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Old 19 May 2003, 03:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What 10 movies have you seen that you think are so great that everyone else needs to watch them

please try and list 10 movies no more no less
and if you would be so kind as give your reasons..thatd be great, thanks

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LOL, looks like I'm the first hit.


1. Menace II Society - It's my all time favorite movie. It takes you through a journey of hood life. It's very powerful and has a lot of emotion.

2. The Crow - It's just fucking bad ass. Brandon Lee kicks ass and it's just an all around great movie.

3. The Long Kiss Goodnight - It has an excellent plot and is action packed. Gina Davis changes her hair color (and does a little somethin with her face) a little after mid movie and she's hot (hard to believe I know). She plays a bad ass chick too.

4. Dead Presidents - Another hood type movie. It shows how a Vietnam vet has nothing after serving his country once he returns home and will do anything to provide for his family.

5. The Rock - Nic Cage and Sean Connery kick so much ass in this movie. It's action packed from start to finish and has a great car chase scene.

6. Enemy Of The State - Another great movie that has an original idea. Will Smith is great in it and Gene Hackman is great as well.

7. Conspiracy Theory - Mel Gibson is phenomenal in this. He plays a paranoid crazy person perfectly. Great concept. Julia Roberts is awesome in it as well.

8. Next Friday - It has so many great one liners, or phrases in it that are hilarious. Plus, Cynthia and I would apply them in real life situations all the time. We would maybe alter them a bit to suit whatever was happening better. It might not be the greatest movie ever or anything, but it has a lot of sentimental meaning to me.

9. Gone In 60 Seconds - Another great Nic Cage flick. Has a sweet ass plot and has lots of action and cool chase scenes.

10. American Pie - This movie is so fuckin funny and has so many great comedy scenes all the way through. I laugh hard everytime I see this movie.


Note: Movies 2-10 are in no particular order, just the order I thought of them. Menace II Society is the only one that is in it's place for a reason.
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Fight Club:
in my opinion the best film Hollywood has produced in the last 4 years.Ridiculously original,it's a film that questions the nature of the way we live our lives,keeps a serious element of satire and you essentially take away your own individual thoughts on what you're supposed to get out of the film.Funny,thought provoking,facist,gritty and easily demands more than 1 viewing..Ed Norton,Brad pitt,Helena Bonahm Carter and Fincher behind it all..masterful acting,masterful direction and...oh just fucking see it!

Rear Window:
In my opinion Hitchcocks best work.Takes an interesting and mind numbing look at voyeurism and how perception can run and alter our lives.Fantastic score,set design,acting and direction.Layered to yet again have another look on instinct.James Stewart,Grace Kelly and Alfred Hitchcock deliver a superb set piece.Also see the re-make starring Christopher Reeve and Daryl Hannah to see the difference..the re-make is not 1 of my 10 reccomendations but see it anyway..as for the original,well just see it.

Donnie Darko:
Basically a flop in the U.S box office and found its self a big hit in the UK.In my opinion a modern masterpiece about so much more than surface oddities of a troubled mind.First time Director Richard Kelly has a flair for this and you'll be able to understand why you'll be seeing his name in the future once you see this film.Jake Gyllenhaal offers up a superb performance as Donnie Darko and surprisingly Drew Barrymore offers up a very commendable performance as well..never thought I'd see the say! great dark satire with a little horror and science fiction thrown in there for good measure..again a must for repeat viewing to get the full experience..just see it.

Big Trouble in Little China:
I would be wise to say that Crapenters best work was Halloween,Escape from New York or the Thing..but I'm really going for Big Trouble.Very cheezy movie with a prcatical B-movie plot.Kurt Russell as Jack Burton,the wise cracking loud mouth who is really more of a sidekick than the hero of the film.Action,comedy,mild horror,drama..Big Trouble has it all and throws Kurts versatility in your face when you see just how funny he actually can be.Great story,great set pieces and laugh your ass off overacting makes this a damn classic in my book..see it.

