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22 Feb 2012, 4:08 pm

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Fargo
Raising Arizona
The Big Lebowski


Whoa! Good choices. I just saw Raising Arizona and thoroughly enjoyed it.

My favorite is: The Life Aquatic.

Dr. Strangelove is number 2. And the rest would be difficult to rank!



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22 Feb 2012, 4:36 pm

Hmmm... I have a ton of Fav Films, but:

100. The Darkest Hour
99. X-Men 3
98. Bourne Identity
97. Good Will Hunting
96. The Town
95. Hurt Locker
94. LOTR: Fellowship of the Ring
93. LOTR: Two Towers
92. Death at a Funeral (2010)
91. Aliens
90. Shutter Island
89. The Green Mile
88. Punisher (2004)
87. District 9
86. District B13
85. Shooter
84. Cast Away
83. Taken (2008)
82. Unknown (2011)
81. Cloverfield (2008)
80. Jurassic Park 3
79. Zombieland
78. Chronicles of Riddick (2004)
77. Scary Movie 3
76. Scary Movie 4
75. I Spy (2002)
74. Pearl Harbor (2001)
73. Avatar (2009)
72. Star trek (2009)
71. Green Lantern
70. Social Network
69. The Day After Tomorrow
68. War of the Worlds (2005)
67. The Happening
66. Men In Black
65. Men In Black 2
64. Planet of the Apes (2001)
63. Star Wars
62. Empire Strikes Back
61. Return of the Jedi
60. Revenge of the Sith
59. Transformers Revenge of the Fallen
58. The Bourne Supremacy
57. I, Robot
56. Aliens
55. The Terminator
54. Terminator 2
53. Terminator 3
52. Terminator Salvation (Terminator 4)
51. Saving Private Ryan
50. The Fast and The Furious
49. Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift
48. Fast and Furious
47. Fast Five
46. Minority Report
45. Outlander
44. Wanted
43. I Am Number Four
42. Spider Man 2
41. Spider Man 3
40. Road to Perdition
39. Braveheart
38. The Bourne Ultimatum
37. Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
36. Legion
35. Temple Grandin
34. LOTR: Return of the King
33. Book Of Eli
32. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
31. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
30. Transformers Dark of The Moon
29. The Dark Knight
28. Moneyball
27. The Help
26. Paycheck
25. Season Of the Witch
24. Max Payne
23. Hulk (2008)
22. 2012
21. Inception
20. Blood Diamond
19. The Fighter
18. Real Steel
17. Alien vs Predator
16. Predators (Predator 3)
15. Dawn of the Dead (2004)
14. The Other Guys
13. X-Men Origins Wolverine
12. Skyline
11. Cowboys and Aliens
10. Sunshine
9. Resident Evil Afterlife
8. 28 Weeks Later
7. Godzilla
6. The Departed
5. Shaun of the Dead
4. Matrix
3. Matrix Reloaded
2. Rise of the Planet of the Apes
1. Gladiator


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22 Feb 2012, 5:03 pm

MovieCriticGamer wrote:
Hmmm... I have a ton of Fav Films, but:

