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Merry Christmas!
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What films did you watch in school? We watched picrel
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Spiderman 2 and unsurprisingly the boy in the striped pajamas.
We also watched The Odyssey (1997) TV miniseries. I can't remember the rest.
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Is that movie any good?
we watched bend it like beckham like 4 times in middle school, schindler's list twice in high school but I was late for both
From the top of my head I can remember:
>The Searchers 1956
>Dr. Strangelove 1964
>Princess Bride 1987
>Gattaca 1997
>Lorenzo's Oil 1992
And a lot of Shakespeare ones. I also realize I never saw any shoah movies.
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>And a lot of Shakespeare ones.
I remember us watching Macbeth. ||This|| version of Macbeth.
>>759 (OP) 
Why are they naked on the vhs cover
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I remember watching several animated films even during high school, yet several students barely paid attention or were asleep. As for what I remember fondly, October Sky was after a rocket project for a math class before summer arrived. It was good, even if it got a little cheesy. Another film was The Orphanage, which was a foreign film that I had to watch for Spanish class. I don't remember much of it, sadly, since I did not do well in learning Spanish.  I also remember watching Pearl Harbor after finishing a WWII related test for history class, and I remember that even the teacher was riffing on the film. It's shit, but it was entertaining to mock while watching.
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Because of hollyjew.
>>796
Because it's something that happens in the movie.
Will try to keep them in order and remember all of them.
>some documentary about trains
>a lot of miscellaneous shit at movie time at a Summer daycare, namely Oliver and Company
>Annabelle's Wish (we never finished it)
>some wonky Christmas movie with an animatronic talking tree as one of the support characters
>instructional video about Summertime clothing and sunscreen
>Charlie Brown Christmas
>a family/comedy western from the 60s or 70s about a single father and his rambunctious children
>some movie about kids living in an abandoned theater I think
>Little Rascals
>Polar Express (didn't get to see it)
>Toy Story 3
>Holes
>To Kill a Mockingbird
>Nacho Libre
>Life is Beautiful
>The Aviator
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Who would've thought the gnahzees did a better job at High School comedy in 1944 than modern day anime/manga writers?
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