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    Re: Favorite Movies and Films

    i forgot watership down!!!
    and a dozen others i'm sure.

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    Re: Favorite Movies and Films

    I could spend a day writing down the movies I love. Some of my favorites are, in no particular order.

    American Beauty
    Donnie Darko
    Vanilla Sky
    Adaptation
    The Changling
    Alien
    Meet Joe Black
    The World According to Garp
    Se7en
    Pleasantville
    Braveheart
    True Romance
    Point Break
    Moonstruck
    Heaven Can Wait
    Stigmata

    and a gozillion others.

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    Re: Favorite Movies and Films

    I'm at work and can't remember every one of them but one of my longest running favorite top movies still is twelve monkeys.
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    Re: Favorite Movies and Films

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    Huge Quentin Tarantino fan! I love Inglorious Bastards and Pulp Fiction. Tough to choose since all his movies are awesome
    i love Tarantino! that guy can sure write some rants and banter dialogue like the Royal w/ Cheese in Pulp Fiction, Like a Virgin in Reservoir Dogs, etc. Great director too. the opening scene at the milk farm and the basement bar scene in Inglorious Basterds is so filled w/ tension (and great acting) i'm on the edge of my seat about to faint.
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    Re: Favorite Movies and Films

    Some old favorites:

    The Big Country (Gregory Peck)
    Stagecoach (John Wayne)
    Operation Petticoat (Cary Grant)

    There are plenty of others, but those are at the top of the list.

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    Fifth Element
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    Okay, I could go for days here... but I'll just list my absolute all time faves...

    Goodfellas
    Django Unchained
    Pulp Fiction
    Braveheart
    Gangs of New York
    The Departed
    Boondock Saints
    Miracle
    House of 1000 Corpses


    And some comedies I could watch a million times...

    Airplane
    Blazing Saddles
    Caddyshack
    Grandma's Boy
    Step Brothers
    The Other Guys
    Slapshot
    My Cousin Cinny


    I know I forgot some, but I think you get the point.
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    Re: Favorite Movies and Films

    Quote Originally Posted by SilentHill View Post
    i forgot watership down!!!

    I hope you don't mean the new Netflix adaptation, but rather the 1970s version with John Hurt. Absolute classic.
    \m/

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    Lot of great films already mentioned. But did I miss the mention of STAR WARS?

    I can watch anyone of them anytime, even the new Disney ones. I just can't do the prequels. I think I saw each of those only once (which was quite enough for the Clone Wars) or twice. Twice simply because I couldn't believe that it was actually that bad. But the second viewing confirmed.

    Other favorites? Evidently I share a lot with other members here. Oh, I'm a big fan of the 1986 version of Little Shop of Horrors. Word on the street was that they were going to do a remake staring Josh Gad and Rebel Wilson (gag me with a spoon!), but seems that petered out. Thank god! Some things just can't be improved on, especially by Rebel Wilson.
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