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partyboy
4th February 09, 07:16 PM
these are some movies that I could repeatedly watch until my dvd player broke, the cows come home, or I get bored and go find a hussy to hop around on one leg, spank me and call me steve:

- the hunt for red october
- top gun
- a knight's tale
- red planet
- 300
- wanted
- days of thunder
- dark knight
- iron man
- the thomas crown affair (brosnan version)
- starship troopers
- the usual suspects

(just to name a few)


I've had people call me weird (or downright clinically insane) because I can watch movies over and over. am I crazy? do I love my mother too much? or do you guys have similar lists?

Harpy
4th February 09, 07:25 PM
Office Space!!!!!

Steve
4th February 09, 07:30 PM
For shame, Lily. The correct answer is Serenity.

Seriously, I've watched parts of it numerous times this past week or so while mucking around online.

f4n4n
4th February 09, 07:37 PM
City of god.
Matrix.
Before sunrise/before sunset.
The dreamers.
Cashback.

sochin101
4th February 09, 07:46 PM
Shawshank Redmption... I can walk in to the last 5 minutes it and enjoy it.
National Treasure... No, seriously. I love the film.
Anchorman... 'Nuff said.

partyboy
4th February 09, 07:49 PM
I keep getting the nagging feeling that I'm going to be adding Watchmen to this list...

lant3rn
4th February 09, 08:01 PM
Lord of War
Caddy Shack
Ghost Buster's

Zendetta
4th February 09, 08:04 PM
Conan the Mutherfukin' Barbarian.

I put it on the same level as Citizen Kane.

Harpy
4th February 09, 08:46 PM
For shame, Lily. The correct answer is Serenity.
Seriously, I've watched parts of it numerous times this past week or so while mucking around online.
<---- Like I even need to say it.

Oh and the BBC version of Pride and Prejudice....sigh.

Dark Helmet
4th February 09, 08:53 PM
Jesus!Some of the choices here make me cry.

Harpy
4th February 09, 09:01 PM
Oh shut up and give us your list.

Tanhalen21
4th February 09, 09:02 PM
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
A Clockwork Orange

Harpy
4th February 09, 09:02 PM
I also love The Lake House with Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock.

Have any of you'll watched it? Buy it and watch it with your girlfriend/wife/mom this Valentine's day.

Steve
4th February 09, 09:04 PM
Jesus!Some of the choices here make me cry.

Meh, Space Balls is okay. It sure as hell isn't Young Frankenstein (which I could watch anytime).

Dark Helmet
4th February 09, 09:12 PM
Oh shut up and give us your list.

Full Metal Jacket
The good,the bad and the Ugly
National Lampoon's Animal House
Close Encounters
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Catch 22
The Blues Brothers
Total Recall
Paths of Glory
Magnum Force(lol)

and Coyote Ugly

Harpy
4th February 09, 09:18 PM
LOL...but I can see why one can watch them over and over again.

I find that the handful of movies I can watch many times over are not necessarily my favourite.

Arhetton
4th February 09, 09:18 PM
true lies.

Dark Helmet
4th February 09, 09:21 PM
LOL...but I can see why one can watch them over and over again.

I find that the handful of movies I can watch many times over are not necessarily my favourite.
Wait this was a list of bad movies? Then my list is of one film and it's Transformers.

SBG-ape
4th February 09, 10:14 PM
I think the BBC Pride & Prejudice was a miniseries not a movie, but it was great. Likewise the 2-hour Firefly episode called Serenity is something I don't get tired of watching but it's not a movie. The movie Serenity was good but Mr. Universe was annoying & Wash died.

The only movies I can think of that I've never found myself tired of are
The Royal Tenenbaums & Gross Point Blank.

Steve
4th February 09, 10:22 PM
Plus to you for mentioning Wash, fucking hate that he died. He was my favorite... :(

jvjim
4th February 09, 10:27 PM
Tommy Boy
Superbad
FIRST BLOOD
Rocky
A Christmas Story

Aaranar
4th February 09, 10:55 PM
Guess Who's Comming to Dinner
The Quiet Man
Ice Pirates
The Professional
Star Trek II
Wizards

Robot Jesus
4th February 09, 11:41 PM
highlander (a christmas tradition)
Dr. Horrible Sing-a-long Blog
lord of war

Harpy
4th February 09, 11:42 PM
SBG-Ape and Steve, I must introduce you to some techniques I use when watching a movie when I feel a 'sad' moment coming on:


1. fast forward it quickly (combine with technique 3 if technique 1 is not sufficient).
2. stop the movie and tell yourself (convince yourself) that everything was happy, the couple got together etc. and that's it
3. watch it but absolutely deny it happened because you secretly know that things turned out well and have played it out in your mind.


Wash and Zoe are alive and well and they've got one hell of a kid.

Phrost
5th February 09, 12:15 AM
Is there anything redeeming about A Knight's Tale at all, unless you're gay for Heath Ledger?

OZZ
5th February 09, 12:42 AM
Ferris Bueler's Day Off
Extreme Prejudice
300
Batman Begins
Batman ( Michael Keaton Version)
Dark Knight
Taxi Driver
Rocky
First Blood
A Bronx Tale
8mm
Raiders of the Lost Ark
The Empire Strikes Back
Planes, Trains and Automobiles

These are the movies, off the top of my head, that I can't really seem to get sick of. I am sure there are other's..but , hey..it's time for bed.

SBG-ape
5th February 09, 01:02 AM
Is there anything redeeming about A Knight's Tale at all, unless you're gay for Heath Ledger?

The only thing I can think of is the bit of trivia that there actually was a historic knight named Sir Ulrich Von Lichtenstein & he was actually more annoying than the fictional character. The real guy was purely a jouster, ignorant of the broader martial aspects of the knightly tradition & he competed in a bunch of tournaments in which actual renaissance knights "re-enacted" fiction contests between Aurthurian characters...basically Sir Ulrich Von Lichtenstein was LARPing being a knight during a period when real knightly behavior was still sometimes practiced. Put in that context the fictional character/bad film don't seem so bad.

Steve
5th February 09, 01:37 AM
The Princess Bride
Lucky # Slevin
Kill Bill (1 or 2)

EDIT: As of now, I'm only adding movies that haven't been mentioned yet. I agree with a bunch that have been posted (I'm guessing that some of you are too).

Harpy
5th February 09, 01:43 AM
Steve, does your mom let you have friends over to watch movies? I'm coming!!!

sochin101
5th February 09, 03:04 AM
Love Actually
Sliding Doors

Steve
5th February 09, 03:20 AM
Steve, does your mom let you have friends over to watch movies? I'm coming!!!

I don't know, I've never asked her.

Steve
5th February 09, 03:21 AM
Kung Fu Hustle is another one for me.

