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post #61 of 79
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Originally Posted by jpeirpont
You Got Mail

Um... wow. Really?
post #62 of 79
one or two people have already said it but...

American Psycho

Ive seen the first half easily over one hundred times but the full movie only three times

The book is easily able to be read over and over as well... I'm not sure how it remains so fresh but Brett Easton Ellis is the man
post #63 of 79
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Um... wow. Really?

I know, unfortnatly. I have no idea why, I just can't help myself.
Even my girl questions this choice.
post #64 of 79
Stop Me Before I Remember Any Others!

The Razor's Edge (the original - with the scene in Sulka Paris)
The Parent Trap
My Favorite Year
Local Hero
Camille Claudel
Windwalker
Out of the Past
Crimson Pirate
Murder My Sweet
Cutter's Way
Trois Couleurs - Bleu, Blanc, Rouge
(Trintignant as a minor league Dirk Bogarde)
South Pacific
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post #65 of 79
Reservoir Dogs
Heat
The Godfather
Shawshank Redemption
Traffic
Sexy Beast
Once Upon a Time in Mexico
post #66 of 79
Thread Starter 
some older movies I rewatch: The Girl Can't Help It Don't Knock the Rock Sussho Iwai (aka The Wolves) The Yakuza Papers 1-5 other modern films that gets a lot of views: When Harry met Sally Serendipity
post #67 of 79
Jeez, I knew SOMEONE had to be watching Meg Ryan's romantic comedies over and over again, but I never would have pegged Jpeirpoint and GetSmart to be the ones doing it.

Once again, my faith in humanity is shaken to the core.
post #68 of 79
i watched most of Ferris Bueller again today, because it was on the tube.

And last night I caught a little of Airplane!, which reminded me it's one of the all-time great quotable comedies.
post #69 of 79
breakfast club ferris beuller some kind of wonderful animal house planes trains & automobiles top secret
post #70 of 79
yeah i dont really tire of Ferris either.
post #71 of 79
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Once again, my faith in humanity is shaken to the core.

haha first time I saw that movie was when it first came out in theaters and it was with a chick that had a foot tall blue mohawk.

+1 on Some Kind of Wonderful and Breakfast Club, my 2 fave John Hughes films
post #72 of 79
Swimming With Sharks
American Psycho
Office Space
post #73 of 79
When i was younger it was Commando. The action, the dialogue. They don't make 'em like they used to.
post #74 of 79
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Originally Posted by Homme
When i was younger it was Commando. The action, the dialogue. They don't make 'em like they used to.

Commando has dialogue?
post #75 of 79
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday
Commando has dialogue?

you gotta be kidding me, commando has THE BEST dialogues!!

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Cooke: You scared motherfucker? Well you should be because this green beret is going to kick your big ass.
Matrix: I eat green berets for breakfast. And right now I'm very hungry.
Cindy: I can't believe this macho bullshit.

Quote:
Sully: Here's twenty dollars to get some beers in Val Verde. It'll give us all a little more time with your daughter.
Henriques: Heh.
Matrix: You're a funny man, Sully, I like you. That's why I'm going to kill you last.

Quote:
Cindy: You steal my car, you rip the seat out, you kidnap me, you ask me to help you find your daughter which I very kindly do, and then you get me involved in a shoot out where people are dying and there's blood spurting all over the place, and then I watch you rip a phone booth out of a wall, swing from the ceiling like Tarzan, and then there's a cop that's going to shoot you and I save you and they start chasing me. Are you going to tell me what's going on or what?
Matrix: No.

Quote:
Matrix: A guy I trusted for years wants me dead.
Cindy: I've only known you five minutes and I want you dead, too.
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