiné is probably one of the most heralded directors in France, he is not very famous abroad which is quite a shame since he has directed some pretty good movies like this one for example which must be one of his best features. This time, he was working with a very young Juliette Binoche and it was one of her first movies (she made no less than 6 movies back in 1985). Binoche who was in her early 20’s at the time, was just really brilliant in this flick. It is always fascinating to see someone so young showing such a wide spectrum of emotions. Her character was really confused and conflicted but I thought she was quite fascinating. I was also impressed by Lambert Wilson (yes, the french dude in ‘The Matrix’ sequels) and, together with Binoche, they had some very intense chemistry. Basically, it is one of those tormented French romances involving some rather messed up people but I always had a weak spot for the genre and this flick was really solid with a rather unhealthy love triangle. To conclude, I really enjoyed this movie and I think it is definitely worth a look, especially if you are interested in French movies.

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A very good movie

Posted : 2 days, 3 hours ago on 16 April 2014 05:51 (A review of Affliction)

Paul Schrader, who got his breakthrough after writing ‘Taxi Driver’ and also wrote ‘Raging Bull, allegedly two of the best movies directed by Martin Scorsese, had a rather convoluted career as a director (his last movie, ‘The Canyons’, was apparently a dreadful mess and it got above all some negative publicity following Lindsay Lohan’s erratic behavior) but I have always been intrigued by his work. Even though ‘American Gigolo’ is probably his most famous movie, I believe that ‘Affliction’ is actually his best flick and it reached wide critical acclaim when it was released. Indeed, it is basically a very dark story dealing with some rather unlikable characters and, even though, the story was intriguing, the characters were above all fascinating, thanks to some solid writing by Paul Schrader himself and some impressive performances by Nick Nolte and James Coburn (they would be both nominated at the Academy awards and James Coburn would even win). Eventually, this movie is about the mental meltdown of the main character beautifully played by Nick Nolte who was basically born to play such guys. To conclude, even though this movie tends to be forgotten, it was actually really good and it is definitely worth a look, especially if you like the genre.

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An average movie

Posted : 2 days, 3 hours ago on 16 April 2014 05:49 (A review of Not Another Teen Movie)

Honestly, I have no idea how I ended up watching this flick. I think I rented it with some friends at some point. Anyway, basically, it is one of those spoofs, one of the most awful genres ever invented, but even though this one is not one of the best or one of the most known features in this style, it wasn’t really awful either. The whole issue with this genre is the dreadful duo Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer. Indeed, even though they wrote ‘Scary Movie’, allegedly one of the best spoofs ever made, they went to direct some of the worst movies ever made ('The Starving Games' , 'Vampires Suck', 'Disaster Movie', 'Meet the Spartans', 'Epic Movie', 'Date Movie'). Well, this movie was made just after ‘Scary Movie’ and before Friedberg and Seltzer made all these awful flicks so that it is where the movie lands quality-wise. Indeed, it is rather forgettable but not completely horrible and, at least, there was a decent cast (Chyler Leigh, Chris Evans, Jaime Pressly, Eric Christian Olsen, Mia Kirshner, Lacey Chabert, Mr. T, Molly Ringwald, Randy Quaid, Samaire Armstrong). To conclude, even though it looks and sounds awful, it is actually watchable but I still don’t think it is really worth a look, except maybe if you are a die-hard fan of the genre.

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An average movie

Posted : 3 days ago on 15 April 2014 08:34 (A review of High Crimes)

I always had a weak spot for Ashley Judd and there was a time that she was not only on the A list but she was also the unofficial Queen of the thrillers for a couple of years. It actually all started with ‘Kiss the Girls’ which was also starring Morgan Freeman. Since this thriller was quite successful, 5 years later, they decided to make another one also with Ashley Judd and Morgan Freeman. In my opinion, it is basically one of those really far-fetched thrillers with a rather preposterous plot but while I’m not a huge fan of the genre, I thought that this one was actually not bad at all. Indeed, there was once again some very good chemistry between Ashley Judd and Morgan Freeman and the rest of the cast (Jim Caviezel, Amanda Peet, Michael Shannon) was pretty solid as well. Eventually, the whole thing was actually quite entertaining but, as usual with this kind of thrillers, the ending was really underwhelming and completely undermined the impact of this story. Indeed, it is one of those thrillers which builds up an intriguing plot but, at the end, they basically make a U-turn and tell you that everything you just saw was wrong and the seemingly smart people involved were actually fooled by some sort of mastermind. Still, in spite of this rather poor gimmick, it remains a rather entertaining flick and I think it is worth a look, especially if you like the genre.

