2/22/03 Eric (email@example.com) submitted the following:
was wondering if you could tell me something. at the very beginning of the movie,
"Platoon," what is the song called as they were carrying the bodies? if you could
tell me, it would be greatly appreciated.
movie and soundtrack. I believe I might be wrong, but I think the beginning of
the film uses Barber's Adagio for Strings. (AC 3/27/03)
2/22/03 Patrick Metzger (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
Master Directors, Mr. Coppola and Mr. Tarantino specifically...WHAT IN THE HELL
ARE YOU GUYS DOING WITH YOUR TIME. ARE YOU GUYS PULLING A KUBRICK AND PUTTING
OUT A FILM ONCE EVERY 8 YEARS OR WHAT??? I just don't get it. The best directors
still inhabiting the planet are Scorcese (still doing semi-frequent good work),
Speilberg (depending on your taste, still doing good work, Minority Report was
very very good), Altman, Allen, Coppola (genius pissing away time and talent),
and Tarentino (see Coppola). Please, come to your senses before it's too late.
is no way you can call Tarantino a "master" director. This guy is a
complete dip-shit....he has a movie coming out and that looks horrendous (Uma
Thurman as a ninja). I do agree with you on Coppola however. (AC 3/27/03)
2/22/03 J Fowler (n/a) submitted the following:
Great Escape The Godfather I Breakfast At Tiffany`s
2/22/03 Kumru jr (email@example.com) submitted the following:
is just da best eva!!!! Story of a man whos on top and the last in line. Tony
Montana that's my man! Danger!! The movie makes mental probleme !!!!
2/21/03 (n/a) submitted the following:
want Jimmy Morrison!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2/19/03 swtromeage7 (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
movie lists arent bad, of course on a list of 100 there is going to be a few i
disagree with but still i like the lists as a whole. the one question i have is
this: where is/whats wrong with American History X? I would have it in my top
50 for sure, if not higher
Norton gave an awesome performance in this movie, but for some reason the story
didn't come together for me. (AC 3/27/03)
2/18/03 Stefanie (email@example.com) submitted the following:
to see Amadeus on your list. An awesome movie that totally blew me away the first
time I saw it. Same with Cat On a Hot Tin Roof (gotta love Paul Newman). You have
some great movies on your list! Keep it up!
Stefanie...congrats on always being amongst the leaders on the triva
page. (AC 3/27/03)
2/17/03 (n/a) submitted the following:
ladder, clockwork orange, the shining, dave, the royal tennebaums, liquid sky,
2/17/03 Ant (AntonyGordon16@hotmail.com) submitted the following:
first saw Jacobs Ladder two days ago, i can honestly say i have never seens omething
so impacting. Strangely enough, having scanned many various reviews of the film,
not one seems to mention anything at all about the drug 'BZ' used by the U.S military
upon the grunts, also how through the entire film that the flashbacks of NAM are
actually the true reality of what's going on whilst his life in Brooklyn is actually
just the intense 'trip' that the drug has spun him into.
Ladder has generated more discussion on these pages than any other film. I don't
believe it is an intense "trip", but more of how his mind is coming
to terms with death and the chaos and fear that accompanies his last minutes alive.
2/16/03 Joel Morgan (JCMorgan99@hotmail.com) submitted the following:
Usual Suspects,2)Terminator 2, 3)Braveheart, 4)Die Hard, 5)Aliens, 6)Scarface,
7)LA Confidential, 8)Jerry Maguire, 9)The Silence of the Lambs, 10)One Flew Over
the Cucoos Nest, 11)The Godfather, 12)The Godfather Part 2, 13)The Count of Monte
Cristo, 14)The Shinning, 15)The Matrix
2/11/03 Brian (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
I looked all over the web for a picture of R.P. McMurphy dead (I had a specific
purpose, I'm not sick or anything), and I finally found it.
2/11/03 Roxane (email@example.com) submitted the following:
of the Rings:The Two Towers" rules over all the usual CRAP that Hollywood has
produced this year. "Chicago" and "Gangs of NY" and "Hours" are CRAP!!!!!!!!!
LOTR is a masterpiece in a class by itself!!!!
of the Rings is a masterpiece and was basically shunned at the major movie award
shows. I do have to disagree with you on The Hours, which I thought was very good.
