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  1. #7006
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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    Holy ****. Exaggeration or no? I don't think I've watched any movie more than 5 times in a year (except maybe when I was a child and had minimal options/choice).
    Office Space
    Big Lebowski
    Matrix

    I can confidently say I saw those close to 20 times each in 99-00

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    All excellent movies. I just can't repeat a good movie like I can a good song or album.

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    Code 8 - 6/10

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    Queen and Slim

    7.5/10

    Pretty good. Kept my attention. Good but not great.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ewing View Post
    Queen and Slim

    7.5/10

    Pretty good. Kept my attention. Good but not great.


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    Been wanting to see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sick Of It All View Post
    Been wanting to see it.
    Itís good. I thought the characters were really believable. Good acting. Good characters. I liked it


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    Quote Originally Posted by More-Than-Most View Post
    id probably have to side with 99 as well just because of the matrix... i probably watched that movie 200 times that year
    Fight Club as well came out that year. Its a pretty strong list for 99:

    https://www.imdb.com/search/title/?y..._type=feature&

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmac View Post
    Fight Club as well came out that year. Its a pretty strong list for 99:

    https://www.imdb.com/search/title/?y..._type=feature&
    Yup. Lots of good ones there even just scrolling through the first thirty films.

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    Onward - 7/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack the Ripper View Post
    The early 2000s wasn't the best time for movies. There wasn't a lot from that period of time that I particularly enjoyed or found memorable.
    I respectfully disagree. There was plenty of memorable ones. Here's my partial of movies that I enjoyed and ranked from a score seven to 10. This is an incomplete list:

    Good Night, and Good Luck. - 9/10
    Old School - 9/10
    The Machinist - 7.5
    Equilibrium - 10/10
    Thank You For Not Smoking - 8/10
    The Aristocrats - 10/10
    Amelie - 10/10
    The 40 Year Old Virgin - 8/10
    Bruce Almighty - 7/10
    Transamerica - 8/10
    Lost in Translation - 10/10
    11:14 - 8/10
    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - 8/10
    Dodgeball - 7/10
    Requiem for a Dream - 8/10
    The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring -8.5/10
    The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - 9.5/10
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - 9.5/10
    Gladiator - 10/10
    Memento - 8.5/10
    Batman Begins - 9.5 /10
    Big Fish - 10/10
    The Descent - 8/10
    Dawn of the Dead - 8/10
    The Terminal - 8/10 O Brother, Where Art Thou? - 8/10
    School of Rock -8/10
    Bubba Ho-Tep - 8/10
    Cinderella Man - 8/10
    The Pianist - 10/10
    Cabin Fever - 8/10
    American Psycho - 8/10
    The Ring - 8/108ogtown
    Dog Soldiers - 7/10
    Frailty - 8/10
    1408 - 7/10
    Shadow of the Vampire - 8/10
    Ginger Snaps - 8/10
    28 Days Later - 8/10
    Shaun of the Dead -8/10
    Add: Hotel Rwanda - 9/10
    Add: Dogtown and the Z-Boys - 9/10
    Add: The 25th Hour - 9/10
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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    Holy ****. Exaggeration or no? I don't think I've watched any movie more than 5 times in a year (except maybe when I was a child and had minimal options/choice).
    an exaggeration yes but 50 time probably isnt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by More-Than-Most View Post
    an exaggeration yes but 50 time probably isnt.
    It's one of maybe a dozen movies I actually own a hard copy of but I've probably watched it twice since purchasing it 5-10 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    It's one of maybe a dozen movies I actually own a hard copy of but I've probably watched it twice since purchasing it 5-10 years ago.
    the sad part is i watched the next 2 probably 3 times combined... the fall off from 1- 2 and 3 is just insane

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie6986 View Post
    I respectfully disagree. There was plenty of memorable ones. Here's my partial of movies that I enjoyed and ranked from a score seven to 10. This is an incomplete list:

    Good Night, and Good Luck. - 9/10
    Old School - 9/10
    The Machinist - 7.5
    Equilibrium - 10/10
    Thank You For Not Smoking - 8/10
    The Aristocrats - 10/10
    Amelie - 10/10
    The 40 Year Old Virgin - 8/10
    Bruce Almighty - 7/10
    Transamerica - 8/10
    Lost in Translation - 10/10
    11:14 - 8/10
    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - 8/10
    Dodgeball - 7/10
    Requiem for a Dream - 8/10
    The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring -8.5/10
    The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - 9.5/10
    The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - 9.5/10
    Gladiator - 10/10
    Memento - 8.5/10
    Batman Begins - 9.5 /10
    Big Fish - 10/10
    The Descent - 8/10
    Dawn of the Dead - 8/10
    The Terminal - 8/10 O Brother, Where Art Thou? - 8/10
    School of Rock -8/10
    Bubba Ho-Tep - 8/10
    Cinderella Man - 8/10
    The Pianist - 10/10
    Cabin Fever - 8/10
    American Psycho - 8/10
    The Ring - 8/10
    Dog Soldiers - 7/10
    Frailty - 8/10
    1408 - 7/10
    Shadow of the Vampire - 8/10
    Ginger Snaps - 8/10
    28 Days Later - 8/10
    Shaun of the Dead -8/10
    Totally agree with you rating on Lost in Translation. It is like a fine wine getting better with age. What a masterpiece and brilliant performance by Bill Murray.

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    I'll have to watch that again. Saw it when it came out and enjoyed it but didn't think it was great or anything.

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