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Blutwölfin
Tuesday, August 9th, 2005, 04:29 PM
**** = "f*%!"

1. The Devil's Rejects (2005), 560 (100 minutes: 5.6 ****s/min)
2. Nil by Mouth (1997), 470 (128 minutes: 3.67 ****s/min)
3. Casino (1995), 422 (178 minutes: 2.37 ****s/min)
4. Martin Lawrence Live: Runteldat (2002), 347 (113 minutes: 3.07 ****s/min)
5. Summer of Sam (1999), 326 (142 minutes: 2.29 ****s/min)
6. Twin Town (1997), 320 (99 minutes: 3.23 ****s/min)
7. Ken Loach's Sweet Sixteen (2002), 313 (106 minutes: 2.95 ****s/min)
8. Narc (2002), 298 (105 minutes: 2.83 ****s/min)
9. The Big Lebowski (1998), 281 (117 minutes: 2.4 ****s/min)
10. Tigerland (2000), 276 (100 minutes: 2.76 ****s/min)
11. (tie) Fubar (2002), 274 (76 minutes: 3.60 ****s/min) / Made (2001), 274 (94 minutes: 2.91 ****s/min)
12. Pulp Fiction (1994), 271 (154 minutes: 1.76 ****s/min)
13. Reservoir Dogs (1992), 252 (99 minutes: 2.55 ****s/min)
14. Dead Presidents (1995), 247 (119 minutes: 2.08 ****s/min)
15. (tie) Goodfellas (1990), 246 (145 minutes: 1.70 ****s/min) / The Boondock Saints (1999), 246 (110 minutes: 2.24 ****s/min)
16. Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001), 228 (104 minutes: 2.19 ****s/min)
17. True Romance (1993), 225 (120 minutes: 1.88 ****s/min)
18. Empire (2002), 220 (90 minutes: 2.44 ****s/min)
19. Scarface (1983), 218 (170 minutes: 1.28 ****s/min)
20. Suicide Kings (1997), 207 (106 minutes: 1.95 ****s/min)
21. American History X (1998), 205 (119 minutes: 1.72 ****s/min)
22. 8 Mile (2002), 200 (110 minutes: 1.81 ****s/min)
23. Magnolia (1999), 190 (188 minutes: 1.01 ****s/min)
24. Belly (1998), 186 (96 minutes: 1.93 ****s/min)
25. (tie) Donnie Brasco (1997), 165 (127 minutes: 1.29 ****s/min) / Shaft (2000), 165 (99 minutes: 1.66 ****s/min)
26. Paid In Full (2002), 153 (97 minutes: 1.57 ****s/min)
27. Snatch (2000), 153 (102 minutes: 1.5 ****s/min)
28. Bad Santa (2003), 147 (91 minutes: 1.61 ****s/min)
29. South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut (1999), 146 (81 minutes: 1.80 ****s/min)
30. The Commitments (1991), 145 (118 minutes: 1.22 ****s/min)
31. Glengarry Glen Ross (1992), 139 (100 minutes: 1.39 ****s/min)
32. The Blair Witch Project (1999), 133 (86 minutes: 1.54 ****s/min)
33. Midnight Run (1988), 132 (126 minutes: 1.04 ****s/min)
34. Jackie Brown (1997), 131 (154 minutes: 0.85 ****s/min)
35. DDI, 130 (123 minutes: 1.06 ****s/min)
36. Good Will Hunting (1997), 129 (126 minutes: 1.02 ****s/min)
37. (tie) Cabin Fever (2002), 128 (93 minutes: 1.37 ****s/min) / Raging Bull (1980), 128 (129 minutes: .99 ****s/min)
38. Gigli (2003), 123 (121 minutes: 1.01 ****s/min)
39. Phone Booth (movie) (2002), 122 (81 minutes: 1.5 ****s/min)
40. (tie) Chasing Amy (1997), 121 (113 minutes: 1.07 ****s/min) / Training Day (2001), 121 (120 minutes: 1.008 ****s/min)
41. Dogma (1999), 120 (130 minutes: .92 ****s/min)
42. Sexy Beast (2000), 117 (89 minutes: 1.31 ****s/min)
43. Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998), 114 (105 minutes: 1.08 ****s/min)
44. SLC Punk (1998), 110 (95 minutes:1.15 ****s/min)



Source (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_films_ordered_by_uses_of_the_wor d_****)

newenstad
Tuesday, August 9th, 2005, 06:54 PM
My favoutie "swear words" film:

29. South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut (1999), 146 (81 minutes: 1.80 ****s/min

The movie's excessive use of profanity also gained it a spot in the Guiness book of world records for "Most Swearing in an Animated Film".

anonymaus
Tuesday, August 9th, 2005, 06:55 PM
A bunch of my favourite films are on that list. How odd! :D

Fox
Tuesday, August 9th, 2005, 07:00 PM
Reservoir Dogs is definitely my favourite from among those. Michael Madsen is excellent in that film.

Speaking of whom. Hauer said Madsen is quite a popular surname in Denmark. But this man does not look at all like a Dane to me, even though if I remember, he has a nice shade of blue eyes:

http://images.zap2it.com/ltvimages/images/240/michaelmadsen_killbill1pr_240.jpg

anonymaus
Tuesday, August 9th, 2005, 07:02 PM
He's Danish on his Father's side; mother was mixed Irish/Amerindian. No idea about the quantities of mixture.