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  • #16
    wow where to begin

    1. south park bigger longer and uncut

    2. saw

    3. saw 2

    4. signs

    5. halloween

    6. friday the 13th

    7. nightmare on elm street

    8. anchorman the legend of ron burgundy

    9. texas chainsaw massacre. the old one not the gay new one.

    10. scary movie 1.
    the space that is mine



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    • #17
      In no particular order:

      ~Pirates of the Carribean
      ~Breakfast Club
      ~Cinderella Man
      ~Heathers
      ~The Crow
      ~The Outsiders
      ~Grumpy Old Men
      ~The original Charlie & the Chocolate Factory
      ~Dawn of the Dead
      ~West Side Story


      The List could go on.....but those are the top ones that it don't matter how many times I see them, they're still as good as the first time.


      Further down the line....

      ~Pet Cemetary
      ~The Shining....the original and the newer version
      ~Rose Red
      ~The Langoliers
      Seeing a pattern here?
      Ready for the friggen season already!

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Giveemlove


        Further down the line....

        ~Pet Cemetary
        ~The Shining....the original and the newer version
        ~Rose Red
        ~The Langoliers
        Seeing a pattern here?
        Ummm....... they're all movie titles with 2 words?? .

        Tell me about The Langoliers. I enjoyed the book, but somehow haven't managed to see the movie.
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        • #19
          In no particular order

          - ORIGINAL Star Wars trilogy - Seeing Star Wars at the flicks when I was 5 is still one of my powerful childhood memories

          - Alien - One of the best horror films ever

          - Lord Of The Rings trilogy - This isn't really a trilogy, but one really lomg film, and, IMO a fantastic visualisation of Tolkien's world.

          - Man On Fire - Should have used the alternate ending though

          - Highlander - Great idea, good action, fantastic soundtrack, shame about the sequels though

          - Terminator - OK, it left us stuck with Arnie, but an amazing film that's aged very well

          - Star Trek II:The Wrath Of Khan - Far & away the best of the ST movies, great pace to it, fantastic battles, and Ricardo Montalban is superb as Khan

          - The Matrix - Great movie, but should have been left alone.

          - On Her Majesty's Secret Service - I think it's a real shame that Lazenby didn't get another crack at Bond, I thought he was great in this one, and the ending even almost moves me to tears

          - Blazing Saddles - Problem for Mel Brooks, after this (and The Producers), everything else seems tame in comparison. everything a comedy should be, slapstick & completely non-PC

          These can (and do) change somewhat, dependng on what sort of mood I'm in, but some of these have ben my favourites for 20+ years, and I keep coming back to them, so that must say something (Although I'm not sure if that's about the films or me )
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          • #20
            Dead Man Walking
            The Pianist
            The Chronicles of Narnia
            The Passion of the Christ
            The Incredibles
            Ray
            Calendar Girls
            Shawshank Redemption
            Iesu
            Seven years in Tibet

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            • #21
              Here's mine:


              1. Leon: The Professional
              2. Sin City
              2. Blue Velvet
              3. V For Vendetta (I LOVED THAT MOVIE!)
              4. Lord of the Rings Films
              5. Star Wars Movie Franchise (VI, II, III, V, IV, I)
              6. Braveheart
              7. Schindler's List
              8. La Vita E Bella (Life is Beautiful)
              9. Alexander
              10. Kingdom of Heaven
              The Browns are gone; I'm not a fan of the Impostors

              The real Browns are in Baltimore, see?

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              • #22
                hmmm. . .

                almost impossible to narrow it down to just ten (even cheating and counting a trilogy as just one. . . ): i'll try not to exceed that limit by too much. . . .


                the godfather-- my all-time favorite

                the star wars trilogy

                shawshank redemption-- love seeing it on so many other lists!

                fear of a black hat

                american beauty

                where the buffalo roam

                braveheart

                friday

                almost famous

                office space

                pump up the volume

                carlito's way
                Officially Objectified by the GPA

                rest in peace, darrent williams and damien nash-- you will be missed!!

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Dawgfan
                  Here's mine:


                  1. Leon: The Professional
                  2. Sin City
                  2. Blue Velvet
                  3. V For Vendetta (I LOVED THAT MOVIE!)
                  4. Lord of the Rings Films
                  5. Star Wars Movie Franchise (VI, II, III, V, IV, I)
                  6. Braveheart
                  7. Schindler's List
                  8. La Vita E Bella (Life is Beautiful)
                  9. Alexander
                  10. Kingdom of Heaven

                  whoa, whoa, whoa...hold on. I don't usually do this but since I'm looking at your list and I'm seeing some pretty amazing movies that I agree are brilliant, I can't help but notice you have Alexander on there. That is easily the WORST movie I have ever seen in my life. It's the only movie I've ever walked out on... It's also the reason I'm skeptical about "World Trade Center" because Oliver Stone hasn't impressed me much lately. God, that movie was horrible.

                  How can you put Life is Beautiful and then list Alexander? I'm baffled.

                  Anyway my list:

                  1. Gladiator
                  2. Top Gun
                  3. The Boondock Saints
                  4. Batman
                  5. Walk the Line

                  I'm only going to put 5 for now because my list fluctuates too much and I know I'll end up changing my mind about what my top 10 are.
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