2/9/03 chris (no) submitted the following:
but wait... you put lord of the rings in.... i get it, you are fagot nerds...
that's cool though. saving private ryan number 10 ??? dude, ok so it was a mainstream
movie doesn't mean you can't put in higher on the list... no one cares if you're
more into the crappy cheap faggy kind of movies... you pikced lord of the rings
didn't you ??? so put the god damn movies where they should be you pussy. THE
STRAIGHT STORY ?!?!?!?! MY LEFT FOOT !?!?! fine fine... they have a gooood message,
boo hooo they sucked balls and you two know it... oh yah and i forgot... GOOD
WILL HUNTING FAGOT !!!
got be to joking...this is pretty funny shit. If you arn't joking, read the next
reponse below. (AC 3/26/03)
2/9/03 chris (no) submitted the following:
fucking straight story ?!?!?!?! and my left foot ?!?!?!?! can we say Good Will
Hunting ?!?! who are you fagots ?
asking me "can we say Good Will Hunting"? No we cant....the movie sucked!
Get lost you god-damn imbecile. (AC 3/26/03)
2/8/03 Chris (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
godfather 2.Apocalypse now 3.Scarface 4.Raging bull 5.One flew over the cuckoos
nest 6.Taxi Driver 7.Full metal jacket 8.Platoon 9.Scent of a woman 10.Mean streets
2/7/03 Jonathan L. (email@example.com) submitted the following:
loved your site. Finally I can make my personal opinions known. By making a site
like this one, you may very well be letting others know about great films that
they would otherwise know nothing about.
you very much Jonathan. (3/26/03)
2/7/03 brittany (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
am a student who is currently working on a project about jfk's assassination do
u have any site recomendation?
the following sites...http://ourworld-top.cs.com/mikegriffith1/id35.htm,
http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/home.htm. (AC 3/26/03)
2/7/03 Neşe (email@example.com) submitted the following:
23. and an English teacher in Turkey. This is the first year of my teaching english.
at the seventeenth of this month the second term of the scools willhave started
andt ath the first week of the next term My students and I are analyse the book
elephant man . They are assigned to read the book at the holiday. You web site
is very interesting and useful for my lessons. But I could't reach Merrick's letter.
İt can be very useful. Can you deal with this problem and solve it. because
before starting to examine the book I will make my students visit this web site
and read the letter, listen to the sounds and see the photographs .Positively
or negatively please inform me very urgently. thank you for your interest.
link has been updated and now works. Sorry it took so long.
Good luck. (AC 3/26/03)
2/6/03 kyle watkins (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
up!!! I was genericly playing with my computer and discovered we have the same
name. Do you like your name????? I hate it - and I will eventually change it.
I'm into music(writer,producer etc.) everything about it. I think what you have
going is pretty good - maybe you can give me some insight to get my music hooked
up like you have your movies. man, take it easy and desk me back. PEACE!!!!!!!!
he like his name? You must have even more time to waste than I do. (AC 3/26/03)
2/6/03 The Infaomous D (Darylc70@hotmail.com) submitted the following:
there.. i cannot find it anywhere, i was wondering if you could email a list of
songs that are on the soundtrack to Natural Born Killers
to soundtrack info. (AC 3/26/03)
2/2/03 Joyce Wong (email@example.com) submitted the following:
think The Elephant Man is very pitiful.
movie or the man? Both? (AC 3/26/03)
2/1/03 Jonathan L. (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
noticed that on Mark Caldwell's list of 100, the film "American Beauty"'s director
is not listed. In case this is not known, the director of that film was Sam Mendes.
2/1/03 Don Corleone (email@example.com) submitted the following:
going to make him an offer he can't refuse"
1/30/03 Molly (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
are some movies that if you see will change your perseption on...well...everything.
starting with the most influeincing.. Fight club, Donnie darko, snatch, matrix,
pulp fiction,fight club, big lebowski,meet joe black, the talented mr.rippley
(ooooh, freaky)ALL MONTY PYTHON MOVIES,october sky, 3 muskateers, almost famous,hahahadeath
to smoochy, the rocky horror picture show,interveiw with a vampire, newport south,home
alone (not 3 or 4), all the lethal weapons, die hard,slc punk, JAMES BOND< U FORGOT
SHAWN CONNERY!!!!!!!!!, oceans eleven, mallrats, jay and silent bob (all exceptchasing
amy), mission impossible, young frankenstein, Willy wonkas chocolate factory,
happy gilmore,the new kid, almost heroes, 5th element, the goonies, bubble boy,
13th warior, gone in sixty seconds, without a clue, the replacements, nightmare
before christmas, clue, toys , ace ventura:pet detective, mask, hook, boris and
natasha, waybes world, x men, 3000 miles to graceland, i could go on forever...
