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    [B]Trois couleurs: Bleu[/B] (1993) Directed by Krzysztof Kieslowski[/QUOTE]

    Watched these in my Cinema class a few years ago, I thought Blue and Red were the best, tough choice between the two. Good call anyhow.:yes:

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    Jaws
    Ghostbusters
    Airplane
    A Man For All Seasons
    Chinatown
    Annie Hall
    The Sting
    Dr. Strangelove
    Back to the Future
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail

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    [QUOTE=leftturn3;4246920]If your list does not start with the God Father, you might NOT be a red neck, you might just be a girl!

    1, God Father
    2, God Father II
    3, Goodfella’s
    4, A Bronx Tale
    5, Easy Money
    6, Caddy Shack
    Nothing else matters[/QUOTE]

    Too funny castigating other folk's list, yet you include Easy Money in your top 5.

    :huh:

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    The 10 best "standalone" (not part of a series) ...Welles, Curtiz, Wilder, Kubrick, Scorsese, Kazan...no surprises here

    Citizen Kane
    Raging Bull
    2001
    Dr. Strangelove
    Sunset Boulevard
    Lolita
    A Streetcar Named Desire
    A Clockwork Orange
    Cuckoo's Nest
    Casablanca

    Some other excellent/intriguing ones you should see

    Kiss Me Deadly
    The Killing
    Paths Of Glory
    Pride of The Yankees
    Rear Window
    The Ladykillers (1955)
    12 Angry Men
    Shock Corridor
    Seconds (1966)
    Guys and Dolls
    What's Up Tiger Lily?
    Blue Velvet
    Strangers On A Train
    The Nutty Professor (1963)
    The Petrified Forest
    Sweet Smell of Success
    The Night of The Hunter
    The Great Ziegfeld
    My Man Godfrey (Wm. Powell)
    A Shot In The Dark
    Head
    Top Secret!
    The Pawnbroker
    The Omega Man
    Billy Liar
    Macbeth (1948)
    Somebody Up There Likes Me
    The Last Supper (1976)
    Bananas
    Mr. Arkadin
    Blazing Saddles
    Young Frankenstein
    The Producers (1968)
    Sleeper
    Rocky Horror
    Zelig
    Requiem For A Heavyweight
    Two On a Guillotine
    Lady in a Cage
    House On Haunted Hill (1959)
    Repulsion
    Slap Shot
    Miracle In Milan
    Planet of The Apes (1968)
    The Haunting (1963)
    What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?
    The Third Man
    Key Largo
    Sahara (1943)
    The Rainmaker (1956)

    Some other personal favorites

    The Fly (1986)
    Animal House
    Blues Brothers
    What About Bob?
    The Mask
    Clifford
    Monolith Monsters
    After The Fox
    Brain Donors
    Used Cars
    Silent Movie
    Back To School
    Il Mostro (1994)
    Kingpin

    Other low budget/crap ones I likes for one reason or another

    Dead Heat (1988)
    Johnny Dangerously
    Jack Frost
    Bubble Boy
    Gremlins 1/2
    Garbage Pail Kids
    Get Crazy
    Shakes The Clown
    Hamburger U.
    Enemy Mine
    The Grinch
    Moving Violations
    Home Alone 2 & 3
    UHF
    RnR High School
    Police Academy 4 Citizens On Patrol

    Films that disappointed me

    True Confessions
    Movie Movie
    French Liuetenants Woman
    Milagro Beanfield War
    The Fisher King
    Nuts

    P. S. The most raucous audience I ever sat in for a comedy - Silent Movie, at "da Keets" in Queens. A full house in the lower right side of the triplex, almost literally rolling in the aisles.

    2d most, "Brewster's Millions" in an AMC @ Irving TX but I have no idea the hell why the audience thought it was that hilarious.

    The longest line I ever stood in for a movie was for "A Boy Named Charlie Brown" at Radio City. That was BITD when you could see the Christmas Show/Rockettes THEN a movie. It was so freakin' cold I think I'm still thawin' out.

