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12 Monkeys
2001 A Space Odyssey
1941
101 Dalmatians
40 Year Old Virgin

Abbott and Costello Volume 1
American Psycho
Apollo 13
Action Jackson
Akira
AVP
As Good As It Gets
Alexander
Army of Darkness
The Arrival
Amos and Andrew
Apocalypse Now
Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me
The Apartment
Amelie
Assault on Precinct 13
Angel Heart
The Amityville Horror
AI
Alive
Alfie
The Adventures of Robin Hood
American Pie The Naked Mile

The Birds
Boogie Nights
Back to the Future One Two Three
Bourne Identity One Two Three
The ‘Burbs
Big Trouble in Little China
Breaking In
The Bad News Bears
Black Christmas
The Black Dahlia
Bad Boys
Breathless (Mcbride)
Brotherhood of the Wolf
The Big Country
Brubaker
The Bone Collector
The Boys From Brazil
Brazing Saddles
Behind Enemy Lines
Bio Dome
Bruce Lee The Big Boss, Fist of Fury, Way of the Drago, Game of Death II, Game of Death
Breakdown
Battle of Britain
Bloodsport
Batman Begins
Body Snatchers
Blades of Glory
The Big Easy
Belle De Jour
Brazil
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Blood and Black Lace
Body Heat
Band of Outsiders
Blue Velvet
Batman (Burton)
Babel
Blow
Body Double
Barfly
Blow Up
Blow Out
Barry Lyndon
Bob Le Flambeur
Bullitt
The Big Lebowski
The Big Sleep
Blade Runner
Black Sunday
Bad Day at Black Rock
Ball of Fire
Big Wednesday
Before Sunrise

The Chain Recation
Clerks
Coming to America
The Cincinnati Kid
Charade
City of Angles
City Slickers One Two
Coffy
The Count of Monte Cristo (Johnson)
Caddyshack
Children of Men
The Century of Cinema (Scorsese)
Chinatown
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Clue
Classic Comedies 15 Set
Cry Wolf
Citizen Kane
Catch-22
Carrie
The Conversation
Clint Eastwood 4 Set Space Cowboys, Honkytonk Man, Every Which Way But Loose, Any Which Way You Can
Clint Eastwood 3 Set Honkytonk Man, City Heat, Pink Cadillac
Crimes and Misdemeanours
Constantine
Casualties of War

Day for Night
Deliverance
The Deer Hunter
Die Hard One Two Three Four
Defiance
Dr. Strangelove or how I learned to stop worrying and love the Bomb
Das Boot
Devil in a Blue Dress
Doctor Zhivago
Demolition Man
Dawn of the Dead
Dersu Uzala
Devil’s Advocate
Dario Argento Deep Red and Tenebre
The Dish
Domino
The Duellists
Deathproof
Donnie Darko
Double Indemnity
Dead Man
Deep Blue Sea
Dazed and Confused
Dances with Wolves
The Dog Who Stopped the War
The Day of the Jackel
Deathtrap
Dressed to Kill
Dodgeball
Dogmia
Desperado

The Enemy Below
Escape From New York
Escape from L.A.
Escape From Alcatraz
Eastern Promises
Evil Dead One Two
El Mariachi
Excalibur
Exorcist II The Heretic
Eyes of Laura Mars
Evelyn
The Express
Eyes Wide Shut
Eddie Murphy Delirious
El Dorado
Ed Wood
An Everlasting Piece
The Eagle Has Landed

The French Connection
Footloose
Fort apache, The Bronx
The Fugitive
Flashdance
Fletch
Femme Fatale
Fargo
Full Frontal
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Fearless
Full Metal Jacket
Forrest Gump
Fight Club
A Fish Called Wanda
The Fifth Element
Foxy Brown
Frenzy
Flight of the Phoenix
The Fountain
Fried Green Tomatoes

