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 Post subject: YOUR TOP 10 fav songs and movies
PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2005 2:57 pm 
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What are your top 10 favourite sings and movies (that you think deserve the title of classics). You think you guyts are weird? Just check out the varied taste below!

SONGS

Stairway to Heaven - Zeplin

Dancing in the Dark - Springsteen

I want to know what love is - by Foreigner (Classic song. Love it).

YOU shook me all night long - ACDC

Unforgiven (Metallica)

That other really popular Metaliics song but I cannot remeber its name.

Feel like Making Love - Bad Company (classic!!!!)

Angel (or is it "Angie") by the Rolling Stones

Africa by Toto

Eye of the Tiger (Rockey song)

Break my Stride - Matthew Wilder

Don't you want me baby - Human League

Fly Me to the Moon - Frank Sinatra

When Doves Cry - Prince

Cryptonite - Three Doors Down

Sweet Home Alabamaa - by ???

That popular song by Stain (or it is Stained) - cannot remember the title but some of the lines are "It's been awhile since i ...."

okay that was more than 10.

Hard to choose just 10 (or 11). I also LOVE some Lenny Kravitz songs, Depeche Mode, Snow, New Order, Creed, Pearl Jam, Gypsy Kings, Michael jackson, prince, Madonna, Duran Duran, Springsteen, Diana Krawl, The Cult, and even The Platters!!!

KINDS of music: classic rock, alternative, some metal, jazz, pop, etc. basically everything but country and rap.

MOVIES (haven't seen too many in my life but these are my favs):

1) The Sound of Music (please refrain from all laughter)

2) Natural Born Killers

3) Mary Poppins (ya, I'm weird).

4) 21 grams

5) Goodfellas

6) All the Godfathers

7) All the Rockies

8) Raging Bull

9) I am Sam.

10) Rain Man

11) Heat (went over again)

12) Scarface (hard to stick to just 10 - I love pretty much all of Pacino's movies!)

13) Pulp fiction


FAVOURITE MALE ACTORS:

1) Sean Penn

2) Al Pacino

3) Robert Dinero

4) Tim Robbins

5) Christpher Walken

6) Harrison Ford

7) Mel Gibson

8) Ray Liotta ( amazing actor)

9) Johnny Depp (smokin)

10) Edward Norton

BEST COMEDIC ACTOR

Chris Tucker, hands down!


TOP FEMALE ACTORS

1. JULIETE LEWIS (probably one of the most talented actresses, but not given enough credit or recognition. Her portryal of "Malorie Knox" was flawless in Natural Born Killers - no other actress could have pulled it off like she did. Oscar award worthy performance). I know this movie by heart now!!

O ya, I would also have to add to my fav songs (thereby way exceeding the limit which I set) Sinead O'Conner's "Troy" - if you haven't heard it, you should. And "I'm on Fire" by Springsteen.

I guess my age is showing!!

SO, TALK ABOUT A WEIRD VARIETY OF TASTE!!


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 8:22 am 
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SONGS

I can't think of my all time fave songs so i'll post my fave songs of the moment and the few classics I can remember....

Funky Cold Medina and Wild Thing - Tone Loc

Take my breath away - ??

Hollaback girl - Gwen Stefani

Ass like that - Eminem

Don't Phunk with my Heart - Black Eyed Peas

Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Green Day

Welcome to my life- Simple Plan

Lonely No More - Rob Thomas




KINDS of music:

Pop, Rap, Rock, Country, 80's and early 90's stuff

MOVIES

1) The Notebook

2) 16 Candles

3) The Breakfast Club

4) Can't buy me love

5) Fast Times at Ridgemont High

6) Career Oppurtunites

7) Heathers

8) Teen Witch

9) Back to the Future

10) I can't think of more at the moment



FAVOURITE MALE ACTORS:

1) Tom Cruise

2) Jimmy Fallon

3) Will Ferrell





TOP FEMALE ACTORS

1. Reese Witherspoon, Cameron Diaz, ?????


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 11:19 am 
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Ya, I'd definitely have to ad Eminem (especially "Lose Yourself")
and Rob Thomas "Lonley NO More" and Black Eyed peas (Don't phunk with my heart).

My list was based more on what I thought were "Classic" songs.

Ya, 80s in my opinion was the best decade for music. 8)


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 3:14 pm 
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The 80s was the best decade for music in my opinion also. I love launch.coms 80's radio station. I listen to it for hours and hours :)


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 Post subject: songs compassionate girl named
PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 5:16 pm 
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Well Angie is the one by the rolling stones and Sweet Home Alabama is by Lynard Skynard.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 11:44 pm 
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I have 681 80's songs on my iPod, does that make me weird? :D

My 2 favorites movies are Braveheart and Apollo 13.


