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Hmmm... It is rare that I see a film that doesn't have something worthwhile in it, so it's hard to do favorites....

American Beauty
The Matrix
It's A Wonderful Life
Still Breathing
Henry V- Branagh version
Moulin Rouge
Farenheit 9/11
Interview With A Vampire
The Guru

OK, that's 11 so I'll stop now. :)
Guess I'll have a go at it.

Raging Bull
Dog Day Afternoon
Jacobs Ladder
Reservior Dogs
Mulholland Drive
Man on Fire
The Exorcist
In no particular order...

Army of Darkness
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Gangs of New York
Moulin Rouge
Brotherhood of the Wolf
Stalag 17
Kung Fu Hustle
Donnie Darko
My list, in no particular order and subject to change:

The Decalogue
Trois Couleurs: Rouge
Trois Couleurs: Bleu
Ashes and Diamonds
Citizen Kane
Battleship Potemkin
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
Hotel Rwanda
10 best

The following:

Eye of God
One False Move
Deer Hunter
Fassbinder films
Mean Streets or Taxi Driver
Gone With the Wind
Birth of a Nation
and all the others I just can't think of and were such beautiful films

it goes on and on and on
Here's a list of film I've watched on DVD this year that I've enjoyed, and all are non-Hollywood films, you can get them at www.yesasia.com but some are not Region 1 coded, so you either need an all region dvd player or you find a combination of commands for your current dvd player to make it all region - yes, that's possible, more info about dvd player stand alone info can be found at www.vcdhelp.com

- 2046, the lost memory (interesting twist movie - Korean, available at Hollywood Video)
- Kung Fu Hustle (no need to write anything here)
- New Police Story (Jackie Chan's latest, more drama than comedy based, soon to be released by Miramax in US)
- DragonBlade (HK animated movie)
- Ong Bak (Thai's film with Tony Jaa)
- Born to Fight (I believed this is Tony's 2nd)
- House of Fury (Stephen Fund's 2nd directorial film - produced by Jackie Chan's company)

I'll give you twenty-one

From top to bottom:

Once Upon a Time in the West
Reflections of Evil
Flash Gordon
Blood Feast
Salome's Last Dance
Super Fuzz
The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
The Ninth Gate
The Brown Bunny
The Untitled Star Wars Mockumentary & Lost in "The Thinking" (tie)
Deadbeat at Dawn
Forbidden Zone
Quatermass & the Pit
The Saddest Music in the World
Fight for Your Life
The Bride of Frank
Shogun Assassin
Valerie and Her Week of Wonders
1.Fight Club
3.Big Lewbowski
4.Mad Max
6.Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
8.The Shawshank Redemption
9.Annie Hall (Any Woody film could make this list)
10.Pulp Fiction
no paticular order;
1. silence of the lambs
2. gangs of new york
3. scarface
4. pulp fiction
5. godfather II
6. rocky- i know i know, but i cant resist it everytime it comes i watch and i own the movie, but cant tell me its not a great story.
7. resevior dogs
8. to kill a mocking bird- one of the greatest ever
9. clockwork orange
10. psycho
Too numerous, and I can't remember all the films I saw from good to bad. Here's a few for me I like.

Good Bad Ugly
The Dark Crystal
Enemy at the Gate
Team America
Crash (the lastest one)
Blade Runner
The Grudge

oh ya, Das Boot, best submarine movie I ever saw.

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change in list already

Fight Club
7 samuri/magnificent 7
Man on Fire
Evil Dead/Army of Darkness
Saving Private Ryan
Kill Billv1&v2
From Dusk Till Dawn
Indiana Jones Temple of Doom not the best indiana movie but my favorite since i was a kid.
The Shining
Resivor Dogs
That would be my top ten right know, my list is always changing. No particular order just 10 movies that I love that came to mind first.
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napolean dynamite, is perhaps the greatest film ever, maybe not ever, but i will watch it tilll they i die, "while im making me a dang quesadilla"
A preliminary list.

1. Nashville
2. Magnolia
3. A Clockwork Orange
4. Boogie Nights
5. 2001: A Space Odyssey
6. Casino
7. Igby Goes Down
8. The Silence of the Lambs
9. The Player
10. Sex, Lies, and Videotape

It's probably pretty obvious that I love stylistic, self-indulgent auteur films. :)
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This is tough but I'll try to squeeze ten into the list.

Lion King
Nuns on the Run
Ninja Scroll
House of Flying Daggers
Hotel Rwanda
Resident Evil
I tend to like the classics, more auteur oriented. I've just recently began to watch films from the French new wave and the Italian neo-realism movement, so i'm sure this list is subject to change once I see the mastery of those movies. Here is my list:

1. Godfather part II
2. Cinema Paradiso
3. Once Upon A Time In The West
4. Godfather Part I
5. Taxi Driver
6. The Conversation
7. Clockwork Orange
8. 8 1/2
9. L'Avventura
10. On The Waterfront
1. Office Space (The smartest comedy ever...period)
2. The Thin Red Line
3. Good Will Hunting
4. Pulp Fiction
5. Magnolia
6. Days Of Heaven
7. SE7EN
8. Badlands
9. Rounders(not sure why, but I find myself watching it often.)
10. 21 Grams
1. The 400 Blows (Truffaut)
2. Annie Hall (Allen)
3. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (Bunuel)
4. Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (Kubrick)
5. Ghostbusters (Reitman)
6. His Girl Friday (Hawks)
7. La Dolce Vita (Fellini)
8. Network (Lumet)
9. Raging Bull (Scorsese)
10. sex, lies, and videotape (Soderbergh)
1. The Shawshank Redemption.
2. Kill Bill 2
3. Kill Bill1
4. Saving Private Ryan
5. Office Space
6. Close Encouters of the Third Kind
7. Back to the Future
8. Meet the Parents
9. Star Wars: Return of the Jedi
10. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
1) Deer Hunter
2) Taxi Driver
3) Gerry
4) Man Bites Dog
5) La Haine
6) Badlands
7) Close Encounters
8) Lantana
9) Dead Mans Shoes
10) GoodFellas.

Thats untill I think of some more I've forgotten.
in no order cus that would be too hard

pulp fiction
eternal sunshine
vanilla sky
garden state
donne darko
lost in translation
endless summer
waynes world 1/2

Honorable mentions: Gummo, Buffalo 66