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  1. #21
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    I have so many favorite movies, it isn't even funny. Well, here goes...I'll divide them up as good as I can.

    Silent films:
    "Birth of a Nation"
    "The False Faces"
    "Sunrise"
    "Don Juan"
    "Nosferatu"

    Chick flicks:
    "Dirty Dancing"
    "Someone Like You"
    "Where the Heart Is"

    Comedies:
    "Chasing Amy"
    "Animal House"
    "Monty Python and the Holy Grail"
    "Monty Python's The Meaning of Life"

    Classics:
    "Casablanca"
    "The Maltese Falcon"
    "To Have and Have Not"
    "The Big Sleep"
    "Key Largo"
    the ORIGINAL Star Wars trilogy
    "Gone With the Wind"
    "The Wizard of Oz"
    "The Rocky Horror Picture Show"
    "Grand Hotel"

    Drama:
    "Pulp Fiction"

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    may take a while

    The dark crystal. animatrix .conan .lord of the rings .legand .lybrinth .ladyhawk. willow. dragon heart. matrix .VAMPIRE HUNTER D. ninja scroll. dracula.. interview with a vampire. blade.. Big trouble in little china. ravenous. hellraiser. brazil. austin powers. the naked gun. airplane. rocky. predator. aliens . star wars . indiana jones. ghostbusters. thirtenth warrior troy. fight club . arabian nights, the mexican, the good the bad and the ugly. any which way but loose. cannon ball run. trains planes and automobiles, caddy shack. city slickers . apollo13 . the green mile. the hobbit. tresure planet. finding nemo. toy story. cowboy bebop the movie. record of lodoss war. dune pitch black gone in 60 seconds krull AI. vanallia sky . kill bill .Hero. harry potter . van helsing , the mummy . scorpion king . never ending story, land before time. ice age. zoo lander. star trek.

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    Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
    The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
    The Wizard of Oz
    Meet me in St. Louis
    Rushmore
    The Goonies
    The Cider House Rules
    Willow
    Back to the Future
    Young Frankenstein
    The Age of Innocence
    The Silence of the Lambs
    The Breakfast Club
    Girl, Interrupted

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    Titanic

    Harry Potter Series

    Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?



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    Some favorite films:

    1. Titanic
    2. Office Space
    3. The Crow
    4. All Harry Potters
    5. The Little Mermaid
    6. Pretty Woman
    7. Schindler's List
    8. Twister
    9. Cast Away
    10. 8 Mile

    These are the ten that always immediately spring to mind. I used to love the Lord of the Rings series, but sadly it was so well-loved by all of my loved ones (and even not-so-loved-ones) that I am now commpletely burned out on it.

    I never care much about actors/actresses one way or another, but the ones who never seem to make a bad film IMHO are:

    1. Julia Roberts
    2. Leonardo DiCaprio (actually he has made a couple of stinkers, but I still love him anyway).
    3. Tom Hanks
    4. Jennifer Aniston
    5. Bill Paxton

    "Oh, and I really hate yo-yos." Er... by this I mean Orlando Bloom. I swear, he is just like "ACTOR TROY MCLURE" from The Simpsons. Meaning the guy is in every other film that comes out. "Hi... I'm actor Orlando Bloom! You might remember me from such films as Lead Paint: Delicious But Deadly and Here Comes the Metric System!"
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    Just saw Skeleton Key and it was awesome! Some other favorites are:

    The Craft
    Dirty Pretty Things
    Crash
    Very Bad Things
    What the Bleep Do We Know?
    House of Sand and Fog
    The Crow
    Virgin Suicides
    The Village

    Oh, I could go on and on and on.
    Last edited by arachnesweave; November 27th, 2005 at 06:28 PM.
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    Birth of a Nation is an interesting choice...but seeing that it is DW Griffith and it is coupled with some great Murnau films (Sunrise is completely underrated), it makes sense I suppose.
    "Sometimes closure is saying goodbye to an empty chair..."
    --Alaiyo (2004)

    "Crap is a hell of a legacy to leave behind."
    --James Doohan, "Scotty" (Star Trek TOS)

    "If someone asks you if you're a god, you say YES!"
    - Winston Zeddmore, Ghostbusters

    "I had forgotten that men could not see unicorns. Just because they cannot see them does not mean they do not exist.":rubhead:
    - The Unicorn, (The Last Unicorn)

    "Sometimes I think the universe just waits for me to get cocky."
    - Egon, The Real Ghostbusters cartoon

    "A man is as happy as he makes up his mind to be."
    - Abraham Lincoln

    The moral of the story is... dont leave ANYTHING in the refrigerator. "
    - Spike Spiegel (Cowboy Bebop/ Toys in the Attic)

    "Please try to understand before one of us dies..."
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    Movies: Beauty and the Beast, Team America, Aladdin, Lion King, Old School
    Actors/Actresses: Heath Ledger, Julia Roberts

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    Smile movies

    my top 5 is
    1. scream
    2. the usual suspect
    3. from dusk till dawn
    4. 8 mile
    5. the butterfly effect
    i like hundreds of movies
    i would be here all night
    Last edited by kal; November 30th, 2005 at 09:13 PM.

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    I have to see Team America some time.
    "Sometimes closure is saying goodbye to an empty chair..."
    --Alaiyo (2004)

    "Crap is a hell of a legacy to leave behind."
    --James Doohan, "Scotty" (Star Trek TOS)

    "If someone asks you if you're a god, you say YES!"
    - Winston Zeddmore, Ghostbusters

    "I had forgotten that men could not see unicorns. Just because they cannot see them does not mean they do not exist.":rubhead:
    - The Unicorn, (The Last Unicorn)

    "Sometimes I think the universe just waits for me to get cocky."
    - Egon, The Real Ghostbusters cartoon

    "A man is as happy as he makes up his mind to be."
    - Abraham Lincoln

    The moral of the story is... dont leave ANYTHING in the refrigerator. "
    - Spike Spiegel (Cowboy Bebop/ Toys in the Attic)

    "Please try to understand before one of us dies..."
    - Basil Fawlty (Fawlty Towers)



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