Top 5 Films ever (in your opinion)

#1
1. Monty Python's Life of Brian
2. Blazing Saddles
3. Monty Python's Holy Grail
4. Hear No Evil, See No Evil (Pryor/wilder)
5. Young Einstien (Yahoo Serious)

Rincewind
 
#4
1 Saviour
2 The Godfarther
3 A bridge to far
4 Platoon
5 Full metal jacket
 
#5
1. ZULU
2. Patriot Games
3. Saving Private Ryan
4. The Great Escape
5. Gladiator
 

Cutaway

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#8
No particular order:

Zulu
Henry V - (Branagh version)
The Odd Angry Shot
Cross of Iron
The Public Dismemberment of All Members of the Current Govt - (authenticated docomentary version)


But I'd settle for the last one
 
#9
Cutaway said:
No particular order:

Zulu
Henry V - (Branagh version)
The Odd Angry Shot
Cross of Iron
The Public Dismemberment of All Members of the Current Govt - (authenticated docomentary version)


But I'd settle for the last one
Finding and listing five all time great films is near damm immpossible, but I have to agree with Cutaway on The Odd Angry Shot, a fantastic look at Australia's limited involvement in Vietman.

Most memorable moment from the film is when the lads present the Pardre with a gift, to which he replies, dead pan and stony faced 'ah great, another w*nking machine'
 
#12
1. Blues Brothers
2. Lock Stock 2 smoking barrels
3. Boon dock saints
4. Pulp Fiction
5. Apocolips now

Now those are some Real Movies 8)
 
#14
1. Great Escape
2. The Hill (B+W Sean Connery desert glass house film)
3. All Python films
4. Full Metal Jacket (Cos I was in it!)
5. Apocalyse Now (Directors cut)

(Goes with out saying that all the German and French 'artistic titles' have a place but taking the family to 'Butt full in Dresden' aint the done thing!)
 
#17
The Hill (Sean Connery, Harry Andrews) (Most memorable moment when Harry and Sean start quoting Kings regs at each other)(cant find a copy though. If you know where please tell (ive tried amazon))

The Wild Geese (Roger Moore,Richard Burton)

The Great Escape (Big Steve)

Scum (Ray Winston)

Cockle Shell Heroes(If anyone knows how to get hold of this film please tell)
 
#18
No particular order , and not absolute favourites but well worth a look

A Bridge Too Far

Aliens (Directors Cut)

Dr. Strangelove

An Ungentlemanly Act

"Beg pardon Sir, but the Dagoes is on the move"

"That's not in the agreement Perkins, shoot them"

Excellent Film

Field of Dreams

The Boys in Company "C" one of the best "Nay-Am" films ever.
 
#20
Zulu
Jay and Silent Bob strike back.
Dude, wheres my car?
Full Metal Jacket
American History X
 

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