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Thread: Favorite movie of all time?

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    Be my friend...Godfather?

    RIP Marlon Brando

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    Senior Member Stiggy's Avatar
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    "Touching the Void" is a must see..

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  3. #153
    Great movies:

    Field of Dreams
    The Green Mile
    Sling Blade
    The Natural
    The Outlaw Josey Wales

    Brian, T8 complete

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    I saw Spiderman 2 and while I found it a little slow at times it's awesome. And loud. Bring earplugs. It runs in the tradition of GF2, the Empire Strikes Back and Aliens... movies that are at least as good, if not better than, their predecessor

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    I just finished watching Cold Mountain. What a movie. If possible, watch it with someone you love.

    Warning: very violent.

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    after watching the olymics, i remember that "American Anthem" is a great great movie. and this is coming from a football lover too. if you havent seen it, go rent it, its awesome...

    Josh S.

  7. #157
    I just watched ''Snatch'' and ''Train spotting'' the other night.There both great and made it in to my top 10.

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    Junior Member kristiberg's Avatar
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    I SO love Neverending Story...I even got the tattoo of the Orin Symbol

    I also love

    Top Gun

    Chasing Amy

  9. #159
    I rented the new version of Goodfellas yesterday, and it totally redeems the crappy original DVD release. The 'cops and robbers' commentary with Henry Hill and the guy who prosecuted him really hits home that this is a true story and everything in this movie actually happened verbatim (with the sole exception of Pesci's 'Why am I so funny?' scene). He was noticeably disturbed watching the opening scene with Billy 'get your f'n shinebox' Batts and many others.

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  10. #160
    Phantom of the Opera Movie

    I just had to share this. I just saw the Phantom of the Opera movie and it was phenomenal! Everyone should go and see it. I had chills from the first scene to the end. They did a great job by staying very close to the original recordings; so those of us that knew it buy every line would not be disappointed. And the casting was incredible. Christine is beautiful and the man that plays the Phantom (Gerald Butler) is unbelievably sexy. Go see that movie. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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