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    I just purchased Barton Fink and Miller's Crossing so those can be crossed off my list eventually. I could add another early Cohen Bros movie though, Raising Arizona.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel Hutz View Post
    (no particular order)
    Mean Streets
    Barry Lyndon
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    Paths of Glory
    The Seven Ups
    The Taking of Pelham 123 (original)
    Five Easy Pieces
    Scarecrow
    Manhattan
    Vertigo
    Well, I've knocked 4 movies off this list and should replace them

    2001, Paths of Glory, Seven-Ups, and Vertigo are out

    Replaced with:
    Lenny
    Nashville
    The Last Picture Show
    Klute

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    Strangers On A Train
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    Red Dragon
    Shutter Island
    Inception
    Ed Wood
    Lawrence of Arabia
    The Maltese Falcon
    Little Caesar
    Goodfellas

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    I'm counting series of movies as one (like Indiana Jones and Godfather)

    -Casablanca
    -The Godfather Trilogy
    -Indiana Jones films (My dad actually owns all of them except the new one, I need to watch them)
    -Citizen Kane
    -Star Wars episodes II and III (Probably not worth it, I know, but I've already watched the original ones and Phantom Menace)
    -James Bond films
    -X-Men movies
    -Gone With The Wind (Another one we own that I haven't watched)
    -Jurassic Park films
    -The Matrix films
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    -Indiana Jones Movies
    -Star Wars Movies
    -Green Lantern
    -X-Men movies
    -Captain America (the Marvel Phase One film)
    -Jurrassic Park
    -Origins: Wolverine
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    So many movies unseen from your eyes, @Lionheart...

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    Yup. I actually wasn't allowed to watch R-rated movies until I was 17 (with a few exceptions - The Passion of the Christ, and Dead Man Walking in a high school class), so I've been playing catch up since then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Thompsons View Post
    Gladiator
    Munich
    Barton Fink
    Mad Dog And Glory
    Miller's Crossing
    Once Upon A Time In America
    Heaven And Earth
    Chinatown
    Blazing Saddles
    Rope
    I'm going to watch Barton Fink tonight and I've watched Miller's Crossing. Ed Wood and Raising Arizona would be my replacements.

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    Seeing @Steve's new thread made me realize how little progress I've made with this the past 6 months

    Mean Streets
    Barry Lyndon
    The Taking of Pelham 123 (original)
    Five Easy Pieces
    Scarecrow
    Manhattan
    Lenny
    Nashville
    The Last Picture Show
    Klute

    I can cut Mean Streets and replace it with In Cold Blood

    Panic In Needle Park will be my bonus pick. Really want to see that one too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frightened Inmate No. 2 View Post
    The Godfather
    Godfather Pt II
    Godfather Pt III
    Goodfellas
    Taxi Driver
    The Big Lebowski
    Se7en
    Reservoir Dogs
    Saving Private Ryan
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    Godfather Pt III
    Taxi Driver
    The Big Lebowski
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    A Clockwork Orange
    The Shining
    Citizen Kane
    No Country for Old Men
    Annie Hall
    North By Northwest

    note: i haven't seen saving private ryan yet, but i don't really care to anymore
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Thompsons View Post
    Gladiator
    Munich
    Barton Fink Ed Wood
    Mad Dog And Glory
    Miller's Crossing Raising Arizona
    Once Upon A Time In America
    Heaven And Earth
    Chinatown
    Blazing Saddles
    Rope
    Updated, purchased Chinatown recently but haven't gotten around to it yet.
    EDIT: Got to see Rope on TV recently more brilliance from Hitchcock.
    Where the hell is the cross-out font?
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    I really enjoyed Identity and yeah get on Raging Bull right away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parklife View Post
    here's a legit list

    gainsbourg (vie héroïque) (joann sfar, 2010)
    the tenant (roman polanski, 1976)
    suspiria (dario argento, 1977)
    i need that record! (brendan toller, 2008)
    an american in paris (vincente minnelli, 1951)
    summer of sam (spike lee, 1999)
    raging bull (martin scorsese, 1980) - i know, i know
    dracula (francis ford coppola, 1992)
    scott pilgrim vs the world (edgar wright, 2010)
    identity (james mangold, 2003)
    I'm shocked and appalled

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    Plus Bram Stoker's Dracula is on TV regularly.

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    i kinda thought raging bull was mildly overrated. it didn't really have any emotional effect on me whatsoever, so i was forced to enjoy everything on a more technical level. it's honestly my least favorite scorsese that i've seen thus far. still like it.

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    I actually partly agree that I enjoy the editing and the different shots, just a brilliant piece of film making. I also enjoy (or did enjoy) boxing so that helps too.

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    I moe I moe

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    Heh, I just watched that episode the other day.

    Gary Oldman shines as always in Bram Stoker's Dracula, it's not the best take on the story by any means but I still highly recommend it.

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    I saw Bram Stoker's Dracula in high school English. Keanu Reeves sunk it a bit for a lot of people.
    I wasn't all that keen on the story anyway and found it a chore to sit through

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    This maybe out of left field but Dracula 2000 is a real interesting take on the story. Gerard Butler, Johnny Lee Miller and Christopher Plumber star in it.

