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#53158 06/18/05 08:59 AM
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I always enjoy watching the Godfather!

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That is a tough one, I have favorite movies in each genre.

As you mentioned The Godfather, which of course is a good one I will stick with gangsters.

I like Goodfellas, Casino and Donnie Brasco.

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Where's Ryan, he is a movie fan. [Linked Image]


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Undoubtably, Ed Wood Jr.'s 'Plan 9 from Outer Space'. (1959). The classic sci-fi 'B' flick, so awful it comes right out of the other side of crap to be brilliant. Never stopped laughing for weeks. [Linked Image] [Linked Image]
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The Rocky Horror Picture Show...


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Indiana Jones, Raiders of the Lost Ark.

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Where's Ryan, he is a movie fan.

Ryan is celibrating his birthday today with a massive hangover [Linked Image]

Great posts so far! I bought the Godfather collection on DVD the day it came out.

I have watched Goodfella's about 20 or so times, also one of my favorites.

Plan 9, great movie, but too bad it was Bela Lugosi's last film.

I'm a big classic horror fan. I have over 80 pre-1970 or so horror films on DVD. In fact, my 5 year old daughter bought me the 1932 and 1941 versions of Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde for my birthday today [Linked Image]

FAvorite film? Probably the 1932 edition of The invisible man, with Claude Rains. See if you can see him in the picture below [Linked Image]


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animal house,men in black,cool hand luke,
the hustler,any sci-fi movie.


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Did I say 1932? I meant 1933. Anyway, a couple of my favorites, pre-1940.
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Nosferatu: 1929, silent, which is an illegal plagarism of Bram Stoker's Dracula. [Linked Image from images.amazon.com]

White Zombie, 1932, with the master of horror, Bela Lugosi [Linked Image from images.amazon.com]


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Ryan is celibrating his birthday today with a massive hangover

Happy birthday Ryan!

In light of your hangover we will all be quiet.

YEAH RIGHT!

Crank up AC/DC's Have a Drink On Me to 'eleven'


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