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"So just post a handful of perfect films you've seen"


          

and if you don't think there is such a thing.....YOU WRONG.

Bicycle Thieves
Late Spring
Winter Light
Vertigo
Mccabe & Mrs. Miller

  

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RE: So just post a handful of perfect films you've seen
Mar 30th 2007
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RE: So just post a handful of perfect films you've seen
Apr 01st 2007
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2.
Mar 30th 2007
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cool hand luke
Mar 31st 2007
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I will co-sign this. It is a perfect movie. n/m
Apr 01st 2007
33
Godfather I and II; Big Lebowski
Mar 31st 2007
4
ONLY reason I didn't put Godfather I:
Mar 31st 2007
6
I can see that
Apr 02nd 2007
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Ok maybe I'm post-jacking a bit here
Mar 31st 2007
7
      No. Not in my opinion.
Mar 31st 2007
13
Diary of a Country Priest
Mar 31st 2007
5
hey cool....Nights of Cabiria is the first Netflix DVD i ordered
Mar 31st 2007
12
Friday
Mar 31st 2007
8
co-sign Fight Club
Apr 06th 2007
52
The Graduate
Mar 31st 2007
9
Coming to America
Mar 31st 2007
10
Does the fact that they stole it sour the movie at all for you?
Mar 31st 2007
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      expound.
Mar 31st 2007
14
      Buchwald v. Paramount
Mar 31st 2007
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           hah! thanks.
Apr 01st 2007
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      No and here's why:
Mar 31st 2007
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      You're really wrong about some things here.
Mar 31st 2007
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           uh-huh...and all of this makes the movie a non classic??
Apr 01st 2007
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                I never said it did.
Apr 01st 2007
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      Art Buchwald was a syndicated columnist in my local paper
Apr 02nd 2007
45
           Again, no one said he wrote the screenplay.
Apr 06th 2007
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                Please shit on orgasms, bags of money & love
Apr 06th 2007
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                     Only on OkayPlayer does stating the facts = shitting on something.
Apr 06th 2007
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Goodfellas, Chinatown, Blood Simple, Miller's Crossing, Before Sunrise
Mar 31st 2007
15
the first that come to mind are
Apr 01st 2007
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Hmmm.
Apr 01st 2007
21
Office Space
Apr 01st 2007
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yes
Apr 01st 2007
23
American Psycho
Apr 01st 2007
24
post 54.
Apr 06th 2007
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The Empire Strikes Back
Apr 01st 2007
25
Casino
Apr 01st 2007
26
Batman Begins
Apr 01st 2007
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ROTFL . . . . yup . . . the last quater of that movie had no flaws
Apr 01st 2007
32
those not mentioned
Apr 01st 2007
28
Once Upon a Time in America
Apr 01st 2007
31
Clerks
Apr 01st 2007
34
The Shawshank Redemption
Apr 01st 2007
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sympathy for lady vengeance
Apr 02nd 2007
37
Back to the Future, Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Apr 02nd 2007
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RE: Back to the Future, Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Apr 02nd 2007
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pulp fiction
Apr 02nd 2007
40
Pee Wee's Big Adventure, Aliens
Apr 02nd 2007
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Spiderman 2 is perfect
Apr 02nd 2007
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Billy Madison, The Princess Bride, Jackass 1 and 2
Apr 02nd 2007
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RE: So just post a handful of perfect films you've seen
Apr 02nd 2007
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Memento, 25th Hour, L.A. Confidential, Hero,
Apr 05th 2007
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fresh
Apr 05th 2007
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Uhh . . . you gotta be kidding me
Apr 05th 2007
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hmmm...
Apr 05th 2007
49
Robocop owns this post
Apr 05th 2007
51
do the right thing. field of dreams. nightmare on elm street
Apr 06th 2007
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American Psycho.
Apr 06th 2007
54
Mine
Apr 06th 2007
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1. "RE: So just post a handful of perfect films you've seen"
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (the original 1990 one)
Punch-Drunk Love
Donnie Darko
Solaris (the Clooney one).

these are movies i could watch a million times and love it more and more. i see no faults in them.

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29. "RE: So just post a handful of perfect films you've seen"
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> Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (the original 1990 one)


Classic movie.

  

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2. "2."
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The Godfather Part II
Casablanca

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3. "cool hand luke"
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three kings
shaun of the dead
se7en
rushmore
raising arizona

  

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33. "I will co-sign this. It is a perfect movie. n/m"
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4. "Godfather I and II; Big Lebowski"
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and I know it's not a movie, but The Wire.