Tanhalen21
5th February 09, 03:24 AM
Kung Fu Hustle is another one for me.

Yeah dude. Yeah.

bob
5th February 09, 03:42 AM
I'm quite partial to those Saturday night action/adventure movies I used to watch as a kid. Stuff like The Great Escape, The Magnificent Seven, The Guns of Navarone and well hell, that's about the only three they ever showed and they played them on three week rotation and I looked forward to it every single time.

Tanhalen21
5th February 09, 04:49 AM
http://www.stephen-king.de/imgav/RunningMan.jpg

Anything that has Arnold Schwarzenegger's name and Stephen King's name on the same poster is a sure thing.

Steve
5th February 09, 05:34 AM
Anything that has Arnold Schwarzenegger's name and Stephen King's name on the same poster is a sure thing.

It's a sure thing for me to change the channel, if that is what you mean.

Sun Wukong
5th February 09, 07:34 AM
I've very rarely seen a bad Stephen King movie. Some of them have been so good it hurt. King is a master of popular media. People might say he's over-rated in a literary sense, and they'd be right, but the average person isn't exactly going to understand the true masters of literature of the last century. That's one of the shitty things about great minds; not a lot of intellectual company or appreciation outside of the academic and intellectual sphere.

pop culture is what it is, easily digestable entertainment. it just so happens that King is very good at his job, and the Governator is really good at hamming it up.

Arnie never once took a serious role and never once was a real actor, but being a great actor wasn't his intention, making serious bank and being a movie star was.

Total Recall wasn't the worst Arnie film, and I salute your ability to turn away from lowest common denominator entertainment. However, I think Total Recall was a great movie for the time. He's no Cagney but at least the movie get's a few chuckles and some of the scenes were pretty cool in a comic book kind of way.

Scrapper
5th February 09, 08:48 AM
The Crow
Braveheart
Desperado
The Princess Bride
The Outlaw Josey Wales
Death Wish
Hellboy
Highlander
8 Man After
Showdown in Little Tokyo
Big Trouble in Little China
Equilibrium
Star Wars IV,V,VI
Rob Roy
V for Vendetta



Just for starters

KhorneliusPraxx
5th February 09, 09:05 AM
...in no particular order.

1) The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension
2) Ferris Bueller's Day Off
3) Life is Beautiful
4) Pee Wee's Big Adventure-Edward Scissorhands-Big Fish
5) Unbreakable-Signs-Sixth Sense
6) Big Lebowski-Miller's Crossing-Fargo-Blood Simple-Raising Arizona
7) Once
8) Paris, je t'aime
9) North by Northwest
10) A New Hope-The Empire Strikes Back-Return of the Jedi

Phrost
5th February 09, 11:21 AM
I've very rarely seen a bad Stephen King movie. Some of them have been so good it hurt. King is a master of popular media. People might say he's over-rated in a literary sense, and they'd be right, but the average person isn't exactly going to understand the true masters of literature of the last century. That's one of the shitty things about great minds; not a lot of intellectual company or appreciation outside of the academic and intellectual sphere.
What?

You saw the one where some camping buddies gave birth to alien ass babies through explosive, bloody diarrhea, right?

KhorneliusPraxx
5th February 09, 11:31 AM
That sounds lovely...

partyboy
5th February 09, 12:04 PM
What?

You saw the one where some camping buddies gave birth to alien ass babies through explosive, bloody diarrhea, right?

the movie did absolutely no justice to the book

...but ass babies are always fun

Spade: The Real Snake
5th February 09, 12:05 PM
My criteria is going to be this:

I will choose to watch these movies on free TV as opposed to watching a DVD I have paid for:

any Clint Eastwood western or Dirty Harry Movie or In the Line of Fire
All 3 Matrix movies
Either National Treasure movie
Enter The Dragon
BASEketball
Army Of Darkness
Hellboy
The Crow and (yes.....) Crow City of Angles
Pretty much any comic book movie....even Punisher, DareDevil or Fantastic Four
All 3 Fast and Furious movies
Fight Club
Se7en
Gladiator
Any Harry Potter movie
Any Star Wars movie
Green Mile and Shawshank Redemption
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
*list subject to be added to



That being said, I generally don't have much time to watch TV and this list is comprosed of stuff I will watch on like a Sunday afternoon and will come in like midway through the movie.

mrblackmagic
5th February 09, 12:16 PM
Slither
The Hitcher
Ravenous

partyboy
5th February 09, 12:19 PM
so far the lists have been tight (except for lily's of course)

...and NOB, please tell me you meant the Ralph Macchio version of Crossroads - not that other, less-guitar packing version

KhorneliusPraxx
5th February 09, 12:42 PM
Rectum Wreckers #6

Kiko
5th February 09, 12:56 PM
Apparently, I will watch any version of Die Hard whenever it's on.

Spade: The Real Snake
5th February 09, 01:16 PM
Slither
The Hitcher

Oddly enough I was at the grocery store the other day and picked up both of these on HD-DVD Combo format from the bargin bin for $3.99 each.

*score*!

KhorneliusPraxx
5th February 09, 01:40 PM
HD-DVD?!?!?!

aardvarks got Betamaxed.

Spade: The Real Snake
5th February 09, 02:07 PM
HD-DVD?!?!?!

aardvarks got Betamaxed.

Actually I have both.

So I am only 50% FAIL.

sochin101
5th February 09, 04:14 PM
Wait, don't you have multiple HD-DVD players?
That's double fail, x 50% fail = fail.

Spade: The Real Snake
5th February 09, 04:19 PM
No I had the 360 add-on and then bought a player for like $50 when the format crashed.

Figure this how you may.

although I am sure it will involve "fail"

Harpy
5th February 09, 05:11 PM
Umm... look at my avatar and tell me which version of crossroads I mean. The one with Britney damnit.

Partyboy - I demand that you retract your statement about my movie list being the worst.

mrblackmagic
5th February 09, 05:17 PM
Apparently, I will watch any version of Die Hard whenever it's on.
I forgot that one. This is list requires several amendments.



Oddly enough I was at the grocery store the other day and picked up both of these on HD-DVD Combo format from the bargin bin for $3.99 each.

*score*!

Good on you.

Steve
5th February 09, 05:31 PM
I've very rarely seen a bad Stephen King movie. Some of them have been so good it hurt. King is a master of popular media. People might say he's over-rated in a literary sense, and they'd be right, but the average person isn't exactly going to understand the true masters of literature of the last century. That's one of the shitty things about great minds; not a lot of intellectual company or appreciation outside of the academic and intellectual sphere.

pop culture is what it is, easily digestable entertainment. it just so happens that King is very good at his job, and the Governator is really good at hamming it up.

Arnie never once took a serious role and never once was a real actor, but being a great actor wasn't his intention, making serious bank and being a movie star was.