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A good movie

Posted : 3 days, 23 hours ago on 14 April 2014 08:58 (A review of The Muppets Take Manhattan)

Following with my plan of watching all the Muppets movies this year, I went on with this 2nd sequel and, at first, I was rather worried. Indeed, I thought the story was just way too similar to the first movie during which the muppets went to Hollywood to find fame and, this time, they were going to Broadway with basically the same purpose. Still, even though the plot was therefore rather disappointing, I still enjoyed the damned thing. Indeed, there were some really nice scenes, especially the one where they introduced the awesome Muppet Babies (their cartoon premiered two months after this film was released, some pretty smart marketing if you ask me) and, at last, Kermit and Miss Piggy finally managed to get married which was pretty cool as well. Also, at last, they finally focused on one muppet, of course it was Kermit, instead of having dozen of them at the same time and it worked better to move on the narrative. I missed some of their meta jokes (‘hey, look guys! We are in a movie!’) and the songs were still rather boring but, all in all, it was a decent watch. To conclude, even though it was once again nothing really amazing, it was still quite entertaining and it is worth a look, especially if you like the genre.

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A bad movie

Posted : 4 days ago on 14 April 2014 08:21 (A review of Rocky IV)

In the ‘Rocky’ franchise, this movie usually belongs to the guilty pleasures. Indeed, the 5th installment is universally despised by most of the viewers but this 4th movie occasionally gets some love. To start with, it was the highest grossing film in the Rocky series, reaching a rather impressive $300 million worldwide gross but it doesn’t mean that it was any good, it just meant that they would make another sequel for sure. Anyway, personally, I really didn’t like this flick. Sure, compare to the following sequel, it was almost a masterpiece but I seriously got bored. Indeed, now we are far from the gritty realism of ‘Rocky’, and instead, we get once again the same old story (Rocky gets in trouble, you get a good old training montage, he gets on the ring and, of course, wins the fight against his current nemesis). By now, I was pretty much done with this formula and to see how they added some patriotism/propaganda to the whole thing made this movie even more pathetic. I understand that the fans just enjoy this for what it is, some brainless entertainment, but I just can’t share their enthusiasm.To conclude, I really didn’t like this flick and I don’t think it is really worth a look, except of course if you are a die-hard fan of this franchise.

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johanlefourbe posted a review of Swing

A good movie

“To be honest, I had seriously no idea what to expect from this flick but since Tony Gatlif’s work is usually really interesting, I thought I should give it a try. As a matter of fact, Tony Gatlif is rather unknown here in Listal but his movies are actually pretty good. Usually, they deal with gyps” read more

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johanlefourbe posted a review of Pushing Tin

An average movie

“Honestly, I wasn’t sure what to expect from this flick but since there was a pretty cool cast, I was quite eager to check this movie. Indeed, a movie involving John Cusack, Billy Bob Thornton, Cate Blanchett and Angelina Jolie would be quite an event nowadays but, back then, it was actually hard” read more

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johanlefourbe posted a review of Broken Arrow

An average movie

“At some point, John Woo was considered the best director from Hong-Kong and it was a big deal when he finally decided to make the move to Hollywood. His first US feature, ‘Hard Target’, was actually pretty decent and definitely one of the very few movies starring Jean-Claude Van Damme which were” read more

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johanlefourbe commented on a list
Top 200 best movies ever (part 1) (100 movies items)

"@filmbuilder, this list is actually really messed up and I should update it at some point but I barely spend time in this site anylonger so it might also never happen."


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johanlefourbe posted a review of In the Bedroom

A good movie

“About 10 years ago, almost out of nowhere, Todd Field, an actor with a rather unremarkable career, released this directing debut and it reached some impressive critical acclaim, especially at the Sundance Film Festival. With this in mind, I was really eager to check this flick. Eventually, I thought” read more

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Anesthesia
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johanlefourbe posted a review of Rendez-vous

A very good movie

“I have noticed that while André Téchiné is probably one of the most heralded directors in France, he is not very famous abroad which is quite a shame since he has directed some pretty good movies like this one for example which must be one of his best features. This time, he was working with a ve” read more

2 days, 3 hours ago
johanlefourbe posted a review of Affliction

A very good movie

“Paul Schrader, who got his breakthrough after writing ‘Taxi Driver’ and also wrote ‘Raging Bull, allegedly two of the best movies directed by Martin Scorsese, had a rather convoluted career as a director (his last movie, ‘The Canyons’, was apparently a dreadful mess and it got above all so” read more

