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Your All-Time Favorite Movies

Discussion in 'Graveyard' started by Karen Carpenter, Apr 10, 2007.

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  1. Music Wench

    Music Wench Rock and Roll Grandma

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    Just found a movie that instantly made my top five - Guy with Vincent D'Onofrio. The movie was so-so but D'Onofrio was incredibly hot in it. LOL

    The others on my list include:

    Dr. Strangelove
    Fear & Loathing In Las Vegas
    Silence of the Lambs
    Stand By Me
     
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    animal house
    dazed and confused
    american pie 1, 2
    smokey and the bandit
    dude wheres my car


    hell ya to stupid comedy
     
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    kath astronomy domino's™

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    of course, i'm just now seeing these lists, after everyone's moved to mars. great list, zombeels (somebody else loves valley of gwangi??? i am shocked) and m wench (although i could talk a bit on fear and loathing and why i'm mixed on it.)

    methinks i'll work one up.
     
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    kath astronomy domino's™

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    i love dazed and confused because it's one massive flashback for me. very, very close to my wayward yute. i was the spaced out chick with the long hair and the guitar... except i always did play it suckily. ah well. that's what beer was for.
     
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    Was Ben Affleck a prick in that movie or what!!??
     
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    haha, ya but what kinda school doesnt have someone like that?, i have about 30 dudes like that in my school lol
     
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    you aint kiddin. it took me years to get over that image of him when he was in other movies. um, wait... maybe i never got over it after all.

    that side of the flick was just about the only aspect i couldn't really relate to. don't get me wrong~~there were jerkwads rampant in every school, as eberg said~~but the whole hazing thing and how it played out. in new orleans, when i was a teen, none of the public schools had become coed yet, not until my last year there. (they didn't until '80). you would think all-girl or all-boy would make hazing worse in a more isolated environment... but it just didn't happen. in a way, we all kinda bonded more. preppies and heads alike, we hated when they let dudes in the school. mwhahaha.

    um, i digress. low blood sugar. that's it.
     
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    Here's my list (+ concert movies):

    Free - Free Live (super concert movie of Free)
    Almost Famous
    Serpico
    Led Zeppelin - How the west was won
    The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Woodstock
    Lord of the rings 1, 2 & 3
    Lost

    House
     
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    Transformers for me.
     
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    The Outlaw Josey Wales has got to be one of my favorites. Eastwood is a master of the western. With the dim lighting and dirty ambience his stuff is so authentic. No "Hollywood" cowboys in his movies. William Munney from Unforgiven is the ultimate anti-hero.
     
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