28 Days later:
The best horror movie I've seen in a long damn time..in the age of teen slasher flicks this one is a breath of fresh air.The UK has been overun with a deadly virus known as "rage"..transmitted through th blood one drop or bite from an infected host turns the victim into a ravenous zombie who won't make it a point to shuffle their feet when it comes to kiiling you..and that is essentially all they do..no eating your flesh or what not-just instant death.A very interesting take on the zombie/apocalypse themes and some fantastic digital camera work.It was only actually released on video/DVD in the UK today,I got my copy in this morning via express delivery shipped from London..We can expect to see it on our shelves soon enough though.A band of new actors and the director of the Beach and Trainspotting Danny Boyle measn this is already 1 to at least rent.Cillian Murphy and Megan Burns offer up some fine acting and create believability and genuine jumpy moments at a point where what we have been reduced to is Darkness Falls and Ghost Ship..best horror movie in a long time..see it.

I'll deliver my other 5 later.
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Oooo when you named Brad Pitt, that made me think of Se7en.


10b. Se7en - That movie is fucking awesome. Great story with someone that kills a person that has 1 of the seven deadly sins. I like how he killed all his victims, and the end is GREAT. That has to be one of the greatest endings to a movie ever. Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman work really well together. Kevin Spacey's character though big, is only on screen for a short time. He is great though in his little bit of 'face time'. A must see for everyone.
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Agreed everyone should see it..but it's there now so i won't have it as one of my ten.Also I figured I would also just say that these are are not exactly my 10 favorite movies..I don't have absolute favorites..just movies that I consider some of my favorites..I don't have an official top ten..just for clarity.
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1.) Boyz N' The Hood - John Singleton's masterpiece...His directorial debut that was an aclaimed hit that he to this day has not been able to top...Cuba Goodin' Jr...Ice Cude...Lawrence Fishburne...A great all-star cast...A story about life in South-Central LA...Drugs...Gangs...Guns...Friendship and hate...A great story to this day...Stick and I have had differing opinions on Menace II Society and Boyz N' The Hood...I will be viewin' Menace II Society shortly to bring a new fresh outlook as far as my opinion is concerned...

2.) Terminator II:Judgment Day - More of a personal favourite than anything...James Cameron was able to build a great plot about humanity...The future and humankind...But was also able to incorporate action as well as thrilling drama....Arnold Schwarzenegger's greatest role as far as his career is concerned...This movie only built upon the first one and made this franchise truly great....For its time....The Special Effects were amazing and Robert Patrick...Edward Furlong and Linda Hamilton play their role to perfection...The touches of humanity and creeepiy zombiness by Arnold is breath-taking and the Villain who seemingly can't be destroyed all lead to a great master-piece...

Sorry...That's all I feel like typin' out right now...
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Stick and I have had differing opinions on Menace II Society and Boyz N' The Hood...I will be viewin' Menace II Society shortly to bring a new fresh outlook as far as my opinion is concerned...
I tried to watch Boyz N The Hood, but I was bored with it. I mean, it was ok but nothing really happened in the first 45 minutes of it. With Menace, it starts off with a bang that catches my interest from the get-go.


I'll have to check out Boyz again though, and watch it with a more open mind. Plus the first time I tried to watch it, I was in a room full of people that wouldn't shut the fuck up, and one of the dumbasses kept braggin about how he was like Doughboy in it or some shit.
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Ah to hell with selling the rest of em I can't be bothered..basically make it a point to see these 5 as well:

Casablanca
Cleopatra
The Maltese Falcon
Dr Strangelover how I..
Psycho
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well, I guess I'll just expand off the list of 3 I made-

1) Forrest Gump- The range of human emotions and the American 60's captured in the eyes of the man too naive to see the impact of it all. Showed the simplistic nature of life, even in a world of turmoil there will be basic emotions we all want and feel.

2) American Beauty- Every player in the movie develops in the movie, they all grow into something more, they all learn to embrace who they are and to accept it in order to enjoy life far more, something that only the pot dealing video camera carrying kid knew when the film started.

3) Man on the Moon- Classic acting by Carrey, the only biopic that would ever be on a top ten list for me... it's an incredible story.

4) Memento- Best movie ending, ever. Classic storytelling, give us all the assumptions in the beginning and prove us wrong in the final scene.

5) Snatch- What a great fuckin' movie. All the actors are brilliant but it's the sharp wit and direction of Guy Ritchie that makes this one hilarious (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrells is hilarious too)

6) Groundhog Day- Bill Murray in possibly his best movie role playing the familiar sarcastic asshole turned nice guy, still makes me laugh even though I've seen it millions of times.

