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    Micechat Movie list & who voted for what

    Here is a list of all those who voted for the Micechat's greatest movies, and what they voted for. Also a list of all the movies which only received one vote. The list of the top moves can be found here: http://www.micechat.com/forums/showt...44#post1344144

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    12 Angry Men
    8 ½
    A Goofy Movie
    A Knight’s Tale
    A League of their own
    A street car names desire
    A Trip to the Moon
    A Walk to Remember
    A Very Long Engagement
    Airplane
    Aliens
    Aladdin
    An Affair to remember
    Anything Else
    Artificial intelligence
    Army of Darkness
    Babes in Toyland
    Bambi
    Bamboozled
    Batman Begins
    Blow
    Braveheart
    Brown Sugar
    Cache
    Cape Fear
    Cast Away
    China Town
    Cheaper By the Dozen (original)
    Children of a Lesser God
    Chocolate
    Cinderella
    Cinema Paradiso
    City of God
    Clerks
    Cold Mountain
    Crash
    Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
    Cyrano De Beregac
    Dead Poet Society
    Donnie Darko
    Don Juan DeMarco
    Dumbo
    Edward Scissorhands
    El Dorado
    Elf
    Elizabeth
    Empire of the Sun
    Erin Brockovich
    Europa
    Fantasia
    Field of Dreams
    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    Fried Green Tomatoes
    Garden State
    George of the Jungle
    Grand Canyon
    Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
    Good Will Hunting
    Groundhog Day
    Hairspray
    Hackers
    Halloween
    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
    Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
    Harold & Maude
    Head over Heals
    Hero
    Hook
    Hunchback of Notre Dame
    Ikiru
    Interview with the Vampire
    Imitation of life
    It Happened One Night
    Jack and Sarah
    Jackie Brown
    JFK
    Kill Bill
    Kill Bill 2
    King Arthur
    Lady and the Tramp
    Lawrence of Arabia
    Lemony Snicket’s Series of Unfortunate Events
    Life as a House
    Life With Father
    Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
    Love Actually
    Magnolia
    Malcolm X
    Match point
    March of the Penguins
    McLintock
    Meet Me in St. Louis
    Metropolis
    Mildred Pierce
    Miracle on 34th Street
    Mississippi Burning
    Mission: Impossible
    Monsters Inc
    Mulan
    Mr. Smith goes to Washington
    Mrs. Brown
    Mrs. Doubtfire
    Muholland Drive
    National Lampoons Christmas Vacation
    National Lampoons Animal House
    National Velvet
    Nicholas Nickleby
    Ocean’s Eleven
    Oldboy
    Once upon a time when we were colored
    Pan’s Labyrinth
    Parenthood
    Pearl Harbor
    Peter Pan
    Peter Pan live action
    Philadelphia Story
    Pillow Talk
    Pinocchio
    Planet of the Apes
    Pulp Fiction
    Rainman
    Real Genius
    Requiem for a Dream
    Reservoir Dogs
    Rocky
    Rosemary’s Baby
    Rosewood
    Scarface
    Sense and Sensibility
    Second Hand Lions
    Secret of Roan Inish
    Seven Samurai
    Shrek
    Shrek 2
    Shakespeare in Love
    Silverado
    Signs
    Sin City
    Sliding Doors
    Sling Blade
    Smokey and the Bandit
    Snoopy Come Home
    Snow Falling on Cedars
    Solarias
    Song of the South
    Sordid Lives
    Spaceballs
    Spiderman
    Spirited Away
    Steel Magnolias
    Strangers on a Train
    Stripes
    Super Troopers
    Swing Kids
    Swingers
    Sympathy for lady vengeance
    The Abyss
    The Adventures of Baron Munchausen
    The Big Lebowski
    The Blues Brothers
    The Breakfast Club
    The Cabinet of Dr Caligari
    The Civil War (doc)
    The Corpse Bride
    The Constant Gardener
    The departed
    The Diary of Anne Frank
    The Elephant Man
    The English Patient
    The Enchanted Cottage
    The Godfather 3
    The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
    The Goonies
    The Graduate
    The Green Berets
    The Green Mile
    The Holy Mountain
    The Hours
    The Jazz Singer
    The Joy Luck Club
    The Jungle Book
    The King and I
    The Laramie Project
    The Last Emperor
    The Last samurai
    The Mummy
    The Phantom of the Opera
    The Queen
    The Saddest Music in the World
    The Sandlot
    The Sixth Sense
    The Sting
    The Ten Commandments
    The Untouchables
    The Wings of the Eagles
    The Woman
    The World according to Garp
    Thoroughly Modern Millie
    To Catch a Thief
    Tombstone
    Top Gun
    Trading Places
    Two Weeks Notice
    valerie and her week of wonders
    Vertigo
    Volver
    Wattstax
    War of the Worlds
    Weathering Heights
    X-Men III The Last Stand
    Zoolander
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    Hollywood1939
    1. Back to the Future: The orignal is by far the best. I remember watching this as a kid.
    2. Halloween: First movie that scared the crap out of me.
    3. The Shining: Jack Nicholson fits his part perfectly.
    4. Schindler's List: I feel was one of the best movies ever done.
    5. Goodfellas: Robert DeNiro, Joe Pesci, Ray Liotta and Paul Sorvino all in one movie!
    6. The Goonies: Heck yes.
    7. Scarface: The movie with the most F bombs in it.
    8. Resevoir Dogs: Gotta have a Tarantino movie somewhere.
    9. Spaceballs: One of the very first parody movies, and still the best parody movie.
    10. The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King.
    11. Star Wars Episode 4: The start of a phenomenon.
    12. Shrek: Kids movie, with adult jokes.
    13. National Lampoon's Animal House: A classic.
    14. A Clockwork Orange: Really weird but good movie.
    15. Blow: Johnny Depp's best movie of all time. Funny thing is, most Depp 'fans' don't even know about this movie.
    16. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone: Really innovative.
    17. Hackers: Bad acting but Angelina Jolie is hot in this movie.
    18. Super Troopers: Littering and....
    19. Terminator 2
    20. Dogma: A really underrated movie that has big stars and a really good comedy.

