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What are your favorite movies ever??? Mine are (in no specific order) -Pulp Fiction -Blazing Saddles -Casino -Goodfellas - The Godfather series -Reservoir Dogs -Kill Bill 1 & 2 -Spaceballs - Airplane! -Bad Boys II (as you can see, I really like Quentin Tarantino's directing style)
 

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hmm, i cant think of too many but:

Scarface

Goodfellas

The Godfather 1,2, &3

Casino

American History X (i credit Ralph for that one, i seen it in theaters but Ralph reminded me of it recently)

The Wash

Friday

Next Friday

Friday After Next

that is all i can think of, sure there are more but i just cant think of them.

ok thought of one more

The Devil's Advocate
 

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In no particular order also:

Smokey and the Bandit I, II, and III

Bullitt

The Cincinatti Kid

Scarface

The Transporter I and II

and a few I can't remember.
 

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I'm a sentimental, softee type.

#1. The Night of the Iguana (1963) ~ I fell in love with my first, in that movie!

#2. "A Man & A Woman" (English) (1968) We got engaged after that movie

#3. "The Pianist" (2004) - First movie I ever cried at.

#4. "Caddy Man" (?) - You hadda be a car salesman to see what a grand job Robin Williams did in that movie.
 

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- The Wizard of Oz (1939)
- It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
- The Gunfighter (1950)
- The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)
- The War Wagon (1967)
- Hang 'Em High (1968)
- Dirty Harry (1971)
- American Grafitti (1973)
- Jaws (1975)
- Star Wars (1977)
- Return of the Jedi (1983)
- Back to the Future (1985)
- Jurassic Park (1993)
 

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Lots of favorites (in no particular order):

What's Up, Doc?
Some Like it Hot
Raising Arizona
The Producers
Casablanca
The Philadelphia Story
Bullitt
Gone With the Wind
The Lion in Winter
Charade
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
When Harry Met Sally
Steel Magnolias
A Fish Called Wanda
Bull Durham
Back to the Future
L.A. Confidential
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Airplane!
Fargo
Toy Story I/Toy Story II
A Bug's Life
The Last Picture Show
Grease
Support Your Local Sheriff!

And probably some more, but that's off the top of my head.
 

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The Notebook
Kings of Comedy
Friday
Next Friday
Friday After Next
Napolean Dynamite

I like tons of other movies, but these would have to be my favorites!
 

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Aside from my home movies, which are out there on the net at some pay site, or other, these are some of my faves that haven't been mentioned:

Ocean's 11 (the new one, not the Frankie and Deano one)

The Driver (great car chase movie)

Cruel Intentions (because it's like my life story)

Thirteen (never mind)

Jaws ('cause it makes me hungry)

White Chicks (I can't tell you why, at least, not here)

Ben-Hur (it's got Chucky! and not the evil doll, the NRA guy)

Mulholland Drive (because of its deeeep, deeeep meaning, which only a well-educated man like me can comprehend!):D

Anything with Natasha Henstridge (even Ghosts of Mars)

The Time Machine (with Rod Taylor in 1960)

The Birds (because I loooove animals so much)

10 Commandments (it's also got Chucky!)

Enemy at the Gates (good history that you don't often see on screen)

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (my life story before that night on the road out by Melville)

Dawn of the Dead (the remake, 'cause it's a true story set in Canada)

Sin City (Jessica Alba forces me to watch it again and again and again)

Office Space (because Stoney told me it's his "cry" movie like Sleepless in Seattle):crying:

Natural Born Killers (because it's my "cry" movie)

Fried Green Tomatoes (because it's special, and has no filthy bad things in it, and because I get SO excited whenever I see Jessica Tandy!):worship:

Salo, o le 120 Giornate di Sodoma
 

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The Year Of Living Dangerously, 1982

Dude, Where's My Car, 2000. That movie has so many kick ass quotes.
"Smokey McPot! I have a delivery for a Smokey McPot!" "And thennnnnn?" "So is this, dude. It's a break-dancing stripper emergency!"

and my favorite:
"Is that a barn?"
"Is it red?"
"No."
"Then it's not a barn!"
 

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Ralph said:
Fried Green Tomatoes (because it's special, and has no filthy bad things in it, and because I get SO excited whenever I see Jessica Tandy!)
That movie has one of my all-time favorite scenes, when the two young airheads with big hair steal Kathy Bates' parking place:

“Face it, lady, we're younger and faster.”

[Kathy Bates repeatedly rams their little VW convertible]

“Face it, girls. I'm older and I have more insurance.”
 

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Oh, come on!!! Ya'll are missing out on ARMY OF DARKNESS!!!

You people aren't my friends any more, not until you learn to love it!
 
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