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    Pulp Fiction
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    Starwars (all of them I-VI)
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    Don't forget about the classic and awarding winning film starring America's sweetheart....Paris Hilton.

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    ^ that movie did NOT meet the hype. She's not actually that hot....the most impressive part was that rock and roll singer's huge schlong! (hang on, am I thinking of some other vid with a blonde, surgically-enhanced, yankee slag in it?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by buddahas View Post
    Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
    Great little film, P.S.Hoffman is great!
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    Way too many to list, but a mini-list would be, depending on my current thought pattern:
    Network (1978)
    Saving Private Ryan (1998)
    The Godfather I and II (1972 and 1974 respectively)
    Some Like it Hot (1959)
    Animal House (1978)
    Repo Man (1984)
    Gladiator (2000)
    Cleopatra (1963)
    High Fidelity (2000)
    Braveheart (1995)
    Casablanca (1942)
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    Sorry, I've only got a few...
    Pulp Fiction
    Snatch
    Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels
    Sin City
    Se7en
    Bad Santa
    Fight Club
    Animal House
    Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back
    The Usual Suspects
    Trainspotting
    Fargo
    Raising Arizona
    Ground Hog Day
    From Dusk Till Dawn
    Casino
    Goodfellas
    Blow
    Catch Me If You Can
    Carlito's Way
    40 Year Old Virgin
    Knocked Up
    The Terminator (1-3)
    The Wizard of Oz
    Palookaville
    The Green Mile
    Shawshank Redemption
    The Road Warrior
    Payback
    Lucky Number Slevin
    Die Hard (1 & 3)
    Gladiator
    This Is Spinal Tap
    Repo Man
    Toxic Avenger
    The Blues Brothers
    Bad Lieutenant
    Natural Born Killers
    Platoon
    Big Fish
    Things to do in Denver When You're Dead
    True Romance
    Blue Velvet
    Colors
    Midnight Run
    King Kong
    Psycho
    American Psycho
    Shaun of the Dead
    Shallow Grave
    City of the Lost Children
    Dark City
    12 Monkeys
    A Clockwork Orange
    Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas
    Full Metal Jacket
    Trains Planes & Automobiles
    The Departed
    Copland
    Rain Man
    Team America
    BASEketball
    Pee Wee's Big Adventure

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    The Railway Children.

    Always good. The Parsonage at Haworth. The Worth Valley Railway. Jenny Agutter.

    And Bernard Cribbins. As a kid I wanted to be Bernard Cribbins. I would have rocked.

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    The Big Lebowski is the one movie I've watched over and over and I never get tired of it. It's got so many great characters and lines. Every time I watch it I see something I didn't notice before. Besides my favorite Coen Brothers best movie, it's also the best roles both Jeff Bridges and John Goodman have ever played. It's just like far out man! "Shut the fuck up, Donnie!"



    By the way, did a few posts on this thread get deleted? It smells like censorship around here to me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by robsam View Post
    It smells like censorship around here to me!
    Must have been a virus from T-Visa

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    Movie 1

    Movie 2

    Movie 3

    Seen them all several times. I especially loved the 3rd scene in Movie 3. The main actor really had a way of making you think about the situation in a unique way.

    Movie 1 is special because of the bizarre application of everyday objects as sinister tools.

    As for Movie 2 .. What can I say? The supporting actress's interaction with the villain is watchable over and over.

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    I watched no country for old men again last night - I think I enjoyed it more 2nd time around - maybe because I understood the story and I could pay closer attention to the dialogue - some of which is really quite profound - in fact overall the story is really bleak and I could 'see' McCarthy's writing in it. Last time it was a shocking, violent killing story - this time it was more a parable of modern times where evil is fordced upon the good and/or innocent whether they like it or not - (the numerous collateral deaths) until eventually you just give up and walk away (ie the sheriff retires to nothing at all). A good rendition of a good book.

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    ^ Crikey Slim! What are you doing? A WHOLE paragraph of intelligent review! Where's your moronic "comment-less" boring "list" or linked movie poster image? Don't you know the rules of this thread?

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