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1. The dark knight
2. Goodfellas
3. Forest Gump
4. The departed
5. Casino


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Re: Your Top 5 Favorite Movies

1. Terminator 2 (also consider this to be the BEST movie ever too)
2. Toy Story (saw this in the pictures as a kid about 5 times. Might be the only time I've seen something more than once at the pictures)
3. The Whole 9 Yards (awesomely funny. Matthew Perry is great. Amanda Peet gets her tits out. Bruce Willis is crazy in the best way)
4. Eurotrip (funny, but I mainly love it because I have a huge crush on Michelle Trachtenberg)
5. Rocky IV (my fav movie as a kid. probably wore out the VHS of it lol. DRAGO!)
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Re: Your Top 5 Favorite Movies

1.There will be blood
2.Once upon a time in America
3.Citizen Kane
4.Godfather
5.The Dark Knight

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Re: Your Top 5 Favorite Movies

1. Ben Hur 1959
2. Superman the Movie 1978
3. Lord of the rings I have to choose one so the fellowship of the rings
4. Shawshank Redemption
5. The Good the bad and the ugly
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Re: Your Top 5 Favorite Movies

5. I Love You, Man
4. The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
3. Gran Torino
2. Pulp Fiction
1. The Breakfast Club


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Re: Your Top 5 Favorite Movies

Fuck, this is a tough one.

1. The Shawshank Redemption - Flawless. My favourite ending in any movie ever.
2. Goodfellas - So many good performances. Keeps me entertained all the way through.
3. Terminator 2: Judgement Day - THE film of my childhood, and the best movie Arnie has ever been in.
4. The Big Lebowski - Still find new things in this movie even after the 88th watch.
5. Bronson - Tom Hardy is awesome, and it's just a riot with awesome camera shots.

Missing out: Wayne's World, Dead Man's Shoes, Rise Of The Footsoldier, Natural Born Killers, Apocalypto, The Untouchables, The Shining.

Sure I've forgotten a few.

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Re: Your Top 5 Favorite Movies

Don't forget this is favourites, not best, anyway:

1. Transformers: The Movie
2. Star Was: The Empire Strikes Back
3. Goodfellas
4. Rocky IV
5. Die Hard

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Re: Your Top 5 Favorite Movies

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5. Rocky IV (my fav movie as a kid. probably wore out the VHS of it lol. DRAGO!)
My DVD of Crank actually doesn't work anymore because I use to just have it play on my TV over & over. Sounds stupid, but I enjoyed it.

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Don't forget this is favourites, not best, anyway:
yeah, there is a huge difference that I don't think a lot of people understand.

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Re: Your Top 5 Favorite Movies

Dead Man's Shoes made me want to go and rewatch Taxi Driver. Very similar atmosphere of restrained aggression.

Top 5, first four have been set in stone for a while, places beyond that are always shuffling around.

1.) Goodfellas - The rise and fall of a group of loveable but treacherous gangsters as depicted at 100 miles per hour by a director at the peak of his powers.

2.) Citizen Kane - Beautifully structured with one of the early seemingly unimportant scenes proving to be the most crucial moment in the entire film. Storytelling at its finest.

3.) Taxi Driver - A terrifying portrait of what happens when individuals start to listen too intently to the dark voices in their head. Hard to say what's better, Schrader's script, Marty's direction or De Niro's haunting lead performance.

4.) Godfather Part II - One of the finest examples of a supremely lengthy film that you just wish was a little bit longer. The dark transformation of Michael Corleone is as convincing in 3 hours as Walter Whites is in 5 seasons of Breaking Bad.

5.) A Clockwork Orange - Chilling and hillarious and perverse and beautiful and absolutely mesmerising visually.

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Re: Your Top 5 Favorite Movies

1-Psycho (Hitchcock)
2-A Clockwork Orange (Kubrick)
3-No Country for Old Men (Coens)
4-Chinatown (Polanski)
5-Toy Story (Pixar,lol)

Had Requiem for a Dream there before. Until I watched it again, and realised it's not that good at all. Pretty average list, there's so much world cinema out there that I don't have time to watch unfortunately...

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