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    Re: Favorite Movies and Films

    Quote Originally Posted by JRLongton View Post
    I hope you don't mean the new Netflix adaptation, but rather the 1970s version with John Hurt. Absolute classic.
    that's the one I meant for sure, haven't seen the remake yet. Was it any good?
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    Re: Favorite Movies and Films

    Quote Originally Posted by AbsoluteApril View Post
    that's the one I meant for sure, haven't seen the remake yet. Was it any good?
    Overlong with not-in-the-book filler and not well done. Very UGLY animation.

    I really like that story and didn't care for this adaptation at all.
    \m/

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    Re: Favorite Movies and Films

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodie View Post
    Huge Quentin Tarantino fan! I love Inglorious Bastards and Pulp Fiction. Tough to choose since all his movies are awesome
    Pulp Fiction was one of only a few movies that I saw twice in a row, and the only movie I saw three times in one day. I saw the first showing on opening day at a theater in La Jolla, California. I was so blown away that as soon as the movie ended, I walked out to the lobby, bought a ticket for a second showing, and went back in. I spent most of the day watching that movie and being in awe. Later that evening I was telling my girlfriend and friend about it and we all ended up going to a showing that night. I had seen Reservoir Dogs for the first time only about a month or so earlier so I was aware of what Tarantino was capable of, but I was not prepared for the impact that movie would have on me.

    I was 24 when that movie came out, and today at 48, I'm still a stand for Pulp Fiction. In fact, I still use my "Bad Motherf--ker" wallet to this day.

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    Re: Favorite Movies and Films

    Quote Originally Posted by Craiga 01453 View Post
    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.
    Is My Cousin Cinny a sequel to My Cousin Vinny?

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    Re: Favorite Movies and Films

    Quote Originally Posted by Skeptiball View Post
    Pulp Fiction was one of only a few movies that I saw twice in a row, and the only movie I saw three times in one day. I saw the first showing on opening day at a theater in La Jolla, California. I was so blown away that as soon as the movie ended, I walked out to the lobby, bought a ticket for a second showing, and went back in. I spent most of the day watching that movie and being in awe. Later that evening I was telling my girlfriend and friend about it and we all ended up going to a showing that night. I had seen Reservoir Dogs for the first time only about a month or so earlier so I was aware of what Tarantino was capable of, but I was not prepared for the impact that movie would have on me.

    I was 24 when that movie came out, and today at 48, I'm still a stand for Pulp Fiction. In fact, I still use my "Bad Motherf--ker" wallet to this day.

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    Itís hard to choose, because different movies cover different needs. Maybe Lord if the Rings if I am allowed to have the whole trilogy, although even then itís probably tied with Spirited Away.

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    That's the nice thing about threads like this. We can be reminded of all those great movies we've seen but haven't thought about in a while, like Spirited Away.
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    Re: Favorite Movies and Films

    Quote Originally Posted by Skeptiball View Post
    Is My Cousin Cinny a sequel to My Cousin Vinny?
    Hahaha, yup!!! It's about a Cinnamon BP
    ...life is beautiful...

    "Every man dies, not every man really lives"
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    "If I can't be my own, I'd feel better dead"
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    Hahaha, yup!!! It's about a Cinnamon BP

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    this is a beautifully acted and perfect scene from my 2018 fav film:

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