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post #61 of 134
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post
Let the Right One In
My Fair Lady
Sabrina (1954)
Run Lola Run
300

You're a troll mascarading as an innocent teenager. Your lame attempt at appearing gay would not fool one of the chosen one, as Rach.
post #62 of 134
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Originally Posted by Chase Hamilton View Post
Smiles of a Summer Night

The Bicycle Thief

Le Notti di Cabiria

Rashômon

Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla




Kind Regards,


Chase

You only watch movies from the criterion collection and laugh at people who can't read subtitles. You're the kinda guy that see only the highlights in museum and then try to act like he knows an artist because he's seen his two major works.
post #63 of 134
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Originally Posted by theguy View Post
top 5 (at the moment) no specific order

fear and loathing
Goldfinger
children of men
Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead
apocalypse now

You're the kind of guy that hangs around in college bars wearing a shell necklace and highlighted hair, you're not fooling anyone, the girls can see your bald spot and they know your recent divorce made you hungry like the wolf. You think Dave Matthews band is groovy.
post #64 of 134
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Originally Posted by Aperipan View Post
In no particular order:

1. Pink Flamingo
2. Harold and Maude
3. Emmanuel
4. The great Ziegfeld ( there's a connection to my profile pic, guess?)
5. Beyond the valley of the dolls

Hahaha, you're so perfectly ironic everyone but you have figured by now that it's your real trashy taste you're trying to hide under this umbrella. Stop the charade.
post #65 of 134
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Originally Posted by celery View Post
Rock 'n' Rolla
The Court Jester
The Return of The King (LOTR)
The Matrix (first one only)
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Apparently I like movies with "The" in the title.


Bonus 5 because I really want to include them:

Snatch
Love Actually
Eurotrip (I hate matt for liking this too)
Monty Python's Life of Brian (Quest For The Holy Grail is a close second to this one)
Formula 51

Thinking is hard, you've thankfully given up on it and now live a life of bliss.
post #66 of 134
In no order:


Godfather I
Constantine
Highlander
Snatch
Sideways
post #67 of 134
Can someone help me out, so many posts. Maybe Tokyo slim now that he has been judged...
post #68 of 134
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Can someone help me out, so many posts. Maybe Tokyo slim now that he has been judged...

You can't quit the mocking, just when I post! Stop holding the Plains of Abraham against me!
post #69 of 134
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post
You can't quit the mocking, just when I post! Stop holding the Plains of Abraham against me!

I haven't even finished page three. You're obviously some SFiction nerd who grew up anyway so you know how it's gonna play. Constantine was fucking entertaining which really surprised me. I'm not very big on SF, pure action and fantasy.
post #70 of 134
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
I haven't even finished page three. You're obviously some SFiction nerd who grew up anyway so you know how it's gonna play. Constantine was fucking entertaining which really surprised me. I'm not very big on SF, pure action and fantasy.

Not nearly mocking enough. And FWIW, I never grew up
post #71 of 134
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post
Not nearly mocking enough. And FWIW, I never grew up

That wasn't the review just how I'll approach it.
post #72 of 134
The Yacoubian Building
Les Baisers voles
North by Northwest
Leon the Professional
Les Valseuses
post #73 of 134
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Originally Posted by Chase Hamilton View Post
Smiles of a Summer Night

The Bicycle Thief

Le Notti di Cabiria

Rashômon

Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla




Kind Regards,


Chase


Quote:
Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
You only watch movies from the criterion collection and laugh at people who can't read subtitles. You're the kinda guy that see only the highlights in museum and then try to act like he knows an artist because he's seen his two major works.



You have me about figured out, Fuuma. I thought Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla would kinda ground the whole thing...


--Chase
post #74 of 134
I will do some later when I get home.
post #75 of 134
Billy Madison
City of God
Wet Hot American Summer
Do the Right Thing
Groundhog Day
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