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Just a few in random order

A tale of two sisters (great movie! Fight club mixed with the ring!)
Kill bill 1 – 2
The road home
Angel heart
Battle royale
Fight club
Reservoir dogs
Pulp fiction
Crouching tiger hidden dragon
Hero

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I got several but the best ones are the ones you can think of are the ones off the top of your head so here are my top 12
1-Star Wars episodes 4-6
2-The Fugitive
3-Batman with Keaton
4-The Mask Of Zorro
5-Signs
6-Foul Play
7-Star Wars eps 1-3 even though 3 is not out yet but they go together
8-Raiders of The Lost Arc
9-Patriot Games
10-Clear And Present Danger
11-Independence Day
12-Liscence To Drive


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Well, off the top of my head...

Gladiator
LOTR
The Color Purple
National Lampoons Van Wilder
BraveHeart
Shrek 1 & 2
Snatch
The Usual Suspects
Bulletproof Monk
Pitch Black
Dead Man Walking
Fiddler on the Roof
Underworld
Patch Adams
Ever After
Leviathon
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Matrix Trilogy
The Abyss
Blade
Constantine (which I just saw)

.... just to name a few. :lol:


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


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Cast Away
Phone Booth
Behind Enemy Lines
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There are far too many good movies to be classified as my favorates, but I can name a few.

8 Heads in a Duffle Bag

Most of all Adam Sandler's movies

Philadelphia

Snatch

Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

Unbreakable

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Ferris Bueller's Day Off :mrgreen:


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Some of my favourites (that I can remember at the moment)....

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Harry Potter
The Parent's Trap
Moulin Rouge
Grease
Spritied Away

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There's wayyy too many to name.....but i'll try cutting it down to 20

1. The Breakfast Club
2. Fast Times at Ridgemont High
3. Girl Interrupted
4. Ray
5. Ladder 49
6. Highway Men(lots and lots of action)
7. The Exorcist
8. Thirteen
9. Blue Collar Comedy Tour(first one and "Rides Again")
10. The Other Sister
11. The Game
12. The Grudge
13. Saw
14. Meet the Fockers
15. Donnie Darko
16. Saved
17. Napoleon Dynamite
18. The Glass House
19. Without a Paddle
20. Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back

*Thanks to all of those who took time to read the whole list and actually didn't get bored...lol :D


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Haha no I didn't get bored, actually I know many of them and there are some I was recommended to watch, but didn't do so yet.

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Updated top 10 list:
1) Sound Of Music
2) Matrix 1+2 and Frenchman scene in 3
3) LOTR trilogy
4) The 3 origianal Star Wars Movies
5) Serendipity
6) Ferris Buellers Day Off
7) For Me and My Gal *classic*
8) Chicago
9) Hitch
10) The origianal Buffy the Vampire Slayer

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Absolutely has to be Wuthering Heights with Merle Oberon and Laurence Olivier. You just can't beat the line from Heathcliff to Cathy: "If he loved you with all the power of his soul for a lifetime he could never love you as much as I do in a single day." They just don't write stuff like that anymore!

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Fight Club

The Matrix (!!)

BRAZIL (!!!!!!!!!!)

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (!!!!)

Donnie Darko (!!!)

Clockwork Orange (!!!!)

Shawshank Redemption (!!!!!)

12 Monkeys (!!!)

Exclamation points aerve as a poor rating system. :P

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Yes! to Shawshank Redemption and I like the part in Wuthering Heights where Heathcliffe tells Cathy to come to him in any form after death - now that's love - I'm not sure I could handle the "any form" part but, I guess, as long as the spirit is the same

I also love:
Gaslight
My Fair Lady
Lion in Winter (Hepburn and O'Toole)
The Lady Vanishes
Stigmata
Thin Man (all)
Pirates of the Caribbean
Benny and Joon
The Replacements (those cheerleader scenes are hilarious)
Mary Poppins
Dogma
Local Hero
The Full Monty
Monty Python and the Holy Grail


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Brave Heart
LORD OF THE RING TRILOGY
matrix trilogy
Y tu mama Tambien
ou marie
Amelie
sCARY mOVIE :lol:

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