It’s not what you're like, it’s what you like.”
Rob Green, High Fidelity

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It's not what you're like, it's what you like” is the memorable quote and underlying them from the 2003 movie, High Fidelity. Its wary-hero, Rob Green, and his idiot-employees spend their days working in Rob's record store and debating their all-time top five albums, singles, side one-track ones.

I get it. It’s the intersecting area of pop taste and appreciation where these merry band of misfits find their community: The people that ‘who spend all their time looking for deleted Smith singles and original, not rereleased – underlined – Frank Zappa albums.’

Great soundtrack.

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Did anyone see this movie? It was directed by American Beauty director, Sam Mendes. I think it’s about deciding what home should be.

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“Seven days.”

My brothers, sisters, and I are cut from the same cloth. We love horror films— maybe not so much the pop-out and scare you horror films, but the ones that are a slow, terrifying burn.

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I'll probably swap this out sooner-than-later. It's still a good movie, with a simple, enjoyable soundtrack. Its writer also penned the movies, Pieces of April and Dan in Real Life. All three movies are quiet movies, which in retrospect I really enjoy.

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Is this really my favorite movie, or the movie that just made the biggest impact for the longest length of time? Sadly, 40 years later, it's still the best Star Wars film.