Total Recall wasn't the worst Arnie film, and I salute your ability to turn away from lowest common denominator entertainment. However, I think Total Recall was a great movie for the time. He's no Cagney but at least the movie get's a few chuckles and some of the scenes were pretty cool in a comic book kind of way.

Total Recall is pretty decent, I'll give you that. The Running Man, on the other hand, sucked balls. I'm a huge Stephen King fan, read most of his earlier work (which I think is far better than some of the new stuff he's done. BTW, I'm supremely pissed about how he basically shat on the Dark Tower series) and he has had some great movies made from his material, just none with Arnold starring.

Also, I'm VERY mad at King for letting any of his works get turned into TV projects. I mean, WTF was he thinking? It? The Stand? These are not books that can be done on TV, too much of the creepy/scary/awesome stuff has to be edited out. Fucking pissed me off.

/ranting derail


Fifth Element

*slaps forehead* Shit, I can't believe I didn't think of that movie! I've got like 3 copies of it because it is so awesome. Definitely one of those I can pop in when there isn't anything else that strikes my fancy.

I'll drop in Blade Runner here as well. I've also got like 4-5 versions of it lying around too.

.

Harpy
5th February 09, 05:32 PM
Crossroads is what makes my list so good damnit.

Can I talk to your girlfriend?

Spade: The Real Snake
5th February 09, 05:34 PM
The Stand? These are not books that can be done on TV, too much of the creepy/scary/awesome stuff has to be edited out. Fucking pissed me off.



Really, prior to something like Lord of the Rings, I couldn't see The Stand being made into a movie. It is too long for one film and I couldn't see a movie studio agreeing to make it a trilogy.

partyboy
5th February 09, 05:41 PM
DAMN.

almost forgot:

Brainscan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brainscan

if you haven't seen this movie yet, you suck

Spade: The Real Snake
5th February 09, 05:46 PM
DAMN.

almost forgot:

Brainscan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brainscan

if you haven't seen this movie yet, you suck

This sounds a little like Shocker, Strangeland and Donnie Darko.

Harpy
5th February 09, 05:47 PM
No. Unless it is in person. She knows all about my Britney fetish and accepts it because she loves me.

Not that, I just wanted her to take away your internet access for 2 weeks.


Some other movies I could watch over and over again:
Bad Boys
Roman Holiday
Sabrina (the Harrison Ford version)

Kiko
5th February 09, 05:54 PM
Breaking Away
Any POtC version
The Breakfast Club
The Blues Brothers
Animal House
any LOTR
I'll think of more... Sorry if they're repeats of anyone else's

Harpy
5th February 09, 05:56 PM
Why apologise Kiko?!

Kiko
5th February 09, 05:57 PM
'Cause despite the nature of this thread most folks don't like bloody repeats!

Except me. Point me to a House Marathon or better yet.. anyone got season 2 of Mad Men?

Neildo
5th February 09, 06:07 PM
Die Hard 1
Rambo 1 (maybe 3)
Forrest Gump
Akira
Grosse Pointe Blank
Legends of the Fall
Any Schwarzenegger movie

i watched Taken twice now, and i could watch it again. Liam Neeson is so fucking badass in that flick.

Neildo
5th February 09, 06:12 PM
The Running Man, on the other hand, sucked balls.

what. WHAT? dude!!! best one-liners EVER. E V E R

Harpy
5th February 09, 06:12 PM
Grease (including sing along)

Steve
5th February 09, 06:40 PM
This might get a few flames tossed my way by the Adam Sandler haters, but I could easily watch The Wedding Singer any day of the week. Probably one or two of his other movies as well (early works, obviously).

Spade: The Real Snake
5th February 09, 06:44 PM
This might get a few flames tossed my way by the Adam Sandler haters, but I could easily watch The Wedding Singer any day of the week. Probably one or two of his other movies as well (early works, obviously).


Do you softly play OMD in the background while doing this?

Dark Helmet
5th February 09, 07:02 PM
This might get a few flames tossed my way by the Adam Sandler haters, but I could easily watch The Wedding Singer any day of the week. Probably one or two of his other movies as well (early works, obviously).




'50 first dates' is good. Ef loves 'The Wedding Singer'


Totally agree!It's funny how good Adam Sandler is when he's not being some self-centered prick in every scene of his movie. Spanglish I liked a lot. ALSO Big Daddy was really sweet film .

Neildo
5th February 09, 07:08 PM
i thought click was going to be utter shit until i caught it on tv. it's actually pretty good, but only the scenes with christopher walken. oh yeah i can watch any movie with him in it too. dogs of war, (good book too) dead zone, deer hunter, suicide kings, pulp fiction, rundown, christopher walken makes them all great.

billy sol hurok
5th February 09, 07:15 PM
Dr. Strangelove.

Some of the others mentioned above.

Steve
5th February 09, 07:21 PM
Do you softly play OMD in the background while doing this?

While posting on Sociocide? Who doesn't?






.

Quikfeet509
5th February 09, 08:52 PM
Pretty much the only movies I can watch over and over again are pornos.


WTF is wrong with you people?

partyboy
5th February 09, 09:14 PM
I get bored with the same porn

RickTheCritic
5th February 09, 09:48 PM
To easy

PREDATOR!

easily the most rewatchable movie around. It knows what it is and it does it well. Forget these 4 hour epics Predator is 2 hours of fast pacing, great action scenes and great suspense. This may be biased because this is my favorite movie.


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video added

Spade: The Real Snake
5th February 09, 11:36 PM
OK, I'll take the shot for this too.....


I liked Predator 2.

Neildo
6th February 09, 12:33 AM
I get bored with the same porn

QFT

EuropIan
6th February 09, 09:13 AM
has anyone mentioned Army of Darkness yet?


I've also watched Mumford alot

Quikfeet509
6th February 09, 09:36 AM
I get bored with the same porn



If you get a vast library then cycle what you watch, it rarely gets old.

OZZ
6th February 09, 11:20 AM
Another one I forgot about..La Bamba!
Always enjoy that movie..

EuropIan
6th February 09, 12:12 PM
If you get a vast library then cycle what you watch, it rarely gets old.
^this

partyboy
6th February 09, 12:43 PM
^this

youporn.com
spankwire.com

^ these

(i'm glad this thread has devolved into porn)

EuropIan
6th February 09, 12:46 PM
what? You don't think I have a rotation on those sites as well?

p.s.

xnxx.com
tnaflix.com
empflix.com

Zendetta
6th February 09, 05:14 PM
To easy

PREDATOR!

easily the most rewatchable movie around. It knows what it is and it does it well. Forget these 4 hour epics Predator is 2 hours of fast pacing, great action scenes and great suspense. This may be biased because this is my favorite movie.


