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Favourite movie? Top 5?

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  • MotorsheenMotorsheen Posts: 14,582Member Member Posts: 14,582Member 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.

    Wait.
    You can’t get into Godfather Two?
    How is that possible??

    ‘Three’ I understand..... but Two ?

    In my not so humble opinion, Godfather Two is pretty amazing.
  • MIltonBradley1MIltonBradley1 Posts: 658Member Member Posts: 658Member Member
    1. Logan'sRun
    2. The Hudsucker Proxy
    3. Smoking and the Bandit 3
    4. Pretty in Pink
    5. Howard the Duck
  • Cowsfan1Cowsfan1 Posts: 7,265Member Member Posts: 7,265Member Member
    1. Logan'sRun
    2. The Hudsucker Proxy
    3. Smoking and the Bandit 3
    4. Pretty in Pink
    5. Howard the Duck

    Howard the mfp'n duck FTW 🙌
  • MotorsheenMotorsheen Posts: 14,582Member Member Posts: 14,582Member Member
    1. Logan'sRun
    2. The Hudsucker Proxy
    3. Smoking and the Bandit 3
    4. Pretty in Pink
    5. Howard the Duck

    Howard the Duck really is the 'Citizen Kane' of talking duck movies.
  • Cowsfan1Cowsfan1 Posts: 7,265Member Member Posts: 7,265Member Member
    Motorsheen wrote: »
    1. Logan'sRun
    2. The Hudsucker Proxy
    3. Smoking and the Bandit 3
    4. Pretty in Pink
    5. Howard the Duck

    Howard the Duck really is the 'Citizen Kane' of talking duck movies.

    Gotta say have you ever seen a topless duck in any other movie?? Just all in all great cinema really
  • Keto_VampireKeto_Vampire Posts: 1,692Member Member Posts: 1,692Member Member
    Motorsheen wrote: »
    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”

    Pumping iron is freakin' awesome...Arnold being the best part in showing that he is far more than just a juiced up meat head...how manipulative he is & all the mind games he plays with his competitors. He is far more complex, egotistical, manipulative, smart, ambitious, and charismatic than one would imagine based on his appearance alone (not your stereotypical meat head)
    edited May 18
  • RebelRebel_1383RebelRebel_1383 Posts: 9Member Member Posts: 9Member Member
    1. Leon
    2. Bram Stokers Dracula
    3. Terminator 2
    4. Gladiator
    5. The Untouchables
  • scottrod1974scottrod1974 Posts: 5Member Member Posts: 5Member Member
    1. The Princess Bride
    2. Shallow Hal
    3. Expendables I,II,III
    4. Legends of the Fall
    5. The Big Sleep
  • Cowsfan1Cowsfan1 Posts: 7,265Member Member Posts: 7,265Member Member
    1. Leon
    2. Bram Stokers Dracula
    3. Terminator 2
    4. Gladiator
    5. The Untouchables

    Leon the professional- young Natalie Portman was good in that on

    Which Gladiator ? Cuba gooding or Russell Crowe?
  • RebelRebel_1383RebelRebel_1383 Posts: 9Member Member Posts: 9Member Member

    Cowsfan1 wrote: »
    1. Leon
    2. Bram Stokers Dracula
    3. Terminator 2
    4. Gladiator
    5. The Untouchables

    Leon the professional- young Natalie Portman was good in that on

    Which Gladiator ? Cuba gooding or Russell Crowe?

    Russel Crowe

    Obviously ?
  • RebelRebel_1383RebelRebel_1383 Posts: 9Member Member Posts: 9Member Member
    Cowsfan1 wrote: »
    1. Leon
    2. Bram Stokers Dracula
    3. Terminator 2
    4. Gladiator
    5. The Untouchables

    Leon the professional- young Natalie Portman was good in that on

    Which Gladiator ? Cuba gooding or Russell Crowe?


    I’m just happy you’re here. There are a lot of bad film choices happening here :(
  • rahimljrahimlj Posts: 181Member Member Posts: 181Member Member
    1. Leon
    2. Bram Stokers Dracula
    3. Terminator 2
    4. Gladiator
    5. The Untouchables

    I think I need to check those out. Only saw the Terminator from that list lol.
  • Cowsfan1Cowsfan1 Posts: 7,265Member Member Posts: 7,265Member Member
    Cowsfan1 wrote: »
    1. Leon
    2. Bram Stokers Dracula
    3. Terminator 2
    4. Gladiator
    5. The Untouchables

    Leon the professional- young Natalie Portman was good in that on

    Which Gladiator ? Cuba gooding or Russell Crowe?


    I’m just happy you’re here. There are a lot of bad film choices happening here :(

    Most ppl don’t know of the cubing gooding gladiator movie - it’s a boxing movie from the early 90’s - Ioved it when I was a kid - although I’m not comparing it to Russell Crowe’s film - their not even in the same ballpark
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