    The most shocking line from an actor I think was in "Hamburger U.", where Chuck McCann calls someone a "dipsh!t" or "@hole". Anyone who grew up with Chuck as a friendly NY City Kids TV host who heard that was probably shocked too. I saw that at the Loew's Orpheum 86th St. then had to wash out my ears with some Papaya King right after.

    Worst movie ever made is probably "Mac And Me" an ET ripoff that was a featurelength promo for and funded by Mickey D's.
    Last edited by Jungle Shift Jet; 11-22-2011 at 03:08 PM.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;4247105]Too funny castigating other folk's list, yet you include Easy Money in your top 5.

    :huh:

    _[/QUOTE]

    Just missing the list...

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    Real Genius
    Running Scared
    CaddyShack
    Die Hard
    Inglorious Basterds
    The Sting
    Casablanca
    Sensational Janine
    In the Line of Fire
    Godfather

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    [QUOTE=sect112row36;4246609]1 Life is beautiful
    2 Saving Private Ryan
    3 Goodfellas
    4 Boy in Striped Pajamas
    5 Platoon
    6 Godfather 1/2
    7 One Flew Cukoos Nest
    8 Schindlers List
    9 Radio Flyer
    10 Casualties of War[/QUOTE]

    Boy in the Striped PJs, really.

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    [QUOTE=Jungle Shift Jet;4247166]The 10 best "standalone" (not part of a series) ...Welles, Curtiz, Wilder, Kubrick, Scorsese, Kazan...no surprises here

    Citizen Kane
    Raging Bull
    2001
    Dr. Strangelove
    Sunset Boulevard
    Lolita
    A Streetcar Named Desire
    A Clockwork Orange
    Cuckoo's Nest
    Casablanca

    Some other excellent/intriguing ones you should see

    Kiss Me Deadly
    The Killing
    Paths Of Glory
    Pride of The Yankees
    Rear Window
    The Ladykillers (1955)
    12 Angry Men
    Shock Corridor
    Seconds (1966)
    Guys and Dolls
    What's Up Tiger Lily?
    Blue Velvet
    Strangers On A Train
    The Nutty Professor (1963)
    The Petrified Forest
    Sweet Smell of Success
    The Night of The Hunter
    The Great Ziegfeld
    My Man Godfrey (Wm. Powell)
    A Shot In The Dark
    Head
    Top Secret!
    The Pawnbroker
    The Omega Man
    Billy Liar
    Macbeth (1948)
    Somebody Up There Likes Me
    The Last Supper (1976)
    Bananas
    Mr. Arkadin
    Blazing Saddles
    Young Frankenstein
    The Producers (1968)
    Sleeper
    Rocky Horror
    Zelig
    Requiem For A Heavyweight
    Two On a Guillotine
    Lady in a Cage
    House On Haunted Hill (1959)
    Repulsion
    Slap Shot
    Miracle In Milan
    Planet of The Apes (1968)
    The Haunting (1963)
    What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?
    The Third Man
    Key Largo
    Sahara (1943)
    The Rainmaker (1956)

    Some other personal favorites

    The Fly (1986)
    Animal House
    Blues Brothers
    What About Bob?
    The Mask
    Clifford
    Monolith Monsters
    After The Fox
    Brain Donors
    Used Cars
    Silent Movie
    Back To School
    Il Mostro (1994)
    Kingpin

    Other low budget/crap ones I likes for one reason or another

    Dead Heat (1988)
    Johnny Dangerously
    Jack Frost
    Bubble Boy
    Gremlins 1/2
    Garbage Pail Kids
    Get Crazy
    Shakes The Clown
    Hamburger U.
    Enemy Mine
    The Grinch
    Moving Violations
    Home Alone 2 & 3
    UHF
    RnR High School
    Police Academy 4 Citizens On Patrol

    Films that disappointed me

    True Confessions
    Movie Movie
    French Liuetenants Woman
    Milagro Beanfield War
    The Fisher King
    Nuts

    P. S. The most raucous audience I ever sat in for a comedy - Silent Movie, at "da Keets" in Queens. A full house in the lower right side of the triplex, almost literally rolling in the aisles.

