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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by DarkShade1989, Apr 27, 2003.
How old are you radx?
i think the first one is the best anyways.
Hmm, I can never think of them all, but here's my list from off the top of my head. In no particular order:
Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Ghost in the Shell
Full Metal Jacket
The Indiana Jones Trilogy
There are so many more... I watch too many movies.
No, but I might be confusing something here...
Glory by James Horner. Not too popular, but an excellent movie, with one of the most beautiful and dramatic scenes I've ever watched.
Kelly's Heroes, loves the war movies. Also loves the Charlton Heston's Ben Hur.
Kelly's heroes was great.
Kharn I thought Darko was pretty well-directed, given that half of the really important stuff was hacked out before theatrical release. If you haven't already, I suggest you check out the website.
The Day After
Rosencratz and Guildenstern Are Dead (DVD a must!, and read play if tienes the time)
Slaughterhouse-5 (my favorite book)
Army of Darkness
The Big Lebowski
O Brother, Where Art Thou
Fight Club (popularity disappointing, but astoundingly close to the fine novel)
Gangs of New York
The Big Dance (Just Kidding!, for Christ's sake)
The Road Warrior
Blade Runner (Read Do Android's Dream of Electric Sheep, one of the trippiest books ever)
Minority Report (Read the short story by Philip K. Dick)
Night of the Living Dead
Dawn of the Dead
Hudsucker Proxy (Coen Brothers, YEAH!)
Requiem for a Dream
A Clockwork Orange (book also very awesome)
2001: A Space Odyssey (also, book)
The Thin Red Line
Cool, welcome Deliverator 8)
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I like a lot of films. The ones I could watch a few times after each other would be donnie darko, batman (1969), blues brothers, army of darkness, taxi driver and uh...fight club.
I haven't seen citizen kane.
I wouldn't say clockwork orange is that great. Mabye at the time it was better, but now it seems pretty tame. I'm also not basing my favourites if they have had better movies since, or because of things linked to them.
And the fight club book is pretty bad and the movie is a lot better in my opinion.
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Fight Club is one of the few films that is better than the book.
Have you read A Clockwork Orange, Megatron? I think it's better than the movie, but I like the movie a lot.
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your seeing it as something its not.
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I think most of us like cult films, I don't see fast and the faggots in anyones list or something DD
Full Metal Jacket
Once Were Warriors
Nightmare Before Christmas
The only thing that I really saw that was very different between the novel Fight Club and the film was the ending, and opinions vary pretty wildly on that. For example, Chuck Palahniuk, the author, felt that the ending was changed for the better, but I like the book ending better.
Also, Clockwork Orange's ending was changed from the original text. Actually, the book was altered by the American publisher, who deleted the last chapter, and then Stan Kubrick made the film off of the altered version.
Anthony Burgess didn't really like that, and the true ending is more optimistic than pedantically pessismistc.
Without posting a long list, I'd probably say that Apocalypse Now. the Godfather movies, and various Kurosawa flicks (Yojimbo, Seven Samurai, Ran) belong at the top.
"Desperate Living" makes my top ten. The first 10 minutes of it is my favorite scene ever put on film, and the rest is completely over-the-top funny as well. Can't think of any other cult films that would make my top ten at the moment, although other John Waters movies come really close.
Edit: just remembered - "Bottle Rocket" would be in my top-ten as well. I don't know how "cult" it is now with Wes Anderson's success, but for a long time no one I knew ever heard of it.