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Re: Top Ten Films by PalinFreak on 11 November 2006 12:53pm
 
My top ten are:

1. Gone With The Wind
2. Excalibur
3. Taxi Driver
4. Annie Hall
5. Hostel
6. Phantom of the Opera
7. The Nightmare Before Christmas
8. Time Bandits
9. Pulp Fiction
10. Star Wars(all of them)
10.
 
Re: Top Ten Films by PalinFreak on 11 November 2006 12:55pm
 
My top ten are:

1. Gone With The Wind
2. Excalibur
3. Taxi Driver
4. Annie Hall
5. Hostel
6. Phantom of the Opera
7. The Nightmare Before Christmas
8. Time Bandits
9. Pulp Fiction
10. Star Wars(all of them)
 
Re: Top Ten Films by canaveralgumby on 13 November 2006 7:42pm
 
Number 1 - The Blues Brothers

L.A. Confidential
Godfather I & II
Dances with Wolves
Citizen Kane
Alien, Aliens
Dog Day Afternoon
Fargo
Unforgiven (Clint Eastwood)
12 Monkeys
Bram Stoker's Dracula (Coppola)
The Matrix (first)
City Lights (Charlie Chaplin)

My criteria is, I find every moment of these films compelling and I could watch them repeatedly, even knowing what will happen. I just want to eat these movies.

11/17 How did I ever forget to put PULP FICTION on my list?
 
Re: Top Ten Films by arty_farty on 13 November 2006 7:59pm
 
1. meaning of life
2. little mermaid
3. mean girls
4. fellowship of the ring
5. grease
6. dracula: dead and loving it
7. airplane 2
8. holy grail
9. freaky friday (the curtis/lohan one)
10. king arthur
 
Re: Top Ten Films by jaime on 14 November 2006 6:26am
 
lol sorry sighthound, I was actually thinking of the disney movie!
but I have seen that version and it is amazing I might as well mean that one :)
NOOOOOOO...WHY DONT U LIKE FORREST GUMP!?
 
Re: Top Ten Films by sighthound on 14 November 2006 6:52pm
 
Dunno; just never been able to watch more than 15 minutes of it before getting bored and wandering off somewhere. I'm definitely in the minority, I know. (I was going to post on that other thread that one of the movies I really hate is "Titanic" but I'm in the minority there too and one of its more rabid fans might want to string me up.)
 
Re: Top Ten Films by jaime on 15 November 2006 3:02am
 
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Re: Top Ten Films...a parody by Lounge Trekker on 15 November 2006 10:07pm
 
Top Ten Movies in the categories fiction and non-fiction:

1 The government sponsored propaganda film...'Reefer Madness'
2 'MADD does the Dallas Cowboys'
3 'Deep Trout'
4 'Drunks Against Mad Mothers does the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders'
5 'Slapshot!'
6 Mao in 'The Little Blue Movie"
7 The Clark Gable classic, 'Gone is the Mind'
8 'The Lizard of Aus'
9 Arnold in 'Das Vote'

10 and lastly, the Academy Award nominated film about Indian cooking...'The Simmering Inferno'

Lounge Trekker gives these movies two thumbs up!
 
Re: Top Ten Films by MarcoP on 17 November 2006 10:35am
 
Always changing and in no particular order, but:

- Dogville
- Kill Bill (if I have to pick one I'll go with the second)
- Sin City
- V for Vendetta
- The Big Lebowski
- Blues Brothers
- In the Name of the Father
- Dead Man
- Dead Poets Society
- The Debt Collector
 
Re: Top Ten Films by capman on 17 November 2006 11:24pm
 
keep changing my mind over my top ten would more than likly be my top 1000 HELPPPPPPPPPPPPPP
 
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