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  • Lukus 11 Dec 2014 16:12:18 20,819 posts
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    Kichijoten wrote:
    vijay_UK wrote:
    A film should be judged on your first watch; an impression of a film is dilluted over repeated viewings. Hence why a lot say they prefer Empire over Star Wars... you've just seen Star Wars too many times.

    However. My love for Twister will never end, I just can't get enough of it.
    true, a few of my top ten are based on first view.
    No it shouldn't, otherwise my favourite films would all be really shit ones I watched when I was 6.
  • rockavitch 11 Dec 2014 16:14:21 950 posts
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    @iancognito ahh not a problem, position of post etc :)
  • nickthegun 11 Dec 2014 16:17:01 71,638 posts
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    Haha!

    Although, to be fair, that's the exact reason why my real top ten list reads like star lords awesome mix of films.
  • Deleted user 11 December 2014 16:26:57
    Navy Seals is better than Top Gun.
  • Ra_ra_rasputin 11 Dec 2014 16:27:10 301 posts
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    In no particular order

    Delicatessen
    Mall rats
    big trouble in little China
    goonies (dvd version with knives and searing not the will tv one)
    City of the lost children
    indianna Jones (raiders then temple then cruisade)
    black cat white cat
    2001
    Supertroopers
    Wall-e
    toy story (all 3)
  • gamingdave 11 Dec 2014 16:29:48 4,679 posts
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    var list = [];
    while (list.length < 10) {
    list.push((list.length+1)+": Goodfellas");
    }
  • Deleted user 11 December 2014 16:35:14
    Air Force One
    Airplane! Felt it had dated last time I watched it
    Star Trek: First Contact
    Toy Story
    Star Wars A New Hope
    The Matrix
    Shoalin Soccer
    Dial M for Murder
    Skyfall
    The Sting

    Ask me tomorrow and it would undoubtedly be a different list.
  • Ra_ra_rasputin 11 Dec 2014 16:42:58 301 posts
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    Anyone mentioned undersiege yet?
  • DUFFMAN5 11 Dec 2014 16:43:57 21,796 posts
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    Bridge on the River Kwai
    This is Spinal Tap
    The Changeling (George C Scott)
    The King of Kong
    The Simpsons Movie
    The SpongeBob Movie
    Dollars trilogy

    Edited by DUFFMAN5 at 16:45:53 11-12-2014
  • iancognito 11 Dec 2014 16:44:36 2,476 posts
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    Ra_ra_rasputin wrote:
    Anyone mentioned undersiege yet?
    The details of that film are hazy. I'm just a cook, a ship, cake and boobs.
  • Ra_ra_rasputin 11 Dec 2014 16:49:30 301 posts
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    iancognito wrote:
    Ra_ra_rasputin wrote:
    Anyone mentioned undersiege yet?
    The details of that film are hazy. I'm just a cook, a ship, cake and boobs.
    The classic recipe for any great film... Of course you can mix it up by replacing ship with train for the criminally under appreciated sequel.....
  • reviewer 11 Dec 2014 17:14:44 4,634 posts
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    Your rating should be based on how big an erection you had watching it for the third time.

    Sorry ladies.
  • JYM60 11 Dec 2014 17:36:17 17,449 posts
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    Goodfellas
    Scarface
    Pulp fiction
    Reservoir dogs
    Toy story
    Mosters inc
    Battle royale
    Ichi the killer
    Rec
    Goldeneye

    Probably not an accurate list tbh, bar the top 3.
  • Deleted user 11 December 2014 18:21:23
    PenguinJim wrote:
    Mola_Ram wrote:
    Oh sorry, are we doing joke lists. Ok

    1. Jingle All the Way
    2. Goonies
    3. Plan 9 from outer space
    4. Ghostbusters II
    5. Invasion of the Body Snatchers (the one with Donald Sutherland, not the 50s one)
    6. Taken
    7. Ninja Terminator
    8. The Octogon
    9. Salt
    10. Hobo With a Shotgun
    There's a Jingle All the Way 2 now! The starring actor has some weird name that looks like a job, Mick Your Cable Guy or something. In real life, I mean.

    JAtW is a classic.
    Haha someone's been browsing the Christmas section on Showbox I see!

    Also, billythekid. Killer clown from outer space! Give that man a cookie.
  • anephric 11 Dec 2014 19:28:51 2,695 posts
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    1: Les Enfants Du Paradis
    2: Au Hasard, Balthazar
    3: L'Annee Dernier a Marienbad
    4: Vertigo
    5: Citizen Kane
    6: A Page of Madness
    7: Zero de Conduite
    8: M
    9: Trois Couleurs Bleu
    10: Semen Stained Sluts

    9 and 10 are interchangeable, when the mood takes me. Oh, how Philip French would laugh if he heard me say that.

