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Thread: Your Top 10 movies of all-time

  1. #81
    1.Goodfellas
    2.Back to the Future
    3.Die Hard
    4.Heat
    5.Trading Places
    6.Pulp Fiction
    7.The Dark Knight
    8.Godfather epic
    9.Platoon
    10.Shawshank Redemption

    my 2-10 always change.Goodfellas is and will always be my #1

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    [QUOTE=SAR I;4247366]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
    [B]The Fantastic Mr. Fox[/B]
    Three Amigos
    Goonies
    The Princess' Bride
    40 Year Old Virgin
    Forgetting Sarah Marshall
    Christmas Vacation

    SAR I[/QUOTE]

    I'd expect a Coldplay superfan to say as much.

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    [QUOTE=Traitor Jay & the Woodies;4247437]I'd expect a Coldplay superfan to say as much.[/QUOTE]

    While I grant you that "Mr. Fox" is a charmingly sophisticated piece of children's animation, it's not Top 10 material. I may like Mylo Xyloto, but I'm not putting it on any Top 10 LP lists.

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    [QUOTE=SAR I;4247441]While I grant you that "Mr. Fox" is a charmingly sophisticated piece of children's animation, it's not Top 10 material. I may like Mylo Xyloto, but I'm not putting it on any Top 10 LP lists.

    SAR I[/QUOTE]

    It's absolutely brilliant, imho. The more I watch, the more I love.

    And not for nothin - but did you not have Toy Story on [I]your [/I]list?

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    I left out a few more that I like, for one reason or another-not necessarily classic films

    Spaceballs
    Forbidden Planet (A watershed Sci-Fi, a take on [I][B]The Tempest[/B][/I])
    The Waterboy
    Elf
    Little Nicky
    Dr. Zhivago (Patience is key)
    Hoodwinked!
    Bedazzled (1967)
    Oscar (1991)
    Meet The Robinsons
    Backdraft
    Animal Farm (Animated, 1954)
    Duck Soup
    So I Married An Ax Murderer
    The Day The Earth Stood Still
    Eating Raoul
    The Girl Can't Help It
    The Seven Year Itch
    Nightmare Before Christmas
    Edward Scissorhands
    Fish Called Wanda/Fierce Creatures
    anything w/ SNL alumni past and present


    by a great director, Michael Powell:
    The Red Shoes
    Black Narcissus
    who ruined his career with the now classic
    Peeping Tom / Face of Fear

    not sure why I like these - maybe I shouldn't but I do

    Turk 182!
    Everytime We Say Goodbye
    Baron Munchausen
    My Big Fat Greek Wedding
    Santa Clause 1 2 and 3
    Mafia! (the "drip" scene is offensive but I cant get " run florist" out of my head)
    Vegas Vacation


    A few more disappointments, IMO

    BASEketball (a bad ZAZ movie)
    Tron 2 (except for the Ziggy Stardust-like dude)
    Dick Tracy (Everyone has makeup like the comic strip except Dick Tracy)
    What's New *****cat? (Some of my favorite actors but tries much too hard)
    Casino Royale (1967) (a mess)
    Chaplin (wanted to like it more)
    Gandhi (ditto)
    Brazil
    Time Bandits
    The Last Emperor (zzzzz)
    Amadeus ("Pinto" as Mozart??)
    When Harry....(though some love it...the Katz's scene IMO is contrived)
    Any of the Marsha Mason movies (!!!!)
    Mask (a former colleague: Comedy Sleeper of the Year)
    Mannequin
    Bloodhounds of Broadway
    Deck The Halls
    Meet The Kranks
    War of The Roses
    just about any of the Don Bluth animated movies

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    Godfather 1
    Godfather 2
    Goodfellas
    Annie Hall
    Broadway Danny Rose
    Sting
    Rocky
    Rushmore
    Stripes
    Heartbreak Kid (original)

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    The Godfather parts I and II
    Apocalypse Now
    Cape Fear remake with DeNiro and Nolte.
    Shawshank
    Magnolia
    The Shining
    Snatch
    Monty Python & the Holy Grail
    The Sting
    The Last Waltz

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    Do pron movies count?

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    [QUOTE=Klingon;4247496]Do pron movies count?[/QUOTE]

    Only if they have cool names like Prince Of A L@bia...

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    [QUOTE=Dirtstar;4246975]yeah, Lock/Stock and RocknRolla are also great, but Snatch has the best characters.

