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Favorite movie ever? Options
kisstour03
Posted: Monday, January 20, 2014 8:36:08 PM

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I didn't find a thread for this already going.

It's an easy choice for me. Which is amazing considering all the movies I love and watch often.

The Thing From Another World (1951)

I just love this movie. I could watch it tonight on DVD and if it were on TV tomorrow I'd watch it again.
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Man, there's to many just to name one. I could watch any of these multiple times be it on TV or DVD

Empire Strikes Back
Breakfast Club
Terminator 2
Friday the 13 (parts 1 and 6)
Nightmare on Elm Street 3
Return of the Living Dead
Fargo
From Dusk to Dawn
Dawn of the Dead (original)
LOTR: Return of the King
Harry Potter pts 6 and 7
and so many more...

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I could never narrow it down to just one. But I've got my top tier movies:

-Back to the Future Trilogy
-Batman (1989)
-Batman Begins
-Dawn of the Dead (1979 Original)
-Day of the Dead (1985 Original)
-Equilibrium
-Independence Day
-A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984 Original)
-Star Trek: First Contact
-Terminator 2: Judgment Day
-X2: X-Men United



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Hmmmm.... so many to choose from! I could easily list my top hundred, but I think if I had to choose right now I'd say.....

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Like Doom and Lippy. It's hard to pick just one.

Battle Los Angeles
13th Warrior
Tombstone
Fight Club
Blood Of Heroes
LOTR Trilogy
Empire Strikes Back



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Atilla2k
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Nice, 13th Warrior is an underappreciated classic!Applause

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rook68
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I own the original Tron on DVD. That movie was ahead of it's time.


(referring to an original comic book piece) This is a art gallery my friend and THIS is a piece of art.

Elijah Price "Unbreakable"
played by Samuel L. Jackson


rook68
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Atilla2k wrote:
Nice, 13th Warrior is an underappreciated classic!Applause


Lol. The funny thing is that I am not a big Antonio Banderas fan but that movie was pretty special. One of the highlights was the music. I even own the soundtrack. So epic.


(referring to an original comic book piece) This is a art gallery my friend and THIS is a piece of art.

Elijah Price "Unbreakable"
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kidlippy
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KingZombie wrote:


Damn...haven't watched this movie in years.

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roguesquad
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This is tough. I would have to go with The Matrix if I could only choose one.

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Nate77
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Goonies!!

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kisstour03
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Atilla2k wrote:
Nice, 13th Warrior is an underappreciated classic!Applause


Love 13th Warrior. I saw it in the theatre when it first came out. I forget what movie we were going to see and whatever it was, was sold out. So we went to 13th Warrior instead. I watch it on DVD about once a year.
kisstour03
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kidlippy wrote:
KingZombie wrote:


Damn...haven't watched this movie in years.


I've never seen it. I'm told I should fix that.
kidlippy
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kisstour03 wrote:
kidlippy wrote:
KingZombie wrote:


Damn...haven't watched this movie in years.


I've never seen it. I'm told I should fix that.


You should. It was a good movie back in the day.

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Atilla2k
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Dated as all heck, but trully epic in it's day! I still love watching it.

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I am Curious (Yellow) & I am Curious (Blue). These were intended to be one 3 1/2 hour movie but were broken into two. I saw them when they came out in 1967 & 1968 and they had a very profound impact on my view of life. If you've never seen them you should, although I'm not sure if they would have the same impact today that they had 47 years ago.



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Reservoir Dogs.


But that's probably due to the fact that I re-watched it last night. Otherwise I'd never be able to narrow it down to just one.
ukblueky
Posted: Friday, January 24, 2014 11:07:05 AM

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Can't pick just one. I have several for whatever mood I'm in.
The Exorcist (I bet I have seen this one at least 3 dozen times)
Sleepy Hollow (Johnny Depp movie)
12 Monkeys
Seven
Conan(the original)
Blade 1 & 2
Batman Begins & Dark Knight Rises
Ninja Scroll anime movie
Indiana Jones (any of the first 3)
Underworld (any of them)
An American Werewolf In London
The Omen (the original trilogy)

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