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What is your all-time favorite movie?

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  • Started 11 years ago by DYEvahMindMath
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  1. DYEvahMindMath
    DYEvahMindMath
    (26 Posts)

    Admittedly, this is not easy. But I would have to say, on the basis of number of times watched, overall excellence and enjoyment: Amelie.

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  2. Mamma Tell Me
    Mamma Tell Me
    (39 Posts)

    Caddyshack.

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  3. wantsarevolution
    wantsarevolution
    (144 Posts)

    Oh man. Casablanca is my stock answer, but a more truthful answer requires a lot of contemplation. American History X? The new Pride and Prejudice? Rear Window?

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  4. Vittorio_E
    Vittorio_E
    (39 Posts)

    "Grosse Pointe Blank." It's dark, funny, and has a killer soundtrack.

    Both "Amelie" and "Rear Window" are excellent picks though. I haven't seen "Caddyshack" (I know), so I can't really comment.

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  5. TheDoctor
    TheDoctor
    (142 Posts)

    Lars and the Real Girl and Science of Sleep

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  6. trails4
    trails4
    (34 Posts)

    I'm big into Documentaries so I'd have to say: Fast,cheap, and out of control, or any Errol Morris film for that matter. Also Sherman's March, American Movie, and Salesman.

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    harlowe
    (16 Posts)

    Blade Runner, Ghostworld, Rear Window, American Beauty, Rosemary's Baby. Top five.

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  8. atticvatic
    atticvatic
    (18 Posts)

    Jurassic Park
    NOT II or III
    the original JURASSIC PARK

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  9. clashrock11
    clashrock11
    (9 Posts)

    The Man Who Knew Too Little!
    has anybody besides me seen it? bill murray is hilarious.

    second place goes to Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure.

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  10. pixiechickrocks
    pixiechickrocks
    (82 Posts)

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind HANDS DOWN!!! And maybe Garden State

    pixiechickrocks
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    runutsooh
    (6 Posts)

    "The Big Lebowski" by far. that movie is hilarious :D . Then really any other Coen Brother's film

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  12. miss.lisa
    miss.lisa
    (6 Posts)

    The Godfather II, Band of Outsiders, Rushmore and Out Cold. Yeah, Out Cold starring Zach Galifianakis and Jason London.

    My bad.

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  13. TheDoctor
    TheDoctor
    (142 Posts)

    Out Cold is fucking hilarious. I never heard of it till my friend showed it to me on dvd and I was surprised it's not popular.

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    sethkhan
    (7 Posts)

    THE EVIL DEAD

    I Mean Look At His Chin

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  15. fork
    fork
    (1 Posts)

    Stranger Than Fiction. And not just cause Britt did half the soundtrack

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  16. wantsarevolution
    wantsarevolution
    (144 Posts)

    I do love that movie, and I didn't think I would ever even be able to sit through a Will Farrell movie.

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    runutsooh
    (6 Posts)

    yeah Stranger Than Fiction was a pretty good movie, i would have to agree w/ revolution that i didn't think i would be able to sit through a will farrell movie

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  18. TheDoctor
    TheDoctor
    (142 Posts)

    You guys hate will farrell? Anchorman and Elf are hilarious.

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  19. DYEvahMindMath
    DYEvahMindMath
    (26 Posts)

    Well, our sense of music appreciation overlaps a lot more than our sense of humor. :?

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  20. wantsarevolution
    wantsarevolution
    (144 Posts)

    To be fair, I did generally love him on SNL. I mean, there are few funnier impressions on that show than his of Harry Caray or James Lipton.

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  21. TheDoctor
    TheDoctor
    (142 Posts)

    I mean yeah Blades of Glory, Semi-Pro blow but Talledega, Anchorman, Elf are great. He was one of the best cast members on SNL. Him and Andy Samberg I think are the classics.

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  22. wantsarevolution
    wantsarevolution
    (144 Posts)

    Excuse me. Phil Hartman is the only true classic outside the original cast. Andy Samberg is great but he certainly hasn't been there long enough to be a classic yet (although I can't imagine people will ever forget "Dick in a Box").

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  23. danielbritt
    danielbritt
    (9 Posts)

    Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is tied with Hot Fuzz for my favorite movie of all time (so far)

    I Say, Indeed!
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  24. nefarious
    nefarious
    (129 Posts)

    whoever said Ghost World....you are the best, as that is probably mine as well.
    Amelie is awesome, but I wouldn't say it's my favorite.
    Clockwork Orange is amazing too.

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  25. TheDoctor
    TheDoctor
    (142 Posts)

    I don't know about in 20 years if I'll be telling my kids about Andy Samberg but Hot Rod was fucking hilarious. So far he is the only good thing on the shitty SNL show anyways.

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  26. TheUnderdog
    TheUnderdog
    (58 Posts)

    I love Wild Zero. That movie is so whack.

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  27. DYEvahMindMath
    DYEvahMindMath
    (26 Posts)

    nefarious, Clockwork Orange is definitely in my top 10. The best ones demand repeated viewings. The first theater movie I paid to see twice? Airplane!

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  28. TheDoctor
    TheDoctor
    (142 Posts)

    The Dark Knight might be my new favorite one.

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  29. meelsmisao
    meelsmisao
    (35 Posts)

    Good Will Hunting!

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  30. TheDoctor
    TheDoctor
    (142 Posts)

    Good Will Hunting is good. Matt Damon!

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