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#30186 - 09/30/09 05:04 PM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: mattie]
mattie Offline

Registered: 08/27/09
Posts: 94
Loc: Lat: 36.081, Lon: -96.179
I know I'm stepping outside of the 5 movie limit, but I just want to list Barbarella (1968) as well.

#30188 - 09/30/09 05:45 PM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: mattie]
BelialsGal Offline

Registered: 08/30/09
Posts: 43
Loc: Tulsa, OK
After a bit of thinking, here are my top 5 films:

Green Street Hooligans- This film is directed by one of my favorite ladies, Lexi Alexander who is also responsible for the greatness known as Punisher: Warzone. Itís an awesome film about a Harvard drop-out who finds commradery through football (soccer) and brawling. There is some intense fighting in this movie which is why I love it.

Wizard of Oz- Itís been my favorite movie since I was five. I watched it two weeks ago, it still cheers me up when Iím sad. I cannot believe itís been 70 years since its release.

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington- This movie stars sexy man, James Stewart. Itís a story of a naÔve Senator who takes on the big wigs in Washington. Itís an oldie, but goody for sure.

Downfall-This is a German film that was released in 2004 about the last days of Hitler and Reich. The movie is set mainly in Berlin and shows the downward spiral of Hitler into complete paranoia.

Wristcutters-A Love Story- Itís a story of a man who commits suicide only to find himself in an afterlife worse than the one before. I think I mainly love this movie because it exposed me to the band Gogol Bordello.

#31420 - 11/08/09 05:51 PM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: SkaffenAmtiskaw]
Room 101 Offline

Registered: 10/17/09
Posts: 262
Loc: Scotland
There are so many films that i would love to include, but if my hand were forced...
Suspiria (1977),
Twilight zone (movie),
Pan's labyrinth,
American Phyco (i have no idea what the fuck the second films was about...garbage),
Schindler's list

Iím not allowed a sixth, but if I could it would be 1984. Not as good as the book, but still a very decent rendition of the story.
"Nothing is your own except the few cubic centimeters inside your skull." - George Orwell (1984)

#31424 - 11/08/09 06:34 PM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: Room 101]
Ankhhape Offline

Registered: 07/28/09
Posts: 99
Enter the Dragon
Pulp Fiction
My Movie

#31447 - 11/09/09 09:58 AM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: Ankhhape]
Ankhhape Offline

Registered: 07/28/09
Posts: 99
Obviously I can't count . . .
#31510 - 11/10/09 02:17 AM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: Nightmare]
Wicked Satanist Offline

Registered: 10/23/07
Posts: 244
Loc: Michigan
5 of my Favorite Movies not in any particular rank or order...

Monty Python and the Holy Grail (although any of them are great!)
The Dark Knight (Heath Ledger R.I.P.)
Underworld Evolution (sex scene is wicked hot)
X-Men Origins (Loved them all actually)
Clerks I & II (chasing amy, mall rats, dogma, jay & silent bob)

5 of my Favorite Actors not in any rank or order...
Denzel Washington
Kevin Smith
Nicolas Cage
Hugh Jackman
Brad Pitt

5 of my Favorite Actresses not in any rank or order...
Jennifer Garner
Jennifer Aniston
Kate Beckinsale
Megan Fox
Jenna Jameson (tribute to the porn world)
Forever in Darkness,

#32902 - 12/14/09 12:54 PM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: Nightmare]
Deathcrush Offline

Registered: 05/01/09
Posts: 11
Loc: Malta, Europe
Big fan of films..well horror films

I think that anyone who likes movies should watch these

1) The exocist
2) Texas chainsaw massacre (even the remakes arent bad)
3) The Shining
4) Friday the 13th (The second one is realy good)
5) Poltergiest 1
6) Silence of the lambs (my fav Hannibal film)

Sry for exceding the limit
And for not including greats like Halloween,The sentinel,Dawn of the dead,The omen etc

A film I realy reccomend to those who like Saddist stuff,as in sexually saddistic is ,120 days of sodom.
Rape is not a crime,its a state of mind.

#32903 - 12/14/09 01:24 PM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: Deathcrush]
Natalia666 Offline

Registered: 11/29/09
Posts: 34
Loc: Alabama
I would have two separate lists. One that is regular movies. The second being the sadistic disturbing horror movies.

In no order.

1. Pulp Fiction
2. True Romance
3. Reservoir Dogs
4. Devil's Rejects/House of 1000 Corpses
5. The Godfather series

The second list of movies that should have never been made, lol

1. 120 Days of Sodom
2. Cannibal Holocaust
3. Flower of Flesh and Blood
4. Necromantix
5. Gummo
"One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman."
-Simone De Beauvoir

#33036 - 12/18/09 07:50 AM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: Nightmare]
PeteOfTheDead Offline

Registered: 12/11/09
Posts: 122
Loc: Brunswick, Melbourne, Victoria...
I'm sure of my number 1. The others are as close to being 'in order' as I could get 'em.