100. The Darkest Hour
99. X-Men 3
98. Bourne Identity
97. Good Will Hunting
96. The Town
95. Hurt Locker
94. LOTR: Fellowship of the Ring
93. LOTR: Two Towers
92. Death at a Funeral (2010)
91. Aliens
90. Shutter Island
89. The Green Mile
88. Punisher (2004)
87. District 9
86. District B13
85. Shooter
84. Cast Away
83. Taken (2008)
82. Unknown (2011)
81. Cloverfield (2008)
80. Jurassic Park 3
79. Zombieland
78. Chronicles of Riddick (2004)
77. Scary Movie 3
76. Scary Movie 4
75. I Spy (2002)
74. Pearl Harbor (2001)
73. Avatar (2009)
72. Star trek (2009)
71. Green Lantern
70. Social Network
69. The Day After Tomorrow
68. War of the Worlds (2005)
67. The Happening
66. Men In Black
65. Men In Black 2
64. Planet of the Apes (2001)
63. Star Wars
62. Empire Strikes Back
61. Return of the Jedi
60. Revenge of the Sith
59. Transformers Revenge of the Fallen
58. The Bourne Supremacy
57. I, Robot
56. Aliens
55. The Terminator
54. Terminator 2
53. Terminator 3
52. Terminator Salvation (Terminator 4)
51. Saving Private Ryan
50. The Fast and The Furious
49. Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift
48. Fast and Furious
47. Fast Five
46. Minority Report
45. Outlander
44. Wanted
43. I Am Number Four
42. Spider Man 2
41. Spider Man 3
40. Road to Perdition
39. Braveheart
38. The Bourne Ultimatum
37. Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
36. Legion
35. Temple Grandin
34. LOTR: Return of the King
33. Book Of Eli
32. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
31. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
30. Transformers Dark of The Moon
29. The Dark Knight
28. Moneyball
27. The Help
26. Paycheck
25. Season Of the Witch
24. Max Payne
23. Hulk (2008)
22. 2012
21. Inception
20. Blood Diamond
19. The Fighter
18. Real Steel
17. Alien vs Predator
16. Predators (Predator 3)
15. Dawn of the Dead (2004)
14. The Other Guys
13. X-Men Origins Wolverine
12. Skyline
11. Cowboys and Aliens
10. Sunshine
9. Resident Evil Afterlife
8. 28 Weeks Later
7. Godzilla
6. The Departed
5. Shaun of the Dead
4. Matrix
3. Matrix Reloaded
2. Rise of the Planet of the Apes
1. Gladiator


Skyline higher than Aliens?!?!?!?! BLASPHEMY :P :P :P


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22 Feb 2012, 9:31 pm

I don't think I can pick just one, so I'll make a list too:

Black Rain (Imamura Shohei's film, not the crappy Michael Douglas movie)
The Seven Samurai
Casablanca
The Maltese Falcon
Naked
The Seventh Seal
Hamlet (with Kenneth Branagh)
Mary and Max
Amelie
Se7en
King Kong (1933)



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22 Feb 2012, 9:52 pm

Ookla wrote:
I don't think I can pick just one, so I'll make a list too:

Black Rain (Imamura Shohei's film, not the crappy Michael Douglas movie)
The Seven Samurai
Casablanca
The Maltese Falcon

Naked
The Seventh Seal
Hamlet (with Kenneth Branagh)
Mary and Max
Naked
Amelie
Se7en
King Kong (1933)


Big yes to all of the above. Have you seen any of Bergman's other films? Persona and Cries and Whispers are tied for his best IMO, and are in a three way tie with Seven Samurai for my favorite film


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22 Feb 2012, 10:32 pm

AnnettaMarie wrote:
Fargo
Raising Arizona
The Big Lebowski


The Big Lebowski was HIL-ARIOUS.


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22 Feb 2012, 10:35 pm

davidalan11235813 wrote:
Ookla wrote:
I don't think I can pick just one, so I'll make a list too:

Black Rain (Imamura Shohei's film, not the crappy Michael Douglas movie)
The Seven Samurai
Casablanca
The Maltese Falcon

Naked
The Seventh Seal
Hamlet (with Kenneth Branagh)
Mary and Max
Naked
Amelie
Se7en
King Kong (1933)


Big yes to all of the above. Have you seen any of Bergman's other films? Persona and Cries and Whispers are tied for his best IMO, and are in a three way tie with Seven Samurai for my favorite film


I listed Naked twice. Sigh. Long day at work.

I have a Criterion box set with four of Bergman's films. The other three are The Virgin Spring, Wild Strawberries, and Smiles of a Summer Night. All very interesting films, especially Virgin Spring. (Years ago when I was a teenager watching Wes Craven's Last House on the Left, I certainly had no idea that I was watching a remake/ripoff of a Swedish art house film!) That's all the Bergman I've watched so far, but I'll check my local library to see if they have copies of the two you mentioned. Thanks for the recommendations!



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24 Feb 2012, 12:49 pm

There are so many threads like this that I've commented on, so I hope I haven't already. But here goes:

Blue Velvet
L.A. Confidential
The Usually Suspects
Cthulhu
The Thing (remake)
JFK

This list is subject to change.

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24 Feb 2012, 8:35 pm

Inception, Green Mile, Forest Gump, Band of Brothers, Hurt Locker, Money Pitt, Goonies, and Avatar.



