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Favourite movie? Top 5?

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  • kam26001kam26001 Posts: 2,459Member Member Posts: 2,459Member Member
    1. Disorderlies (starring The Fat Boys)
    2. Dude, Where's My Car? (This film was trying to tell us something. Watch closely!)
    3. It's Pat: The Movie (Ahead of it's time; Very important subject matter in today's climate)
    4. Cyrano de Bergerac (1990)(Did you really think Gerard Depardieu would not make his presence felt in a top 5 list?)
    5. A Vampire in Brooklyn (You've seen him in Nutty Professor and The Golden Child, but have you seen Eddie Murphy like this?!)

  • LiftingSpiritsLiftingSpirits Posts: 1,408Member Member Posts: 1,408Member Member
    kam26001 wrote: »
    1. Disorderlies (starring The Fat Boys)
    2. Dude, Where's My Car? (This film was trying to tell us something. Watch closely!)
    3. It's Pat: The Movie (Ahead of it's time; Very important subject matter in today's climate)
    4. Cyrano de Bergerac (1990)(Did you really think Gerard Depardieu would not make his presence felt in a top 5 list?)
    5. A Vampire in Brooklyn (You've seen him in Nutty Professor and The Golden Child, but have you seen Eddie Murphy like this?!)

    I forgot all about Disorderlies. That just made my day
  • Keto_VampireKeto_Vampire Posts: 1,452Member Member Posts: 1,452Member Member
    No particular order:
    Pumping Iron
    Clue
    Rocky I
    Die Hard
    Groundhog's day

    Mostly just nostalgic reasons
    edited May 15
  • Cowsfan1Cowsfan1 Posts: 5,423Member Member Posts: 5,423Member Member
    kam26001 wrote: »
    1. Disorderlies (starring The Fat Boys)
    2. Dude, Where's My Car? (This film was trying to tell us something. Watch closely!)
    3. It's Pat: The Movie (Ahead of it's time; Very important subject matter in today's climate)
    4. Cyrano de Bergerac (1990)(Did you really think Gerard Depardieu would not make his presence felt in a top 5 list?)
    5. A Vampire in Brooklyn (You've seen him in Nutty Professor and The Golden Child, but have you seen Eddie Murphy like this?!)

    I forgot all about Disorderlies. That just made my day

    Ah the fat boys lol - anyone remember crush groove ?
  • PALMINADALESSANDROPALMINADALESSANDRO Posts: 192Member Member Posts: 192Member Member
    1) Godfather movies
    2) Goodfellas
    3) Marvel movies
    4) Legend
    5) Pulp Fiction
  • rahimljrahimlj Posts: 180Member Member Posts: 180Member Member
    No particular order:
    Pumping Iron
    Clue
    Rocky I
    Die Hard
    Groundhog's day

    Mostly just nostalgic reasons
    Original die hard? Or newest.

    Rocky was a good one.
  • rahimljrahimlj Posts: 180Member Member Posts: 180Member Member
    Motorsheen wrote: »
    rahimlj wrote: »
    Anyone seen National treasure?

    don't you mean.... will anyone admit to seeing National Treasure ??

    Hahaha. Yes 😂
  • rahimljrahimlj Posts: 180Member Member Posts: 180Member Member
    tams_89 wrote: »
    Top 10
    The Gaurdian
    Hidden Figures
    2 Fast 2 Furious
    Kiss of the Dragon
    The tourist
    Blue Streak
    Bad boys
    Exit Wounds
    Rush hour
    Rain man

    Wow. How did I forget about rush hour.
  • apple852hkapple852hk Posts: 38Member Member Posts: 38Member Member
    1. Speed
    2. Columbus - with John Cho - another story like Lost In Translation but updated
    3. Point Break
    4. One Hour Photo - Robin Williams - before everything went digital
    5. The Matrix
  • AngryViking1970AngryViking1970 Posts: 2,726Member Member Posts: 2,726Member Member
    rahimlj wrote: »
    My own personal list is based on "rewatchableness":

    West Side Story
    Jaws
    The Godfather
    The Music Man
    Secret Life of Pets

    Don't judge me.

    Jaws was a classic. I think I was just too young to actually watch all of them but I should lol. Great list.

    Which godfather was your fav? I've only seen part of the first.

    Yes! Watch Jaws again. It's pretty freaking great. Do not, however, watch ANY of the sequeIs. Fun fact: When Jaws was released, I was 5. My parents planned a night out. We (mom, dad, me and my older brother) were going out to dinner and then to a drive-in showing. After dinner I managed to slip on a rug at the entrance to the restaurant (Mama Bravo) and crack my face open on the CIGARETTE MACHINE. Yes, a cigarette machine. (This was the 70s, people!) After an emergency room visit, 5 stiches above my eye and what I assume were some highly suspect narcotics, my parents STILL took us to the movies. LMAO They were going to have that date night no matter what.

