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Old 01-31-2013, 02:50 AM   #11
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The Shashank Redemption and Saving Private Ryan? Come on guys! I love both of those movies but holy long and depressing. Why not toss in Schindler's List while we're at it.

Are we talking movies that suck you in on TV or movies you watch all the time on purpose? Because if it's TV it's garbage on the SciFi Channel. Giant Squid vs. Killer Croc III or anything along those lines I'll watch because how horrible they are.

If we're talking movies I'd put on anytime I'd say Life Aquatic, The Royal Tenenbaums, High Fidelity, Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind, or Lost in Translation.

If we're talking drunk movies I'd put on anytime I'd say Beerfest, Kill Bill, Black Dynomite, Zombieland or The Dark Knight.


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Old 01-31-2013, 02:53 AM   #12
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The Shashank Redemption and Saving Private Ryan? Come on guys! I love both of those movies but holy long and depressing. Why not toss in Schindler's List while we're at it.

Are we talking movies that suck you in on TV or movies you watch all the time on purpose? Because if it's TV it's garbage on the SciFi Channel. Giant Squid vs. Killer Croc III or anything along those lines I'll watch because how horrible they are.

If we're talking movies I'd put on anytime I'd say Life Aquatic, The Royal Tenenbaums, High Fidelity, Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind, or Lost in Translation.

If we're talking drunk movies I'd put on anytime I'd say Beerfest, Kill Bill, Black Dynomite, Zombieland or The Dark Knight.
Dont get me wrong, those are all great movies. Actually I've loved just about every movie in this thread so far.

But I was thinking about the ones that suck you in, where you had no intention of watching a movie until you happened upon it.


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Any Scorsese or Coen bro flick
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Reservoir Dogs
Pulp Fiction
Lord of the Rings
The Good the Bad and the Ugly
Silence of the Lambs
Full Metal Jacket

That's my big hit list for movies if I catch them my day changes.
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The Shashank Redemption and Saving Private Ryan? Come on guys! I love both of those movies but holy long and depressing. Why not toss in Schindler's List while we're at it.

If we're talking movies I'd put on anytime I'd say Life Aquatic, The Royal Tenenbaums, High Fidelity, Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind, or Lost in Translation.
Life aquatic - never heard of it
royal tenenbaums - why did gene hackman waste part of his life making that 1?
hi fi - bored me to tears
eternal sunshine - i think the writer was on acid when he wrote it, as it made less than no sense
lost in translation - my wife was bored and turned it and called it bs, calling it way too touchy-feely
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Life aquatic - never heard of it
royal tenenbaums - why did gene hackman waste part of his life making that 1?
hi fi - bored me to tears
eternal sunshine - i think the writer was on acid when he wrote it, as it made less than no sense
lost in translation - my wife was bored and turned it and called it bs, calling it way too touchy-feely
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The Fifth Element. Every. Single. Time. I see it on TV, I end up watching it until it's over.

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Anything mobster classic
Any original Star Wars
and oddly enough "Starman" with Jeff Bridges and some chick in an old Pinto... Don't know why - just gets me every time..
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There are lots if great movies already mentioned, and most of them would suck me in if I came across them on TV. I would add Avatar, if it hasn't been mentioned.

I also get sucked in by extremely stupid movies. Idiocracy and Army of Darkness come to mind.


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