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TheRealBillyOcean
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"Your 5 Favorite Movies of the past 5 Years. "


          

They don't even have to be great movies or critically acclaimed.

But flicks you just like. Watch them joints all of the time. Own them. Watch them when they're on tv.

1.) The Grey - I put this way up their in my favorites of All-Time

2.) Cabin in the Woods - That shit just goes when they let loose all the mosters out.

3.) This Is The End - Funniest flick I've seen in a long time. I re-watch. And keep on laughing. McBride is close to HOF status with me right now.

4.) The American - I just love it. Slow? Probably. But I always watch this joint.

5.) Avengers - Greatest Superhero movie of all time. It's like they tapped into me and my homeboys action figure battles when we were 8 and put that shit on the screen.

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I'll do my five favorite, and my five most rewatched:
Apr 03rd 2014
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You know, I whiffed on Social Network. Totally forgot about that one.
Apr 03rd 2014
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RE: Your 5 Favorite Movies of the past 5 Years.
Apr 03rd 2014
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Is Killing them Softly good?
Apr 03rd 2014
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RE: Is Killing them Softly good?
Apr 03rd 2014
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I wouldn't go in expecting a Top 5 film
Apr 03rd 2014
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I loathed it.
Apr 04th 2014
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RE: Your 5 Favorite Movies of the past 5 Years.
Apr 04th 2014
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I guess...
Apr 03rd 2014
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Social Network never gets tiresome
Apr 03rd 2014
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RE: Your 5 Favorite Movies of the past 5 Years.
Apr 03rd 2014
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Off top, in no particular order...
Apr 03rd 2014
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Hmmm... I'll play with Longo's method:
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Frank Longo
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1. "I'll do my five favorite, and my five most rewatched:"
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Five favorite (no order):
The Wolf of Wall Street
The Social Network
In The Loop
Take Shelter
Toy Story 3

Five most rewatched (no order, also all great):
The Avengers
Seven Psychopaths
The Trip
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Rango

Next five most rewatched:
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Attack the Block
Crank 2
The Cabin in the Woods
Hanna

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TheRealBillyOcean
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3. "You know, I whiffed on Social Network. Totally forgot about that one."
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I'm gonna have to replace....errrr.....Cabin in the Woods.

>Five favorite (no order):
>The Wolf of Wall Street
>The Social Network
>In The Loop
>Take Shelter
>Toy Story 3
Loved this joint. But felt some type of way (about myself for calling a bear an asshole) and about that bear for being such an asshole. I haven't re-watched since.

>Five most rewatched (no order, also all great):
>The Avengers
>Seven Psychopaths
I watch this joint a lot too. Saw it twice in the theaters. Rarely do that.

>The Trip
>Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Ditto

>Rango
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>Next five most rewatched:
>Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Dug this one too. I've watched at least 5 times already.

>Attack the Block
I keep trying to check this out, but can't commit to more than 10 minutes.

>Crank 2
>The Cabin in the Woods
>Hanna

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little bredren
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Thu Apr-03-14 06:45 PM

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2. "RE: Your 5 Favorite Movies of the past 5 Years. "
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Thu Apr-03-14 07:11 PM by little bredren

  

          

In no particular order:

Two Lovers
Shame
The Social Network
Carlos
The Grey/Killing Them Softly/Wolf Of Wall Street/Inglorious Basterds/Enemy/A Prophet (sorry too hard to choose, any of these are worthy)

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4. "Is Killing them Softly good? "
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little bredren
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6. "RE: Is Killing them Softly good? "
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Everyone seemed to hate it because its "ham-fisted politics," all dialogue/no action, slowness, etc., but I think it's one of the best crime movies out there. It's got a big cult following. A lot of people compared it to The Counselor this year, and I liked that one too, but KTS is on another level.

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Thu Apr-03-14 07:50 PM

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7. "I wouldn't go in expecting a Top 5 film"
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I thought it was whatever. My friends didn't like it at all.

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11. "I loathed it."
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The Assassination of Jesse James by the same guy was about a thousand times better. KTS is an ugly mess, IMO.

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little bredren
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12. "RE: Your 5 Favorite Movies of the past 5 Years. "
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Forgot to mention Inside Llewyn Davis and Drive.

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SoulHonky
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5. "I guess..."
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1. Margin Call
2. The Social Network
3. 12 Years a Slave
4. Watchmen*
5. Crazy, Stupid, Love**

* Can't believe this is on my list but I was a huge fan and I didn't see anything else that would knock it off.

**This one might not survive seeing it again but I loved it when I first saw it.

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final_prospect82
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8. "Social Network never gets tiresome"
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1) Social Network
2) Django Unchained
3) Drive
4) Avengers
5) Margin Call
6) Ides of March

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9. "RE: Your 5 Favorite Movies of the past 5 Years. "
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1.Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
2.Django Unchained
3.The Perks of Being a Wallflower
4.Toy Story 3
5.The Cabin in the Woods

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10. "Off top, in no particular order..."
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Crazy, Stupid, Love
Drive
The Town
The Fighter
50/50

  

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Fri Apr-04-14 08:37 AM

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13. "Hmmm... I'll play with Longo's method:"
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I usually assume that favorite is best, but I like the 2 list method.

My Favorite (which coincide with most re-watched):

The Avengers
The Expendables (NOT The Expendables 2)
Toy Story 3
Both Fast Five and Fast & Furious 6
Inception
The Cabin in the Woods

The Best:

12 Years a Slave
Argo
Captain Phillips
District 9
The Avengers (it really is that good)

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