27 comments
  1. I have only seen Coraline.
    It was perfect!

    LOVE!

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  2. I really regret missing An Education at the cinema... just really feel like I need to see it

    xxx

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  3. great choices!! I want to see all of those. Except Coraline, which I already own; Its an amazing movie, definitely a fun watch!
    x

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  4. Great choices. I was actually thinking of seeing Young Victoria again recently. I love period movies.
    PS. I don't want to say goodbye to the warm weather either! :(

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  5. oh, so lovely! still have to catch up on Miss Coco and An Education...but loved Young Victoria..was kinda too short a bit! hehe ;)

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  6. I really enjoyed Coco avant Chanel. I recommend it!

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  7. i really really want to see an education and coraline, good choices xxx

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  8. Some of my favorite movies of all time actually.

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  9. saw this post and just watched queen victoria. a glorious movie. thanks for the inspiration!

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  10. i highly recommend young victoria :) it's really good. or maybe i'm just biased with emily blunt. she's lovely. and personally, i prefer coco chanel the tv version http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1094661/

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  11. i haven't seen an education yet but the other three i have. young victoria and coraline are incredible. coco was good too but it was a bit sad.

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  12. top three brilliant, youll love them

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  13. an angel at my table, and anastasia (1956 version) next for me :]

    thank you for your comment dearest. oh my, i watched that last movie and it scared me so much. haha.

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  14. I got most of those movies on the list. I watched Young Victoria and An Education at the cinema and enjoyed them so much that I bought the dvd's in Bali, except the Coco Avant Chanel is in French and doesnt have English subtitles!

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  15. Ooh what a great selection!! Of your list, I've only seen Coraline (great movie, creepy!), but the other ones I've been wanting to watch too!!
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend of catching up on film watching!! :)

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  16. I haven't seen any of those but they're all on my list! I also definitely want to see Bright Star since I missed that, I might do a post like this too. It's a great idea (:

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  17. oh, i terribly want to see coco avant chanel!
    audrey tatau is one of my favourite actresses ♥

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  18. i've seen the last 2. The first two seems very good. I've heard about an education, never heard the young victoria, should find it later. thanks for the references. :)

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  19. oh my goodness An Education and Coco Avant Chanel were amazing. you should definitely go see them! i haven't seen the other two either, but they look great =]

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  20. Tenemos novedades en nuestro blog !!

    Échales un vistazo, en Tienda Kyra queremos saber tu opinión!

    Un fuerte abrazo ♥

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  21. An Education is at the top of my list!! And Coco Avant Chanel. You have great taste :)

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  22. Just saw Coco Before Chanel and An Education a couple weeks ago. LOVED Coco, really liked An Education. See them as soon as possible. I liked how An Education showed the alluring side of a romance with an older gent but at the same time showed how awkward and uncomfortable it would be. I thought it was nicely realistic, at least in that.

    Hope you enjoy them as well.

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  23. I haven't seen any of these but they all look like 'must see' fantastic movies!

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  24. i really really enjoyed "an education." that and coco before chanel are a must see! young victoria is on my list for next weekend :)

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  25. I'll watch An Education and Coco Chanel with you!

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