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    Whats your favorite movie?

    I believe my favorite is Gladiator, but also near the top of my list would be Scarface (some fascination I have with mobster/drug lord related films), and A Beautiful Mind.

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    1st. Star Wars
    2nd. The Godfather 1 and 2
    3rd or 4th , Alien I
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    1. Alice in Wonder land!

    But really....

    The Rock I liked when it came out, I also like Star Wars movies (the new ones) - not a star wars freak, just like that space stuff
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    It would have to be tied between Lord of the Rings, and Blow.

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    Brave Heart and Patriot
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    The Crow - a pure and emotional story line. Cracking soundtrack to go with it

    A few other favourites are:

    Empire Strikes Back - always wanted the Imperials to win!
    Lock Stock & Snatch - classic British films filled with true British sarcasm.
    Boondock Saints - low budget films can also be classics!
    Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back - what can you say... just go and watch it!!!

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    Fight Club
    Lord of the Rings

    Blade Runner was cool for its time.
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    Star Wars and Lord of the Rings

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    Snatch - watched it, laughed, love it

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    I loved Blood Work, Clint Eastwood's new movie...

    More favorites: The Bourne Identity, Enemy of the state and Traffic.


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    Jurassic Park.

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    Saving Private Ryan and Ghost, Guru was pretty good if u want a more recent one

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    space balls hehe j/k its actually Selena & Coyote Ugly

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    Lord of the Rings, Braveheart, Matrix, and Meet the Parents. Also how high was pretty funny lol.

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    Lord of the Rings
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    Rush Hour 2 I liked.

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    No Man's Land

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    the usual suspects

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    hmmm......Matrix?
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    Does "Evita" count?
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    Originally posted by netguy
    the usual suspects

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    Pulp Fiction
    Star Wars (the theme song is my ringtone on my cellphone, heh)
    The Man Without A Face
    The Nightmare Before Christmas (brilliant)
    Frequency
    The Matrix
    I Am Sam (beautiful)
    Beauty and the Beast
    Mulan (it shows strength and courage, I loved it)
    Welcome To The Dollhouse
    Just One Of The Guys
    Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken

    Some of these are childhood favorites but I could still watch them daily without getting sick of them

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    All time favorite movei is Taps

    But i loved the Matrix, Enemy of the state, Hackers and sneakers.

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    Depending on what mood I'm in my favourite films are Notting Hill (Spike actualy reminds me of someone I know :O ), Lord of the Rings, Hackers or The Matrix.

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    'Snatch' and 'Lock stock and two smoking barrles' - Both made by the same person, I love it how the whole movie works together for them all to meet. Pure genius
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    Pink Floyd The Wall
    The Matrix
    Run Lola Run
    Memento
    Office Space
    Fiddler on the Roof
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    Oh yeah, one that I forgot to add was The Royal Tenenbaums...

    Good Movie...

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    the right stuff,the patriot,umm joy ride, a walk to remember (its a chick flick but the first part is funny as heck)....lotr is kewl too...
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    Caaandy Caaannneeee

    Come in Caanndy Cane....

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    Gladiator
    Glory (the '89 war film starring Matthew Broderick)
    American History X
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    The Usual Suspects was great, but I love Blade Runner.

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    We've had this thread a few times (example)... and it seems like it's usually asked "what's your favorite," but to me another interesting question would be "what are the best movies?" To me, at least, they're not the same question. Favorites might be that because they remind you of when you saw them first, or who you saw them with (The Princess and the Warrior), because no matter how often you see them they make you laugh out loud (Office Space), because even though they don't surprise you now after repeated viewings you remember the delight you had when the "twists" were first revealed (The Usual Suspects, Fight Club), because something in the story or the characters themselves touches you (Donnie Darko, Ghost World), because the technical achievements and performances (Apocalypse Now) or just the energy they exude (Run Lola Run) are so striking, because they demonstrate real skill in filmmaking (The Hidden Fortress), because you discover something new each time you watch them (The Royal Tenebaums, Fargo), because they're just plain fun (The Big Night, North by Northwest)... for many, many practicallly random reasons.

    There are another whole group of films (with some overlap, I suppose) that I'd consider to be among the "greatest films" ever, or the greatest film achievements. But I wouldn't necessarily enjoy watching them over and over... as I do the "favorites!"
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    I think one of the greatest movies ever created was the World War II epic:
    A Bridge Too Far

    2: Star Wars
    3: Braveheart
    4: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (I know it's the kid in me)
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    Good Fellas
    Belly
    Scarface
    Bronx Tale

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    too many most deal with tech stuff or just have lots of violence ..not that i like violence or anything like that

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    Office Space, The Party, and Pi are my favourites.

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    Sixth Sense

    I see dead people.

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