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6. "ONLY reason I didn't put Godfather I:"
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The punch. That's it though.

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38. "I can see that"
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>The punch. That's it though.

If it's not 100 though, it's definitely a 99.

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7. "Ok maybe I'm post-jacking a bit here"
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but The Wire - is this the best TV show ever made? I think it is.

I mean you can rave about the Simpsons et al all you want, but lets face it there are dozens of wack simpsons episodes. The Wire has been nothing but pure brillaince in every episode (though I've only seen season 1-3, 4 is currently standing at 61.5% on my torrents though!). But even just based on seasons 1-3 man that show is just more gripping than anything else I've ever seen on TV. Now I know PTP rides The Wire hard, but still whos with me on this?

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13. "No. Not in my opinion."
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Twilight Zone. Not to discredit the Wire. It's up there. But the Twilight Zone tops all.

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5. "Diary of a Country Priest"
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Mirror
The Circus (Chaplin)
Early Summer
Nights of Cabiria
Flowers of St. Francis
The Third Man
Passion of Joan of Arc
Winter Light
Young Mr. Lincoln
Dumbo
In the Mood For Love
Aguirre, the Wrath of God

I wouldn't touch a frame on any of these films.

There are a lot of great films that seem as if they could improve from some slight alteration but aren't really any less great because of it. I think a desire for perfection can actually hamper a lot of artists from tackling the stuff that is actually more important. Pasolini films are less perfect than, say, Wes Anderson films, but they are much greater works of art.

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12. "hey cool....Nights of Cabiria is the first Netflix DVD i ordered"
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can't wait

  

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8. "Friday"
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Sat Mar-31-07 05:12 AM by kayru99

          

M
Fight Club
Bicycle Thief
Sugarcane Alley
South Park the movie
Battle of Algiers
Within Our Gates
Children of Men
Miller's Crossing
Old Boy

and quite a few others

  

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52. "co-sign Fight Club"
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probably my favorite movie.


PEACE

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9. "The Graduate"
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The Thin Red Line
Badlands
L'Avventura
Les 400 Coups
Swingers
North by Northwest
E.T.

currently under consideration: Children of Men

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10. "Coming to America"
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I don't understand why this movie isn't given more classic status.

4 minutes shy of 2 hours, CLASSIC lines, extremely rewatchable, tons of bit parts filled by future 'names' - everyone acknowledges it's good, so why isn't it on every greatest movie list?

How many of those AFI 100 movies are this good?

  

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11. "Does the fact that they stole it sour the movie at all for you?"
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14. "expound."
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16. "Buchwald v. Paramount"
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buchwald_v._Paramount

Buchwald v. Paramount
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Buchwald v. Paramount (1990) was a breach of contract lawsuit filed and decided in California in which humorist and writer Art Buchwald alleged that Paramount Pictures stole his script idea and turned it into the 1988 movie Coming to America. Buchwald won the lawsuit and was awarded damages, and then accepted a settlement from Paramount before any appeal took place.

The decision was important mainly for the court's determination in the penalty phase of the trial that Paramount used "unconscionable" means of determining how much to pay authors. Paramount claimed, and provided accounting evidence to support the claim, that despite the movie's US$350 million in revenues, it had earned no net profit, according to the definition of "net profit" in Buchwald's contract, and hence Buchwald was owed nothing: a classic example of Hollywood accounting. The court agreed with Buchwald's argument that this was "unconscionable", and therefore invalid. Fearing a loss if it appealed, and the subsequent implications of the unconscionability decision across all its other contracts, Paramount settled for undisclosed terms. The case was the subject of a 1992 book, Fatal Subtraction: The Inside Story of Buchwald v. Paramount by Pierce O'Donnell, the lawyer who represented Buchwald, and Los Angeles Times reporter Dennis McDougal.

Timeline

In 1982, Buchwald wrote a screen treatment that was pitched to Jeffrey Katzenberg of Paramount, with the intention of starring Eddie Murphy, who was under contract to Paramount at the time. Paramount optioned the treatment in early 1983 and commissioned several unsuccessful scripts from several screenwriters. John Landis was considered as the director from time to time. After two years of development hell, Paramount decided to abandon the project in March 1985.

In May 1986, Paramount's rival Warner Bros. optioned Buchwald's treatment.

In the summer of 1987, Paramount began to develop a movie that was credited as being based on a story by Eddie Murphy, and which was to be directed by John Landis. The story outline seemed similar to Buchwald's story idea, and to the failed Paramount scripts that had been based on it.

In January 1988, Warner Bros. cancelled their version of Buchwald's project, citing the Paramount project.