Well, allow me to introduce you to ArnoCorps!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xizJZeGfE34

partyboy
6th February 09, 05:40 PM
Well, allow me to introduce you to ArnoCorps!

xizJZeGfE34

let me introduce you to proper embedding!

RickTheCritic
6th February 09, 07:06 PM
Well, allow me to introduce you to ArnoCorps!

xizJZeGfE34

A bad song considering all of the quotable dialogoue in this movie.

Shawarma
6th February 09, 07:15 PM
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. Best ending scene ever shot. Snatch and Rocknrolla are good too, especially with Brad Pitt's outstanding drunken pikey fuckhead performance.

EuropIan
6th February 09, 09:26 PM
Predator is awesome. It's an awesome concept in itself.

ovi-djkUgd0

RickTheCritic
6th February 09, 11:53 PM
This movie from its concept to direction is so good.

1)The setup is simple, 6 elite commandos sent into the jungle suddenly getting killed off by an invisible hunter

2)The setting creates a suspenseful atmosphere. This was filmed directly in the jungle. Its hot its humid and its scary.

3)The acting! Yes the acting in this movie is more physical then verbal. The dialogoue in this movie either furthers the plot or is a witty one liner. The physical acting makes the movie, how the characters move, the expressions on thier face and the way the squad moves is simply amazing.(that is also the reason this movie is very popular among people who do not speak english as a first language)

4)The characters are memorable and entertaining.

5)The music is amazing. from the blazing soundtrack to the sound of birds in the background

6) the predator is a cool villain

Shawarma
7th February 09, 07:05 AM
7) All the sweaty buff men make your pants tight.

Spade: The Real Snake
7th February 09, 08:25 AM
8) Jessie "The Body" Ventura rocks an MTV shirt

Steve
7th February 09, 08:27 AM
Stolen from billy sol hurok:

Cable guy

And then that made me think of (of course):

Ace Ventura (but NOT the sequel, Ace should never have been a pussy)

mrblackmagic
7th February 09, 12:45 PM
I just can't believe I forgot. In Bruges, Cold Mountain, and Miller's Crossing.

partyboy
7th February 09, 06:12 PM
Memphis Belle

OZZ
18th February 09, 02:43 PM
Raiders of the Lost Ark

EuropIan
18th February 09, 02:47 PM
v6qckMHp7wU

Rutger Hauer..

Halfrican
18th February 09, 02:57 PM
I've seen Pulp Fiction well over 200x(that is when I stopped counting).

I not only can recite the entire movie from beginning to end from memory, but I have memorized the soindtrack portions during the movie as well. Misrilou is my ringer on my iphone, and I 5 starred it in guitar hero. My next wallet will be a bad mother fucker from ebay.

Kiko
18th February 09, 03:00 PM
I introduced my kids to Airplane the other day. There was much rejoicing!

Zendetta
18th February 09, 03:52 PM
Kill Bill and Kill Bill 2

partyboy
18th February 09, 04:15 PM
My next wallet will be a bad mother fucker from ebay.

I made one like that in middle school...

OZZ
18th February 09, 04:15 PM
Kill Bill and Kill Bill 2

Seconded.

Dirty Harry

Doritosaurus Chex
18th February 09, 04:19 PM
Robocop 1. I refuse to believe the sequels exist.

And now, Robocop in 10:00 in rap form:

wUnMF7dV86k

OZZ
18th February 09, 04:24 PM
I have never heard of Salute of the Jugger..at first I thought it was a trailer for The Blood of Heroes..that's another old Rutger Hauer flick.
I noticed Vincent D'Onofrio in that trailer..that must be one of his earliest movies too.
Has anyone seen a movie with Vincent D'Onofrio in it where he plays Robert E. Howard? I don't know what it is called, or if it is any good - but as far as I know it is the only movie that chronicles the life of Robert E. Howard.

EuropIan
18th February 09, 05:10 PM
Blood of Heroes = Salute of the Jugger.

OZZ
18th February 09, 05:39 PM
Blood of Heroes = Salute of the Jugger.

Oh..

Sun Wukong
18th February 09, 07:15 PM
Did anyone post "The Three Amigos" or "The Big Lebowski" yet?

Because, I could watch those movies at any time.

Mas
18th February 09, 07:18 PM
I know it's terrible but...

Last Samurai.

I deserve to be flogged. Not you Fes.

mrblackmagic
18th February 09, 07:46 PM
Comedies are kind of iffy. The aristocrats is the only comedy I didn't get sick of after about 5 viewings. Big Lebowski was about 10.

Speaking of Cohen Bros, I never got tired of Miller's Crossing.

Zendetta
18th February 09, 08:50 PM
Team America

A Fish Called Wanda

KhorneliusPraxx
19th February 09, 08:41 AM
k-k-k-k-k-k-k-k-ken

Tanhalen21
20th February 09, 03:38 AM
O Brother, Where Art Thou!

Gremlins

And the Green Mile, believe it or not. I will watch that movie anytime, anywhere, with anyone, on any day.

Marrt
20th February 09, 07:19 AM
Snatch
Gladiator
Second Bourne movie
Zoolander

None of which are the movie I've actually seen the most, which would be
Ferris Bueller's Day Off - which I'm not sure I'd add to my list but it is pretty re-watchable.

OZZ
20th February 09, 12:09 PM
8mm

Zendetta
20th February 09, 12:35 PM
k-k-k-k-k-k-k-k-ken

... c-c-c-c-coming to k-k-k-k-kill me!

mrblackmagic
20th February 09, 01:25 PM
REVENGE!!!

Spade: The Real Snake
20th February 09, 01:38 PM
Revenge = Madeline Stowe in hot tight equestrian pants

SoulMechanic
26th February 09, 08:37 PM
Repo Man

Because the life of a repo man is always intense.

Zendetta
27th February 09, 05:16 PM
^^^ Saw it on a big screen at the local cult movie theater recently.

HappyOldGuy
27th February 09, 06:09 PM
Grosse Pointe Blank
American President (bite me)
I seem to watch the tarantino flicks any time they are on.

TheLordHumungus
3rd March 09, 12:31 AM
I have never heard of Salute of the Jugger..at first I thought it was a trailer for The Blood of Heroes..that's another old Rutger Hauer flick.
I noticed Vincent D'Onofrio in that trailer..that must be one of his earliest movies too.
Has anyone seen a movie with Vincent D'Onofrio in it where he plays Robert E. Howard? I don't know what it is called, or if it is any good - but as far as I know it is the only movie that chronicles the life of Robert E. Howard.

"The Whole Wide World" is the name of the film about Howard. And yes, it is very good.

As for my addition to this list, "Attack the Gas Station" is seven shades of awesome.

OZZ
3rd March 09, 07:12 PM
"The Whole Wide World" is the name of the film about Howard. And yes, it is very good.

