Wicker Park CD2
He broke all my cu*ps.
Yeah. I have to go to work.
I'm due at the hospital.
That's right.|You*'re a nu*rse.
I got a dou*ble shift.
You* shou*ld stay.
You* have a key?
Well, I shou*ld be back by 10:00.
Will I see you* later?
- Bye.|- Bye.
You wer*e at Bellucci's on Monday.
Yeah. I was.
What happened to you*?
Hang on.|Ju*st a minu*te!
Look, cou*ld I stay at you*r place|for a cou*ple of days?
-Yeah. of cour*se.|- Great.
Well, I've gotta call Daniel first,|then I'll be right over.
- Okay.|- Bye.
Oh, shit. Get u*p.
You know.|at the r*estaur*ant.
I would've bet anything|you wer*e this gir*l I used to know.
But now seeing you her*e. you don't|r*eally look that much like her* at all.
Come on, Lisa.||Let's ju*st talk abou*t this, all right?
Don't start shit like that.|Look, I don't have time--
I don't wanna talk abou*t it anymore.
Stop acting like a goddamn child|abou*t this crap!
Stop screaming at me!
Lisa, what are you* doing?|Jesu*s Christ. Be carefu*l.
It's over. Get ou*t of my hou*se.
Get back in here now!
- You*'re gonna kill you*rself!|- Don't do it!
Lisa, stop this!
Is this how you* deal|with you*r problems?
Hu*h? You* ru*n away|and act like a child?
Go home, and don't bother||calling me, okay?
- Goddamnit!|- Can I come in?
I'm sorry.|I hate to bother you*, bu*t, u*m,
my...ex-boyfriend ju*st told me|he's seeing someone else.
I took a chance.|I hope you don't mind.
No, not at all.
Lisa, this is stu*pid, all right?|Come on!
Excu*se me, are you* leaving?|I'd like to park.
- Hey!|- Hey.
I'm sorry I didn't call.|I, u*m...
Don't worry.|I've ju*st been thinking.
Are you* okay?
I'm going to London.
A friend of mine|started his own company.
He's asked me to choreograph.
Oh, my God.|That's amazing.
When do you* leave?
Is it okay|if I stay another night?
No, it has to be tonight.
Well, then I'd say|the 10:1 5 flight to Los Angeles
wou*ld be you*r best bet.
You* can catch the flight|to Shanghai from there.
Bu*t there's only coach available;|you*r ticket's for first.
I'll tell you* what.
I think I can get you* an u*pgrade.
Why don't you* come back|in a few hou*rs. Arou*nd 4:00.
Something shou*ld've|opened u*p by then.
Thank you*.|See you* at 4:00.
The hotel thing was ju*st stu*pid.
I knew Daniel would find me.
Why don't you* come with me?
Well, I've got great shifts|at the hospital now,
and, you* know...
And the gu*y who gave you* that.
Well, come on. Tell me!
Last night we did it|on the sofa in the doctor's lou*nge.
You* little slu*t.|I'm jealou*s!
The bad part is|I'm already seeing his best friend.
He's adorable and he adores me,||bu*t he's the clinging type.
So she had the same name,||same perfu*me, same shoe size?
That's so hot.
Or--or maybe this is creepy.
I think it's a little bit of both, actu*ally.
So, did you* hit it?
No. Um...I slept on the cou*ch,|you* know.
When I woke u*p|in the morning, she was gone.
- Bu*t you* wanted to hit it, didn't you*?|- Come on.
I'm going to China tonight, I'm practically|engaged--do I need to remind you*?
The lies we tell ourselves.
So, what abou*t you* and Alex--|how's that?
How was you*r date?
- It was great.|- Good.
I mean, what--||you* wanna wanna hear abou*t it?
I don't know. Sure.
Well. after* I left you. I went|to pick up Alex fr*om the theater*. r*ight?
She has this dir*ector*--the guy is|such a cheese ball. Not that impr*essive.
I mean. she should be on Br*oadway|or* something. 'cause she was awesome.
It was super* late|by the time she got changed.
So we went out.|had a couple dr*inks and a couple laughs.
On the way home. I told her* the whole|sor*did stor*y about you and Lisa.
So now, finally, he's fou*nd her.
- Wow.|- Yeah.
And did she explain|why she disappeared?
No, not yet.|He ju*st wrote her this note.