When the movie Coming to America was released by Paramount in 1988, Eddie Murphy was given story credit. Buchwald was not paid, or credited as the story writer. Buchwald sued Paramount for breach of contract, as his contract with Paramount stated that he would be paid a certain amount if his treatment were made into a film.

Decision

The California Superior Court decided in 1990 that Buchwald had demonstrated by a preponderance of the evidence that his story treatmentand Paramount's unsuccessful scripts based on the treatmentwere "similar" to that of the Coming to America movie. Together with the evidence that Murphy and Landis previously had access to Buchwald's treatment, the court determined that the movie's story was indeed "based upon" Buchwald's treatment. Since Paramount never paid Buchwald, as the option agreement specified would occur if a movie based on his treatment were ever released, Paramount did indeed breach the contract.

(The court went out of its way to avoid criticizing Murphy, who, it said in its holding, was a "creative genius" just as Buchwald was, and the fault in the whole matter lay with Paramount.)

In the second phase of the trial in which the court determined the appropriate amount of damages to be paid to Buchwald, Paramount testified that despite the movie's US$350 million in ticket sales, it had spent so much money on the movie's development and marketing that, according to the formula specified in Buchwald's contract, Paramount had made "no net profit". The court then found that the formula was "unconscionable" and that Buchwald therefore could pursue a separate tort lawsuit against the company.

Fearing a loss on appeal and, presumably, a wave of lawsuits by authors claiming they, too, had been wronged by the unconscionable net profit formula, Paramount settled with Buchwald for an undisclosed amount of money. As part of the settlement, the "unconscionability" decision was vacated.

Implications

Hollywood accounting has long been derided as a cynical attempt by movie studios to cheat individual authors out of royalty payments. The accounting formulas used by the studios have allegedly been designed specifically to ensure that it is almost mathematically impossible for any movie to show a net profit. Specifically, the net profit formula in authors' contracts does not correspond to the net profit formula of generally accepted accounting principles that the movie studios use when creating their financial statements that are reported to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and to the investing public. The "unconscionable" formula in the authors' contracts effectively double-counts many costs borne by the movie studio.

Some commentators have claimed this lawsuit was a watershed that would affect Hollywood's payments to anyone who enjoyed "profit participation", by forcing a change to the net profit formulas. However, another California Superior Court ruled in Batfilm Productions v. Warner Bros. in the case of the 1989 Batman movie that a similar formula was not unconscionable. To date, there has been no review of this type of claim by an appellate court, meaning that the superior courts cannot look to an appellate court's decision for guidance. The "watershed" role of this lawsuit has therefore not been demonstrated.

Still, the case has caused nearly all studios and production companies to be more careful about how they handle scripts. Concerned that "similarities" between future script drafts and movies could cause lawsuits, nearly all studios and production companies now return unsolicited scripts to their authors unopened.
Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buchwald_v._Paramount"

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20. "hah! thanks."
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17. "No and here's why:"
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If I thought dude wrote any more than "Eddie Murphy is an African prince that comes to QUEENS to find a wife" there may be a problem.

If I thought Washington Post columnist Art Buchwald had Soul Glo in him, Sexual Chocolate, Eddie as numerous characters - if he wrote the Peaches breast rap - maybe my appreciation would be tainted.

Dude was one of a million people that pitched a story for the hottest comedian/actors on the planet & SETTLED for a little piece for his effort.

Hell, I'd like to see Buchwald's script and compare. I'm sure he, like most Jewish writers, held the African prince, and all of the Black characters, in the highest regard...cause you know how Jewish writers are always writing for Black actors.

In conclusion, fuck you, fuck you, fuck you.
Who's next.


(I say fuck you in jest, not as a direct insult.)

  

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18. "You're really wrong about some things here."
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>If I thought dude wrote any more than "Eddie Murphy is an
>African prince that comes to QUEENS to find a wife" there may
>be a problem.

He did write more than that. If you look at the Wikipedia entry that I posted you'll see the following:

"In 1982, Buchwald wrote a screen treatment that was pitched to Jeffrey Katzenberg of Paramount, with the intention of starring Eddie Murphy, who was under contract to Paramount at the time."

A treatment is much, much more than "Eddie Murphy is an African prince that comes to Queens to find a wife." You don't lose a huge lawsuit because a guy had a half of an idea.

>Dude was one of a million people that pitched a story for the
>hottest comedian/actors on the planet & SETTLED for a little
>piece for his effort.

Again, you're wrong. Dude was THE GUY who wrote a complete treatment for a very specific movie idea. Just so you know a treatment is usually a pretty detailed description of the story idea, the characters, the setting, ideas for jokes, etc. There's a reason they lost the lawsuit.

