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Stereobox

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

What's yours?
 

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

What's yours?
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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City of God. :lovegrin:
 

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money no enough?? :bsmilie:

nah... its braveheart
 

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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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Ling Nightsky said:
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
:bigeyes: :bigeyes: :bigeyes:
 

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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!

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

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

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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 :bsmilie: :bsmilie:
My dad explained it so well, it is like I actually saw it :bsmilie: :bsmilie:
 

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

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