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Well, after seeing Pirates of the Carribean not a half an hour ago, I'd have to say that is my favorite.


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Wow, no one mentioned Monty Python And The Holy Grail.

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Are you kidding? You're like the first person I've ever heard say that. You officially rock!

For me it's Tommy Boy. I have probably watched it 50 times.

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Wow, no one mentioned Monty Python And The Holy Grail.


I really want to see the musical version, "Spamalot".

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I'm also quite partial to Rain Man
"Ray, am I using you?"
"Yes"
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I actually like the Life of Brian better than the Holy Grail (please don't stone me!)

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I prefer Pulp Fiction. That movie had my friends and I quoting it for days.

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Mr. Sparkle wrote:
I just got the DVD for "The Incredibles" It's awexome.

Yeah. That rocks.

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Some stuff about Monty Python and the Holy Grail

That movie is great. I love it.

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Mr. Sparkle also wrote:
Some stuff about Monty Python and the Holy Grail

That movie is great. I love it.


"Merely a flesh wound!"

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Mr. Sparkle wrote:
'FireBird' wrote:
Mr. Sparkle also wrote:
Some stuff about Monty Python and the Holy Grail

That movie is great. I love it.


"Merely a flesh wound!"


"Bring out yer dead"
"I'm not dead"

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Beyond the Grave wrote:
Mr. Sparkle wrote:
'FireBird' wrote:
Mr. Sparkle also wrote:
Some stuff about Monty Python and the Holy Grail

That movie is great. I love it.


"Merely a flesh wound!"


"Bring out yer dead"
"I'm not dead"


"How much does a pheasant weigh?"
"Do you mean a European or Austrailian pheasant?"
"I don't... (flies off bridge) AHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!"

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This is turning into spam. Let's keep it on-topic, folks.

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Another movie that is great is Robin Hood: Men In Tights.

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Another movie that is great is Robin Hood: Men In Tights.


Extremely yes!

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Let's face it Mel Brooks is a genius.

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Let's face it Mel Brooks is a genius.


BLAZING SADDLES!

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I didn't like Blazing Saddles that much, but I thought The Producers was great.

Spaceballs is still my favorite.

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Space Balls, Blazing Saddles, Tommy Boy, Ghostbusters and Major League round out my top 5, in no particular order.

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My personal favorite is Young Frankenstein. It's pronounced Frankenstein.

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I like the Princess Bride. So cool.


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Kung Pow pwns j00!


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I like the Princess Bride. So cool.

You really should read the book by William Goldman. The dialogue from the movie is almost verbatim to the dialogue in the book. It's super good.

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The Princess Bride, man I have some great memories about it. I went in seeing it thinking it was a dopey kids movie and it just blew me away with it's wit. It was almost too smart for it's own good.

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Well, the other day I picked up Fargo.

It's a pretty darn good movie. Dark humor.

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I watched Spaceballs for the millionth time on Saturday. Every time I watch that movie, I feel like watching it again.
Anyone who hasn't seen this movie, well, they haven't lived.

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Agreed, ikipapa.

"They've gone to Ludicrous Speed!"

Seriously, the only movies funnier than that are Airplane!, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story and Kung Pow: Enter the Fist.

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Agreed, ikipapa.

"They've gone to Ludicrous Speed!"

Seriously, the only movies funnier than that are Airplane!, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story and Kung Pow: Enter the Fist.


Kung Pow: Enter the Fist is the dang BEST!

As I've already said...twice it is now.


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ModestlyHotGirl wrote:
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I like the Princess Bride. So cool.

You really should read the book by William Goldman. The dialogue from the movie is almost verbatim to the dialogue in the book. It's super good.
My favorite character from Princess Bride is the person Andre the Giant played.

another good movie is Remember the Titans

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My favorite character from Princess Bride is the person Andre the Giant played.


You mean Fezzik? Yeah, he's great. His role in the book is much bigger than in the movie. There's a lot of back story goin' on there.

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I just saw Kung-Fu Hustle the other day, and by god if it isn't one of the better movies I've seen in my life. Looney Tunes meets Bruce Lee is the only possible way I can describe it with mere words.


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JohnTheTinyCowboy wrote:
Agreed, ikipapa.

"They've gone to Ludicrous Speed!"
I believe the correct quote is form John Candy's character, "They've gone to plaid!" I've never seen Star Wars or Star Trek and yet I still love Spaceballs. I can't wait for the sequel.

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