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05/20/2005 04:45:50 PM · #51
Originally posted by legalbeagle:

"Some Like it Hot" is a great movie. There are lots of others here that I like, too. But - I do have serious reservations about parts of sher9204's list, and in particular:

Originally posted by sher9204:


Bowfinger


That was dreadful!!!!


oh hush! :P how can you not like...
Happy Premise #1....There are NO aliens!
Happy Premise #2....There is NO giant foot trying to squash me!
Happy Premise #3....Even though I think I might ignite, I probably won't!

makes me laugh just thinking about it! :)

Message edited by author 2005-05-20 16:47:18.
05/20/2005 04:49:10 PM · #52
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Message edited by author 2005-07-10 20:15:15.
05/20/2005 04:57:42 PM · #53
Originally posted by Kaizen:

The Big Lebowski
Seven Samurai
Lost in Translation
The Royal Tenenbaums
Napoleon Dynamite

Among many, many others.

JV


Ha! Someone else that backs Royal Tenenbaums! Good for you!
05/20/2005 05:07:13 PM · #54
Thought of a couple more:

Forrest Gump
Mystic Pizza
Sixteen Candles
The Waterboy

I'm not real deep, can you tell?
05/20/2005 05:10:00 PM · #55
Originally posted by Tuckersmom:

Thought of a couple more:

Forrest Gump
Mystic Pizza
Sixteen Candles
The Waterboy

I'm not real deep, can you tell?


I thought I was the only person who liked Mystic Pizza :)
05/20/2005 05:11:37 PM · #56
I love that movie - total no brainer - and it's funny seeing Julia Roberts at the very beginning of her career - oh, that and I love pizza:)
05/20/2005 05:16:23 PM · #57
dang, most of ya'll have more movies on your favorites list than I think I have even watched.
05/20/2005 05:19:55 PM · #58
A Hard Day's Night -- The Beatles
The Gold Rush -- Charlie Chaplin
March of the Wooden Soldiers -- Laurel and Hardy
July 25, 1969: Neil Armstrong's original moonwalk -- NASA Archives.
05/20/2005 05:21:34 PM · #59
Originally posted by karmat:

dang, most of ya'll have more movies on your favorites list than I think I have even watched.

It helps to sign up for film classes in college, and to have a mom who is a film buff and has worked in "the biz" -- she knew Charlie Chaplin.
05/20/2005 05:33:04 PM · #60
Good to see that the Royal Tannenbaums and Super Troopers made it on here already.

Here is my top 10, and in no particular order.

1. The Royal Tannenbaums
2. Magnolia
3. Almost Famous
4. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
5. The Big Lebowski
6. Full Metal Jacket
7. Rushmore
8. Blow
9. Bowling For Columbine
10.Love and Death
05/20/2005 05:36:44 PM · #61
Thanks for reminding me of Rushmore. A wonderful and underappreciated flick. The Big Lebowski has already been mentioned and I'd add that one to my list too, very well done, as is the classic FMJ by Kubrick. Awesome flicks.

Originally posted by phreakon:

5. The Big Lebowski
6. Full Metal Jacket
7. Rushmore
05/20/2005 05:44:30 PM · #62
Originally posted by Kaizen:

The Big Lebowski
Seven Samurai
Lost in Translation
The Royal Tenenbaums
Napoleon Dynamite

Among many, many others.

JV


Often forgotten Memento
05/20/2005 05:45:04 PM · #63
Originally posted by GeneralE:

she knew Charlie Chaplin.


In the Biblical sense?

Message edited by author 2005-05-20 17:48:00.
05/20/2005 06:16:41 PM · #64
In no particular order:

Apocalypse Now
Blues Brothers
Blues Brothers 2000
Pulp Fiction
Desperado
Porkies
The Matrix
Full Metal Jacket
Black Hawk Down
Ronin
Forest Gump
Good-Bye Pork Pie (a New Zealand classic)
Rambo III (I would just love to do archery with exploding arrows)
Robin Hood - Errol Flynn version
Robin Hood - Prince Of Thieves
Blazing Saddles
Wild Things <sigh> Ahh Neve Cambell & Denise Richards... Sorry where was I? Oh yes back to the list;
Lock,Stock & Two Smoking Barrels
Crossroads
Angel Heart
Bullitt
True Grit
Rooster Cogburn
Rio Grande
Basic Instinct
Hot Shots I & II
05/20/2005 06:25:23 PM · #65
Originally posted by milo655321:

Originally posted by GeneralE:

she knew Charlie Chaplin.


In the Biblical sense?

No, but her roommate was Sydney Chaplin's girlfriend, so she got to hang out around the pool and stuff. That was a long time ago though.