As for my addition to this list, "Attack the Gas Station" is seven shades of awesome.

Thanks!I don't know if I will be able to find it anywhere to rent, but at least now I know what its called.

Also, add to the list - Planes, Trains and Automobiles. Always funny, no matter when you see it.

Marrt
6th March 09, 06:56 PM
Gladiator - sword fight threads jogged my memory.

Quikfeet509
6th March 09, 06:58 PM
8mm


What the frack?

TheLordHumungus
6th March 09, 09:29 PM
What the frack?

Dude, 8mm was awesome. Where else do you get the catharsis of seeing a sick rapist piece of shit pistol-whipped to death by the protagonist?

nihilist
6th March 09, 10:01 PM
Grindhouse
Evil Dead 2
Home Movie
Omega Man
Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls
Airplane!
Anchorman
Iron Giant
Death Race 2000
Scarface
Kentucky Fried Movie
Blade
Blade 2
This Is Spinal Tap
RHPS
Good, Bad, Ugly
Wizard Of Oz
Pumping Iron
Glengarry GlenRoss
Clockwork Orange

That's all I can think of right now.

socratic
7th March 09, 04:03 PM
Zatoichi [with Beat Takeshi]
Yojimbo
Invincible Shaolin
The Young Master
Drunken Master 1 & 2
All the Police Story movies
I could stand to watch Rush Hour 1 again.
Fist of Legend
Fearless [though I don't think it's rewatchable as the next on the list]
Hero
Danny the Dog/Unleashed
Ong-Bak
Reservoir Dogs ["How many dicks is that? A lot."]
Jacob's Ladder

Halfrican
10th March 09, 02:10 AM
Since we are picking more than 1:

Pulp Fiction
The Big Lebowski
Fight Club
V for Vendetta
The Matrix
The Empire Strikes Back
Mallrats
Clerks
American Beauty
300(HAAR!!)
The Princess Bride
Terminator 2
Superbad

Halfrican
10th March 09, 02:11 AM
Reservoir Dogs ["How many dicks is that? A lot."]


It is actually 12

nihilist
10th March 09, 02:16 AM
Uh, I believe it was nine.

nihilist
10th March 09, 02:18 AM
http://209.85.173.132/search?q=cache:Um8Y6nvQkoMJ:www.imdb.com/title/tt0105236/+reservoir+dogs+quotes+dick&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us

Steve
10th March 09, 02:19 AM
Clerks

Clerks 2 is right up there with it, IMO.

nihilist
10th March 09, 02:26 AM
Rosario made it impossible to tell whether the movie was good or not.

Steve
10th March 09, 02:28 AM
I'd bang the hell out of her, what do you mean?

nihilist
10th March 09, 02:29 AM
That's exactly what I mean. I couldn't concentrate on anything besides her.

Steve
10th March 09, 02:35 AM
Ah, good man. I recommend watching it again. Don't worry about the plot, I can always look at her for any reason.

billy sol hurok
10th March 09, 08:06 AM
http://i164.photobucket.com/albums/u5/kylermcdonley/dawson.gif

KhorneliusPraxx
10th March 09, 08:24 AM
She is the only reason to watch it...just loop her dancing on the roof and ignore the rest of it.

nihilist
10th March 09, 11:02 AM
Your crassness is rather disturbing I daresay.

Quikfeet509
10th March 09, 06:46 PM
Clerks 2 is right up there with it, IMO.



Fail.


Clerks II never existed in my perfect new world (and neither did Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back).

Steve
10th March 09, 06:54 PM
Fail.


Clerks II never existed in my perfect new world (and neither did Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back).

Heartless bastard (though I agree about J & S).

Spade: The Real Snake
10th March 09, 07:03 PM
I'll never forget the Kevin Smith Blog entry:

Jason Biggs and James Van Der Beek are Comic Geniuses.

partyboy
12th March 09, 09:33 PM
someone just reminded me of another...


kHoSREV3bos

what's your boggle?

Kiko
15th March 09, 04:42 PM
Aaranar reminded me to watch The Quiet Man a few times.
It'll be on sometime somewhere in the next few days if you don't have a copy.

mrblackmagic
15th March 09, 10:54 PM
V for Vendetta

Koyaanisqatsi
Powaqatsi
Nakoyaquatsi (I damn near forgot about these movies until I saw the Watchmen)

SoulMechanic
15th March 09, 11:24 PM
http://i263.photobucket.com/albums/ii145/dirtdame/Repo-Man-DVD.jpg
Always intense.

Harpy
16th March 09, 07:41 AM
http://www.lostatsea.net/LAS/archives/features/cinema/zatoichi/zatoichi_ban.gif

Neildo
16th March 09, 11:32 AM
i could watch takeshi kitano movies all day every day. throw some mxc in there and i don't need to watch anything else, except top gear.

my takeshi kitano tribute thread: http://www.sociocide.com/forums/showthread.php?t=46862

bob
16th March 09, 03:06 PM
Inspired by my earlier answer I downloaded The Great Escape and watched it on the ipod over the course of a few days. It was awesome still.

EuropIan
16th March 09, 03:55 PM
Whenever this movie is on, I watch it.

oYvyiruWzYo

Zendetta
16th March 09, 07:01 PM
^^^ great movie.

nihilist
17th March 09, 12:25 AM
I just watched that movie a few days ago.

I was going to watch Futureworld tonight but my wife insisted that we watch Rize instead.

WarPhalange
17th March 09, 01:47 AM
I think I mentioned this already, but Big Trouble in Little China is my all-time favorite movie and I could watch it over and over.

nihilist
17th March 09, 01:51 AM
That's one I have never watched all the way through.

...Netflix.

WarPhalange
17th March 09, 02:10 AM
It's classic 80's cheesy awesomeness which also includes a parody of 80's cheesy awesomeness. It's funny without forcing gags down your throat, and it's action without taking itself too seriously.

Also, it has magic!!

nihilist
17th March 09, 02:29 AM
Well you know I have no problem with cheezy humor.

WarPhalange
17th March 09, 02:45 AM
No, the humor isn't cheesy, just the whole atmosphere. The humor is timeless.

nihilist
17th March 09, 02:55 AM
I saw quite a bit of it, actually. It's a good blend of goofy, drama. action, etc.

Pure John Carpenter.

BTW, THEY LIVE

WarPhalange
17th March 09, 04:33 AM
Best fight scene, ever.

jkdbuck76
19th March 09, 11:50 AM
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Bladerunner (any version)
Road Warrior
Braveheart
Aliens
Empire Strikes Back
Walk The Line
Airplane!
Pulp Fiction
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Star Trek: First Contact
Spaceballs

Pooploops: Big Trouble In Little China ROCKS!