Grumpy Old Men One Two
Gosford Park
The Getaway (Peckinpah)
Goodfellas
The Girl Who Knew Too Much
Ghost World
Gung Ho
Goldfinger
Garden State
Get Shorty
G.I. Jane
George Wallace
Gladiator
The Godfather One Two Three
The Great Escape both Normal and Special Edition
Glengarry Glen Ross
The Great Santini
The Goonies
The Ghost and The Dakness
The Guns of Navarone
Greatest Story Ever Told
Grandma’s Boy

Harvey
Hell is for Heroes
Harold and Kumar go to White Castle
Hot Fuzz
The Hunt for Red October
Happy Gilmore
The Hardway
Hostel
Hitchcock Blackmail, The Lady Vanishies, Rich and Strange, Secret Agent, The 39 Steps, Sabotage, Number 17, The Man Who Knew Too Much and The Lodger
Hitchcock Strangers on a Train, Foreign Correspondent, Stage Fright, Dial M for Murder, Suspicion, The Wrong Man, I Confess, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and North by Northwest
The Howling
Hanover Street
Hope and Glory
Hard Eight
Heist
Heat
Hollywood Homicide
His Girl Friday
The Hustler
Howard the Duck
Heavenly Creatures
The Hospital
Hoosiers

The Ice Storm
Independence Day
Iceman
In The Mouth of Madness
It’s a Wonderful Life
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (Siegel)
Into The Wild
Interview With the Vampire
I Am Legend
In the Line of Fire

Jackie Brown
Jacob’s Ladder
Johnny Be Good
Jarhead
Jaws
Jean Claude Van Damme Hard Target and Sudden Death
Jurassic Park One Two Three
Jean Claude Van Damme Legionnaire and Replicant
Jumanji
Jerry Seinfeld
John Carpenter 4 Set The Thing, They Live, Prince of Darkness and Village of the Damned
The Joy Luck Club
Jamie Foxx Straight from the Foxxhole

The Killing
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Kill Bill Vol.1 Vol.2
K-9 One Two Three
King Kong
Kelly’s Heroes
The Karate Kid One Two
The Killer
Krull
Koyaanisqatsi

Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
Lord of War
Liberty Heights
Last Action Hero
Lolita
The Long Goodbye
Lady in the Water
L’Avventura
Lethal Weapon One Two Three
Lone Star
Local Hero
Legacy
Lady Vengeance
The Law and Jake Wade
Lost in Space
The Ladykillers
L.A. Confidential
Le Dernier Combat
The Limey

My Life as a Dog
Million Dollar Baby
Menace II Soceity
The Mission
Mind Hunters
Mister Roberts
Manchurian Candidate Normal and Special Edition
Meet John Doe
The Man Who Would Be King
Marnie
Mermaids
Maverick
Me Without You
Master and Commander
Monster’s Ball
Magnum Force
Mario Bava Vol.2
Miami Vice
Maximum Overdrive
My Summer Story
The Minus Man
Mulholland Dr.
Mystic River
Miller’s Crossing
Murder on the Orient Express
My Cousin Vinny
The Man Who Wasn’t There
Mallrats
The Mechanic
Mean Streets
Matrix One Two Three
The More the Merrier
Magnolia

Narc
Night of the Living Dead
National Lampoon’s Vacation
The Negotiator
Nowhere to Run
Never Say Never Again
Nacho Libre

Open Range
Old School
Once Upon a time in Mexico
Once Upon a time in the West
One Two Three
Orange County
Out of Sight
The Others
The Onion Field
October Sky
The Old Dark House
Oliver Twist
The Odessa File
Once Upon a time in America
The Osterman Weekend
Operation Petticoat
Oh Her Majesty’s Secret Service

