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derp.
Posted by bryan on May 26, 2006
Dr. Strangelove - when the cowboy rides the bomb out of the plane... that is why I watch movies.

Roadhouse - don't fucking question it. You know it in your heart to be true.

Star Trek 2: Wrath of Khan

I can't even name 2 other movies that come close to this magical threesome of awesome.

So I will just say:

Battle Royale

Buckaroo Bonzai



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Posted by bryan on May 26, 2006
Amelie and Labyrinth require a re-watching. Both great movies from what I remember.

Nobody puts Baby in a corner
Posted by jenn_in_ireland on May 26, 2006
Dirty Dancing.

And I'm not even sorry.

(ok, for the record, it's not *really* my favourite movie, but it is definitely my favourite guilty pleasure...)

Nobody puts Baby in a corner
Posted by jenn_in_ireland on May 26, 2006
Dirty Dancing.

And I'm not even sorry.

(ok, for the record, it's not *really* my favourite movie, but it is definitely my favourite guilty pleasure...)

Cosmicfish
Posted by Miguel on May 26, 2006
You are the gayest most girly girl ever.

Good pick with nausicaa though. Miyazaki 4 life, although my favorite of his is porco rosso.

Miyazaki
Posted by cosmicfish on May 26, 2006
I love everything of his I've seen. I think Porco Rosso is the only one I haven't seen... I'll make more of an effort to find it.

I sure am a gay girlie girl.

mine
Posted by andimspent on May 26, 2006
It's very hard to narrow down since i have about 15 movies i'd put on my favorites list.
but for now (in no particular order) I'll say:

2001: A Space Odyssey
Vozvrashcheniye
Brick
Y Tu Mama Tambien
Gerry

Top 5
Posted by James H> on Jun 01, 2006
That is a tough one. A lot of the movies I would consider to be among my favourites are ones I haven't actually seen in a while (Seven, Natural Born Killers, Kids, etc.), and I often find that films I really enjoyed years ago don't always hold up when I watch them again.

If I made my list based on the movies I've seen the most number of times, it would probably be something along the lines of: Groundhog Day, What's Eating Gilbert Grape, Benny and Joon, Fear and Loathing, and What About Bob? (or maybe Scrooged).

Regardless I think my actual picks would be:

Edward Scissorhands
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Amelie
A Very Long Engagement
Pirates