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Post your five favorite films and I will mock and generalize you

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Bona Drag, Apr 6, 2009.

  1. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim Senior member

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    You are a sick f*cker, and a man after my own heart. Congratulations.
     
  2. Sesame Seed

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    It's no House of Games or Spartan, but it's got some of the sharpest (and funniest) dialogue Mamet has ever written. Great cast too.

    Also, my list got skipped (understandable). Fuuma, you can do it!


    Spartan?

    Mamet is at the top of his game with: The Spanish Prisoner, House of Games, State and Main, Oleanna, and maybe, Homicide. Spartan was shit.
     
  3. Tokyo Slim

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    The only Mamet penned movies I give a flying crap about are GlenGarry Glen Ross, Redbelt (to an extent) and Ronin.
     
  4. Lachy

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    The Blues Brothers
    Dogma
    Pulp Fiction
    The Big Lebowski
    Commando


    This should be interesting [​IMG]
     
  5. LabelKing

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    I will only choose 4:

    Happy Together
    The Night Porter
    8 1/2
    The Servant
     
  6. Tangfastic

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    Kind hearts and Coronets
    Dune
    The Company of Wolves
    The Wedding Singer
    After Hours
     
  7. Joffrey

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    Gladiator
    Lawrence of Arabia
    Blade Runner
    Michael Clayton
    The Godfather
     
  8. Vito

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    My Top Five, at the moment:

    Diner
    The Hustler
    Fandango
    The Godfather
    Cinderella Man
     
  9. Gradstudent78

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    High Fidelity
    Office Space
    Fight Club
    Sword of Doom (japanese)
    Star Wars (original trilogy)
     
  10. Kas

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    Godfather 1-3
    Fight Club
    American Psycho
    Cocktail
    Lord of War
     
  11. FashionIQ

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    Eternal Sunshine
    Zelig
    Remember the Titans
    Princess Bride
    Requiem for a Dream
     
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    2001: A Space Odyssey Innocence Magnolia Mononoke-hime The Matrix
     
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    Logan's Run was good.
     
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    "Wild Strawberries"
    "The double Life of Veronique"
    "Unbearable lightness of being"
    "Brazil"
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    "Barfly"
    "Unfinished piece for mechanical piano"
     

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