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    Default Your 5 favorites movies ?

    Following comedie post

    1) Children of Mens
    2) Memento
    3) 12 Monkeys
    4) On Connait La Chanson
    5) Cloud Atlas

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    Quote Originally Posted by noaydi View Post
    Following comedie post

    1) Children of Mens
    2) Memento
    3) 12 Monkeys
    4) On Connait La Chanson
    5) Cloud Atlas
    Guy Pearce did a great job in Memento.
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    Oh heck this in Delta. Lol.

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    From the top of my head. I am sure there is a few movies that I missed that belong in the top 5 more:

    1. Brazil
    2. Twelve Monkeys
    3. The Matrix
    4. Dr. Strangelove
    5. Fight Club
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    Hard to pick just 5...


    Lord of the Rings
    The Goonies
    The Departed
    The Secret Garden
    Young Frankenstein

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    Mulholland Dr. (2001)
    Bad Santa (2003)
    The Thirteenth Floor (1999)
    Funky Forest (2005)
    Survive Style 5+ (2004)

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    Quote Originally Posted by noaydi View Post
    Following comedie post

    1) Children of Mens
    2) Memento
    3) 12 Monkeys
    4) On Connait La Chanson
    5) Cloud Atlas
    I like your taste. Maybe I'll check out the French one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raver View Post
    From the top of my head. I am sure there is a few movies that I missed that belong in the top 5 more:

    1. Brazil
    2. Twelve Monkeys
    3. The Matrix
    4. Dr. Strangelove
    5. Fight Club
    My LSE-Si dad actually recommended all first four movies to me, especially Brazil.
    From that list, I am a fan of The Matrix. I would put that in my Top 5 as well.
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    The Matrix is a movie for 13 year old Beta Quadra boys. The 13th Floor is much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andreasdevig View Post
    The Matrix is a movie for 13 year old Beta Quadra boys. The 13th Floor is much better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehotelambush View Post
    I like your taste. Maybe I'll check out the French one.
    You would be probably decieved, it's a really "frenchie", a little psychological-realism, nothing like other movies I mentionned. But I can advice Mr Nobody, Coherence, Edge of Tomorrow, Pi, ExistenZ... There was "Looper" too, some like it, other don't, personnally I liked it...

    Coherence have something "On connait la chanson" have, this kind of "psychological realism" athmosphere (perhaps a delta things). But the mix with Sci Fi aspect is imo really well done.

    Ive like Oblivion too, but probably prefer Edge Of Tomorrow.
    Wild tales was imo very good too. A little trashed by critic, not a major movie, but a really good time, with a kind of "stressfull" aspect that was not really predictable

    edit : I should have putted "The Pianist" in my top 5.
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    Brazil

    and 4 others, in alphabetical order:
    After Hours
    Chinatown
    The Lord of the Rings
    The Matrix

    I have 16 movies that I have previously rated as 10/10, including 4 out of The Hobbit/The Lord of the Rings franchise (so in effect, 13 movies). I also currently have 54 movies I regard as 9/10. It feels somewhat arbitrary for me to limit myself to 5 movies and my selection just feels like what matches my whim this day. It would be difficult for example for me to be confident that I prefer After Hours to movies like Pulp Fiction or The Gold Rush for example, although in the case of Pulp Fiction, I chose to disregard it slightly due to perceived popularity & the desire to give a more interesting selection. There are also 9s that I may actually have a greater fondness for than the five 10s I gave here, although they I probably regarded them as 9s because I found them flawed in some way.

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    As I stated in the other thread:

    1. Edge of Tomorrow
    2. Evil Dead 1 and 2
    3. Aliens
    4. District 9
    5. My Way

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    I don't rewatch a lot of movies, so not sure if these hold up to time. But from memory, these have been my favorite:

    1. Castle in the Sky
    2. Princess Mononoke
    3. Get Out
    4. The Dark Knight
    5. LOTR Trilogy

    Honorable mention to Interview with a Vampire
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    Random order:

    Trainspotting
    Silver linings playbook
    Untouchable
    Requiem for a dream
    No country for old men

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    I just have one all time favorite
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