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Old 08-24-2006, 02:11 PM   #1
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Favorite Movies.

Has anyone seen "The Burbs" it is in my top 5.
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Old 08-24-2006, 03:58 PM   #2
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Re: Favorite Movies.

2 of my faves are "Haggard" and "Run Ronnie Run"...
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Burbs is excellent, it's hard to pick a favorite movie since mine change so often.
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haha when rumsfield yells at the Klopek kid "Hey, Pinocchio, where'r you goin'?" and then slide tackles him. Classic
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Aliens and Predator. I don't think there are any other movies. Oh yeah, duh, Aliens versus Predator.
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Old 08-24-2006, 05:24 PM   #6
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Has anyone seen "The Burbs" it is in my top 5.

The Burbs with Tom Hanks?

That's not even in my Top 5 Hanks movies...

5. The Ladykillers
4. Road to Perdition
3. Philadelphia
2. Shaving Ryan's Privates
1. Joe vs. the Volcano
Luggage Salesman: This is our premier steamer trunk, it's all handmade, only the finest materials. It's even watertight, tight as a drum. If I had the need, and the wherewithal, Mr. Banks, this would be my trunk of choice.
Joe Banks: I'll take four of them.
Luggage Salesman: May you live to be a thousand years old, sir.

Joe Banks: You look terrible, Mr. Waturi. You look like a bag of shit stuffed in a cheap suit. Not that anyone could look good under these zombie lights. I, I, I, I can feel them sucking the juice out of my eyeball. Suck, suck, suck, SUCK...
[makes a sucking noise]
Joe Banks: For 300 bucks a week, that's the news. For 300 bucks a week, I've lived in this sink, this used rubber.
Mr. Waturi: You watch it, mister! There's a woman here!
Joe Banks: [shouting] Don't you think I know that, Frank? Don't you think I am aware there is a woman here? I can smell her, like, like a flower. I can taste her, like sugar on my tongue. When I'm 20 feet away I can hear the fabric of her dress when she moves in her chair!

Joe Banks: And then I'll be staying on a tiny island and I don't know if I'll be living in a hut, or what.
Luggage Salesman: Very exciting... as a luggage problem!

Patricia: You mean you were diagnosed with something called a brain cloud and didn't ask for a second opinion?

[Joe is about to jump into the volcano]
Patricia: I love you!
Joe Banks: I love you, too! I've never been in love with anybody before, either! It's great! I'm glad! But the timing stinks.
[kisses her on the cheek]
Joe Banks: I've gotta go.
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City of God... don't sleep on it.
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2 of my faves are "Haggard" and "Run Ronnie Run"...
I got both of them Haggard with Bam margera, Run ronnie is the funniest redneck comedy movie ever.
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Old 08-24-2006, 06:01 PM   #9
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The Burbs with Tom Hanks?

That's not even in my Top 5 Hanks movies...

5. The Ladykillers
4. Road to Perdition
3. Philadelphia
2. Shaving Ryan's Privates

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You obviously are disillusioned if LadyKillers is in your top Hanks'. P U Brudlee. The burbs will always be great.

In no order:
Night at the Roxbury (The Dumber the movie the more I love it)
The Burbs ( Classic)
City of God ( the cycle of life is crazy)
She Hate Me ( spike lee's best and my vote for best '05 movie)
Millions of other ones. I am a movie buff.
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Old 08-24-2006, 06:03 PM   #10
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City of God... don't sleep on it.
Ahhh, Respect.
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Old 08-24-2006, 06:20 PM   #11
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Speaking of Spike Lee, its out on dvd now, "Inside Man" w/ clive owen, j foster, denzel was pretty good, I dont think anyone would feel ripped off if they rented it.
I also got news that they are about to begin filming of Boondock Saints 2 and thankfully this time it will be without William Defoe so everyone wins.
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The Burbs with Tom Hanks?

That's not even in my Top 5 Hanks movies...

5. The Ladykillers
4. Road to Perdition
3. Philadelphia
2. Shaving Ryan's Privates
1. Joe vs. the Volcano
1.) Saving Private Ryan
2.) Green Mile
3.) Bachelor Party
4.) Forrest Gump
5a.) Splash
5b.) Big

but I do love The Burbs

like TMC said it's hard to really nail down a top five cuz they r always changing, but the LOTR trilogy has to be atleast in the top 2 for me.
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Old 08-24-2006, 07:26 PM   #13
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Oh, forgot LOTR, but Terminal was a funny Hanks movie.
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Oh, forgot LOTR, but Terminal was a funny Hanks movie.
Good call on Terminal. And Toy Story!
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The Burbs with Tom Hanks?

That's not even in my Top 5 Hanks movies...

5. The Ladykillers
4. Road to Perdition
3. Philadelphia
2. Shaving Ryan's Privates
1. Joe vs. the Volcano
Luggage Salesman: This is our premier steamer trunk, it's all handmade, only the finest materials. It's even watertight, tight as a drum. If I had the need, and the wherewithal, Mr. Banks, this would be my trunk of choice.
Joe Banks: I'll take four of them.
Luggage Salesman: May you live to be a thousand years old, sir.

Joe Banks: You look terrible, Mr. Waturi. You look like a bag of shit stuffed in a cheap suit. Not that anyone could look good under these zombie lights. I, I, I, I can feel them sucking the juice out of my eyeball. Suck, suck, suck, SUCK...
[makes a sucking noise]
Joe Banks: For 300 bucks a week, that's the news. For 300 bucks a week, I've lived in this sink, this used rubber.
Mr. Waturi: You watch it, mister! There's a woman here!
Joe Banks: [shouting] Don't you think I know that, Frank? Don't you think I am aware there is a woman here? I can smell her, like, like a flower. I can taste her, like sugar on my tongue. When I'm 20 feet away I can hear the fabric of her dress when she moves in her chair!

Joe Banks: And then I'll be staying on a tiny island and I don't know if I'll be living in a hut, or what.
Luggage Salesman: Very exciting... as a luggage problem!

Patricia: You mean you were diagnosed with something called a brain cloud and didn't ask for a second opinion?

[Joe is about to jump into the volcano]
Patricia: I love you!
Joe Banks: I love you, too! I've never been in love with anybody before, either! It's great! I'm glad! But the timing stinks.
[kisses her on the cheek]
Joe Banks: I've gotta go.
Not to mention Bosom Buddies. The man is a genius.
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