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Lord of the Rings I & II & hopefully soon III
American Pie I & II
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Hehe, what can I say?Looks like TechWins has a man-crush on Ed Norton
Tombstone is a great movie, too. I just watched it for like the 10th time ever last week, and I hadn't watched in at least 4-5 years. Doc Holiday is the epitamy of cool I swear.
Clue and Monty Python and the Holy Grail
"Think not but that I know these things; or think
I know them not: not therefore am I short
Of knowing what I ought."
-John Milton, Paradise Regained (1671)
"Work hard and it might happen."
OK... so... actually, it's Hello Mr. President and about any Sandra Bullock Movie except Fire on the AmazonWTF? Sandra Bullock's not in any of those? I'm disappointed, nv.
Do or do not.
There is no try.
- Master Yoda
yes, very good.Originally posted by Cshot
also, Pirates of the Caribbean and Sleepy Hollow... and Reign of Fire
oh $$$$, pulp fiction is the best movie ever.
I completely forgot about that. Hehe "Zed's dead baby"
The hell?Originally posted by Perspective
and Reign of Fire
That movie was awful.
"Fawlty Towers" Series
Many Anime movies
The Godfather 1
Good Will Hunting
Spy Game <<-- dig this one
James Bond <<-- all except one, forgot the name, Timothy Dalton played Bond
Dalton was Bond in two movies - The Living Daylights and License to Kill.Originally posted by The Dog
I liked when Dalton played Bond... though he's nothing compared to Connery, he's better than Moore and Brosnan combined, along with the forgotten George Lazenby and that guy who played Bond in Casino Royale(tv movie, Bond).
I think David Niven played bond in Casino Royale, (not a real Bond film at all).
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