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 PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2008 12:34 am Reply with quote  
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Hello,what movies you like?

please feel free to share the top five that you enjoy!!



the top five of mine is as follows:

charmed

Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Star Trek series

Everybody Loves Raymond

Babylon 5



I love magic stories,and also comedy...and you??



Kate



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Moved this since discussions of non-Star Wars movies should be done in the cantina.
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I think you mean shows, since everything you listed is not really a movie Wink

But here goes,

Movies:

Forrest Gump

AI Artificial Intelligence

Johnny English

All the Star Wars movies

Bourne Identity

Black Hawk Down

Passion of the Christ

James Bond movies

etc, i like quite a few, cant think of them all right now


Shows:

John Doe

Journey Man

The Office

Colbert Report

etc


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Here are my favorite movies:

Patton, Star Wars (naturally), The Blues Brothers, Kelly's Heros, The Godfather 1 & 2, Harold and Kumar go to White Castle, Flags of Our Fathers, Apollo 13, The Right Stuff, The Sting, Iron Man, Indiana Johns, Airplane, Animal House, Strange Brew, Mel Brooks Movies (aka Spaceballs - Blazing Saddles - Robin Hood Men in Tights etc), Iron Giant, Lady and the Tramp

God I can keep going so I'm going to stop now.

That's Uncle Kal's list Smile
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Lady and the Tramp? Shocked

Perhaps it wouldn't be so shocking if it wasn't in a list that included the Godfather. Ha! I still need to watch Flags of Our Fathers, I haven't seen that one yet. Nice seeing Kelly's Heroes in there. I'd add The Dirty Dozen for good measure.

I like quite a few movies in different genres. I think I'll start with westerns. Here's my top ten of the top of my head...

The Wild Bunch
3:10 to Yuma (new one cause I've seen the old one with Glen Ford, though he did a good job)
The Unforgiven (Clint Eastwood)
Appaloosa (Kal Skirata and Vigo)
The Searchers (my favorite John Wayne film)
For A Few Dollars More
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Fistful of Dollars (all classics)
The Outlaw Josey Wales
Once Upon A Time In The West (Henry Fonda as the ultimate badguy)
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Heh, I thought the same thing about Lady and the Tramp. S'ok, though, cause I enjoy that movie myself. Smile

1. Star Wars
2. Indiana Jones
3. Jurassic Park
4. Apollo 13
5. The Island
6. Matrix (I hear the 2nd and 3rd ones aren't too great, but I don't remember)
7. Bourne
8. Get Smart
9. National Treasure
10. Spiderman
11. The Pursuit of Happyness
12. A Few Good Men
13. Terminator (3rd one wasn't so great...)
14. Miss Congeniality
15. Lake House
16. Pride and Prejudice (Keira Knightley's version only)
17. Ocean (I didn't love the 1st one, but 2nd and 3rd were awesome)
18. The Italian Job
19. Princess Diaries
20. Galaxy Quest

Unless otherwise noted, single movies include all their sequels/prequels as well.

And now for cartoons/kids' movies:

1. The Lion King
2. Tarzan
3. The Emperor's New Groove
4. Chicken Little
5. Homeward Bound
6. Finding Nemo
7. Kung-Fu Panda
8. Atlantis
9. High School Musical (only the 1st)
10. Toy Story

TV series:

1. Sarah Connor Chronicles
2. Sue Thomas F.B.I.
3. Stargate
4. Family Matters
5. Home Improvement
6. Full House

I'm a sucker for the reruns of those last three shows. Smile

And kids' TV series:

1. Legends of the Hidden Temple
2. Scooby-Doo
3. Guts
4. Suite Life of Zack and Cody

The first three are shows I watched when I was kid, and I think my lasting attachment to them comes from nostalgia of some kind. I still love to watch the reruns when I can catch them. Too bad Nick GAS went off the air. Sad

Anyway, there are probably many more which I've forgotten. But those are the ones coming to mind at the moment!
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I remember Legends of the Hidden temple, lol. He he, brings back memories. As for the Ocean movies I liked the first one with Clooney, but I also liked the two incarnations that came before it. There was Ocean's Eleven with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr. I thought it was pretty good for a 1960's movie. There was also a movie called Seven Thieves with Rod Steiger (1960 black and white) that was about a team of thieves picking off a casino and is very similar to the Ocean movies, most likely the inspiration for them.
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Go Legends of the Hidden Temple! That was one of the greatest shows ever.
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Ha! This is a good thread, but the funny part is it was started by a member who should be banned for spam, but just made a new account.

1. Star Wars
2. Dark Knight
3. LOTR


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1. Empire Strikes Back
2. The Dark Knight
3. Se7en
4. The Prestige
5. Fight Club
6. The Land Before Time
7. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
8. Omega Man
9. The Day the Earth Stood Still
10. Jurassic Park

And just a few TV shows. I don't watch much TV except weekly new stuff.

1. The Simpsons
2. The Office
3. Scrubs
4. South Park
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Okay, a confession I have to make. Lady and the Tramp is my all time favorite animated movie. I have soft spot for this movie and, I can mimic the dog howls in the pound especially on the song "He's a Tramp." Not to brag - I have it nailed!!

Your soft hearted Mandalorian Kal_Skirata Smile

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!!!! Smile

One more thing, I love Kelly's Heros - one of the best scenes from the movie was by a character played by Don Rickels called Crap Game.

"Hello Hogan (pause) it's Crap Game - I got ya' the scotch and the nylons you wanted. Yeah do I ever fail ya'? You better believe it, never miss. (pause) Listen, I ah, gotta a little fava to ask ya' (longer pause) Will you stop cryin I haven't even asked ya' yet!"

Okay, you need to watch the movie to get that line, rent it when you get a chance.
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That is an extremely good movie Kal. Love the dog love story thing. Its funny. Those siamese cats used to creep me out when I was little though.
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You like Land Before Time, too? One of my favorite animated movies, and I completely forgot to put it on the list. Hmm...I do hope that's the one you're talking about...
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The one with Littlefoot and Petrie the pterodactyl? That's the one I meant. And only the first one. Thirty sequals later the franchise is beyond dead.
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Oh, you are so right about that. The first one was by far the best. My favorite is Ducky. Smile
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