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Probably Borat, it's a great movie.

I am going to pretend I did not see such blasphemy. :D

 

I have a few favourites, I would have to say it's a toss up between Spartacus and A Clockwork Orange. You can tell I'm a Kubrick fan >.<

:cool:

 

Mine would have to be Clerks but a short second A Clockwork Orange.

The Kevin Smith movies are definitely awesome, my favourite would have to be Mallrats though. :P

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Probably Borat, it's a great movie.

I am going to pretend I did not see such blasphemy. :D

 

I have a few favourites, I would have to say it's a toss up between Spartacus and A Clockwork Orange. You can tell I'm a Kubrick fan >.<

:cool:

 

Mine would have to be Clerks but a short second A Clockwork Orange.

The Kevin Smith movies are definitely awesome, my favourite would have to be Mallrats though. :P

I have yet to see the View Askewniverse films but I would like to see them.

 

Mostly I watch comedy, but I like my thrillers now and again, my favorite would be The Sixth Sense (ending wasn't so great though really...but at least it made sense).

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Fight Club

Donnie Darko

Shaun of the Dead

Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Se7en

Godfather

Clerks

Clerks II

Mallrats

loudQUIETloud

Chasing Amy

Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back

Dogma

Scarface

28 Days Later

Primal Fear

Airplane

Almost Famous

Children of Men

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

American History X

Sin City

This Film Is Not Yet Rated

1408

American Gangster

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure

Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey

Burn After Reading

Dawn of the Dead

Kenny

Hot Fuzz

Point Break

Serenity

Shooting Dogs

The Illusionist

Sunshine

This is Spinal Tap

3:10 to Yuma

Undead

The Reaping

Paint your Wagon

Rogue

Wolf Creek

Wayne's World

Street Kings

Heavy Metal

No Country for Old Men

Atonement

Night of the Living Dead

Zombies! Zombies! Zombies!

Walk Hard

25th Hour

Saving Private Ryan

Psycho

Vertigo

Animal Farm

Trainspotting

Pulp Fiction

Shawshank Redemption

Grindhouse

American Psycho

Casablanca

Matrix

Training Day

Serpico

 

Yay for recycled posts.

View Askewniverse:

Clerks>Dogma>Chasing Amy>Clerks II>Mallrats>Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.

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I'd say the Sixth Sense.

 

Legendary psycho horror.

 

@ The person who said they watched Saw for the storyline: Your joking right?

 

Other good movies:

 

-The Bourne Identity (the other two suck)

 

-The Matrix Trilogy

 

-The Terminator

 

-Signs

 

-The village

 

Im in a movie! And you like it! Thats nice! Borat was wonderful! 9999 thumbs up!

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I recently realised how much I loved the early Land Before Time movies. (1-5)

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I recently realised how much I loved the early Land Before Time movies. (1-5)

 

Me too. :blink:

Practically any Disney movie that isn't based on a fairytale book and animated well.

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I also like NZ and Australian cinema, an excellent New Zealand film is Once were warriors and Candy is a good Australian movie.

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I am a sucker for epics, I cant stand sitting down to watch a film, getting into it after an hour and having it end suddenly without warning.

 

Too many films are cut short at 90 minutes it is unbelievable...

 

Give me Shawshank Redemption and Dances with Wolves anyday of the week.

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Probably 'Romeo + Juliet'. I love the storyline, and i love the fact it's modern day in this rendition :blink:.

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Day After Tomorrow

Rambo (any of them)

Tropic Thunder

 

@Fatal: Im going to have to agree with the romeo and juliet one (the version i hope?) we had to watch it in school, and it actually wasnt too bad :blink:

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It would Either be Gladiator or Return of the King, both fantastically done movies. The Lord of the Rings series was to date the only film series based off a book to which I found the characters almost exactly as I had portrayed them.

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V For Vendetta

3:10 to Yuma

Defiance

Forrest Gump

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It would Either be Gladiator or Return of the King, both fantastically done movies. The Lord of the Rings series was to date the only film series based off a book to which I found the characters almost exactly as I had portrayed them.

Is that because you hadn't (haven't) read the whole series? (NOBODY has completely read the LotR series + the Hobbit. Nobody.)

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Little Miss Sunshine. Hands down.

 

Also Thank You For Smoking. And Saving Private Ryan. And The Dark Knight. And Midnight Run. And My Cousin Vinny.

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300 SPARTA ( no bu5t the graphic is great)

Curious case of bejamin button a must see

Eagleeye( agian beautiful graphic)

and bngkok dangerous

 

 

BE DARNED ALL TWILLIGHT FANS(go rise of the lycan)

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Blade Runner

 

A Clockwork Orange

 

Hot Shots! 2

 

:(

 

Is that because you hadn't (haven't) read the whole series? (NOBODY has completely read the LotR series + the Hobbit. Nobody.)
*Arianna pimpslaps Dad

 

I have read the Silmarillion in addition to what you mentioned. :blink:

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The Matrix- Pure brilliance :blink:

LOTR: The Return of the King

The Muppet Movie...

 

The best Superhero film is of course, The Dark Knight.

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