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1.Wristcutters: A Love story
2. Almost Famous
3. Rockstar
4.Godfather 1-3
5. Starwars Episodes 1-6

In no particular order:

Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
Goodfellas
Band of Brothers (the HBO MiniSeries)
Tombstone
A Bridge Too Far http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075784/

1. Dawn of the Dead,(2003 remake)
2. Donnie Darko
3. Idiocracy
4. Krull
5. Kill Bill (1-2)

i own about 110 DVDs that I like equaly, but those are top 5 right off hand,close runners up would be LOTR triliogy, Zatoichi,Resivoir Dogs,Anchor Man. etc. etc.

Mine in no particular order:

1. The Lord of the Rings Series
2. The Star Wars Series
3. The James Bond Series
4. Underworld
5. Dodgeball

Seeing these answers....I need to add the 007 movies and evil dead series to my list.

Top five, hmmmm...tough to pick just five. But heres some off the top of my head:

1. Heat - (Best firefight in any movie, BEGS for surround sound!)

2. Time bandits - (Dunno why, just can't quit watching that movie.)

3. The Natural - (Everytime its on TV, I stop flippin' channels and watch it to the end)

4. Bullitt - (110mph thru downtown San Francisco with Steve McQueen...nuff said.)

5. Terminator - (Just the first one. "Your clothes...give them to me...now." lol)

Shizzie WTF?!?! Krull? I saw that in the theater, nice pull man!

(I still want my own Glaive) Photobucket

In no order

1. Hackers (I must have watched it like 50 times atleast.)
2. The Pristege ( I was blown away by the ending )
3. Matrix Series ( *Shrugs* meh )
4. Army of Darkness (all of them)
5. Equilibrium - (new favorite I could think of after seeing it recently and this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bGqnK0mFq4 )

1. Donnie Darko
2. The Warriors
3.Bill and Ted's Bogus Adventure
4.Thank you for Smoking
5. The Pick of Destiny

"Hail to the King baby."

He's a real cool guy in person too.

The Warriors...nice call. Love that movie.

So do I, my mom got me it for Christmas two years ago. She was iffy on buying me it because she thought I didn't like the movie and hadn't seen it before and only wanted it because I had recently bought The Warriors game. She didn't know I use to watch it all the time with my dad. Over-all, a great christmas day movie.:P

No particular order

Koyannisqati
Fast Cheap and Out of Control
The Exorcist
Harold and Kumar go to White Castle
Children of Men

It's hard to pick just 5, but those are the 5 that popped into my mind at the moment.

Stotan:
In no order

1. Hackers (I must have watched it like 50 times atleast.)
2. The Pristege ( I was blown away by the ending )
3. Matrix Series ( *Shrugs* meh )
4. Army of Darkness (all of them)
5. Equilibrium - (new favorite I could think of after seeing it recently and this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bGqnK0mFq4)

hell ya Stotan, Equilibrium is a awsome underground film, the same lead actor who plays Batman now. Its a great movie about Gov. restricting free will.

1. Stalker
2. Children of Men
3. Twelve Monkeys
4. Mad Max Trilogy
5. Six String Samurai

Honorable Mention: Equilibrium, The Prestige, Qatsi series, Baraka, Terminator series

1. Starship Troopers (so bad it's good)
2. The Running man
3. 300
4. Halloween (Rob Zombie remake)
5. Evil Dead series (army of darkness ftw)

mrcheese:
1. Starship Troopers (so bad it's good)
2. The Running man
3. 300
4. Halloween (Rob Zombie remake)
5. Evil Dead series (army of darkness ftw)

Running man? i almost put that in my list, in honor of the fat guy that looks like a christmass tree. Evil Dead dosent even need to be on the list, everyone knows Bruce Campbell
movies are beyond ranking....who else could make smashing plates into your own face seem involuntary? Lastly, that Rob Zombie remake of Halloween is 1 of the most awsomely disturbing films ive ever seen (and own), who woulda thought he could top his 1st film?

Considering his first film was garbage, I was hoping his next would be better.

Devils Rejects wasent very good but I pesonaly enjoyed HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES, then again it basicly cut and pasted Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and thats 1 of my fav movies ever. (that dident make my list ><)

The running man is up there as I just love the book, didn't translate perfectly to a film, but it's still great. Of course Evil Dead is really a given, Bruce Campbell is a god.

And oh yes, I loved the remake of halloween. I just loved how damn creepy it made Michael Myers, he's not just some faceless slasher in Zombie's version, he's a fully fleshed out character. I did love his other 2 as well. House of 1000 corpses was classic B movie slasher stuff and Devil's Rejects had the best ending put to film. FREEBIRD!

incognito...titanic...i-rec...love actually...romeo and juliet. cthese are the films that i would never forget. they come with their respective stories. i gave all of them a thumbs up for their greatness!!!

1. Iron Man
2. Escape From New York
3. Pan's Labyrinth
4. Grosse Point Blank
5. Planes, Trains and Automobiles

I don't know I love movies so it is hard to make a top 5 but these are what I am digging at the momment.

The first 5 that come to mind are:

Nolan's Batman movies
Kill Bill
Maximum Overdrive
the Blade movies
Hostel

MoonPenguin:
Considering his first film was garbage, I was hoping his next would be better.

Garbage my good sir would be C.H.U.D. or Elephant.

Devlor:
The first 5 that come to mind are:

Nolan's Batman movies
Kill Bill
Maximum Overdrive
the Blade movies
Hostel

Maximum Overdrive!

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boybasog:
1.Wristcutters: A Love story
2. Almost Famous
3. Rockstar
4.Godfather 1-3
5. Starwars Episodes 1-6

I would have to agree...Almost Famous is definitely one of my top movies ever!

Joe

LivemeLifefree:

MoonPenguin:
Considering his first film was garbage, I was hoping his next would be better.

Garbage my good sir would be C.H.U.D. or Elephant.

I hope you don't mean Elephant by Gus Van Sant. I found that movie to be very interesting, disturbing, yet hypnotic in a strange twisted kind of way.

leecho7:

LivemeLifefree:

MoonPenguin:
Considering his first film was garbage, I was hoping his next would be better.

Garbage my good sir would be C.H.U.D. or Elephant.

I hope you don't mean Elephant by Gus Van Sant. I found that movie to be very interesting, disturbing, yet hypnotic in a strange twisted kind of way.

While I found it to be incredibly boring and dumb.

Elephant is a great movie (in my personal opinion) because the director, Gus Van Sant, decided not to go the traditional narrative approach on the subject matter. To do so would definitely be exploiting the tragedy the film focuses on.
There is a reason why the film got the top prize in the Cannes Film Festival.

But then again, there is a reason why I wear boxers that depicts Mario holding a mushroom in the crouch opening.

leecho7:
But then again, there is a reason why I wear boxers that depicts Mario holding a mushroom in the crouch opening.

For the lulz?

In no particular order:

Pulp Fiction
Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
The Big Lebowski
Wall-e
Monty Python and the Holy Grail

1. passion of the christ
2. matrix series
3. starwars series
4. the dark knight
5. wall e

ffxfriek:
1. passion of the christ
2. matrix series
3. starwars series
4. the dark knight
5. wall e

Are you kidding me?

Passion of the Christ?

For every movie, at least one person in the world has it has his or her number 1.

Every movie.

But still, The Passion Of The Christ?

Just because you don't like the movie doesn't mean others do.

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