Your top 10 favorite movies

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  1. TennisBalkan

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    What are your top 10 favorite movies of all time?
     
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  2. SempreSami

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    Gladiator
    Leon
    The Empire Strikes Back
    Unforgiven
    Dirty Harry
    Batman Begins
    Mesrine
    Die Hard
    Terminator 2
    Rocky IV
     
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    The top 10 would include the following definitely, and then 4 others that would almost be too hard to pick.

    Fight Club
    Romeo & Juliet
    Monsters Inc
    American History X
    Run Lola Run
    American Beauty
     
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    American History X
    The Silence of the Lambs
    Reservoir Dogs
    Love Actually
    Pride & Prejudice
    The Lost Boys
    When Harry Met Sally
    The Outsiders
    The Picture of Dorian Gray
    Emma
    Boondock Saints
     
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    Pulp Fiction
    Breakfast at Tiffany's
    The Empire Strikes Back
    Reservoir Dogs
    Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
    Snatch
    Ghostbusters
    Rocky
    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    Kick Ass

    In no particular order
     
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    I believe many of these are a must see.

    1. Jaws
    2. The Terminator
    3. Caddyshack
    4. Rocky
    5. Rocky III
    6. The Matrix
    7. The Blues Brothers
    8. Halloween (original)
    9. Deliverance
    10. Star Wars
     
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    Big
    Blades of Glory
    The Big Lebowski
    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    My Cousin Vinny
    East Is East
    Home Alone
    Fargo
    Cool Runnings
    Uncle Buck
     
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    1. the Crow
    2. Titanic
    3. Braveheart
    4. the Shawshank Redemption
    5. Back to the Future
    6. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    7. the Neverending Story
    8. Run Lola Run
    9. the Sixth Sense
    10. Castaway
     
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    Braveheart
    Vanilla Sky
    Fight Club
    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
    Gladiator
    The Edge
    Equilibrium
    LOTR:Return of the King
    Leaving Las Vegas
    Peaceful Warrior
    Grave of the Fireflies
    Shawshank Redemption
    Black Hawk Down
     
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    1) Shawshank Redemption
    2) The Sting
    3) Superman 2
    4) Jaws
    5) The Matrix Revoloutions
    6) The Godfather
    7) Saw 6
    8: Troy
    9) Star wars: Revenge of the sith
    10) Shawn of the dead.
     
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    1) Jeremiah Johnson
    2) Bullitt
    3) Star Wars
    4) Rocky
    5) The Shawshank Redemption
    6) The Green Mile
    7) Cool Hand Luke
    8) Underworld (maybe just because of Kate Beckensale)
    9) The Blues Brothers 2000
    10) The Quiet Man
     
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    Top 5:
    Fight Club
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    Eraserhead
    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
    L.A. Confidential

    Harder to rank beyond this but I guess the rest of the top 10 would include:
    The Usual Suspects
    Requiem for a Dream
    Burn after Reading
    A Clockwork Orange
    Twelve Monkeys
     
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    In no particular order

    1) Forest Gump
    2) Walle
    3) Alien
    4) I am legend
    5) Up
    6) Hellboy
    7) Underworld
    8) Fried Green Tomatoes
    9) Robocop
    10) Braveheart

    Those come to my mind right now, those are some movies that whenever I find them on the TV and watch them.
     
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    Wow..this is tough as there are so many..

    1. What Dreams May Come
    2. American History X
    3. Kill Bill: Vol. 1 & 2
    5. E.T.
    6. Crash
    7. Salem's Lot (the original)
    8. The Exorcist
    9. Easy Rider
    10. Something Wicked This Way Comes

    My top 5 are pretty solid in their positions but the bottom 5 are fairly soft.
     
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    Titanic
    The Hangover
    10 things i hate about you
    The Notebook
     
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    No order...

    Pulp Fiction
    Star Wars
    Anchorman
    Das Boot
    Planes, Trains and Automobiles
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    Lost In Translation
    Swimming to Cambodia
    Reservoir Dogs
    Boogie Nights
     
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    wow we are all over teh map.

    top ones have to include
    pulp fiction
    the dark knight
    matrix
    my sassy girl(korean v)
    OldBoy (from the triology)
    some other korean ones i cant remember the name of
     
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    Bladerunner
    Blues Brothers
    Old Boy
    The Deer Hunter
    Slumdog
    The Ninth Gate
    Manchurian Candidate (orig)
    Ali G in da House (for the sheer silliness)
    Kill Bill 1
    House of Flying Daggers
     
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    I don't think I even have 10 that are must-sees.

    But...

    Office Space
    Memento
    In Bruges
    Snatch
    Hotel Rwanda
    Eternal Sunshine
    The Usual Suspects
     
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    I feel like we did this thread before already.......ok on top of my head


    Kill Bill 1
    Old Boy
    Devil Wears Prada (light but amusing lol)
    Gran Torino
    Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
    V for Vendetta
    The Bourne Trilogy
    X Men



    Sorry but I had to add these Kurosawa movies...

    Ran
    High and Low
    Rashomon
     
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    Indeed and some interesting ones at that
    (Tiffany's, QuietMan, CoolLuke, BoogieNts, ClockOrange)

    There are so many to choose from, could they possibly be broken down into categories, e.g. "classics" (Breakfast at Tiffany's), "contemporary" (Gladiator), "cult" (Clockwork Orange) or "comedies" (Shanghai Express, Gigli) ? In any event,

    - Wizzard of Oz
    - Casablanca
    - Dr. Strangelove: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
    - Godfather (I & II)
    - North by Nortwest
    - Seventh Seal
    - La Dolce Vita
    - Gone With the Wind
    - Pinocchio
    - Teenage Stewardesses (The Trilogy)
    .........."Teenage Stewardesses at the French Open"
    .........."The French Open the Teenage Stewardesses"
    .........."Teenage Stewardesses Rollin' Garish"
     
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    off the top of my head 10 movies i can watch 10,000x and never tire of:

    la dolce vita
    breathless
    blue velvet
    there will be blood
    grandma's boy
    zoolander
    shaolin soccer
    princess mononoke/spirited away
    LOTR trilogy (if i have to pick one, two towers)
    american psycho
     
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    not in any order

    Kill Bill 1&2
    Forrest Gump
    Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
    Bourne Trilogy
    Casablanca
    Godfather (all)
    Being There
    Sleepless in Seattle
    An Affair to Remember
    Love Affair
     
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    No order:

    Terminator 2
    The Sting
    Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
    True Lies
    The Sound of Music
    The Shawshank Redemption
    The Searchers
    Back To The Future
    The Godfather
    Gone With The Wind
     
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    As good as it gets
    Lost in translation
    Forrest Gump
    I am Sam
    Manhattan
    The Silence of the Lambs
    The English patient
    Philadelphia
    In the mood for love
    Arizona dream
     
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  26. Justdoit10

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    1. Shawshank Redemption
    2. Usual Suspects
    3. Fight Club
    4. The Prestige
    5. Se7en
    6. L.A confidential
    7. Bourne films
    8. Oceans 11
    9.Memento
    10. The Departed
     
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    My typical list always includes:

    Remember the Titans
    Gladiator
    Troy
    Braveheart
    Gone in 60 Seconds

    Then some that are there depending on the day:
    The Incredible Hulk
    Mr. & Mrs. Smith
    The Dark Knight
    Wedding Crashers
    You, Me, and Dupree
    Rush Hour movies
    Shanghai Knights
    Superbad
    Dodgeball

    I'm always hesitant to put comedies on my favorites list, just because they usually don't have a big impact on me so to speak.
     
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    Shawkshank.
    Animal House.
    Goodfellas.
    Love and Death (Woody Allen).
    The Godfather I, and maybe II.
    Heat.
    Unforgiven.
    Walk Hard (The Dewey Cox Story).
    Caddyshack.
    Debbie Does Dallas.
     
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    Terminator 1
    Terminator 2
    Rocky IV
    Die Hard
    Troy
    The Hangover
    the man with no name trilogy (fistful of dollars, for a few dollars more, and the good, the bad and the ugly)
    Rambo: first blood
    Halloween (the original Carpenter one)
    V for Vendetta
     
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    As I read the thread, I am reminded that Love Actually and Lost in Translation would likely be two of the remaining four, and that Slumdog would be somewhere in the top 20.

    Keep posting people, this thread is giving me some good movies to watch....
     
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    Caveman's Valentine as number eleven.
     
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    I am not much of a movie guy, tbh. Too much violence in most movies. I'd prolly go for some good sci-fi movies.

    Some of my fav movies are too painful to watch over and over. I'd probably picks some old comedies -- from the B&W days.
     
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    I like documentaries.

    1. Hoop Dreams.

    2. Murder on a Sunday Morning.

    3. The Fog of War

    4. An Inconvenient Truth

    5. March of the Penguins

    6. Supersize Me

    7. Bowling For Columbine

    8. Farenheit 911

    That's all I can think of right now. I will use my final two slots for "Finding Nemo" and "Pulp Fiction."
     
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    - Patton
    - Godfather pt2
    - Barry Lyndon * My favorite
    - Doctor Zhivago
    - The Sand Pebbles
    - The Quiet Man
    - Tora Tora Tora
    - The Cross of iron
    - The Last Picture Show
    - The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
    - The Searchers
    - Apocalypse Now
    - Field of Dreams
     
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    Not necessarily my top favorites but here's some movies I enjoy. Some are guilty pleasures like Night of the Comet

    Groundhog Day
    Empire Strikes Back
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    Foul Play
    Saved!
    Cinema Paradiso
    Kill Bill I
    Harold and Kumar go to White Castle
    Night of the Comet
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3jvCOyuYwM&playnext_from=TL&videos=xVEnC1XGdhY
    The line "We do not cross against the light" always makes me laugh.
     
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  36. viduka0101

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    right now I would say(in no particular order):

    A Clockwork Orange
    Rocky
    Pulp Fiction
    Blade Runner
    12 Monkeys
    Cidade de Deus
    Full Metal Jacket
    The Shining
    Rope
    Mean Streets

    if you ask me in about a month I would probably give a different list
    anyway I love futuristic satires,Stanley Kubrick and neo-noirs
    of course I like all kinds of movies if they're good but I think I lean towards some more than other
    also I like De Palmas style,Verhoevens in-movie commercials, action movies like Commando,Tarantino,Tarantinos sountrack choices,Spanish comedies...
    I could go on forever

    a guilty pleasure would probably be Total Recall,I think it's a really good action movie


    my favorite cartoon at the moment is 5cm per second
    also have to mention Akira,I favor it over any Miyazaki movie
     
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    like Dead again as #1 all time movie
     
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    In this order:

    Lord of the Rings: The Return Of The King

    Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

    Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

    Saving Private Ryan

    Shaun Of The Dead

    Sin City

    Forrest Gump

    Anchorman

    Knocked Up

    Saw (all of them expect for 5)
     
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    There are others, but here are some I liked much more than others:
    _ 2001, A Space Odyssey
    _ The Hidden Fortress
    _ Dogville
    _ The Station Agent
    _ Long Day's Journey Into Night
    _ All About Eve
    _ How Green Was My Valley
    _ Morvern Callar
    _ Ben-Hur, a Tale of the Christ
    _ Lord of the Rings
     
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    Why does everyone like A Clockwork Orange so much ? I even have the DVD at home -- its my bros.

    That movie sickened me - the violence ... :-(
     
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    It's A Wonderful Life
    Galdiator
    The Godfather
    North by North West
    Borne
    The Godfather 2
    Being There
    The Family Man
    Mr. Destiny
    Wedding Crashers
     
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    Raising Arizona
    The Air Up There
    Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky
    Das Boot
    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
    Airplane!
    The Big Lebowski
    Blade Runner
    Pulp Fiction
    Sin City
     
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    I love all sorts of movies ^_^.
     
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    your list is excellent.
    Requiem for a dream blew my mind. do you like david lynch?
     
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    Leon
    Ronin
    Groundhog Day
    The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly
    One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
    Mr. Smith Goes To Washington
    Shallow Grave
    The Shawshank Redemption
    Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust
    Snatch
     
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    My "best" faves:

    - Ran, Kurosawa's masterpiece and the best Shakespere adaptation on film.
    - Throne of Blood, the best film adaptation of Macbeth.
    - 2001: A Space Odyssey, Kubrick's most important work, and the best sci-fi film on record.
    - The Age of Innocence, the best work by the otherwise laughably fawned-over Scorsese.
    - Amadeus. Boasts the best soundtrack ever, and worth watching for Abraham's performance as the old Salieri alone.

    The last two may fall short of the first three in storytelling, but these are some of the movies I revisit occasionally.

    Five of my near-faves (that is, I don't enjoy them in their entirety, but parts of them I love):

    - Barry Lyndon, Kubrick's 2nd best film. If the rest of the film were as good as its masterful climax, this, not 2001, would be his magnum opus. Perhaps his most humane work.
    - West Side Story, for this scene, particularly the mambo. Never fails to make me wanna get up and dance. Huge props to Bernstein and Robbins for the incredibly catchy score and choreography.
    - The Godfather Part II, the "best" of the two (or three if you count the whole trilogy) most overrated films ever. Much as I hate their second-rate plot, sometimes risible character development, tiresome shticks and even a forgettable performance by Lee "The Method" Strasberg himself, I find myself coming back to the flashback at the end of the film where Michael stuns everyone with his announcement. Hell, I even dig the laughable scene where everyone (and I mean every single one of 'em, like that ever happened in real life) hopefully gazes at the Statue of Liberty in unison while the "Immigrant" theme blares in the background.
    - Clueless. Features some of the most quotable catchphrases and dialogues ever, and puts most Jane Austen adaptations to shame. It's a movie J. D. Salinger would've been proud of, if he'd had a sunnier disposition and turned to filmmaking instead.
    - Titanic, for the sinking sequence and the unashamedly saccharine ending. Mush at its best.

