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  1. #11
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    I'm surprised to see so many of you don't have all the Star Wars films at the top of your list, and a lot of you only have 1 or 2 of them on your list. I thought I'd be the only one.
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  2. #12
    In no particular order

    Star Wars: A New Hope
    Empire Strikes Back
    Singin in the Rain
    Evil Dead 2
    Army of Darkness
    Shawshank Redemption
    Die Hard
    "Good. Bad. I'm the guy with the gun."

  3. #13
    In no order:
    The NIghtmare Before Christmas
    The Mis-Adventures of Baron Von Musinchowsin(sp)
    The Fifth Element
    Titas A.E.
    The Crow
    Wes Craven's New Nightmare
    Resident Evil
    Good Morning Vietnam!

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  4. #14
    As if anyone cares

    In no particular order, my rather fluid list that changes like the continuity of the Star Wars saga

    The Thin Blue Line
    Independence Day
    Star Wars
    The Breakfast Club
    Say Anything
    The Blues Brothers
    Close Encounters of the Third Kind

  5. #15
    like Rollo and others have said, it's pretty impossible to limit this to ten films, let alone assign a fixed order to them, but here are some of my favorites:

    Apocalypse Now
    Godfather saga
    SW Orig Trilogy
    Full Metal Jacket
    Pulp Fiction
    Silverado (I'm not a huge Western fan, but I think Kasdan nailed the genre perfectly with this one)
    Silence of the Lambs
    Remains of the Day

    Honorable mentions:
    Reversal of Fortune
    True Romance
    Waiting for Guffman
    This Is Spinal Tap
    Mr. Saturday Night (I was SO ****ed that David Paymer didn't get Supporting Actor for this one)
    Becket (Awesome flick! Amazing acting)

    Yep, there are just too darn many to list....
    "We have enough youth. We need a fountain of SMART!"

  6. #16
    I'm counting Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and Back to the Future as one movie, because if I don't I'll never have room. Well, I mean, know what I mean.

    1) Star Wars
    2) Indiana Jones
    3) The Matrix
    4) Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    5) The Rocky Horror Picture Show
    6) The Nightmare Before Christmas
    7) Edward Scissorhands
    8) E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
    9) Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
    10) Back to the Future

  7. #17
    I won't differentiate between sequels, because that opens too many sub-categories for me

    Star Wars
    The Godfather
    This is Spinal Tap
    The Exorcist

    Those are my all time favorites, others include
    A Nightmare on Elm Street
    Best in Show
    American History X
    Moulin Rouge
    Say Anything (good call stillakid, I just got the new DVD )
    Almost Famous
    Boiler Room
    The Big Lebowski
    The Shawshank Redemption

    I'll stop there, sorry for not narrowing it down more

  8. #18

    Lightbulb i've found a way around the difficulty of naming my top10faves. . .

    . . .instead, i'll just name my fave 10 of the ones y'all've already mentioned:
    fight club
    who are yall, casey kasem? what's with all these topwhatever lists? ;P why not chime in at a meatier fliktawk thred

  9. #19
    VT, that's so cool that you found Reversal of Fortune worth mentioning. I thought Irons was awesome in that film. His line, "You have no idea" was delivered as well any by Hopkins/Lechter, or Eastwood or Arnold.
    I'm a little surprised at your enthusiasm for Heat. With that cast and MMann directing, my expecations were very, very high going in to it. I can't name a specific thing about it that underwhelmed me, but it left me feeling like it somehow fell short.
    "We have enough youth. We need a fountain of SMART!"

  10. #20

    Lightbulb maybe cuz my expectations were the opposite. . .

    . . .cuz at that time i found deniro & pacino corny, and thought mann was all miami-vice flashy. so i was pleasantly surprised
    what's bot to like about rof? it used karen young's song "hot shot", irons is a style god, and this exchange between baranski's line about derhsowitz & ron silver's dersh rebuttal:
    "get the jew, i told him"
    "can the jew get back to work please?"


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