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The Greatest Movie of all time ?

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7/5/2011 11:23:23 AM
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At 7/5/2011 11:22:36 AM, interrogator wrote:
Quarter Exchange. Star Wars 4. I think you should try again. =)
It was good. But there is better.

It's a tie between IV and VI
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7/5/2011 11:32:02 AM
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Of all of the Star Wars movies combined. I would have to say that
"The Revenge Of The Sith", was the absolute best version of them all
hands down. It was the most cinematic and dramatic all at the same time.
I give it 5 stars. What do you think.
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7/5/2011 11:37:19 AM
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7/5/2011 11:44:49 AM
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Gone with the Wind 1939
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7/5/2011 11:47:49 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 7/5/2011 11:32:02 AM, interrogator wrote:
Of all of the Star Wars movies combined. I would have to say that
"The Revenge Of The Sith", was the absolute best version of them all
hands down. It was the most cinematic and dramatic all at the same time.
I give it 5 stars. What do you think.

Luke Skywalker facing his father in a fight to the death was the most dramatic sub-plot, also VI had the land battle at Endor as well as the space battle to destroy the second death star.
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7/5/2011 11:49:11 AM
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At 7/5/2011 11:48:38 AM, interrogator wrote:
How about the 10 Commandments. That one was a great film indeed.

Which version? 1923 or 1956?
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7/5/2011 11:50:50 AM
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Quarter. I agree. This one was special and is my favorite Star Wars piece.
Historians may not agree as they do not give much creedence to modern day
makeover films. Lucas is just as great now as he was then.
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7/5/2011 11:53:20 AM
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Man Is Good. Come on man. You know which one I am speaking of.
The 1956 version as that is the ones most celebrated. It airs every single
year just around Easter on ABC. They still have the exclusive airing rights
to this movie. The Wizard Of OZ, use to belong to CBS. But they let her
go. I wonder why they sold out to TNT and other cable outlets.
It all comes down to money. =)
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7/5/2011 11:57:58 AM
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At 7/5/2011 11:53:20 AM, interrogator wrote:
Man Is Good. Come on man. You know which one I am speaking of.
The 1923 version as that is the ones most celebrated. It airs every single
year just around Easter on ABC. They still have the exclusive airing rights
to this movie. The Wizard Of OZ, use to belong to CBS. But they let her
go. I wonder why they sold out to TNT and other cable outlets.
It all comes down to money.

Interrogator, I didn't know that you liked the silent version of "The Ten Commandments"...and that it airs "every single year just around Easter on ABC".
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7/5/2011 12:18:45 PM
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I would also like to suggest "North by Northwest" as well.
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7/5/2011 12:20:59 PM
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Man Is Good. Whatever.
By the way. What is this ? Change my avatar over and over again day.
You seemed confused. Why am I not surprised. LOL
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7/5/2011 12:27:40 PM
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At 7/5/2011 12:20:59 PM, interrogator wrote:
Man Is Good. Whatever.
Such an uncaring guy, I must say.
By the way. What is this ? Change my avatar over and over again day.
Oh my, harassment...Look, I felt that I needed to change my avatar, but I was looking for a picture that could fit the appropriate frame.
You seemed confused. Why am I not surprised. LOL
No, you seem a bit too happy in criticizing others. Why I am not surprised?--(laughs out loud)
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7/5/2011 1:03:05 PM
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At 7/5/2011 1:01:01 PM, interrogator wrote:
Any more movie greats. How about A Christmas Carol.

I make sure to watch that every christmas. The scene where Ralphie's mom calls up the mother of one of his friends and starts beating him on the other end always cracks me up.
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7/5/2011 1:11:35 PM
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Quarter Exchange. There was that one which was made back in the 1950's.
It was in black and white. I thought it was quite provocative and intriguing to
say the least. However, as good as that one was, the TNT version with
Patrick Stewart trumped that one bigtime.
That movie was epic. But because of Stewarts lack of intimidational fortitude,
he was not George Scott. That guy is the real EB Scrooge.
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7/5/2011 1:15:56 PM
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At 7/5/2011 11:17:39 AM, quarterexchange wrote:
Star Wars IV

Of all the star wars movies you choose the worst?

I'll go with Lord of the Rings.
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7/5/2011 1:25:02 PM
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Tie between the original Psycho and Pulp Fiction.
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