Pi
Philadelphia
Predator One Two
Poltergiest
Platoon
Porky’s
Planet of the Apes
Panic Room
The Player
Plan 9 From Outer Space
Pulp Fiction
Plains, Trains and Automobiles
A Place in the Sun
The Poseidon Adventure
Paths of Glory
Passenger 57
Pearl Harbour
Psycho (Hitchcock)
Place in the Heart
The Paper Chase
The Princess Bride
Point Blank
The Pink Panther One Two Three Four Five
Paul Newman 2 Set Nobody’s Fool and Fat Man and Little Boy
Planet Terror
The Philadelphia Story

Reservoir Dogs
Ratatouille
The Rainmaker
Ronin
Running scared
Rounders
The Right Stuff
Rear Window
Requiem for a Dream
Raising Cain
Resident Evil
Red Planet
Rio Bravo
The Royal Tenenbaums
Risky Business
The Rookie
Road to Perdition
Rundown
Richard Pryor Live! In Concert
Robocop
Rollerball
Rebel Without a Cause
Runaway Train
Road House
Robots

Spartacus
Stir Crazy
Superman II Richard Donner Cut
Streets of Fire
Sorcerer
Superbad
The Sixth Sense
Stripes
The Shining
The Stunt Man
Sergio Leone 4 Set Dollar Trilogy plus Duck You Sucker
The Secret of Nimh Normal and Special Edition
Snatch
Saving Private Ryan
Sunset Boulavard
Shaun of the Dead
The Sons of Katie Elder
Stakeout
Star Wars Revenge of the Sith
SOS
Salvador
Serial Mom
Signs
Spitfire Grill
Superman One Two Three Four
Superman Special Edition
Stand By Me
Silverado
Speed
Stay
Stranger Than Fiction
The Score
Scoop
Stripetease
Solaris (Soderbergh)
Scream One Two Three
Sleuth (Mankewicz)
The Secret Garden
Serpico
Stagecoach
Stargate
Superman Returns
Seabiscuit
Strange Brew
Snake Eyes
Sex, Lies and Videotape
Sense and Sensibility
Suspense 20 Set
Starlite Drive in Theatre Hustler Squard and Wild Riders
Savage Sisters 4 Set TNT Jackson, Get Christie Love, Sister Street Fighter and High Kicks
Semi Tough
Smokey and the Bandit
Spy Captian and the World of Tomorrow
The Shawshank Redemption
Simpsons The Movie
Spanglish
The Sweet Hereafter
Shadow of a Doubt
Starting Over
Seven
Sonny Chiba 3 Set
The Searchers
Sin City
Some Like It Hot
Scarface (De Palma)
The Seven Ups

Thunderbolt and Lightfoot
True Romance
Transformers The Movie
Two Lane Blacktop
Total Recall
To Catch and Thief
They Shoot Horse Don’t They
The Truman Show
To Kill a Mockingbird
Training Day
Trainspotting
Talladega Night
Transformers
The Tenant
The Time Machine (Pal)
The Thin Red Line
John Carpenter’s The Thing
Twentieth Century
Targets
The Thomas Crown Affair (Jewison)
To Live in Die in L.A.
Tigerland
Tombstone
Troy
Turner and Houch
Taking Lives
Traffic
THX 1138
Touch of Evil
Three Kings
Tremors
Trading Places

Usual Suspects
Unbreakable
Under Capricorn
Used Cars
Unforgiven

Vertigo
The Vanishing (1988)
V for Vendetta
Videodrome
Vanishing Point
Visions of Light
What’s Up Doc
Wag the Dog
When a Stranger Calls
Wait Until dark
White Dog
The Wild Bunch
The World According to Garp
What Lies Beneath
Wonder Boys
War of the Worlds (Spielberg)
Waking Life
What Dreams May Come
White Lightning
Whale Rider
Wildcats
Wild at Heart
The Warriors
What`s Eating Gilbert Grape
When Trumpets Fade

Young Frankenstein
Zodiac
Zoolander

NCIS Season One
Battlestar Galatica Season 2.0 2.5
The Outer Limits
Columbo Season One
The Rockford Files Season One
The Richard Pryor Show Vol. 1 Vol.2 Vol.3



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For anyone wondering, that's 574 DVDs in all, by my count, though I used a few guesstimating shortcuts and am probably a few off.

