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#1
Well, I've already been off for summer for about 3 weeks, but I've got about another 8 to go

boredom has been a huge problem, so I've decided I'm gonna watch some great films to pass the time

so what are some great all time classic films

ya know the sort, ones that you have to see before you die
#2
Taxi driver, raging bull, clockwork orange, village of the damned.


Loads of others but these are the ones I most recently watched.
#4
this isn't really a classic, but if you haven't seen Orange County it's great
#5
The Godfather
Casablanca
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#6
Someone will say The Godfather. Don't listen to them.

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"Remember that time when burt jumped out of the tree and into the river? Good times!" -Jesus

So I heard you liek profiles?
#8
The Magnificent Seven.
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#10
Full Metal Jacket
Apocalypse Now
Goodfellas
The Godfather (don't listen to myself101, it's awesome)
American History X
The Big Lebowski
The Usual Suspects
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

Not necessarily classics, but excellent nonetheless.
#11
harold and kumar go to white castle, the rise of taj, uhhh shrek..
totally kidding
probably godfather, titanic, resevoir dogs, etc.
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The Magnificent Seven.

I've heard of this film so many times... but I only know it as a Clash song.
#13
Boondock Saints (if you haven't already).
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#14
Taxi Driver
Raging Bull
Goodfellas
Mean Streets
Dr. Strangelove
2001: A Space Odyssey
Pulp Fiction
Citizen Kane
A Clockwork Orange
Eraserhead
Blue Velvet
#16
Snatch
dogma
PULP FICTION
Blade runner? (i aint seen it)
Trainspotting
A scanner, darkly - its a bit too new lol
#17
Trainspotting
A Clockwork Orange
The Shining
The Usual Suspects
Citizen Kane
Taxi Driver
Resevoir Dogs
Pulp Fiction
It's A Wonderful Life
#18
Why watch the best when you can watch the worst?

Santa Claus Conquers the Martians
Manos, the Hands of Fate
Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2
Plan 9 From Outer Space
The Beast of Yucca Flats
Hobgoblins
Invasion of the Neptune Men
Godzilla vs. Megalon
Troll 2

All inspiringly terrible.

As for good movies, I'd reccomend A Beautiful Mind.
#20
Empire of The Sun is probably Steve's best film.
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And just to name an actual classic, American Graffiti.
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#23
I'm surprised no one said Fight Club yet..
So I'm going to say it.
Fight Club.
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#25
Movies that will become Classics:
Fight Club
Traffic
American History X
Crash
Babel
Pan's Labyrinth
28 Days Later
Bobby
Donnie Darko
#26
The boondock saints
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#27
Yeah, I agree with Josh: 28 Days Later.
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Yeah, I agree with Josh: 28 Days Later.



You have great taste in movies.
That movie is one of my favorites.
#32
What about Hitchcock classics?

They truly are classics.
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#35
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What about Hitchcock classics?

They truly are classics.


+1 I cannot believe I forgot to mention those.

Psycho
Rear Window
Dial M For Murder
all classics.
#36
Fight club
pulp fiction
donnie darko
requiem for a dream
the shawshank redemption
independence day
tommy boy
forest gump
braveheart

thats all i can think of right now
#37
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+1 I cannot believe I forgot to mention those.

Psycho
Rear Window
Dial M For Murder
all classics.


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#38
Dunston Checks In, Jurassic Park, Godfather, Donnie Darko, Indian Jones, Star Wars, Apacalypto, Gladiator, but overall: Lord of the Rings trilogy
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