    Edited by anephric at 19:29:25 11-12-2014
  • Kichijoten 11 Dec 2014 19:39:00 4,555 posts
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    if films were as good as how much money they earnt then these are the best (according to american cinema goers)

    1 Avatar + SE (incl. 3D & Imax) Dec 2009 Fox 760.5
    2 Titanic ($600.8M + 2012 3D) Dec 1997 Paramount 658.6
    3 The Avengers (incl. 3D & Imax) May 2012 Disney 623.4
    4 The Dark Knight (incl. Imax) Jul 2008 Warner Bros. 533.3
    5 Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace ($431.1M + 2012 474.5
    6 Star Wars ($322.7M + $138.3M from 1997 SE) May 1977Fox 461.0
    7 The Dark Knight Rises (incl. Imax) Jul 2012Warner Bros. 448.1
    8 Shrek 2 May 2004 DreamWorks 436.7
    9 E.T. : The Extra Terrestrial Jun 1982 Universal 435.0
    10 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Lionsgate 424.7
    11 Pirates of the Caribbean: DMC Jul 2006 Buena Vista 423.3
    12 The Lion King (incl. 2003 Imax & 2011 3D) Buena Vista 422.8
    13 Toy Story 3 (incl. 3D & Imax) Jun 2010 Buena Vista 415.0
    14 Iron Man 3 (incl. 3D & Imax) May 2013 Disney 409.0
    15 The Hunger Games (incl. Imax) Mar 2012 Lionsgate 408.0
    16 Spider-Man May 2002 Sony 403.7
    17 Jurassic Park ($357.1M + 2013 3D) Universal 402.4
    18 Transformers: ROTF (incl. Imax) June 2009 Paramount 402.1
    19 Frozen (incl. 3D) Nov 2013 Disney 400.7
    20 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 (incl. 3D & Imax) 381.0
    21 Finding Nemo ($339.7M + 2012 3D) May 2003 Buena V 380.8
    22 Star Wars Episode III: ROTS May 2005 Fox 380.3
    23 LOTR: The Return of the King Dec 2003 New Line 377.0
    24 Spider-Man 2 (incl. Imax) Jul 2004 Sony 373.4
    25 The Passion of the Christ Feb 2004 NewMarket 370.3
    26 Despicable Me 2 (incl. 3D) July 2013 Universal 368.1
    27 Transformers: DOTM (incl. 3D & Imax) Jun 2011Paramount 352.4
    28 LOTR: The Two Towers (incl. 2003 reissue) New Line 340.7
    29 Spider-Man 3 May 2007 Sony 336.5
    30 Alice in Wonderland (incl. 3D & Imax) Mar 2010Buena Vista 334.2
    31 Guardians of the Galaxy (incl. 3D & Imax) Aug 2014Disney 331.9
    32 Forrest Gump Jul 1994 Paramount 329.7
    33 Shrek the Third May 2007 Paramount 321.0
    34 Transformers (incl. Imax) Jul 2007 Paramount 319.1
    35 Iron Man May 2008 Paramount 318.3
    36 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Nov 2001Warner Bros. 317.6
    37 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal May 2008 317.0
    38 LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring Dec 2 New Line 314.2
    39 Iron Man 2 (incl. Imax) May 2010 Paramount 312.1
    40 Star Wars Episode II: AOTC (incl. 2002 Imax) May 2002Fox 310.7
    41 Pirates of the Caribbean: AWE May 2007 Buena Vista 309.4
    42 Return of the Jedi ($263.7M + $45.4M SE) May 1983Fox 309.1
    43 Independence Day Jul 1996 Fox 306.2
    44 Pirates of the Caribbean Jul 2003 Buena Vista 305.4
    45 Skyfall (incl. Imax) Nov 2012 Sony 304.4
    46 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (inDec 2012 Warner Bros. 303.0
    47 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (incl. Warner Bros. 302.0
    48 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (incl. Imax) Jun 2010 Summit 300.5
    49 The Twilight Saga: New Moon Nov 2009 Summit 296.6
    50 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 (incl. Imax) 295.0
  • Deleted user 11 December 2014 19:54:42
    Kichijoten wrote:
    if films were as good as how much money they earnt
    They're not, so posting that was kind of moot.
  • Kichijoten 11 Dec 2014 20:05:15 4,555 posts
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    ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh touchy.
  • elstoof 11 Dec 2014 20:53:12 18,473 posts
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    No Roadhouse?
  • Kichijoten 11 Dec 2014 20:59:18 4,555 posts
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    jablonski wrote:
    Ok, here comes the actual real Jablonski top 10.

    10) Roller Boogie
    9) Escape From New York
    8) The Swimmer
    7) For A Few Dollars More
    6) Hard Times
    5) One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest
    4) Close Encounters of the Third Kind
    3) Sonatine
    2) Three Colours Red
    1) Once Upon A Time In The West
    i have seen three of them. Close encounters, cant remember much. One flew, brilliant. Escape from ny, very good.
  • iancognito 11 Dec 2014 21:05:57 2,476 posts
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    I was going to watch Close Encounters of the Third Kind the other day but I've not seen the first two yet.
  • elstoof 11 Dec 2014 21:12:33 18,473 posts
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    jablonski wrote:
    elstoof wrote:
    No Roadhouse?
    Roadhouse is fine, not top 10 material though.
    I just thought because it was Dawson's favourite..
  • Deleted user 11 December 2014 21:16:05
    1. Goodfellas
    2. Withnail and I
    3. Blues Brothers
    4. Ghostbusters
    5. Goonies
    6. Star Wars
    7. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    8. Fight Club
    9. Gladiator
    10. The Faculty
  • anephric 11 Dec 2014 21:33:42 2,695 posts
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    @jablonski Hard Times, fuck yeah! I'm watching Breakheart Pass as I type this.

    Also, you get a +1 forever for The Swimmer.
  • anephric 11 Dec 2014 21:48:21 2,695 posts
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    The Mechanic is where it's at. Count the number of times Bronson shakes his girly fringe out of his eyes in it.

    If you've never seen it , Rider on the Rain has probably the best genuine Bronson acting of anything he ever did.
  • elstoof 11 Dec 2014 22:00:17 18,473 posts
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    Statham nailed it in the update.
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