    2d most, "Brewster's Millions" in an AMC @ Irving TX but I have no idea the hell why the audience thought it was that hilarious.

    The longest line I ever stood in for a movie was for "A Boy Named Charlie Brown" at Radio City. That was BITD when you could see the Christmas Show/Rockettes THEN a movie. It was so freakin' cold I think I'm still thawin' out.

    The most shocking line from an actor I think was in "Hamburger U.", where Chuck McCann calls someone a "dipsh!t" or "@hole". Anyone who grew up with Chuck as a friendly NY City Kids TV host who heard that was probably shocked too. I saw that at the Loew's Orpheum 86th St. then had to wash out my ears with some Papaya King right after.

    Worst movie ever made is probably "Mac And Me" an ET ripoff that was a featurelength promo for and funded by Mickey D's.[/QUOTE]

    Julie Andrews going topless in SOB was a lot more shocking

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    If "Take the Money and Run" isn't in your top ten, then you're just not paying attention.

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    [QUOTE=Klingon;4247202]If "Take the Money and Run" isn't in your top ten, then you're just not paying attention.[/QUOTE]

    " I have a gub", lol

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    [QUOTE=Alkrotraz;4247194]Boy in the Striped PJs, really.[/QUOTE]

    My GF walked out of the room the last 5 minutes.

    She couldn't watch, but as harsh as it was, I thought it was poetic justice.

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    [QUOTE=Jungle Shift Jet;4247166]

    Films that disappointed me

    French Liuetenants Woman

    [/QUOTE]

    This movie started my detestation of Meryl Streep, followed closely by Sophie's Choice.

    Can't stand her.

    My wife asked me one day if I wanted to see the Bridges of Madison County and I said the only way I'd see it is if she were standing in one of said Bridges and Clint flew Fire Fox in with real live bombs and did a real life snuff movie and blew her up.

    Seriously, her "choice" in Sophie's Choice is she should have killed herself.

    _

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    [QUOTE=Alkrotraz;4247198]Julie Andrews going topless in SOB was a lot more shocking[/QUOTE]

    That scene made me drizzle on my popcorn.

    When the _______'s __________ popped out of the ________, that was shocking.
    Last edited by Jungle Shift Jet; 11-22-2011 at 03:41 PM.

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    [QUOTE=Jungle Shift Jet;4247166]The 10 best "standalone" (not part of a series) ...Welles, Curtiz, Wilder, Kubrick, Scorsese, Kazan...no surprises here

    Citizen Kane
    Raging Bull
    2001
    Dr. Strangelove
    Sunset Boulevard
    Lolita
    A Streetcar Named Desire
    A Clockwork Orange
    Cuckoo's Nest
    Casablanca

    Some other excellent/intriguing ones you should see

    Kiss Me Deadly
    The Killing
    Paths Of Glory
    Pride of The Yankees
    Rear Window
    The Ladykillers (1955)
    12 Angry Men
    Shock Corridor
    Seconds (1966)
    Guys and Dolls
    What's Up Tiger Lily?
    Blue Velvet
    Strangers On A Train
    The Nutty Professor (1963)
    The Petrified Forest
    Sweet Smell of Success
    The Night of The Hunter
    The Great Ziegfeld
    My Man Godfrey (Wm. Powell)
    A Shot In The Dark
    Head
    Top Secret!
    The Pawnbroker
    The Omega Man
    Billy Liar
    Macbeth (1948)
    Somebody Up There Likes Me
    The Last Supper (1976)
    Bananas
    Mr. Arkadin
    Blazing Saddles
    Young Frankenstein
    The Producers (1968)
    Sleeper
    Rocky Horror
    Zelig
    Requiem For A Heavyweight
    Two On a Guillotine
    Lady in a Cage
    House On Haunted Hill (1959)
    Repulsion
    Slap Shot
    Miracle In Milan
    Planet of The Apes (1968)
    The Haunting (1963)
    What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?
    The Third Man
    Key Largo
    Sahara (1943)
    The Rainmaker (1956)

