Thread: The film you relate to the most of all

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    For me, Alan Zweig's documentary "I, Curmudgeon", is the film I relate to most of all. I can see myself in the opinions and ideas of each of the people interviewed in the film, and overall feel like the film is more or less about myself. A curmudgeon is more or less, for simplicities' sake, a person who is characterized by their cynical (and often sarcastic as well) view of life, i.e., Andy Rooney, Harvey Pekar, Fran Lebowitz, MTV's Daria Morgendorffer etc. To me the film is a reassuring safety net cast into a world filled with too many pathological optimists.
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      The 40-Year Old Virgin.
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        'Scarface' is about me.
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            I cant think of an entire movie that relates to me.

            But for characters...Booger from revenge of the nerds pretty much sums me up.
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                It used to be The Count of Monte Cristo. I was screwed over by my best friend who married my girlfriend of four years. Needless to say I had a few trust/anger issues after this longing for revenge. Finally I got it when I met my wife. My wife is smoking hot and my Ex is now a big huge cow but I sincerely wish them the best.
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                  This thread is sooooooo a Caps 2.0 topic.
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                    Of course Rain Man. Yeah, definitely...definitely Rain Man.
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                      For me it is Harriet the Spy. That movie is the exactly the story of my childhood.
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                        Was Rosie O' Donnell involved?
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                          as terrible as it will make me sound, I would have to admit that taxi driver fits me.
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                            Quote by Captain_Howdy
                            Was Rosie O' Donnell involved?


                            Hell yea she was
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                              In high school, it would have been Pretty in Pink. I was definitely a Duckie. Now its not so much a film but a tv show and thats The Office...
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                                Welcome to the Dollhouse and Thirteen
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                                  The cynical, analytical nature of Raul Duke in "Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas" I would say suits me fairly well.
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                                    Forrest Gump, I'm afraid...
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                                      Quote by NeonBuddy
                                      Forrest Gump, I'm afraid...


                                      Me too...also The 40-Year-Old Virgin because the way my love life is...I will be a 40-Year-Old Virgin...I just can't find a girl, I think I'm a Chick-Repellent.
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                                        Welcome to the Dollhouse and Thirteen


                                        EXCEPT I WASN'T A SLUT! And also Muriel's Wedding. I am SO her.
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                                        Garfield: "The local bus transit is doing their part to help with the weight loss program: each year, they stop further and further away from the curb!
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