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What is your Top 5 Movies Of All Time? by fierogtowner
Started on: 05-09-2006 09:34 PM
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Not in any particular order after #1

1. Glory
We were soldiers
Adventures of Baron Munchausen
American History X
Blazing Saddles


WOOT!!! My first page ownage!!!

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Originally posted by wanobi:


American History X


Good movie!

Anyone remember "Apt Pupil"?

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Originally posted by NEPTUNE:


I didn't "get" the whole French scene. I'll watch it again though, because
Its still my personal fave movie.



And mine.

If it's the "dinner sciene" i'm thinking about, i think the director was saying something about "civility in the midst of barbarity".
What say you all?
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Remember that the topic is favorite movies, not great, or even good movies....

Lake Placid
Super Troopers
The Transporter
Braveheart
Evil Dead 3 Army of Darkness
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Originally posted by Boondawg:


Good movie!

Anyone remember "Apt Pupil"?


Yes, I recently got my wife to watch it with me. I forgot about the kitty cat scene. She made me turn it off.
I would have to say it goes in my top 10 movie list, but not 5.
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1) Monty Python and the Holy Grail. "What are you going to do, blee on me?"

2) Amadeus. "Well, there it is."

3) Heartbreak Ridge. "Improvise, Adapt. Overcome."

4) Purple Rain. "How's the family?"

5) Johnny Dangerously. "You got those. I like those on a girl."

The 2004 World Series film almost got in there....
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Originally posted by Patrick's Dad:
1) Monty Python and the Holy Grail. "What are you going to do, bleed on me?"

I know the inspiration to that bit, very self centered fellow.


I'm going to break the 5 listings because it wasn't really a rule and others already have anyways. Growing up my friend's father owned a video store so we watched whatever we wanted. I don't buy a movie I don't really like and most of these I own:

Mad Max and Road Warrior
Eric the Viking, and all the others including the TV shows
Silverado
Black Rain
Blade Runner, both standard and directors cut
Jaws I and II
Alien series
2001
Shawshank Redemption
The ORGINAL Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back
Raiders of the Lost Ark
The Matrix
Brother, Where art thou?
Phonomena
The Ghost and The Darkness
Big Fish
Unbreakable
Sixth Sense
Mary Poppins
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Romeo and Juliet (Newest one - not because of Leo - just the cinemetography)
What Dreams may Come
The Last Samurai
The Longest Yard, the original
Chitty,Chitty,Bang,Bang
Casablanca
The Godfather
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Rocky (I like the first one best, but the third one was good too)
Evil Dead, all 3
Amadeus
Gremlins
Air America
Rocky Horror Picture Show
Bridge on the River Qwai
Dirty Dozen
Big Red One


OK, thats enough for now

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Originally posted by Boondawg:


And mine.

If it's the "dinner sciene" i'm thinking about, i think the director was saying something about "civility in the midst of barbarity".
What say you all?


Also, if you notice that they were armed when they first met them.

You made a great point about civility in the midst of barbarity.

But it also has something to do with remembering how the war started. The French colonized Indochine (Vietnam and the rest of the South East Asia). They are the ones that started the Vietnam War. The French were in a burtial war with the Communist Vietnamese who was fighting for independence.

Typical of the French, they gave up and ask the USA for help. The US went in after the French to clean up their mess, but we got tangled in it as well.

I remember a Historian calling it the worst trade in the 20 century. We gave the French the Marshall Plan and they gave us the Vietnam War.

So I think the director wanted to point out that there is more to the mystery that is the Vietnam War and you have to remember the French were the ones starting it. Listen to the conversation that they have during the dinner scene.


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Original War of the Worlds
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Tora, Tora, Tora
Its a Mad, Mad, Mad World
Animal House
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Originally posted by stevenrossi:

What would be really interesting are the top five WORST movies of all time - in your opinions.

3) War of the Worlds



Steven I hope you are talking about the new WOTW, and not the 1953 classic!

