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    Your Favourite Film...

    Ok stick it here, you must only pick one and i know its almost impossible to do it cos i know i have about 50 probably if i sat down and thought about it! But think of just 1 you'd take onto a desert island or sommit like that with you

    And mine is....

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    It is very hard to pick one indeed!

    Ok

    Aliens

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    jeez... that is a tough one...

    Aliens is a classic...

    but i guess no film has had an impact quite like Apocalypse Now.

    thats my fave film.

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    Beverly Hills Cop, the first one. When i was a kid had a toy gun and used to pretend I was Axel Foley going around the house. Saw the movie again the other day, tried to do it again, but it wasnt the same.

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    O Brother Where Art thou- If you got fed up of the film you could just listen to the music
    The Caped Crusader :-)

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    I'm with gilgamesj - apocalypse now is an awesome film

    was very happy when they released redux cos i got to see it in the cinema, until then i'd only ever watched it on vid.

    the 1st & 9th air cavalry flying in to the sound of "ride of the valkyries" on a big screen was effin amazing....not to mention the do lung bridge

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    Matrix every time.
    But watching it on VHS sucks

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    Full Metal Jacket

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    Classic film IMO.

    Other good ones are Gladiator, Apocalypse Now, Black Hawk Down, and Forrest Gump.

    Not got a thing for war films then . . .

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    Lol. yeh, and that drill sergant...

    'you smell that ? thats the smell o napalm, i love the smell of napalm in the morning'

    gladiator is a classic, anyone think that russel crowe is a bit of a pleb tho good in the quick and the dead

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    Kevin and Perry go large - because im a clubber and it has one of the best soundtracks EVER !
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    gawwwwwwwwwd, would you like to ask a harder question?

    its sooooooooo difficult to choose

    i THINK it'd be between fight club and aliens

    but there are soooooooo many other awesome films out there i dunno what i'd choose

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    The Italian Job



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    Michael Caine is the daddy!



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    The Matrix has to be my 1st, closely followed by Fight Club

    Favourite comedy is Dumb & Dumber, and I refuse to watch the prequal!

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    My fave film changes all the time,

    at the moment its waterwor.. I mean Godfather part II

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    Matrix

    Only because, at the time i watched it at the cinema it totally blew me away. Best cinema experience id ever had.

    Otherwise, other notible films are:

    Leon
    Cowboy Bebop (only if u watch the series though)
    Ghost in the Shell
    Matrix 2 (*just*)
    LOTR (cause its epic)
    Shrek (cause its funny as fk! another great cinema experience but with my family).
    Ep2 - the yoda scene. Rest mostly is pretty naff but it was worth waiting for Yoda with a light sabre watching it with a cinema full of starwars *fanatics* screaming and shouting twas quality.
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