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    jooncoi rock...paper...SHOTGUN

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    a nice easy one for you all
    i think you can tell a lot about a person from their film likes an dislikes....stay away from peeps who have 'dude wheres my car and scary movie in their top 5!!!!

    in no particular order

    1. the fisher king
    2. 12 monkeys
    3. clerks (had to have a kevin smith in there, couldnt decied which one)
    4. cube
    5. pulp fiction
    6. high fidelity
    7. requiem for a dream
    8. dazed and confused
    9. empire records
    10. nightmare before christmas

    theres shitloads more, gross point blank, jacobs ladder, edward sciccorhands (actually, make that everything tim burton ever made) fight club, fear an loathing in las vegas, lock stock, too many
    so whats yours??
     
  2. Trilobyte_simon

    Trilobyte_simon Junior Members

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    Hmm ... may have to watch some of them :Grin:

    Other good ones:

    - Dusk till Dawn
    - Circus
    - Millionaire Hotel (?)
    - Blade 1
    - Momento
     
  3. Wiley Peyote

    Wiley Peyote Junior Members

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    ** Big fish
    ** Kill Bill
    **Pulp Fiction
    **Black Hawk Down
    **L-O-T-R Trilogy
    **Natural Born Killers
    **Donnie Darko
    **Matrix
     
  4. jooncoi

    jooncoi rock...paper...SHOTGUN

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    wiley you bar steward, i aint seen big fish yet :mad:
     
  5. Number_six

    Number_six Fluffy Love

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    humm today...

    1. The ninth configuration

    2. Quiet Earth

    3. 2001

    4. Seven Samurai

    5. Lord of the Rings

    6. Cypher

    7. Minority Report

    8. Gross Point Blank

    9. Underworld

    10. Spinal Tap
     
  6. opia

    opia locus solus

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    big fish is really good, one of my recent favourites

    watching the new peter pan is recommended too, so purdy :shrooms: :shrooms: :wub:
     
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    Wiley Peyote Junior Members

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    its well weird.....and all takes shape at the end....a classic twisted tale
     
  8. jooncoi

    jooncoi rock...paper...SHOTGUN

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    pan was ferry good, i'm in love with the sweet madness of tink
     
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    Warwick Bassmonkey Average Sized Member

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    Fight Club.
    The Matrix.
    The Commitments
    The Terminator.
    The Shawshank Redemption.
    The Green Mile.
    Shrek.
    Toy Story 2.
    The Empire Strikes Back.
    Gladiator - especially 'cos my Dad was in it. :Grin:
     
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    Mulholland Drive
    Clockwork Orange
    Irreversible
    Requiem for a Dream
    Donnie Darko
    Lost In Translation
    American beauty
    Suspiria
    Taxi Driver
    Halloween (obviously! thus the avatar)

    Got many others but these have been repeated alot. :?
     
  11. jooncoi

    jooncoi rock...paper...SHOTGUN

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  12. Rave Dave

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    Warwick bassmonkey, you have good taste in films! I can't believe you said the Beatles were shit on a different top 10. Oh well, your opinion! Although you ARE wrong! lol

    Faith and smiles, Dave
     
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    SlinKer Junior Members

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    I think Requiem For a Dream would ween anyone off of anything! especially the UNCUT directors version, thats sure one powerful movie and something everyone has to experience at some point! :o
     
  14. DeathPosture

    DeathPosture Fingering.Nuns.On.Mars

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    Some of my fav'e flicks...

    * Reservoir Dogs
    * The Shawshank Redemption
    * Godfather trilogy
    * Pulp Fiction
    * The Deer Hunter
    * Taxi-driver
    * Silence Of The Lambs
    * Requiem For A Dream
    * Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas
    * Goodfellas
    * Jackie Brown
    * From Dusk Till Dawn
    * One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
    * Boogie Nights
    * Apocalypse Now
    * Star Wars trilogy
    * Trainspotting
    * Clerks
    * Usual Suspects
    * Sling Blade
    * LOTR: Trilogy
    * Fight Club
    * The Matrix
    * Alien
    * Donnie Brascoe
    * Desperado
    * The Shining
    * Seven
    * The Big Lebowski
    * Fargo
    * Being John Malkovich
    * Adaptation
    * American Beauty
    * Memento
    * Monty Phyton And The Holy Grail
    * Monty Phyton's Life Of Brian
    * American History X
    * Sleepers
    * Kill Bill 1 + 2
    * Lost In Translation
    * Adaptation
    * Mystic River
    * Mulholland Drive
    * Patton

    And many many more... I'm a movie-buff!

    DP
     
  15. jooncoi

    jooncoi rock...paper...SHOTGUN

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    good list deathposture
    by the way if anyone plays guitar...i urge you to learn 'la cavatina' (the classical guitar piece in deer hunter) its a beautiful piece...i can the first 3 bars!!!!!

    oh and the song that antonio plays in desperado with los lobos (moreno de mi corazon) learn that once you've you've gpt real hard skin on the tips of your fingers...unlike me, finger tip blisters arent fun
     
  16. oOemmaOo

    oOemmaOo hello

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    Oh everyones mentioned so many good films...here are some more tho!!

    7 years in tibet
    Nightmare before christmas
    Brazil
    The Wicker Man
    City of Lost children
     
  17. oOemmaOo

    oOemmaOo hello

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    ooer, hardly seen any of those...although I got called beetlejuice about 15 years ago by my stepdad when a hair colouring experiment went wrong! :Grin: 7 years in Tibet - well it aint the greatest, but it was the film that opened my eyes to the terrible plight of the Tibetians - awful that a film had to do that...but I'm glad something did...
     
  18. Number_six

    Number_six Fluffy Love

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    U just luv brad...hehe

    maybe one of his best films thought.....great locations :Grin:
     
  19. jooncoi

    jooncoi rock...paper...SHOTGUN

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    best brad film.......fight club (with the fantatical mr edward norton too)

    more for my list
    vincent - early tim burton film that he made in college bout a 8 year old kid who wants to be vincent price

    o brother where art thou

    crossroads (not the britney piece o'shit, a blues film with the karate kid in it)

    blues brothers

    the fisher king (did i already write that)

    dog town a z boys (more of a documentry bout 70's skaters than a film)

    the pianist

    dancer in the dark......watch it to the end an try to hold back the tears :sob:
     
  20. oOemmaOo

    oOemmaOo hello

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    I love Dog Town and Z boys....great docco, I was so close to putting it on me list but its not really a movie...hrm :P :Wink3:
    O brother where art thou also great choice :Smile3:
     
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