  

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30. "uh-huh...and all of this makes the movie a non classic??"
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i'm not arguin that Art didn't get the ball rolling, but i'm convinced that the truly classic parts of the movie came from eddie....no one can convince me Art came up wit randy watson, "martin luther the king", mcdowells, etc....i think he did come up wit alot, the studio tried to screw him and eddie didn't give a fuck cause he was gonna get a bigger check...

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36. "I never said it did."
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45. "Art Buchwald was a syndicated columnist in my local paper"
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when I was growing up, and although I believe that people should be paid for their work, I don't believe that he could have written a screenplay that approaches cult or classic status.

Also, Wallace Stegner had a similar theft problem and the result was one of his best books, Angle of Repose. Not many people seem to know that about Stegner. It leaves a bad taste in my mouth, but the book is certainly brilliant and I strongly suspect that what he did with the material was immeasurably better than what his student could have done with it.

  

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56. "Again, no one said he wrote the screenplay."
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He came up with the concept and wrote the treatment. The movie doesn't exist without Buchwald.

>Also, Wallace Stegner had a similar theft problem and the
>result was one of his best books, Angle of Repose. Not many
>people seem to know that about Stegner.

The only reason I even know his name is because of the fellowship. That, and someone in my wife's family had a professional relationship with the guy. I never knew he was a thief.

  

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58. "Please shit on orgasms, bags of money & love"
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59. "Only on OkayPlayer does stating the facts = shitting on something."
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15. "Goodfellas, Chinatown, Blood Simple, Miller's Crossing, Before Sunrise"
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And there's something to be said for "Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels."

  

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19. "the first that come to mind are"
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touch of evil
psycho
heat
in the mood for love
good bad ugly
children of men
kill bill
lost highway
eyes wide shut
memento
le samourai
unforgiven
straw dogs
hero
the killer

  

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21. "Hmmm."
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Psycho
Children of Men
Fantasia
Pinocchio
Rear Window

  

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22. "Office Space"
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n/m

  

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23. "yes"
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24. "American Psycho"
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V.

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FortifiedLive
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55. "post 54."
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i overlooked this post. but co-sign nonetheless.

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25. "The Empire Strikes Back"
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26. "Casino"
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27. "Batman Begins"
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Children of Men

that's off the top... I don't got many lol

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32. " ROTFL . . . . yup . . . the last quater of that movie had no flaws"
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>Children of Men
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>that's off the top... I don't got many lol

  

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28. "those not mentioned"
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ikiru
dr strangelove
barry lyndon
the pianist
the wild bunch
the apartment

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31. "Once Upon a Time in America"
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City of God
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Seven Samurai
Rear Window
Goodfellas
Fight Club
Raging Bull
Amelie
Old Boy

  

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Gemini_Two_One
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34. "Clerks"
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I damn near also offered Chasing Amy



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35. "The Shawshank Redemption"
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thats it!!!

"Better to be a smart ass then a dumb ass." -S.j.

  

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37. "sympathy for lady vengeance"
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i NEVER thought i would fall so hard for another, as i did for kill bill.

i watch lady vengeance about once a week.

  

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39. "Back to the Future, Ferris Bueller's Day Off"
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46. "RE: Back to the Future, Ferris Bueller's Day Off"
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> Back to the Future

Yeah, I gotta agree with Back To The Future.

  

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40. "pulp fiction"
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goodfellas

  

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41. "Pee Wee's Big Adventure, Aliens"
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42. "Spiderman 2 is perfect"
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43. "Billy Madison, The Princess Bride, Jackass 1 and 2"
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DROP.
YOUR.
SWORD.

BITCH.

  

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44. "RE: So just post a handful of perfect films you've seen"
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big fish
good will hunting
rounders
lion king
road to perdition
ronin
life aquatic
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47. "Memento, 25th Hour, L.A. Confidential, Hero,"
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48. "fresh"
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50. "Uhh . . . you gotta be kidding me"
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I recently saw this one, I liked it but c'mon . . . perfect?

  

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49. "hmmm..."
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Children of Men
City Of God
Kill Bill
Motorcycle Diaries

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51. "Robocop owns this post"
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RoboCop

and Casablanca wasn't bad either.

  

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53. "do the right thing. field of dreams. nightmare on elm street"
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uh...theres more but i cant think of em now


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FortifiedLive
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54. "American Psycho."
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JAESCOTT777
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57. "Mine"
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City of God
Carlito's Way
The Goonies
Terminator II

  

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