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Discussion in 'Business, Lifestyle & Leisure' started by HannahBanana, Oct 9, 2006.

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  1. HannahBanana

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    Hi all! I haven't been on this forum for a few weeks. Anyway, I'm back now and want to know what everyone's favorite movie is!
     
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    Its got to be Forrest Gump in my case... Saving Private Ryan... The Green Mile... Cast Away...
     
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    Hard to single out just one.

    Snatch
    Lock stocks and two smoking barrells
    Pulf fiction
    The english patient
    The Party
     
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    Nice. I'd have to say mine is Gandhi, with Ben Kingsley as Gandhi.
     
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    Ucha Dar Babe Nanak Da :D
     
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    The Raging Bull
     
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    or Kyun Ho Gaya Na, has anyone seen this one?

    All the Bollywood movies I've seen recently have ended sadly, Kisna:Warrior Poet, Tere Naam...*sigh*
     
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    Probably something from my childhood...hmmm...

    The Jungle Book!
    "look for the b....e....a....r necessities the simple bare necessities....."

    I loved disney....now their nothin but corporate sell outs!
     
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    The Producers (the original) - haven't seen the musical
     
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    I really love some of those old Monty Python films as well

    Life of Brian

    and the one about the knights searching for the holy grail

    Hilarious!
     
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    Oh, the summer of 2005 I went to see The Producers on Broadway. I saw the new movie as well. I have to say, the musical was much better, even without Matthew Broderick. Roger Bart played Broderick's role.

    I never saw the original, though, I guess I should.
     
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    Shaheede Mohabbat Butta Singh
     
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    Nanak Naam Jahaz Hai

    Seven Years in Tibet

    ... too many to list but these two have been around on my list for a very long time
     
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    Mm...

    I'd say that my top 3 would probably be:

    1. - Blade Runner
    2. - Memento
    3. - The Matrix Trilogy (Yes, it counts as one movie, damnit! :D)
     
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    Hmm...my top favorites are Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, Tere Naam, and Gandhi.
     
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    girl on the bridge, :a french film about a washed out circus knife thrower who meets a gil who is about to jump off the bridge. Together, they are gold, and do amazing acts.
    A princess bride
    the dark crystal (a jim henson film)
    sleeping beauty and junglr book, yeah!
    blade runner (harison ford)
    girl on a motercycle (maryan faithful [mick jaggers girl friend])
    mostly old or foreighn films.
    nosferatu (german subtitle)
    equilibrium (christian bale)
    making short films!!!!!
     
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    It depends what move genre you like when it comes to war films nothing comes close to
    "DAS BOOT"/"THE BOAT" my other favorite film genre SIFI there ar many choices but it would come down to the first three starwars films closely followed by "The Day The Earth Stood Still" action films problably the original "The Italian Job" "your only supposted to blow the bloody doors of" and it's briliant climax with the the bus balanced over the cliff with the gold at one end and the gang at the other end both balancing each other !!!



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    No contest! The all-time best movie ever made is...cheerleader

    Dr. Strangelove
    (Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb


    Mein Führer! I can VALK!!​


    Dr. Strangelove - YouTube
     
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    Respect Sister forgot about that on Brilliant film especially the bit right at the end with the guy dressed as the cowboy astride the nuclear bomb falling towards the ground




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    For your viewing pleasure...:sippingcoffee: :interestedsingh: icecreamkaur peacesign


    Riding the bomb - YouTube
     
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