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Old 03-14-02, 11:54 PM
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Please name your "must see movie" widescreen!

Any type just as long as it's really good ,also widescreen.

Thanks

Blue

PS: I running out of choices : >
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This is a great choice! Superman the Movie would be another good choice.
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Lawrence Of Arabia
next to this one, everything else just pales in comparison.
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Gladiator and Saving Private Ryan (couldn't narrow it down to just one).
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Saving Private Ryan.
Agree!!
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Rushmore is a dvd that takes great advantage of the wonderful thing that is widescreen.
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Gladiator
Saving Private Ryan
T2
Abyss

the list can go on and on and on
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It's impossible to watch this movie in anything less than widescreen. You not only miss half the picture, you miss half the cast!
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BOOGIE NIGHTS - - The best use of Widescreen ever in the history of movies, well maybe not that great, but it sure is my personal pick. It is also a wonderful movie to boot!


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Gladiator & Jurassic Park
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Lawrence of Arabia, nuff said!
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