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Post by Kai on Sun Aug 30, 2009 2:39 am

I'd add Inglorious Basterds xD
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Post by Kronus on Mon Sep 26, 2011 5:35 am

1) Dead Poets Society
2) Full metal jacket
3) V for Vendetta
4) Fandango
5) The Blues Brothers
6) The Count of Montecristo
7) Stand by me
Cool Pirate of the Caribbean
9) X-Man
10) All the films of Aldo, Giovanni e Giacomo
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Post by Laitowy on Fri Oct 14, 2011 2:54 am

- Undisputed I,II,III the best fight scene
- Fast and furious all parts!!
- Never back down I,II
- Shawshank
- 8 mile
- Next
- Rocky all parts
- Mechanic
- Drive
- Pearl Harbor
I recommend all Smile
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Post by Cinc on Fri Oct 14, 2011 4:35 am

1-3. Naked Gun (all sequels)
4-9. Pink Panther (ones with Peter Sellers)
10. Fugitive

The rest is insignificant.
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Post by Nath on Fri Oct 14, 2011 5:40 am

Laitowy wrote:- Undisputed I,II,III the best fight scene
- Fast and furious all parts!!
- Never back down I,II
- Shawshank
- 8 mile
- Next
- Rocky all parts
- Mechanic
- Drive
- Pearl Harbor
I recommend all Smile
Fast and furious, Never back down, 8 mile, undisputed. Youre my sorta guy!! Twisted Evil What a Face
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Post by Devil on Fri Oct 14, 2011 11:15 am

If you like "Undisputed" and generally fighting movies you should check out movies by Tony Jaa. Muay Thai all the way.

Here's a clip from one of his movies:

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Post by Darth on Fri Oct 14, 2011 12:56 pm

Hehe. Nice one Devil but Capoeira is more of a very effective looking dance than a martial art. Very Happy
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Post by Martz on Fri Oct 14, 2011 1:02 pm

Darth wrote:Capoeira is more of a very effective looking dance than a martial art. Very Happy

True. I just wet myself
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Post by Devil on Fri Oct 14, 2011 1:17 pm

I preffer Muay Thay myself, but Capoeira is a nice style as well. Combining the too should be both acrobatic and effective xD
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Post by h8me on Sun Oct 16, 2011 3:33 am

Devil wrote:I preffer Muay Thay myself, but Capoeira is a nice style as well. Combining the too should be both acrobatic and effective xD
What Tony Jaa displays is not really anything you'd see in a fight and not something muay thai fighters would do but it sure as hell looks good Smile
Combine capoeira and wushu or xma, I think that'd be more acrobatic still. High jumps and kicks of wushu or xma and the ground work from capoeira would certainly make it acrobatic.

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Post by Devil on Sun Oct 16, 2011 10:25 am

Ye, of course. In a fight one tends to do the most efficient and less flashy way. I said I prefered muay thay because I practiced it xD

Anyway, movies have come a long way. If you remember the old "Kickboxer" movie with Van Damme where he was also showing of muay thay, and compare that to Tony Jaa's movies you realize how big the difference in the amount of flashy moves vs efficient is xD.

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Post by Nath on Sun Oct 16, 2011 10:55 am

Devil wrote:Ye, of course. In a fight one tends to do the most efficient and less flashy way. I said I prefered muay thay because I practiced it xD

Anyway, movies have come a long way. If you remember the old "Kickboxer" movie with Van Damme where he was also showing of muay thay, and compare that to Tony Jaa's movies you realize how big the difference in the amount of flashy moves vs efficient is xD.

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Kickboxer is an awesome film Twisted Evil
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Post by Geronimo on Mon Oct 17, 2011 5:12 am

Darth wrote:Hehe. Nice one Devil but Capoeira is more of a very effective looking dance than a martial art. Very Happy

only true description of capoeira is: "a game". it has set of rules, which are vague and can be bent so that only real rule is that there is no rule but still it is closest to game than to either martial art or dance or dancing fighting stile or any other combination. i was practicing it for 4 years and this is conclusion i have from my experience with it.

