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What's your favorite movie?

 
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Mine is Swept Away, with Madonna. And I also like Battlefield Earth. And also Doctor Zhivago, it's got awesome special effects! So, what's your favorite movie?
[ April 06, 2003: Message edited by: Friendly Greenhorn ]
 
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Battlefield earth ??? can't you find a better one
 
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Originally posted by Friendly Greenhorn:
So, what's your favorite movie?
[ April 06, 2003: Message edited by: Friendly Greenhorn ]


Mine is Chambal Ki Kasam (means Swear in the name of Chambal.Chambal is a nice river in nice northern part of nice India.Do you want to see that nice movie?
 
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Originally posted by Capablanca Kepler:
Mine is Chambal Ki Kasam (means Swear in the name of Chambal.Chambal is a nice river in nice northern part of nice India.Do you want to see that nice movie?


There is one famous song from this movie abt bro and sis ? I am not able to recollect it can you tell me as it is your fav ?
And who were actors and actresses ??
wanna do googling
 
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Originally posted by Ravish Kumar:

There is one famous song from this movie abt bro and sis ? I am not able to recollect it can you tell me as it is your fav ?
And who were actors and actresses ??
wanna do googling


Simti Huyi ye ghadiya,phirse na bikhar jayen!!
Is raah me jee lenge ,is raah pe mar jayen!!
Its by Sahir Ludhiyanvi
Year 1979:starring: Sunil Dutt,and Ranjita and others
Music by Khaiyyaam
 
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Mine is one I doubt many of you have seen, since it was only recently given a limited released here in the UK. It's called "Revengers Tragedy" and features the best script/direction/cinematography/sound/acting combination I've ever seen.
 
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Originally posted by Capablanca Kepler:

Year 1979:starring: Sunil Dutt,and Ranjita and others


And I thought it was Raj Kumar & Mausmi Chatterjee
Raj Kumar was brother of Farida Jalal.
And the famous song abt bro and sis is "Chanda Re Mere Bhaiya Se Kehna Behna Yaad Kare..."
All lyrics are by Sahir.
And FYGK, in late 70s and in early 80s Mausmi Chatterjee was pet for films on Dacaits.
AW have you seen Kache Dhage ??
And mine is Roti (old classic movie), not starring Rajesh Khanna OR Mithun Da
I saw it on TV in late night Friday movies on DD in 1989.
Dont know anything abt actor/actress/prod/dir/..
 
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In my point of view,"Lord of the ring I" for me is the best firm. Good story content and the computer animation effect.
 
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"Dances With Wolves" or the original "Alien", can't decide.
 
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This is a tough one for me because I am such a movie critique. Not to mention the fact that there are so many genres can you really have an all time favorite?
Right now, though, I guess I would have to say it is Braveheart with Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon being a close 2nd. I love to watch that movie in it's original language and no subtitles. You can still know what is going on. If you can turn off the dialog of a movie and still tell what is going on, then it is a good movie.
 
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Originally posted by Gregg Bolinger:
If you can turn off the dialog of a movie and still tell what is going on, then it is a good movie.


Spoken like a true man :roll: .
If you can turn off the screen of a movie and still tell what is going on, then it is a good movie.
 
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Here is my list:
Kala Patthar
Rangeela
Sholay
Die Hard 2
Godfather
Sixth Sense
Ace Ventura
The Mask
Lethal Weapon
A Few Good Men
 
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If you can turn off the screen of a movie and still tell what is going on, then it is a good movie.


Spoken like a true woman. You know the ones who chase the strong silent types until they get one and then complain "You never talk to me" :roll:
 
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Originally posted by Michael Morris:
"Dances With Wolves" or the original "Alien", can't decide.


... wow, I never knew "Dances ..." was a remake of "Alien". Can't say I like what they did with though - not enough stomachs exploding
 
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Originally posted by Ravish Kumar:
And I thought it was Raj Kumar & Mausmi Chatterjee


Oh,I always confused 70s dacoit with Sunil Dutt
 
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Originally posted by Capablanca Kepler:

Oh,I always confused 70s dacoit with Sunil Dutt


You are talking abt late 60s and early 70s.
Mujhe Jeene Do
 
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I've seen a lot of great movies since, but my favorite stays, Out of Africa
 
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... wow, I never knew "Dances ..." was a remake of "Alien".


... or the original "Alien" meaning not any of the "Alien" sequels. :roll:
 
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