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What is everyones favourite films?
Great Escape.

Green Mile
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1)Gladiator (Watched it on video, downloaded it on my PC, and then bought the DVD and movie soundtrack :cool: )
2)The Godfather (I got the special DVD box set collection, inlcuding directors commentry!!!)
3)Primal fear - Top film

There are others, couldn't be bothered mentioning them.
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(Original post by Expression)
Great Escape.

Green Mile
i like green mile especially mr jennings - the mouse!
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Classics

Lolita
Lola Rennt
Goodbye Lenin
Ameilie
the Matrix
A Beautiful Mind
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(Original post by Bigcnee)
Classics

Lolita
Lola Rennt
Goodbye Lenin
Ameilie
the Matrix
A Beautiful Mind
goodbye lenin. nice one.
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Top Gun
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- A Clockwork Orange
- Psycho
- Fight Club
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- A Clockwork Orange
- Psycho
- Fight Club
You definately like them violent dont you????
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You definately like them violent dont you????
The physical violence is secondary to the psychological element.
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The physical violence is secondary to the psychological element.
To be honest I though Fight Club was overrated.. the only good things about it was Brad Pitt
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To be honest I though Fight Club was overrated.. the only good things about it was Brad Pitt
I enjoyed it - although I can understand the amount of hype surrounding it didn't necessarily reflect it's stature and may not be to all tastes.
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The physical violence is secondary to the psychological element.
The pycshologically damaging element more like!
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The pycshologically damaging element more like!
Not if you're already disturbed.
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hmmm....so many....

city of god
intacto
schleiders list
fight club
shawshank redemption
memento
pulp fiction
kill bill
the usual suspects
donnie darko
leon
to kill a mockingbird
the matrix
seven

comfort film has to be mission impossible, not the second one, thats glorified trash. the first one is a good action movie which i've seen too many times.....
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Indiana Jones Trilogy
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Catch me if you can!

best film ever, definatly
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The Grinch - Its so unbelievably bad its good
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It's a shame older classics haven't been mentioned. So, I'll throw It's A Wonderful Life into the equation.
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The Godfather

but the book is better.
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The sixth sense.
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