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    That's more than 10

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    Sorry, I can't help it. I've got a lot of movies to see

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    Moana
    Cinderella
    (Live Action)
    The King's Speech
    Finding Dory
    The Descendants
    (the one with George Clooney and his family, NOT the one with the Disney villain kids)
    Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire
    Man of Steel
    Captain America: Civil War
    The Good Dinosaur
    (I heard it was mediocre, but mediocre by Pixar standards is still really good if the Cars movies, Brave, and Monsters University are any indication)
    Batman Begins
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    good list @AngusCastle.

    would be interested to hear what someone else on here thinks about kiss me kate. as a cole porter worshiper i expected greatness but instead found it to be the most painful '50s musical that i've seen.

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    That's kind of shame considering I really like movie musicals. Worst 50s musical I've seen is The King and I

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    my rule for musicals is that I don't watch anything with Howard Keel in it

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    hahaha i can't stand him either. he's in some good stuff, though.

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    Close Encounters of the Third Kind
    Mary Poppins
    All the President's Men
    The Immortal Story
    I Never Sang for My Father
    Only Angels Have Wings
    The Searchers
    The Rain People
    Raging Bull
    Limelight


    I have no idea why I haven't seen these films since I want to see them. Watching a movie isn't that difficult...

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    -Edge of 17
    -Moana
    -Doctor Stranger
    -Fantastic Beasts
    -Ant-Man
    -Rogue One
    -Don't Breathe

    that's about all i can think of right now.

    I wanna see Edge of 17 and Moana both because they're pretty popular and I'm pretty sure I'd like them. Fantastic Beasts because I think it would be an interesting film. Don't Breathe because the concept is interesting to me, and I heard good things. Rogue One because, you know, Star Wars... Doctor Strange and Ant-Man because I'm a MCU fan and need to catch up sooner rather than later...

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    -Faris Beuller's Day Off
    -Aladdin
    -A Dog's Purpose
    -Rogue One
    -Wargames

    I have a ton of DVDS I've never unwrapped from birthdays, Christmas, etc. I should probably start digging through those.

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    I can tick Shaun of the Dead off my list. Hot Fuzz was funnier and more heartfelt but I still really enjoyed it.

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    8 1/2
    The Princess Bride
    The Music Man (1962)
    Ace in the Hole
    Almost Famous
    American Beauty
    The Texas chainsaw Massacre
    Top Hat
    Rain Man
    L'Atalante

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    Mostly just animated stuff but whatever

    1. Fritz the Cat
    2. The Great Mouse Detective
    3. The Rescuers Down Under
    4. Corpse Bride
    5. Song of the Sea
    6. Anomalisa
    7. The Lego Movie
    8. Psycho
    9. 2001: A Space Odyssey
    10. Close Encounters of the Third Kind

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    In no particular order:

    House (1977) (Tried to record this off TCM a while back, but I failed.)
    A Hard Day's Night (I rented this from Netflix months ago)
    Magical Mystery Tour
    Deadpool (have this on tape)
    Life of Brian
    CSA: Confederate States of America
    Wayne's World
    The Trip (1967)
    Funny Games (2007)
    The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini

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    why did you tape deadpool
    Fuck Donald Trump. #NotMyPresident

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    I had a blank tape on hand at the time. It was a couple of months back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jal90 View Post
    Barry Lyndon
    Once upon a time in America
    Schindler's list
    Dogville
    Otto e mezzo
    Ikiru
    The sting
    Sansho the Bailiff
    The tale of the princess Kaguya
    Life is beautiful
    Whoa, I've made very little progress in two years. Two fascinating films, by the way.

    Two new ones:

    Barry Lyndon
    Once upon a time in America
    Schindler's list
    Otto e mezzo
    Ikiru
    The sting
    Sansho the Bailiff
    Life is beautiful
    Grapes of wrath
    Lawrence of Arabia

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueRibbonCommittee View Post
    Moana
    Cinderella
    (Live Action)
    The King's Speech
    Finding Dory
    The Descendants
    (the one with George Clooney and his family, NOT the one with the Disney villain kids)
    Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire
    Man of Steel
    Captain America: Civil War
    The Good Dinosaur

    Batman Begins
    Moana out. Saw it at a party a few weeks ago. In its place I will put The Heathers, courtesy of @comeau. I'll be sure to report when I finally do see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngusCastle View Post
    8 1/2
    The Princess Bride
    The Music Man (1962)
    Ace in the Hole
    Almost Famous
    American Beauty
    The Texas chainsaw Massacre
    Top Hat
    Rain Man
    L'Atalante
    Seen and replaced with Planes Trains and Automobiles, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane and Dog Day Afternoon

