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+Mascis    4561

Network

Last Year in Marinbad

Being John Malkovich

The Big Lebowski

The Social Network

La Jetée

There Will Be Blood

Pulp Fiction

The Graduate

North by Northwest

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Bears!    897

eternal sunshine of the spotless mind

the departed

gangs of new york

the royal tennenbaums

zoolander

casino

scary movie 1 and 2

pulp fiction

fight club

the shawshank redemption

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Fullerene60    382

Airplane
The Big Lebowski
In Bruges
Le Diner de Cons
Some Like It Hot
Pulp Fiction
Akira
Gladiator
Star Wars Episode V
Synecdoche New York
 

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Spadaro 3    1581

I have missed A LOT of classics so my list is mostly new-ish movies. I am trying to watch some of the very good older movies now. In no order-

 

The prestige

Drive

50/50

The social network

Insomnia

Memento

Catch me if you can

Forrest gump

The dark knight

The titanic

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Ammit    5159

2001: A Space Odyssey

What Time Is It There?

Stalker

Fallen Angels

Punch-Drunk Love

Taxi Driver

Mauvais Sang

The Thin Red Line

On the Silver Globe

Syndromes and a Century

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Kitsko    324

I need to watch more movies.

 

It's Such a Beautiful Day 

Pee-Wee's Big Adventure

Toy Story 

AirPlane 

This is Spinal Tap 

2001: A Space Oddessy 

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 

Being John Malcovich 

The Truman Show 

Clerks 

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+rei+    34687
when i saw Being John Malcovich the first time one of the guys I was hanging out with asked "what if John Malkovic was a real person"

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Haruki    12645

when i saw Being John Malcovich the first time one of the guys I was hanging out with asked "what if John Malkovic was a real person"

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Ammit    5159

when i saw Being John Malcovich the first time one of the guys I was hanging out with asked "what if John Malkovic was a real person"

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*distressed voice* Malvovich, Malkovich?

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▲Ɐ▲    3878

army of darkness

brazil

rear window

suspiria

blade runner

chinatown

love exposure

videodrome

natural born killers

tetsuo: the iron man

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Ammit    5159

army of darkness

brazil

rear window

suspiria

blade runner

chinatown

love exposure

videodrome

natural born killers

tetsuo: the iron man

Love Exposure is so perfect.

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chuavechito    245

1. The Dark Knight

2. Shawshank Redemption

3. Pokemon: Mewtwo Strikes Back

4. 28 days later

5. Precious

6. Anita (argentinian movie)

7. Live!

8. Mysterious Skin

9. V for Vendetta

10. Harry Potter (all of them)

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m043286    147

Pulp Fiction
Reservoir Dogs
The Shawshank Redemption
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Inglorious Bastards
Fight Club
Airplane!
Kill Bill Vol 1
Hotshots! Part Deux
[spoiler]Robin Hood (The Disney one)[/spoiler]

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»Ocelot    2319

Apocalypse Now

The Social Network

It's Such a Beautiful Day

Blade Runner

Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion

Die Hard

Stop Making Sense

Wet Hot American Summer

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»Ocelot    2319

I haven't watched a ton of new movies lately but I always spend a lot of time thinking about ones I have seen. I don't have 10 but the 8 I do have I feel like I can give very strong arguments as to why I feel they're worthy of my list

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»Ocelot    2319

i thought quite a bit about Die Hard after that article you linked me, because it was completely correct. Die Hard is brilliant for a number of reasons, but the thing i admire most about its construction is its use of location and feeling of space. most action films both prior to and after Die Hard have set pieces; fight one place, then downtime, then move to another. in Die Hard, though, the entire movie is a set-piece in that it takes place in the 5 stories of the building. the film does a great job of converying how trapped and hopeless McClane feels because we, as viewers, can understand how limited his manuverability is. the fight scenes are the same way -- the first one in the movie has him punched and choked before falling down some stairs, which is pain we can relate to and really feel. compare this to Live Free or Die Hard which has him fighting on the wing of a plane in mid-air before jumping off it as it explodes.

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N e J i    902

i thought quite a bit about Die Hard after that article you linked me, because it was completely correct. Die Hard is brilliant for a number of reasons, but the thing i admire most about its construction is its use of location and feeling of space. most action films both prior to and after Die Hard have set pieces; fight one place, then downtime, then move to another. in Die Hard, though, the entire movie is a set-piece in that it takes place in the 5 stories of the building. the film does a great job of converying how trapped and hopeless McClane feels because we, as viewers, can understand how limited his manuverability is. the fight scenes are the same way -- the first one in the movie has him punched and choked before falling down some stairs, which is pain we can relate to and really feel. compare this to Live Free or Die Hard which has him fighting on the wing of a plane in mid-air before jumping off it as it explodes.

 

If that's the main reason why you like Die Hard, you should definitely watch The Raid: Redemption. It's the most intense and claustrophobic action/fighting movie I've ever seen. It lacks the human factor which is much stronger in Die Hard but it takes set-pieces and fighting choreography to a whole different level.

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Pac-Faq    67

The Blues Brothers
Catch Me If You Can

Garden State

Into The Wild

Clerks

 

and that's about as far as I can go for a top, since there's a slew of other films I'd put in this list..it'd be a good deal more than 10

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Spadaro 3    1581

Watched a lot of movies since i last posted my top 10

 

Catch me if you can

American history x

Shawshank redemption

Inglorious bastards 

The green mile

Forrest gump

Fight club

The social network

Eternal sunshine of a spotless mind

Seven

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Faint    5860

The Matrix: Reloaded

The Shawshank Redemption

Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back

Pokemon: Mewtwo Strikes Back

Equilibrium

Hercules

Jason and the Argonauts 

The Hobbit (controversy)

The Matrix

The Butterfly Affect 

 

I fucking love pokemon and Hercules.

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yoyoba    305

2001: A Space Odyssey

Moon

Mulholland Drive

Requiem For A Dream

Memento

Pi

Shawshank Redemption

Donnie Darko

Pulp Fiction

Moonrise Kingdom/Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind - can't decide

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theraybrams    10

1- Stand By Me

2- Just Friends

3- The Nightmare Before Christmas

4- Pulp Fiction

5- Anchorman

6- Sin City

7- Inglorious Basterds

8- Harold and Maude

9- Idiocracy

 

that's right. top nine. suck it. 

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