    Some other personal favorites

    The Fly (1986)
    Animal House
    Blues Brothers
    What About Bob?
    The Mask
    Clifford
    Monolith Monsters
    After The Fox
    Brain Donors
    Used Cars
    Silent Movie
    Back To School
    Il Mostro (1994)
    Kingpin

    Other low budget/crap ones I likes for one reason or another

    Dead Heat (1988)
    Johnny Dangerously
    Jack Frost
    Bubble Boy
    Gremlins 1/2
    Garbage Pail Kids
    Get Crazy
    Shakes The Clown
    Hamburger U.
    Enemy Mine
    The Grinch
    Moving Violations
    Home Alone 2 & 3
    UHF
    RnR High School
    Police Academy 4 Citizens On Patrol

    Films that disappointed me

    True Confessions
    Movie Movie
    French Liuetenants Woman
    Milagro Beanfield War
    The Fisher King
    Nuts

    P. S. The most raucous audience I ever sat in for a comedy - Silent Movie, at "da Keets" in Queens. A full house in the lower right side of the triplex, almost literally rolling in the aisles.

    2d most, "Brewster's Millions" in an AMC @ Irving TX but I have no idea the hell why the audience thought it was that hilarious.

    The longest line I ever stood in for a movie was for "A Boy Named Charlie Brown" at Radio City. That was BITD when you could see the Christmas Show/Rockettes THEN a movie. It was so freakin' cold I think I'm still thawin' out.

    The most shocking line from an actor I think was in "Hamburger U.", where Chuck McCann calls someone a "dipsh!t" or "@hole". Anyone who grew up with Chuck as a friendly NY City Kids TV host who heard that was probably shocked too. I saw that at the Loew's Orpheum 86th St. then had to wash out my ears with some Papaya King right after.

    Worst movie ever made is probably "Mac And Me" an ET ripoff that was a featurelength promo for and funded by Mickey D's.[/QUOTE]

    Just an epic post.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;4247248]This movie started my detestation of Meryl Streep, followed closely by Sophie's Choice.

    Can't stand her.

    My wife asked me one day if I wanted to see the Bridges of Madison County and I said the only way I'd see it is if she were standing in one of said Bridges and Clint flew Fire Fox in with real live bombs and did a real life snuff movie and blew her up.

    Seriously, her "choice" in Sophie's Choice is she should have killed herself.

    _[/QUOTE]

    I couldn't agree with you more. I absolutely hate Meryl Streep. So does Vick.

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    [QUOTE=RaoulDuke;4246743]In my Top 10 list of Top 10 Movie I haven't seen.. :baghead:[/QUOTE]

    Shawshank:

    It is VERY important that you get this movie quietly, tell no one that you're watching it, do not research it beforehand.

    Trust me.

    SAR I

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    The Top 15 Dumbest Movies Mentioned In JI's Top 10 Movies Thread:

    Teen Wolf
    Spaceballs
    Bad Santa
    Hot Tub Time Machine
    Home Alone
    Inception
    Karate Kid
    Easy Money
    The Fantastic Mr. Fox
    Three Amigos
    Goonies
    The Princess' Bride
    40 Year Old Virgin
    Forgetting Sarah Marshall
    Christmas Vacation

    SAR I

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    No order... New(er) List...

    There Will Be Blood...

    No Country For Old Men...

    The Departed...

    Inception...

    The Dark Knight...

    Inglorious Basterds...

    Up In The Air...

    Bourne Trilogy...

    The Hangover...

    Sherlock Holmes...

    Hon mention to movies like "Paranormal Activity, The Hurt Locker, The Blind Side, I Love You, Man, etc..."

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    [QUOTE=SAR I;4247355]Shawshank:

    It is VERY important that you get this movie quietly, tell no one that you're watching it, do not research it beforehand.

    Trust me.

    SAR I[/QUOTE]

    Hahahaa--the chick has a dick!

    Ruined it for ya!! :D

    Oh wait, that was The Crying Game :O

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;4247401]Hahahaa--the chick has a dick!

    Ruined it for ya!! :D

    Oh wait, that was The Crying Game :O

    _[/QUOTE]

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