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24 Feb 2012, 8:55 pm

Sickpuppies124 wrote:
Inception, Green Mile, Forest Gump, Band of Brothers, Hurt Locker, Money Pitt, Goonies, and Avatar.


They're a hell of good films to watch.


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24 Feb 2012, 9:14 pm

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Sickpuppies124 wrote:
Inception, Green Mile, Forest Gump, Band of Brothers, Hurt Locker, Money Pitt, Goonies, and Avatar.


They're a hell of good films to watch.
Avatar in 3D was INCREDIBLE!



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24 Feb 2012, 9:51 pm

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Sickpuppies124 wrote:
Inception, Green Mile, Forest Gump, Band of Brothers, Hurt Locker, Money Pitt, Goonies, and Avatar.


They're a hell of good films to watch.
Avatar in 3D was INCREDIBLE!


I know, right?

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25 Feb 2012, 11:14 am

Pretty Woman
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25 Feb 2012, 6:35 pm

Bicentennial Man - my favorite character is Galatea
I liked the part - where she was there when Robin Williams and his wife died. I wish that I had someone like that for me when my time came to go - so I wouldn't have to die by myself.

SleepOver - don't really know which actor I like the best - but I thought that Alexa Vega was really hot. At this point I would settle for Kallie Flynn Childress.

I am Sam - because I can relate to what the actor went through when they took his daughter away from him.. And they said Sean Penn couldn't act.

Good Bye Mr. Chips - could relate to not being liked or appreciated and not having many friends.

Captains Courageous - with Spencer Tracy. The boy who misbehaved in the movie was probably a ASPIE like me and he had a ham radio in his bedroom.

Dazed and Confused - it was pretty much a representation of how it looked in my town in 1979 when I was growing up and cruising town with my friends. The old cars, the old clothes, the jocks, the geeks, the freaks, the music and all the fun drinking and partying with my friends.

RV - I liked the hot chick daughter and the way that Robin Williams saved the day...

Duct Tape Forever - I just love old Red Greene.

Invincible - I know what it is like to come home to a empty house and a note that says that I left and you will never amount to anything. And the realization of when I became somebody and finally made it - even if just for a moment.

Knute Rockne All American - anyone that likes the football team Notre Dame and knows who he is - will realize that he was a genius. All the kids loved him and that was why they played so hard for him and why they won so many games.

The Sullivans - just a real nice story about a family that lost all of their sons in one day on a ship during World War II..
My daughter got a hoot out of watching it with me.
Liked to play marbles - she would close one eye when she would shoot and she would say Good Bye Pop's when she would walk into her mom's house when I would take her home after my visit every other weekend and holiday...

The Dukes of Hazzard - who doesn't like a movie with the General Lee, cars and bars and hot looking chicks....

Cheech and Chong - Things Are Tough All Over , I would tell my mom when she would sit in the car or truck while I went into a store - you can listen to the radio if you want, but I don't have any Freddy Fender.... Thats a real good one liner...

Days of Thunder - I took 4 different women to see the same movie at the drive in and forgot which one I did what with and was sneaking in one night - by driving backwards through the exit gate and got caught and had to pay to get in and there was only 15 minutes left to the movie.

Part of the movie was shot on Jr Johnson's farm in Wilkes County NC - was one reason why I moved south and wanted to work in NASCAR...

Moon Runners - was the plot which later became the television series The Dukes Of Hazzard...

Easy Rider - was a very interesting story and I liked the motorcycles and the music...

Dirty Mary Crazy Harry - didn't like the part in the end where they hit the train and died.. Liked the car they drove though...

Edison - The Man - another Spencer Tracy Movie.
Tom was probably a Auspie also...



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25 Feb 2012, 6:58 pm

Here is what Tesla had to say about Thomas Edison -

He had no hobby, cared for no sort of amusement of any kind and lived in utter disregard of the most elementary rules of hygiene. [...] His method was inefficient in the extreme, for an immense ground had to be covered to get anything at all unless blind chance intervened and, at first, I was almost a sorry witness of his doings, knowing that just a little theory and calculation would have saved him 90% of the labour. But he had a veritable contempt for book learning and mathematical knowledge, trusting himself entirely to his inventor's instinct and practical American sense.
—Nikola Tesla



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25 Feb 2012, 7:21 pm

The Bourne Identity

The Bourne Supremacy

The Bourne Ultimatum


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