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    What are your 5 favorite Non-Martial arts movies
    Quality outweighs quantity every time.

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    Default Re: Favorite Non Martial Arts movies

    Here is my list

    5. The Replacements
    4. Top Secret
    3. Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band
    2. The Rocky Horror Picture Show
    1. The Inspector General with Danny Kaye
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    1. Braveheart
    2. Rob Roy
    3. Last of the Mohicans
    4. Office Space
    5. Raiders of the Lost Ark

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    (some of mine are series of movies)

    1. OfficeSpace - i work there
    2. X2
    3. Tomb Raider - both
    4. Harry Potter movies
    5. The Jerk
    "Second chances they don't never matter, people never change
    Once a whore you're nothing more i'm sorry that'll never change
    And about forgiveness, we're both supposed to have exchanged
    I'm sorry honey, but i'm passing up, now look this way...*" --Paramore "Misery Business"


    (*this is where a punch would be landed)

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    1) Serenity
    2) Gladiator
    3) Star Wars Saga
    4) Kill Bill..wait that might count as a martial arts film...lemme try again..

    4) Legally Blonde
    5) Braveheart
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    1. Flight Plan
    2. Million Dollar Baby
    3. Lemony Snickets - A series of Unfortunate Events
    4. Hostage
    5. I,Robot
    6. American Pie Band Camp
    7. Redemtion - The Stan "Tookie" Williams Story
    8. Deuce Bigalow - Both of them (Favorite)--->European Gigolo
    9. Four Brothers
    10. Into the Blue
    11. Forest Gump
    12. Radio
    13. Rain Man

    ** Now Lets take this One step further, List your Favorite Family Movies for Children **

    1. Snow Dogs
    2. Around The World in 80 Days ( Jackie Chan)
    3. Home on the Range
    4. Garfield - The Movie
    5. Cinderella
    6. Lilo & Stitch
    7. The Pacifier
    8. Finding Nemo
    9. Annie
    10. Air Bud -- any of the Series
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    Gimp...did you get those TPS reports finished?

    1-Star Wars: A New Hope
    2-Stark Trek II Wrath of Khan
    3-Sin City
    4-Planet of the Apes (original)
    5-Conan

    ...that list could change tomorrow though...lol
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    (1) Stars Wars: Revenge of the Sith
    (2) A Few Good Men
    (3) Titanic
    (4) Pearl Harbor
    (5) Star Wars (original)

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    Office Space -
    Star Wars - Yes I saw the original in the theater
    Caddyshack
    Stripes
    We Were Soldiers
    Miracle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Broad
    What are your 5 favorite Non-Martial arts movies
    Meet the Parents
    Meet the Fakers
    Big Mama's House
    Underworld
    Robots
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    1.) Star Wars: all of them
    2.) BraveHeart
    3.) North and South
    4.) Eddie and the Cruisers (1&2)
    5.) Dragonheart

    honorable mentions to National Treasure and Sahara
    Just because you do something one way, does not mean that everyone else does it that way, or that it is even the correct way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parkerkarate
    Meet the Parents
    Meet the Fakers
    Big Mama's House
    Underworld
    Robots
    Oh rats, thanks for reminding me!

    Gotta love Meet the Parents, and Meet the Fockers! Those make me cry because I laugh so loud!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seabrook
    Oh rats, thanks for reminding me!

    Gotta love Meet the Parents, and Meet the Fockers! Those make me cry because I laugh so loud!
    no prob great movies
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seig
    4.) Eddie and the Cruisers (1&2)
    Whoa, someone else likes em besides me and my da! I even have the book :x
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miyu
    Whoa, someone else likes em besides me and my da! I even have the book :x
    Didn't know there was a book.
    Just because you do something one way, does not mean that everyone else does it that way, or that it is even the correct way.

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    You liked the sequal? Eddie and the Cruisers was good. Do you still have the soundtrack?
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    I need to get the original soundtrack on CD still..I got the cassettes around somewhere taht I stole from my da. I got the second movie sound track on CD, cuz I really liked the NYC song. I bought "The unreleased tapes" and didn't like em so much. Mostly variations of the other songs.

    It was a book first, written by a college professor. He apparently HATED the movie version and is quite bitter. However, I think the movie made it so much better. He needs to get over himself. Of course the author won't even acknowledge the sequel.
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    no order...

    Arsnic and old Lace
    Exorcist
    Shining
    Seven
    Ju-on
    Pirates of the Carribian
    Eraserhead
    A clockwork Orange
    taxi Driver
    1984

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    I'm singing in the rain "thump!" Just singing in the rain "thump-thump"
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    "Doo be doob.. best get home.. catch a bit'o spatchka"

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