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    Top 100 movies before you die

    The ones that moved and shook you.

    Trainspotting.

    Godfather trilogy.

    Sophie's Choice.

    Pulp Fiction.

    Yeah sure there are plenty of favourite movies around but what say you/

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    Grave of the Fireflies

    Little Big Man

    Apocalypse Now

    Breakfast at Tiffany's

    Immortal Beloved

    Dr. Strangelove

    The Taste of Tea

    Memento

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    A documentary called, The Inside Job

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    I can't recall any good films, but this stinker comes to mind. I really wanted my money back after leaving the cinema.

    'Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon' - the most completely overhyped boring piece of celluloid shite ever. Every critic who drooled and slobbered over the genius of this film ought to be never allowed near a word processor again.

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    I saw it, stinky poo.

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    Oldboy.
    Sympathy for Mr Venegence.
    Sympathy for Lady Venegence.
    A Bitter Sweet Life.
    Irreversible.
    Into the Void.
    The Matix.
    Home.
    Akira.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollow View Post
    Oldboy.
    Sympathy for Mr Venegence.
    Sympathy for Lady Venegence.
    A Bitter Sweet Life.
    Irreversible.
    Into the Void.
    The Matix.
    Home.
    Akira.
    Jesus Christ, if you're into this stuff how come you avoided Blade Runner?

    Black Rain for me because after all this time it is still a very underrated movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonny danger View Post
    A documentary called, The Inside Job
    That was the de Niro flick with Ed Norton?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sentrix View Post
    Top 100 movies before you die
    I may be over-thinking this, but I can honestly say there areno movies which I feel I just have to see before I die. Maybe a few home made flicks ("The English man who went up Hino, and down on a Manami").

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    The Japanese have some great movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sentrix View Post
    That was the de Niro flick with Ed Norton?
    I think that was The Italian Job.

    I liked that movie a lot.

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    No, it was The Score with de Niro, the documentary was The Inside Job about Wall Street and haven't seen it but going to look it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sentrix View Post
    No, it was The Score with de Niro, the documentary was The Inside Job about Wall Street and haven't seen it but going to look it up.
    Thanks for the clarification.

    The movie I'm referring to is with Ed Norton. He pretends to be a janitor, with a smirk on his face (disfigured) as he plans a jewelry heist.

    This is, The Italian Job, correct?

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    No.. the italian job is Sir Michael Cane, in mini coopers.

    Shit, sorry.. I see the confusion... You are talking about the unwatchable remake? That might have Ed Norton, I don't think many people would know as I am sure anybody who has seen the original (like I'm sure most people must have) could not bring themselves to seeing the fast/furious style remake.

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