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i dont think weve had a topic like this so ill start one up...

10. Jackass: The Movie

9. Major League

8. Bruce Almighty

7. Dogma

6. Bio-Dome

5. Finding Nemo (its good, ill admit it :P )

4. Half Baked

3. Super Troopers

2. Spaceballs

1. Adam Sandlers Eight Crazy Nights

theres a lot more but these are my top

whats urs?

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This is where we separate the men from the boys.

10. Audition (Japanese)

09. Chasing Amy

08. Star Wars IV: A New Hope (Han shot first)

07. Baby Snakes

06. Treasure of the Sierra Madre

05. Wizard of Oz

04. Blazing Saddles

03. Young Frankenstein

02. Pride of the Yankees

01. 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea

And not one made in the last 5 years, save for Audition.

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Here's my list:

10. Ferris Bueller's Day Off

9. Spaceballs

8. 61*

7. Finding Nemo

6. School of Rock

5. Big Daddy

4. Slap Shot

3. Rudy

2. Miracle

1. Boondock Saints (To bad no one's heard of it)

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Here we go, and brassbonanza, I've heard of Boondock Saints but I've never seen it.

Honorable Mentions- The Perfect Score, The Rules of Attraction, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, The Outsiders, Not Another Teen Movie, A League of Their Own, The Longest Yard, Brian's Song (the old one)

10. The Replacements

9. Remember the Titans

8. Road Trip

7. Field of Dreams

6. Escape from Alcatraz

5. Finding Nemo

4. The Patriot

3. Cast Away

2. A Christmas Story

1. Forrest Gump

I have a problem cutting to 10, if you couldn't tell.

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Hey Brassbonanza,

My son has the movie - William DeFoe is great. Bloody and morbid, but still, I like the plot of the 2 irish brothers. Can't say it would make my top 100 - but I enjoyed it.

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Intentionally leaving out the LOTR trilogy and in no particular order.

10- Akira

9- The Exorcist :puke:

8- Blade Runner

7- The Witches Of Eastwick

6- Unforgiven

5- Apocalypse Now

4- The 5th Element

3- The 7 Samurai

2- The Godfather

1- The Godfather II

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No particular order....

1) High Noon (with Gary Cooper)

2) True Grit

3) Casablanca

4) Tombstone

5) The Day the Earth Stood Still

6) Shawshank Redemption

7) Blazing Saddles

8) The Dirty Dozen

9) Passion of the Christ

10) The Time Machine (with Rod Taylor)

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I have so many, it's hard to narrow down to 10, but here they are (in order)...

10. A Bridge Too Far

9. A Fish Called Wanda

8. The Right Stuff

7. Full Metal Jacket

6. 12 Monkeys

5. Donnie Darko

4. Pulp Fiction

3. Clerks

2. Raiders of the Lost Ark

1. Alien

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10. The Patriot

9. Taxi Driver

8. Airplane

7. Raiders of the Lost Ark

6. Field of Dreams

5. True Lies

4. Die Hard

3. Star Wars

2. Godfather

1. Empire Strikes Back

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As a film nut, there is absolutely no way I could limit my list to just ten movies. Okay, I could... but that would take a great deal of agonizing.

When I turned twenty, I selected my twenty favorite films of all time. At thirty, I expanded the list by ten films. This coming September, I'll hit the "Big 4-0", so - what the hell - I'll add ten more NOW. Here then are Brian in Boston's TOP 30 FAVORITE FILMS OF ALL TIME!

(Organized by year of release)

City Lights (1931)

A Night at the Opera (1935)

Bringing Up Baby (1938)

Stagecoach (1939)

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

Fantasia (1940)

Citizen Kane (1941)

The Road to Morocco (1942)

It's A Wonderful Life (1946) - My favorite film of all time.

Notorious (1946)

The Third Man (1949)

Kind Hearts and Coronets (1950)

Singin' in the Rain (1952)

Mister Roberts (1955)

Bridge on the River Kwai (1957)

Some Like It Hot (1959)

Lawrence of Arabia (1962)

To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)

The Graduate (1967)

M*A*S*H (1970)

The Sting (1973)

Young Frankenstein (1974)

Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)

Breaking Away (1979)

The Last Emperor (1987)

Bull Durham (1988)

Cinema Paradiso (1989)

Unforgiven (1992)

Topsy-Turvy (1999)

Amelie (2001)

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Hmm, some movies I enjoyed have been mentioned--some mentioned bored me silly--some I haven't seen--


In no particular order-

The Robe

Demetrius & the Gladiators

Ben Hur

The Great Escape

Planet of the Apes (original with Roddy McDowell & Kim Hunter)

Dark Star

Hart's War

This is Spinal Tap

Galaxy Quest


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Now here's a topic that's right up my alley. Here's my list...

1. Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

2. Rocky (1976)

3. Ghostbusters (1984)

4. Rear Window (1954)

5. Saturday Night Fever (1977)

6. It's a Wonderful Life (1946)

7. Psycho (1960)

8. North by Northwest (1959)

9. Star Wars (1977)

10. JFK (1991)

Check out the rest here: http://www.ymdb.com/user_top20_view.asp?usersid=12108&ce=y

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no particular order:

The Hustler

Fight Club

Breathless (the Jean-Luc Godard one, not the Richard Gere one)

Jules and Jim

City of Lost Children

Cool Hand Luke

Miller's Crossing

Barton Fink

Lady from Shanghai

The Third Man

The Shining

Full Metal Jacket


Dr. Strangelove

Raging Bull

The Graduate

Apocalypse Now

The Godfather, Part II



Dog Day Afternoon

The Thin Red Line

Good Will Hunting



The Hudsucker Proxy

Duck Soup

Horse Feathers

Shogun Assassin (aka, Lone Wolf and Cup)

Kurosawa's High and Low

Hidden Fortress

Blade Runner

Enter the Dragon

The Killer

Hard Boiled

Killer's Kiss

Treasure of the Sierra Madre

Outlaw Josey Wales

Dirty Harry

The French Connection

I'm Gonna Git You, Sucka!

Hollywood Shuffle

and so on.....

Besides sports, movies and music are HUGE passions of mine.

sorry for the long list

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oh boy...my kind of thread...

ok, here are a few of my favorites that come to mind just sitting here

-Amelie (say what you want about foreign films, this was just good)

-The Last Wedding (Canadian indy film)


-The Great Escape



-Gangs of New York

-The Alien Trilogy (not Quadrilogy, Trilogy)

-Ronin (one of the bet car chases ever)

-The French Connection (THE best car chase scene ever)

-The Blues Brothers

-National Lampoon's Animal House

-Donny Darko

-School of Rock

-Orange County

-Dr. Strangelove or How I learned to stop worrying and love the Bomb

-Raiders of the Lost Arc

-Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

-The Bridge over the River Kwai - my dad and I love this movie

-The Bad News Bears

a sort of all over the place list, I love film, i take classes in it where ever possible to get exposure to all types of films. if only Nipissing U hadn't taken away all the Film classes it would have been my minor :cry: I'm going to buy myself into poverty if I can't control my craving for DVDs, if I like a movie, I just gotta buy it

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As a film nut, there is absolutely no way I could limit my list to just ten movies.

See, this is the problem with putting up the top ten without going to the rack to research the DVDs first :D

There's a LOT of movies on BiB's list that oughta be on mine, too...dammit. Later tonite I'm gonna edit...

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