    Frecky
    1. clue
    2. parenthood (best line "do you feel like you need to throw up?" "ok" then she barfs all over him)
    3. indiana jones (raiders)
    4. return of the jedi
    5. shawshank redemption
    6. march of the penguins
    7. peter pan
    8. a christmas story (come on, great movie. period)
    9. The Mummy (brendan fraser)

    Motorboat cruiser
    The Godfather
    Citizen Kane
    Good Will Hunting
    Young Frankenstein
    12 Angry Men
    To Kill a Mockingbird
    Sunset Blvd.
    Saving Private Ryan
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    Raging Bull
    Star Wars
    Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
    Mississippi Burning
    Unforgiven
    Jaws
    Goodfellas
    Pulp Fiction
    Finding Neverland
    Cape Fear
    Jurrasic Park

    Tedi Bara
    Peter Pan
    Brokeback Mountain
    Hook
    Mary Poppins
    Jurassic Park
    ET

    Hakuna Makarla
    the color purple---
    titanic
    schindlers list
    wizard of oz--
    its a wonderful life
    the last emperior
    the elephant man
    kill bill
    kill bill 2
    artificial intelegence
    war of the worlds
    gone with the wind
    rosemarys baby
    a street car names desire
    the god father
    the godfather 2
    the god father3
    lord of the ring..... fellowship of the ring
    lord of the rings...... the two towers
    Lord of the rings...return of the king

    Janie
    Malcolm X (1992)
    Bamboozled (2000)
    The Color Purple (1985)
    Grand Canyon (1991)
    Once Upon A Time When We Were Colored (1995)
    Wattstax (1972)
    Ikiru (1952)
    Rosewood (1997)
    Empire of the Sun (1987)
    The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
    Star Wars (1977)
    Imitation of Life (1959)
    Brown Sugar (2002)
    Unforgiven (1992)
    Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
    JFK (1991)
    The Lion King (1994)
    Jackie Brown (1997)
    It's A Wonderful Life (1946)
    Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

    Kelly
    pearl habor
    titanic
    miracle on 34th street (the old verison)
    weathering hieghts
    its wonderful life
    National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
    National Lampoon’s Vacation
    i love little mermaid (in the disney category) LOL
    lion king
    the joy luck club is a good girl movie
    and so is fried green tomaotes
    and steel magnolias..



