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Movie Favorites

Discussion in 'useless chatter' started by eileenbunny, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. The last of the mohicans
  2. I have tried to watch Pootie Tang half a dozen times, I just can't.
  3. Yes, to both
  4. Smokey And The Bandit
  5. half baked
    the big hit
  6. Falling Down

    I have days like the main character, just want to snap.
  7. Kids in the Hall - Brain Candy

    The Onion Movie is an unfinished, cobbled together bunch of skits that's hard to watch, but it's got great moments.
  8. #68 Josh, Feb 4, 2013
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  9. Great movies gentlemen

    I'll add
    The Wrath of Kahn
    Remember the Titans
    Star Wars OT (especially The Empire Strikes back)

    While It is a mini-series, I have lost track how many times I have watched Band of Brothers.
  10. This is a dishonest title. It should have been called The Slacker Suicide, or Deaf To Advice, Blind To Reality: A Fucktard's Story.
  11. I prefer its sister movie: Eaten By Bears Because Im Fucking Retarded.
  12. Hidalgo is a great fucking movie

    I also enjoyed that other one where Viggo Mortissen (Mortisson?) was a former hitman and ended up being righteously badass to them mafia peoples
  13. yes, yes it is. I forgot about that movie, I shall have to watch again. Thank you

    The other movie is A History Of Violence, and is also excellent. Not to be confused with Tom Hanks Road To Perdition, which was also excellent.
  14. Green Mile
  15. Other than the bad-assitude, I remember thinking "oh wow, bush, I haven't seen that in a movie since the early-mid 90s or so"
  16. warrior
    face off
  17. #77 Floptical, Feb 4, 2013
    Last edited: Feb 4, 2013
    The Departed
    O brother where art thou
    Smokey and the bandit
    Lord of the rings trilogy
    Star Wars trilogy
    Young guns
    Big trouble in little china
    Over board
    Napoleon Dynamite
    I'm gonna get you sucka
    Basketball diaries
    Green street hooligans
    First and 2nd American pie
    The road warrior
    Book of Eli
    Empire records
    Reality bites
    Half baked
    Fight club
    Raising Arizona
    Blue Velvet
    Wild at heart
    Shawn of the dead
    Hott fuzz
    Any George Romero movie
    I'm also a huge fan of classic gold age Hollywood monster movies but those are way too many to list

    I know there are a ton I'm forgetting
  18. reno 911 miami
  20. Nyet. The book was bland and boring. Starship Troopers the movie was awesome and cheesey. And Denise Richards ta ta's never looked better. Then again, I'm a sucker for Voerhoven sci fi movies and the theme they all somewhat share about what future human society is like.