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    Seconds
    Zazie dans la Metro
    Nashville
    The Last Picture Show (Catch-22)
    Rififi
    Rashomon
    Interiors
    My Darling Clementine
    Knife in the Water
    Stardust Memories

    can cut The Last Picture Show and will replace with Catch-22

    also just finished my last Mann/Stewart western (finally!). they were all great but Winchester '73 was my fave

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    My Fair Lady
    Terms of Endearment
    The Artist
    A Place in the Sun
    Duck Soup
    The Asphalt Jungle
    The Third Man
    All the President's Men
    Get Out
    Little Miss Sunshine

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    I have decided to make a separate list of movies I'd like to see... my previous list is movies I might enjoy. But this one is movies that I've heard are so godawful, but despite and/or because of that, morbid curiosity tempts me to watch them either to see how bad they are or to see if I will agree or disagree with the crowd.

    The Emoji Movie
    Pinocchio (the 2002 live action version)
    Gigli
    Pixels
    Season of the Witch
    Happily N'Ever After
    Showgirls
    (the TV edit)
    Delgo
    Foodfight!
    Norm of the North

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    @BlueRibbonCommittee I've seen two of those movies. Trust me, Pixels is NOT so bad it's kinda funny to watch, or even bad enough to really rip to shreds. It's just a boring, mediocre movie that will be nothing more than a waste of your time.

    Foodfight! is technically the worse movie, but it's also so hilariously awful at times it's something you gotta see at least once (well, scratch that, once only). Mostly it was so boring it made me fall asleep, but it's still an amusingly bad enough movie that I "recommend" it.
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    "KONY 2012"

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    Seconds
    Zazie dans la Metro
    Nashville
    Catch-22
    Rififi
    Rashomon
    Interiors
    My Darling Clementine
    Knife in the Water
    Stardust Memories (Save the Tiger)

    saw Stardust Memories today so that's out and replace it with Save the Tiger

    hey @Frightened Inmate No. 2 been ages since you updated us

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    oh yeah, i check on this thread a lot so i forget that i haven't posted here in a while.

    Quote Originally Posted by Frightened Inmate No. 2 View Post
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    A Clockwork Orange
    Seven Samurai
    Full Metal Jacket
    Zodiac
    Fight Club
    The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
    The Searchers
    The Terminator
    Spirited Away

    Blue Valentine
    In the Mood for Love
    Nights of Cabiria
    L'avventura
    Naked Lunch
    Tokyo Story
    The Mother and the Whore
    My Night at Maud's
    A Matter of Life and Death
    Werckmeister Harmonies
    seen 2001, full metal jacket, spirited away, nights of cabiria, naked lunch, tokyo story, my night at maud's, and a matter of life and death.


    A Clockwork Orange
    Seven Samurai
    Zodiac
    Fight Club
    The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
    The Searchers
    The Terminator
    The Sixth Sense
    The Prestige
    Drive

    Blue Valentine
    In the Mood for Love
    L'avventura
    The Mother and the Whore
    Werckmeister Harmonies
    Margaret
    Like Someone in Love
    4 Weeks, 3 Months, and 2 Days
    Make Way For Tomorrow
    Titicut Follies
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    While not humorous, would be cool if someone actually put this in their sig.

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    I still haven't seen Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Pocohantas, the Rescuers Down Under, and a number of Disney films from the 1940's-1950's.

    I just saw Mulan a few weekends ago, however; probably one of my favorite films to date.

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    Haven't seen Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast? you're missing out.

    Little Miss Sunshine
    The Ten Commandments
    Now Voyager
    Swing Time
    My Fair Lady
    Rogue One
    Gilda
    The King of Comedy
    A Place in the Sun
    Scary Movie 2-5

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    All of Star Wars, Harry Potter and Indiana Jones. I actually watched the original Star Wars trilogy in 2016, and the prequels last month. Saw The Force Awakens in the theatre. Only Rogue One left.

    Seeing Raiders of the Lost Ark in the theatre a few weeks from now. They were screening it two times so I took the chance. When else am I gonna get an opportunity to see that at the theatre.

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    The godfather movies
    Jaws
    2001 A Space Odyssey
    Logan
    Gravity
    Terminator movies
    A clockwork orange
    Schindlers list
    Thor movies (Only recent marvel movies i have not seen yet)
    Gladiator

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    Quote Originally Posted by hutz View Post
    Seconds
    Zazie dans la Metro
    Nashville (Le Samourai)
    Catch-22
    Rififi
    Rashomon (Spirit of the Beehive)
    Interiors
    My Darling Clementine
    Knife in the Water
    Save the Tiger
    seen Nashville and Rashomon
    will replace them with Le Samourai and Spirit of the Beehive



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