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Joseph Russell
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Right now my favorite movie is Shawshank Redemption
Others I like (and many I'll leave out due to forgetting)
The Princess Bride (almost a tie to the first one)
The Wedding Singer
Everafter
I'll stop there...
 
Greg Harris
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The Princess Bride should be at the top of everyone's list... if any of you haven't seen it, pick it up this weekend!
top 3 (in no particular order)

  • Apocalypse Now
  • Princess Bride
  • Braveheart

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Andy Ceponis
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Some of my all time fav's include:
Apocalypse Now
Reservoir Dogs
Full Metal Jacket
Friday(actualy anything with chris tucker(smokey))
 
Joseph Russell
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I can't believe I forgot one of the best movies of all time...
The Holy Grail
"I'm not dead yet"
 
Greg Harris
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right on, andy! you are just as twisted as me (or maybe i am just as twisted as you). i just watched resevoir dogs last weekend for the 10+ time. i am thinking about picking up pulp fiction for this weekend.
 
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The Princess Bride - Definitely the Overall Best Movie of All Time. You know how they call Star Trek fans Trekkers? I'm a Brider (Trekker in my spare time...)
The Pirates of Penzance - The best musical made into a movie (late 70's/early 80's?). Kevin Kline, Rex Smith, Linda Ronstadt, Angela Landsbury, Tony Azito...simply great. I'm convinced that Kevin Kline can play any role.
Bull Durham - Best sports movie ever made. Absolutely hysterical and there is a quote for all seasons.
Tommy Boy - Best Stupid movie. I usually hate movies of this ilk, but there is something special about Tommy Boy, especially since Chris Farley is gone. I think I actually laugh harder every time I watch it.
Of course, Holy Grail is in a class by itself. ("Watery tarts distributing swords is no basis for a system of Government!") as is the entire Monty Python body of work.
I've seen each one of these movies more than a hundred times each and still they are at the top of my list. There are of course countless others!
Ciao!
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May I know if anyone know where can I get uncensored of pulp fiction, brave heart, the princess bride, naked lunch, last of the mohican. I've seen the wedding singer but would like to see it again.
 
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Oh, by the way, I would prefer the above mentioned to be the demo full version and not the sell over the counter version.
 
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dddddddwhat up - [b]STAR WARS[\b]


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Your skills are now complete Luke - I see you have constructed a new light saber..
 
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Hello ?!
STAR WARS !!






"The force is strong within you young Luke.."
 
Andy Ceponis
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I almost forgot:
The Usual Suspects
 
Andy Ceponis
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Oh yeah and:
American Pie
heres the trailer for American Pie 2:
http://www.euniverselive.com/view.cfm?display=139
 
Andy Ceponis
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Jurassic Park 3 trailer:
http://www.apple.com/trailers/universal/jurassic_park_3/
This one looks more like the first one. It looks to be alot better than the crappy second "Lost World" one.
 
Joseph Russell
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Just watched You've Got Mail. It was a lot better than what I thought it would be.
I saw the preview to Jurassic Park 3. I wasn't too impressed but that's just me. The only movies I'm looking forward too in the theater are: Monsters Inc, The Lord of the Rings series (one this christmas, another the following christmas and the last in christmas 2003), Matrix 2 and 3.
I highly recommend The Mummy Returns.
Along Came A Spider was pretty good but we had a power outage midway through it and that probably effected my overall view of the film.
 
Joseph Russell
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I forgot about Usuall Suspects. Great movie. But your right it's only good once maybe twice.
 
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Silverado
The Great Escape
To Kill a Mockingbird
Some Like it Hot
The Usual Suspects
The Color Purple
Magnolia
Princess Bride
Fight Club
Pulp Fiction
Casablanca
The Maltese Falcon
Sunset Boulevard
The Thin Red Line
Fantasia
American Beauty
.. almost forgot ... The Last StarFighter


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I like lots of movies that have been listed on here so far... here are a few more I like...
Time Bandits (Comedy. Time travel, God, the devil, and midgets... could this movie get any better! )

The Matrix ( Star Wars for the new millenium ( Technically, Star Wars would be the Star Wars of the new millenium, but J**-J** screwed that up... ) )

The Crow ( The first movie was great... the rest went the way of most sequals, though( i.e. sucked. )... ( Dark City was really good too... same director as the 1st Crow movie... ) )
Sixth Sense ( I love movies that screw with your mind! )
I could go on and on... but how about new movies that are coming out... are there any that people are looking foreward to? Here are some that I am hoping the studios won't screw up too much :

Lord of the Rings
Matrix 2 & 3
Ender's Game

-Nate
 
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Well, we all have our favourites:
Escape from New York ("I heard you were dead")
Blade Runner (Director's cut by preference)
Young Einstein ("You've split the atom !?!" "Well, I only split one ...")
Any/all of the three "Wallace and Gromit" shorts
Twins ("You moved to soon ...")
Toy Story 2 (*)
and prpbably lots more I can't think of now.
(*) I must be brainwashed because my children love it so much. And now the drawer of my DVD player won't open any more so it's the only one which I can play. Aaarrgghhh ....
 