They haven't actu*ally spoken,|bu*t they're su*pposed to speak soon.
No, I'm not. You* know, I don't...||I don't feel very well.
You*'re kidding me.
Do you* mind|ju*st taking me home?
- Yeah.|- Yeah?
So, I was thinking,|maybe I cou*ld go u*pstairs with you*
and I'll make you*|a nice big cu*p of hot chocolate...
...pu*t a bu*nch|of little marshmallows u*p on top.
We'll watch TV and ju*st hang ou*t.
Do you* love me?
I ju*st wanna be alone.
- Well--|- I'll call you*.
I'll call you* tomorrow.
Alex.|Alex, wait a second.
You* gotta be kidding me.
This girl's u*nbelievable.
You* know what?|Don't call me, okay?
Don't call me u*ntil you* figu*re ou*t|what you* wanna do with you*r life,
'cau*se I can't deal with this.
Every time, it's a different story|with you*, all right?
Wait, l--I'm sorry.
I'll call you* tomorrow.
This girl is ridicu*lou*s.
And we had sex all night.
And the next mor*ning.
I made her my dad's|world-famou*s breakfast, and...
I don't know.|It was pretty perfect.
That sou*nds really good, man.
It was pretty good.
When do I get to meet her?
Yeah, tonight. Tonight is her--|she's got this play.
It's the big opening.|It's Shakespeare.
Shakespeare. I know.|Bu*t it's su*pposed to be good. Tru*st me.
I'm supposed to leave tonight.
Yeah, bu*t it's early.
You* can go to the play,|then get on the plane.
Have you* seen my compact?|You* know, the silver one.
No, I haven't.
I hope I didn't leave it|at the hotel.
It was a gift from my grandmother.
Where did you* get this?
Um...it's su*rgeon nu*mber two's.
He left it here last week.
Oh, my God.|It's so mu*ch like...
So you*'re not getting|into too mu*ch trou*ble?
Take care of you*rself, okay?
- Come on, let me film you*.|- No. You* first.
Come on, Alex. Are you* shy? You* can't|be shy if you* wanna be an actress.
- Shakespeare?|- This is you*r big break.
That's Shakespeare.|I can't do that. That's too hard.
Haply, when I shall wed.
that lord whose hand|mu*st take my plight
shall carry half my love with him,|half my care and du*ty.
Su*rely I shall never marry|like my sisters to love my father all.
So tru*e, my lord.|In life--oh! I blew it.
I'm sorry. That was bad.
No, that was amazing.
You* know, the thing with acting, Alex,|is you* ju*st have to commit.
Otherwise, you*'re ju*st a phony.
I can't hear anything.
- Is it hooked u*p right?|- Yeah.
Can you* take it back?
I know a place|I can get it fixed, actu*ally.
Do you* believe|in love at first sight?
Well, who is he?
Don't even try to lie abou*t it.
I haven't met him yet.|I've ju*st seen him.
I don't think he's got a girlfriend.|I can tell.
Don't wait.|The good ones go fast.
Well, I gotta go get the video camera,|so I'll talk to you* later.
Hey...promise you*'ll talk to him?
Yeah...I'll think abou*t it.
I'll be right back.
- Sorry.|- Matthew, where are you* going?
My God.|it's so much like...Matthew.
Don't be silly.
It belongs to one of the doctors|at the hospital.
Why wou*ld you* think of Matthew?
Cou*ld I borrow|you*r car again tonight?
Well, I better go.|I'll see you* later.
Hi, excu*se me?||I was in here a cou*ple of days ago.
I think I might have left a compact.|It's silver, engraved.
Um, let me ask.
Tony, did anyone tu*rn in|a silver compact?
Okay. Thank you*.
A gu*y did come in here looking for you*.|Said he fou*nd you*r keys. Oh! And...
He left you* this.
- Thank you*.|- Su*re.
"Lisa. I've been tr*ying to find you.
"I have your* powder* case.
Hey, Lu*ke, can I talk to you*|for a second?
Hey, Ellie, do me a favor.|Will you* help her ou*t?
How's it goin'?
Hey. I ju*st wanna say thanks|for everything
and, you* know,|you*'ve been great.
What abou*t the play?|I thou*ght you* were comin' to the play.
I don't wanna miss|another flight, you* know.
Listen, I'll make it u*p to you*|when I get back. I promise.
You* have fu*n tonight, thou*gh, all right?|Say hi to Alex for me, and, you* know.
- You*'re a lu*cky gu*y.|- You* got plenty of time.
It's the late flight. I really want you*|to come to the play. Please?
See, things, u*m...it's ju*st not going|that well with Alex.
I've been kind of|exaggerating a little.
What do you* mean?
Lying.|Uh! I've been lying!
It's 'cau*se my life's so pathetic.
No all-night marathon?
God, I'm lu*cky if I get a kiss|at the end of the night.
So I was thinking that if you* came|to the play, I think that wou*ld really help.
I mean, I'd be so mu*ch||more confident with you* there.
And then I can go to the bathroom|and you* can tell her,
you* know,|what a great gu*y I am
and ru*mor has it I'm really good|in the sack, and that, u*m...
I'm hu*ng like a camel--|I don't know.
Please? I wouldn't ask|if it didn't mean a lot to me.
- I'll be there.|- Oh, you*'re the best. Thanks, bu*ddy.
7:30, all right?
- I got it.|- Good. There you* go.
- See you*, brother.|- Yeah.
You* the man. Thanks, man.
Well, you*'re all set.|You*'re on flight 1 559. First class.
Have a good trip.
I will. Thanks a lot.
Um, I'm booked in a flight|to London today.
I'd like to postpone it|u*ntil tomorrow, please.
Those shoes.|The black ones with the r*ed sole.
I'd like to tr*y them on. please.
Oh, excu*se me, dear. Cou*ld you* tell me|how to get to this mu*seu*m from here?
I think it's...
I think it's back here.
- Let me show you*. I'll walk you*.|- Oh, thank you*.
Alex, ten minu*tes!
This is it right u*p here.
- Here. Keep the change.|- Thanks.
How much better that man should fall|before the lion than the wolf.
The clock u*pbraids me|with the waste of time.
Be not afraid, good you*th.|I will not have you*.
And yet when wit and you*th|is come to harvest,
you*r wife is like|to reap a proper man.
I'm right here. Sorry.
There lies you*r way.|Du*e west.
Then westward ho. Grace and|good disposition attend you*r ladyship.
You*'ll nothing, madam,|to my lord by me?
I prithee, tell me|what thou* thinkst of me.
That you* do--think...
- You* are...|- Sorry.
Not what you* are.
Is that her?
Yeah, that's my girl.
Then think you* right.
I am not what I am.
I wou*ld you* were|as I wou*ld have you* be.
Wou*ld it be better,||madam, than I am?
I wish it might,|for now I am you*r fool.
You'r*e in love with this guy.
and he is asking you|to help him get another* woman!
You'r*e upset. you'r*e confused.|it's tear*ing you up inside!
You have been in love befor*e.|haven't you?
By my innocence, I swear,|and by my you*th,
I have one heart,||one bosom, and one tru*th.
And no woman has,||nor never none shall,
mistress be of it|to save I alone.
And so adieu*, good madam.
Nevermore will I my master's tears|to you* deplore.
Look, I shou*ld really get|to the airport.
Yeah. Yeah.|If you* have to go, go.
I'm su*re Alex is gonna be disappointed|she didn't get a chance to meet you*.
Tell her she did a great job.|And I'll see you* on Monday.
I will. Hey, Matt, thanks for everything.|It means a lot to me.
I'm sorry you* didn't find Lisa.
Yeah, me, too.
- I'll see you* arou*nd, hu*h?|- All right, man.
Alex, it's me.
Please go away.
C'mon, baby. Open the door.
I don't want you*r friend|to see me like this.
He won't. He left.
What? He left?|Did I scare him away?
Scare him away?|You* blew him away.
You* blew everyone away.|You* were u*nbelievable.
He ju*st had a plane to catch.
A slow one to China.|Open the door.
Did he find her?
Did he find Lisa?
No, it ju*st tu*rned ou*t to be some...psycho|with the same name, same everything.
He slept on her cou*ch and ran away|as fast as he cou*ld.
Are you* okay?
Alex. you've gotta help me.
Well, I booked this job--|a Eu*ropean tou*r of Cabar*et.
Oh, wow! That's fantastic!
I know. Some girl broke her ankle,|I'm taking over.
Bu*t listen, I can't find Matthew.
