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    Javi's top 5:


    1. Pulp Fiction: Stunning originality, great plot, brilliant script and flawless cast.



    2. The Godfather - Part 2: This is the best sequel ever.
    3. Reservoir Dogs. A great script, absolutely stellar cast and unforgetable soundtrack.


    4. The Silence of the Lambs. Stunning psychological horror movie.
    5. Fight Club. It has one of the best twists I've seen on a movie..

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    The Godfather - Part 1
    The Godfather - Part 2
    Apocalypse Now
    Pulp Fiction
    Raising Arizona

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    OOOOOOOHHHHHHH, thats a tough question!

    Here goes nothing

    #5 Spaceballs
    #4 Hoosiers
    #3 The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
    #2 Goodfellas
    #1 Braveheart


    And I'm sure I'll think of more later, but that's the list for now.

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    1 WW and the dixie dance kings
    2 Rocky 1
    3 Johnie dangerously
    4 A league of our own
    5 shawshack redemption

    yes a very strange list i know

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    ahhh, thanks for the great movie rental ideas! It's going to be a fun weekend.

    Hey anyone here have a home theater setup? Curious.

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    The Usual Suspects
    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    Pulp Fiction
    Forrest Gump
    The Professional (was titled Leon in some countries)

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    1) Apocalypse Now
    2) Scarface
    3) Godfather
    4) Full Metal Jacket
    5) Old School

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    Top 5 would be hard, i'd have to say the one i've watched the most and never get tired of is Something About Mary

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    Gone with the Wind
    Old Yeller
    Hedwig and the Angry Inch
    Spellbound
    Donnie Darko

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    Trust! My respect for you just dropped by a few notches hahaha, just kidding!

    You are right, top 5 is tough. I only keep watching particular scenes fom Star Wars I over and over again. haha

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    What a fun topic! Here are mine:

    Auntie Mame
    Hopscotch
    LA Confidential
    The Sting
    Traffic

    Connie - I just saw Spellbound this week. I thought it was fantastic. Have you seen Capturing the Friedmans yet? That would be in my top 10.

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    1) The Third Man
    2) Blade Runner
    3) Platoon
    4) The Seventh Seal
    5) Leon (The Professional)

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    Kip,
    I agree, when I saw Spellbound in the theater, I thought it was just going to be a boring documentary. Never laughed so hard in my life.
    The one girl, Emily is a Freshman at Carleton College where my daughter is starting next year.

    I am planning on seeing Capturing the Friedmans but haven't yet.

    I do love seeing indy films instead of so many of the commercial films out there now days.

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    Well so far I'm pretty much in agreement with Pete.

    My list includes (in no particular order):

    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    The Professional
    The Usual Suspects
    It's a Wonderful Life
    Big Night

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    My list in no particular order:

    American History X
    Old School
    Ocean 11
    Braveheart
    The Usual Suspect
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    One Flew Over The Cookoos Nest
    Midnight Cowboy
    The Sting
    Shawshank Redemption
    Deliverance

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    Shawshank Redemption
    The Godfather series
    Groundhog's Day
    Usual Suspects
    An American in Paris

    Could watch these over and over.

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    I love movies and could talk about them all day! I just bought the third Matrix (Revolutions). Everyone said it was terrible, but I'll be honest i really liked it.

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    Prophet: I just rented it. Gonna watch it tomorrow night. We will see how good it is

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    If you define a "best movie" as one that you find yourself drawn into watching while flipping through channels, even though you tell yourself "I'm not going to watch this again right now", then my top 5 would be:

    1. Dr. Strangelove (Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb)
    2. The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly
    3. The 5th Element
    4. Independance Day (a stupid movie, but great fun)
    5. As Good As It Gets

    Honorable mention should also go to Blade Runner, One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, Monty Python's Holy Grail, and The Matrix
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    1. Canine
    2. Silverstreak
    3. Titanic
    4. Alien
    5. Die hard 1-3
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    Starman
    Groundhogs Day
    Aliens
    The Big Chill
    Pretty Woman

    Wow, that is pretty eclectic, isn't it?
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    I like so many different types of movies, it’s hard to come up with a list. So I decided to break it up by genre:

    Drama: Sling Blade
    Comedy: Blazing Saddles
    Sci/Fi: Blade Runner
    Horror: Day of the Dead
    Action: Apocalypse Now

    Notice: This list is subject to change at any time without notice.

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    Only 5? Ok - here goes:

    1. Citizen Kane
    2. Reds
    3. Field of Dreams
    4. The Shipping News
    5. The Quiet Man
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    Forest Gump
    Cinderella
    Die Hard 1-3 (all Bruce Willis Movies are my fav! )
    Dirty Dancing
    All dogs and cats movies

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