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CudleyCowlick 05-18-2007 04:49 PM

I also had to split the shows between live action and animated. Too hard to choose otherwise. So 3 lists:

TMNT (I'm going to cheat and count all 4 as 1)
Star Wars Original Trilogy (CHEATING)
Boondock Saints
Pulp Fiction
Office Space
Spaceballs (Damnit, I'd add more Mel Brooks if I had room)
Cheech & Chong's Up In Smoke
Sin City
The Dark Crystal

The Sarah Silverman Program
Mr. Show (You can see that I enjoy the HBO, hehe)
Star Trek: Original, TNG, and to some extent, DS9
Modern Marvels
The Drew Carey Show
Saul of the Mole Men

TMNT (Again, cheating and counting all as 1, even FF!
The Simpsons
X-Men Adventures
Masters of the Universe
The Tick
Garfield & Friends
Sealab 2021
Drinky Crow (Only 1 episode so far... but I have faith!)

Time Mistress 05-19-2007 10:48 AM

Ooh, Willow. Love that film.

CudleyCowlick 05-21-2007 07:54 AM


Originally Posted by Time Mistress (Post 516949)
Ooh, Willow. Love that film.

Who doesn't? Nobody who matters! :lol: Can you believe my g/f has still never seen it, and I've had it on DVD now for like 6 months? She just won't sit down and watch it.

Revan 05-21-2007 10:55 AM

Dark Cyrstal, eh? Is that in there for nostalgia or do you really think it's a good film?

Courk 05-24-2007 07:42 PM

I'll give my lists, then y'all get to guess my age. ;-)

These aren't perfect lists since after the first 3 or so of each I was actually drawing blanks. Think of them as 10 shows/movies I like that I could think of, ranked in order of preference.

TV Shows
1. Arrested Development
2. Lost
3. Heroes
4. Hogan's Heroes
5. Gargoyles
6. Mythbusters
7. Dirty Jobs
8. Scrubs
9. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
10. South Park

1. The Great Escape
3. Pirates of the Caribbean
4. Finding Nemo
5. Back to the Future I-III
6. A Bug's Life
7. Shawshank Redemption
8. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
9. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
10. Shaun of the Dead

bullet 05-24-2007 08:10 PM


Ecto Jedi 05-24-2007 09:44 PM

Wait, is this a trick question? Are you, in reality, undead?

Courk 05-25-2007 12:24 AM

But then wouldn't Shaun of the Dead be my favorite movie? ;-)


Originally Posted by bullet (Post 519319)

No, but it made me laugh. :-D

CudleyCowlick 06-02-2007 01:36 PM


Originally Posted by Neutrino (Post 517796)
Dark Cyrstal, eh? Is that in there for nostalgia or do you really think it's a good film?

A little bit of both actually. I think it's a really well executed piece of kid-friendly fantasy. I'm a sucker for well-made puppets and detailed scenery too, and you can't argue that they did an amazing job on both.

RaphaelsOnlyGirl 06-15-2007 02:01 PM

1. TMNT new movie (shocking, huh?)
2. All the other Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies and shows
3. Pirates of the Caribbean movies
4. Lord of the Rings
5. Seabiscuit
6. Hidalgo
7. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
8. King Kong
9. National Treasure
10. Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron

Time Mistress 07-27-2007 08:59 PM

Courk, Charmed Serenity - I congratulate fellow DS9 fans on their good taste!:)

And I have to revise my list of favorite movies now that 2 more have made the list this year

1. Transformers (1986)
2. TMNT 1
3. Last Unicorn
4. Robin Hood (1973)
5. The Mask of Zorro
6. The Wizard of Oz
7. Beauty and the Beast (1991)
8. TMNT 4
9. Transformers (2007)
10. Highlander: Endgame
11-13. X-Men Trilogy
14. Star Trek 6: Undiscovered Country
15. Robin Hood: Prince or Thieves
16-18. Star Wars Original Trilogy
19. The Love Bug
20. Willow

Mr. Snackpants 07-29-2007 06:43 PM

My first movie list was rushed...had a lot of new movies. The movie application on Facebook is really cool and helped straighten my thoughts.

Top 10 Movies

1. Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
This is a "homer" at #1 because I looove Will Ferrell. It was a sad day when he left SNL and I have barely watched since. Sure, he plays pretty much every character the same and that may get old for some people, but not for me. This is the best Will Ferrell movie hands down. It's so damn quotable and rediculous...and that's why I love it. Now I just gotta get my hands on the movie made out of extra footage.
2. Pulp Fiction
I love Tarantino. This is just classic. So many memorable/quotable moments. Never gets old.
3. Grindhouse
Again, Tarantino. I've only seen this once but I know it will be one of my favorites of all-time. This was the best experience at the movie theatre I have ever had. I feel sorry for those who missed out on this movie in theatres. Two full length movie and a handful of hilarious trailers.
4. The Big Lebowski
A cult classic. No one I know except my uncle has ever seen it. The plot is so outrageous...everything stems from someone pissing on the dudes Haha.
5. Saving Private Ryan
Such a great war movie. Tom Hanks is great. Great action. Great story. What else is there to say.

Cure 07-29-2007 09:04 PM

My top ten movies.

