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    Aquaverse gdstudios's Avatar
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    Originally posted by aversion
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    Citizen Kane seems to be the agreed favorite
    check out imdb's top250 i think that's the best indication of what real film fans like.

    citizen kane certainly tops most critic's lists and is number 6 at imdb. The Godfather and the Shawshank Redemption seem to have been tussling it out for number one for the last few years.



    good to see memento at number ten, an awesome, original film.

    Momento was a seriously cool film. Should have won more awards than it did and I am glad to see the high rating at the IMDB. Very deserving.

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    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
    any one remember this one..its an old comedy flick..
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    i agree citizen kane is a good flick. so is on the waterfront. and any movie i consider to be my fav.

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    Did I see someone call MI-I, the Professional and Heat DRAMA???
    That's one truly strange perception of the word...

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    Rear Window







    or Superman II

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    From what I hear Citizen Kane is the greatest, but I've never seen it. The Godfather Part II is good, but I like the first one so much more. I just love when Mike kills everyone off and then lies to his wife about it. Also, conspiracies show that Frank Sinatra was involved in the mob and some people believe he was involved in the Kennedy Assassination.

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    matrix for me. outright philosophy in a sci-fi format, a rare combo you see among today's space-ship alien warlord stereotypic movies.
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    Originally posted by aevium
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    matrix for me. outright philosophy in a sci-fi format, a rare combo you see among today's space-ship alien warlord stereotypic movies.
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    outright philosophy?

    i thought it was a cool film but the philosophy involved was just a hotch potch of high school stuff...



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    Hard topic this one
    Different categories, different picks
    Matrix, Fight Club, T2, Star Wars, Shrek, The Shawshank Redemption.

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    what's the funniest movie you guys saw? i feel like renting something..

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    Originally posted by gdstudios
    It depends on the Genre for me too.

    Drama: Goodfellas, Casino, Heat, Ronin, The Professional, Mission Impossible I, Saving Private Ryan, Momento
    Science Fiction: The Fifth Element, Terminator 2, The Matrix, Bladerunner
    Wow... You nailed it. Except I'd have to add Silence of the Lambs, Seven, Snatch, and Falling Down to that list.

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    I like One flew over the cuckoos nest, Full metal Jacket, Memento, and clerks.

    EDIT: I just saw training day as well. Awesome movie.

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    international movie consideration?

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    Carlito's way.

    Sean penn is the most underated actor of his generation

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    Originally posted by swampy
    Sean penn is the most underated actor of his generation
    Couldn't agree with you more swampy...I just saw i am sam tonight and dead man walking is amazing too...

    I don't know how you all can pick a favorite movie though, I have way too many favorites - just like music - I could never pick a favorite cd. I guess I have issues *lol*

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    Brave Heart is great!

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    Originally posted by pbleper
    what's the funniest movie you guys saw? i feel like renting something..
    The Austin Powers movies are rather funny and well done.

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    Princess Mononoke, Run Lola Run, and Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels are a few more of mine.

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    Pulp Fiction, closely followed by Usual Suspects, American Beauty & Shawshank Redemption

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