Also, I wonder if anyone else in the world owns both these:

Amelie
Citizen Kane
The Conversation
The Deer Hunter
Gosford Park
And these:

American Pie The Naked Mile
Demolition Man
Grandma’s Boy
Sudden Death
Mind Hunters
Hey, wait a second...I own both Citizen Kane and Demolition Man. Hmm.
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I also own Citizen Kane and Demolition Man. Gosford Park and Mindhunters, as well.

Are you a big fan of The Rockford Files? Have you heard about the remake/reboot for the Fall schedule? If so, are you looking forward to it?



I also own Citizen Kane and Demolition Man. Gosford Park and Mindhunters, as well.

Are you a big fan of The Rockford Files? Have you heard about the remake/reboot for the Fall schedule? If so, are you looking forward to it?
I watched it quite a bit when I was younger and then saw it for super cheap on dvd so I picked it up. I haven't heard about the reboot ?

Mindhunters rocks



For anyone wondering, that's 574 DVDs in all, by my count, though I used a few guesstimating shortcuts and am probably a few off.

Also, I wonder if anyone else in the world owns both these:



And these:


Hey, wait a second...I own both Citizen Kane and Demolition Man. Hmm.
I'm surpirsed you didn't mention Exorcist II: The Heretic (wooo!!!! wipes forehead with relief) I got away with that one doh! I should have said anything.



101 Dalmatians- 5/10 Not even close to one of my favorite Disney classics, but to each his own
40 Year Old Virgin- 7/10 Decent comedy flick
The Amityville Horror- 7.5/10 I really love the addition of this to your collection, whether it is the original or the remake I enjoyed them both
Bourne Identity One Two Three- 8/10 Great addition to the collection
The Bone Collector 6.5/10
Blades of Glory- 7.5/10 Great comedy flick in my opinion
Fargo- 8/10 Probably one of my more favorite Dark Comedies
Forrest Gump- 8.5/10 the repeatability quality of this film is superb, I need to add it myself
Fight Club- 2/10 I won't talk about this one...
Goodfellas- You had recommended me to watch this movie and I bought it and thought it was great, you HAVE to see The Departed if you enjoy this
Garden State- 7.5/10 I saw this awhile ago, I thought it was decent and might be even better now
Gladiator- 8.5/10 Borderline to be in my top 25
Harold and Kumar go to White Castle- 8/10 this film is so funny I gotta give it an 8/10
Happy Gilmore- ditto for this 8/10
Hitchcock Strangers on a Train, Foreign Correspondent, Stage Fright, Dial M for Murder, Suspicion, The Wrong Man, I Confess, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and North by Northwest- Loved Dial M for Murder and North by Northwest, while Strangers on a Train is also entertaining
Heat- 8.5/10 Fantastic
Howard the Duck- never seen but this was supposed to be bad right?
Independence Day- 8/10 One of my favorites for repeatability
I Am Legend- 7.5/10 Will Smith fan? I am
Jarhead- How would you say this film is? My parents have it but I haven't seen it.


I'll go through more later.



