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Favourite Movie - Currently

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Iced_Bullet, Oct 1, 2007.

  1. Iced_Bullet

    Iced_Bullet Cheese=Milk's Death Route

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    Please post your favourite [up to 5] trailers (of the week) here.

    PLEASE ONLY 1 POST [of top 5] PER USER PER WEEK!
    You may comment in extra posts, just not another list ;)

    You don't have to post the current films, either films you've seen recently, or just recomend :D

    I'll start...

    1. Transformers


    2. Die Hard 4


    3. Shooter


    4. Ocean's 13


    5. Spider-Man 3
     
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  2. Pherelas

    Pherelas I'm Going Slightly mad

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    1. Road To Perdition



    2. Shawshank Redeption

    Can't find trailer, very very good film, worth a watch.

    There are loads of good films but can't think of any. For me they have to have somthing extra not just a shoot em up all action, has to have feeling almost but in the right way. I don't know, life of brain is good though :).
     
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  3. Speed

    Speed Can You Feel It?

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    Stole Shooter from me! Lol I recommended that one to you :D

    1. Deja Vu


    2. Bad Boys 2


    3. The Condemned


    4. I Am Legend


    5. Hot Fuzz


    (Just a note, I'd say the best films this year have been Die Hard 4.0 and Hot Fuzz, by far!)
     
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  4. Iced_Bullet

    Iced_Bullet Cheese=Milk's Death Route

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    Yeah Die Hard is really good, I watched it earlier today, cos I came home early cos I was ill, or did you not notice Speed ;) Plus Tranformers is really good too, one of the best aswelll.

    Hot Fuzz won British best Comedy of the Year, as voteed by the Public. While HP won best Family film (which is a load of crap, as it was a majority vote, cos the film is nothign compared to the book!)

    Spiderman 3 is really good too, I watched that this afternoon too, aswell as Casino Royale!
     
  5. Who

    Who It's not a tumor.

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    Favorite film.

    Always has been, always will.
     
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  6. Mb

    Mb The Photographer

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    I really liked Cars. :p
    Any film that stars nice cars will do for me :p
    And all the James Bond movies.
     
  7. Iced_Bullet

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    Jumper Trailer

     
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  8. Iced_Bullet

    Iced_Bullet Cheese=Milk's Death Route

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    Lets get this thread back!!!

    Just saw a trailer for 'Vantage Point' on TV and it looks really good. Coming to Cinemas / Theaters soon.

     
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  9. RB26DETT

    RB26DETT Banned

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    VANTAGE POINT!!! Dennis Quaid's character is kickass! TOM BARNES!

    Made me want an Astra after watching the movie. :excited:
     
  10. eleKtro

    eleKtro Contain Your Orgasms

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    Favorite Film of all time for me.



    I used to know all the words for the film when it first came out, but I don't watch it every other day anymore :)

    And this is my favorite DVD set ever and TV series,

    Band Of Brothers.



    Anyone who has not seen Band of Brothers must see it. It blows me away every time I watch it. Absolutely love it.

    Other favorite films, in no particular order.

    1. Liar Liar
    2. Transformers
    3. Monty Python - Holy Grail/Life Of Brian
    4. Happy Gilmore
    5. Lee Evans Stand up Dvds.
     
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  11. Pherelas

    Pherelas I'm Going Slightly mad

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    Watched Blood Dimound the other day, quite good film.
     
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    1. Rush Hour 3



    2. Rush Hour 2



    3. The Bourne Ultimatium
    4. The Bourne Supremecy
    5. Rush Hour

     
  13. Pherelas

    Pherelas I'm Going Slightly mad

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    The Bourne Ultimatium is a great film, Supremecy is on tonight isn't it?
     
  14. eleKtro

    eleKtro Contain Your Orgasms

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    Channel?
     
  15. Speed

    Speed Can You Feel It?

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    ITV1. 9PM.
     
  16. Baxie

    Baxie I am the passenger....

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    Forgive me if at any point I sound patronizing. While Rush Hour and Ace Ventura lands in the category: "Unintentional asinine wastes of time" by me, there are such a factor as taste, which differs from person to person. Luckily.

    I tend to enjoy movies, that has a point to them. Not just the mass fabricated comedies or action movies, that Hollywood churns out like butter. I can easily enjoy them... well some of them... but they disappear from my memory as quirckly as they enter it.

    Here is my top five. I'll not bother with youtube, but five a few reasons why these movies are my favourites.

    1. Acpocalypse Now

    Coppola really made a masterpiece here. The script in itself is vastly inspired by the book: Heart of Darkness. (Which is also worth a read), and Coppola manages to capture the insanity of the war on so many levels it is unbelievable. From the beach scene with Robert Duvall, through actually managing to include the history of the Vietnam War by the deleted scene with the french colonists, through the night scene at the bridge, this is a visual wonderland, which can impress everyone. And with Martin Sheen, Dennis Hopper and Marlon Brando, I can only recommend that you watch this movie at the first possibility you get. GO GO GO!

    2. Shawshank Redemption.

    This movie is the best date-movie in the world. The tempo is fantastic, the violence is underplayed, and the plot is exceptionally well done. There is something for everyone in this movie. Both Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman are able to play their roles in a way that fits into the slow pace of the movie,which you rarely see these days.

    3. Dr. Strangelove (Or how I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb)

    Peter Sellers is fantastic in this movie, which is more relevant now than ever before. His versatility in the different parts is fantastic and it is so full of great quotes like "Gentlemen, you can't fight in here. This is the War Room!" When you see it, you will recognize hundreds of scenes and references that has been used in other movies. This movie really did make the base of a lot of other movies.

    4. Godfather

    According to IMDB (and more than a quarter million of it's users) This is the best movie ever made. (With Shawshank coming in as second) And the mafia-trilogy has also influenced the movieindustry in several ways. The story is based on the real cosa nostra, and noone should go without it.

    5. The good, the bad and the ugly

    The best cowboy movie ever. Noone says a word in the first 10 minutes of the movie, and the end sequence is aweinspiring. Clint Eastwood and Lee van Cleef are great as cowboys, and this movie hits in the center of every boys fantasies of living in the wild west.

    These movies are all fairly old. (Shawshank excepted) But they all laid the groundwork of how modern movies are made. They tend to linger in the back of my brain, and whenever I see a reference in a modern movie, I smile.

    They're well worth the watch. All of them.

    As for TV-shows. There is no contest. The best TV-series ever made is West Wing. But it is political to an extent where, if you don't care for the political world, lots of it goes well over your head. So don't bother. However... if you are politically interested, then by all means. You will be rewarded for watching the show.
     
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  18. DriftNismo

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    The Fast and The Furious (Best film ever made in my opinion)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XG82JNkknTs
    2 Fast 2 Furious (The 3rd Best film ever made in my opinion)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyCtnA15PRc
    Cool Runnings (The 2nd Best film ever made in my opinion. Unfortunately, i couldn't find a trailer so i just got a scene from the film)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yAeLtIDBJI
    Initial D Third Stage (Another film i like)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Es_JcmKolis
    The Matrix (Another film i like)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UM5yepZ21pI
     
  19. Iced_Bullet

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  20. DriftNismo

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    Yeah, i already know about FnF4, i've been keeping track on it for ages :D.
     

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