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    Re: 10 Movies to See Before You Die

    What Peter Fonda,Dennis Hopper & Jack Nicholson get no love for Easy Rider?
    Where's Scarface? The Outsiders? maybe even History of the World Part 1?
    just a few of my favorites.
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    Re: 10 Movies to See Before You Die

    Bah.
    I call shenanigans.
    Road House isn't on it.
    That makes it utterly invalid.


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    Re: 10 Movies to See Before You Die

    Where the heck is Pulp Fiction, Seven, Heat. Omg that list is the suck, different strokes for different folks i guess.

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    Re: 10 Movies to See Before You Die

    "HornedHat" wrote:
    Here's ten by Genre:

    1) Drama - No Country for Old Men
    2) Romance - Romancing the Stone
    3) Classic - Casablanca
    4) Action - Dark Knight
    5) Sci-Fi - Terminator
    6) Horror - The Exorcist
    7) Teen - Wierd Science (I don't really like teen movies, never have)
    8) Musical - The Producers ( I don't really like musicals), possibly, Something Funny Happened on the Way to the Forum
    9) Comedy - The Rat Race ( not a well known flick, but it made me laugh)
    10) Foreign - Das Boot (you don't need to read the sub titles to know what's happenin)
    11) Porn- Caligula

    The problem with lists is trying to categorize them by genre; and also, my mood when compiling the list. For instance, my top ten movies of all time will be different in a month, though 3 or four would remain the same.

    My top ten movies:
    1) Saving Private Ryan
    2) Gladiator
    3) Apocalpyse Now
    4) Terminator
    5) Battleground
    6) L.A.Confidential
    7) The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (cause ya have to think of them as one)
    8) Bladerunner
    9) Alien
    10) Fistful of Dollars

    There's no suspense category, or cop movie or westerns.
    Personally I'd say The Good The Bad and The Ugly was much better than Fistful of Dollars.
    Van Cleef and Eli Wallach and Clint Eastwood just dominated that movie in what I think is the greatest Western movie made.

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    Re: 10 Movies to See Before You Die

    I'd rather die first before watching Amelie.

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    Re: 10 Movies to See Before You Die

    "Schutz" wrote:
    "HornedHat" wrote:
    Here's ten by Genre:

    1) Drama - No Country for Old Men
    2) Romance - Romancing the Stone
    3) Classic - Casablanca
    4) Action - Dark Knight
    5) Sci-Fi - Terminator
    6) Horror - The Exorcist
    7) Teen - Wierd Science (I don't really like teen movies, never have)
    8) Musical - The Producers ( I don't really like musicals), possibly, Something Funny Happened on the Way to the Forum
    9) Comedy - The Rat Race ( not a well known flick, but it made me laugh)
    10) Foreign - Das Boot (you don't need to read the sub titles to know what's happenin)
    11) Porn- Caligula

    The problem with lists is trying to categorize them by genre; and also, my mood when compiling the list. For instance, my top ten movies of all time will be different in a month, though 3 or four would remain the same.

    My top ten movies:
    1) Saving Private Ryan
    2) Gladiator
    3) Apocalpyse Now
    4) Terminator
    5) Battleground
    6) L.A.Confidential
    7) The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (cause ya have to think of them as one)
    8) Bladerunner
    9) Alien
    10) Fistful of Dollars

    There's no suspense category, or cop movie or westerns.
    Personally I'd say The Good The Bad and The Ugly was much better than Fistful of Dollars.
    Van Cleef and Eli Wallach and Clint Eastwood just dominated that movie in what I think is the greatest Western movie made.
    The Outlaw Jose Wales is better than either of the movies that you mentioned.

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    Re: 10 Movies to See Before You Die

    Young Frankeinstein
    The good, the bad & the ugly
    Forrest Gump
    Office space
    Million dollar baby
    Caddy shack
    Blazing saddles
    The Waterboy
    Full metal jacket
    Planes, trains & automobiles

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    Re: 10 Movies to See Before You Die

    "singersp" wrote:
    Young Frankeinstein
    The good, the bad & the ugly
    Forrest Gump
    Office space
    Million dollar baby
    Caddy shack
    Blazing saddles
    The Waterboy
    Full metal jacket
    Planes, trains & automobiles
    The Waterboy.
    Are you kidding?
    That was one of the worst movies ever made.

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    Re: 10 Movies to See Before You Die

    "vikingivan" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    Young Frankeinstein
    The good, the bad & the ugly
    Forrest Gump
    Office space
    Million dollar baby
    Caddy shack
    Blazing saddles
    The Waterboy
    Full metal jacket
    Planes, trains & automobiles
    The Waterboy.
    Are you kidding?
    That was one of the worst movies ever made.
    No, the worst movies would include Yentl, Attack of the killer tomatoes & Cloverfield.

    I enjoyed The Waterboy.

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    Re: 10 Movies to See Before You Die

    "singersp" wrote:
    "vikingivan" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    Young Frankeinstein
    The good, the bad & the ugly
    Forrest Gump
    Office space
    Million dollar baby
    Caddy shack
    Blazing saddles
    The Waterboy
    Full metal jacket
    Planes, trains & automobiles
    The Waterboy.
    Are you kidding?
    That was one of the worst movies ever made.
    No, the worst movies would include Yentl, Attack of the killer tomatoes & Cloverfield.

    I enjoyed The Waterboy.
    I have to agree with Cloverfield.
    I have never seen the other two.

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