101 Dalmatians- 5/10 Not even close to one of my favorite Disney classics, but to each his own
40 Year Old Virgin- 7/10 Decent comedy flick
The Amityville Horror- 7.5/10 I really love the addition of this to your collection, whether it is the original or the remake I enjoyed them both
Bourne Identity One Two Three- 8/10 Great addition to the collection
The Bone Collector 6.5/10
Blades of Glory- 7.5/10 Great comedy flick in my opinion
Fargo- 8/10 Probably one of my more favorite Dark Comedies
Forrest Gump- 8.5/10 the repeatability quality of this film is superb, I need to add it myself
Fight Club- 2/10 I won't talk about this one...
Goodfellas- You had recommended me to watch this movie and I bought it and thought it was great, you HAVE to see The Departed if you enjoy this
Garden State- 7.5/10 I saw this awhile ago, I thought it was decent and might be even better now
Gladiator- 8.5/10 Borderline to be in my top 25
Harold and Kumar go to White Castle- 8/10 this film is so funny I gotta give it an 8/10
Happy Gilmore- ditto for this 8/10
Hitchcock Strangers on a Train, Foreign Correspondent, Stage Fright, Dial M for Murder, Suspicion, The Wrong Man, I Confess, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and North by Northwest- Loved Dial M for Murder and North by Northwest, while Strangers on a Train is also entertaining
Heat- 8.5/10 Fantastic
Howard the Duck- never seen but this was supposed to be bad right?
Independence Day- 8/10 One of my favorites for repeatability
I Am Legend- 7.5/10 Will Smith fan? I am
Jarhead- How would you say this film is? My parents have it but I haven't seen it.

I'll go through more later.
I find it hard that anyone could only give Fight Club a 20/100 the production value alone is worth that then to simply look at the film from a technical stand point i'd give it a some more points maybe 10 points and cinemtopgraphy and acting it should score at least 40/100. And then that would mean directing subject matter and general enjoyment are absolutely no goes for you which is possible. 20/100 just seems to much like an attention graber I understand you didn't like it but that rating feels extremely harsh and not realistic.

Not into 101, hey! well it's defaintly not for everyones tastes so I can understand why.

Howard the Duck preceed with caution.

Happy Gilmore is still funny though the impact of some of it's hilariousness has worn off a bit I no longer go to it as a trusted comedy yearly, monthly or weekly.

Gladiator is something I actually gave away to my brother and about 3 years later he returned it to me. Honestly it's a visual feast but it's lack luster, the appeal has not last over the years.

Graden State please give it another good.

Yeah ! The Departed has been on my too see list for so long. I do have a reason I actually know what happens so i've stayed away from it since it's release. I'm slowly become intriguied though.

The Bourne Series has gotten better with each new entry which is something you can't say about too many other series.

I really want to say something good about Jarhead to get you to watch it yet nothing to profound or enticing is coming to mind. It blends all types of humor within a dramatic structure story. It's visually compelling to say the least and has such a great aray of performance and acting types. Even though I was not there it feels quite grounded in what my have or my not have been going on (it doesn't remove itself from it's own reality) and the idea of the ending has a hard strong message.



As I'm a bit bored, here's the films you have that I absolutely love.

Amelie
Assault on Precinct 13 (As long as it's the '76 version)
Battle of Britain
Before Sunrise
Citizen Kane
Demolition Man
Dawn of the Dead (As long as this is the '78 version)
Deathproof
Double Indemnity
Dazed and Confused
Ed Wood
Foxy Brown
Gosford Park
Goodfellas
The Godfather
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (Siegel)
Interview With the Vampire
Jaws
The Mechanic
Night of the Living Dead
Psycho (Hitchcock)
Robocop
Rollerball (I would ask if this is the '75 version, but I can't see you having the other one)
Road House
Speed
Scream
Scarface (De Palma)
Total Recall
John Carpenter’s The Thing
Usual Suspects
The Warriors



As I'm a bit bored, here's the films you have that I absolutely love.

Assault on Precinct 13 (As long as it's the '76 version)
Battle of Britain
Dawn of the Dead (As long as this is the '78 version)
The Mechanic
Rollerball (I would ask if this is the '75 version, but I can't see you having the other one)
Scream
Yeah Assault and Dawn are the original films. Rollerball is as well. Yet, if memory serves me well I beileve I did own the dog in question, at some point.

Battle of Britain is a new edition. I love the lengths the film goes to to be authentic it's a precise film.

I rarely ever see anyone mention or like The Mechanic I know you own this on DVD. It might be my favourite Bronson performance as a stand alone. he's the bee's knee's in this.

Out of curousity do you like the sequels to Scream ?



