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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2003 9:26 am 
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Have any of you people seen THe Cell? <br>If not check it out! It's a definate mind trip.

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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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[quote author=dean link=board=general;num=1035941944;start=15#20 date=11/17/02 at 05:03:27]Slaughterhouse Five, Monty Python & The Holy Grail, The Meaning of Life, Dr. Strangelove, Baby Snakes, Spinal Tap, Pulp Fiction, The Big Lebowsky, Best In Show and dare I say it, Cabin Boy are a few that quickly come to mind.[/quote]<br><br><br>What is your favorite color?<br><br>Blue.... NO! Green<br>AAHHHHHHHHHHH

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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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200 Motels<br><br>Not really a movie though, more of an experience

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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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I'd have to say Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.

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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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The Producers<br><br>or<br><br>Citizen Kane

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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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Pick one:<br><br>Chinatown<br><br>A Night On Earth<br><br>Short Cuts<br><br>Lagri Di Bicicletta (Probably misspelled, i mean the Bicycle Thief)<br><br>Apocalypse Now<br><br>Taxi Driver<br><br>Kauas Pilvet Karkaavat (Drifting Clouds)<br><br>So many of us forumers like similar movies, i could´ve just copy/pasted almost any of the previous lists. Has anybody ever seen Charlie Chaplin stuff on the big screen? Believe me, it´s a thrill!

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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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[quote author=palokas link=board=general;num=1035941944;start=105#108 date=03/13/03 at 15:34:12]<br><br>Apocalypse Now<br>[/quote]<br><br>Kurtz:  Are you an assassin, Willard?<br>Willard: I'm a soldier.<br>Kurtz:  You're neither. You're an errand boy, sent by grocery clerks, to collect the bill.<br><br><br>This weekend I rented Lynch's "Mulholland Drive"...had never seen it before...outstanding!<br><br>I put it on around 8:00 pm on Sat, watched it thru, and was thoroughly confused after it ended.  I thought about what I'd seen for about an hour, rewound it and watched it again...excellent...the best movie I've seen in quite sometime. Can't stop thinking about it. In some ways reminiscent of "Sunset Boulevard". Now I gotta get "Lost Highway"...I've never seen that one either.<br><br>

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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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the entire Cohen brothers movies!<br><br>Citizen Kane<br>The Great Dictator (Chaplin)<br>2001<br>Solaris (the original russian version)<br>Magnolias<br>Boogie nights<br>The others<br>Frenzy (Hitchcock)<br>200 Motels<br>Bowling for Columbine<br><br>And there's so much more, but I'm really tired, I'll be back some other time...<br> ;D :D :o 8)


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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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Does anybody here know Sergio Leone's<br>"Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo"?<br>In english would be... "The nice one, the ugly one and<br>the bad one"...<br>If anyone knows, well this is my favourite movie and<br>I'd like to know how is translated in other languages.<br><br>Mizzu

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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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[quote author=MIZZU link=board=general;num=1035941944;start=105#115 date=03/23/03 at 00:14:55]Does anybody here know Sergio Leone's<br>"Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo"?<br>In english would be... "The nice one, the ugly one and<br>the bad one"...<br>If anyone knows, well this is my favourite movie and<br>I'd like to know how is translated in other languages.<br><br>Mizzu[/quote]<br><br>Yes Mizzu, around these parts it's known as "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"...great flick...and a great score by Ennio Morricone...this movie is a good companion to another favorite of mine, "A Fistful Of Dollars"...because these and others were American cowboy movies made by Leone in Italy, they came to be known as "spaghetti westerns"...they also made Mr. Eastwood into an international star...<br>

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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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[quote author=sleeping_in_a_jar link=board=general;num=1035941944;start=105#116 date=03/23/03 at 07:14:11]<br><br>Yes Mizzu, around these parts it's known as "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"...great flick...and a great score by Ennio Morricone...this movie is a good companion to another favorite of mine, "A Fistful Of Dollars"...because these and others were American cowboy movies made by Leone in Italy, they came to be known as "spaghetti westerns"...they also made Mr. Eastwood into an international star...<br>[/quote]<br>Thamks Sleeping in a Jar, you made me happy!!!!<br>Happy to know those things! This kind of films drive me crazy, really. Now I try with another... does anybody know a film called "They called him Trinity" or simply "Trinity"? It's a funny western-film with two italian actors with english name: Bud Spencer (when I was a child I would like to become strong as him!) and Terence Hill.

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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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USUAL SUSPECTS....GREAT TWIST!<br> ;D ;D ;D ;D

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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2003 9:23 am 
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Out of all the movies I've seen in my life so far, its a tie:<br><br>Image<br><br>and<br><br>Image

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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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The 1st one that comes to mind is, Psycho. Godfather part 1 and 2 also.<br>I don't really watch movies.

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 Post subject: Re: your favorite movie
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I just think I have to say David Lynch, And there you have mine favorit movies ;D.<br><br>Mulholland Drive, Blue Velvet, Lost Highway Is his best.<br>

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