    Hayley B
    1) Wizard of Oz
    2) Bambi
    3) Nightmare Before Christmas
    4) Interview with the Vampire
    5) It's a Wonderful Life
    6) Shrek 2
    7) Edward Scissorhands
    8) Chicago
    9) The Queen
    10) Elizabeth
    11) The Green Mile
    12) The Sixth Sense
    13) Mrs Brown
    14) Sound of Music
    15) Dumbo
    16) A Goofy Movie
    17) Snoopy Come Home
    18) Forrest Gump
    19) Sling Blade
    20) Who Framed Roger Rabbit

    Barfownz
    Back to the Future

    Neon Cactus
    The Blues Brothers
    Trading Places,
    Jaws,
    Ghostbusters
    , Raiders of the Lost Ark
    , Monty Python and the Holy Grail,
    Star Wars (the original)
    , Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring,
    Mary Poppins
    , Goodfellas,
    The Little Mermaid,
    The Sting,
    Beauty and the Beast
    , Stripes
    , Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl,
    Erin Brockovich,
    Tootsie,
    National Lampoon's Vacation,
    Rainman,
    Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame.

    Pizzamousechips
    oldboy
    sympathy for lady vengeance
    match point
    annie hall
    the incredibles
    finding nemo
    monsters inc
    city of god
    a walk to remember
    moulin rouge
    mean girls
    swingers
    the corpse bride
    amelie
    cache
    the departed
    volver
    anything else
    the phantom of the opera (2005)
    home alone

    Aladdin
    Pirates of the Carribean: Curse of the Black Pearl
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    Mary Poppins
    Sound of Music
    The Ten Commandments
    George of the Jungle
    Lion King
    Little Mermaid
    Snow White
    Wizard of Oz
    Elf
    Jungle Book
    Tootsie
    Sordid Lives
    Finding Nemo
    Mrs. Doubtfire
    Dead Poet’s Society
    My Fair Lady
    It’s a Wonderful Life
    Song of the South

    Roo 719

    Seven Samurai
    Secret of Roan Inish
    The Civil War (doc)
    Adventures of Baron Munchusen
    Children of a Lesser God
    Birdcage
    Silence of the Lambs
    Cinema Paradiso
    Cyrano De Beregac
    Casablanca

    Quasimodo1384
    Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back - this one is my favorite in the Star Wars series because it is so dark. It’s got major plot twists and a cliffhanger ending.
    Big Fish - This one is a masterful piece of storytelling. It has a great cast of actors and a great director.
    Sleepless in Seattle - If I had to pick one film that I thought was great in it’s use of wit, it would be this one. The script is cleverly written and the acting is right on. Plus it’s just about as cheesy romance as you can get!
    A Knight’s Tale - perfect rags to riches story. You feel for the characters, it is very funny, and the music chosen is perfect in and odd sort of way…
    Ever After - I could probably quote this movie from beginning to end. The neat thing about this story, is that it takes the classic tale of Cinderella and puts a new spin on it: what is it really did happen? No magic or mice…
    Jurassic Park - Campy, yes, but who can deny that it did great things for visual effects in the industry. Plus seeing life-like dinosaurs was just cool!
    Beauty and the Beast - my all time favorite Disney movie. The songs and animation are wonderful, and the story is so different from any other fairy tale. The two love interests actually fight with each other at first!
    Amelia - This movie is just so artistic and wonderful. Parts completely crack me up and others I can really feel for the characters and relate to them.
    Signs - You GOTTA love M. Night. And no, that wasn’t a question or request. He is an amazing storyteller, director, and not too shabby of an actor either. This one is my favorite because of it’s overall theme: Everything Happens for a Reason.
    Garden State - Another one of those deeply funny movies. Parts are very sad and moving, parts have me rolling on the floor. This one is different in terms of the classic film style and setup, but I kind of like that…
    Finding Neverland - LOVE this movie! The acting is AMAZING, and the story is even better.
    Secondhand Lions - I cry EVERY TIME. And I’m okay with admitting that.
    Some Like it Hot
    The Sound of Music
    A League of Their Own
    One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
    Memento - I was mesmerized by this one the first time I saw it. It was such a fresh idea and an interesting twist.
    The Laramie Project - Amazing. Hard to watch and very moving. Everyone should see this movie.
    Life as a House - GREAT story and great acting.
    V for Vendetta - Entertaining with a very important message!
    X-Men 3: The Last Stand - Again, this one is deeper than it may seem on the surface.
    Braveheart - wow!
    Mary Poppins - It’s all about seeing past the end of your nose, and feeding the birds!
    Sense and Sensibility - A great love story, done without nudity or making out!
    Pocahontas - Such great music and animation. This one also has a great message about walking in the footsteps of a stranger and loving your fellow man.