1. Edward Scissorhands
2. The Matrix
3. Neon Genesis Evangelion: End Of Evangelion
4. This Is Spinal Tap
5. Suspiria
"The snake will always bite back."
"Every moment is an experience."
Jake 'The Snake' Roberts

#33045 - 12/18/09 01:05 PM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: PeteOfTheDead]
Jake999 Offline
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Registered: 11/02/08
Posts: 2230
There are some "side excursions" in movies that I like to go back to when I just want to escape that might not fit into the top 5 category, but just seem to latch onto me in a fetishistic kind of way, and I tend to watch them whenever they show up in the HBO or Showtime listings.

KISSED - Molly Parker in a sensitive movie about necrophilia.
SECRETARY - Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Spader in an entertaining movie about S&M.
SEX MONSTER - Mariel Hemmingway in a funny movie that reminds us to be carful about what we wish for.
BARBARELLA - Jane Fonda pre politics. Sexy, fun...
Bury your dead, pick up your weapon and soldier on.

#36667 - 03/17/10 09:13 PM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: Nightmare]
exadust Offline

Registered: 03/09/10
Posts: 91
Loc: georgia
Bram Stoker's Dracula
Prophecy 2 (Glenn Danzig as Samael)
Full Metal Jacket
Herein you will find truth and fantasy. Each is necessary in order for the other to exsist.

#36672 - 03/17/10 09:53 PM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: exadust]
felixgarnet Offline
active member

Registered: 10/17/09
Posts: 689
Loc: UK
My number one, for ever, "Night of the Demon" (1957) director Jacques Tourneur. Shot in black and white in my opinion, the classic film of how magick "works" this is an interpretation of M.R. James' short story, "Casting The Runes". I know great chunks of the script off by heart and created a FaceBook page for it, sad creature that I am. ;\)

Number two has to be "Rosemary's Baby" (1968) director Roman Polanski. This is probably a favourite of many here for obvious reasons! I love the atmosphere of it, the way the plot develops and that totally unexpected ending. Wonderful stuff.

Numbers three, four and five are hard to choose. "The Exorcist" has to be one of them and, although it has dated I still find it disturbing to watch and the sheer amount of hard work that went into the special effects still never fails to impress me.

Bette Davis films are favourites, too though of very different genres to the three above. She was so talented and could imply more with a sigh or the lift an eyebrow than many modern actresses can with a raft of CGI, body doubles and overtly explicit scripts at their disposal. "Now, Voyager", "All About Eve" and "The Old Maid" are ideal for a winter afternoon in front of the telly with curtains drawn and tea and cake close by. \:\)
"Here's to Artifice!" - Anton Szandor LaVey.

#36699 - 03/18/10 05:57 AM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: felixgarnet]
Doomsage680 Offline

Registered: 10/01/09
Posts: 111
Loc: NJ, USA
I feel like such a kid when it comes time to list movies.
Some have been mentioned before. I can't do 5

1. Passion of The I'm kidding. Jesus would roll in his grave if he heard that (OHHHH)

1. Fight Club...I nearly cried in the end. Suicide, love, rebels
2. Harold and Maude...really touched me. Suicide, love, rebels
3. 8 fave rapper, great movie-Perseverance and honesty
4. The Matrix...Truth, philosophy, action, bad assery
5. Ferris Bueller's Day Off...real people, family, friendship

6. American History X...Edward Norton, human potential, race
7. Revolutionary Road...incredible acting. real life, family
8. Along Came Polly...Stiller, overcoming personal issues, trust
9. Fun With Dick and Jane...oh corporate America
10.Donnie Darko...personal issues, philosophy, mental problems

Gotta mention Pursuit of Happyness, Something's Gotta Give, Brothers, and the part of X-Men: The Last Stand where Jean Gray says "I love you", and Wolverine must stab her with his claws before her uncontrollable powers destroy the world. It was beautiful. Dustin Hoffman is also a great actor, though I only remember him in Rain Man and maybe Death of a Salesman.
Now that I look at it, that's a pretty decent list if I do say so myself.
"I who have nothing but the comfort of my sins"
- Vinny Paz

#36707 - 03/18/10 12:52 PM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: Nightmare]
Michael A.Aquino Offline

Registered: 09/28/08
Posts: 2721
Loc: San Francisco, CA, USA
The Lord of the Rings (trilogy)
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (Disney 1954)
Apocalypse Now (Redux)
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
Michael A. Aquino

#36713 - 03/18/10 02:41 PM Re: Top 5 movies [Re: Nightmare]
MorningStar93 Offline

Registered: 10/20/09
Posts: 28
Loc: Ecotopia
Pulp Fiction
Breakfast Club
The Matrix
Star Wars episode 4-5-6

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