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Desert Hearts (1985)
The film where Cay Rivers became your personal goal in terms of swagger, hairstyle, and backwards driving.
The ultimate Bonnie & Clyde film, except no Clyde. Jennifer Tilley's voice is still stuck in your head years after watching it.
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The Kids Are Alright (2010)
Take Julianne Moore and Annette Bening, throw in Mark Ruffalo for a whole bunch of drama.
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Life Partners (2014)
It's easy to relate to the plight of feeling replaced by your best friend, regardless of yours sexuality.
A film that's beautiful from start to finish, in terms of storyline and cinematography.
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The film that caused you to dive DEEP into google searching for "Jordana Brewster".
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Imagine Me & You (2005)
Two words: Lena Headey. That's all you need to know.
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Blue Is The Warmest Color (2013)
Whether you loved it or hated it, you'll never look at pasta the same way again.
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I Can't Think Straight (2008)
The film, adapted from a novel of the same name, makes anyone who has seen "The World Unseen" do a double take. Same leading ladies!
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The most beautiful and touching story of "kidnapping" you'll ever see.
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Fried Green Tomatoes (1991)
So, that frame was a bit of a tricky one since the heart of the film is a flashback. But... TOWANDA!!
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Lost And Delirious (2001)
Ah yes, where your love of Piper Perabo began.
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But I'm A Cheerleader (1999)
A must-see film for any Natasha Lyonne fan — or really anyone who loves super campy films.