Spade: The Real Snake
19th March 09, 11:58 AM
You speak of John Carpenter yet not mention
<------------------

nihilist
19th March 09, 01:52 PM
Escape>Carpenter

Zendetta
19th March 09, 03:49 PM
I think I mentioned this already, but Big Trouble in Little China is my all-time favorite movie and I could watch it over and over.

I take back half of all the bad things I ever said about you.

The Thing is probably my favorite Carpenter movie, but he's had a lot of great ones.

partyboy
19th March 09, 04:37 PM
I take back half of all the bad things I ever said about you.

The Thing is probably my favorite Carpenter movie, but he's had a lot of great ones.


RANDOM THING MUSIC POST!


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(plus it has GI JOES!!!)

Zendetta
19th March 09, 05:26 PM
^^^ Seen it before, totally awesome.

WarPhalange
19th March 09, 05:32 PM
You speak of John Carpenter yet not mention
<------------------

I've never actually seen either of the Escape movies. One of these days I'll have to.

Zendetta
19th March 09, 05:51 PM
If you do, you'll want a car with chandeliers.

KhorneliusPraxx
19th March 09, 10:46 PM
I just asked Mrs. Praxx and she said Rat Race, Steal Magnolias, Beaches.

I have to admit that I can watch Rat Race again and again...but I am ashamed of the other two.

nihilist
19th March 09, 10:57 PM
I just asked Mrs. Praxx ...

http://i130.photobucket.com/albums/p272/moleculo_9000/nelson_ha_ha.jpg

Zendetta
20th March 09, 01:13 PM
I once told KP that I could predict his wife's menstrual cycle by the movies he reviewed/was forced to watch.

OZZ
25th March 09, 09:34 PM
Sudden Impact
Dirty Harry
Unforgiven

OZZ
25th March 09, 09:35 PM
I've never actually seen either of the Escape movies. One of these days I'll have to.

Escape from LA sucks big time..Escape From NY is a classic.

Harpy
25th March 09, 11:49 PM
3:10 to Yuma (with Russell Crowe and Christian Bale)

nihilist
25th March 09, 11:56 PM
I loved 3:10.

I don't think I would watch it again though. Maybe if I was gay for Crowe & Bale it might be different.

It's like The Usual Suspects. Once you know learn that Verbal is Keyser Söze the whole suspense thing goes right out the window.

Zendetta
26th March 09, 05:36 PM
3:10 was tight. I've got Appaloosa netflix'd at home but havn't watched it yet.

KhorneliusPraxx
27th March 09, 08:30 AM
I liked both...alot.

if any of you haven't seen the original 3:10 to Yuma...give it a tumble. It is fabulous.

Spade: The Real Snake
27th March 09, 10:09 AM
I like seeing the presence of old Clint Eastwood movies on this site.

I used to watch his old westerns and 70s/80s cop movies regularly.

I recently forced my wife and son to watch High Plains Drifter, and will be screening Hang Em High, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and Fistful of Dollars and For A Few Dollars More.

And underrated goodie:

The Gauntlet.

Zendetta
27th March 09, 01:12 PM
Zardoz and Excalibur.

Boorman rocks.

Spade: The Real Snake
27th March 09, 01:49 PM
Excalibur.
ARE YOU MAD?
THE ALLIANCE!

Zendetta
27th March 09, 01:54 PM
I must have her!

You don't understand, you're not a man!

Mas
27th March 09, 02:55 PM
DaDo9PyCeLQ

:)

billy sol hurok
27th March 09, 05:20 PM
XFLwJpW6cDw

OZZ
29th March 09, 05:47 PM
I like seeing the presence of old Clint Eastwood movies on this site.

I used to watch his old westerns and 70s/80s cop movies regularly.

I recently forced my wife and son to watch High Plains Drifter, and will be screening Hang Em High, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and Fistful of Dollars and For A Few Dollars More.

And underrated goodie:

The Gauntlet.

If you are a Clint fan and have not already seen this old gem, check out - White Hunter Black Heart. Its not a cop movie or a Western, but its one of his best performances and a subtle, but excellent film.

partyboy
20th October 10, 07:03 PM
If you are a Clint fan and have not already seen this old gem, check out - White Hunter Black Heart. Its not a cop movie or a Western, but its one of his best performances and a subtle, but excellent film.

Heartbreak Ridge.

SoulMechanic
20th October 10, 09:34 PM
http://i84.photobucket.com/albums/k5/YoungFreud/Repo-Man-DVD.jpg

Neildo
20th October 10, 09:39 PM
that movie has a kickass soundtrack. awesome flick.

i'm downloading the bourne trilogy and best of the best 1 and 2 LOL

SoulMechanic
20th October 10, 11:55 PM
I met this dude once in a chatroom when I was 16 and he sent me a mint condition double vinyl LP of the RepoMan sound track that he had spotted day before in a thrift store. Dude was cool enough to go back the next day and pick it up for me. In return he had me to send him a Hooters t-shirt. I guess they don't have Hooters in Australia.

Spade: The Real Snake
21st October 10, 05:45 AM
Heartbreak Ridge.
the first half of Heartbreak Ridge.

partyboy
21st October 10, 07:49 AM
the first half of Heartbreak Ridge.

true... for whatever reason I seem to tune out the whole invasion part. at least until the colonel shows up at the end

OZZ
21st October 10, 08:15 AM
Clint Eastwood fans..if you have not seen it already, try to find a movie called 'White Hunter, Black Heart' it was directed by Clint and he stars in it as well. Its about the filming of the movie 'The African Queen' and the Director's obsession with bagging an Elephant while on location in Africa.
Its one of his lesser known movies and has some great sequences..overall its a bit shaky, but still well worth watching.

As far as movies you can watch over and over..one of those for me is definitely Carpenter's remake of 'The Thing'..as well as 'Unforgiven'.
Maybe 'Gladiator' and '300' too..

OZZ
21st October 10, 08:17 AM
http://i84.photobucket.com/albums/k5/YoungFreud/Repo-Man-DVD.jpg

Great movie..there's a tin box collector's edition DVD of this one out there if you are a huge fan and go in for that sort of thing.

Spade: The Real Snake
21st October 10, 08:25 AM
Great movie..there's a tin box collector's edition DVD of this one out there if you are a huge fan and go in for that sort of thing.
d00d you gotta tell him it's shaped like a license plate!


Clint Eastwood fans..if you have not seen it already, try to find a movie called 'White Hunter, Black Heart' it was directed by Clint and he stars in it as well. Its about the filming of the movie 'The African Queen' and the Director's obsession with bagging an Elephant while on location in Africa.
Its one of his lesser known movies and has some great sequences..overall its a bit shaky, but still well worth watching.

His voice really annoyed me in this film.

SoulMechanic
21st October 10, 08:45 AM
I have the collectors addition that's shaped like a license plate!!! It also comes with a kick ass digitally remastered soundtrack cd.