I've been looking all over for him,|and my plane's leaving in two hou*rs.
Did you* leave him a message?
I can't really leave this|on his machine, you* know.
It's too complicated.
I wrote him a letter.|Do you* mind giving it to him?
I've never even met him.|He doesn't knowwho I am.
It doesn't matter--ju*st tell him|you*'re my friend. It'll be fine.
You* know what,||and if he's not there...
ju*st let you*rself in|and leave it on his bed.
I really appreciate this.|Thank you* so mu*ch.
He asked me|to move in with him.
Oh. What did you* say?
I didn't really say anything.
I was late for a class,||and I ju*st sort of ran away.
I said I'd meet him tomorrow.|If I don't show up, you know, he'll go nuts.
Anyway, I have to go.
Thanks again, and I'll call you*|when I get there, okay?
Are you* gonna do it?
Of cou*rse.|I love him.
Hey. this is Matthew.|Please leave a message.
Hey. It's me again.
Wher*e ar*e you?
Did you get my letter*?
Anyway. I'm in Par*is.
I'm at the hotel. You got|the number* in my last message.
Matt. please call me.
This is dr*iving me cr*azy.|I need to speak to you.
Look. if you'r*e angr*y at me.|then don 't be.
Just call... please.|Bye.
I don 't know|if I can stay with the show.
I feel like I have to come home|and look for* him.
I wasn't gonna say|anything before, bu*t...
...when I brou*ght him the letter...
...he wasn't expecting me, and...
...I fou*nd him in bed|with another woman, Lisa.
I--I can't believe it.
Ju*st...forget abou*t him.
The best thing for you* to do|is stay with the show and...
ju*st forget him.
I r*eally thought I knew him.
Ju*st forget him.|He's not even worth it.
Lu*ke, I'm so sorry.
No. Shh...it's okay.
I'm so sorry.
No. Please, don't apologize.|Please. God.
I know you*'re doing the best you* can.
I ju*st want you* to know that l...|that I love you*.
All right? And I don't|wanna play games anymore.
What's the point?|I'm ju*st terrible at them anyway.
Do me a favor.|Grab that, wou*ld you*?
- Who's this?|- Who's this?
This is Matthew.|Who is this?
Hey, what's u*p, kid?|I thou*ght you* left.
What are you* still doing here?
I'm over* at the...
You* went back|to the crazy girl's hou*se?
What the hell are you* doing there?
I'm really starting|to worry abou*t you*, man.
I'm starting to worry myself.
It's not just that.
I couldn't even|get on the air*plane.
The thing is...
...there's something|abou*t this apartment.
It's like Lisa's been her*e.
I know this sounds insane. but...
I think this is her* place. man.
Well. maybe you'r*e|just hot for* this cr*azy gir*l.
Fir*st thing you gotta do is get out|of her* apartment and get over* her*e.
I'll tell you about some stuff. too.
I've had the most amazing night|of my entir*e life last night.
Okay. I'll be over*. Just give me|a couple of minutes. okay?
All r*ight. I'll wait.|Later*.
- Hello?|- Hi. um...
May I speak to Matthew, please?
Who is this?
Um... this is Lisa.
I'm a fr*iend of his.|I'm calling about my compact.
I think he might have fou*nd it.
Uh...which Lisa is this?
Uh... I'll tell you what--
he's actually supposed to be her*e|in a couple of minutes.
I'm sorry I didn't come back.|My, u*m...
...dou*ble shift tu*rned into a triple,|and I ju*st cou*ldn't get away.
That's okay.|Don't worry abou*t it.
Ar*e you mad?
No. Not at all.|I had a great time.
Where are you*?
Well, I'm still at work bu*t, u*m,||I'm ju*st leaving now,
so why don't you wait?
Yeah, I'll wait.
Okay. gr*eat.|I'll see you soon.
Let me. uh...|Iet me gr*ab your* phone number*
and I will have him call you|when he gets in.
Um, you* know...actu*ally, cou*ld you*|ju*st tell him to meet me at 3:00?
He'd know where.|Um, I'll be waiting for him.
I--you* know what,|it can't be him already,
but I'm expecting him.
Someone's at my fr*ont door*.|so maybe it is him.
So hold on a second.
Matthew, tru*st me, okay?
Meet me tomorrow in the park.|Same time.
Yeah. I'm sor*r*y.|It wasn't him. it was someone else.
