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    ok, something about baraka, see this link
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    heres a few off the top of my head....


    the cremaster cycle (notably cremaster 3)

    koyaanisqatsi

    amelie

    raiders of the last ark

    tuvalu

    tampopo

    amores perros

    gattaca

    the game

    the karate kid

    falling down

    battle royale

    wild style

    the tai chi master

    dawn of the dead

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    thats a pretty diverse lineup there Wes.

    Dawn of the Dead is my favorite zombie movie.
    i want to be trapped in an abandoned mall full of zombies,,, and get to beat on them with baseball bats and run over there bodies with golf carts.
    that movie is fun..

    where you been man?
    you needs to post some new shit pronto..


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    The Big Lebowski
    007 Goldeneye
    Slapshot
    Army of Darkness
    Revenge of the Nerds 1
    Indiana Jones Movies
    LOTR movies
    Falling Down
    The Game
    Bladerunner
    Saving Private Ryan
    Tora! Tora! Tora!
    The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly
    The Green Mile
    Shawshank Redemption

    I don't know, too many for me to think of, kind of overwhelming. I think Big Lebowski is one of my all time favorites.

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    snatch
    emperor's new groove
    dancer in the dark
    titus
    brazil
    fight club
    monster inc
    o brother where art thou

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    a few more

    A lot of films I really like have already been mentioned. Here are a few more I think are worth checking out:

    The Reflecting Skin
    A disturbing film by Philip Ridley about a little boy thinks his neighbor is a vampire. This gorgeous film was made to look like an Andrew Wyeth painting. It isn't on DVD as far as I know. Check it out if you find it on VHS. I would love to see them release this widescreen on DVD.

    The Man Who Wasn't There
    The Coen's offbeat take on film noir. Excellent script and characters. Plenty of great plot twists. Gorgeous black and white cinematography by Roger Deakins.

    Heavenly Creatures
    Still my favorite Peter Jackson film. Inventive camerawork and direction, great script and performances. The longer, original NZ cut is the only version out on DVD right now available in widescreen. The shorter, international cut is Jackson's preferred version (I like it better, too) but it, unfortunately, is currently only available in pan and scan. (Write Miramax!)

    Seconds
    This John Frankenheimer classic from 1966 is like a feature length version of a Twilight Zone episode. Features great creepy black and white cinematography by James Wong Howe. Its kind of a sci-fi /thriller /drama about an old bank president who pays a secret organization to get his youth back.

    Following
    Chistopher Nolan's 16mm feature debut is a great example of no-budget guerilla filmaking. I personally liked it better than its larger budget followup Memento. Great twist ending.

    A Sign From God
    Greg Watkins' quirky indie comedy loosely based on real life experiences of frequent collaborator Caveh Zahedi. About an eternally optimistic indie filmaker having a really, really bad day trying to keep it together with his girlfriend. If you like this, you might also enjoy these Zahedi/Watkins collaborations: "A Little Stiff" and "I Don't Hate Las Vegas Anymore"

    Henry Fool
    Hal Hartley's strangely funny story about a garbage man who is inspired by an ex-con to write poetry. Not currently on DVD, but you might find it on VHS.

    One Hour Photo
    Robin Williams put in a suprisingly creepy performance as a one-hour photo developer who develops an obsession with a suburban family. Mark Romanek directed this unconventional thriller which features a really excellent visual style.


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    anyone seen ICHI THE KILLER?


    one of the strangest movies ive ever seen--funny too

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    blackhawk- same here. i can watch the big lebowski a milllion times and not get sick of it.

    a few good movies i've seen recently-

    adaptation
    about shmidt
    secretary

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    i think most of my favorites (or the ones i can think of right now) have already been mentioned.

    though i haven't seen these two in anyone's list. it is possible i missed them. maybe not.

    office space

    run lola run

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    Wizard of Oz

    Angel’s heart

    Texas chainsaw massacre

    :chainsaw:

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    It is waking life. thanks!

    I just bought pi and I liked it. I had seen it mentioned here, and had always wanted to see it. It's a diff. type of movie, which is good, and I enjoyed the independant movie feel it had.

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    oh, yes... mary shelley's frankenstein. (this movie rocks, especially cuz robert deniro is frankenstein)

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    THE EVIL DEAD saga.
    Boondock Saints
    Léon
    What Dreams My come -for when a grown man needs to cry like a 7 year old girl with a scrapped knee.

    and so on....

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    cool thread.

    I'd have to go with:

    Silence of the Lambs
    Hannibal
    Red Dragon
    SE7EN
    Fight Club
    Snatch
    Virus (awesome gory robots.)
    Tears of the Sun
    Black Hawk Down
    Saving Private Ryan
    Full Metal Jacket

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    Oh and Pi. it's about a mathematician who, i guess, wants to find all the numbers in pi, and then he starts to take speed and other drugs to keep himself awake, then he starts hallucinating. like there's a part where he sees a brain sitting on the subway tracks, and there's a train coming. then, he pokes the brain with a pen, and then he's inside of the train. then he pulls out and he's on the tracks and it's closer. creepy.

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    Hey. A freind of mine just made me watch really good French movie called "Le Pacte des Loups" or "The brotherhood of the Wolf." It's a sort of monster movie that takes place in pre-revolutionary France . A royal Taxidermist and his native American partner are trying to hunt down a creature that's been terrorising a country side. The story might sound familiar but it's very original and full of really strange twists and a great creature design...and Monica Bellucci.

    here's the website.
    http://www.lepactedesloups.com/

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    yeah, brotherhood was high class smut.

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    The God Father
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    jwo; You're one of those people who let the rave scene in the Matrix reloaded ruin the entire movie for you, aren't you?

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    Originally posted by jwo
    yeah, brotherhood was high class smut.
    ment that I liked Le Pacte des Loups very very much.

    and i dont wanna talk about reloaded :bheart:

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    You liked Brotherhood of the Wolf... Okay. that's a relief...Wait! You didn't like the the Reloaded!?

    When will people realize that the only thing you need to make a good movie is kung fu? We live in such backwards times.

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    The 'rave' scene in the Matrix did ruin part of the movie.

    As did -for most people- the monologue of the Architect.

    Nonetheless i've seen it 5 times now and it is a good movie. The depth in the story is more hidden than in the first one though. I like all the hints and the omens within the movie and for revolutions. The story can go many ways from here.

    Well... it's still a good movie.

    Not good: X-Men 2. Even with Famke Jansen. It has its moments but also parts that are very weak and obvious.

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    I agree with cityworker; I never get tired of watching 'Goonies'...

    ...I also put 'Labyrinth' and 'Neverending Story' at the top of my list. I love 80's fantasy movies.

    I am also obsessed with the FIRST 'Matrix' movie. No, not 'Reloaded' or 'Revolutions'--those two sucked stinky ass and made me lose my faith in the Wachowskis altogether.

    And yeah, 'Run Lola Run' as well as 'Life is Beautiful' are my favorite foreign films, though I never get to see that many of them. I like 'Shaolin Soccer' too--hilarious!

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    die hard 1

    probably my all time fav. so crisp n clean.

    lots o you guys got great taste

    and yes, ASH is king.

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    Leon
    The Transporter (Sooo through and through cool.)
    Saragossa Scrolls
    Paths of Glory
    MIB
    The Rock

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