    OK, so I know everyone says Godfather Part II is better, but I cannot get into it. My love for the original is so strong for so many reasons.
  • Keto_VampireKeto_Vampire Posts: 1,452Member Member Posts: 1,452Member Member
    rahimlj wrote: »
    No particular order:
    Pumping Iron
    Clue
    Rocky I
    Die Hard
    Groundhog's day

    Mostly just nostalgic reasons
    Original die hard? Or newest.

    Rocky was a good one.
    You must be joking...has to be the original
  • rahimljrahimlj Posts: 180Member Member Posts: 180Member Member
    rahimlj wrote: »
    My own personal list is based on "rewatchableness":

    West Side Story
    Jaws
    The Godfather
    The Music Man
    Secret Life of Pets

    Don't judge me.

    Jaws was a classic. I think I was just too young to actually watch all of them but I should lol. Great list.

    Which godfather was your fav? I've only seen part of the first.

    Yes! Watch Jaws again. It's pretty freaking great. Do not, however, watch ANY of the sequeIs. Fun fact: When Jaws was released, I was 5. My parents planned a night out. We (mom, dad, me and my older brother) were going out to dinner and then to a drive-in showing. After dinner I managed to slip on a rug at the entrance to the restaurant (Mama Bravo) and crack my face open on the CIGARETTE MACHINE. Yes, a cigarette machine. (This was the 70s, people!) After an emergency room visit, 5 stiches above my eye and what I assume were some highly suspect narcotics, my parents STILL took us to the movies. LMAO They were going to have that date night no matter what.

    OK, so I know everyone says Godfather Part II is better, but I cannot get into it. My love for the original is so strong for so many reasons.

    Haha maybe I'll try to watch it within the week 😋 Lol they aren't as good? Okay. Noted haha. Thanks. Wow that sounds like a crazy night especially the fact that you were Young lol. I guess nothing stopped them from that. Seems like it was worth it to be able to watch it 😂 even though your face probably hurt lol.

    That's dedication.
  • rahimljrahimlj Posts: 180Member Member Posts: 180Member Member
    rahimlj wrote: »
    No particular order:
    Pumping Iron
    Clue
    Rocky I
    Die Hard
    Groundhog's day

    Mostly just nostalgic reasons
    Original die hard? Or newest.

    Rocky was a good one.
    You must be joking...has to be the original

    Haha yeah why did I even ask. Obviously the original 😂
  • rahimljrahimlj Posts: 180Member Member Posts: 180Member Member
    apple852hk wrote: »
    1. Speed
    2. Columbus - with John Cho - another story like Lost In Translation but updated
    3. Point Break
    4. One Hour Photo - Robin Williams - before everything went digital
    5. The Matrix

    Nice! Point break was amazing. Saw it like 5 times. Not sure if I can watch it again haha.
  • laprimaJennylaprimaJenny Posts: 676Member Member Posts: 676Member Member
    1. La vita è bella
    2. The silence of the lambs
    3. Pride and prejudice
    4. The Godfather
    5. Star Wars: The Last Jedi
  • iMagoiMago Posts: 4,021Member Member Posts: 4,021Member Member
    it's a wonderful life
    vanilla sky
    2001 a space odyssey
    the shining
    the notebook
  • orochiwarriororochiwarrior Posts: 103Member Member Posts: 103Member Member
    1. Only the Strong
    2. Pulp Fiction
    3. Grease
    4. Rush Hour 3
    5. Terminator 2
  • rahimljrahimlj Posts: 180Member Member Posts: 180Member Member
    1. La vita è bella
    2. The silence of the lambs
    3. Pride and prejudice
    4. The Godfather
    5. Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    The godfather is on so many peoples list haha. I really need to watch the whole thing
  • rahimljrahimlj Posts: 180Member Member Posts: 180Member Member
    1. Only the Strong
    2. Pulp Fiction
    3. Grease
    4. Rush Hour 3
    5. Terminator 2

    Great movies. Saw most
  • MotorsheenMotorsheen Posts: 13,682Member Member Posts: 13,682Member Member
    No particular order:
    Pumping Iron
    Clue
    Rocky I
    Die Hard
    Groundhog's day

    Mostly just nostalgic reasons

    Respect for pumping iron.

    I keep the dvd handy and have it on about once a month. I’m not really watching it, it’s just fun to have on in the background.

    “Advices”
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