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04 Nov 2003 08:22 AM
    Hey. Going to see Kill Bill FINALLY this week...I hear it's the dogs. Wondered what yer all time favourite films of all time are???
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    04 Nov 2003 09:44 AM
    Saw KB last week. Entertaining enough but no masterpiece, was my humble opinion. Favourite films of all time...oh God where do I start ? Well off the top of my head..... Jaws Silence of the Lambs Seven The Shawshank Redemption The Godfather Unforgiven The Matrix Saving Private Ryan Schindler's List The Exorcist The Shining Close Encounters of the Third Kind
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    04 Nov 2003 09:47 AM
    Damn, how could I forget the classic ALIEN ( must go and see the Director's Cut version this week ) and ALIENS ( "Get away from her, you BITCH !!" )
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    04 Nov 2003 10:02 AM
    Tricky one, but here's a few. The Empire Strikes Back. Unbreakable. Get Carter Zulu Pulp Fiction The Godfather II Time Bandits Withnail and I Big A Bridge Too Far Predator
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    04 Nov 2003 10:27 AM
    ah jaysus thats a tough one but sure heres a few beetlejeuce a nightmare before christmas requiem for a dream nightmare on elm street 1 and 3 halloween (original) spinal tap the matrix Quadrophenia 24 Hour party people pulp fiction the shining
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    04 Nov 2003 10:28 AM
    Oh, Goodfellas as well and Once Upon A Time In America...
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    04 Nov 2003 10:46 AM
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    Good call. "We are Mods, we are Mods, we are, we are, we are Mods !" Requiem for a Dream is without question the most terrifying film I've ever seen.
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    04 Nov 2003 11:12 AM
    Goodfellas Godfather Part 2 Delicatessen GlenGarry Glen Ross Magnolia So many others... Space Cheeks, I too love Nightmare before Xmas. When it was shown in the cinema, it also has a short before it about Christopher Lee which never made it onto the video release. Does anyone know if this is on the DVD version?
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    04 Nov 2003 11:52 AM
    Hmmmmm..., in no particular order The Shawshank Redemption Murder In the First Shrek The Lion King Alien (Looking forward to seeing the Director's Cut) Withnail & I Terminator 2 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Star Trek VIII: First Contact Sleepers Casino The Shining Falling Down Willy Wonka & The Choclate Factory (Yeah laugh it up, but we lived for that movie when we were kids) Care Bears The Movie - JOKING!!!!!!! I'm off to see Finding Nemo tonight, movies like Shrek have restored my faith in animated movies. Incidently, Am I the only person on earth who thinks the Matrix movies are overhyped and really not THAT good? Q2
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    04 Nov 2003 11:53 AM
    Delicatessen...?? Vent My Spleen euuuuhh nastyy! Some of mine are The Wicker Man The Graduate Clash of the Titans Clockwork Orange Mean Streets Lord of the Rings (sorry but I loved both of them!) The Goonies Withnail and I and Spinal Tap...two classics Cheech & Chong 'Up in Smoke'! From Dusk Til Dawn The Man with Two Brains The Golden Child
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    04 Nov 2003 12:39 PM
    kill bill is an excellent film, let me see fav films eh??????? heres some of my favs at the mo: Willy Wonka & The Choclate Factory donnie darko vanilla sky the gremlins xanadu one flew over the cuckoos nest the goonies(classic) a clock work orange 24 Hour party people all the godfather films
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    04 Nov 2003 12:47 PM
    Well.... let me add my tuppenny bit... The Hairdresser's Husband The Field Magnolia The Thing (John Carpenter version) Twelve Angry Men Short Cuts City of God
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    04 Nov 2003 02:35 PM
    City of God is an excellent film! And while we're on the foreign side: High Heels Red Squirrel Et ya Mama Tambien (think that's how its spelt) Intacto Jesus of Montreal Trois Colouers Bleu ( which is on this friday night, great film) Jambon Jambon Matador Also...am I the only person that loved Top Gun??!!!
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    04 Nov 2003 03:51 PM
    Funny the John Carpenter version of The Thing is mention, but isn't it only on Sky One tonight. Particularly loved that scene where they all give blood samples and torch then to see who the carrier is. There have been lots of films mentioned here which I love but would not be in my absolute favourites...example, thought Schindler's list was weak in places but Raiph Fiennes performance as the camp commendant was outstanding. That said, one of the only films I have ever seen that I left knowing I had seen something really special was Pulp Fiction..
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    05 Nov 2003 06:48 AM
    My Favourites in no particular order are The Shawshank Redemption. O Brother Where art Thou City of God (excellant stuff this) Battle Royale The Matrix Bullet ( i loved the way it was filmed) Being John Malcovitch Three Kings Grosse Point Blank ( John Cusack is the Man!!) and some funny oldies Planes, Trains and automobiles Caddyshack Spaceballs Blazing Saddles
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    05 Nov 2003 07:35 AM
    One flew over the cuckoos nest Taxi Driver Apocalypse Now Leon The Mission Jock of the Bushveld (anyone??? South African classic!) Class (80's bratpack comedy)
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    05 Nov 2003 10:56 AM
    That`s a good question and I could name a few but the one that sticks in my mind more than any other is: CHOPPER CHICKS IN ZOMBIE TOWN. Best of all time acting, camerawork it`s just legendary!
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    05 Nov 2003 11:03 AM
    I saw Finding Nemo last night, it was great! I strongly recommend it for a good laugh. I imagine a lot of you booked tickets for The Matrix Revolutions. As I was saying earlier in this thread, I thought the Matrix was good but not THAT good, I haven't seen Reloaded, I'm not too troubled to either and I won't be joining 200-person queues to see the next one. I don't think all the hype will be worth it. Is there ANYONE who feels the same way? Q2
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    05 Nov 2003 12:01 PM
    Q2 thought that the Matrix was quite good, but thought the concept behind it is better then the film itself - the fight scenes were great though. Reloaded isn't as good as the first one, but the clips I've seen of the third look pretty impressive. Do u like Bruce Lee movies out of interest?? Kloot...Space balls and Planes, Trains..are two dead funny films...The Jerk is another one, and See No Evil, Hear No Evil! What's the name of the film with Richard Pryor where he has to look after the spolit rich kid...Master Bates?
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    05 Nov 2003 12:23 PM
    no way jimbo, i saw that the other night too, ha ha ha
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