Robot Jesus
21st October 10, 06:02 PM
have I mentioned highlander yet. I always wished they made a sequel. but the spin off TV, the one movie biased on that, and the anime where good.

but there is no sequel.

partyboy
21st October 10, 06:25 PM
have I mentioned highlander yet. I always wished they made a sequel. but the spin off TV, the one movie biased on that, and the anime where good.

but there is no sequel.

this is true.

partyboy
22nd October 10, 03:55 PM
Conan the Mutherfukin' Barbarian.

I put it on the same level as Citizen Kane.

OBGOQ7SsJrw



Total Recall

ej3Szj6WcCY

Kein Haar
22nd October 10, 04:49 PM
City of god.
Matrix.
Before sunrise/before sunset.
The dreamers.
Cashback.

Hay, what is City of God about??

Neildo
22nd October 10, 05:37 PM
i forgot you felt that way about the running man steev. i don't know if we can be friends anymore.

HappyOldGuy
22nd October 10, 07:50 PM
I have the collectors addition that's shaped like a license plate!!! It also comes with a kick ass digitally remastered soundtrack cd.

8JFYGW0epaw

As life roars by you in a blur, you keep mumuring a dirty word.

Spade: The Real Snake
23rd October 10, 05:37 AM
Hay, what is City of God about??
excellent pick-up.

Kiko
24th October 10, 10:19 AM
Goodfellas. Just watched most of it again....

Ajamil
25th October 10, 06:27 PM
Has Forrest Gump been hit?

Forrest Gump.
http://listverse.files.wordpress.com/2010/06/forrest-gump-feather.jpg?w=400&h=255

Neildo
26th October 10, 01:17 AM
Whenever this movie is on, I watch it.

oYvyiruWzYo

^^^ great movie.

I just watched that movie a few days ago.

I was going to watch Futureworld tonight but my wife insisted that we watch Rize instead.

I thought i had read everything michael chricton had ever written but i'd never seen or heard of these. pretty sure these pre-date andromeda strain which i thought was his first book and is as old as i am. thank you guys for tuning me in to this stuff because i have been missing out.

Steve
26th October 10, 01:35 AM
i forgot you felt that way about the running man steev. i don't know if we can be friends anymore.

If you have read the books and have compared them to the movies, you would know what is superior. Sorry, it was out of context for the thread, my book love of SK slipped in.

I do agree that as a movie that you can watch for the hell of it, yes.

Neildo
26th October 10, 01:51 AM
i have read the richard bachman short story.i prefer the AHNOLD version.

Neildo
26th October 10, 01:54 AM
and for the hell of it, i'm downloading it. and robocop.

Steve
26th October 10, 02:19 AM
Touche', they all run together for me. King is one of my favorite authors.

Doritosaurus Chex
26th October 10, 11:24 AM
and for the hell of it, i'm downloading it. and robocop.

http://www.sociocide.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1388348&postcount=108

OZZ
26th October 10, 03:36 PM
Last night I was thinking about it and I realized that 'The Lost Boys' is another movie that I really can't get sick of for whatever reason.
Since I like to collect DVD's..its important to get movies with replay value. Some movies, like one's with a twist ending, have little to no replay value. Movies like 'The Others' and 'Identity' are great the first time around, but really not worth owning ..at least in my opinion. Although it is fun to watch movies like that with someone who hasn't seen them before.

The other night we watched an interesting one that Angelika's brother downloaded for us called 'Valhalla Rising' (2009). It is a Scottish production, I believe. A very dark, brutal story about some God-fearing Vikings and their strange journey to the New World with a one-eyed warrior they encounter in the Highlands of Scotland.
Neat film.Strange..but very neat.One that would likely slip under the radar of most North American moviegoers..so if you get a chance to check it out, do it.

mrblackmagic
26th October 10, 07:44 PM
Hellraiser
Slither
Halloween (Zombie's version)
Cold Mountain
Punisher Warzone



Last night I was thinking about it and I realized that 'The Lost Boys' is another movie that I really can't get sick of for whatever reason.
Since I like to collect DVD's..its important to get movies with replay value. Some movies, like one's with a twist ending, have little to no replay value. Movies like 'The Others' and 'Identity' are great the first time around, but really not worth owning ..at least in my opinion. Although it is fun to watch movies like that with someone who hasn't seen them before.

The other night we watched an interesting one that Angelika's brother downloaded for us called 'Valhalla Rising' (2009). It is a Scottish production, I believe. A very dark, brutal story about some God-fearing Vikings and their strange journey to the New World with a one-eyed warrior they encounter in the Highlands of Scotland.
Neat film.Strange..but very neat.One that would likely slip under the radar of most North American moviegoers..so if you get a chance to check it out, do it.

Pushups. Both movies are completely tits.

Zendetta
26th October 10, 08:13 PM
Valhalla Rising is fucking amazing.

OZZ
26th October 10, 08:15 PM
Valhalla Rising is fucking amazing.

A bit of a hidden gem, eh? Yes, more people need to see it..its really cool.

OZZ
26th October 10, 08:17 PM
Hellraiser
Slither
Halloween (Zombie's version)
Cold Mountain
Punisher Warzone




Pushups. Both movies are completely tits.

Did you like Zombie's 'Halloween 2' as well?

mrblackmagic
28th October 10, 06:41 PM
Did you like Zombie's 'Halloween 2' as well?

No. No, I didn't.

Ajamil
28th October 10, 06:51 PM
I saw Valhalla Rising. Not a fan. Might need some in depth review and another watch - perhaps just not what I was expecting.

What about comedies? I don't consider many of them replayable, but there are a few - mostly by director. Mel Brooks: Blazing Saddles, History of the World Part One. Monty Python: Various sketches and Life of Brian (Sorry - completely done with Holy Grail. I can laugh at specific jokes, but the whole movie is done for me.) Original Pink Panther: One and three mainly, but two is good as well. Airplane 1 & 2 in light doses.

OZZ
1st November 10, 03:18 PM
No. No, I didn't.