    Twinmom
    1. Gone With the Wind
    2. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
    3. Jack and Sarah
    4. Schindler's List
    5. Silence of the Lambs
    6. Love Actually
    7. To Catch a Thief
    8. Eternal Sunshine for the Spotless Mind
    9. Mildred Pierce
    10. Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (the Gene Wilder version)
    11. Chocolat
    12. The Enchanted Cottage
    13. Some Like it Hot
    14. Rear Window
    15. Sound of Music
    Forrest Gump (is it one R or two?)
    Cheaper by the Dozen (the original)
    Life With Father

    Eaglewings
    The Godfather
    Metropolis
    The Cabinet of Dr Caligari
    A Trip To The Moon
    Some Like It Hot
    Gone With The Wind
    The Rocky Horror Picture Show
    Star Wars
    ET
    Lord of the Rings
    The Jazz Singer
    White Christmas
    Singin' In the Rain

    SummerinFL
    1. The Wizard of Oz - A timeless classic, generations to come will enjoy this masterpiece.
    2. Grease - How can you not love Grease? The movie makes you want to sing and dance!
    3. Gone With the Wind - The ultimate love story, this movie throws everything you want into a film and makes it wonderful. The fact that its so old is a testament to its appeal.
    4. Shawshank Redemption - A very thought provoking film that was highly underated.
    5. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory - Another classic that children will love through the ages.
    6. Lady and the Tramp
    7. An Affair To Remember - Two words.. Cary Grant.
    8. Breakfast at Tiffanys - Audrey Hepburn is the ultimate classy lady, her beauty and poise will stand the test of time.
    9. My Fair Lady - Hepburn so completely was Elisa Doolittle, I don't think I could ever see anyone else playing her.
    10. Mary Poppins
    11. Sleepless in Seattle
    12. Ever After - This story embodied everything you would want in a love story.
    13. The Last Samurai - A very powerful movie, with everything you could ever want from this type of film.
    14. Pillow Talk
    15. The Breakfast Club - Detention on a Saturday was never so much fun.
    16. Real Genius
    17. Silence of the Lambs - The movie you love to be evil in.
    18. Strangers on a Train - My favorite Hitchcock film, the fact that it gave me the creeps after so many years, says something.
    19. The Princess Bride
    20. White Christmas - It just "is" the Christmas spirit.


    PeaJay18
    Aliens
    Jaws
    Scream
    Clerks
    Fight Club
    Mean Girls
    World According to Garp
    Moulin Rouge
    Psycho
    Aladdin

    Sir Clinksalot
    Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring - What a way to kick of maybe the best movie trilogy EVER!!! From the instant the prologue begins you are instantly hooked.
    Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
    Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - Actually my least favorite of the trilogy, but still a kick-butt movie. It left too much out of the book IMO.
    Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope - The movie that changed a generation
    Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
    Airplane
    Blazing Saddles
    Fantasia
    Goodfellas
    Lock, Stock and 2 Smoking Barrels
    Mary Poppins
    Swing Kids
    The Untouchables
    The Godfather
    The Godfather Part II
    Pinnochio
    Young Frankenstein
    The Usual Suspects

    Speedway
    Memoirs of a Geisha
    Pocahontas
    Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
    The Virgin Suicides
    The Usual Suspects

    Cpdisneyprincess
    1. The Sound of Music
    2. Moulin Rouge
    3. A Christmas Story
    4. The Princess Bride
    5. The Empire Strikes Back
    6. Return of the Jedi
    7. Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark
    8. Indiana Jones - Last Crusade
    9. Close Encounters of a Third Kind
    10. Beauty and the Beast
    11. The Diary of Anne Frank
    12. Schindler's List
    13. Sleeping Beauty
    14. Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Man's Chest
    15. It Happened One Night
    16. Breakfast at Tiffany's
    17. It's a Wonderful Life
    18. The King and I
    19. Finding Neverland
    20. Peter Pan (2003? Live Action)

