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What’s Your TOP Movie In Each Genre?

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posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 10:33 PM
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OOOO yummy!! I love these


DRAMA – LIFE

ACTION/ADVENTURE – Matrix/ Star Wars

MILITARY – Black Hawk Down

COMEDY – Ace Ventura: Pet Detective

ROMANTIC – Sweet Home Alabama


HORROR – Silent Hill, or The Creep Show!


SCIENCE FICTION – Star Trek: The Next Generation

Great thread! It's nice to throw in something relaxing and NOT so thought provoking with all of this recent chaos.




Peace




posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 10:34 PM
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Originally posted by cancerian42

Science Fiction- The Matrix, Star Wars


haha
exacty what I put except in a different section



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 10:44 PM
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DRAMA – Powder/Being There

ACTION/ADVENTURE – Fight Club

MILITARY – Red October

COMEDY – The Party

ROMANTIC – Spaceballs (love Dark Helmet)

HORROR – Yentl / The Shining

SCIENCE FICTION – 2001

+

WESTERN - Once upon a time in the West



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 10:56 PM
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What a cool thread!
Here's mine... (tough choices!!!) added a couple..

DRAMA – A Streetcar Named Desire

ACTION/ADVENTURE – The Dark Knight

MILITARY – Stalag 17

COMEDY – A Mighty Wind

ROMANTIC – While You Were Sleeping

HORROR – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (old version)

SCIENCE FICTION - Blade Runner

MUSICAL - West Side Story

FOREIGN - Jules et Jim



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:07 PM
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I forgot one: I would also add Stardust to...romance?



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:09 PM
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DRAMA – Natural Born Killers

ACTION/ADVENTURE – BOONDOCK SAINTS

MILITARY – Tears of the sun

COMEDY – BIG LEBOWSKI

ROMANTIC – NOEL (christmas movie) haha

HORROR – THE MIST

SCIENCE FICTION – The Truman Show? Does that Count? haha



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:10 PM
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ACTION: Boondock saints

DRAMA: Children of Men

ADVENTURE: the oddesey, and anything that involves being stranded on an island

MILITARY: RED DAWN

COMEDY: forgetting sarah marshall

ROMANTIC: notebook for sure

HORROR: hate scary movies

SCI FI: Independence day, and all the stargate series



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:11 PM
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MILITARY – Saving Private Ryan/Thin Red Line

COMEDY – hate comedies.

ROMANTIC – Lost in Translation

HORROR – Halloween

SCIENCE FICTION – Blade Runner (runners up: 2001, 12 Monkeys, Brazil, A.I.)

DRAMA- Forrest Gump/Cast Away



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:29 PM
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DRAMA – Fried Green Tomatoes

ACTION/ADVENTURE – Raiders of the Lost Ark

MILITARY – Saving Private Ryan

COMEDY – Blazing Saddles

ROMANTIC – The Princess Bride

HORROR – Howard's End

Sci Fi - Dark Star

Western - The Unforgiven

[edit on 10/14/2008 by pteridine]

[edit on 10/14/2008 by pteridine]



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:31 PM
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Subject to change...

DRAMA – The Name of the Rose

ACTION/ADVENTURE – The Lord of the Rings

MILITARY – Aliens

COMEDY – National Lampoon's Animal House

ROMANTIC – Meet Joe Black

HORROR – A Company of Wolves

SCIENCE FICTION – The Empire Strikes Back



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:33 PM
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Let's see hmmm

Action/adventure: 300 (SO BAD A!)

Military: Saving pvt Ryan

Drama: tough one, hmmmm... Gladiator

Horror: 28 weeks l8er

Sci-Fi: Planet of the Apes (original) ooor the Time Machine (most recent one)
or even WotW (new one)

Comedy: Anything Family Guy


Romantic: I don't watch kissy googoo movies


Suspense thriller: the # 23

[edit on 14-10-2008 by MoothyKnight]



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:34 PM
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DRAMA – Children of Men/Schindlers List

ACTION/ADVENTURE – Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade/Night Watch

MILITARY – Saving Private Ryan

COMEDY – Big Lebowski

ROMANTIC – The Fountain

HORROR – Silence of the Lambs

SCIENCE FICTION – Sunshine/2001:a Space O.



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:37 PM
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DRAMA – Léon or The professional

ACTION/ADVENTURE – The Boondock Saints

MILITARY – Dr. Strangelove

COMEDY – Student Bodies (1981)

ROMANTIC – Virgen de los sicarios, La
or "Our Lady of the Assassins"

HORROR – American Psycho

SCIENCE FICTION – Videodrome



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:43 PM
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DRAMA – Gone With the Wind

ACTION/ADVENTURE – Die Hard (Hanz...Bubee!)