7) Almost Famous- Probably should be higher on the list, great coming of age story

8 ) Rounders- Great card-playin' movie, really slow in parts but the big parts are played up really well.

9) Swingers- Who's the big winner? Mikey! "Oh you're an asshole" "That's right Mikey, I'm an asshole, but you're the big winner"

10) Goooooooooooooooooooood Mornin' Vietnam!!!!!!! Robin WIlliams in the role he was born to play.
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I can list my ten favorite movies, but this is in no way saying these were the "greatest movies of all time". These just happen to be my personal preferences......if I was given the option to pick ten movies to watch back to back, these are the ones I'd pick. And I don't really feel like explaining what's so great about each one. A lot of these flopped.


1.) Wayne's World

2.) Training Day

3.) Falling Down

4.) The Wrong Guy

5.) Misery

6.) Needful Things

7.) Planes, Trains and Automobiles

8.) A Nightmare on Elm Street

9.) The Basketball Diaries

10.) Sometimes They Come Back (Original, and original only)


There may be some I'm forgetting too, but I'm not sure. Those are just the classics that come to mind.
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In no particular order:
The Sting
A Clockwork Orange
The Magnificant Seven
The Dirty Dozen
King of New York
Usual Suspects
Reservior Dogs
Pulp Fiction
Training Day
Apocalypse Now

I am too lazy to say why I like them so much


edit-how did I forget Apocalypse Now

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1. A Clockwork Orange - Surreal yet primitive in perception, masterful chaos... without traditional boundry, never a dull moment, brutally forward with progression, but never tasteless.

2. Apocalypse Now - Brilliant, the overall aspect reaches every attained fiber, vivid masterpiece of tormented dementia, set so close to the reality of human nature, awe-inspiring caliber.

3. Memento - Never has an underrated film, left me with such a deep lasting impression... f*cks with the mind, and makes you ask for more, with or without a cigarette... mind you, independently diverse, but never lacking to the open minded.

4. Fight Club - Interesting how the basic of instincts, can actually make a pretty damn good flick, raw almost... the unorthodox development, was mockery at it's most complimentary state, loved the irony.

5. The Matrix - Created a trend, many dreadfully follow... and leave pathetic flattery of imitation, opened new horizons for the industry as a whole, the story alone is highly immersive, and the possibilities this film left behind, were indeed 'almost' endless... but revolutionary; never the less.

6. Interview With The Vampire - Has centimental meaning for me, but from a viewers opinion, light on poetic just, deep on a melancholy... not a bad alternative to the flooded hollywood concepts, nor ever old.

7. The Crow - Dark, appealing, this flick just kicks ass... tragically hip, quite literally even; sadly enough.

8. Braveheart - A vital link towards historical occurences, that shadow even current events... inspiring, but slightly too tinseltown for the avid, although a good film regardless.

9. Dances With Wolves - Provocative, spiritually appealing to all audiences, but too mellow on brutality, though they
somewhat manage to remain true, even though the language was done in a female context, when it should have been done with male language consulting as well, a serious flaw... that will be obviously overlooked.

10. Pulp Fiction - I was drowning in the alta-vibe, a breath of fresh air from normal standards, not to mention it breathed life into a veteran actor, just shows you how much buzz that surrounded it, it propelled the ranks to a new level of onscurity, daring the conservative to pay attention, it payed off.
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american pie II - that was some funny shit

Titanic - i just keep thinkin' it wont sink?

fast and the furious - i love cars

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That's true...I think Boyz looked at the humanity of it all while Menace looked at the violence...Singleton had a better vision that the Hughes Brothers...Where the gangsta in Menace just didn't give a fuck...Doughboy in Boyz knew he couldn't escape it but nonetheless had to continue...I just think there is a much more powerful message in Boyz than there is in Menace...But they are still two great movies...
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I'll name my 10 favourite movies, but I don't feel like typing why I like them.

Here they are:

1. The Matrix
2. The Matrix Reloaded
3. Training Day
4. Remember The Titans
5. Gone In 60sec
6. The Patroit
7. The Green Mile
8. American Pie
9. Big Daddy
10. American Pie 2
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