    Alice’s Wonderland
    1. Sleeping Beauty. I love that there is very little dialogue and that the movie flows just like the ballet
    2. Alice in Wonderland. Because it is creative and full of nonsense
    3. Mulan
    4. Nightmare Before Christmas.
    5.The Constant Gardener. It's such an amazing story and movie. I want an Abook from Kenya because of it.
    6. Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Man's Chest. Because of all the pirate history that was included and how they depicted Davy's crew as literally becoming parts of the sea from Bootstrap's drowning victim look, to the guy in the wall. I also loved that they sang "15 men on a dead man's chest," Also I have a facsination with old keys. I like any story that invovles keys.
    7. Babes in Toyland. With Annette Funicello. I love the forest of no return scene.
    8. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. A realistic decpiction of a real relationship. With the good and bad that occurs.
    9. Who framed Roger Rabbit. Because as a feminist I think that Jessica Rabbit is a positive role model. And it's based on a true story and I'm a sucker for those
    10. Thoroughly Modern Millie. "Soy sauce!" and "Raspberries!"
    11. Nicholas Nickleby. Best Dickens book and movie in my opinion
    12. The Wizard of Oz. For obvious reasons
    13. Head Over Heels. Because it makes me laugh even if I've had a crappy day
    14. Two weeks notice. Again because it makes me laugh. It's the ONLY hugh grant
    movie I like
    15. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. Probably because it's my favorite book but I liked the director's take on it.
    16. Mary Poppins
    17. Meet me in St Louis. Because the Christmas Ball always makes me cry
    18. National Velvet
    19. Home ALone. Because it reminds me of my childhood
    20. A Very Long Engagement. Her unwavering faith is inspiring to me.

    Krystledm
    Don Juan DiMarco
    Wizard of Oz
    Gone With the Wind
    Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
    Star Wars: return of the jedi
    The little Mermaid
    Beauty and the Beast
    Moulin Rogue
    7 Brides for 7 Brothers
    Cold Mountain

    RenMan
    Blade Runner - too slow for some, but awesome in its creation of atmosphere
    Star Wars (episode IV) - inspirational
    Magnolia - complicated ensemble piece, brilliant in tying together so many threads
    2001 - excellent, realistic way-ahead-of-its-time sci-fi
    Alien - great combination of sci-fi, atmosphere and suspense
    Amelie (Le Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain) - magical, simply magical
    The Matrix - thought-provoking premise and awesome action all rolled into one
    Fight Club - way cool genre shift mid-film
    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind - fantastic, literally.
    Spirited Away (Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi) - magical. beautiful use of imagery.
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail - freakin' funny
    The Incredibles - excellent story-crafting + exquisite execution
    Monsters, Inc. - ditto
    Toy Story - ditto, plus props for being first full-length CG film
    Cinderella - Delightful story, animation and music, no matter how many times you've seen it
    Mary Poppins - Magical. Fun ride.
    Singin' in the Rain - Great dancing, music, huge production numbers.
    The Princess Bride - Classic. Never gets old.
    8 1/2 - long, slow film but somehow intriguing as self-portrait. pure film.
    E.T. - Delightful story.

    Speedway
    One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
    The Virgin Suicides
    Memoirs of a Geisha
    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    Hairspray
    Crash
    The Usual Suspects

    Fishbulb
    Sunset Boulevard
    The Godfather
    Star Wars (1977)
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    Lawrence of Arabia
    Singin in the Rain
    This is Spinal Tap
    Rear Window
    Psycho
    Beauty and the Beast
    Annie Hall
    Apocolypse Now (original cut)
    Eraserhead
    The Silence of the Lambs
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    Young Frankenstein
    Gone with the Wind
    GoodFellas
    Raging Bull
    All About Eve
    Blade Runner (directors cut)
    Chinatown

    Jessicalover
    1. Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back
    2. Star Wars A New Hope
    3. Star Wars Revenge Of The Sith
    4. Star Wars Attack Of The Clones
    5. Star Wars Return Of The Jedi
    6. Star Wars Phantom Menace
    7. A Christmas Story
    8. The Nightmare Before Christmas
    9. Clockwork Orange
    10. The Rocky Horror Picture Show
    11. Planet Of The Apes (original)
    12. Alien
    13. Wizard Of Oz
    14. Gone With The Wind
    15. Back To The Future
    14. Rocky
    15. Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
    16. Grease
    17. The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly
    18. The Green Berets
    19. Ghostbusters
    20. Titanic

