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    BRAVEHEART for sure!!!!

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    I love "Shawshank Redemption" and "Pretty Woman" - hehe - how's that for different taste? Hey, Bergie, you'll have to post a picture of that new tattoo!

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    My favorite movie of all time is scarface, with my uncle al pacino. Say hello to my little friend,KABOOOOOOOOOOOOOM.

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    I'm in for Shawshank Redemption as well.

    Can also watch Dances with Wolves and Last of the Mohicans over and over again.

    Special mention goes to Usual Suspects ~ another oldie but goodie.

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    Happy Gilmore
    Water Boy
    Braveheart
    Gladiator
    Star Wars Trilogy- original
    Heat
    Goodfellas
    Casino
    A Christmas Story
    Dances with Wolves

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    "The Game" We were talking about it last night. I forgot about this one. If ya haven't seen it you should. If ya luv physcological thrillers...yeah baby this is for you!

    "The Game"

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    Fantasy- The Princess Bride
    best line- "Your ears you keep and I'll tell you why. So that every shriek of every child at seeing your hideousness will be yours to cherish. Every babe that weeps at your approach, every woman who cries out, "Dear God! What is that thing," will echo in your perfect ears. That is what to the pain means. It means I leave you in anguish, wallowing in freakish misery forever."

    Chick flick- Mermaids
    Best line- "Charlotte you drive like old people make love"

    Drama- Skipping Parts
    Best line- "She never had a period? She skipped that part, she's pregnant."

    Off the wall Comedy- Raising Arizona
    Best line- "Son you've got a panty on your head."

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    Does anyone know ABAZABA's email?! I really need to get in touch with him. Since the website change it appears everyone's email has become unavailable unless we modify our profiles!

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    Oooh boy , well here comes a detailed and ridiculously long list. First thing I think of his Fight Club, even better than the book by the excellent Chuck Palahniuk. After reading all the other posts I have to add The Shawshank Redemption is good but the Stephen King short story it's based on is better. The Hunter S Thompson classic, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is a great gonzo book and movie, and that other Terry Gilliam great(well most of his movies are great), Brazil rocks too. Other great books that have been turned into really good movies are One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, Lord of the Rings, Lord of Illusions and Silence of the Lambs is right up there. As far as most fun to see in the theater(on a Saturday night)The Rocky Horror Picture Show can't be denied. Waking Life is a fun and intriguing brain teaser, as was Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless mind. Gotta love American Beauty, Memento, The Usual Suspects, Donnie Darko, Edward Scissorhands, Kill Bill 1&2 and Dark City. The Matrix was one of my favorites until I saw the disapointing sequels, As far as comedies go there are a lot of good ones, but I really like Office Space, The 3 Amigos, Raising Arizona, The Big Lebowski, The Jerk, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, and Harold and Maude is a twisted goody. As far as movies that came highly recomended by individuals I thought had good judgement, but I found them to be horrible beyong belief are The Boondock Saints and Way of the Gun. As far as documenteries go I gotta love Farenheit 911 and Baraka and I think I will love Murderball even though I normally hate sports films. Well I'm probably forgetting a bunch (can ya blame me), but this should be more than you wanted to read already.
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    I am in no way knowledgeable enough to say "of all time", but here are some of my favorites that came out in my lifetime (in no particular order):

    Heat
    Scarface
    The Usual Suspects
    The Shawshank Redemption
    The Life of David Gale
    Rob Roy
    Pulp Fiction
    Reservoir Dogs
    Lucky Number Slevin
    Unforgiven
    Internal Affairs
    Carlito's Way
    Blow
    Cape Fear

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