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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2007 12:58 pm 
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Today would be Lucille Ball's 96th birthday. She was one of the best comediennes ever. :)

Everyone should list their favorite movies because I need to build up my collection. Just so you know, "Sunshine" which is out right now is the most awfullest movie ever--don't see it. I couldn't even finish it.

So yeah, 3 random things. But post your favorite movies. It's something fun to do. :D

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2007 1:55 pm 
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Mine would be Tron, Logan's Run, and The Fifth Element.

Clockwork Orange is up there too but everyone should know about that movie, heheh.

(psst, hey guys, I get back to Texas on the 15th)

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"SunShine" is a damn good movie its not its fault you have shitty taste :p


favorite movie.. um
The Big Laboski

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...and I do think sunshine was good.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2007 9:56 am 
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I hated it. Just not my type, I guess. It didn't help that I was already not in a movie mood. So don't call my taste shitty, X!

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Haven't seen Sunshine yet, so I'll reserve judgement.

Hmm. Favorite movies, eh? That's a tough one. Favorite as in "I really loved that movie when I saw it", or "I can watch it over and over and over"? There's a difference, at least for me. And me being me, it would be hard to do without categorizing: favorite comedy, drama, horror, sci-fi, etc. I might even have to subcategorize, too: favorite stupid comedy, physical comedy, wry, dark; psychological horror, slasher horror, yada yada yada...

Let's see what I can come up with on the fly. Um...
Airplane! (one of the most quotable comedies of all time)
Spider-Man 2 (there's just something about it)
A Certain Kind of Death (amazing documentary, but NOT for the squeamish)
The Time of Their Lives (best Abbot & Costello movie. Period.)

I'm also a fan of classics like the Topper movies, the Universal Pictures monster classics (e.g., The Bride of Frankenstein), but not so much the romantic drama stuff. I am, after all, a dude. Stop laughing.

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Mine would be Tron, Logan's Run, and The Fifth Element.


Hurray, Logan's Run =D Fish, plankton, sea greens. Protein from the sea![/i]

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Hurray, Logan's Run =D Fish, plankton, sea greens. Protein from the sea![/i]


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oh, and to bucket, check it out: http://www.theslackerz.com/index.php?Page=45

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Heck yes. I like that way better than the actual movie. But where was the part about the burned up man chasing everyone and killing most of the crew?

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Heck yes. I like that way better than the actual movie. But where was the part about the burned up man chasing everyone and killing most of the crew?


damn

that sounds awesome, now I wanna see it

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Heck yes. I like that way better than the actual movie. But where was the part about the burned up man chasing everyone and killing most of the crew?

Sounds kinda like Event Horizon. Wow. Talk about a movie that could have been good, but missed the mark. It turned into Hellraiser in Space. Crap.

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sam neil as satan. talk about awesome!
favorite movies...hmm....
fight club is one of those i can watch over and over and over again.
layer cake blew me away the first time i saw it.
amadeus was equally amazing.
and i've always been partial to the hannibal lector series...but probably because i liked the books so much.

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Rocky Horror (surprise...)
Phantom of the Paradise
Rebel Without a Cause
East of Eden
Creature From the Black Lagoon
The Forbidden Zone
Streets of Fire
Onibaba
"Asparagus" and "Joy Street" by Suzan Pitt (gorgeous animated shorts)
anything by John Waters
"Tales of the City" I & II (miniseries)

I never met an old monster movie I didn't love.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2007 11:39 pm 
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And Velvet Goldmine, too.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2007 8:09 am 
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My top 10

1.Monty Payton Quest for the Holy Grail
2. Duck Soup –Marx Brothers
3. Legend
4. Princess Bride
5. Rocky Horror
6.Fight Club
7. Heavy Metal
8. Wizards
9. Freddy vs. Jason
10. Drunken Master

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2007 6:43 pm 
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penguin wrote:
My top 10

9. Freddy vs. Jason



wow.. dude that movie sucked donkey balls

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penguin wrote:
My top 10

9. Freddy vs. Jason



wow.. dude that movie sucked donkey balls


Dont be silly that was you home movies.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2007 11:51 am 
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1. monty python and the holy grail
2. big lebowski
3. fight club
4. still crazy
5. hedwig and the angry inch
6. bowling for columbine
7. blazing saddles
8. gandhi
9. the crow
10. the gold rush


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