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Old 09-23-2007, 11:57 PM   #1
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Talking Your Top Three Favorite Movies?

Mine would have to be Crocodile Dundee (all three) coming in first.



The Starwars series of Movies coming in second.



The Back to the Future Series of Movies coming in third.



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Old 09-24-2007, 12:55 AM   #2
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In no order:

The Bourne Trilogy

Man On Fire

Crash/Departed come in a tie for third

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Old 09-24-2007, 02:46 AM   #3
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gotta love the lethal weapon series (I know there's 4) but hey I have to be different otherwise I'm not me.
and George I like your choices A++
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Super Troopers
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Old 09-24-2007, 04:00 AM   #5
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Old school does indeed rock

Same with fight club, iv heard of man on fire but never had the chance to watch it.

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Can't decide tbh. I like old movies like The King and I, Gone with the Wind, Cleopatra, and some westerns (John Wayne & Clint Eastwood). You know, back when actors had to actually have talent (singing, dancing, etc.) Otoh, there are several movies today that I like but they are mostly either period pieces or epic drama's. A lot of the comedy's today are so DUMB (very low brow) and everything else is about blood, guts, and gore. Honestly, I have no desire to see what the blood pattern is on the wall after someone gets shot in the head. Also why I have no desire to play video games like Resident Evil or Halo. :/ Nice thread bro.
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Old 09-24-2007, 06:52 AM   #7
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Nice thread bro.
Was that sarcasm? =(

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Also why I have no desire to play video games like Resident Evil or Halo.
I played RE because it scared the Shat out of me! You could call Star Wars a Epic saga ^_^

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Not sarcasm, made me think for a bit. lol Yes, I love sci-fi. Forgot to add that. =P
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Old 09-24-2007, 06:59 AM   #9
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shawshank redemption (sp)

tombstone

Pulp Fiction
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Pulp Fiction
One of my favs

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Knights Tale

True Lies

Star Wars original trilogy (4,5,& 6)
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Lev you listed like.... ten movies. lol

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shawshank redemption (sp)

tombstone

Pulp Fiction
Awesome List!

I have too many to do just three.
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Old 09-24-2007, 07:32 AM   #13
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Lev you listed like.... ten movies. lol
Cant help it, I love movies.

Actually just got done with Disclosure with Demi Moore and Michael Douglas, usually dont like the drama genre movies but this one kicked some arse.

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Old 09-24-2007, 07:53 AM   #14
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Highlander - the original Movie
Scarface
Convoy - yeah its Cheesey, but watched it a lot with my dad growing up.
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I can't pare it down to just three. Among the top are Saving Private Ryan, 40-year old virgin, the three amigos, big lebowski, the Lord of the Rings movies . . . . . there's just too many.
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I'm a foreign film fan so mine won't ring many bells. I like to read, what can I say.
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Old 09-24-2007, 03:16 PM   #17
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Top three (not in order):

Office Space

The Princess Bride

So I Married an Ax Murderer

Others favs include:

Silverado

The first Pirates of the Caribbean

The Three Amigos

The Shrek movies

Blade Runner

Time Bandits

True Lies

Caddy Shack

Anything by National Lampoon (Animal House, Vacation, etc...)
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Old 09-24-2007, 03:43 PM   #18
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Runner-up) Young Frankenstein

3) Caddyshack

2) Blazing Saddles

1) Quest for the Holy Grail (Monty Python)
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Bourne Trilogy
Tombstone
Pulp Fiction

Blazing Saddles, Sixth Sense, Old School, Tin Cup, Bull Durham, Remember the Titans...and about 10 more tie for 4th on my list.
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Tough to narrow it down to three. But I would have to say The Three Amigos, Pink Floyd's The Wall and Alice in Wonderland (yes - the Disney movie).
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"The Quiet Man" - John Wayne
"Young Frankenstein"
Any of the Thin Man Movies
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Top 3 is just a tease.... Way too many to name!

No order:
Tombstone
Enemy at the Gates
Davy Crockett (w/Fess Parker)
Scarface
The War Wagon (w/John Wayne & Kirk Douglas)
The Shakiest Gun in the West (w/Don Knotts)
Casino
Dazed and Confused
Roadtrip
Fightclub
Happy Gilmore
Field of dreams

thats 3...........x4

Sorry!! Everytime I put one down, I think of another just as good.

Oh yea, "Ferris Buellers Day Off"

ok, thats it!!
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Top 3 is just a tease.... Way too many to name!

No order:
Tombstone
Enemy at the Gates
Davy Crockett (w/Fess Parker)
Scarface
The War Wagon (w/John Wayne & Kirk Douglas)
The Shakiest Gun in the West (w/Don Knotts)
Casino
Dazed and Confused
Roadtrip
Fightclub
Happy Gilmore
Field of dreams

thats 3...........x4

Sorry!! Everytime I put one down, I think of another just as good.

Oh yea, "Ferris Buellers Day Off"

ok, thats it!!
Damn - forgot about Tombstone. Gotta add one more to my top 3!
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Top 3 is just a tease.... Way too many to name!

No order:
Tombstone
Enemy at the Gates
Davy Crockett (w/Fess Parker)
Scarface
The War Wagon (w/John Wayne & Kirk Douglas)
The Shakiest Gun in the West (w/Don Knotts)
Casino
Dazed and Confused
Roadtrip
Fightclub
Happy Gilmore
Field of dreams

thats 3...........x4

Sorry!! Everytime I put one down, I thought of another just as good.

Oh yea, "Ferris Buellers Day Off"

ok, thats it!!
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Hmmm.... In no certain order.
Vacation
Airplane
The Naked Gun....

The list goes on!
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Top three (not in order):

Office Space

The Princess Bride
Excellent choices.

One more, "Smokey and the Bandit."
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It is hard to pick just three. I could list 20, but my top three are:

1. Young Guns
2. The Outlaw Josey Wales
3. A History of Violence

I have also been watching a lot of The 40 Year Old Virgin. HBO has been playing a ton of it lately. I can't make it past it. I have to stop and watch.
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Old 09-24-2007, 07:36 PM   #29
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I think this is one of my favorite threads yet...Thanks Levinoss.

How bout another....

Full Metal Jacket




I couldn't resist.

Really this is just a bump, i like to see others favorites...
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Runner-up) Young Frankenstein

3) Caddyshack

2) Blazing Saddles

1) Quest for the Holy Grail (Monty Python)

WOW the exact ones i was thinking!!!!!

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