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Old 09-19-2005, 01:08 PM   #46
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This is without a doubt the most beautifully shot film of all time. It's absolutely gorgeous to look at.
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1. Full Metal Jacket
2. Star Trek First Contact
3. Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
4. Twister
5. Ghostbusters
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Old 09-19-2005, 03:13 PM   #48
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Top 5 Films

ALMOST FAMOUS
DOGMA
HEAT
ANCHORMAN (i love lamp)
OFFICE SPACE


Honorable Mention

THE FIFTH ELEMENT
SINGLES
GROSS POINTE BLANK
THE BIG LEBOWSKI
MIDNIGHT RUN
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This is without a doubt the most beautifully shot film of all time. It's absolutely gorgeous to look at.
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My favourite animated films, not including Fritz the Cat as I'm not so much impressed with the animation as I am the style, comic and giganticism of it all. This is just kids stuff, to an extent anyway. Again, not really an all time favourite thing, just currently.

The Lion King
Grave of the Fireflies
Porco Rosso
Russian Rhapsody (it may be only seven minutes long, but it's still as disturbing and interesting as any cartoon should be)
Beauty and the Beast/Alice in Wonderland


I never really liked CGi and although I worked in a claymation studio for a little while, that still doesn't appeal to me much either. It's all about the cels.
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I hate doing this! ( i love it to) its impossible....

ermmmmmm

To kill a mocking bird (perfect)
Its a wonderfull life (anything with jimmy stewart)
Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind (JIm&Kate spot-on!)
Fisherking (Terry Gilliam/Robin Williams, what can i say....)
Lord of Rings Troliogy ( Books come to life!)

Ask me again in five minutes and it could all change.....
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These are what I like in general (as top movies) cannot list just 5 overall ...

Air Force One ... (Harrison Ford)
Die Hard Series 1,2,3 ... (Bruce Willis)
Out For Justice / Under Seige ... (Steven Seagal)
Magnum Force / The Enforcer / Sudden Impact ... (Clint Eastwood)
American Ninja 1,2 ... (Michael Dudikoff)
Bloodsport / Kickboxer ... (Jean-Claude Van Damme)
The Warriors ... (Michael Beck)
Night Of The Comet ... (Kelli Maroney)
The Omen ... (Greggory Peck, Lee Remick)
Night Stalker / Night Strangler ... (Darren McGavin)

I, Robot ... (Will Smith)
Code Of Silence / Invasion U.S.A. ... (Chuck Norris)

The Way We Were ... (Robert Redford, Barbra Streisand)
What's Up Doc / The Main Event ... (Barbra Streisand, Ryan O'Neal)
A Star Is Born ... (Kris Kristofferson, Barbra Streisand)


Mrs. Doubtfire ... (Robin Williams, Sally Field)
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective / The Mask / Liar, Liar ... (Jim Carrey)
Freaky Friday ... (Jamie Lee Curtis, Lindsay Lohan)
Maid To Order ... (Ally Sheedy, Beverly D'Angelo)
Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead ... (Christina Applegate)
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nice! whenever i list that as one of my favorite movies, if people even know what i'm talking about, the only response i get is "what the hell?"
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I could never narrow it down to just five, but here's some that are definitely up there:

Memento
Pulp Fiction
The Blues Brothers
City of God
Garden State - honourable recent film mention
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Brave Heart
Heat
Bourne Identity
Castaway
Devil's Advocate
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So.. . . . difficult.... . .

But... maybe...

1. Star Wars Saga (all 6 films. Me=uber-nerd)
2. Pulp Fiction
3. Young Frankenstien
4. Arthur
5. Lost in Translation
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Last man on earth
Edward Scissor hands
Goonies
Interveiw with the vampire
The Commitments
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^^Deco Cuff......... he da man!!!

Good choice D.M.P.... I forgot about that one.
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High Fidelity, one oft hose movies you know really isn't great but you can't stop watching it voer and over and quoting it

I will have to sneak that into my top 5
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