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Friday Fun Favourite Films Fiesta Fread

* ORM *

Still Loves Emma Bunton. Roy McDonough is God!
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10 films of your own choosing - (points deducted if any of your choices are slated by others
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Kill Bill
Deliverance
The Deer Hunter
The Good the Bad and the Ugly
Terminator 2
The Italian Job (original)
Full Metal Jacket
Jason and the Argonauts
Star Wars (episode IV)
Blues Brothers
 
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In no particular order

Amelie
The Empire Strikes Back
Planes, Trains & Automobiles
Goodfellas
Snatch
Shrek
Lost In Translation
Trainspotting
Leon
Groundhog Day
 

Matt the Shrimp

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Presuming you can't pick films that have already been chosen (since there are plenty of my faves already listed):

Twilight Samurai
Kung Fu Hustle
It's A Wonderful Life
The Vanishing
The Matrix
Clockwork Orange
You Only Live Twice
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Cidade de Deus
Les Apprentis
 

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Police Academy
Police Academy II
Police Academy III
Police Academy IV
Police Academy V
Police Academy VI
Police Academy VII
Porky's
Porky's 2
Porky's Revenge
 

* ORM *

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No reason why you can't pick the same films.

It's a Wonderful Life is a great choice.

Trains, Planes and Automobiles and Groundhog Day nearly made my list together with Airplane and the Naked Gun collection.
 

Napster

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Terminator was better than Terminator 2 for a start

My ten

LA Confidential
Animal House
The Big Sleep
The Godfather
Anchorman
The Shining
Silence of the Lambs
Leon
Vertigo
Memento
 

Matt the Shrimp

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[b said:
Quote[/b] (* ORM * @ July 15 2005,11:33)]No reason why you can't pick the same films.
Ah, well I'd have to do some shuffling around to fit in

Amelie
Star Wars (episode IV)
Blues Brothers
Leon (possibly)

into my top 10.

I'd probably drop, in substitution:

Kung Fu Hustle
Clockwork Orange
Les Apprentis

and then fight over Leon vs. Indiana Jones.  Leon would probably win. Animal House is a cracking call as well, Naps.

"To-ga, To-ga, Toga!"

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W4 Shrimper

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My top ten is above, but numbers 11-20 are as follows (in nor particular order)

Gladiator
Empire Strikes Back
Casino
LA Confidential
Goodfellas
Sexy Beast
The Long Good Friday
Todo Sobre Mi Madre (All About My Mother)
Cidade de Deus (City of God)
Donnie Brasco

I seem to have a bit of a thing for violence and crime don't I? Ho-hum. White Men Can't Jump, Pulp Fiction and Toy Story 2 weren't far off this list either.
 

Leeboy

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In no particular order:

Italian Job ( original, obviously )
The Last Boy Scout
Grosse Pointe Blank
Glengarry Glen Ross
Blues Brothers
Leon
The Matrix
Enter the Dragon
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Sleuth

just missing out  - Goodfellas, Heat, Mission Impossible, Apocalypse Now



 

Mad Cyril

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2001
The big Lebowski
Performance
Dirty Harry
The Empire strikes back
Goodfellas
Taxi Driver
Airplane
Donnie Darko
Goldfinger
 

Shrimpbizkit

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Star Wars
The Omen
The Big Lebowski
Airplane
The Deer Hunter
Evil Dead
Ghostbusters
Lord of the Rings: Return of the King
The Exorcist
The Lost Boys
 

GNH

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In no particular order:

Star Wars (IV)
The Usual Suspects
Shrek
Independance Day
Mary Poppins - yes, yes I know
Austin Powers - The spy who shagged me
Dumb and Dumber
Blade
Fifth Element
Bad Boys II
 

BILLERICAY BLUE

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Have a guess....
In no particular order

Life of Brian
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Trading Places
Goldeneye
Reservoir Dogs
Highlander
Gladiator
Top Gun
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Dirty Harry
 

Kenny

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in on real order although Clerks and Swingers are two of my all time faves.

Empire Strikes Back
Swingers
The Goonies
Back to the Future
American Pie
Austin Powers
Ghostbusters
Groundhog Day
Clerks
Football Factory (the "early" directors cut not the cinema version)
 

Napster

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[b said:
Quote[/b] (Kenny @ July 15 2005,12:43)]in on real order although Clerks and Swingers are two of my all time faves.
Clerks X looks a cracking DVD by the way, 2 discs of extras included!
 
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