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Top 100 Films Of All Time

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26 Re: Top 100 Films Of All Time on 11/9/2009, 8:45 pm


If someone else doesn't pick up where Rish & I have left off, I'm going to start randomly nominating movies like Howard the Duck, The Happening, Crank, Lost Boys: The Tribe, and Love in the Time of Cholera.

So, get to it!

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27 Re: Top 100 Films Of All Time on 11/13/2009, 2:23 am


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A couple of movies on my list are one the Breakfast Club, Night of the Living Dead the original, House on Haunted Hill with Vincent Price of course, Akira a great anime classic, Dave with Kevin Kline, National Lampoon's Animal House, Blues Brothers, Clockwork Orange, Seven Samaurai, Clerks, and another movie will have to be Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

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28 Re: Top 100 Films Of All Time on 11/16/2009, 7:29 pm

Pride & Predjudice both the Laurance Olivia & Donald Sutherland versions

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29 Re: Top 100 Films Of All Time on 11/17/2009, 1:33 am


Epic Win
Epic Win
It's getting to the point, for me anyway, that I'd just be listing movies I've seen and not really ones of outstanding merit. If I think of anything else, I'll let you guys know. For now, I'm gonna compile a list of the candidates and see where we are.

[EDIT] I have been remiss! I thought for sure I had nominated it, but no! A Philadelphia Story!! With Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, and Jimmy Stewart! Greatest movie ever in my book, and what a cast!

Also, as the list stands, there are only 42 unique nominations. We have a long way to go, as we need about 200 in order to whittle the list down properly. Let's get to it!

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