    Jurgenb52
    Amelie
    The Enlgish Patient
    Snow Falling on Cedars
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit
    The Incredibles
    Rear Window
    The Sandlot
    Zoolander
    LOTR: Return of the King
    Sleeping Beauty
    Citizen Kane
    Sliding Doors
    Clue
    Mission: Impossible
    Sleepless in Seattle
    Donnie Darko
    Field of Dreams
    Pirates of the Caribbean Curse of the Black Pearl
    Moulin Rouge
    Requim for a Dream

    DLCub
    2001: a space oddysey
    the shining
    disney's alice in wonderland
    mulholland drive
    eraserhead
    the big lebowski
    groundhog day
    valerie and her week of wonders
    apocalypse now
    vertigo
    the holy mountain
    the hours
    disney's sleeping beauty
    citizen kane
    alien
    lemony snicket's a series of unfortunate events
    solyaris (by tarkowsky)
    the saddest music in the world
    o brother, where art thou?
    Europa

    Gemini Cricket
    1. All About Eve
    2. Casablanca
    3. Citizen Kane
    4. The Women (Joan Crawford version)
    5. To Kill a Mockingbird
    5. Philadelphia Story
    6. Some Like it Hot
    7. Brokeback Mountain
    8. Harold & Maude
    9. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
    10. Rear Window
    11. Gone with the Wind
    12. It's a Wonderful Life
    13. High Noon
    14. Goodfellas
    15. The Birdcage
    16. Finding Nemo
    17. Shakespeare in Love
    18. Raiders of the Lost Ark
    19. Star Wars: A New Hope
    20. The Shawshank Redemption

    Hench
    Pan's Labyrith
    Psycho
    Silence of the lambs
    Godfather
    Empire Strikes Back
    The Graduate
    Scream
    South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut
    Casablanca
    Clerks
    Serenity
    Empire Records
    Rocky
    Spiderman
    Batman Begins

    Baghira
    Smokey and the Bandit
    Tombstone
    Lord of the Rings The Fellowship of the Ring
    Lord of the Rings The 2 Towers
    Lord of the Rings The Return of the King
    Army of Darkness
    Forrest Gump
    McLintock
    El Dorado
    The Wings of Eagles
    Silverado
    The Lion King
    Top Gun
    Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind
    The Blues Brothers
    T-2 Judgement Day
    Toy Story
    The Abyss
    Saving Private Ryan
    Cast Away

    Spidergrrrl
    Blazing Saddles
    Because it's ridiculous, silly, fun and doesn't really care who it offends. Some parts just don't make sense, but that's just Mel Brooks' comic genius.
    Chicago
    I thought Bill Condon did an amazing job bringing this stage production to the screen. The way the fantasy elements were combined with the "realistic" scenes was perfect.
    Dogma
    Helping to heal the scars of growing up Catholic...
    Hero
    Beautiful cinematography and wirework, engaging story.
    The Incredibles
    IMHO, the best of the Pixar movies.
    Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
    Just a fun action/adventure movie with a little intrigue, romance and comedy thrown in.
    King Arthur
    So what if it wasn't historically accurate? That one scene on the frozen river was just...wow.
    LoTR: Fellowship of the Ring
    Incredibly beautiful - Peter Jackson just did an amazing job of bringing Tolkein's stories to life. Let's just say I didn't even notice that it was 3 hours long when I'm usually squirming after an hour and a half
    Mary Poppins
    A fun movie with the mix of animation and live action. The musical numbers were especially nice.
    The Matrix
    Because it was groundbreaking when it was first released - in addition to the amazing special effects, this movie made you think. Then they had to ruin it with Matrix Reloaded
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    "Merely a flesh wound!"
    Ocean's Eleven
    This movie was like candy - no nutritional value, not something you should have a lot of, but oh how much I enjoy it when I do! Too much fun.
    Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl
    I was pleasantly surprised at this movie - had a nice mix of action, romance and comedy, with just enough of a bite to make it more than simple fluff. And Johnny Depp made the movie - his portrayal of Jack Sparrow was simply great.
    The Princess Bride
    Has a lot of sentimental value for me - it was a nearly perfect movie when I was 15, and I still enjoy it once in a while more than 17 years later.
    Sin City
    Somehow, this movie managed to keep its comic book origins apparent in the movie adaptation, which I found amazing. This WAS a comic book come to life. Gritty and uncompromising.
    Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
    Even though you knew there would be a follow up, there was still a dark ending. This movie didn't fall into the trap of trying to wrap things up all nice and pretty in two hours - you were left wanting more, and knowing that sometimes, being the good guy just isn't quite enough.
    V for Vendetta
    I didn't read the graphic novel, so I didn't have a problem with how it "evolved" from the source. I thought Hugo Weaving did an amazing job of acting, how he conveyed emotion and feelings through tone, inflection and body language.