But I pr*omise you|I will give him your* message. Okay?
Oh. Okay. Thank you*.
I went to get cigarettes.|What's going on?
Matthew. He didn't leave.
He went back to that girl's hou*se.|The crazy one.
Oh, the plot thickens.
Oh, yeah. It gets even better.|Listen to this.
So I hang u*p the phone,|and five seconds later, Lisa called.
The real Lisa.|The one from two years ago.
She wants to see him.
You* tell him?
No, not yet.|I'll wait till he gets here.
He's gonna be so happy,|he's gonna hit the moon again.
I have to go!
- What do you* mean?|- I'll call you* later. I promise.
Bu*t I made breakfast.|My dad's famou*s potatoes.
Lisa called.|She wants to see him.
So, will you* let me|meet you*r friends?
Don't you* have a store to ru*n?
Oh, okay.|I can take a hint.
So we're going ou*t tomorrow, right?
- 7:00?|- Su*re.
Bye, and thanks for the lift.
- Matty!|- Lu*ke! Hey, man!
- How are you*, man?|- I'm good. How are you*?
Really good. Really good.
Oh, excu*se me. Cou*ld I order||an espresso while I wait for my friend?
He's ver*y impr*essed|with what you've done.
and he assur*es you that|when you get to China...
... with much enthusiasm|and support.
I'm sitting over here.
Excuse me. Champagne.
Uh, Miss Chin,||this is my sister Rebecca.
Shit, shit, shit!
As you* can see, u*h...
Hello. Bellucci's.|May I help you?
Hello, may I speak|to my friend Lisa, please?
She's the blonde.|She's sitting at a table behind the bar.
Yes. Just a minute. please.
Excuse me. ar*e you Lisa?
Phone's for* you.
It's a little noisy her*e. Why don't you|take the house phone ar*ound the cor*ner*.
Okay. Thank you*.
T o a long and prosperou*s marriage...|of ou*r two companies.
Excu*se me. I'm gonna go make|a phone call. I'll be right back.
- Hello?|- Hey, Lisa. It's me.
Hey. what happened to you?
I know. I'm so sorry.|I got stu*ck at work.
Look. Daniel's found me|at the hotel.
Hang on.|Ju*st a minu*te!
Look, cou*ld I stay at you*r place|for a cou*ple of days?
Yeah, of cou*rse. Um...
Go there right now.|I'll--I'll meet you* there.
How are you*, Lisa?
Good. How are you*?
Thou*ght you*'d be in China by now.
That makes two of u*s.|Sit down.
- What's that?|- It's a present.
- For me?|- Yeah.
I saw that you*rs were--|you*rs were broken, so...
Uh, wanna try them on?
That's very sweet.|You* didn't have to do that.
Oh, that's okay.
They're a little big.
What size shoe do you* wear?
These are 8 1/2.
I wou*ld've told you* what size I was if l|knew you* were gonna get me some shoes.
It's okay.|I cou*ld exchange them.
You* don't have to do that. I...
Anyway, I told a friend of mine l'd|meet him for coffee before I left, so...
What? You*'re leaving?
Hey, Lu*ke. It's me.|Let's meet.
What are you* doin'?|I thou*ght you* were comin' by.
I, u*h...I was comin' by.|I ju*st lost track of the time.
I got good news for you*.|Let's go have a drink.
I want you* to meet someone.|Come on.
Hey, babe. I came as soon as you* called.|Look who I ran into. It's Matthew.
Matthew, Alex.||Alex, Matthew.
Finally you* two meet.
Have a seat.
Want a cocktail?
Hi, how can I help you*?
What do you* want?
A vodka rocks. Dou*ble.
You* know what? I'll have, u*m,||I'll have a Seven and Seven.
Pu*t it in a bu*cket. Not like a dou*ble,||bu*t more like a one and a half.
He knows how to do it.|Thanks.
You* got it.
So what happened|with you*r psycho?
You* can say it in front of Alex.|She knows the whole story anyway.
Sometimes when you* see|someone from afar...
...you* develop a fantasy.
Then when you* see them u*p close,
nine times ou*t of ten,||you* wish you* hadn't.
I have no idea|what you*'re talking abou*t.
I was confu*sed,||so I went back to her apartment, and...
...thou*ght I'd find what I was looking for,|bu*t I fou*nd something else.
