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Old 07-01-2007, 11:56 AM   #466
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...oh. I take it back
I was going to send you a ~PRIVATE~ Message regarding that movie but, umm, ...lol.
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I'll extend the voting period to today if you guys want to finalize a list.
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11. The sound of music
12.sabrina
13. kill bill
14. saving private ryan
15. schindlers list
16. jaws
17. hope floats
18. practical magic
19 where the heart is
20. one true thing
21. the 10 commandments
22.the nutty professor
23. scarface
24. full metal jacket
25. contact

and all steven speiberg movies ie- star wars, indiana jones and godfather movies
which Sabrina, Kill Bill, and Nutty Professor movies?
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Am I the only one who has never heard of this Leon movie???
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Old 07-01-2007, 01:57 PM   #470
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Am I the only one who has never heard of this Leon movie???
In the US, it's known as The Professional. Jean Reno (from the Da Vinci Code), Gary Oldman (Dracula, Jim Gordon from Batman Begins), and a really young Natalie Portman are in it.

I'll stop accepting lists around 12 AM (ET) tonight for sure, so please send those last lists in.
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I'll stop accepting lists around 12 AM (ET) tonight for sure, so please send those last lists in.
I'm so glad I found this thread now!

Okay, this was a lot of fun to do. And I realize that many of these may not be considered by the general public as great movies but nonetheless they're my all-time favorites. The farther you go down the list, the less sure I am but I'm still pretty sure they all fall somewhere in my Top 25. Anyway, here goes...

1. Terminator 2: Judgment Day
2. Schindler's List
3. Lord Of The Rings: Fellowship/Two Towers/Return (hard to seperate)
4. About A Boy
5. Good Bye Lenin! (Berlin in 1989 )
6. Forrest Gump
7. Three Amigos
8. Dumb And Dumber
9. Jurassic Park
10. Speed
11. Big
12. Apollo 13
13. Titanic
14. Bill And Ted's Bogus Journey
15. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
16. Dazed And Confused
17. National Lampoon's Animal House
18. Wayne’s World
19. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
20. Italian Job (2003)
21. Star Wars: New Hope/Empire/Jedi (I wish this could be higher but I haven't really watched all 3 in ages... need to watch them again!)
22. Home Alone
23. Broken Arrow (edge of the seat Travolta action!)
24. Earth (really good but sad movie about Partition between India & Pakistan)
25. Signs

There's so many more but I simply cannot fit them in.

Anyway it was fun.
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Glad you were able to send yours in, Zoots.

Also, to anyone who submitted less than 25 movies, you can send the rest of yours in until the deadline, too.

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19. Rocketman
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Old 07-01-2007, 03:38 PM   #473
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which Sabrina, Kill Bill, and Nutty Professor movies?
the newer Sabrina with Harrison Ford I think I like better than the old one. and both Kill Bill's.
the nutty professor, I think the original with Jerry Lewis

Damn, I left out some important ones, I knew I was going to do that

Dogma
Sense and Sensibility
Terminator all movies
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1. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
2. Return of the Jedi
3. Star Wars-A New Hope
4. Empire Strikes Back
5. Raiders of the Lost Ark
6. Two Towers
7. Return of the King
8. Fellowship of the Ring
9. The Lion King
10. Casino Royale
11. V for Vendetta
12. The Hunt for Red October
13. The Sound of Music
14. What's Up Doc?
15. The Great Escape
16. Casablanca
17. Gone with the Wind
18. Dr. Strangelove
19. To Kill a Mockingbird (also my favorite book)
20. Blues Brothers
21. The Manchurian Candidate (both original and remake)
22. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
23. Gladiator
24. Arsenic and Old Lace
25. GoldenEye

OK I'm not going to look at this list anymroe because I know if I do I'll change it

There you go.
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Old 07-01-2007, 04:08 PM   #475
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In the US, it's known as The Professional. Jean Reno (from the Da Vinci Code), Gary Oldman (Dracula, Jim Gordon from Batman Begins), and a really young Natalie Portman are in it.

Ah, ok. I guess I have seen it. Good movie.
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1. Dead Poets Society
2. The Shawshank Redemption
3. Schindler's List
4. Almost Famous
5. American History X
6. V for Vendetta
7. The Wizard of Oz
8. Batman Begins
9. Lord of The Rings: Fellowship
10. Titanic
11. Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
12. Better Off Dead
13. The Breakfast Club
14. Independence Day
15. Heathers
16. The American President
17. Ferris Beuller’s Day Off
18. Face/Off
19. The Truth About Cats & Dogs
20. Dirty Dancing
21. Dirty Dancing II: Havanna Nights
22. Notting Hill
23. 13 Going on 30
24. Rockstar
25. French Kiss
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1. Requiem for a Dream
2. Dirty Dancing
3. Ghost
4. St. Elmo's Fire
5. The Breakfast Club
6. Garden State
7. Braveheart
8. Office Space
9. Best in Show
10. Easy Rider
11. Pulp Fiction
12. The Incredibles
13. Mr and Mrs. Smith
14. Good Will Hunting
15. Clerks
16. Night at the Museum
17. A Mighty Wind
18. Lethal Weapon
19. Four Weddings and A Funeral
20. Kill Bill
21. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
22. Mad Max
23. Evil Dead
24. Titanic
25. Lord of the Rings I
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now my list is all screwed up
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Requiem for a Dream.
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Old 07-01-2007, 10:22 PM   #480
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Okay, there are a lot of ties in this epic list, and I'm leaning toward breaking the ties by seeing how many lists that particular movie was on. For example

If Back to the Future and Forrest Gump both have 145 pts, and Back to the Future is on 6 lists while Forrest is on 5, then Back to the Future claims the higher spot.

Are you guys good with that?
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