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Old 09-27-02, 04:46 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Spidey will go down in history as one of the greatest. I LOVE that movie!

Off the top of my head... The Shining, One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest, Deliverance, Some Like it Hot, Unforgiven, Apocalapse Now, Moonstruck (don't laugh), The Good the Bad and the Ugly, and more recently, The Others...

So many good movies to list!
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Again you people forget the true classics.

The Princess Bride, and Labrynth.

Two of the best movies ever made.
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Lord of the Rings: Fellowship, T.T. and ROTK when they come out...

Princess Bride...good pick Syst3m
Rudy
Slap shot
Varsity Blues
Major Leauge
Bull Durham

I am Sam...it's a real tear jerker
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This is Spinal Tap
Waiting For Guffman
Best in Show

3 of the most original and funny movies on the planet earth.
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Again you people forget the true classics.

The Princess Bride, and Labrynth.

Two of the best movies ever made.
Ahem ahem... who forgot what?
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I would have to say: Waynes World 1&2, silence of the lambs, 8mm, the mummy, friday the 13th, Charlie and the choclate factory, austin powers, ace ventura, etc....
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ooooooooooooooooo I can't believe I forgot list Silence of the Lambs!
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Old 09-27-02, 12:03 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Indiana jones (good films), blade 1&2, pulp fiction, reservoir dogs, the frighteners (michael j fox), IT, stand by me, tin cup, all of the lethal wepons, the bone collector, LOTR, naked guns, and alot more comedies,I had a long time to watch movies when i was on a lengthy (2 years) sick leave.
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I forgot all about Stephen Kings IT, and American History x. Both are awesome
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Old 09-27-02, 01:30 PM   #25 (permalink)
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rather than write a big list i'll just say inked you must readin my mind those are pretty much the movies i would pick.right on
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Old 09-27-02, 02:02 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Here I go!

As some of you know, i have a degree in Film Making. So hoere is my list...

1. Aliens
2. Pulp Fiction
3. Apocolypse Now
4. Full Metal Jacket
5. Slap Shot

BUT..... The greatest film ever is "Leolo:because I dream". This was a Canadian film directed by Jean Claude Lauzon, who was killed 5 years ago in a plane crash. I highly recommend if you can find it, RENT IT! It will astound you! If your in Edmonton, stop by the store and you can borrow my copy.

Here are some more "classics"
Nightmare on Elm St.
The Warriors
On Golden Pond
Suicide Kings
War Games
A Clockwork Orange
RoboCop
Wierd science
Unforgiven
Platoon
The Cook, The Thief, his wife, her lover
Heavy Metal
Reservior Dogs
The Dead Pool

just to name a few!

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My all time favorite movies are American History X and Billy Madisson!
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Oh God, I can't believe I forgot Stanley (sorry Stanley, you are missed)!!! That's a definate favorite, especially A Clockwork Orange and I must admit that I truly liked Eyes Wide Shut, but I could tell he wasn't directing. Still good though. And yes, Full Metal Jacket too, fabulous movie and Platoon (Adagio for Strings by Barber which is used in the movie, is one of my favorite pieces and is my fav by an American composer.)

Thanks for the memories Damien! Good Stuff!

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blackhawk down
pulp fiction
american history x
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American History X is going to one of the classics when it comes to movies that deal with Racism. It got a lot of flack when it was in the theatres because of some of the scenes, but i think it was brilliantly written. I see some people also mentioned Stand By Me, i think i have seen that movie about 3000 times. Another great flick. Damien, you listed "The Warriors" I thought i was the only the one that remembered that movie, i was going to list then thought maybe no one would know it. Another great one. There are soo many good movies that it is hard to list them, but im gonna try and list some of my favorites..

Sports Movies:

SlapShot
The Program
Rudy
Youngblood
Varsity Blues
Bull Durham
Major League
Field Of Dreams

Gangster/Jailhouse types:

Blood In Blood Out
Menace II Society
New Jersey Drive
Carlito's Way
Casino
Goodfellas
Scarface
American Me
Zebrahead
Belly
The Warriors

Comedy:

Sandler Movies
Kevin Smith Movies
Not Another Teen Movie (it was actually funny)
Scary Movie 2 (Had its moments)
American Pie 1/2
The Wood
Friday
The Next Friday

War Movies:

Biloxi Blues
The Thin Red Line
Saving Private Ryan
The Patriot..

There are sooo many more......
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