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    2. Back to the Future
    3. Big Fish
    4. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
    5. Clue
    6. Star Wars
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    12Lord of the Rings
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    15. Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark
    16. High Noon
    17. Memento
    18. O Brother Where art thou?
    19 The Nightmare Before Christmas
    20. This is Spinal Tap
    Last edited by thejoshualee; 01-29-2007 at 10:09 AM.
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    Re: Micechat Movie list & who voted for what

    I did enjoy this! Too cool! Thanks for doing this T-Gel--we may have missed you, but this is a grand return!

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    Re: Micechat Movie list & who voted for what

    DLClub???

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    Re: Micechat Movie list & who voted for what

    Quote Originally Posted by DLcub View Post
    DLClub???
    Yikes!!! Sorry!!!

    Meh... I was up all night doing this (I'm up all night all the time, but... you know)

    Changed!
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    this was just as cool to see as the other list. once again thank you for all the hard work this was great fun to see.
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    Thanks for all the work you put into it!!

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    Thanks for all your hard work - makes me wish I'd elaborated on my choices more...

    Thanks again!


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    Re: Micechat Movie list & who voted for what

    Quote Originally Posted by PeaJay18 View Post
    Thanks for all your hard work - makes me wish I'd elaborated on my choices more...

    Thanks again!
    Well, here is your chance.

    Go nuts.
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    Interesting movie list. There are some on there that I've never even heard of.

    Thanks for putting your effort into your movie list, I enjoyed reading it.

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    Re: Micechat Movie list & who voted for what

    Great effort, indeed quite a LONG list!


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    Re: Micechat Movie list & who voted for what

    I didn't vote (can't get it down to 20) but there are some of my faves:

    Gone With the Wind
    The Wizard of Oz
    It's a Wonderful Life
    Mary Poppins
    The Sound of Music
    West Side Story
    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
    Superman the Movie
    Star Wars (1977)
    North by Northwest
    The Graduate
    Harold & Maude
    Notorious!
    Swiss Family Robinson
    Pollyanna
    The Parent Trap! (1961)
    Pinocchio
    Sleeping Beauty
    The Ten Commandments
    The Rocky Horror Picture Show
    Peter Pan
    Alice in Wonderland
    The Big Country
    Shadow of a Doubt
    Rear Window
    Meet John Doe
    It Happened One Night
    Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
    Casablanca
    Citizen Kane
    The African Queen
    Dumbo
    Cinderella
    Song of the South
    Lord of the Rings (trilogy)
    The Manchurian Candidate
    Sunset Boulevard
    All About Eve
    Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?
    Bridge on the River Kwai
    To Kill a Mickingbird
    Young Frankenstein
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    My Fair Lady
    Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971)
    A Star is Born (1954)
    20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
    Treasure Island (1950)
    Lady and the Tramp
    Fantasia
    One Hundred and One Dalmatians
    Planet of the Apes (1968)
    Bonnie & Clyde
    Paper Moon
    Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    Black Narcissus
    The Trouble With Angels
    Spider-Man 2
    Fargo
    Little Miss Sunshine
    The Three Caballeros
    Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
    Singin' in the Rain
    Mr Blandings Builds His Dream House
    Psycho
    The Birds

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    Re: Micechat Movie list & who voted for what

    1 movie I forgot to put on my list was The Right Stuff, I haven't seen it in a while but it's one of my favorite movies of all-time.

    Thanks again for such a great idea of the list.

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    Thanks for putting this together. I'm happy other people enjoy the movie 'Clue' as much as I do, it was good to see it get 3 votes.

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    I'm dissapointed "The Party" wasn't mentioned, i'm equally as disspointed I found this thread too late to vote

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