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    Default Favourite Movie

    Blow Up (1966), directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. Cool music, cool characters, cool movie!

    What's yours?

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    Godfather I, II & III.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stereobox
    Blow Up (1966), directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. Cool music, cool characters, cool movie!

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    I don't have a single film that I can nominate as my all time favourite as I have several that i honestly can't split apart.

    Did you know that Blow Up is the film that popularised the Nikon F body with the world?
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    Can't really say what's my favourite movie, have a few actually. But one particular one that was really special to me was Mononoke Hime (1997) by Miyazaki Hayao. It was a movie that set me thinking quite a lot and the story was quite unique. For an animation movie, there was a lot of effort in the cinematography, editing and details. The soundtrack by Hisaishi Jo was also very beautiful. I liked especially the main theme "Ashitaka Kouki"

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    I think my favourite three films of all time are:

    Leon (retitled The Professional in some countries??)
    Pulp Fiction
    Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

    However, I still remember how buzzed I was after watching Terminator 2 at the cinema!! Wow - those effects for the time were just amazing. Can't say it's the greatest film of all time but it was a great movie-going experience.

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    Thumbs up Movie ?

    Favourite would be "Ronin"
    Time, is an effortless construction :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drudkh
    Godfather I, II & III.

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    Snatch
    Trainspotting (not to be confused with the new V.Lo's show )
    Se7en

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    Ben Hur.

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    City of God.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbs99
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    Yeah, nice show!

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    money no enough??

    nah... its braveheart

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    Titanic? Don't say i'm lame!

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    a recent movie that i enjoyed was Goodbye, Lenin! anyone share the same sentiments? somehow, good war movies too. it may be an historical account, or a dramatic portrayal, but as a singaporean who has never been through much hardship, you can just imagine how life is like during war time, by watching those movies.

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    hmmm, i've got loads...
    Apollo 13,
    Harry Potter 1, 2, 3,
    Pixar's Finding Nemo & Monsters Inc & A Bug's Life,
    Disney's Treasure Planet & Beauty and the Beast & Lion King,
    Dreamwork's Spirit Stallion of the Cimaron,
    Barbie's Rapunzel & Swan Lake, Princess and the Pauper
    Artificial Intelligence, Charlie's Angel, Pay it forward
    City of Angels, You've got mail
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ling Nightsky
    hmmm, i've got loads...
    Apollo 13,
    Harry Potter 1, 2, 3,
    Pixar's Finding Nemo & Monsters Inc & A Bug's Life,
    Disney's Treasure Planet & Beauty and the Beast & Lion King,
    Dreamwork's Spirit Stallion of the Cimaron,
    Barbie's Rapunzel & Swan Lake,
    Artificial Intelligence, Charlie's Angel, Pay it forward
    City of Angels, You've got mail

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    Shrek and Shrek II are awesome. But possibly if I were being serious, the Shawshank Redemption.

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    Agree that Shawshank is GOOD!



    We Were Soldiers by Mel Gibson is good too! he is awesome in the movie...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jed
    Shrek and Shrek II are awesome. But possibly if I were being serious, the Shawshank Redemption.

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    Lightbulb Going back a fair while

    Hi,

    Anybody remember a movie called "The Mechanic" ?
    Had Charles Bronson in it... About a hit man.
    Mind you, I am not old enough to remember it
    My dad explained it so well, it is like I actually saw it
    Time, is an effortless construction :)

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    I would like to add on another great movie I like, The Hurricane.

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