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Your Greatest Movie of all time?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Rugger, Apr 24, 2011.

  1. WUKILLABEEZ78

    WUKILLABEEZ78 Well-Known Member

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    Hard for me to choose just one as well. "Ronin" ranks high on my list. "The Outlaw Josey Wales" very well might be number one. I also like Sergio Leone's "Man With No Name Trilogy" as well. "Blood In Blood Out" (Bound By Honor) was really good too and extremely underrated. "Saturday Night Fever" and "Urban Cowboy" are favorites as well. I'll complete my greatest movie list with "Top Gun", "Love Jones" and "Love And Basketball"...
     
  2. suited

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    Ted Danson, aside from being insanely rich, is a lucky dude.


    Everything is heaven with him. The piece of gum he had - Oh this is heaven. Had a taste of a chocolate bar - I'm in heaven. A parking space is heaven. It's all heaven.
     
  3. GQgeek

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    Everything is heaven with him. The piece of gum he had - Oh this is heaven. Had a taste of a chocolate bar - I'm in heaven. A parking space is heaven. It's all heaven.
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  4. Biggskip

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    I'd encourage anyone ripping on Back To The Future 3 to re-watch it. It's really not a bad movie, and it's a great capper to the trilogy. Nothing is as good as #1, but Zemeckis and Bob Gale really get to pay off a lot of stuff in #3.

    Arguably tied for spot #1 would be Annie Hall. It's both hilarious and brilliant. One of the only comedies to ever win best picture, it really demonstrates that drama heightens comedy. The laughter is that much deeper when you actually care about the characters.


    The Christopher Walken role kills me. That look in his face as he's driving the car is priceless.

    Hard for me to choose just one as well. "Ronin" ranks high on my list. "The Outlaw Josey Wales" very well might be number one. I also like Sergio Leone's "Man With No Name Trilogy" as well. "Blood In Blood Out" (Bound By Honor) was really good too and extremely underrated. "Saturday Night Fever" and "Urban Cowboy" are favorites as well. I'll complete my greatest movie list with "Top Gun", "Love Jones" and "Love And Basketball"...

    Wow that's quite a list you have.

    Everything is heaven with him. The piece of gum he had - Oh this is heaven. Had a taste of a chocolate bar - I'm in heaven. A parking space is heaven. It's all heaven.

    What's the deal with this? Is this how he is in interviews or something?
     
  5. suited

    suited Senior member

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    The Christopher Walken role kills me. That look in his face as he's driving the car is priceless.



    Wow that's quite a list you have.



    What's the deal with this? Is this how he is in interviews or something?


    It's from curb - first season second episode.
     
  6. Fraiche

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    The Matrix.


    (Also helped that I didn't see any trailers for the movie or even know about it's existence.)
     
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    RegisDB9 Rico Suave

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    The one movie that the black guy actually survived
     
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    Casablanca. Must have seen it 50 times.
     
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    My favorite would be American Psycho. Christian Bale is an amazing actor.
     
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    My favorite would be American Psycho. Christian Bale is an amazing actor.
    Love that movie... But Fight Club takes the cake for me
     
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    Network The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover The Conversation Spoorloos (original The Vanishing) has haunted me since I saw it.
     
  15. baileykruse

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    Here are some mine favourite greatest movies of all time.... The Godfather, American Beauty, Troy, Die hard, The Terminator, The Notebook, Sweet November, Titanic and The Matrix.
     
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    Dumb and dumber never seem to get tired of it....
     
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    Luc Besson's The Profesional
     
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    The Good, The Bad & The Ugly.
     
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    Casablanca. Must have seen it 50 times.

    +1. All the kids on SF who've never watched a movie made before 1995 need to see this movie.
     
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