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1-10. Donnie Darko

although best movie to watch with a girl is Yes man... figure out why :-P

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Post by h8me on Mon Oct 17, 2011 9:53 am


  1. Event Horizon
  2. 1408
  3. The Shining (With Steven Weber, a mini series)
  4. IT
  5. Rosemary's Baby (From 1968. Think there's a new one too)
  6. Cirque du Freak - The Vampires Assistant
  7. Full Metal Jacket
  8. Shaun of the Dead
  9. Pandorum
  10. Blade Runner
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Post by Adm on Mon Oct 17, 2011 10:03 am

Cirque du Freak is awesome in book
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Post by cmnndr on Mon Oct 17, 2011 11:00 am

h8me wrote:

  1. Event Horizon
  2. 1408
  3. The Shining (With Steven Weber, a mini series)
  4. IT
  5. Rosemary's Baby (From 1968. Think there's a new one too)
  6. Cirque du Freak - The Vampires Assistant
  7. Full Metal Jacket
  8. Shaun of the Dead
  9. Pandorum
  10. Blade Runner

Blade Runner on 10 with all the bs ones above? You must be joking Rolling Eyes
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Post by Devil on Mon Oct 17, 2011 11:04 am

h8me wrote:


    6. Cirque du Freak - The Vampires Assistant


Seriously? Suspect

I can't make a list like this. I've seen way too many movies xD
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Post by h8me on Mon Oct 17, 2011 2:34 pm

varlan wrote:Blade Runner on 10 with all the bs ones above? You must be joking Rolling Eyes
Well, apart from Event Horizon I'm not a watcher of futuristic films as such but figured I'd add a few genres. otherwise it'd all be horror movies on that list

Devil wrote:Seriously? Suspect
Yes. Would have added Parasomnia to the list but 10 movies it was.
Devil wrote:I can't make a list like this. I've seen way too many movies xD
Seen loads of movies also but making a top 10 list off the top of your head is hard. Just made a list of the films I remember enjoying watching 2 times.
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Post by Devil on Mon Oct 17, 2011 3:19 pm

Hum... okay, I'll give it a shot. For the sake of activity and all ^^

I'm not going to rank the movies though, some are better than others but I couldn't pick just one for 1st place so I rather not rank any xD

- 7 Pounds
- Moon
- 5 Centimeters per Second
- V for Vendetta
- Inception
- Meet Joe Black
- 300
- A walk to remember
- Armageddon
- Constantine

I'm sure I forgot some movies and if I were to redo this list in a week it'll prolly have a couple of modifications, but there ya go xD
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Re: Films : Top10

Post by keta on Mon Oct 17, 2011 10:03 pm

tl;dr Smile

My list:
- Stalker (Tarkovskiy, 1979)
- Fight Club
- Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
- Pi
- Sin City
- Traffic

No one was heard about next four Very Happy

Okay, due to popular demand:
- Last Days
- Football Factory
- Blow
- Insomnia


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Re: Films : Top10

Post by settorex on Tue Oct 18, 2011 4:40 am

The order can change... depends on mood

01 Star Wars
02 The Devil ís Advocate
03 Schindler's List
04 Matrix
05 Philadelphia
06 ALIEN - (1979)
07 2001: A Space Odyssey
08 Blade Runner
09 Back to the future
10 V for Vendetta

@keta:
..... there is a pattern as well... Right in front of me... hiding behind the numbers. Always has been. AAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH!
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Post by cmnndr on Tue Oct 18, 2011 11:58 am

h8me wrote:
varlan wrote:Blade Runner on 10 with all the bs ones above? You must be joking Rolling Eyes
Well, apart from Event Horizon I'm not a watcher of futuristic films as such but figured I'd add a few genres. otherwise it'd all be horror movies on that list

Well maybe it's just me, but Blade Runner is much more than meets the eye. And even so, it has very artistical cinematography and music. And it's core message transcends the plot/script. Which brings me to

ketamine wrote:tl;dr Smile
- Stalker (Tarkovskiy, 1979)

which I want to see for a long time for it's artistical value, but hadn't had the willpower to hunt it down yet. No
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Post by FireBall on Tue Oct 18, 2011 3:25 pm

Varlan, you can find Stalker on filelist if you have an account there. If you don't, then in exchange for beer I might be willing to give you an invite Razz.

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Post by cmnndr on Tue Oct 18, 2011 6:18 pm

No need for blackmail Fire, we can go out for a beer just for fun. Surprised
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Post by FireBall on Wed Oct 19, 2011 3:40 am

Yes well, I was thinking along the lines of you bringing beer to my door step, I can't risk being seen with your raggedy ass down town Very Happy Very Happy. But seriously, if you wanna filelist just ask I love you

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