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1. Titanic (1997 - $1,835,300,000) - Never seen it, nor do I wish to
2. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001 - $968,600,000) Seen it. Bogwitch fact: This was made about 1/2 a mile from my parents old house at Leavesden studios. They still have some of the sets up, you can see the Dursley's house from the road.
3. Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999 - $922,300,000) Also made at Leavesden, nothing interesting to report about it though and it was crap
4. Jurassic Park (1993 - $919,700,000) Seen it. Crap.
5. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002 - $905,700,000)Excellent. Always loved LOTR though.
6. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002 - $866,300,000)Another Leavesden film. Thought it was better than the first one.
7. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001 - $860,200,000)Excellent again. Never quite got why people saw slash in BTVS, but in this its rife.
8. Independence Day (1996 - $811,200,000)Crap. Preferred Mars Attacks!
9. Spider-Man (2002 - $806,700,000)Never seen it. Probably Marvel-pants.
10. Star Wars (1977 - $797,900,000)Predictably a childhood fave.
11. The Lion King (1994 - $783,400,000)Seen, liked it - a bit
12. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982 - $756,700,000)can't sit though more than 10 mins of this over-sentimental twaddle
13. Forrest Gump (1994 - $679,400,000)Cute I suppose, but too sentimental for me
14. The Sixth Sense (1999 - $661,500,000)Good film, embarrassed didn't see obvious twist
15. Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002 - $648,200,000)Better than the first one, but still lacking Han Solo...
16. The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997 - $614,300,000)Never seen it. Not into dinosaurs
17. Men in Black (1997 - $587,200,000)Not bad
18. Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983 - $572,700,000)not as good as eps 4 and 5. I mean EWOKS!!! What were they thinking?
19. Armageddon (1998 - $554,600,000)Can't remember if I've seen it or not. Don't think so.
20. Mission: Impossible II (2000 - $545,300,000)Hated the first one, not going to bother with this
21. Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980 - $533,800,000)Like this one, but didn't like the boring Luke bits
22. Home Alone (1990 - $533,700,000)Same as Armageddon
23. Monsters, Inc. (2001 - $528,900,000)Hmmm
24. Ghost (1990 - $517,600,000)Yuk
25. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991 - $516,800,000)Didn't think The Terminator needed a sequel, but this is OK. I don't want a third one though
26. Aladdin (1992 - $501,900,000)Liked it at the time
27. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989 - $494,700,000)I really liked it, then never seen it since
28. Twister (1996 - $494,700,000)Not seen it, except the last five minutes
29. Toy Story 2 (1999 - $485,700,000)Cute
30. Saving Private Ryan (1998 - $479,300,000)Not seen it
31. Jaws (1975 - $470,600,000)Over-rated
32. The Matrix (1999 - $456,300,000)Entertaining Sci fi fluff
33. Gladiator (2000 - $456,200,000)Really good
34. Shrek (2001 - $455,100,000)Good
35. Mission: Impossible (1996 - $452,500,000)Pants. The first ten minutes were alright, but then they killed everyone I wanted to know more about
36. Pearl Harbor (2001 - $450,400,000)Never seen it. Won't
37. Ocean's Eleven (2001 - $444,200,000)Never seen it
38. Pretty Woman (1990 - $438,200,000)Yawn...
39. Tarzan (1999 - $435,200,000)Never seen it
40. Men in Black II (2002 - $425,600,000)Never seen it
41. Die Another Day (2002 - $424,700,000)Never seen it
42. Dances with Wolves (1990 - $424,200,000)Only seen it once, but did like it
43. Cast Away (2000 - $424,000,000)Truly awful
44. Mrs. Doubtfire (1993 - $423,100,000)Yuk
45. The Mummy Returns (2001 - $418,700,000)Really good but is crap at the end
46. The Mummy (1999 - $413,300,000)Formulaic, but entertaining
47. Batman (1989 - $413,100,000)OK, preferred other Tim Burton films, mmm Sleepy Hollow
48. Rain Man (1988 - $412,800,000)Don't remember it, but have seen it
49. The Bodyguard (1992 - $410,900,000)Fluff, but deep seated loathing of Whitney Houston puts me off
50. Signs (2002 - $407,900,000)Never seen it
51. Gone with the Wind (1939 - $390,500,000)Never seen it
52. Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991 - $390,400,000)Like everyone, I thought what I load of shite, Alan Rickman was good
53. Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981 - $383,800,000)Liked it
