Whats your favorite movie of all time?

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RE: Whats your favorite movie of all time?

Post by lomagu » Sat 08.26.2006 10:48 pm

Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Indianna Jones.. yeah, I'm a geek, I know.

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RE: Whats your favorite movie of all time?

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RE: Whats your favorite movie of all time?

Post by nick-san » Sat 08.26.2006 11:17 pm

Naruto movie edition 2

Absolute favorite of all time.

As for english... probably Scary Movie 3
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RE: Whats your favorite movie of all time?

Post by Infidel » Sat 08.26.2006 11:41 pm

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RE: Whats your favorite movie of all time?

Post by DeathOfSoul » Sun 08.27.2006 1:08 am

The Nightmare Before Christmas! ^o^ It's a classic, and I've loved it since I was little.

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RE: Whats your favorite movie of all time?

Post by Sumi » Sun 08.27.2006 1:47 am

好きな映画はSilent Hillなんです。
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RE: Whats your favorite movie of all time?

Post by Sakana_12345 » Sun 08.27.2006 4:42 pm

Too many to choose from but my favourites include;

Midnight Express
The Great Escape
Shawshank Redemption
Amistad
Easy Rider - Probably has the best soundtrack of any movie I've seen.
Chinatown
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
A Beautiful Mind
K-PAX
Cidade De Deus (City Of God)
Das Boot (The Boat)
Wonder Boys
The Shining

And so many more.

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RE: Whats your favorite movie of all time?

Post by Reno » Mon 08.28.2006 8:36 am

Reservoir Dogs
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RE: Whats your favorite movie of all time?

Post by MrTuesday » Thu 08.31.2006 12:15 am

Fight Club

Love the story, and love the look of the film itself.

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RE: Whats your favorite movie of all time?

Post by Frumious Boojum » Thu 08.31.2006 10:43 am

I have too many... here's some:

Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
Passion of Joan of Arc
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Nightmare Before Christmas
Lilo & Stitch

And just about any Piratey film. :)

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RE: Whats your favorite movie of all time?

Post by LeGasp » Sun 09.03.2006 12:35 pm

Oh who framed Rpger Rabit was a great movie too. I haven't seen it in ages! They used to show it on public television during like the afternoon movie slot, usually those movies sucked but Who Framed Roger Rabbit was one of the better ones. I also like The Nightmare Before Christmas and The Corpse Bride :D
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RE: Whats your favorite movie of all time?

Post by Seijiro Hiko » Sun 09.03.2006 12:47 pm

Reno wrote:
Reservoir Dogs
Yes! Reno you're my man! (high fives). Sakana good pick on The Shawshank Redemption. :D
anyway besides resevoir dogs I like:

1) Samurai X (the OVA) - Great Musical score, dialogue, story, emotional depth, and action!
Pulp Fiction
Hero
Boondock Saints
The Matrix Series
The Last Samurai
Blazing Saddles
(I could name a hundred other but I guess I'll just say that epics in general no matter the time period or culture and movies with great dialogue are good)
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