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post #16 of 79
Heat
The Long Riders
Tombstone
No Country For Old Men
The Godfather Part 2
Carlito's Way
Casblanca
The Adventures of Robin Hood
The Killer
Hard Boiled
Terminator 2
The Outlaw Josey Wales
Mulholland Dr.
L.A. Confidential
The Last of The Mohicans

Those are just some off the top of my head.
post #17 of 79
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Lord Of The Rings
Big Lebowski
The Good The Bad and The Ugly

For anyone in NYC, Big Lebowski playing in Landmark Sunshine at 12am Nov 23rd-26th. Should be fun watching it on the big screen.
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Mulholland Dr.

Really? I liked the movie but cant see myself watching it more then once.
post #18 of 79
Super Troopers
post #19 of 79
Thread Starter 
Oh, thanks for reminding me:

Club Dread
post #20 of 79
great thread skip!!

goodfellas
kill bill 1 and 2
shawshank redemption
casino
the departed
fight club

more later as i think of them
post #21 of 79
Hot Fuzz
Die Hard
In Bruges
La Haine
Donnie Darko
post #22 of 79

The first movie that came to my mind was Coming to America.  Why?  I don't know..

post #23 of 79
Instead of whole movies, I find myself watching individual scenes over and over and over on YouTube like:

1. The opening credits for "Mean Streets."

2. The home movie montage in "Raging Bull."

3. The ferris wheel scene in "The Third Man."

and yes

4. The helicopter scene from "Superman."
post #24 of 79
^ I think my scene would be the bank robbery in Heat (and its subsequent "copy" in GTA 4; that was such a fun mission)
post #25 of 79
Gladiator
post #26 of 79
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Hot Fuzz
Die Hard
In Bruges
La Haine
Donnie Darko

Yes
Yes
HELL NO!!!!
Yes
Hell yes

In Bruges was a pretentious, poorly written piece of crap.
post #27 of 79
The Matrix (my favourite movie and I've seen it three times in one day before; it's too polished to get old)
The Big Lebowski (this is the only film on earth that truly and literally "gets better every single time you watch it")
A Clockwork Orange
Silence of the Lambs
Jurassic Park (pure awe in movie form)
Yellow Submarine (lots of my fav Beatles songs and hallucinogenic animation)
Double Indemnity
The Big Sleep (screenplay by Faulkner based on a Chandler novel, hence some of the best dialogue ever put in a movie)
Indiana Jones 1-2-3
Star Wars IV-V-VI
My Fair Lady (Rex Harrison is the fucking man)
The Adventures of Robin Hood (Errol Flynn/Olivia de Havilland/Basil Rathbone version)
Casablanca
The Rock (Michael Bay's only triumph)
No Country For Old Men
Starship Troopers
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The Rock (Michael Bay's only triumph)

I don't think the movie's success had anything to do with Michael Bay. He is pretty terrible and makes his movies look like garbage. Nic Cage saved the Rock, and every movie he's ever been in. I will watch anything with him in it.
post #29 of 79
I love the rock. Michael Biehn is the man.
post #30 of 79
Thread Starter 
Losers always whine about doing their best. Winners go home and fuck the prom queen.
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