    Turkish and Tommy, Cousin Avi, Bullet-tooth Tony, Boris the Blade, Mickey the Pikey, Vinny/Sol/Tyrone, the "squeaky" dog, etc...


    and of course, Brick Top, who's just AMAZING. "No thank you, Turkish. I'm sweet enough." :yes:[/QUOTE]



    Brick Top is an Al Davis lookalike.

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    [QUOTE=AlwaysGreenAlwaysWhite;4247503]Only if they have cool names like Prince Of A L@bia...[/QUOTE]

    Saving Ryan's Privates? Saturday Night Beaver? The Empire Strikes From The Back?

    Probably in my top 20 but not top 10.

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    [QUOTE=nyahay bus;4247513]Brick Top is an Al Davis lookalike.[/QUOTE]


    Brick Top invented Al Davis.

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    [QUOTE=Dirtstar;4247563]Brick Top invented Al Davis.[/QUOTE]

    maybe its the other way around.

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    [QUOTE=jetstream23;4247537]SHAVING Ryan's Privates? Saturday Night Beaver? The Empire Strikes From The Back?

    Probably in my top 20 but not top 10.[/QUOTE]

    Fixed.

    And if you haven't seen Bright Lights, Big Titties, you're missing out.

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    [QUOTE=jetsfansocal;4246998]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:[/QUOTE]

    They both suck, White is better, Double Life of Veronika even better and Decalogue is an absolute masterpiece.

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    [QUOTE=WestCoastOffensive;4246935]Hurt Locker
    Ronin
    [B]Caddyshack[/B][B]Animal House[/B]Pulp/Dogs/True Romance (pick one :P )
    Fargo/Lebowski
    American Beauty
    Summer of Sam /Do the Right Thing/25th Hour
    Get Shorty


    Thank You FOr Smoking/CRANK/Inside Man for bonus.[/QUOTE]
    Lets not forget
    Blues Brothers
    Fletch
    Stripes

    These round out top five

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    Here are my 15 favorites (can't narrow it to just 10):

    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

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    [QUOTE=Traitor Jay & the Woodies;4247445]It's absolutely brilliant, imho. The more I watch, the more I love.

    And not for nothin - but did you not have Toy Story on [I]your [/I]list?[/QUOTE]

    [IMG]http://www.blogcdn.com/blog.moviefone.com/media/2011/01/fantastic-mr-fox1.jpg[/IMG]

    Toy Story is the Sargent Pepper of animated motion pictures. Groundbreaking and jaw-dropping technology, a fresh and innovative storyline, duplicated hundreds of times, never equaled.

    You're telling me that if you're sentenced to life imprisonment on a deserted island and the judge lets you bring only 10 movies with you to get you through the next 40 years, you're bringing The Fantastic Mr. Fox. Siriusly?

    I don't even think it's in the Top 10 of animated movies, honestly. Chicken Run is better if you must have a flick about delusional farm animals.

    SAR I

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    [QUOTE=AFCEastFan;4247861]Here are my 15 favorites (can't narrow it to just 10):

    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[/QUOTE]

    :rofl:

    Well done, Sir.

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    [QUOTE=RaoulDuke;4246702]In no order

    Big Lebowski
    Pulp Fiction
    Matrix
    Requiem for a Dream
    The Sting
    Usual Suspects
    Tell No One
    Alien
    Jaws
    Silence of the Lambs


    Honorable mention:
    Blair Witch Project - I don’t consider it to be Top 10 material but it scared the piss out of me (insert French joke here)
    Jacob’s Ladder
    memento
    Shining[/QUOTE]


    ... ding, ding, ding we have a winner :iwon: ...

    love your choices ... jacob's ladder should go in the underappreciated thread as well:yes:



    Pulp Fiction
    Matrix
    Requiem for a Dream
    Usual Suspects
    Alien
    Jaws


    you nailed six that would go on my list


    Big Chill
    Braveheart
    Gladiator

    def on mine as well

    Hoosiers, The Natural, Magnolia, Empire Strikes Back, Godfather 1 & 2, One Flew Over Cuckoo's Nest, Star Wars, Taxi Driver, Rocky, Memento, American Beauty, Saving Private Ryan, Terminator 1 & 2, Sideways, Reservoir Dogs, Diehard, The Great Escape, Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Sixth Sense, The Deer Hunter, Shawshank Redemption, Good Will Hunting

    those can all battle it out for my final spot


    l_j_r

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