Bright light. Bright light. Uh oh.
I've always liked The Mechanic. I first saw it at the drive-in in 1973, but I can't remember if it was first-run or reissue. I couldn't drive myself anywhere until August 1972.

I don't think they're as good as the original Scream, but I believe both sequels so far are watchable (
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Out of curousity do you like the sequels to Scream ?
I liked the first sequel (Scream 2) but I've only seen Scream 3 twice, tbh, I don't remember it that well. I remember being disapointed by it and thinking that Courtney Cox looked painfully thin. I think it was around the time she married David Arquette, so I guess I shouldn't be too surprised. I was thinking about watching it again a couple of weeks ago. Still haven't, though.

I think I'm right in saying that The Mechanic is my favourite Bronson film. I'm not really a fan, though I really liked Murphy's Law, too.



If you get the chance defaintly seek out St.Ives and mr. majestyk I could recommend others but these I beileve with Death Wish and The Mechanic are must sees



I'm not sure if I've seen Mr. Majestyk or not. If I have, it would've been a very long time ago, so I'll take a peek next time I get the chance. St.Ives I don't know at all, so I'll do the same with that, too. Thanks for the recommendations.



My fave other Bronson headliners are definitely Rider on the Rain
Is that the one were there's a killer the breaks into a house at the begin and it stars is wife. I wish I could remember more of this one if in fact it is the one I'm thinking about.

I gotta say I'm a mega Bronson fan I would love to recommand more films he made such as Death Hunt were he plays a great game of cat and mouse with no other than Lee Marvin also White Buffulo is one of the better J. Lee Thompson/Bronson pairings. Honor Amoung Thieves is a an extremely hard to find film but if you get a chance it's absolutely worth while. It's starts Alain Delon and Bronson as war vets turned thieves and quite surrealistic and has some really cool things going on in it such as both men getting trapped within a bank together and Bronson doing a drinking trick with a shoot glass and silver dollars, it's bizzare and fun all at the same time.



Bright light. Bright light. Uh oh.
I was going to mention Death Hunt in my last post because (1) It's underrated and underseen; (2) People make fun of it without watching it. It's got Lee Marvin, for crapssake!



I was going to mention Death Hunt in my last post because (1) It's underrated and underseen; (2) People make fun of it without watching it. It's got Lee Marvin, for crapssake!
Agree. Bigtime!

I hoped to see him in more things after seeing his teriffic cameo performance in Penn's most overlooked film The Indian Runner but atlas it did not happen.

Breakheart Pass is ultimately tongue in cheek pure entertainment it's fluff but good fluff cotten candy.



Lady in the Water- 5/10 I'd say M Night has had better days
L.A. Confidential- 8.5/10 Absolutely and insanely awesome. Where does this film rate among your collection?
Million Dollar Baby- 9.5/10 This is in my top 10 of all time. I know that there are a lot of haters but I thought the acting was top notch and the directing really couldn't get better as well as the storyline.
Mulholland Dr.- Haven't seen but I really think that I should buy this one
Mystic River- 10/10 My #3 film of all-time. Absolutely fantastic
Miller’s Crossing- Once again, I really want to see this one.
Old School- 7.5/10 I want to rate it even higher because it is fricken hilarious
Once Upon a time in the West- you recommended this to me, hopefully I can get to it at some point in time.
Platoon- 6/10 It really isn't my cup of tea, but I can see how people do like it.
Pulp Fiction- 5.5/10 Yeah, yeah 99% of everyone would disagree
Pearl Harbour- 6/10 I do not hate it as much as everybody else does, but its length really gets to me
Ratatouille- 8/10 One of my favorite Disney films
Rear Window- 8.5/10 Solid gold film
Requiem for a Dream- 5/10 I didn't get the point of it. I'm sure I was missing something but I had no appeal to the movie
The Royal Tenenbaums- 6/10 In my collection, but I was sincerely disappointed with it.