In her second go-round in Hollywood she's worked with Robin Williams, John Ritter, Martin Mull ... for a while Robin was in her improvisational comedy troupe, before Mork and Mindy ...
05/20/2005 06:35:18 PM · #66
A fish called wanda
Fargo
Dogma

Must have a very strnage sense of humor

Barbara
05/20/2005 06:50:57 PM · #67
Princess Bride
Grave of the Fireflies
Forrest Gump
Amelie
The Sandlot
Usual Suspects
Chingu (a korean movie)
Matrix
05/20/2005 06:59:06 PM · #68
Conair (loved the action, Nicolas Cage & John Malkovitch)
Shawshank Redemption (the twist and the story were great)
Hot Chick (absolutely hilarious)
The Godfather (all 3 of them)
Lord of the Rings (All 3 of them)
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
Gone With The Wind (great old movie)
Matrix (although a bit disappointed with ending of the 3rd movie)
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (the original-great fantasy)
Gangs of new York ( great atmosphere)
05/20/2005 07:07:09 PM · #69
Originally posted by GeneralE:

No, but her roommate was Sydney Chaplin's girlfriend, so she got to hang out around the pool and stuff. That was a long time ago though.

In her second go-round in Hollywood she's worked with Robin Williams, John Ritter, Martin Mull ... for a while Robin was in her improvisational comedy troupe, before Mork and Mindy ...


Very, very cool.
05/20/2005 07:15:06 PM · #70
Thought of two more-
Whatever Happened To Baby Jane (Creepy)
The Untouchables
Originally posted by naomik:

Conair (loved the action, Nicolas Cage & John Malkovitch)
Shawshank Redemption (the twist and the story were great)
Hot Chick (absolutely hilarious)
The Godfather (all 3 of them)
Lord of the Rings (All 3 of them)
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
Gone With The Wind (great old movie)
Matrix (although a bit disappointed with ending of the 3rd movie)
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (the original-great fantasy)
Gangs of new York ( great atmosphere)
05/20/2005 07:27:12 PM · #71
That thing you do
Almost Famous (dont take drugs) hehe
Conair
anything with Steve Busemi/john cusack
Grumpy old men/grumpier old men
IQ
The wedding singer (i am so stuck in the 80's)
05/20/2005 07:34:22 PM · #72
Originally posted by smilebig4me1x:

thesse are in no specific order...just my top ten picks

1:A knights tale( Heath ledger)
2:Dragonfly (kevin Costner)
3:A walk in the clouds ( Keanu Reeves)
4:Pearl Harbor
5:The lord of the rings(all)
6:Meet Joe Black ( brad pitt& Anthony Hopkins)
7:Galdiator( Russell Crowe)
8:The whole nine yards(bruce Willis & Matthew Perry)
9:Armageddon (Bruce Willis)
10: The Green Mile (Tom Hanks)

edit: and rundown with the rock...just watched it last week...just too dang funny!! i need to just save this thread and use it for my "dvd need to purchase" list. it sure would keep me from having to actually write it!


This is very close to my own favorite top ten...

It would actually be:

1:A Knights Tale(Heath ledger)
2:La Grande Séduction (Seducing Doctor Lewis)
3:The Lord Of The Rings (All)
4:Les Invasion Barbares (The Barbarian Invasions)
5:The Green Mile
6:Meet Joe Black
7:Shrek (I and II)
8:Moulin Rouge
9:Gaz Bar Blues (I don't think an english version does exist)
10:The Deer Hunter

I have to add: The Shawshank redemption... Probably in top 5

Message edited by author 2005-05-20 19:38:57.
05/20/2005 07:37:48 PM · #73
The Lord of the Rings (all-time best)

others (in no particular order)

Finding Nemo
A Bug's Life
The Incredibles
Shrek & Shrek II
The Never Ending Story
Dragonheart
The Matrix
Star Wars (all of them)
Indiana Jones (all of them)
Jurassic Park (all of them)
Out of Africa
Pretty Woman
Blade Runner
Wizard of Oz
The Santa Clause
Mommy Dearest
Whatever Happened to Baby Jane
Chicago
Grease
The Sound of Music
Song of the South
7 Days & 7 Nights
Meet the Parents/Meet the Fockers
Nuts

(like most of you other movie lovers... the list goes on & on & on...)
05/20/2005 08:08:00 PM · #74
Originally posted by SJCarter:

The Lord of the Rings (all-time best)

others (in no particular order)

Finding Nemo
A Bug's Life
The Incredibles
Shrek & Shrek II
The Never Ending Story
Dragonheart
The Matrix
Star Wars (all of them)
Indiana Jones (all of them)
Jurassic Park (all of them)
Out of Africa
Pretty Woman
Blade Runner
Wizard of Oz
The Santa Clause
Mommy Dearest
Whatever Happened to Baby Jane
Chicago
Grease
The Sound of Music
Song of the South
7 Days & 7 Nights
Meet the Parents/Meet the Fockers
Nuts

(like most of you other movie lovers... the list goes on & on & on...)


A Pixar fan! Having kids sold me on Finding Nemo. Phenomenal animation!
05/20/2005 08:25:49 PM · #75
Originally posted by Kaizen:

Often forgotten Memento


Hahaha. Made my list too. If you don't get the joke, see the movie!
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