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Old 06-21-12, 09:30 AM   #57

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Old 06-22-12, 04:53 AM   #58
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Greatest movies ever for me are:

Avatar in 3D
The Wrong turn
Scary Movies
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Old 06-22-12, 10:26 PM   #59
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"Greatest Films" to me, are the movies I can watch forever n ever, and still get that same feeling in various parts of my body I got from watching them the first time around. The ones you would bring to that island where you're only allowed five (most of y'all are a bunch of cheaters lol).

No order, here we go...

Aliens (1986) - This movie just got it all and unlike most of the genre, it DOESN'T AGE. Everything (except the hair cuts) looks just as cool and/or scary today as it did 25 years ago. The best movie of the series and the greatest action/horror/sci-fi movie of all time.

A Fish Called Wanda (1988) - My definition of "hilarious". OK, Sir Lancelot's heroic rescue also comes to mind, but this is a way better MOVIE. How many times have I quoted Otto over the years? Never drink beer in front of your screen while watching AFCW. Molto pericoloso...

Sword of the Stranger (2007) - No, it's not original and yes, it could've used a lil more meat on it, but this film got such HEART, it just drilled its way into mine and stayed there. They actually made me fear for the well-being of a japanimated lil dog. Nuff said

The Warriors (1979) - The most bad-ass comic book movie ever. You either get it or you don't. So the question is: "Can You Dig It?"

Princess Mononoke (1997) - Gorgeous animation, beautiful soundtrack and a gripping story with so many jaw-dropping moments it's almost surreal. The ultimate animated fairy tale so far. The Lion what? Beauty and the who? Nah, this is it, right here.
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Old 06-25-12, 07:33 AM   #60

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Old 06-25-12, 02:10 PM   #61
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Pulp Fiction
Natural Born Killers
The Big Lebowski
The Godfather
Reservoir Dogs

Since the thread is called “5 Greatest Films”, I didn’t include "Wall Street". It’d be number 6. I couldn’t disagree more with some of my predecessors but I guess everyone is entitled to their own taste and that’s a good thing
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Old 06-28-12, 06:19 AM   #62
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The Fifth Element
Total Recall
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Old 07-11-12, 09:02 AM   #63
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At this particular hour, on this particular day my top 5 would be,in no particular order;

People Will Talk (1951) Cary Grant, Jeanne Crain and Finlay Currie Director:JosephL.Mankiewicz

The History of Mr. Polly(1949) John Mills,Megs Jenkins and Betty Ann Davies
Director:Anthony Pelissier

Les visiteurs(1993) Christian Clavier, Jean Reno and Valérie Lemercier
Director:Jean-Marie Poiré

Gregory's Girl(1981) John Gordon Sinclair, Dee Hepburn and Clair Grogan
Director:Bill Forsyth

The Trouble with Harry(1955) John Forsythe, Shirley MacLaine and Edmund Gwenn
Director:Alfred Hitchcock

This top 5 is guaranteed to change probably some time today, as any lover of films will tell you what you , your favourite is dictated by time, mood, company in fact any tiny thing can changed our favourite film and when we watch it.
Just my opinion.
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Old 07-11-12, 09:15 AM   #64
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Star Wars
Lord of the Rings
Indiana Jones
James Bond Series
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Old 07-11-12, 10:20 AM   #66
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terminator 2
back to the future
pulp fiction
lock stock
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Old 07-11-12, 10:22 AM   #67
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Not in particular order...

The Man from Nowhere
V for Vendetta
Karas Prophecy & Revelation ( anime movie)
God of Gambler
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Old 12-15-12, 03:03 AM   #68
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My top 5 greatest movies of all are as following.

The Notebook
Killing Me Softly
God Father
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