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    Lost Boys

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    [YOUTUBE="lqakCa-MysE"]The Deer Hunter[/YOUTUBE]

    This Russian roulette scene is one of the most intense ever committed to film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    At least I didn't list The Godfather. Biggest cliche of all time.
    Not to mention, overrated.
    When something is great, it's just great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Oh yeah, I watched Legally Blonde from beginning to end. That's all I'll say on that matter. 10 things I Hate about you is better.
    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    I've watched Clueless more times than I care to admit.
    Also 10 things I Hate about you
    Those are not good movies, but they are entertaining-ish.
    I am unashamed to agree with all three of these

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmhmm View Post
    This is a great movie! "I don't talk. I just cut the hair."

    My favorites are:

    Lost in Translation
    Amelie
    Love, Actually
    Mary Poppins
    Moulin Rouge
    Little Miss Sunshine
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    Office Space
    Shakespeare in Love
    The Harry Potter movies
    The Little Mermaid
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarelle99 View Post
    My favorites are:

    Lost in Translation
    Amelie
    Love, Actually
    Mary Poppins
    Moulin Rouge
    Little Miss Sunshine
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    Office Space
    Shakespeare in Love
    The Harry Potter movies
    The Little Mermaid
    Try 'Children of Paradise' (1945).

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    I have a long list, but some that come to mind in the present nanosecond include:

    Crimes And Misdemeanors
    Tampopo
    Shall We Dance (Japanese version)
    Princess Mononoke
    Doctor Strangelove
    Raise the Red Lantern
    Modern Times
    Lagaan
    Ed Womack
    Get Milked

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    Default Zarathustra's Favorite Movies


    Best film of one of the best directors.


    When something is great, it's just great.


    The dude abides...


    One of my favorites.


    Perfection.


    Gotta have at least one Spike Lee film.


    One of the best.


    Love fucked up Japanese films.


    I don't care what the Asians say about this being one amongst many: this is hands down the best movie of its kind.


    One of the two best anime every made. I love Miyazaki.


    Yeah, typical. Most favorited movie on facebook, I believe. But, honestly, this is the film of a generation.


    The definitive gangsta movie.


    How did the smartest political movie in a decade happen to involve marionettes shitting on each other?


    Don't knock it til you've tried it...


    Better than any of the movies (barring maybe the first).


    The definitive comic book movie.


    Typical as well, but this movie did more to flatten the world than almost any other.


    Top rated movie on IMDB. For a reason.


    I'm always tempted to let this one go, but then I remember that every time I see it, it still does get to me. Haven't seen it for awhile now, though...


    Childhood favorite. Go fuck yerself.


    Other childhood favorite. So 80s, so awesome.


    If you've never seen it, you should. Absolutely hilarious. Jackie Chan's best.


    I'm not gunna comment on this.


    The definitive Vietnam movie. And thus, one of the definitive American movies.


    Does anybody not love this movie?


    If you don't like this, I don't like you.

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