Your Greatest Movie of all time?

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  1. East2West

    East2West Senior member

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    Clueless
    Mean Girls
    White Chicks
    The Hot Chick
    Cruel Intentions
     


  2. in stitches

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    Also I could watch snatch a million times
     


  3. frenchy

    frenchy In Time Out

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    Also I could watch snatch a million times
    i have only seen two movies twice in a theatre (as in paid twice to see them on two different occasions) in my life. Snatch and Pulp Fiction,once i went with friends and the second times alone to really study it
     


  4. essleweb

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    Hi to all,

    Die Hard is the greatest movie of all time for me. I can`t forget it.[​IMG]
     


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    1. Dr. Zhivago
    2. Die Blechtrommel
    3. Y Tu Mama Tambien
    4. Le SoufflÃ[​IMG] au Coeur
    5. Clockwork Orange
     


  6. Pliny

    Pliny Senior member

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    Casino - I've said it before and I'll say it again, it is the best marriage of music and film of all time.


    and Clockwork Orange, 2001, Pulp Fiction, Dead Man

    1. Dr. Zhivago
    2. Die Blechtrommel
    3. Y Tu Mama Tambien
    4. Le SoufflÃ[​IMG] au Coeur
    5. Clockwork Orange


    don't know 2 and 4 must check out
     


  7. blahman

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    Listing a few that may not have been mentioned:
    Apocalypse Now
    Infernal Affairs
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail (like this more than Life of Brian actually)
    Predator (you're not a man if you don't love this)
    Hot Fuzz
    Forrest Gump.








    Power Rangers: The Movie... [​IMG] Well it was the bestest movie ever when I saw it!














    The Notebook... [​IMG]
     


  8. Eponym

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    Listing a few that may not have been mentioned: Apocalypse Now Infernal Affairs Monty Python and the Holy Grail (like this more than Life of Brian actually) Predator (you're not a man if you don't love this) Hot Fuzz Forrest Gump. Power Rangers: The Movie... [​IMG] Well it was the bestest movie ever when I saw it! The Notebook... [​IMG]
    I respect personal preference, so I won't give you shit about any of your choices, but any transition from Power Rangers to the Notebook is kind of fucked up. [​IMG]
     


  9. Fulcannelli

    Fulcannelli Senior member

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    Wait, History of the World, Part 1.
    "its good to be the king" top one is hard but off the top of my head its between shawshank, Pi and withnail and I, oh and dead mans shoes
     


  10. MistyPioneer

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    Hot Fuzz
    Shaun of the Dead
    Zombieland
    Casino
    Snatch
    Shawshank Redemption
    the big lebowski
     


  11. GumbyFan

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    Shawshank...with Vacation running a not-to-distant second
     


  12. waldo...

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    Pulp Fiction, Vanilla Sky, Godfather
     


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    I'm a big fan of Memento.
     


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    [/b]

    excellent movie,Bronson was the man.interesting fact Bridge on the River Kwai was written by the same guy who wrote Planet Of The Apes,talk about versatility


    Yes. I'm not a big fan of Coburn but he was pretty good in that movie as well, just a big enough sleaze to make it believable without going over the top.
     


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    Wait, History of the World, Part 1.

    Don't get saucy with me, Bearnaise!
     


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