Give me your top five

Frisbinator said:
You sound like one of those artsy fartsy people who like films like "Clockwork Orange". Well you go and post somewhere else pal. This thread is not for you.
oh? so this thread is for a standart stereotypical redneck dumbass? I see
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oh? so this thread is for a standart stereotypical redneck dumbass? I see

ok, I get it now.

1. Any Steven Segal movie
2. Flashdance
3. Police Acadamy 5
4. Air Bud
5. Road House
Frisbinator said:
I have also chosen to ignore the guy who had JACKASS in his list. Thankyou everyone and please read my rules before posting.

Who in the hell are you? By the way, I thought it was evident that I was a girl and not a guy , you retard.

Kunax: Thanks pal. :)
Frisby you moron, Shawshank Redemption's an arty film?

Adding to buffy's list :

1. Predator

2. The Hulk

3. Driven

4. Rugrats the movie

5. Hellraiser 2
Here we go again:

1. Pulp Fiction - Say what again, mother fucker! Say what again! Does he look like a bitch?
2. The Big Lebowski - Best Cohen brothers’ film, ever.
3. Spirited Away
4. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan - Best Star Trek movie, ever.
5. Harvey - A classic movie about a guy who has an invisible rabbit for a friend. Johnny Darko rips this movie off big time.
In no particular order (although they are numbered):
1. - akira (Japanese Film)
2. - round midnight (the jazz film - French co-production?)
3. - the seven samurai (Japanese Film)
4. - Turk fruit (dutch film)
5. - Lawrence of Arabia (British Film)

turks fruit said:
Plot Summary for Turks fruit (1973)
Sort of a cross between "Love Story" and an earthy Rembrandt painting, this movie stars Rutger Hauer as a gifted Dutch sculptor who has a stormy, erotic, and star-crossed romance with a beautiful young girl. The story follows the arc of their relationship and his interaction with her family. Told in flashback form, initially Hauer is seen as a libertine lothario collector, taking trophies from his sexual conquests and pasting them in a book. He sees a sculpture he made of his lost lover and goes into a flashback of his relationship with his wife. He meets the girl, falls in love with/marries her, and we meet her parents: a charming, well meaning, bumbling father, and his shrew of a wife, who's convinced Hauer's too much of a bohemian to make a good mate for her daughter. Eventually, the petty jealousies, the sexual hijinks, and the climactic vomit scene prove too much for the marriage, and sculptor and his lady fair separate. Flash forward several months, and Hauer finds the girl back in Holland after an American sojourn. Their reunion is short lived; the somewhat melodramatic ending mirrors "Love Story".

I guess it is called 'Turkish delight' in english. Here is the link to - turkish delight
Interestingly you have to be over 18 if you want to buy it. I think I saw it first when I was 10 or so.
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1. Terkel i Knibe (Danish, best movie in a long time, it would make US censure go beeeeep)
2. Akira (Japan, anime)
3. Taxi (French)
4. Ran (Japan)
5. Twin Warriers (Chinese)
No particular order;
fucking amal
welcome to the dollhouse
the burbs

There's heaps more, most of the foreign films I like I don't even know the names of.
I thought that I was very clear when I said that I did not want to hear the SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION mentioned. This thread has turned into a "witch hunt", except for this is more of a "Frisbinator hunt" so to speak. My rules have been completely ignored and I am seeing BRITISH, ARTSY and worst of all, THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION mentioned.

I have been labeled as a "retard", "idiot", "moron", a "redneck" and a "dumbass" simply for my opinions. Well, it is obvious to me that I am dealing with immature children here and I guess that I incorrectly assumed that we were all mature adults.

And to the gentleman who put Jackass as his top favorite movie..... you ought to be ashamed. That is ALMOST worse than liking "The Shawshank Redemption".

And one more thing. Predator 1 and 2 are both outstanding movies. To the person whom sarcastically posted them as his top five...... I have pity on you.
haha you are funny...
are you mature enough to show some respect for other people's opinions and choices, mature enough to tolerate and appreciate all kinds of movies, and mature enough to avoid any prejudice and subjective thoughts on certain types of films??

No movie is perfect, but no movie is "bad". Every film is a form of art, and it should be valued and appreciated. Just because you don't like a movie, does not mean that it is bad. every movie has something good in it.:)
Fight Club
A Shot In The Dark
Dr. Strangelove
To Kill A Mockingbird
Inherit The Wind
Once Upon A Time In The West
Pulp Fiction
Midnight Cowboy
Blade Runner
Aaaahhh slingblade! ofcourse!
That would replace one of my top 5, not sure which.
Frisbinator, go fuck yourself, you're banned from this thread. BANNED!
I forgot to add:

7. C.I.A.: Codename Alexa - starring Mr. OJ Simpson (I cannot recommend this highly enough)
8. Dungeons & Dragons: The Movie - (Makes LOTR look like a film student project, pure genius)
If the sopranos was a gigantic movie it would be my favourite by far.
And before any anti-popular-things people come in here slamming it; you are wrong, it is genius, shut the fuck up, idiot.
I will brake the rules completely now:

1.Crimson Tide
Can't even remember it. Isn't that some tom clancy book based flick? One of those throw away paperbacks.

2.A Few Good Men
A typical hollywood flick

3.The Rock
That was bad. The only good thing about this movie was Sean Connery. He is not American apparently.

4.Return of The Jedi
Carrie fisher looked nice next to jabba the hutt.

5.The Last Samuri
The japanese cast did some decent acting. Why does tom cruise has to have a japanese woman in this movie? She doesn't fit in. She looks to much like a model. She was out of place. Tom cruise is supposed to be a 'warrior'. Let him fart and rampage. Possibly visit the prostitutes when the urges get too strong. But not this.
"Brazil" LOVE Terry Gilliam's films
"Apocalypse now"
"Wings of Desire"
"The Big Lebowski"
Woody Allen's "Bananas"
Monty Python's "Life of Brian"
1. Terkel I Knibe
2. Kill Bill vol. 1-2
3. Alien
4. South Park, Bigger, Longer and uncut
5. Blood, the last vampire

...hmm thats 3 animated movies there

6. Henry V.
UK movie over a play by William Shakespeare
Here are mine: