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    Yes, I think many of those in power are attempting to influence thought patterns. I listened to 30 min. This speaker is way too slow.

    Does he finally get to saying that movies are also being used to influence thought patterns?
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    My top "x" movies... I only chose one per category.

    Gaining power: Count of Monte Cristo
    Leadership & Greek life: Alexander
    Joy of life: Life of Pi
    Relationships: Godfather 1 & 2
    Coming of age: Good Will Hunting
    The man you would trade places with: James Bond series
    Action: Parker
    Ridiculous action: Faster
    Police: End of Watch
    War: Band of Brothers
    End of the World: The Lost Future
    Sports: Warrior
    Wit: Marx Brothers
    Slapstick: Three Stooges
    Senseless: Abbott & Costello
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    Quote Originally Posted by KotikBegemotik View Post
    I respect you greatly for watching and loving "The Pianist". That was one of those movies that I knew I should see, tried to watch, and could just not bear to see more than half of it. Just too powerful.

    My list:

    The Princess Bride
    Young Frankenstein
    A Fish Called Wanda
    Did you make a yummy sound?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarfreeLife View Post
    nothing has touched me so deeply as The Pianist. But it's not that kind of movie one wants to watch "for pleasure"
    Yes, The Pianist is one of the most moving films ever. It would be very hard to watch again. Another film in that category is The Deer Hunter. I saw it once and was so overpowered by it that I can't bear the thought of seeing it a second time.

    My favorite movies, in the sense of wanting to see them again and again are:

    Casablanca
    My Cousin Vinny
    Shane
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiltondeportes View Post
    Did you make a yummy sound?
    To which part should I have made "yummy" sounds?

    Also, there is nothing wrong with the comedy of Young Frankenstein. Nothing at all.

    Now Rocky Horror Picture Show is a different kettle of fish....
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    How did I forget my cousin vinny?

    Mr gambini, are you mocking me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol blackcat View Post
    How did I forget my cousin vinny?

    Mr gambini, are you mocking me?
    Do you have some kind of nuclear grill? Do the laws of physics cease to exist on your grill?

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    The Green Mile
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    Quote Originally Posted by wiltondeportes View Post
    Do you have some kind of nuclear grill? Do the laws of physics cease to exist on your grill?
    Lol.

    Is that the fella who received orders to kill, from a dawgg?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiltondeportes View Post
    Do you have some kind of nuclear grill? Do the laws of physics cease to exist on your grill?
    lmao

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