MILITARY – Full Metal Jacket

COMEDY – The Cable Guy

ROMANTIC – Casablanca

HORROR – The Exorcist

SCIENCE FICTION – War of the Worlds (The Original)

WESTERN - Tombstone



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:50 PM
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mmm will go with this i think..

DRAMA –dodgeball

ACTION/ADVENTURE – matrix

MILITARY – first blood

COMEDY – borat

ROMANTIC –just like heaven

HORROR – evil dead

SCIENCE FICTION – independence day



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:51 PM
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Howdy Dave!


DRAMA – Schindlers List

ACTION/ADVENTURE – Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

MILITARY – Das Boot

COMEDY – Real Genius

ROMANTIC – Pretty Woman

HORROR – The Shining (original)

SCIENCE FICTION – THX-1138



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:51 PM
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FUN THREAD!

Drama- Their Will Be Blood

ACTION/ADVENTURE – The Boondock Saints

MILITARY – Bravo Two Zero or Full Metal Jacket

COMEDY – Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

ROMANTIC – Legends of the Fall

HORROR – The Exorcist

SCIENCE FICTION – Alien

WESTERN - True Grit



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:53 PM
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I'm a "reel" movie buff!

Drama: JFK

ACTION: Die Hard

MILITARY: Born on the Fourth of July

COMEDY: Shawn of the Dead

ROMANTIC: Love Actually

HORROR: Interview with the Vampire

SCIENCE FICTION: Planet of the Apes (1968)


*WESTERN: The Good, Bad and the Ugly or Tombstone (Its a tie for me.)

(*I had to inject that...)

Cheers from San Antonio Dave!



posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 11:53 PM
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DRAMA – Vanilla Sky.

ACTION/ADVENTURE – Raiders of the Lost Ark/Jurassic Park

MILITARY – Saving Private Ryan

COMEDY – FIGHT CLUB. Claaassssic.

ROMANTIC – Last Tango in Paris/ Atonement

HORROR – The Shining.

SCIENCE FICTION – 2001 A Space Odysey



posted on Oct, 15 2008 @ 12:03 AM
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DRAMA – Pink Floyd's The Wall. The the pain of failure of trust in all that you should unconditionally trust leading to eventual madness when the breaking point has been hit. What a clasic tale that few ever catch the point.

ACTION/ADVENTURE – Raiders of the Lost Ark. Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones, can you get an any bigger than life character?

MILITARY – Guns of Navirone. While fiction, the one step forward two steps back made for an engaging story.

COMEDY – (a very tough choice--tied) The collective works of Kevin Smith's films in the View Askew Universe for the sophomoric humor and compounding in-jokes such as 37. The Drunken Master. Jackie Chan's big film which lanched a whole genre known as Jackie Chan movies. The character of Wong Fei Hong had always been treated with upmost respect until this film and was gamble that paid off well as the result could have been total outrage and ended his career then and there.

ROMANTIC – Chasing Amy. While technically a comedy, so much of the story hits home that it is one of the few movies that make me cry. The arguement in front of the hockey rink when she screams "They didn't use me, I used them." is a complete dagger plunge to the heart because every guy that ever sowed wild oats knows in their heart they did the same thing that she did but can't fathom a girl doing the same due to blind jealousy and feelings of comparitive inadequacy.

HORROR – Hallowen (the original) Between the theme music and the subtile background action still makes for good suspense.

SCIENCE FICTION – Back to the Future (The whole trillogy) Whismical but fairly well written until the rehashings of the same scenes and gags.

HONORABLE MENTIONS
A Clockwork Orange. A great film to gage a person watching it for the first time. Parts are really disturbing and parts are really funny. If they are laughing at the wrong parts you might need to find another friend.

Dr. Strangelove. A great farce. And with Kubrick having directed both James Earl Jones (debut film) and David Prowse long before Lucas we know who honestly is the master.

The Great Dictator. Charlie Chaplin does a talkie and it is a far cry from his typical films. Classic.

Kill Bill. How nice to see Uma Thurman back in a Tarnitino film. A good story with plenty of things to keep it from being a family film. While the story is presented somewhat out of order like Pulp Fiction it lacked tight weave of related unrelated stories that made Pulp Fiction great but Kill Bill was a better story over all.

The Empire Strikes Back. Clearly the best of the six and what list couldn't have Star Wars mentioned somewhere. It would as incomplete as an 80's pop album collection without Purple Rain and Thriller among the titles.


[edit on 15-10-2008 by Ahabstar]



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