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Movie. Not plural...

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Eric, Mar 15, 2006.

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    Yeah! I'm going to get really angry and go listen to some Rage Against the Machine in my room!

    Don't rage against the machine, rage against the Norris.
     
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    Aargh, just one...


    OK, fine. Rounders.
     
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    Thomas Crown Affair. Not McQueen's version.

    Then,

    Lawrence of Arabia, Out of Africa, Arthur, any Connery Bond (okay, maybe not Diamonds are Forever), Batman Begins, Brideshead Revisited, Garden State, Love Actually, Henry V, any Thin Man movie, City of God, North by Northwest, To Catch a Thief, Good Will Hunting.
     
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    Thomas Crown Affair. Not McQueen's version.

    Then,

    Lawrence of Arabia, Out of Africa, Arthur, any Connery Bond (okay, maybe not Diamonds are Forever), Batman Begins, Brideshead Revisited, Garden State, Love Actually, Henry V, any Thin Man movie, City of God, North by Northwest, To Catch a Thief, Good Will Hunting.


    Hahaha! I knew it was only a matter of time...

    Dorian, your favorite movie of all time should be "Rebel without a Cause"

    Eric
     
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    The Wrestling Women vs. The Aztec Mummy.

    Seriously.
     
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    Hahaha! I knew it was only a matter of time...

    Dorian, your favorite movie of all time should be "Rebel without a Cause"

    Eric


    Why do I get the sense that we've met in person before? [​IMG]

    Add to that list, Legends of the Fall and Meet Joe Black. [​IMG]

    This thread was, after all, simply a test to see who would crack first, listing favorite movies, right?
     
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    Hard to go with one, but right now I'd pick Collateral. Neo-noir with great style, action, and cinematography.
     
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    BTW: for lovers of Metropolitan, it just came out on DVD in Feb.

    Can't recall if people were talking about it here or on AAAC.
     
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    Oh, ok fine:

    Gloomy Sunday: Ein Lied von Liebe und Tod

    It's absolutely spectacular, and I've met Erika Marozsán in real life. [​IMG]

    Jon.
     
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    Tombstone, no question.
     
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    Withnail and I

    "We want the finest wines available to humanity. We want them here and we want them now."
     
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    Pulp Fiction.


    No... Double Indemnity.



    No.......oh nevermind. One is impossible.
     
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    Waking Life, because it is essentially a series of dense essays in movie form, but remains fascinating throughout

    oh and it's also the most visually unique movie ever
     
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    Trainspotting.

    Honorable mention to Goodfellas for making me toss a mental coin several times over the decision.
     
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    DocHolliday, you have got to check out Deadwood if you haven't already. Powers Boothe is even cooler in Deadwood than he was in Tombstone.
     
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    Anyone know of Being There?
     
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    DocHolliday, you have got to check out Deadwood if you haven't already. Powers Boothe is even cooler in Deadwood than he was in Tombstone.

    I've seen bits and pieces, but I haven't sat down and really watched it. I'll add it to my Netflix queue right now.
     

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