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 Post subject: Re: songs compassionate girl named
PostPosted: Thu Jun 30, 2005 1:08 am 
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CollegeB wrote:
Well Angie is the one by the rolling stones and Sweet Home Alabama is by Lynard Skynard.


Oops...thought it was "Angel" :roll: :oops: Oh well who cares it is still a good song and I am not really a fan of rollong stones, only that one song.

:wink: :D


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2005 12:06 am 
Oh ya Tone loc !


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2005 8:02 am 
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SONGS

Green Day - Hitchin a Ride

Tsunami Bomb - Lemonade

Guttermouth - Lipstick

Fall Out Boy - Dance Dance

Billy Talent - Voices of Violence

Cigar - Laundry Basket

Goldfinger - Stalker

Lagwagon - Alien8

Mighty Mighty Bosstones - 1-2-8

Propaghandi - Ska Sucks


MOVIES

Ace Ventura(both movies)

Anchorman: The legend of Ron Burgundy

Kevin & Perry go large

Old school

South park the movie

Team America

A night at the Roxbury

Ali G in da House

Napoleon Dynamite

Braindead



FAVOURITE MALE ACTORS:

Jim Carrey

Will Ferrell

Eugene Levy

Chris Kattan


TOP FEMALE ACTORS

Rachel Dratch

Julliete Lewis


This is my list. It is not in order. I saw most of the bands in my top ten live, and going to see Fall Out Boy live at the Lowlands festival in the Netherlands(www.lowlands.nl). I am also going to see Julliete Lewis in Julliete and the Licks at the Lowlands Festival:)


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2005 1:12 pm 
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I LOVE Julliette Lewis too. I would logve to see her ad her band just to meet her.

I think she is one of the best actresses ever in Hollywood but dont really know if she can sing all that well.

Did you see Natural Born Killers? That was a masterpiece acting job on her part!!!!!


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2005 1:34 pm 
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compassionategirl wrote:
I LOVE Julliette Lewis too. I would logve to see her ad her band just to meet her.


You know what, she/they were with the Warped Tour here in Houston last year, and I didn't even realize it was that Juliette Lewis until we'd left. :) Didn't even watch them although we weren't watching anyone else at the time they were on.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2005 1:41 pm 
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Did you see the movie Dan?

What an underrated actress she is. She should have won an oscar for her brilliant portryal of serial killer Malorie Knoxx in Natural Born Killers. That was an Oliver Stone movie. I love Oliver Stone movies.

The whole cast was brilliant - even Woody Harelson who played her boyfriend pyshco killer Mickie Knoxx. I never knew that he could act until I saw him in that movie. What a great performance.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2005 4:05 pm 
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I have seen natural born killers a while ago. It was a good movie, although I do not have an eye for what is a good actor or acress. And about her band, I have not heard verry good things about it. But I have not heard any of their songs, so I will wait until I do.
She was also in Old School, but in that movie Will Ferrell stands out the most:) You probably have seen Old School, but if you have not I recommend you go watch it right away!!!


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2005 4:26 pm 
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compassionategirl wrote:
Did you see the movie Dan?


Yeah, I've seen it a couple of times. I had to watch it a second time to be sure that I disliked it as much as I thought I had. I usually love Oliver Stone, but that one was too much. His next one was even worse, haven't seen Hannibal yet.

See if you can find Tarentino's original screenplay for NBK, it's much better (IMO) than the film.

Juliette is a great young actress, though. My favorite with her was her debut, Scorsese's Cape Fear.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2005 8:24 pm 
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Well, when I say I lobve the movie Natural Born Killers, obviously I dont mean I love mass murder.

But that movie was brilliantly written, directed and above all, the performances rendered by Julliete Lewis and Woody Harrleson as Mickey and Malorie Knoxx were outstanding. These two were PERFEC for the roles, and no actress in Hollywood could have portrayed Malorie Knoxx as briliantly and convincingly as Julliette Lewis. I have to admit I like the "alternative ending" to the movie that is featured on the DVD - directors cut version.

I am curious to know what you didnt like about the movie and if you agree that Julietee's performance in it was UNBELIEVABLY brilliant?

Ya she was awesome in Scorsese's Cape Fear.

I havent heard her sing either except that time in the movie when she was alone in her cell after they got caught and she was singing "I guess I was born, naturally born, born bad." Apparently that was really her singing and she wrote that song herself for the movie. I thought she had a pretty good voice, but I dont think her band is the greatest.

also, where can I get Tarantino's screenplay of it? I was looking for it last year but couldnt find it anywhere :?


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