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These were the films suggested on the old post. does anyone have any to add to this list???

the pianist - roman polanski
american psycho 2
Saving Private Ryan
Leon
The Godfather
The Shawshank Redemption
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - Sergio Leone's
Braveheart
Armageddon
The Sixth Sense
Lord of the rings triology
Citizen Kane
Cinema Paradiso
freddy vs jason
the matrix
matrix reloaded
Lilya 4-ever
con air
A.I
Romeo & Juliet
Amelie
Run Lola Run
Anastasia
High Fidelity
Flight of the Navigator
Chariots of Fire
Italian Job
Longtime Companion
one flew over the cuckoo's nest

Come on people, you must have some better films than these.
The rules are one film per person and it must be your favourite film ever
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one only? jeez, that's tough.

I think I'll have to say Pulp Fiction.
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Only one? That's not fair!

I'll say The English Patient, cos it's not on there yet.
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Goodfellas.
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(Original post by will1y2)
These were the films suggested on the old post. does anyone have any to add to this list???

the pianist - roman polanski
american psycho 2
Saving Private Ryan
Leon
The Godfather
The Shawshank Redemption
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - Sergio Leone's
Braveheart
Armageddon
The Sixth Sense
Lord of the rings triology
Citizen Kane
Cinema Paradiso
freddy vs jason
the matrix
matrix reloaded
Lilya 4-ever
con air
A.I
Romeo & Juliet
Amelie
Run Lola Run
Anastasia
High Fidelity
Flight of the Navigator
Chariots of Fire
Italian Job
Longtime Companion
one flew over the cuckoo's nest

Come on people, you must have some better films than these.
The rules are one film per person and it must be your favourite film ever
only decent films in that list areCuckoo's Nest, Good Bad Ugly and Run Lola Run, the rest are terrible (Kane is watchable, only once though)

best films ever:

Glory
Gettysburg
Elephant Man
All Quiet on the Western Front
Nosferatu
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
Forbidden Planet
The Day the Earth Stood Still
Woman in Black
12 Angry Men
Drugstore Cowboy
Evil Dead 2
Manhunter
Plan 9 from Outer Space
Barry Lyndon
Psycho
House on Haunted Hill (1959)

what do you guys think ? lol
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fight club
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yes that's a good film also - but wil1y2's list of film is shockingly baddddddd
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The Birds
Marnie
Sabrina
Breakfast at Tiffanys
I love old films.
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ugghh i forget what it was called but the US accidently nuked russia or someone so they had to nuke NY city in return. Very old, very good. I personally love the LOTR movies as well.
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I personnaly love very many movies but over the past few years i would have to say the lotr movies (but the books are better)
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This is hard, my shortlist would have to be;
Silence of the Lambs,
Breakfast at Tiffany's (I love it when a plan comes together hehee),
The Birds,
and the Japanese version of The Ring
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Oooh and La Haine, the only reason i took french back up. Don't give me that Amelie crap, that film wasn't as good as his others
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Oooh and Bunel and Dali films...they were good. La Chien Andalou...fantastic....
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(Original post by Danithestudent)
This is hard, my shortlist would have to be;
Silence of the Lambs,
Breakfast at Tiffany's (I love it when a plan comes together hehee),
The Birds,
and the Japanese version of The Ring
u really like the japanese version ... i didnt like it at all (no affence)
it wasnt as scary as the other version and it made no scence to me (it might have been the subtitles that got me)
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(Original post by lotrobsessed524)
u really like the japanese version ... i didnt like it at all (no affence)
it wasnt as scary as the other version and it made no scence to me (it might have been the subtitles that got me)
it wasn't so blatant, but it made it so it carried on. The American ring was a kind of happy ending,ie. you just had to copy it...in the hapanese one in order to stop the curse from killing the kid in the japanese version they showed it to his grandad and he died!!! You had to copy it and show it to someone The American one and Ring 2 made me sooo scared.
The only film that has realllly scared me though was Cannibal Holocaust
I love foreign films, i dunno why it just makes me feel cultured etc. Especially early surrealism, that stuff is fantastic!!!

Btw I met a guy on holiday who was in Chariots of Fire, his little girl was pretending to be a dog called Bobby for 3 days. They were soo nice
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Saving Private Ryan
The Godfather
The Shawshank Redemption
Braveheart
The Sixth Sense
Lord of the rings trilogy
Citizen Kane
the matrix Series
Amelie
one flew over the cuckoo's nest
To Kill a Mocking bird
Ben Hurr
Gone with the Wind
Schindler's List
Little Women
Breakfast at Tiffany's
The Ring
The SIlence of the Lambs
Chicago
Troy

Thats what id put on there.
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Saving Private Ryan -Good, funny there were no Brits in it and like 4 French people
The Godfather- VVV good
The Shawshank Redemption -found it hard to get into
Braveheart -Historically inaccurate and another one ****ging off the english
The Sixth Sense -Sketchy yet good
Lord of the rings trilogy -Books were better
Citizen Kane -VVVVV good
the matrix Series -meh first one i liked
Amelie -not as good as his other films
one flew over the cuckoo's nest -Beautiful film, soooo good
To Kill a Mocking bird -V good book still better
Ben Hurr -Haven't seen it
Gone with the Wind -Scarlett O'hara...ahhhh
Schindler's List-that film was beautiful and makes me cry SOOOO much
Little Women -Oh I loved that book
Breakfast at Tiffany's _Yayyyyyy
The Ring -I like that film a LOT
The SIlence of the Lambs -Is it just me that finds hannibal lecter scaryingly rather desirable? Nope? just me
Chicago -I like to sing along
Troy -Not seen it yet


I'd like to add Girl, Interrupted...totally identifiable with that film!
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oooh and get Carter and clockwork orange and traffic and the limey and all other steven soderbergh films....
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Troy -Not seen it yet
neither, but ive read the Illiad countless times, and its really really cool... seen a whole lot of stuf form it and promises to be good.

Girl Interrupted: Thankyou i was trying to think of what it was!
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Girl, Interrupted is a very important film and book to me. When I was 15 I was diagnosed with BPD and everything about Suzanna is me....even down to career choice etc. It was so freaking scary
And Red from that 70's show is in it
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