Did you* talk to her?
Ju*st long enou*gh for her|to convince me that she's a liar.
No harm, no fou*l, thou*gh, right?
What do you* think, Alex?|I mean, you* know the whole story.
It's easy to stand back and ju*dge.
You* don't know anything|abou*t this woman.
I know that she has no conscience|and no regard for anyone bu*t herself.
I mean, what else||do I need to know?
You* make you*rself|into su*ch a victim.
Nobody made you* be with her. You* can't|even see what a hypocrite you*'re being.
I'm being a hypocrite?|How am I being a hypocrite?
- Yes, you* are!|- Whoa, whoa, whoa.
You* gu*ys. Hey, relax.
No, Lu*ke. Hey, hold on.
Alex, I'd like you* to explain to me|how I'm being a hypocrite.
Who's to say this woman hasn't been|in love with you* for a really long time?
And now that she fou*nd you* again,|she wasn't abou*t to let you* go twice.
the first time she saw you*,
maybe she felt the way you* did|the first time you* saw Lisa.
You* remember that.
Love makes you* do crazy things.
Things in a million years|you* never thou*ght you*'d see you*rself do.
There you* are doin' it.|Can't help it.
Jesu*s Christ.|Lighten u*p, you* gu*ys.
This woman--she's a nu*t.|She's psycho.
She's cu*ckoo-bananas, all right?|End of story.
Can we change the su*bject?
I actu*ally have something|to cheer you* u*p.
Did you*, u*h, leave a note|with the bartender here a few days ago?
Yeah, I did.||How do you* know that?
'Cau*se Lisa called.
Yeah! After you* got off the phone.|She said to meet her at 3:00.
She cou*ldn't wait long, 'cau*se she had|to get on a plane to London.
W-where am l|su*pposed to meet her?
She didn't say.|She said you*'d know.
You* don't know?
I think you* know where.
It hasn't been that long, has it?
You* know, u*h...||I'll ask Tony.
Maybe he'll know something.
You* knew she was here|the whole time?
This belongs to you*.
It's from her.
"Matt. please don't think|that I'm r*unning away fr*om you.
"I was so overwhelmed|when you asked me to move in.
"I couldn't speak.
"My answer*. of cour*se. is yes.
I love you.|and can't wait to come home. "
I'm not going to apologize|for what I've done.
This is for me to live with now.
Now you* see me for who I am.
Yes, I do.
Hey. Where you* goin'?
Where you* goin'?
I knowwhere she is.
All right.|Tell me what happens.
That gu*y. He's u*m...
more drama|than a Mexican soap opera.
This is over.
- What's over?|- Us.
How can it be over?|We haven't even started yet.
I'm not who you* think I am.
I u*sed you*.
Hey, come on!
- Goin' to Wicker Park.|- Yeah, right away.
Your* attention. please.
Flight 862 service to London|is now boar*ding.
There you* are!
Where've you* been?|You*r flight got in an hou*r ago.
I've been down|to lu*ggage claim and back.
- Rebecca.|- Hey.
What's the matter?
Rou*gh flight home?
Did you* bring me back|that little Chinese dress?
- Rebecca--|- You* okay, Sweetie?
I didn't go to China.
What are you* talking abou*t?
Hi, Alex. You*'re never gonna|believe what happened.
Matthew's back in town.
I can't marry you*.
It wou*ld be a hu*ge mistake.
You*'re gonna have to help me ou*t, baby.|Did I do something wrong?
No, you* didn't--|You* didn't do anything wrong.
I've been doing something wrong|for the last two years.
I'm not...|I'm not this person.
I can't go back with you*.|I can't do this.
I was gonna meet him in the park,|bu*t he didn't show u*p.
What do you* mean?
Lisa. I've been doing some r*eally...|hor*r*ible and selfish things.
What are you* talking abou*t?
I've been keeping you apart.
When we met two years ago,|I was in love with someone else.
And she ju*st came back|into my life.
She broke my heart--|and I'm sorry!
Oh, my God.
I--Rebecca, I know...
I know that I'm still in love with her.
I ju*st--I needed you* to know.
Know what, Matthew?
That I'm not the girl|that can break you*r heart?