The original WOTW was incredible, holds up all these years later, and has the single coolest sci-fi creations of all time - the Martian War Machine, complete with "cobra" head and incredible sound effects! I also believe WOTW to be the best sci fi story ever. Imagine you are living in 1898, you pick up a copy of this new Wells book. And it blows you away. Then of course there's the 1937 Orson Wells radio version, and later the Jeff Wayne Musical ("Oooh LAH!") I have them all. Ironically I haven't seen the new one yet. Speilberg has lost my confidence and Cruise...well, there's a thread about that right now. He's sort of replacing Michael Jackson as we watch, almost like time lapse photography.

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Originally posted by Flamberge:


Ironically I haven't seen the new one yet. Speilberg has lost my confidence
- Flamberge


Well then, watching the new one WILL NOT restore your confidence in him!
No, really.
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Originally posted by Flamberge:


Steven I hope you are talking about the new WOTW, and not the 1953 classic!

Cruise...well, there's a thread about that right now. He's sort of replacing Michael Jackson as we watch, almost like time lapse photography.

- Flamberge


Ever notice that you NEVER see Tom Cruise and Michael Jackson together?
Like Clark Kent and Superman.
OK, maybe Peter Parker and Spiderman.....

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All of a sudden I understand most of you SO MUCH BETTER NOW.

My God, it's beginning to add up!

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Originally posted by Toddster:

All of a sudden I understand most of you SO MUCH BETTER NOW.

My God, it's beginning to add up!



You mean based on our favorite movies?
It does kinda make sense, don't it!

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1. The Matrix
2. Fight Club
3. Full Metal Jacket
4. Holy Grail
5. Dumb and Dumber (although I've seen it so many times it's startin to get boring. )

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1. Falling Down
2. Caddy Shack
3. Office Space
4. Johnny Dangerously
5. Blazing Saddles
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1.) The Princess Bride "Bye, bye boys. Have fun storming the castle."

2.) Johnny Dangerously "You shouldn't hang me on a hook Johnny. My mother hung me on a hook once. Once."

3.) Real Genius "I was thinking of the immortal words of Socrates who said, "I drank what?"

4.) I Robot "Oh hell no"

5.) Star Wars Episode III "Do what must be done. Do not hesitate. Show no mercy"


I have so many I like. But I don't know if I can pic favorites. But those are some of the ones I like anyway.

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Not necessarily my current top-five, but here are the movies that made the most impact on me when I saw them for the first time.

1. Star Wars - A New Hope
2. Raiders of the Lost Ark
3. Poltergeist
4. The Abyss
5. Back to the Future

6. Saturday Night Fever
7. Aliens
8. Contact
9. Ghostbusters
10. Batman
11. The Fifth Element
12. Jurassic Park
13. Close Encounters of the Third Kind
14. X-Men 2
15. Jaws
16. The Exorcist
17. Apollo 13
18. Cool Hand Luke
19. Gladiator

I'm sure I can think of a few more.
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aww man... I forgot office space.
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I'm gonna have to go ahead and sort of disagree with you there.

Well, since everyone is going past my 5 permanent rules lol, I'll say #6 for Office Space, Bill Lumbergh cracks me up.
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Return of the Living Dead
John Carpenters Vampires
Nightmare on Elm Street
Evil Dead 2
Dawn of the Dead

There are probably another 2 dozen, so the 5 are just what I've watched recently (for about the 50th time each).
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Originally posted by ryan.hess:

aww man... I forgot office space.


And I forgot The Princess Bride! "You are the brute squad!"
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no Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back fans out there? that's the funniest movie i've ever seen. not sure about top 5, there's a lot to choose from.
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Originally posted by sostock:

no Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back fans out there? that's the funniest movie i've ever seen. not sure about top 5, there's a lot to choose from.



Way better in Dogma than their own film.
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To hard....

Some great films you all are listing, some that make me go WTF also...

Princess Bride has some great one liners.

