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  • FallenAngelASB
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    1. STAR WARS! (Original Trilogy) "Fast ship? You've never heard of the Millennium Falcon? It made the Kessel run in less that twelve parsecs"
    2. Star Trek Movies (1,2,4,8) "KHAAAANNN!!!!!"
    3. Boondock Saints "We must always fear the wicked. But there is another kind of evil that we must fear the most, and that is the indifference of good men."
    4. Fight Club "The first rule of fight club is..."
    5. Ghost in the Shell "If we all reacted the same way, we'd be predictable, and there's always more than one way to view a situation. What's true for the group is also true for the individual. It's simple: Overspecialize, and you breed in weakness. It's slow death."


    All very good movies.

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  • Scout Out
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    My fav five,

    Metropolis (Moroder Edition) (1984)
    Pink Floyd the Wall
    Last of the Mohicans
    Heavy Metal
    Top Gun :flag:

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  • Minaya
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    Difficult question: first 5 that came to my mind (sure I forget very good movies):

    The Godfather
    The man who shot Liberty Valance
    Paint your wagon
    Psycho
    The Empire strikes back

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  • last_cav1971
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    "Gettysburg"
    "Dances With Wolves"
    "Last of the Mohicans"
    "Gladiator"
    "The Patriot"
    "Blues Brothers"

    Mark
    Deo Vindice

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  • BarcelonaBlom
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    Animal.... House! [squeaky high pitched adlib] Where the fun never ends!...

    "I gave my love a cherry! That had no pit!"



    In seriousness I don't know too many good ones. Defintely Glory, Gladiator, the Original Star Wars Trilogy and Saving Private Ryan. But there are more I could add.

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  • chrisvalla
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    Clear and Present Danger (well, at least the opening score and the helicopter insertion)
    Crimson Tide
    Patton
    Last of the Mohicans
    Das Boot
    Armageddon
    Gladiator (not the Cuba Gooding Jr. one)
    Gettysburg
    Das Boot
    Glory
    Lawrence of Arabia
    Where Eagles Dare

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  • Marines
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    GLORY

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  • 06 Maestro
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    1. Ben Hur
    2. Gone with the Wind
    3. The Patriot
    4. The Shining ( original with J.N.)
    5. Patton

    Perhaps my Favorite; Lawrence of Arabia
    Last edited by 06 Maestro; 07 Oct 04, 03:09. Reason: additional info

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  • HiredGoon
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    The Thin Red Line (Hans Zimmer's best!)
    The Last of the Mohicans
    Ride With the Devil

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  • Stage
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    Originally posted by Kraut
    Impossible to have a top 5, here are some good ones in no particular order

    Blade Runner
    Dark City
    Brazil
    Requiem for a dream
    Trainspotting
    2001 A Space Odyssey
    Alien
    Apocalypse Now
    Full Metal Jacket
    When Trumpets Fade
    Life of Brian
    When Trumpets Fade? Honest to God, I don't remember their being a soundtrack to that movie. I need to watch it again.

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  • Leatherneck
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    1.) Saving Private Ryan
    2.) The Final Countdown
    3.) Full Metal Jacket
    4.) 1941
    5.) Animal House (Funny movie )

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  • Kraut
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    Impossible to have a top 5, here are some good ones in no particular order

    Blade Runner
    Dark City
    Brazil
    Requiem for a dream
    Trainspotting
    2001 A Space Odyssey
    Alien
    Apocalypse Now
    Full Metal Jacket
    When Trumpets Fade
    Life of Brian

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  • Wolfleader
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    1)Gladiator
    2)Star Wars
    3)Bladerunner
    4)The Rock
    5)Das Boot

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  • Stage
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    I think most people would agree that John Williams should be given his own large private land mass from which to rule all would-be composers so that they do not stray from the true path of writing kick-ass film scores.

    Either that or he should be givin his own holiday both in America and in Britain (since his favorite orchestra to record with is the London Symphomy Orchestra).

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  • Doctor Sinister
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    Originally posted by Terry Patterson
    dang it doc I was going to say "erm"
    Well, who wouldn't? It's a great film...

    Dr. S.

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