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    Whats everyones favorite movie?

    This is sorta for school too...so you bro's will be helpin me out. I need your favorite movie, the star, what it's rated, and categorized as Classic, Comedy, Family , Drama, Musical and the Arts, Foreign, Horror, or Special Interest. Lets hear it guys...

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    it's been done before, run a search...

    ...but what the hell, you want it, you got it.

    Above the Rim
    starring Duane Leonard, Tupac, Leon
    Rated R
    Drama

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    Mines Goodfellas. Rated R. Guess it would be considered a Drama...The stars are Ray Liotta, Joe Pesci, and Robert Deniro.

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    The Godfather 1 and 2. If you don't know who's in it or what category it is, then you need to go throw yourself in front of a train.

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    fear and loathing in las vegas.. with johnny depp and benico del toro (yea i prob spelled the names wrong) dunno what type of movie its considered except its CRAZY.. heh but if you never did drugs you wouldnt reallty get it

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    1) Raising Arizona (Nicoloas Cage, Holly Hunter, Comedy) PG
    2) Braveheart (Mel Gibsen, Historical drama) R
    3) The Wall (Bob Geldoff, Musical, autobiographical) R
    4) Apocolypse Now (Marlin Brando, Matin Sheen, Robert Duval, Dennis Hopper, action, war) R
    5) Raiders of the lost Ark (JUST the first one!, Harrison Ford,Adventure) PG
    6) Star wars (the old ones.. vol IV,V,VI, Harrison Ford, Cari Fisher, Luke Skywalker, Si-Fi) PG
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky
    fear and loathing in las vegas.. with johnny depp and benico del toro (yea i prob spelled the names wrong) dunno what type of movie its considered except its CRAZY.. heh but if you never did drugs you wouldnt reallty get it
    Agreed, amazing movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoss827
    This is sorta for school too...so you bro's will be helpin me out. I need your favorite movie, the star, what it's rated, and categorized as Classic, Comedy, Family , Drama, Musical and the Arts, Foreign, Horror, or Special Interest. Lets hear it guys...
    Home Alone III starring Alex Linz (classified as comedy, but could be considered avant-garde perhaps).

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    usual suspects with kevin spacey i think its R drama

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    Quote Originally Posted by cb25
    it's been done before, run a search...

    ...but what the hell, you want it, you got it.

    Above the Rim
    starring Duane Leonard, Tupac, Leon
    Rated R
    Drama
    I actually saw that Duane play bball at a homecoming event here at school awhile ago. He's ****ing nasty!

    My Favorite: Boondock Saints!

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    Dawn of the Dead
    Day of the Dead
    Dead alive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catamount
    I actually saw that Duane play bball at a homecoming event here at school awhile ago. He's ****ing nasty!

    My Favorite: Boondock Saints!
    yea, for an actor, he's frickin incredible...i heard he played college ball, but decided to focus on acting, rather than persue pro ball (either that...or he fell back on acting...either way, not too bad...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdtr
    Dawn of the Dead
    Day of the Dead
    Dead alive

    nice choices, did u see they remade dawn of the dead. it looks good

    ~Ricky

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    Tommy Boy (chris farley, david spade)
    Rated PG13 or R, I am not sure exactly.

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    the big lebowski
    scarface
    casino

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    It looks good BUT tom savini and george romero had nothing to do with it, so im skeptical. I'll be in the theaters opening day for it either way.


    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky
    nice choices, did u see they remade dawn of the dead. it looks good

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    Saving private Ryan, Tom Hanks... I'm not sure what its rated

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    Old School!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 absoulte fav.

    I have so many fav's but this is at the top...

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    The Big Lebowski.

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    i would go with boondock saints

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    Scarface
    2000 miles to Graceland
    All the Terminators
    Matrix 1 and 2
    Shawshank Redemption (SP)

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    Bukkake #12 great acting.

