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Greatest Film Ever! Nomination Thread

Discussion in 'Fun & Games' started by SpideyFan914, Aug 19, 2011.

  1. cradleman

    cradleman Member

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    Bram Stoker's Dracula
    Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
    Phone Booth
    The Time of Their Lives
    Abbot and Costello Meet the Invisible Man
    Abbot and Costello Meet Boris Karloff, The Killer
    Abbot and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)
    Abbot and Costello in the Foreign Legion
    Buck Privates
    X-Men: First Class
    X-Men Origins: Wolverine
    X-Men 3: the last stand
    Superman/Doomsday
    Batman: Gotham Knight
    All-Star Superman
    Batman: Year One
     
  2. cradleman

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    wanted to mention, the Mark of Zorro superpan nominated is a silent film from 1920. The Mark of Zorro i nominated is a sound picture starring Tyrone Power from 1940.
     
  3. SpideyFan914

    SpideyFan914 Greatest Poster Ever!

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    See, this is why we need to specify....
     
  4. cradleman

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    I actually didn't see his nomination, and uh, didn't know it existed. so sorry. as far as i was aware, the only one that was called mark of zorro was the 1940 version. sorry
     
  5. SpideyFan914

    SpideyFan914 Greatest Poster Ever!

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    Taken from my To-See List:

    Last Tango in Paris
    The Accused
    The Exterminating Angel
    As Good As It Gets
    Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
    The Last Detail
    The Illusionist (2010)
    F for Fake
    The Cube
    Good Morning, Vietnam
    Tess
    The Caine Mutiny
    40-Year-Old Virgin
    About Schmidt
    The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
    Rachel's Getting Married
    The Squid and the Whale
    The Way We Were
    Wild At Heart
    Lost Highway
    An Education
    Human Nature
    Michael Clayton
    The Ladykillers
    Intolerable Cruelty
    Being There
    28 Days Later....
    Hook
    Forgetting Sarah Marshall
    A.I. Artificial Intelligence
    The Last Laugh
    A Woman Under the Influence
    Thank You For Smoking
    Juno
    The Magnificent Ambersons
    The Trouble With Harry
    Mission: Impossible
    Mississippi Burning
    The Andromeda Strain
    Jumanji
    Jackie Brown
    True Romance
    True Grit (1969)
    Lenny
    La Dolce Vita
    The Last Metro
    Diner



    By the way, I'm gonna end nominations soon, so don't go too crazy.
     
  6. cradleman

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    Mission: Impossible 3
    Hard Candy
    Color Purple
    Following
    The Terminal
    Munich
    Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
    The Straight Story
    Marnie
    A Few Good Men
    The Rescuers
    The Rescuers Down Under
    Winnie the Pooh's Most Grand Adventure
     
  7. cradleman

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    A Bug's Life
     
  8. cradleman

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    Meet the Parents
    Bring it On
    Remember the Titans
    Hoosiers
     
  9. JustLeagExpansio

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    I nominate
    Real Steel
    Cowboys and Aliens
    In Time
     
  10. DuckTwacy

    DuckTwacy French phone.

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    I'll also nominate Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy and Safe Men.
     
  11. cradleman

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    Carnival of Souls (1962). fantastic classic horror film
     
  12. HEATXZ

    HEATXZ Duck Knght

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    Evangelion 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone
    Evangelion 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance
     
  13. SpideyFan914

    SpideyFan914 Greatest Poster Ever!

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    Should probably add on Paranormal Activity 2 and 3. Also, The Ides of March - saw it recently and loved it!
     
  14. SpideyFan914

    SpideyFan914 Greatest Poster Ever!

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    Oh hey, that brings us to 1241! Okay, 1 over is no big deal, but nominations are now CLOSED!!! Don't worry though - you'll have another chance to nominate some more in about a year or so, depending on just how long this thing lasts. ;)

    I'll start the competition soon. Whew, this is gonna be intense....
     
  15. the greenman

    the greenman Well-Known Member

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    I noticed some duplicates:

    Beauty and the Beast (1991)

    #43, #447, #816

    Fantastic Planet

    #747, #811
     
  16. SpideyFan914

    SpideyFan914 Greatest Poster Ever!

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    Good catches, although #816 is a different version of Beauty and the Beast (yeah, I didn't know there was another version either). In order to keep the limit at 1240 long as it's possible, I'll let you add one replacement. If you can't think of anything, I'll fill it myself with All Hail the Conquering Hero. ;)
     
  17. the greenman

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    How about Chan wook Park's "Bakjwi/Thirst".
     
  18. Superpan

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    Oh hey, just dropping in to clarify: The Patsy I nominated is the 1928 version with Marion Davies. There may be other movies with that same name.
     
  19. Destiny of Awe

    Destiny of Awe Should update a lot of things

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    Heck, I'll nominate "Mrs. Doubtfire."

    Watch it and you'll see why.
     
  20. Blankments

    Blankments The Sparkle Rises!

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    Checked this thread for something that's been on my mind in the past few days, and I was sadly right in my suspicion. We nominated a grand total of ZERO Muppet movies. That's fairly unexcusable and I shall correct it when we reach the round where we get to nominate recent movies.
     

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