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    the princess bride
    book of eli
    talladega nights
    seven psychopaths
    it's a wonderful life
    no country for old men
    friday
    life of pi
    training day
    hot tub time machine
    Last edited by Bad Fish; 08-20-2015 at 03:49 PM. Reason: changed 2 movies out

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    Articulate Author PC77's Avatar
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    In no particular order:
    Goodfellas
    Scarface
    Point Break
    The Matrix
    Terminator 2
    Trainspotting
    Se7en
    Salt
    Boyz in the Hood
    Training Day

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    Quote Originally Posted by legalious View Post
    Blazing Saddles
    Half Baked
    Nightmare on Elm St (original)
    Rocky Horror Picture Show
    Pitch Perfect
    Hercules (Disney)
    Batman Returns
    Avatar
    Godzilla (newest)
    Star Wars Episode 3
    Legalious, you are Flaccid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Fish View Post
    the princess bride
    book of eli
    talladega nights
    bubba ho tep
    it's a wonderful life
    finding nemo
    friday
    life of pi
    training day
    hot tub time machine
    Bad Fish, you are Flaccid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PC77 View Post
    In no particular order:
    Goodfellas
    Scarface
    Point Break
    The Matrix
    Terminator 2
    Trainspotting
    Se7en
    Salt
    Boyz in the Hood
    Training Day
    PC77, you are Erect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vile Lynn View Post
    Tim Burton (Nightmare Before Christmas)
    Hayao Miyazaki (Howl's Moving Castle)
    Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead)
    Quentin Tarantino (Kill Bill I & II)
    David Fincher (Girl with the Dragon Tatoo)
    Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo)
    Hideki Takayama (Urotsukidoji: Legend of the Overfiend)
    Andy & Lana Wachowskis (The Matrix Trilogy)
    George Lukas (Star Wars)
    Stephen Spielberg (Indiana Jones & Raiders of the Lost Ark)
    Vile Lynn, you are Semi.

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    @Movie Critic, what's your Top 10 movies?

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    Planes,Trains and automobiles-John Hughes
    Django unchained- Tarantino
    Titanic- James Cameron
    Almost famous- Cameron Crowe
    Animal house- John Landis
    Man on fire- tony Scott
    Shawshank redemption- Frank Darabont
    Forrest Gump- Robert Zemeckis
    City of God- Fernando Meirelles
    The unusual suspects- Bryan Singer

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    Quote Originally Posted by PC77 View Post
    @Movie Critic, what's your Top 10 movies?
    The Dark Knight
    American History X
    Scarface
    Fight Club
    A Clockwork Orange
    Saving Private Ryan
    Forrest Gump
    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    Anchorman
    Whiplash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingsquad23 View Post
    Planes,Trains and automobiles-John Hughes
    Django unchained- Tarantino
    Titanic- James Cameron
    Almost famous- Cameron Crowe
    Animal house- John Landis
    Man on fire- tony Scott
    Shawshank redemption- Frank Darabont
    Forrest Gump- Robert Zemeckis
    City of God- Fernando Meirelles
    The unusual suspects- Bryan Singer
    Flyingsquad23, you are Erect.

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    The Mask
    Silent Hill
    Bridesmaids
    Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
    A Million Ways to Die in the West
    Alien
    Spaceballs
    Matrix
    From Dusk Till Dawn
    Die Hard

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    Articulate Author PC77's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Movie Critic View Post
    The Dark Knight
    American History X
    Scarface
    Fight Club
    A Clockwork Orange
    Saving Private Ryan
    Forrest Gump
    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    Anchorman
    Whiplash
    Not bad but Anchorman sucks. The only thing worst than it was Anchorman 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by beartrap View Post
    The Mask
    Silent Hill
    Bridesmaids
    Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
    A Million Ways to Die in the West
    Alien
    Spaceballs
    Matrix
    From Dusk Till Dawn
    Die Hard
    beartrap, you are Flaccid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PC77 View Post
    Not bad but Anchorman sucks. The only thing worst than it was Anchorman 2
    Anchorman 2 was quite terrible indeed. Huge disappointment considering I thought the original was hilarious. Sequels for comedies almost never work.

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    Alright, top ten favorite movies, in no particular order.

    1. River's Edge
    2. Blue's Brothers
    3. Ace Ventura Pet Detective
    4. The Big Lebowski
    5. Scarface
    6. They Live
    7. Big Trouble in Little China
    8. Star Wars
    9. Wild at Heart (David Lynch)
    10. The Matrix

    That is subject to change at any given moment, those were just the 10 best movies I could think of as I typed it.

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