    And these are a few popcorn flicks that, while I'd never buy and watch them on my own, I'd veg out to if I caught them while flipping channels on TV:

    - Die Hard (surprised that nobody but T1000 has mentioned this warhorse).
    - Speed, the best kick-ass action flick I've ever seen.
    - Terminator 2, which is superior to the embarrassing (and incomprehensibly better-regarded) original in almost every way.
    - 1st two of the Pirates of the Caribbean series (calling the 3rd overwrought would be an understatement).
    - Animated movies that don't suck but also are great fun. Most Pixar films are good to excellent (I have yet to see Cars), though I find A Bug's Life a tad lacking in entertainment value. Disney classics like Snow White and Fantasia (either version) bore the hell out of me, but I do like The Little Mermaid, Mulan and Tarzan. Shrek 1 and 2 (haven't seen the latest one) are the only DreamWorks productions I've enjoyed.

    Don't care much for Japanese anime. Most of it is kiddie fluff or faux-metaphysical porn that sodomizes good taste and buggers the viewer's intelligence. (Akira and the Evangelion series are particularly serious offenders.) But there are a few good ones out there. Off the top of my head:

    - Though it drags at times, Millennium Actress by Satoshi Kon, his best work, is a beautiful work of art, with an ending to die for (almost literally--see for yourself). But his last film Papri-ka (without the hyphen--had to put it in there 'cause of the asterisks) is a disappointment. It's Freud meets Parajanov on acid, and just as boring as the Armenian's celluloid tableaux.
    - The Girl Who Leapt Through Time by Mamoru Hosoda is every bit as cute and funny as Amélie, another fave of mine, and less cloying.
    - If you like the cinematic equivalents of ambient music where the atmosphere takes over the story--not always in a good way, mind you--then Makoto Shinkai's 5 Centimeters per Second and The Place Promised in Our Early Days are fine wistful love stories.
    - For some reasons I've never been a big fan of Miyazaki, certainly not Spirited Away. But his most celebrated works are still worth a look, including Castle in the Sky, My Neighbor Totoro, Kiki's Delivery Service, Princess Mononoke and his latest Ponyo.
     
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    Waiting for someone to post these 10....

    The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
    The Godfather (1972)
    The Godfather: Part II (1974)
    Sergio Leone's The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)
    Pulp Fiction (1994)
    Schindler's List (1993)
    12 Angry Men (1957)
    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)
    Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
    The Dark Knight (2008 )

    I'll be amused if anyone does.

    As it is, it'd be far more interesting to see anonymous top tens, as opposed to having them tied to a name. I mean, there are some rather cliched 'ultra cool i want to pick up an indie actress at a film festival' lists here!
     
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    Just kidding.

    For real:
    1. Back to the Future
    2. The Shawshank Redemption
    3. Ran
    4. June 17th, 1994
    5. Dark City
    6. Blade Runner
    7. Heat
    8. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    9. Rush Hour
    10. Battle Royale

    Honourable mention:
    5cm per second
    Akira
    Avatar
    Big Fish
    Brother
    Casablanca
    Castaway
    Citizen Kane
    Cowboy Bebop: Knockin' on Heaven's Door
    Die Hard
    District 9
    Donnie Darko
    Dr. Strangelove
    Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
    Fight Club
    Full Metal Jacket
    Goodfellas
    Groundhog Day
    Hero
    Hot Fuzz
    How to train your dragon
    Into the wild
    Jurassic Park
    Lucky Number Slevin
    Memento
    Million Dollar Baby
    No Country for Old Men
    Oceans 11 & 13
    Pirates Films
    Pitch Black
    Planes Trains and Automobiles
    Pulp Fiction
    Rear Window
    Schindler's List
    Seven Samurai
    Shaun of the Dead
    Sin City
    Slumdog Millionaire
    Stand by Me
    Star Wars
    Terminator 2: Judgment Day
    The Blind Side
    The Dark Knight
    The End of Evangelion
    The English Patient
    The Hurt Locker
    The Incredibles
    The Life Aquatic
    The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
    The Man from Earth
    The Matrix
    The Usual Suspects
    The World's Fastest Indian
    There will be blood
    Twelve Monkeys
    Uncle Buck
    WALL·E
    Whisper of the Heart
     
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  49. West Coast Ace

    West Coast Ace G.O.A.T.

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    The Big Lebowski
    Get Shorty
    The Matrix
    Don (2006 remake with Shahrukh Khan)
    Sin City
    Chinatown
    Wall Street
    Casino
    Rock N Rolla
    The Hustler (Newman, Gleason)
     
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  50. myservenow

    myservenow Semi-Pro

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    The Royal Tenenbaums.
     
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