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I present to you the near impossible task of shortlisting your favorite moves into a paltry list of 10. And no cheating by including a trilogy or series of movies in one slot! :-

 

In no particular order, here are mine: ...which are likely to be completely different if you asked me any other day.

  • Terminator 2: Judgement Day
  • Aliens
  • Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
  • Heat
  • Tombstone
  • Transformers: The Movie
  • Gladiator
  • Total Recall
  • Blade Runner
  • Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

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I was just going to name ten adult entertainment movies.

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Mononoke Hime

Big Sleep

Reservoir Dogs

Blade Runner

Annie Hall

Sunset Boulevard

Dr Strangelove

Young Frankenstein

Psycho

City of God

 

In the order I remembered them first.

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Star Wars

My Fair Lady

American Beauty

Shawshank Redemption

Alien/Aliens (to me they're kinda one big movie...)

Das Boat

Raise the Red Lantern

Evil Dead2

The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly

Silverado

 

...I think my 'favorite film' list changes every time I write it...probably because I write them off the top of my head except when I use cut & paste to copy it from elsewhere...

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Memento

A Bridge Over The River Kwai

Heartbreak Ridge

North By Northwest

Evil Dead 1& 2

Seven

Field Of Dreams

There's Something About Mary

The Fifth Element

 

 

I'd add Waterworld to the list but I don't feel like getting into a scuffle with Meta tonight... :lol:

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king kong (1933)

raging bull

spartacus

on the waterfront

dr. strangelove

high noon

fight club

citizen cane

the godfather ii

ran

 

off the top of our noggin and the list is subject to change w/o notice.

 

btw, why would anybody ever says "das boat"? the boat? maybe. das boot? sure. das boat? great film in any event. a little too much german opera at end, but other than that it is a definite fixture in Gromnir's top 20.

 

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1. The Passion of the Christ

 

2. The Star Wars Movies as a hole

 

3. Batman Begins

 

4. Dare Devil

 

5. Equilibrium

 

6. The Matrix Movies as a hole

 

7. The Last Samurai

 

8. The Alamo(the most recent one)

 

9. Indiana Jones (the first and third one)

 

10. Gladiator

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Rocky

 

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

 

Big Trouble in Little China

 

Overboard

 

Empire Strikes Back

 

Return of the King Extended Version

 

True Lies

 

Once Upon a Time in China 2

 

Groundhog's Day

 

Mad Max

 

There are so much more though

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Edit: Spent my inspiration turning my movies into links instead. *grumble*

You're nuts :)

 

As for me, too many to mention, but my list looks a lot like that of Jaq, maybe I'm his alt. :geek:

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In no particular order, and I'd probably come up with a different list on a different day, but nevermind:

 

Before The Rain

My Neighbour Totoro

Grosse Pointe Blank

Fargo

The Hours

Star Wars Episode IV

Dr Strangelove

The Third Man

The Producers

Glengarry Glen Ross

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1.  The Passion of the Christ 

 

2.  The Star Wars Movies as a hole 

 

3.  Batman Begins 

 

4.  Dare Devil 

 

5.  Equilibrium 

 

6.  The Matrix Movies as a hole

 

7.  The Last Samurai

 

8.  The Alamo(the most recent one)

 

9.  Indiana Jones (the first and third one)

 

10.  Gladiator

 

You have too many movies. You can't have six movies as a whole and a trilogy as a whole. You are cheating.

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Ha,ha,ha,ha. Wow. I actually just noticed that.

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An exercise in futility. I can't even remember what 10 movies I put in the 3 previous threads identical to this one...

 

Anyway, influenced by previous posters who jogged my memory, a cup of coffee, browsing my DVD collection and some other stuff (in no particular order):

 

Return of the Jedi

A Clockwork Orange (must be the sound track)

Dr. Strangelove

The Seven Samurais

Delicatessen

Little Shop of Horrors

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

The Fifth Element

Bladerunner

The Two Towers (extended version)

 

Regards and regrets go out to all the great films that I just forgot during the 5 minutes of writing this post :(

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Mystery Men.

 

The Jerk.

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Mystery Men.

 

The Jerk.

 

Why am I not surprised?

 

In my gaming group we had a superhero (relatively speaking) based off Mystery Men. There was the Unraveller who can unravel anything with his mind, the Swedish Iron Chef who did use knifes and lemon juice, the Sock who was a spirit of psychologist trapped in a sock puppet who possed anyone who puts him on, and my character the Charger who can absorb and redirect Alternate Electrical Current.

 

It was a wierd campaign with foes like the Toast Riders, a motorcycle gang that used flaming bread porducts as weapons, and Ice Ice Babies who were high school cheerleaders that could telekinetically control ice cream.

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