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  1. 03-22-10
    Actually I did this for two reasons. There all infinaitly interesting films, bold, awkward, unconforming and I beileve that there's a great film somewhere in all that mess for the most part with the exception of THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW which is a simple disaster film I rather liked and LAST ACTION HERO which I think is a masterpiece. Did the directors lose control, become interested in some else more than what the film once was while making it. The second reason is out of curousity. I was wondering if anyone even payed attention to peoples favourite films lists such as I do. the answer is yes, thanks.
  2. 03-11-10
    AFI top 100 you can't go wrong with these. Just depends on the mood your in.

    15. Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope 1977
    19. Chinatown 1974
    40. North by Northwest 1959
    46. A Clockwork Orange 1971
    47. Taxi Driver 1976
    48. Jaws 1975
    61. Vertigo 1958
    67. The Manchurian Candidate 1962
    80. The Wild Bunch 1969
    94. Goodfellas 1990

    As for best pictures not my favourite nessecarly but 5 intriguing choices the academy went with that I particularly love.

    Wings
    How Green Was My Valley
    The Apartment
    Ordinary People
    Amadeus
  3. 03-09-10
    I've been toying with moving 12 Angry Men to the first slot, but yes, Dial M is really a brilliant film. Strangely fun and lighthearted! Really love it.

    Glad you like the Lists; we'll definitely keep adding more! Not too often, because we're picky about it, but there'll definitely be more.
  4. 03-09-10
    What's up Rauldc! Welcome to mofo. Wondering if your name has any reference to Stargate?
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Manchester by the Sea   6/02/17
Obviously with the writing and screenplay being a major force it wasn't necessarily imperative to have complet...

La La Land   1/10/17
So many skyline scenes with beautiful colors, and the backgrounds and settings used in the film were just simp...

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