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    Help your favorite movie of all time

    hehe do you have one? i like alot of films but one of my all time favorites would have to be 'fast times at ridgemont high'

    i cant explain it but i love that damn thing and watch it all the time and never get tired of it lol

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    Blade Runner -- I have multiple versions of it on VHS, laserdisc, and DVD.

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    That's a tough one, is it possible to have only one favorite movie of "all time"? I could do perhaps a top ten, but I'd be hard pressed to pick one that shines out over all the others.

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    I probably don't have just one either, but I would have to say that "Kiss of the Spiderwoman" with Ralph Julia and William Hurt is definitely in that top 10 list.

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    For me there is more than one but for the sake of this thread I would go with.

    To Have and Have Not Humphrey Bogart, Walter Brennan, Lauren Bacall

    Yeah, I know its old but hey there was no time frame given.

    ~V
    ...I sure hope this is the real deal.

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    Actually, your answer fits well within the time frame given: "...of all time".

    I don't have favourite songs, I don't have favourite albums, I don't have favourite bands, but for some reason, I have a favourite movie. My reasons for not being able to pick those should apply to movies, too (too different, incomparable, depends on mood, etc.).

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    Ok, so I also really like Repo Man, which is still old, but a lot more recent than the Bogie film.
    ...I sure hope this is the real deal.

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    i cant think of a single one either maybe i will start a top 10 movies thread later so that it is easier to get some titles in
    uh....... yea thats jon voight

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    duhb good call with Fast Times!!! I love that one too!!! Hell I'm an 80's high school movie fanatic

    Of all of the movies out there I think I can name one...The single movie I never get tired of and cna watch anytime it comes on (and even play all the time myself) is "Singles"
    "For every minute of my life I spend unhappy, that's one minute of my life I've wasted, and I refuse to spend my time wasting my life."

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    TheLastTemptationOfChrist.
    or
    TheBigLebowski.
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    Baraka.

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    I am also a fan of older movies and really like Mutiny on the Bounty with Marlon Brando. For something more contemporary I would choose Kingdon of Heaven.
    - No passion so effectually robs the mind of all its powers of acting and reasoning as fear.

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    lol 'entre.. mr hand'
    some of those movies are hilarious
    there are a couple from that time that are like in the same genre

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    I just watched the final cut of Alexander by Oliver Stone and must say that it was very good. Good enough to get into my top 10 list for sure

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    I really like

    Scarface with Al Pacino

    not sure if its an all time favorite but its up there.

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    It's really hard since I have a couple of movies I love to death. But just one movie would be Gattaca. It has everything. And it has Jude Law.

    If I can cheat, I would add the Guy Ritchie movies Lock, stock and two smoking barrels and Snatch...And Pan's Labyrinth of course. And Something's gotta give.

    Yey.

    Christina

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicky View Post
    Ok, so I also really like Repo Man, which is still old, but a lot more recent than the Bogie film.
    I have to go with Repo Man too. I am surprised someone else did actually. Great movie - several layers of story...

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    yea repo man was a cool flick

    the best part of that movie was seeing all the hiding of brands where when they are in stores products on the shelves are just all white with blue text of what it is and brand name hahaha

    beer is just beer
    cereal is just cereal

    etc

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    Actually, another one that I really love but forgotten all about is The Trial with Anthony Perkins. Great, great film.
    ...I sure hope this is the real deal.

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    I've seen that film. It sort of like 1984 but with a different twist and its black and white. But you are right, it is pretty intense
    - No passion so effectually robs the mind of all its powers of acting and reasoning as fear.

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    ok here are some of mine

    gladiator
    all 3 lord of the rings
    cast away
    munich
    uh....... yea thats jon voight

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