Yea? I want to see that. I think that will be the next movie I get. :up:Pistoff said:I was finally able to catch 'The Da Vinci Code' this past weekend. This is NOT the best movie of all times(IMO) but I would watch again.
Enjoyed it greatly :up:
heh......well, at least you know when you are right......Wimpy369 said:" The old man and the sea " with Spencer Tracy. Nothing beat it, never will. Please mark this thread solved now.
So you agree then. I knew you were a good man. :up:valis said:heh......well, at least you know when you are right......
I say that as good as it is Pulp fiction isn't even Tarentinos best. For that look to my fave movie The Reservoir Dogs. But I will agree that the LOTR trilogy is a close second. :up:Blackmirror said:Pulp Fiction has to be my fav movie with classic lines like " That is a tasty burger"
with LOTR trilogy coming in close behind.... "what say you "
Good choice Valis, Blade Runner basically spawned a whole new gritty way for film makers to show us a potential future :up:valis said:blade runner, hands down. Nothing else comes close.
after that, though, Excalibur.
Never seen it, but the cast alone disqualifies it from the thread...katonca said:Animal House :up:
thanks, darque.....huge fan of that whole 'validate yourself' thing.....hard to do in this day and age.DarqueMist said:Good choice Valis, Blade Runner basically spawned a whole new gritty way for film makers to show us a potential future :up:
buck....shame on you......that is an absolute classic......heck, it's one of two flicks my dad and I can agree on as 'good'.buck52 said:Never seen it, but the cast alone disqualifies it from the thread...