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    of jeez, Mystery Science Theatre 300 is the BEST!!!!!

    How the hell did that crazy bit of American cinema get to Norge?
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    Damn!!! Am I the only one that never heard of that movie??? :runaway

    I must see it! :runaway :runaway :runaway

    (I like this icon --> :runaway)
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSmokyGod
    of jeez, Mystery Science Theatre 300 is the BEST!!!!!

    How the hell did that crazy bit of American cinema get to Norge?
    haha, I have no idea, but my boyfriend introduced it to me and I have been showing (forcing) it to all my friends & family. Anyone who doesn't like it can bugger off, I tell ya

    "Okay, let's see here... Shatner, Shatner... no, doesn't look like he's in this one; we're safe"

    "Doesn't the fact that it's universal make it international? "

    And oh! I forgot to mention the Kevin Smith movies.
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    - Jay & Silent Bob Strikes Back
    - The Gladiator
    - The Rock
    - Braveheart
    - Lotr
    - Enemy at the gates

    These are some of my favourite movies. But there are so many of them so its best if i just list a few of them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pørdy Mountain
    haha, I have no idea, but my boyfriend introduced it to me and I have been showing (forcing) it to all my friends & family. Anyone who doesn't like it can bugger off, I tell ya

    "Okay, let's see here... Shatner, Shatner... no, doesn't look like he's in this one; we're safe"

    "Doesn't the fact that it's universal make it international? "

    And oh! I forgot to mention the Kevin Smith movies.
    LOL such good movies
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    My favourite movies

    "A Song to Remember" with Merle Oberon, Cornel Wilde, and Paul Muni

    "The Great Waltz" with Luise Rainer and Ferdinand Gravet

    "Don Juan" (silent, 1924 ?) with John Barrymore [As Gloria Swanson
    said, "We had FACES then."]

    "Lost Horizon" with Ronald Coleman, et al.

    "Cyrano de Bergerac" with Jose Ferrer

    "The Music Teacher" (French) with Jose van Damme, et al.

    "Farinelli" (French) with Stefano Dionisi, Elsa Zylberstein, and Enrico Lo Verso

    "Alexander Nevsky" (Russian) starring Nicolai Cherkassov

    "Rashomon" (Japanese) with Toshiro Mifune

    "The Party" with Peter Sellers and Claudine Longet

    "Greed" (silent, 1923) with Zasu Pitts, Gibson Gowland, and Gene Hersholt [grim and harrowing, but GREAT acting ]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Egil Skallagrimsson
    "Rashomon" (Japanese) with Toshiro Mifune

    "The Party" with Peter Sellers and Claudine Longet
    Nice selection Egil . Rashōmon is a great movie. My favourite from Akira Kurosawa's films are Ran, Kagemusha and the Seven Samurai(this one would be later used as the "base" for the western film Magnificent Seven)

    About Peter Sellers... I lough every time I see the Pink Panther film series. Also very funny and shows a brilliant way to play different characters in Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (directed by Stanley Kubrick). And also a drama he played in his last years called Being There.

    I hope you like my recomendations
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    Det Sjunde Inseglet by Ingmar Bergman. My favourite movie of all times.

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    All About My Mother
    Big Fish
    Carandiru
    12 Monkeys
    Career Girls
    The Crimson Pirate
    Curse of the Golden Flower
    Kika
    'Dr. Strangelove'
    Fight Club
    Sympathy for Lady Vengeance
    Full Metal Jacket
    Kids
    Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
    Memoirs of a Geisha
    Lucky Number Slevin
    Memento
    Old Boy
    Ran
    Sanjuro
    The Seven Samurai
    Smoke
    Snatch
    A Very Long Engagement
    Spartacus
    Stella
    Throne of Blood
    Underground
    V for Vendetta
    The Wall
    Yojimbo
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail

    (that must be all)

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    Das Boot

    Ride With The Devil

    (There are more memorable films ~ but I've forgotten...temporarily, I hope)

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