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    I don't know about everyone else, but outside of In Cold Blood, I've made 0 progress in the last few months, tho I have made an expanded list of films I want to see that I'll drop here for recommendations and comments

    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel Hutz
    Movies to see:
    My Darling Clementine
    Save the Tiger
    The President's Analyst
    Kind Hearts and Coronets
    A Woman Under the Influence
    Killing of a Chinese Bookie
    Ran
    Diamonds
    The Parallax View
    Knife in the Water
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lionel Hutz View Post
    It's that good, huh. I have it on DVD, but just haven't had the urge to put it in.
    I'll put it in now and strike it from the list
    Great! It's the best movie EVER!
    Well, okay, The Elephant Man is #1 for me, but that one's still very close...!
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    There are a lot I haven't seen, including but not limited to:

    Any of the Godfather movies
    Schindler's List
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    The Shawshank Redemption
    The Breakfast Club
    Animal House
    Seven
    The Silence of the Lambs
    American History X
    Apocalypse Now
    Get woke, go broke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frightened Inmate No. 2 View Post
    Godfather Pt III
    Taxi Driver
    The Big Lebowski
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    A Clockwork Orange
    The Shining
    Citizen Kane
    No Country for Old Men
    Annie Hall
    North By Northwest
    i've only seen taxi driver and citizen kane out of these. i need to get to work.

    gonna make two lists. one for more mainstream stuff and another for other stuff that i really want to see.

    The Big Lebowski
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    A Clockwork Orange
    The Shining
    No Country for Old Men
    Annie Hall
    North By Northwest
    Apocalypse Now
    Mulholland Drive
    Seven Samurai
    (decided to remove the godfather part III)

    Blue Valentine
    Contempt
    Days of Heaven
    In the Mood for Love
    Sansho the Bailiff
    Nights of Cabiria
    Bad Lieutenant
    I Was Born, But...
    L'avventura
    Two-Lane Blacktop



    my real wishlist has exactly 1,275 films on it atm.

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    ^Do see "The Big Lebowski" and "Mulholland Drive". Those are two of my all-time favorite movies, seen them both maybe 6 times each. Highly recommended

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    I actually have a very long watchlist, but I'll pick the ones I'll want to see the most:

    Amélie From Montmartre (I'm a big Pierre-Jeunet fan) [SEEN]
    The Godfather Part III [SEEN]
    The Blob (original version) [SEEN]
    Soylent Green [SEEN]
    The Manchurian Candidate (original version) [SEEN]
    The Seventh Seal
    The Invisible Man [SEEN]
    Panic At Year Zero [SEEN]
    One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest [SEEN]
    Dog Day Afternoon [SEEN]
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    The big lebowski
    Vertigo
    Silence of the lambs
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    Ferris Bueller day off
    The Shawshank Redemption
    Full Metal Jacket
    Gone with the Wind
    Lawrence of Arabia
    The Color Purple

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    1) The Lego Movie
    2) Star Wars Episode 3
    3) Insidious 2
    4) Tangled
    5) Muppets Most Wanted
    6) The Scary Movie series
    7) Shaun of the Dead
    8) World's End
    9) Bad Neighbours
    10) A Million Ways to Die in the West


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    Quote Originally Posted by hutz View Post
    Seeing @Steve's new thread made me realize how little progress I've made with this the past 6 months

    In Cold Blood
    Barry Lyndon
    The Taking of Pelham 123 (original)
    Five Easy Pieces
    Scarecrow
    Manhattan
    Lenny
    Nashville
    The Last Picture Show
    Klute
    I can cut Barry Lyndon, In Cold Blood and Manhattan and replace them with oh i don't know, we'll say the 400 Blows, the Sorcerer and My Darling Clementine

    The Taking of Pelham 123 (original)
    Scarecrow
    Five Easy Pieces
    Lenny
    Nashville
    the Last Picture Show
    Klute
    The 400 Blows
    My Darling Clementine
    The Sorcerer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frightened Inmate No. 2 View Post
    The Big Lebowski
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    A Clockwork Orange
    The Shining
    No Country for Old Men
    Annie Hall
    North By Northwest
    Apocalypse Now
    Mulholland Drive
    Seven Samurai

    Blue Valentine
    Contempt
    Days of Heaven
    In the Mood for Love
    Sansho the Bailiff
    Nights of Cabiria
    Bad Lieutenant
    I Was Born, But...
    L'avventura
    Two-Lane Blacktop
    i've seen annie hall, apocalypse now, contempt, days of heaven, bad lieutenant, i was born, but..., and two-lane blacktop so far.


    The Big Lebowski
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    A Clockwork Orange
    The Shining
    No Country for Old Men
    North By Northwest
    Mulholland Drive
    Seven Samurai
    The French Connection
    Once Upon a Time in the West


    Blue Valentine
    In the Mood for Love
    Sansho the Bailiff
    Nights of Cabiria
    L'avventura
    Naked Lunch
    Tokyo Story
    Close-Up
    The Mother and the Whore
    My Night at Maud's



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