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Old 05-20-2009, 08:35 AM
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I'll just list some that pop into my head... movies that I will stop and watch again, even if I have them on DVD...

Casablanca
The Thing (1951)
Kung Fu Hustle
Shaolin Soccer
Day the Earth Stood Still
Tampopo
Short Bus
Secretary
Seven Samurai
Dreams
Streets of Fire
Rio Lobo
McKenna's Gold
Duck Soup
Superman I
Jaws
Goke: Bodysnatcher From Hell
Death Race 2000
Any Toho Godzilla movie
Any Ray Harryhausen Movie
Any George Pal movie
Any Hammer movie from the 1960's horror cycle
Any Roger Corman "Poe" movie
Any Gerry Anderson film, Doppleganger, or the Thunderbirds... or even 1999 re-edited into movies...
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Old 05-20-2009, 08:51 AM
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#1- Apocalypse Now
#2- 2001: A Space Odyssey

and in no particular order-

The Wizard of Oz
The Fisher King
Stranger Than Paradise
Citizen Kane
Raging Bull
All That Jazz
Edward Sissorhands
Bladerunner
A Clockwork Orange
Godfathers I&II
Manhattan
A Midsummer's Night Sex Comedy
Miller's Crossing
Fargo
Interiors
various Trek films
8 1/2
Wings of Desire
True Romance
The Incredibles
Resevoir Dogs
Jacob's Ladder
...the list could go on
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Old 05-20-2009, 11:56 PM
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Just My Luck
Kung Fu Panda
The King and I
Madeline
Love Actually
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Old 05-21-2009, 07:40 AM
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  1. Star Trek XI, II, VI, III, IV, V
  2. Star Wars series
  3. Batman Begins/Dark Knight
  4. Watchmen
  5. Sin City
  6. Harry Potter Series
  7. Lord of the Rings series
  8. Iron Man
  9. X-men series including origins
  10. Platoon
  11. The Last Samurai
  12. Hellboy/Hellboy 2
  13. Kung Fu Panda
  14. Green Street
  15. Indiana Jones series
  16. Wanted
  17. A Knights' Tale
  18. The Departed
  19. Anchorman
  20. Fast and Furious series
  21. Smokin Aces
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Old 05-21-2009, 09:51 AM
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What? No Pulp Fiction? It's one of my all-time favs.
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Old 05-21-2009, 11:05 AM
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Other than all things Star Trek, and in no particular order:

The Seventh Voyage Of Sinbad
The Seven Faces Of Doctor Lao
Dragonheart
Dragonslayer
Conan The Barbarian
Fantastic Voyage
Camelot
Planet Of The Apes (Charlton Heston version)
Jason And The Argonauts (Ray Harryhausen version)
Clash Of The Titans
Mysterious Island
20,000 Leagues Under The Sea (Kirk Douglas/Disney version)
Around The World In 80 Days (60's version w/David Niven)
The Guns Of Navarone
Sink The Bismarck!
Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory (Gene Wilder)
Chitty, Chitty, Bang Bang
The Great Race (Tony Curtis/Jack Lemmon)
National Velvet
Shane (Alan Ladd)
The Wolf Man (Lon Chaney Jr.)
Frankenstien (Boris Karloff)
Bride Of Frankenstien (again, Boris)
The Mummy (again Karloff)
Dracula (Lugosi)
The Court Jester (Danny Kaye)
The Wizard Of Oz (Judy Garland)
Godzilla, King Of The Monsters
Anything with John Wayne in it.
Anything with Bruce Lee in it.



There are so many more, but it would take hours to dredge them up in my faulty memory and list them.
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Does anyone remeber a film called Welcome To Blood City?
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Martok, did you read Dances w/ Wolves? The movie followed the book absolutely perfectly - moreso than any other book-turned-movie I've ever seen.
Have never read the book...but I would like to check it out.

I have the extended cut of DWW on DVD. (Which I imagine is even moreso like the book) WOW! Adds hella more to the story.
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