Joseph Russell
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Almost forgot Gross Point Blank...
 
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Good Morning Vietnam
 
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Originally posted by Jane Griscti:

.. almost forgot ... The Last StarFighter

2001).]

How could you almost forget!! That was a great movie.
 
Joseph Russell
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Hey Jane, if you like Silverado you'll like the first one better (Silverado was actually a sequal). It's in Spanish but I liked it better. They have a version of Silverado on DVD with both movies. You could rent it. I believe it's called El Muriachi (Guy that plays the guitar in restaurants or bars).
 
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You're thinking of Desperado, sequel to El Mariachi. Silverado is unrelated.
 
Joseph Russell
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Jim -- Oops Your right
 
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Sex, Lies & Videotape
Traffic
Schindler's List
 
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A MATTER OF LIFE & DEATH (1946)
REAR WINDOW (1954)
THE DISCREET CHARM OF THE BOURGEOISIE (1972)
The list is endless...
 
Joseph Russell
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Anyone watch any of the old black and white movies based on Agatha Christie's books?
 
Joseph Russell
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Highly recommend Shrek to anyone that hasn't seen it yet. I think I'm going to buy it on DVD when it comes out.
 
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Cant forget Scarface!!
 
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anyone saw snatch this year ...it reallly kicks butt
other than that
reservoeir dogs
fight club
seven
babe
 
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Originally posted by Andy Ceponis:
Cant forget Scarface!!

"Say hello to my leetle fwend..."
 
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1. Saving private Ryan - the truth and heroizm we shall never forget
2.All of the Spielberg movies
3. All of the Tarantino movies (especially "From Dusk till Dawn", "Pulp Fiction" and "Reservoir Dogs")
4. All of the Brian De Palma movies
5. Just for fun and viewing pleasures - Julia Roberts, Meg Ryan and Sharon Stone movies(and last but not least - Liz Hurley)
Quite a list, huh?
--Alex
 
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"On Golden Blonde" had me on the edge of my seat!
Three Thumbs Up!
- Emerson
 
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I like too much movies so I can talk about the best ones I saw recently.
Butterfly
Eu, tu, Eles
Love�s a bitch
Bleu (I saw it recently but it�s of 1993)
Blackboards
A Simple Plan
I am watching a lot a films (about 5 a week) and I am interested in studying film analysis.
Since three years ago in Buenos Aires it �s happening an Independent Film Festival I like independent films very much.
 
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Earth 1947 (Indian Movie) is the best movie I ever saw. It is based on a Novel called Cracking India by Bapsi Sidhwa this novel is in English.
 
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Originally posted by Andy Ceponis:
Jurassic Park 3 trailer:
http://www.apple.com/trailers/universal/jurassic_park_3/
This one looks more like the first one. It looks to be alot better than the crappy second "Lost World" one.

Just saw this movie this weekend.
Pure garbage.
My Fav Movies. (no particular order)
- The Sting (Paul Newman, Robert Redford)
- Empire Strikes Back
- War Games
 
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I think of the new movies, I mean Tomb Raider, J Park III etc.. etc.., SHREK is the best. Do not underestimate it as a Animation film or kid stuff - the whole crowd was laughing breathlessly to each and every tail wag and wink of eye of that donkey (sound by Eddie Murphy) in cinema hall.
Aamir, have you tried Nasrudheen Shahs 'Bhopal Express'? I agree '1947 Earth' is very good, but I bet Bhopal Express will dig a hole in your chest and touch you inside !! ( sorry for exagerating this much... all I mean is that movie is very touching )
Ashok.
 
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all by Fellini
all by Woody Allen
When I used to do large amounts of LSD and pot,
I was very high in a home theater watching NO ESCAPE
starring Ray Liotta. Perhaps it was my state of mind, but that
movie is unreeeeeeeeaaaallllllllll....
 
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OK J,
Based on your opinion I broke down and took the girls to see Shrek this week. I only go to the movies once or twice a year because it costs us $40 each time - bah humbug!
However you were right - it was worth every penny! The animation is incredible. Sometimes those characters actually looked REAL.
My children thank you .
 
Ashok Mash
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Originally posted by Cindy Glass:
My children thank you .

They are welcome.
[Thanks for trusting my meaningless post in meaningless drivel ]
 
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