Evil Dead... cult classics

Speaking of cult classic... Noone has Rocky Horror Picture Show on their list. I didn't think of it and I've got the film, the record etc.. don't remember how many times I've seen it. Weirdest Rocky Horror Show experience was seeing it in a theatre in Germany and audience just sat there and watched it. Now THAT was strange.
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Rocky Horror HAS to be seen in a theater. We used to go weekly for a midnite show. On TV its no good....gotta have all the audience participation. Always funny to see 'newbies' wondering why everyone in line had a bag. We always had people running around in costume during the whole movie too.
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1. Aliens (all of them)
2. Saving private Ryan
3. Band of brothers
4. Reservoir Dogs
5. Pulp Fiction
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dawn of the dead
gone in 60 seconds
braveheart
the crow
40 year old virgin

there's a bunch.. just a few though I'm a huge movie guy I love comedy, action/suspense, gory stuff.. pretty much anything if it's good.
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No particular order

Boondock Saints
Anything Monty Python
Gone in 60 seconds
AvP
Cannonball Run

Plus alot of stuff already posted lol
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in no order:

Back to the Future
Fight Club
American Beauty
Raise the Red Lantern
American Psycho

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Originally posted by Scott-Wa:
Noone has Rocky Horror Picture Show on their list. I didn't think of it and I've got the film, the record etc.. don't remember how many times I've seen it.


It's on my list. I even have the script for the audience.

 
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Rocky Horror HAS to be seen in a theater. We used to go weekly for a midnite show. On TV its no good....gotta have all the audience participation. Always funny to see 'newbies' wondering why everyone in line had a bag. We always had people running around in costume during the whole movie too.


4 ways to watch it:
1. rent the movie and see it at home.
2. audience participation.
3. reinact the movie on stage at the theatre
4. back row
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Rocky Horror is a great movie. I have it on DVD but I've never seen it in a theatre. I've heard all the stories but never been lucky enough to catch it at the movies.
Others
Casablanca
Maltese Falcon
The last Star Wars
5th Element
Blazing Saddles

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IMDB.com is a good place to look up info if you want. I love movies......top 5. hmmmm

1. Breathless 1983 with Richard Gere

2. Heat 1995 with Al Pacino and Robert Deniro

3. Normal Life 1996 with Ashley Judd and Luke Perry

4. Meet Joe Black 1998 with Brad Pitt and Anthony Hopkins

5. Gone in 60 seconds. 2000 with Nicholas Cage

6. Face Off 1997 with Nicholas Cage and John Travolta

7. Rounders 1998 with Matt Damon and Edward Norton

ok so I can't count lol. I am in the process of rebuilding my movie collection from scratch. Here is what I "used to" have in both pics. Roughly 250 not counting the tv shows. I now have about 40. A long ways to go still.



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1 monty python and the holy grail
2 the crow
3 macross plus
4 ghost in the shell
5 ninja scroll
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1. Star Wars (All of them)
2. Billy Madison
3. Happy Gilmore
4. The Matrix
5. Blood Sport

gahhhh...... forgot Back to the Future

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Originally posted by baldlobo:

1 monty python and the holy grail
2 the crow
3 macross plus
4 ghost in the shell
5 ninja scroll



Alright.. anime!! Which brings me to my lists...

Anime (so hard to pick just a few!!) or Animation:

1. Vampire Hunter D Bloodlust
2. Fire & Ice - Ralph Bakshi
3. Mulan I & II
4. Spirit Stallion of The Cimarron
5. Fern Gully or Lion King

It is really hard to pick just 5 movies, maybe easier if they were in categories of 5 laugh......

1. Black Stallion, Black Stallion Returns & Young Black Stallion
2. Brotherhood of The Wolf
3. Lady Hawke
4. Van Helsing
5. Pirates of The Caribbean: Curse of The Black Pearl
Jackie Chan: Shanghai Noon & Shanghai Knights
Will Smith: Wild Wild West & I Robot
Underworld I & II

Plus a lot of others... laugh...
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And one more...

American Beauty.
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Let's see....

1 American Graffiti

2 Star Wars (Original)

3 Star Trek First Contact

4 Men in Black

5 Diehard

Yeah, that would be it.

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Report this Post05-17-2006 07:37 AM Click Here to See the Profile for hughClick Here to Email hughSend a Private Message to hughDirect Link to This Post
I'm not much for watching movies,but there are some that I would watch again.
Twelve angry men(black and white)
It's a mad,mad,mad,mad world
The great race
Citizen X
There are some more with Steven Segal(sp) who is a terrible actor but his movies are fun to watch!
There are a few more,but I can't remember them.
I just watched "China's little devils" after 60 years.It didn't have the same effect it had 60 years ago,but it was neat to see again.
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