Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Chispa, Jun 24, 2007.
I loved the first one...
That's my opinion too...the first one was ok...the second one great and the third one good...I love Gollum.
Did you like Napolean Dynamite? I liked the understated humor and how "good" prevailed at the end...plus Kip and Uncle Rico are so funny. "I love technology...but not as much as you I see...but I still love technology..." lol.
Here's some of mine:
LOTR trilogy (very big Tolkien fan)
The Color Purple
The Green Mile
Oh Brother, where Art Thou?
Legends of the Fall
Remember the Titans
King Kong (w/Jessica Lange)
There's something About Mary
All Monty Python/Flying Circus movies
Anything by Mel Brooks (especially Young Frankenstein)
I could go on & on...... :lol:
Out of *****
Is it true that in Bravehart Mel Gibson had the english regulars played soley by Jews?
Gee, Conc - didn't realize that our tastes might be so similar. That's a bit disturbing!! :icon_tease:
Don't know about the Jewish question. Oh, wait - I get it! :icon_rofl:
1. A Night at the Opera
4. Million dollar baby
5. Star Wars (IV,V,VI)
6. LOTR (especially the two towers)
7. Planes,Trains and automobiles
9. The patriot
It was decided that the Jews would've kicked Gibson's *** so they got pushover stand-ins......Irish. :lol:
I got you some friggin' Irish...I'll be your Huckleberry.......:icon_tease:
All the Die Hard flicks
All the Leathal Weapon flicks
All John Wayne
Sure there's more....just can't think of them
I trade ya 500 cases of guiness and 250 cases of irish whisky for the country of ireland, wanna trade?
I watched Schindler's List last night. Not the first time I've seen it, but I still cried lie a little b!tch at the end. :icon_cry:
Ant your workin your way to a friggin beat down.
You cant just say Irish Whiskey, cause knowin you you would give us the cheap stuff we send to the Scots!
Are you kiddin me? Have the Jews been occupied and enslaved by everyone, including the Australian aborigonals?
Sounds like "WTF Is this clown..." material.
Silence of the Lambs
Dawn of the Dead
Tales fromt the Darkside
House of Wax (the original)
X-Men (all of them)
Up In Smoke
Something About Mary
What About Bob
Good, Bad and the Ugly
Young Guns 2
Just one?...Many in here.....:icon_tease:
I'll take your beer and whisky and Ireland is that little island right there across the straight with the funny looking bridge.............and nevermind that lady who calles herself "The Queen", she is the crazy maid......... (as we are standing on the north shore of France)
Lord of the Rings Trilogy
And a bunch more I can't remember right now.
The Replacements. far better than any football movie starring keanu reeves has a right to be.
Dances with Wolves
Shakespeare in Love
Harold and Kumar go to White Castle
One of my favorite moves of all time:
War Of The Gargantuas
Very entertaining all the way through. Russ Tamblyn's best acting performance by far. Holds up etremely well upon repeat viewings.
For those unfortunate enough to have never seen this awesome movie, I urge you to check it out. You will thank me later. :yes:
I can't name one or two favorites---there's too many movies from too many genres to name just a couple. My tastes are eclectic, although I'm not a big sci-fi fan and I HATE those stupid juvenile flicks. I'm not much for those 'romantic comedies' either. But I love action and drama, and yeah, I'm pretty fond of chick flicks too.
A short list of my faves:
Terms of Endearment
Sound of Music
Return of the Jedi
The Mask of Zorro
Thelma & Louise
The Quick and the Dead
Final Destination (all three)
Gone With the Wind
Every Which Way but Loose
and Any Which Way You Can
Blazing Saddles (quite possibly the funniest movie ever made)
History of the World Part I
West Side Story
Mississippi Burning... it's on IFC right now.
Crazy good movie, but i missed the freakin ending. It's also like CRASH, which was a great movie too.
Oh yeah, Amores Perros has real dog fighting too, since thats whats hot in the streets these days. It shows even dog fighters can love their dogs as much as other people.
There's one I can't get out of my head that I need to see again (I've see it twice already) Mulholland Drive http://www.mulholland-drive.net/
In no particular order:
Star Wars Saga
Godfather I & II
Alien & Aliens
Terminator 1 & 2
Indiana Jones 1 & 3
Star Trek - Wrath of Khan, Search for Spock, Undiscovered Country
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Secret of the Ooz
The Devil's Advocate
I have no car today (getting repaired) so might walk over to Blockbuster and get one of these recommended movies...
I also liked the first Matrix...it was original and exciting with good special effects...I didn't like the two sequels...also in the "action/sci-fi" category, I liked the original Terminator. And those "The Mummy" movies...
I do not like Horror/Slasher movies :icon_eek:
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