10.Sin City - Combining super-stylish effects, a noir setting, and more violence than a concentration camp being visited by Hitler on one of his off days, Sin City has a certain draw to it that won't let you take your eyes off of it even if you wanted to cover them from all the gore on the screen.

9. Half-Baked - I first saw this movie when I was younger, and didn't really appreciate it back then. Being older, now I get it. Who doesn't love a group of potheads tryin' to bail their friend outta jail by selling weed? A very funny movie.

8. Pulp Fiction - Some would argue to say that this is Tarantino's best piece of work. Filled with great acting, directing, and pacing, this movie is full of dark humor and irony, and only gets better as it goes along.

7. Incredibles - This is hands down the best love child out of the complicated and twisting relationship between uber-sweet Ms. Disney and edgy and innovative Mr. Pixar. The youngest of his 6 brothers and sisters, Incredibles came out the movie womb destined for greatness. With great action scenes and a great sense of humor, Incredibles is my favorite out of the family, but I still love the rest as well.

6. American History X - On a darker note, this movie is great brain stimulation and makes you think of how the world really is. A great movie with great acting. Definitely one of Edward Norton's best.

5. Training Day - Another movie set in L.A., this movie got Denzel an oscar for best actor, and rightfully so (I don't care what anyone says, he STILL woulda beat Russel Crowe if he wasn't surrounded in controversy). He has to of played one of the most memorable and cool antagonists ever.

4. Crash - Chock full of interesting characters, this movie tells the story of how multiple lives come CRASHing (haha) together through the course of 36 hours or so. Very cool story telling and interesting to see how all their lives intertwine.

3. Emperor's New Groove - Possibly THE most UNDERRATED movie of ALL TIME. Clever and hilarious writing. Outstanding voice-over work. It's such a shame this movie didn't get the praise it deserved.

2. Face-Off - Fast paced action and well thought out character development are the perks to this John Woo Film. Not your typical action gun flick, this movie takes the time to make sure we care and feel for the characters. Excellent movie.

1. Spider-Man 2 - Jesus Christ, this movie is good. Filled to the rim with complex canon relationships and emotion and intense action sequences, this movie tells the on-going drama and story of the most tragic and poetic super-hero, Spider-Man. This is just movie greatness.

CharmedSerenity 08-04-2007 03:12 AM


Originally Posted by Time Mistress (Post 541518)
Courk, Charmed Serenity - I congratulate fellow DS9 fans on their good taste! :)

Why, thank you, DS9 is my fav Star Trek series, :D

Zog the Equalizer 08-05-2007 10:08 PM

1. Teenage mutant Ninja Turtles ( i like them all a lot but the origonal is my favourite movie)
2. Wayne's World
3. Origonal Star Wars ztrilogy
4. Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
5. Boondock Saints
6. Batman Begins
7. Snatch
8. Highlander
9. Batman(1989)
10. 300

1. Futurama
2. Batman: The Animated Series
3. Its Allways Sunny in Philidelphia
4. Jonny Quest
5. TMNT 2k3
6. The Colbert Report
7. The Smpsons
8. The Riches
10. CSI (the origonal only)

Leonardo Leads 08-08-2007 12:36 AM

Top 5 Shows
1. Batman TAS
2. The Simpsons
3. Justice League (JLU)
4. TMNT (all)
5. Firefly

Top 10 Films (No Particular Order)
1. Pulp Fiction
2. The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou
3. Raiders of The Lost Ark
4. The Empire Strikes Back
5. Clerks
6. Superman Returns
7. TMNT (2007)
8. Die Hard
9. Garden State
10. Serenity

RAM BAM 09-13-2007 08:18 PM

Top Ten Movies (No Particular Order)
Made In Britain
Annie Hall
Star Wars IV
One Upon A Time In The West
Dazed and Confused
Silence Of The Lambs
Howl's Moving Castle
Spirited Away

TV Shows
The Prisoner
Doctor Who (with Tom Baker)
Monty Python's Flying Circus
Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em
Family Guy
TMNT (Original Cartoon Series)
All In The Family

Swany 09-19-2007 05:33 PM

Revising my list.

TV shows. (In no particular order)
CSI (All 3)
Law and Order
Family Guy
Paul O'Grady show (counts in my book)
Black Books

Movies (In no particular order)
Shaun Of the Dead
Silent Hill
Hot Fuzz
Anchorman (The audio commentary is hilarious BTW)
Team America
Badboys I/II
Transformers (1986 and 2007)
Four Brothers
White Chicks

Mecha Cow 09-19-2007 05:58 PM

In no particular order:

-The Shawshank Redemption (This is pretty much the greatest movie ever)
-Drunken Master
-Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1989)
-Die Hard
-Rocky IV
-The Breakfast Club
-Enter the Dragon
-Lord of the Rings
-Star Wars (Original trilogy - Hell no to the prequels)
-Seven Samurai
-The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
-Lots of others that I forgot

Yes, that's ten. You just can't count.

TV shows:

Ecto Jedi 11-03-2007 09:35 PM


Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Back to the Future Parts I and II
Star Wars Episodes IV-VI
Rocky III and IV
Cinderella Man
House on Haunted Hill
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
The Breakfast Club
Wes Craven's New Nightmare

TV shows:

The PJs
The Simpsons (pre-1998 -- anything since then is complete garbage)
Penn and Teller: BULLSH*T!
Whose Line is it Anyway?
All in the Family

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