Wag The Dog
Waga seishun ni kuinashi 1946
Wait Until Dark CD1
Wait Until Dark CD2
Waking Ned Devine (1998)
Waking Ned Divine
Waking Up In Reno
Walk On The Moon A 1999
Walk To Remember A
Walk on Water
Walk on the Wild Side
Walking With Beasts BBC Part02 Whale Killer
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Walking and Talking 1996
Walking tall (2004)
Walking with Dinosaurs
WarGames (1983) CD1
WarGames (1983) CD2
War Game The
War Game The (author commentary)
War Hunt 1962
War Is Over The (Alain Resnais 1966)
War Lover The 1962
War Zone The
War and Peace CD1
War and Peace CD2
War of the Roses The
War of the Worlds The
War of the Worlds The (1953)
Warm Water Under a Red Bridge (Shohei Imamura 2001) CD1
Warm Water Under a Red Bridge (Shohei Imamura 2001) CD2
Warriors Of Heaven And Earth 2003 CD1
Warriors Of Heaven And Earth 2003 CD2
Warriors Of Heaven And Earth CD1
Warriors Of Heaven And Earth CD2
Washington Heights (2002)
Water Drops on Burning Rock
Waterloo 1970 CD1
Waterloo 1970 CD2
Way We Were The
Way of the Gun The
Waynes World 1992
Waynes World 2
We Are No Angels 1989
We Dont Live Here Anymore
We Were Soldiers
Weapon of War CD1
Weapon of War CD2
Wedding Planner The
Wedding Singer The
Weekend Godard 1967
Weekend at Bernies II
Weight of Water The
Weird Science CD1
Weird Science CD2
Welcome Back Mr McDonald 1997
Welcome To Mooseport
Welcome to Collinwood (2002)
Welcome to Sarajevo
Welcome to the Dollhouse
Wes Cravens New Nightmare
West Side Story CD1
West Side Story CD2
West Wing The
Whale Rider 2002
Whales Of August The 1987
What About Bob (1991)
What Dreams May Come CD1 1998
What Dreams May Come CD2 1998
What Fault Is It Of Ours 2003 CD1
What Fault Is It Of Ours 2003 CD2
What Lies Beneath CD1
What Lies Beneath CD2
What Planet Are You From
What Price Glory
What Women Want
What Women Want CD1
What Women Want CD2
What a Girl Wants
What a Way to Go 1964
Whatever Happened to Baby Jane 1962
Whatever It Takes
Whats Eating Gilbert Grapewegg CD1
Whats Eating Gilbert Grapewegg CD2
Whats Love Got To Do With It 1993
Whats New Pussycat
Whats The Worst That Could Happen
Whats Up Doc
Wheels on Meals
When A Man Loves A Woman 1994 CD1
When A Man Loves A Woman 1994 CD2
When Harry Met Sally
When I Turned Nine 2004 CD1
When I Turned Nine 2004 CD2
When Ruoma Was Seventeen 2002
When The Last Sword Is Drawn 2003 CD1
When The Last Sword Is Drawn 2003 CD2
When Will I Be Loved 2004
When the Rain Lifts 1999
When the Sky Falls
When we were kings
Where Angels Go Trouble Follows (James Neilson 1968)
Where Eagles Dare CD1
Where Eagles Dare CD2
Where The Heart Is
Where the Red Fern Grows 2003
Where the Sidewalk Ends
Whisper of the Heart
White Fang - To the Rescue
White Man Cant Jump CD1
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White Sheik The
White Sun Of The Desert 1970
White Valentine - 25fps - 1999
White Valentine 1999
Who Are You 2002 CD1
Who Are You 2002 CD2
Who Is Cletis Tout
Who framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Whole Nine Yards The
Whole ten yards The
Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf CD1
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Whos Harry Crumb
Whos That Knocking at My Door
Whos Your Daddy
Wicked - 29,970fps 1998
Wicked 1998 29,970fps
Wicked City - 1973
Wicked City 1973
Wicker Park CD1
Wicker Park CD2
Wild Bunch The
Wild Bunch The - Restored Directors Cut
Wild One The
Wind Carpet The (Kamal Tabrizi 2003)
Wind Will Carry Us The CD1
Wind Will Carry Us The CD2
Wings of Desire CD1
Wings of Desire CD2
Wizard Of Darkness
Wizard of Oz The CD1
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Women from Mars
Women in Black The
World Is Not Enough The
Worst of Ed Wood Boxed Set The