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    Citizen Kane
    Gone with the Wind
    Pulp Fiction
    Empire Strikes Back
    Full Metal Jacket

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegan Daddy View Post
    1. Polyester (1981)
    2. Black Rose Mansion (1969)
    3. We Think the World of You (1988)
    4. Meat (1976)
    5. Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967)
    Interesting choices. What do you see in these films?

    Quote Originally Posted by WestPhillyPunisher View Post
    Here’s my top 5 (in alphabetical order):

    King Kong (1933)
    Pulp Fiction
    Star Wars: Episode IV
    The Godfather
    The Ten Commandments (1956)
    I would not have pegged you as liking Ten Commandments that much.
    Sincerely,
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    1. Once Upon A Time In America (1984)
    2. American History X (1998)
    3. La Grande Vadrouille (1966)
    4. A Dog Of Flanders (1999)
    5. Dark City (1998)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    Interesting choices. What do you see in these films?
    Polyester is John Waters trash that pokes fun at eastern suburban America and conservative values. I’m a liberal who grew up in the burbs outside of Philly, so the movie is tailor-made to make me laugh.

    There’s nothing redeemable about Black Rose Mansion. I just really like campy melodrama. Drag queens, musical numbers, suicide, Douglas Sirk-esque romance, heist plots etc.

    We Think the World of You is an adaptation of my favorite book. It’s about a middle aged man who falls in love with his boyfriend’s dog(not in a creepy way) and becomes a misanthropic recluse. I relate to that on a fundamental level because honestly that’s where my life is heading \_(ツ)_/

    I hate animal agriculture with a passion, so I watch a lot of fucked up documentaries that expose the horrors of the meat packing industry, dairy factories, fur trade etc. Meat is by far the best one i’ve seen. There’s no manipulative narration or talking head interviews. Frederick Wiseman just went into a Colorado meat packing plant with a 16mm camera and filmed the day to day operations. It makes for a great horror movie.

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    1.Deliverance (1972)
    2.The Edge (1997)
    3.The Thing (1982)
    4.Predator (1987)
    5.Tombstone (1993)

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