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Serio Advanced Member

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#1 5 years ago

There are a number of classic movies that I have never seen. I want to create a list of them, and tick them off(perhaps with a small review) after I've seen them. So, let's see...

Back to the Future - Never seen these. Ever. Need to.

Ip Man - Asian fighting fiction or something?

A Clockwork Orange - I have no idea what this is, but it sounds healthy.

Any other suggestions?




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#2 5 years ago

Ip man is 2000's.  -_-

Anyway here's Culture:

Any bollywood film.

Turkish Star wars

Fiddler on the roof.


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#3 5 years ago

Steins;Gate - anime series. for those that've seen it, it's an instant classic. the rest of the world just lives in their blissfull ignorance. one way or another, you won't regret watching it. just don't let it fool you at the beginning.




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#4 5 years ago

Either you people are toddlers or ya'll sure of having the life expectancy of a dog by the way you consider some stuff as a  "Classic".


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#5 5 years ago

Most of us are in our 20s, Rumpuss. We're not all members of the union for Geriatric Grumps ;)

"unic0rn"Steins;Gate - anime series. for those that've seen it, it's an instant classic. the rest of the world just lives in their blissfull ignorance. one way or another, you won't regret watching it. just don't let it fool you at the beginning.

That's actually on my rather short list of "Anime I want to watch", already. Heard good stuff about it.




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#6 5 years ago
"Lord Rumpuss V"Either you people are toddlers or ya'll sure of having the life expectancy of a dog by the way you consider some stuff as a  "Classic".

there are many movies that are decades old and are still worth watching - because they're considered classics.

but a classic can also be recognized not too long after its release. some things are instant classics, wether you like it or not. i know that some folks just hate everything that's new and automatically assume it'll never be as good as "good ol' classics". for me, that's bullshit.

also, there's a fair chance i'm older than you.




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#7 5 years ago

Cloud Atlas, The Great Dictator and The Big Lebowski, to name a few.


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#8 5 years ago

Have you seen Fight Club?


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#9 5 years ago

"Barbas"Cloud Atlas, The Great Dictator and The Big Lebowski, to name a few. [/quote] Can I get those outside of polaroid series? :p

[quote="Mikey"]Have you seen Fight Club?

Nope.




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#10 5 years ago
"Serio"Most of us are in our 20s, Rumpuss. We're not all members of the union for Geriatric Grumps ;)

Damn kids these days....


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