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    cant believe no one has mentioned shawshank redemption yet

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    The Lightbringer Istaril's Avatar
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    Scotland. Freedom and So on.
    True Grit
    Scott Pilgrim Vs the World
    V for Vendetta

    and several others. Those would probably be my top 3 though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaexion Ramza Beoulve View Post
    lol man those movies are hilarious, just made me remember those old mel brooks movies too

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    cant believe no one has mentioned shawshank redemption yet
    5th Post. =)
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    Death Race 1, awesome movie!!
    Congratulations on graduating to expert level trolling, I would stick around but I'm busy getting gay married in 13 states and performing roadside abortions while passing bills that take away people's guns while i sip superior european wine and cheese i bought with european style socialist money, arrivaderci!

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    Shawshank Redemption
    Pulp Fiction
    Nearly anything with Adam Sandler!
    The Pursuit of Happiness
    Harry Potter Series
    LOTR series

    I know there are so many more, I really couldn't pick fave films as I love so many!

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    Beyond the 1% barrier.
    Oldboy - Park Chan-wook is fucked in the head
    Where the Wild Things are - Cinematic perfection
    Grave of the Fireflies - I cry so much when I watch this, I have to give it a few months between viewings or risk severe dehydration related injuries
    In Bruges - Film4, proving Britain makes the best comedies smart, surprisingly emotional and fucking hilarious.

    I have more, but I'll leave it there for now.
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    Dr Strangelove Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    Bridge On The Riwer Kwai
    Schindler's List
    One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
    Shichinin No Samurai
    The Usual Suspects
    To Kill A Mockingbird
    The Maltese Falcon
    The Exorcist
    The Lion King
    The Beauty And The Beast
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    Quote Originally Posted by someoneelse View Post
    cant believe no one has mentioned shawshank redemption yet
    ,,,,and The Princess Bride....and Young Frankenstein

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    There are only 5 movies that ive rated as 10/10

    Lord Of The Rings Trilogy (Simply the best Trilogy ever created and still is one of the best movies ever created)
    Shawshank Redemption (The story the plot it was so amazing you could see it coming yet the end came as a suprise to me)
    Law Abiding Citizen (Also a movie with a great story and a amazing ending)
    The Dark Knight (Nuff said i think this is the best movie ive ever seen simply because batman might not be great but Heath ledger makes up for that)
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    Quote Originally Posted by someoneelse View Post
    cant believe no one has mentioned shawshank redemption yet
    well slap my balls and call me skippy

    can't believe i forgot that one, I even listed Se7en. -________-
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    Airplane - Pure Comedy gold, must have seen this 100 times at least
    Close encounters of the Third Kind - The movie which switched me onto sci fi when I was a child, Still get goose bumps at the final scenes where they make contact.
    Animal House - TOGA, TOGA, TOGA!
    Dirty Harry (first one) - Still a great film despite its age.
    Ghostbusters - Comedy, Ghost's, and a Giant Marsh mellow man. Loved it growing up as a kid, Still love it now.
    War of the worlds (the original) Great adaptation of the HG Wells Story, Just a shame it was set in America rather than London as it was written
    2001 / 2010 Good adaptation of the books, obviously there are some changes, but generally stays faithful to them. Just a shame they havent continued making the series into moves.
    Outbreak - Great Story, Good acting. what more could you ask for
    Terminator - Probably the most awesome Scifi movie of its generation.

    Just what I can think of off the top of my head, last couple of years imo has been pretty poor for either ground breaking movies, or for movie's which will be remember for years to come as great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaja View Post
    Shawshank Redemption
    Pulp Fiction
    Nearly anything with Adam Sandler!
    The Pursuit of Happiness
    Harry Potter Series
    LOTR series

    I know there are so many more, I really couldn't pick fave films as I love so many!
    Sorry, but I died a little inside when you named Adam Sandler..

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    Yea I could likely go on forever on this topic so I'll try to limit myself, and I like to only include one movie from a series.

    The Godfather
    Empire Strikes Back
    Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
    Shawshank Redemption
    Schindler's List
    Pulp Fiction
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    Blazing Saddles
    My Cousin Vinny
    The Princess Bride
    The Departed
    Saving Private Ryan
    Fellowship of the Ring
    Blade Runner
    Die Hard
    LA Confidential
    Dark Knight

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    In no particular order...

    Eagle vs Shark
    The Life Aquatic
    The Fountain
    Dark City
    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
    Into the Wild
    V for Vendetta

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    1. Braveheart
    2. Gladiator
    3. The Green Mile
    4. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, extended edition. (I consider all of the movies as one 12 hour long movie instead of three. Because the story is told as such.)
    5. Jurassic Park I

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    the pianist
    full metal jacket
    the green mile
    Jurassic Park I
    resevoir dogs
    shawshank redemption
    Pulp Fiction
    Die Hard I
    Forest Gump
    Bevery Hills cop I
    Coming to America
    Star Wars 4, 5 and 6
    Trading Places

    and, imho, the best film ever that even after all these years its still makes me all warm and fuzzy inside is.....


    Batteries not included.

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    Interstate 60
    Butterfly Effect (1st one)
    V for Vendetta
    Enemy At The Gates
    Saving Private Ryan

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    Favourite movie: The Thing (1982)

    How I adore that movie! It's unique in being one of the few modern(-ish) films which features an all male cast. And, as John Carpenter explains in talking about making the film, it really helps to keep the plot away from the typical and detrimental 'hero and heroine must both survive' stereotype which makes a lot of horror movies boring and predictable. It's just a great, sci-fi, action-horror spin on the classic 'murder mystery' archetype.
    (It's also filled with awesome one-liners and bearded Kurt Russel in all his glory!)

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