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    scarface.
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    classic
    al pacino, michelle pfeiffer, f. murry abraham

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    American History X, drama, stars Ed Norton, rated R

    Courage under Fire, drama, Denzel, rated R

    Big Lebowski, comedy/satire, Jeff Bridges, rated R

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    those of you who picked the Big Lebowski...are my new heroes...

    that's a close second IMO

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    Guess I'm not then

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    any of the romero 'dead' films/horror/rated r
    the return of the living dead series/horror/rated r
    friday the 13th 1-8, freddy vs jason/horror/rated r
    all of the nightmares/horror/rated r
    all halloweens except 3, h20, h:resurrection/horror/rated r

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8====ramrod8=D
    The Godfather 1 and 2. If you don't know who's in it or what category it is, then you need to go throw yourself in front of a train.
    My favorites also...............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Bull
    My favorites also...............
    Imagine that..........

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    For Drama it's Godfather 1 and 2 they are right at the top... I can't tire of them no matter how many times I watch them. Scarface is a masterpiece coming in close second.

    For action, 3000 Miles to Graceland and Replacement Killers, the Indiana Jones movies, Terminator and Conan movies.

    For comedy, Kentucky Fried Movie, anything by Mel Brooks or Monty Python or the Zucker brothers. Top secret kicks my arse.

    For musicals, The Blues Brothers and Pink Floyd The Wall

    For horror, I love the remake of House on haunted hill, Hellraiser and the first 3 Nightmare on Elm Street!

    For Sci-Fi, the Matrix 1 and 3 (2 bored me), the first 3 real star wars movies, Outland with connery (outstanding!), Star-Trek 2 Wrath of Khan (also outstanding), and of course ALIEN!!!!

    For Japanimation, Ghost in the Shell is my all time favorite, followed by Akira, Legend of the Overfiend and Ninja Scroll. Bubble gum crysis and AD-Police come in there too.

    For kids animation, Shrek, Emperors new groove, Jimmy Neutron (too funny!) The Iron Giant is a masterpiece, Who framed Roger Rabbit was cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Ketchup
    For comedy, Kentucky Fried Movie, anything by Mel Brooks or Monty Python or the Zucker brothers. Top secret kicks my arse.

    For kids animation, Shrek, Emperors new groove, Jimmy Neutron (too funny!) The Iron Giant is a masterpiece, Who framed Roger Rabbit was cool.

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    Emperor's new groove is THE disney movie...i'm such a 5 yr old...but i loved it.

    And Mel Brooks is classic - i grew up watching spaceballs, blazing saddles and the like with my dad...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cb25
    And Mel Brooks is classic - i grew up watching spaceballs, blazing saddles and the like with my dad...
    History of the world part 1 just about killed me...

    I like Mel Brooks as he is very daring in his comedy and it really works for him... be it his playing Hitler in "To be or not to be", or the rather loose usage of the word "nigger" in "Blazing Saddles" and managing to keep it light and funny.

    Not too many people could pull this off and get away with it.

    Red

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Ketchup
    History of the world part 1 just about killed me...

    I like Mel Brooks as he is very daring in his comedy and it really works for him... be it his playing Hitler in "To be or not to be", or the rather loose usage of the word "nigger" in "Blazing Saddles" and managing to keep it light and funny.

    Not too many people could pull this off and get away with it.

    Red
    Exactly.

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    Reqeuim for a dream...drama..rated R...jared leto, jennifer connely and one of the wayans...the last 20 min of this movie are so disturbing i cannot even begin to explain......

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdtr
    Dawn of the Dead
    Day of the Dead

    Yes! George A. Romero is the man.....


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    "When theres no room in hell...the dead will walk the earth.."

    That alone on the cover convinced me to buy the DVD twice once when it came out and again when the special edition came out...


    FM

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    I LOVE the movie Tombstone!

    <<<< JENNA >>>>

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    holy ****! me too! hahaha

    Quote Originally Posted by FmRommel
    "When theres no room in hell...the dead will walk the earth.."

    That alone on the cover convinced me to buy the DVD twice once when it came out and again when the special edition came out...


    FM

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