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Old 01-28-2013, 01:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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List your favorite movies for each genre

Since I still have a long ways to go when it comes to catching up on great movies. I figured I could have you guys list your favorites and I'll cherry pick from the list.

List any and all movies that you love.
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Old 01-28-2013, 01:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
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When I get round to editing this post it will be a giant list.

I am going to start with the letter M.

Magnolia, Memento, Mulholland Dr. Misery, Moonrise Kingdom and Mystic River.

Man on the Moon, Monsters Inc.

Midnight in Paris and Milk.
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When I get round to editing this post it will be a giant list.
Good. Post as many as you can.
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Tell me your favorite and I'll see if I can list it. For now this is an abbreviated version.

Best Western:
Unforgiven
Young Gunz
Tombstone

Best Sci Fi:
Logans Run
Blade Runner
Galaxy Quest - hilarious
Aliens
Prometheus
Sunshine
Event Horizon - if you want to creep yourself out
ANY JAMES CAMERON FILM.

Best Comedy:
Wedding Singer
50 First Dates
Deuce Bigalow
Hope you see a pattern here. Any Happy Madison production...lolz!
Groundhog Day
Van Wilder
Animal House National Lampoon
American Pie series
Harold And Kumar
1/2 Baked

Best Adult:
One Night In Paris. J/K
Budhi or Barney Stinson could prolly answer this one better.

Best Drama:
The Game
The Insider
Beautiful Mind
Schindler's List

Best Crime:
Heat - All time favorite
Collateral
The Usual Suspects

Best Epic War Film:
Gladiator of course
Troy
300
Arn The Knight Templar
Band Of Brothers
Platoon

Best Fantasy:
LOTR
Legend
The Princess And The Bride (RIP Andre)
Skrull
Conan (80's)

Best Documentary:
Cocaine Cowboys I & II
Daytrader

Best Mafia, Gangs and Organized Crime:
You already know the first written by Mario Puzo and directed by Francis Ford Coppola.
Donnie Brasco
The Last Chapter (about the bikers)
Blow
Sin Nombre
Boyz N The Hood
Menace II Society
Gotti
City Of God
American History X

The Sopranos...just had to throw that in there.
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Some favorites that pop into my head. But right now is an awful time. I'm like a zombie right now. Dead tired with little to no brain activity.

Comedies are the best.
Old School
Step Brothers
American Pie series
Wedding Crashers
Anchorman

Action
Matrix
Bourne Series
300
Troy
Newest Batman trilogy
Original Star Wars trilogy

I'll just list movies without labels
Godfather 1 and 2
Goodfellas
Friday Night Lights(movie)
Remember The Titans
Rounders
Dazed and Confused
Good Will Hunting

you brought up One Night in Paris as a joke but that reminded me of Midnight in Paris. Have you seen it?

My brain isn't working, the list could be much, much longer.
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Actually read reviews about Midnight In Paris, havn't watched it yet though.

Rounders...nice pick! Every poker players top pick.

Best Action:
Predator
Crank
Top Gun
Die Hard - yipee kai yay
Under Siege
Blade
Point Break
Underworld

Best Horror:
The Howling
Fright Night original
Halloween
The Lost Boys
Friday The 13th
Dog Tag Soldiers

Best Thriller:
Silence Of The Lambs
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Rounders is fantastic! I have bought it on DVD 3 times(always leave it somewhere). Love it. Norton and Damon are great IMO.

I enjoyed Midnight in Paris. The only Woody Allen movie I have ever seen.

I still haven't seen Blade and I've only seen the 1st Underworld. I don't really care for the Crank series, a little too out there. Not horrible though.

Point Break is a classic. American History X is another good one.

Just saw Die Hard 1 last week.
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Rounders is fantastic! I have bought it on DVD 3 times(always leave it somewhere). Love it. Norton and Damon are great IMO.

I enjoyed Midnight in Paris. The only Woody Allen movie I have ever seen.

I still haven't seen Blade and I've only seen the 1st Underworld. I don't really care for the Crank series, a little too out there. Not horrible though.

Point Break is a classic. American History X is another good one.

Just saw Die Hard 1 last week.
Wow, it would appear you have some catching up to do! Die Hard is a classic. BLADE 1 really changed the whole vampire genre. My advice...lock yourself in a room and blast the opening...cuz it's one of the few films where it just COMMANDS your attention from the get go. Best club scene and soundtrack for it's time. You'll see.

Play the "name that mma fighter entrance song trivia game." http://www.mmaforum.com/mma-forum-lo...ml#post1739817
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Wow, it would appear you have some catching up to do! Die Hard is a classic. BLADE 1 really changed the whole vampire genre. My advice...lock yourself in a room and blast the opening...cuz it's one of the few films where it just COMMANDS your attention from the get go. Best club scene and soundtrack for it's time. You'll see.

Play the "name that mma fighter entrance song trivia game." http://www.mmaforum.com/mma-forum-lo...ml#post1739817
Yeah there is a long list of movies I must see. Schindler's List. Casino. Inception. Shutter Island. Along with others mentioned here.
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