Me either...He tried a different approach with all the dream imagery and symbolism, but it didn't really work.
I think Rob Zombie is a very talented filmmaker though.

partyboy
1st November 10, 03:37 PM
I saw Valhalla Rising. Not a fan. Might need some in depth review and another watch - perhaps just not what I was expecting.

someone can explain the ending to that for me... the gf and I thought it was retarded

Neildo
1st November 10, 07:22 PM
The Hunter with steve mcqueen. i watched it twice in a row yesterday.

resolve
8th November 10, 11:50 PM
This thread has solved my problem of an empty Netflix queue.

jkdbuck76
9th November 10, 12:09 AM
The Road Warrior
Raiders of the Lost Ark
The Empire Strikes Back
Young Frankenstein
Waterboy
Fist of Legend
A Fish Called Wanda
LOTR Two Towers (theater and extended version)
Star Trek II
Star Trek First Contact
Yellowbeard (I watched it at least 20 times as a young child)
The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
and finally..
frikin' BLADE RUNNER

Steve
9th November 10, 12:12 AM
The Road Warrior
Raiders of the Lost Ark
The Empire Strikes Back
Young Frankenstein
Waterboy
Fist of Legend
A Fish Called Wanda
LOTR Two Towers (theater and extended version)
Star Trek II
Star Trek First Contact
Yellowbeard (I watched it at least 20 times as a young child)
The Good, The Bad and the Ugly
and finally..
frikin' BLADE RUNNER

This list should be a requirement for anyone who calls themselves a man.

SoulMechanic
9th November 10, 12:17 AM
Yeah cause a fish called wanda and waterboy are the epitome of manliness.

jkdbuck76
9th November 10, 12:20 AM
Kevin Klein (IU grad) stole the show.

Steve
9th November 10, 12:21 AM
Yeah cause a fish called wanda and waterboy are the epitome of manliness.

Okay, so someone's not secure in their manhood.

jkdbuck76
9th November 10, 12:30 AM
Not to mention Jamie Leigh Curtis' huge....eyes.

Steve
9th November 10, 12:34 AM
And fuck yeah, the Waterboy is manly.

VSulFZ7XJ1U

BEST. ADAM. SANDLER. MOVIE. EVAR.

Fairy XXXmas
9th November 10, 12:35 AM
This list should be a requirement for anyone who calls themselves a man.

Bullshit. Die Hard isn't on it.

SoulMechanic
9th November 10, 12:38 AM
I hate movies about that there damn foosball.

partyboy
9th November 10, 12:39 AM
Bullshit. Die Hard isn't on it.

and no Old Yeller.

Steve
9th November 10, 12:42 AM
Those are no brainers, I have them on VHS.

Steve
9th November 10, 12:43 AM
Besides, it's a list, no one said it couldn't be added to.

Nasreal
9th November 10, 12:45 AM
VHS? You're dating yourself there. Nowadays you might as well say beta-max for all it means to younger kids. In a few more years nobody will fucking remember VHS tapes. I still have a trunk(no not in my car, I mean a box) full of VHS tapes. Maybe some day they'll be rare enough to be worth something. haha

Steve
9th November 10, 12:50 AM
Dating myself? You're dating yourself, n00b. I see how it is, now that you have free reign of your avatar, you're trying to back stab me.

Nasreal
9th November 10, 01:01 AM
Dating myself? You're dating yourself, n00b. I see how it is, now that you have free reign of your avatar, you're trying to back stab me.
Does having control of my avatar grant me some power I was unaware of? I didn't say I wasn't also dating myself. I can still feel young at work though, when someone hands me a credit card and I see "member since: 5/86" and i'm like LULZ you've had that credit card longer than I been alive.

Steve
9th November 10, 01:05 AM
No, that should make you feel like less than a fetus, not young.

billy sol hurok
9th November 10, 08:09 AM
I can still feel young at work though, when someone hands me a credit card and I see "member since: 5/86" and i'm like LULZ you've had that credit card longer than I been alive.

And he's all like: "I said PAPER not PLASTIC, Sparkey."

</member since 85>

Kiko
9th November 10, 02:46 PM
*flings vinyl 45's around like ninja stars, hitting all the kids who don't know what they are*

If you're gonna date yourself.. DO IT already!

hegs
10th November 10, 12:24 PM
Midnight Run

Nasreal
10th November 10, 03:29 PM
*flings vinyl 45's around like ninja stars, hitting all the kids who don't know what they are*

If you're gonna date yourself.. DO IT already!
I require either the instruments for carbon dating, or a clone of myself, depending on the context you were going for.

resolve
10th November 10, 06:25 PM
Legionnaire
Envy
The Life Aquatic
Gladiator
Mirrormask
The Illusionist

jkdbuck76
11th November 10, 07:40 AM
Question: I mentioned Bladerunner a few pages back. Does it matter to you all which version?

Fairy XXXmas
11th November 10, 07:55 AM
Question: I mentioned Bladerunner a few pages back. Does it matter to you all which version?

I thought we all assumed "Director's Cut".

Nasreal
11th November 10, 08:02 AM
Legionnaire
Envy
The Life Aquatic
Gladiator
Mirrormask
The Illusionist
This movie sucked horse testicles

Steve
11th November 10, 11:01 AM
I thought we all assumed "Director's Cut".

Absolutely.

Spade: The Real Snake
11th November 10, 12:09 PM
Legionnaire
WTF?
You picked one of the worst Van Damme movies in like....forever.


Envy
I hate Jack Black almost as much as I hate Stiller.


The Life Aquatic
Nassy got that one....SCUBA STEEV


Gladiator
It's about time you got something right.


Mirrormask
Gaiman and company....OK.
Pan's Labyrinth did it a little better tho


The Illusionist
I liked the Prestige better.

Fairy XXXmas
11th November 10, 12:11 PM
The Prestige had Nikola Tesla in it. Thus, it was automatically better.

resolve
11th November 10, 01:50 PM
The Prestige was a better movie. However, it's biggest draw was the surprise ending. Once you've seen it a few times, it loses that "watch anytime anywhere" vibe...

Legionnaire is one of the only Van Damme movies I can stomach besides JCVD and Universal Soldier and that one he's a cajun in (I forget). It's simple, has some decent action, isn't pretentious in any way/shape/form, and actually has a decent storyline (even if the movie isn't the best). It's a good "let's put something on to go to sleep to" movie. I did that last night actually.

Envy is one of the only movies I like Jack Black in (that and Orange County)... they really are his only two characters he does and at least these movies were both original.

I also love Pan's Labyrinth but must be in the mood to watch it. Mirrormask is an anytime thing.



Also, add Black Snake Moan to the list as well as Amelie. I would've gone for Le Pacte des Loupes as well but for some reason native american kung fu bothers me enough to make it a "mood film".

Neildo
12th November 10, 12:41 PM
This movie sucked horse testicles

two words: Bill Murray. don't make me neg rep you

partyboy
12th November 10, 01:12 PM
two words: Bill Murray. don't make me neg rep you

that same year he also did the voice-over for Garfield....

I'd say that he took the year off

Steve
12th November 10, 01:36 PM
Somebody probably already mentioned The Crow. I thought of it again since I watched it this past weekend as part of my quarterly viewing of the film.

Neildo
13th November 10, 12:38 AM
i was watching rapid fire for the umpteenth time yesterday. R.I.P Bruce and Brandon :(

crow is good but not my favorite. best brandon lee movie is showdown in little tokyo