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Favourite Film?

Hi everyone whats your favourite film?
Mine must be umm...hmmm... GOT ONE :D
Final Fantasy Advent Children...
Hmm what about yours?
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  • TallonXTallonX Member Posts: 364

    brokeback mountain :D

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  • hartamhartam Member Posts: 364

    Any Miyazaki film.

  • scaramooshscaramoosh Member Posts: 3,424



    Originally posted by modjoe86
    Requiem for a Dream.


    Why would a film that makes you want to kill yourself be your fave?

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  • DarkchronicDarkchronic Member Posts: 1,088

    Donnie Darko.

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  • MUHzzxK0MUHzzxK0 Member Posts: 389

    Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
    Harold and Kumar goes to White Castle
    Lord of War
    Sin City

    Just to mention some of them...

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  • LordMagnusLordMagnus Member CommonPosts: 1,322

    From Hell

  • VrielVriel Member Posts: 48

    "Four Rooms" One of the best comedies out there.

    "Third Encounters of the Close Kind"

    "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" The book is better, but Dep is as Thompson amazing.

    "Apocolypse Now Redux" Hands down, the best war movie ever.("Patton" being second best)

    "Easy Rider"

    "Re-Animator" and "Beyond Re-Animator"

    There's way to many to list...but threre's a few of my favorites.

    Just another gamer...

  • LaserwolfLaserwolf Member Posts: 2,383

    Top 5:

    Forrest Gump

    The Shawshank Redemption

    Interview with the Vampire

    Soldier

    Death to Smoochy

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  • KiamdeKiamde Member CommonPosts: 5,820

    A Clockwork Orange

    The Warriors

    The Boondock saints

    Pulp fiction

    "Whoever controls the media controls the mind..-'Jim Morrison"

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  • AnagethAnageth Member Posts: 2,217
    1. Pulp Fiction
    2. Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
    3. Snatch
    4. Ronin
    5. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon

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  • pyrofreakpyrofreak Member UncommonPosts: 1,481

    Shawshank Redemption.

    Gump is a close second.

    Now with 57.3% more flames!

  • cryoracryora Member Posts: 367

    Lord of the Rings Trilogy
    Spirited Away
    Batman Begins

  • VampirVampir Member Posts: 4,239

    Domino(DvD February 21st)

    Pulp Fiction

    A history of violence.(DvD march)

    and The Sting

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  • modjoe86modjoe86 Member UncommonPosts: 4,083



    Originally posted by scaramoosh



    Originally posted by modjoe86
    Requiem for a Dream.

    Why would a film that makes you want to kill yourself be your fave?


    It's the only movie that even comes close to presenting an accurate portrayal of addiction...be it the heroin that Jim and his friends are addicted to, or the self-image/ TV desire of the mother. It also has the classic one-liner, "I know it's pretty, but I didn't take it out for air."
  • VampirVampir Member Posts: 4,239



    Originally posted by modjoe86



    Originally posted by scaramoosh



    Originally posted by modjoe86
    Requiem for a Dream.

    Why would a film that makes you want to kill yourself be your fave?


    It's the only movie that even comes close to presenting an accurate portrayal of addiction...be it the heroin that Jim and his friends are addicted to, or the self-image/ TV desire of the mother. It also has the classic one-liner, "I know it's pretty, but I didn't take it out for air."


    sid and Nancy did a damn good job in my opinion in showing the mental affects of drug addiction.

    but requiem for a dream was far better and more realistic.

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  • Ecksphive1Ecksphive1 Member Posts: 134

    Fight Clube,
    Seven,
    90% of Quentin Tarentino films (directed & Directed, not JUST produced eg, KillBill, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown all amazing)
    Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels,
    Snatch......too many to name but those are more or less my top films

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  • RazorbackRazorback Member Posts: 5,253

    Deer Hunter

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  • C.L.O.U.DC.L.O.U.D Member UncommonPosts: 365

    Mine are :
    1.Final Fantasy Advent Children
    2.all lord of the rings
    3.Harry potter films kinda
    4.Euro Trip
    5.The Grudge

  • kuruosawakuruosawa Member Posts: 74
    Goodwill Hunting.Interview with a Vampire.
  • DeltaMazeDeltaMaze Member Posts: 198

    Delta's Top 5 list!

    1.LoTR (all of them)
    2.Dr. Strangelove : How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (Stanley Kubrick is awesome!)
    3.Advent Children (Big fan of ff7)
    4.Pulp Fiction (Say what again)
    5.The Shining (Best thriller of them all cause its by Stanley Kubrick)

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  • findnolimitfindnolimit Member Posts: 112

    In no particular order....

    1.  Full Metal Jacket (cause yes, Kubrick rocks)

    2. Pulp Fiction (The only film since Citizen Kane to bring something revolutionary new to film)

    3. The Seven Samurai (Shichinin no samurai) If you've never seen Kurosawa then... just go see it.

    4. Lock Stock/ Snatch (made the world say "Holy S*** the British can make films!")

    5. The Big Lebowski ( the Coen Brothers rock too)

    6. Chinatown (It's solid, cant get much better, it's good)

    7. In The Mood For Love (Poetic,  beautiful... dont need to understand it, just experience it)

    8. A Bout de Souffle (The French make really crappy movies now because they all wish they could e like this one.)

    9. The 5th Element (Sci-fi can be entertaining, funny, and creative "Holy S***")

    10. Ghostbusters (I watched it a million times when i was a kid... How can you not freakin love it!)

    Thats a good idea of the films I like. 

    And I just have to say this, no offense to anyone... But... Reqium For A Dream is one of the worst movies I have ever seen.  You dont give a s*** about any of the characters and they all end up just where the film does Garbage.  If you want a "really portrayal of drug use and addiction" watch a documentary try one of the HBO ones, far more gripping, real, and well entertaining.  Seriously I really have never got a good idea of why ayone actually liked this film.

     

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  • ninjaBeaverninjaBeaver Member Posts: 158

    Terminator/2
    Die Hard
    Predator
    Commando
    Rocky
    Total Recall
    Indiana Trilogy

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  • evolution03evolution03 Member Posts: 8
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  • GungaDinGungaDin Member UncommonPosts: 514

    The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. 

    Classic Clint Eastwood Western. 

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