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#11 · Posted: 26 Jun 2006 15:43
Martin likes duck soup wow ive fount someone who does it is my fav comedy movie

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#12 · Posted: 18 Aug 2006 23:36
ooh a hard one... a good mixture in here i think (i'll end up leaving some out no doubt), so something for everyone to appreciate.

in NO particular order other than what comes to mind first (so they're all number 1):

01: The Haunting (1963) (Robert Wise)
01: Don't Look Now (Nicolas Roeg)
01: Citizen Kane (Welles)
01: The Third Man (Carol Reed)
01: Dead Mans Shoes (Shane Meadows)
01: Brazil (Gilliam)
01: Lawrence of Arabia (Lean)
01: Akira (Katsuhiro Otomo)
01: Irreversible (Gaspar Noe)
01: The Thing (1982) (Carpenter)
01: Rosemary's Baby (Polanski)
01: Audition (Takashi Miike)
01: American Werewolf in London (Landis)
01: Dawn Of The Dead (Romero)
01: Seven Samurai (Akira Kurosawa)
01: Wolf Creek (Greg McLean)
01: Stalker (Tarkovsky)
01: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Gilliam)
01: Whistle and I'll Come to You (Jonathan Miller)
01: The Brood (Cronenberg)
01: Blade Runner (Ridley Scott)
01: Indiana Jones Trilogy (Spielberg)
01: Alice in Wonderland (Disney) (Clyde Geronimi)

Aargh OK so that's actually 23 but with so many kinds of film and so many great films it is actually impossible for me to reduce this list down to ten - none of these films should NOT be in my top movies list. And I've still got 200 to go on my screen select account.

So what we have here is a list of 23 (well... 25) PERFECT films in my eyes. We have some classic horror, British and American, we have some eastern horror, some Russian cinema, some french cinema, some anime, some film noir, some cronenberg, some gilliam, some david lean, some Welles, some defining films from long ago, some cracking new pieces of cinema aaand... Disney and Spielberg ;) so like i said something for everyone.

can't beat that list i reckon. until touch of evil comes through the post or something, heh.

just in case you hadn't noticed i love making lists. it comes of being a record and film collector, and an ex collector of everything as a kid :/
#13 · Posted: 19 Aug 2006 09:45
Amy body here a fan of silent movies im a big Sergie Enistein fan my favorite silent films go
1-Battleship Potemkin
2-Ben Hur
3-The birth of a nation
4-October 1917
5-The ten commandments
Stas Werno
#14 · Posted: 19 Aug 2006 19:19
i saw battleship potemkin on a large screen in trafalger square with a live soundtrack by the petshop boys (sounds awful but they did their dark techno stuff rather than their irritating poppy stuff). it was very good, but we were a bit sloshed, and people were a tad confused at my mate raving to the rather shocking scene near the end. but then he'll rave to anything.

i used to go and watch a silent movie every few months at the queen elizabeth theater i think it was, with a live orchestra. some were fantastic and certain images have left an impact on me, but it was so long ago i'd struggle to remember their names.

four horsemen is good... intolerance also.

must say your taste in film is better than your taste in games ;)
#15 · Posted: 20 Aug 2006 09:58 · Edited by: Moderator
Whats wrong with my taste of games i dont dispute your taste in games

Battleship Potemkin is truly an amazing film i agree i heard about that going on in trafalgar sqaure in 2004 whish i was there when they showed it on a big screen does anyone Know of a place where they screen silent films i discovred silent films abut a year ago and now i find them truly amazing

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#16 · Posted: 17 Jun 2007 18:58
(In no order):
Time Bandits,
Monty Python and the Holy Grail,
Spirited Away,
Howl's Moving Castle, (and any other Miyazaki movies) Metropolis,
Wallace and Gromit,
The Lion King,
Edward Scissorhands,
The Dead Poet's society
cigars of the beeper
#17 · Posted: 17 Jun 2007 20:40
I agree with Martin and Number1fan. Duck Soup is a great film. I like Most Marx Brothers, so on my list I will include several.
Not in order:
1. Duck Soup
2. Go West (Another Marx brothers film)
3. A Night at the opera (Marx)
4. Horse feathers(Marx)
5. At the Circus (Marx again, Ha Ha)
6. The Big Store (Marx!)
7. The Incredibles (It's not Marx!)
9.Star Trek: Generations
10. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

And now my least favorite movie, which I saw last week on an airplane. this movie is full of pointless killings, all committed by the "Hero" who GETS AWAY at the end: This movie is Shooter.
#18 · Posted: 17 Jun 2007 21:45
My Favourite Movies:
Cars (Animation: Disney/Pixar)(2006)
Hitler (2003)
Band of Brothers (2002)
Dreams (2004) (Is somesort of Japanese Movie by Steven Speilberg)
Help! (1965) (A Beatles Movie)
A Hard Day's Night (1964) (Also another Beatles Movie)
Singapore Dreaming (A local film in Singapore. Critically Acclaimed Overseas)
Grease (1978) (Stars young John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John)
Finding Nemo (2003)

For TV series:
Tom and Jerry (A classic cartoon)
Tintin (of course)
Inuyasha (Jap Anime)
Shaman King (Jap Anime)
Le Pepe Le Pew (A classic cartoon starring a romantic skunk)
Phua Chu Kang (A local comedy and was aired in the US)
Living with Lydia (Another local comedy and was aired in Canada)
The A-Team (A classic TV show which stars Mr. T)
Rennington Steele (Another Classic)

Game Shows:
Wheel of Fortune (US Version)
Deal or No Deal (US Version and Singapore Version)
The Price Is Right (US Version)

Sorry if I'm a bit off-topic
#19 · Posted: 18 Jun 2007 17:11 · Edited by: number1fan
A Few great films i have seen that are great
Fistful of dynamite
War and Peace (1968)
2001:a space oddesy
The Big Red One
The Maltese Falcon
Waterloo Road
Waterloo Bridge

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