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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2004 7:55 am 
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Just for fun, I was curious what you guys like to watch? I'm into Peter Jackson's tirlogy, Lord of the Rings. :lol:

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Cast Away
Perfect Storm
Amagedon
The Core
Apollo 13
Matrix
Matrix Reloaded
LOTR Trilogy

Action
Comedy
Musicals
well you get the idea.

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I have lots and lots, but for starters these pop into my head...

Fight Club
Neverending Story
From Hell
Monty Python & The Holy Grail
Kill Bill 1 & 2
LotR
Harry Potter
Hero
X-Men 1 & 2
Spiderman 1 & 2

lots and lots more :P


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Can you see someone getting teary eyed in Spiderman 2?



Not that I cried... :roll:

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Heaven Can Wait
Much Ado About Nothing
Regarding Henry
The Pelican Brief
The fugitive
The Truth Abour Cats and Dogs
...to name a few

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I noticed within the few posts here although some of the movies I enjoy greatly are listed my favorite is not. My favorite film is "Boondock Saints." I highly recommend this film to everyone, it's a Troy Duffy film. It tells of two highly religous Irish brothers who decide that the scum of the earth needs to be cleaned up and they fix the situation with an iron fist as though they had God's permission. (giving that God exists)

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Harry Potter
The Lord of the Rings
Ella Enchanted.

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Location: Greece --->Kalampaka - Meteora - Metsovo
1. Cleopatra
2. Lawrence of Arabia
3. Spartacus
4. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
5. A Fistful of Dollars
6. For a Few Dollars More
7. The Guns of Navarone
8. The Bridge on the River Kwai

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Troy - parts of it were just wrong but when it was all over I really liked it (after I got past the crying...lol)

My all time favorite movie:
Girl Interrupted

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Speaking of Troy...I also liked it, a lot actually, but I was a teary wreck when Hector died. :S

My all time top movies:

Pride and Prejudice
Beauty and the Beast
Sense and Sensibility

And also very good are:

Lord or the Rings: Return of the King
Much ado about Nothing
Serendipity

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1. A Clockwork Orange (my favourite)

And in order my top 10:

2. A Beautiful Mind
3. Land of Shadows
4. Pi
5. Harry Potter
6. One flew over the cuckoo's nest
7. Apocalypse now
8. The Ring
9. Monsters INC.
10. Star Wars Trilogy

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Oh, my...

The Ox-Bow Incident
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
The Philadelphia Story
National Treasure
Cold Mountain
Lagaan
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Breakfast At Tiffany's
Singin' In The Rain
Gone With The Wind
Napoleon Dynamite
Monsters, Inc.
Princess Mononoke


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Yah, my turn.

I'd have to say that:
Terminator 2
Indiana Joneseseses (The last one was my favourite)
Fight Club was pretty awesome, nice twist
Watched Resevour Dogs yesterday, that was a good one
Life of Brian, always makes me laugh.
Cruel Intentions was halarious. lloved that one
Meaning of LIfe was another good Python film.

thats about all i can think of off the top of me head.

On tha topic, what do ya rekon was the best Quotable film ever?


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Lord of the Rings most definatly. Pirates of the Carribean was pretty good too. Some other I also likle:

Much Ado About Nothing (its hilarious!!!)
Harry Potter (I like fantasy)
Troy (awesome movie!!! I love mythology)


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Here's a few of mine...

Casablanca
The Best Years of Our Lives
It Happened One Night
Cleopatra (with Claudette Colbert)
An Affair to Remember
Gone With the Wind
The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House
My Favorite Wife
The Thin Man (and The Thin Man sequels)
The Maltese Falcon
Run Silent, Run Deep
They Were Expendable

...yeah... I'm an old codger ;)


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