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megametalgreymon

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1 movie is difficult

the best 10 or so would be

pulp fiction

the shawshank redemption

police story

the big hit

fight club

gladiator

from dusk till dawn

falling down

and probabbly some others ive forgotton

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like these

wayne world/waynes world 2

the god of gamblers/return of the god of gambers/legend of the god of gamblers

new dragon gate inn

reservior dogs

*edit 2

and these

fast and the furious

gone in 60 seconds

mall rats

jay and silent bob strike back (mall rats sequal incase you dont know)

(Edited by megametalgreymon at 12:09 am on Nov. 30, 2001)
 

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Some of these movies are crap, except 3 or so, though watch them even if they are crap, to see how bad they are.

Termimnator 1 or 2

remeber the Titans

Harry Poter (it was a very good translation from book to movie)

Ratrace

The Little Rascals

Big Daddy

Big Mommas House

Billy Madson

megametalgreymon: do you like Digimon ? it seems you got your nick from it ;)
 

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Favorite movie? That would be Dr. Strangelove: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. Kind of a long title. It's a mid-60's flick directed by Stanley Kubrick, and it's a comedy about the nuclear bomb during the cold war age... very strange stuff. The character of Dr. Strangelove just absolutely rocks.
 

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i would have to agree with captain crazy, Rat race is a great movie! i also like remember the Titans, but some other favorites are dumb and dumber, tommy boy, Beverly Hills ninja (as you can see i like hilariously stupid movies) and as far as drama goes, the green mile was an amazing movie
 

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Quote: from RadSil on 11:21 am on Nov. 29, 2001

Favorite movie? That would be Dr. Strangelove: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. Kind of a long title. It's a mid-60's flick directed by Stanley Kubrick, and it's a comedy about the nuclear bomb during the cold war age... very strange stuff. The character of Dr. Strangelove just absolutely rocks.

That would have to be one of the blackest pieces of celluloid ever. It is an amazing film, but oh so dark.
 

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Quote: from gofamon on 11:13 pm on Nov. 28, 2001

Orgazmo!!!!
Holy crap! Your fave flick is Orgazmo? It was funny, but I woulda never thought anyone would like it that much.

Me fave depends on me mood. Here's some I'm always down to see again:

The Lost Weekend

Barfly

Ed Wood

God Of Gamblers Returns

Tricky Business

Blade Runner

Big Trouble In Little China

Escape From New York

Reservoir Dogs

Fight Club

Army Of Darkness

and get this one...

An American In Paris

don't that just throw the f***ing #### out of ya?
 

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Well I dont know if its my FAVORITE movie, but I just don't remember laughing that hard at any other movies
 

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In no particular order:

The Hudsucker Proxy

Akira (I wouldn't be a bit surprised if 90% of the people who absolutely refuse to watch dubs did so because of Akira...)

Army of Darkness

Star Wars Trilogy (the, erm... "second" one)

The Princess Bride

Robocop

Planet of the Apes (1968, not 2001)

Babylon 5 (Yeah, TV series, I know.)
 

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Battleship Potemkin

I know...I know...nobody has ever heard of it. But I love that film.
 

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I loved princess bride so much as a kid watching it on the tv that i actually wrote a book on it for an elementary school project.

I like Planes, Trains, and Automobiles too.

American in Paris is my fav too

so is The Great Gatsby <--one of my fav. all time best books...

Die Hard 3

Matrix

Indiana Jones Triology

Star Wars Triology

...the list goes on...i have so many....buup...??
 

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All time:

Army of Darkness

O Brother Where Art Thou

Transformers

The Crow

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

Disney's Hamlet, aka The Lion King

Grave of Fireflies

The Gift

The Doom Generation

Some recent faves:

The Empty Mirror

Remember the Titans

Apocalypse Now Redux

Knight's Tale

Bridget Jones' Diary (#### good for a chick-flick)

What Lies Beneath

Pitch Black

Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within

Some recent ones that were really good, but not going up on any fave list:

Made

Pootie Tang

Marky Mark on Monkey World

The Crow: Salvation (huge improvement over COA)

(Edited by VertigoXX at 11:48 am on Nov. 29, 2001)
 

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Terminator 2, Final Fantasy (big surprise there ;)), Terminator, and Breakfast Club.

(Edited by Cloud121 at 5:14 pm on Nov. 29, 2001)
 

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Quote: from JCTango on 4:54 am on Nov. 29, 2001

I loved princess bride so much as a kid watching it on the tv that i actually wrote a book on it for an elementary school project.
####, Reminds me when I was in 2nd grade, my class had to write a book about a witch chasing some persion. well I didnt pay attention, so I wrote a Diffrent story, (About a murder) and it was good, not too bloody eather, would make a good movie.

(Edited by Captian Crazy at 5:18 pm on Nov. 29, 2001)
 
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