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  Mara Jade Skywalker
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Speaking of comedies, I love movies that make fun of movies. The layered irony cracks me up. Two examples of these:

Galaxy Quest
Airplane

Love 'em both. Cool
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  darthrevan1
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Hmm apart from Star Wars

Alien, Aliens
Superman 1 and 2
The Wizard Of Oz
Crash
Pulp Fiction
Independence Day
Anchorman The Legend Of Ron Burgundy
Independence Day
E.T.
A View To A Kill
The Bridge on The River Kwai
Where Eagles Dare
The Incredible Hulk (TV Movie)
The Last Waltz
Goodfellas
Indiana Jones & The Temple Of Doom
Jaws
The Money pit
Big
The Goonies
Ghostbusters
Back To the Future 1
Scarface
transformers Animated Movie
Transformers 1 and DOTM
The Sound Of Music
Angels With Dirty Faces
Yankee Doodle Dandy
Country Girl
Guess Who is Coming To Dinner
The Deerhunter
Casino
The Godfather 1 and 2
Mean Streets
Taxi Driver
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@Darth-Weeto: aha! I've seen Leon but the version I saw was called The Professional. Definitely one of my favorite films. I love assassin/hitman flicks, and Jean Reno and Gary Oldman were great in that movie.
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Finally someone else has seen it and agreed wiv me, thats rite its called "Leon: the proffessional". And yeah both jean reno and gary oldman were class in that film.


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