54. Grease (1978 - $379,800,000)OH, HOW I LOATHE THIS STREAMING DOG TURD OF A FILM
55. Ice Age (2002 - $378,300,000)Never seen it
56. Beauty and the Beast (1991 - $378,300,000)Quite like it
57. Godzilla (1998 - $375,800,000)Never seen it, liked the Japanese Godzilla films
58. What Women Want (2000 - $370,800,000)Deeply offensive, turned off after ten minutes
59. The Fugitive (1993 - $368,700,000)never seen it
60. True Lies (1994 - $365,200,000)Crap. I'm sure Jamie Lee Curtis is a man
61. Die Hard: With a Vengeance (1995 - $365,000,000)Was this the 3rd one? I saw that.
62. Notting Hill (1999 - $363,000,000)Ok, but its very annoying in that it panders to American tastes. Want to dislike Hugh Grant, just can't quite get there
63. Jurassic Park III (2001 - $362,900,000)Never seen it
64. There's Something About Mary (1998 - $360,000,000)Never seen it. Hate Jim Carrey
65. Planet of the Apes (2001 - $358,900,000)Never seen it. Scared of apes
66. The Flintstones (1994 - $358,500,000)What's that stink?
67. Toy Story (1995 - $358,100,000)Good
68. A Bug's Life (1998 - $357,900,000)Never seen it
69. The Exorcist (1973 - $357,500,000)Over-rated. Was this supposed to be scary? Do I have to be Catholic?
70. My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002 - $356,500,000)Never seen it
71. Basic Instinct (1992 - $352,700,000)Dreadful, Michael Douglas wasn't attractive even then
72. The World Is Not Enough (1999 - $352,000,000)I may have seen this, can't quite recall it though
73. GoldenEye (1995 - $351,500,000)Yet another filmed at Leavesden, you could see some of the sets for this from the road too. Just another bank holiday Bond film though
74. Back to the Future (1985 - $350,600,000)Liked it then, not so much now
75. Se7en (1995 - $350,100,000)Liked this
76. Hannibal (2001 - $349,200,000)Never seen it
77. Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988 - $349,100,000)ok, not thrilled
78. Deep Impact (1998 - $348,600,000)Load of pants
79. Dinosaur (2000 - $347,800,000)Never even heard of this
80. Pocahontas (1995 - $347,100,000)Never seen it
81. Tomorrow Never Dies (1997 - $346,600,000)Can't remember if I've seen this or not
82. Top Gun (1986 - $344,700,000)Crap
83. Minority Report (2002 - $342,000,000)Better than I thought it was going to be. Now I'm not very keen on Tom Cruise, but like Bruce Willis, he keeps turning up in films I like
84. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000 - $340,400,000) Despite Jim Carrey hate, I really liked this. maybe because I'm evil
85. American Beauty (1999 - $336,000,000)Never seen it
86. Catch Me If You Can (2002 - $335,800,000)Never heard of this either
87. Batman Forever (1995 - $335,000,000)Worse than The Flintstones
88. Apollo 13 (1995 - $334,100,000)Liked this
89. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984 - $333,000,000)Good
90. Back to the Future Part II (1989 - $332,000,000)Liked it then, not so much now
91. The Rock (1996 - $330,500,000)Crap
92. Rush Hour 2 (2001 - $329,100,000)Yay. I love Jackie Chan!
93. Crocodile Dundee (1986 - $328,000,000)Liked it at the time
94. The Perfect Storm (2000 - $325,700,000)Never seen it
95. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996 - $325,500,000)Bit disappointed with this
96. X2 (2003 - $324,100,000)Marvel pants. Did I mention I hate Marvel?
97. Schindler's List (1993 - $321,200,000)Very good, although I was the driest eye in the house - I'd read the book
98. The Mask (1994 - $320,900,000)See I hate Jim Carrey. And I don't like Cameron Diaz much either
99. Fatal Attraction (1987 - $320,100,000)Bunny boilers, yeah!
100. Lethal Weapon 3 (1992 - $319,700,000)OK, I think

In conclusion, I hate everything and Jim Carrey is crap. ; ).

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