2 days, 3 hours ago

An average movie

“Honestly, I have no idea how I ended up watching this flick. I think I rented it with some friends at some point. Anyway, basically, it is one of those spoofs, one of the most awful genres ever invented, but even though this one is not one of the best or one of the most known features in this style,” read more

2 days, 3 hours ago
johanlefourbe commented on a list
Failed movie franchises (50 movies items)

"@AVPGuyver21, there is not even a director attached yet so I have still my doubts. It was the same thing about 'Salt', 'The Girl with the dragon tattoo' or even 'Jumper' and in all these cases, no seq"


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The Monuments Men
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johanlefourbe posted a review of High Crimes

An average movie

“I always had a weak spot for Ashley Judd and there was a time that she was not only on the A list but she was also the unofficial Queen of the thrillers for a couple of years. It actually all started with ‘Kiss the Girls’ which was also starring Morgan Freeman. Since this thriller was quite succ” read more

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A good movie

“Following with my plan of watching all the Muppets movies this year, I went on with this 2nd sequel and, at first, I was rather worried. Indeed, I thought the story was just way too similar to the first movie during which the muppets went to Hollywood to find fame and, this time, they were going to ” read more

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Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
From.... (Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy 2004) To... (Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues 2013) Gap between movies : 9 years Was it worth the wait ? : Honestly, I'm not so sure. First of all, I thought that the 1rst installment was not bad but I wasn't a huge fan. Then, I think it took way too long for them to finally come up with a sequel and, eventually, it wasn't really an amazing success when it was released. Still, the cast for this sequel is rather insane and only therefore I will definitely check it out at some point.
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johanlefourbe posted a review of Rocky IV

A bad movie

“In the ‘Rocky’ franchise, this movie usually belongs to the guilty pleasures. Indeed, the 5th installment is universally despised by most of the viewers but this 4th movie occasionally gets some love. To start with, it was the highest grossing film in the Rocky series, reaching a rather impressi” read more

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An average movie

“Hilary Swank has one of the most peculiar careers in Hollywood. Indeed, she is one of the very few thespians who managed to win 2 Academy awards for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role but also she has one of the even fewer who managed to have a 100% win percentage which means that she” read more

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"Shit... You're absolutely right... I can't believe that this picture has been on this list for at least for 2 years and that neither I or someone else noticed this mistake. In iedere geval, dank je w"


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Posted: 1 month, 1 week ago at Mar 8 21:29
How's your list 'Listal's 100 Films To See Before You Die (2014)' going?
Posted: 2 months 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: 3 months, 3 weeks ago at Dec 25 23:44
For being a great friend and providing great content, I thank you and wish you a...
Posted: 6 months, 2 weeks ago at Oct 2 21:06
Yay me! haha. Here's the question answers:

Rank: 16 (new entry)
Points: 925941
Member since: 2012
Age: 23
Country: US
Gender: female
Miscellaneous: -
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: 6 months, 3 weeks 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: 6 months, 3 weeks ago at Sep 27 12:36
Thanks for the vote =)
Posted: 7 months, 3 weeks 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: 9 months ago at Jul 18 10:37
Thanks for the list vote!
Posted: 9 months, 3 weeks 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 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 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 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, 1 month 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, 1 month 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.
Avatar image explanation: I often change my avatar. It is always a woman, usually an angel, or another form of fantasy.
How did she discover Listal: About this site told me a friend, I tried and fell in love.

Thanks Johan !
Posted: 1 year, 2 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, 2 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, 2 months ago at Feb 6 2:01
Very nice. However, you forgot to add my points for 'The Godfather'. It may make a difference :)
Posted: 1 year, 2 months ago at Feb 1 20:40
Hay, I wanted to thank you for the vote on my Jan film diary. Yes, I did manage to watch "The Celebration" after all this time! It is always sort of a guess at what is going to be sent to me with my dvds-by-mail service. Sorry, I'm not on very much. Listal seems to have this ablity to put in me in a bad mood rather quickly. So, best to focus on real life issues and enjoy the approaching of summer ;)

OK, off to do some groceries shopping. Needing to eat is very 'real life' LOL
Posted: 1 year, 2 months ago at Jan 27 22:28
Glad to help you on your list!
Posted: 1 year, 2 months ago at Jan 27 11:18
Oo, my dear friend , I have already picked my favorite movies. I did it when my name was dedicated to our dear director Sergiu Nicolaescu, Comisarul Moldovan!