but fight club....its like one big quote. and public eye, to the list, not a quote
1/29/03 Melody Szadkowski (email@example.com) submitted the following:
1) Silence of the Lambs 2) Hannibal 3) Remains of the Day 4) Shadowlands 5) 83
Charing Cross Road 6) Titus 7) Bad Company 8) Red Dragon 9) Mask of Zorro 10)
Elephant Man 11) Howard's End 12) Surviving Picasso 13) The Edge 14) Armistad
15) Meet Joe Black 16) Instinct 17) Hearts in Atlantis 18) Lost Children of Berlin
19) Chaplain 20) Freejack
1/29/03 Puiu (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
romaneste la One Flew over the Cuckoo`s Nest -1CD Thanks!
1/24/03 Vinny Torres (Victory420@aol.com) submitted the following:
was Wonderin if Mark Carmelitano Is Actually Donald Carmelitano. Please E-mail
with the answer. I've Been looking for my friend for years now and I saw that
name mark which he used to go by so please just let me know
1/24/03 bruce (email@example.com) submitted the following:
mark, ran across ya'll's movie lists when i was looking for music info on "Carlito's
Way" .if you have time pls. could you e me with the name and artist of the disco
song that is in the beginning of the film with the words "To be REALLLLLLL" thanks
and enjoyed your list..Dr. Strangelove and Cat Ballou ,too...
1/23/03 Alex Adams (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
SLC Punk 2.) xXx 3.)Blade2
1/22/03 wheres jimmy (email@example.com) submitted the following:
want jimmy morrison !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
1/22/03 al wedemeyer (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
wondering if you're the same David Holland that was my classmate at Campo Alegre
School in Caracas, Venezuela in the mid-1960s? Also, I noticed that your list
does not have as many recent (last 10 years) movies as other Top 100 lists that
I have seen - which I find refreshing. Al Wedemeyer
Al...but I seriously doubt that guy is going to read through these boring and
endless pages. (AC 3/26/03)
1/17/03 Piotr (email@example.com) submitted the following:
good as the movie may be, the main reason christians fanatics, and even humble
symphasizers (such as the helpless agnostic that i am) came out to protest the
movie was because of the frustration with the common anti christian spirit in
hollywood, and the heavy unfantastic fear of loosing what they are
Hollywood isnt anti-christian, they are in the business to create art
and entertainment. That is it! (AC 3/26/03)
1/17/03 davis (scarface3279) submitted the following:
list. i agree with you arron.. think it is a badass list. the only problem is
where is fight club and the usual suspects. big fan of your site. changed my opion
about a whole alot of movies. watched movies i didn't even know about. the cool
thing is the video store i go to, has most if not all of your movies on the list.like
i said badass list.
you very much. Take care. (AC 3/26/03)
1/17/03 Sue (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
starred in "Bridge Over THe River Quai?
here for info on the movie. (AC 3/26/03)
1/14/03 victoriaarthur (n/a) submitted the following:
placing spaces between your words when doing a search...just joking. Here is a
link to the film.
1/12/03 Johnny DuBiel (email@example.com) submitted the following:
2.Rashomon 3.Raging Bull 4.L'Avventura 5.Do the Right Thing 6.8 1/2 7.2001:A Space
Odyssey 8.Passion of Joan of Arc 9.Blue Velvet 10.Last Tango in Paris 11.Bicycle
Thief 12.Andrei Rublev 13.East of Eden 14.Dr. Strangelove 15.Thin Red Line 16.Wings
of Desire 17.Battleship Potemkin 18.Dog Star Man 19.Pickup on South Street 20.Pather
is a review of L'Avventura
by film critic Roger Ebert. (AC 3/26/03)
1/9/03 emilio estevez fan (n/a) submitted the following:
can't believe i forgot about godfather!!
1/9/02 emilio estevez fan (n/a) submitted the following:
guns, the breakfast club, shawshank redemption, dances with wolves, untouchables
1/6/03 patrick metzger (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
Sopranos on your TOP 100 MOVIE list?????? As great as The Sopranos are, IT'S A
BLODDY TV SHOW. What's next, Saturday morning cartoons cracking your top 100 list?
Can I amend my top 100 Movie list and add ALL IN THE FAMILY, I just love that
1/6/03 Casey Bennett (email@example.com) submitted the following:
Three Colours Trilogy (Blue, White & Red) 2) Raging Bull 3) The Double Life of
Veronique 4) Taxi Driver 5) Citizen Kane 6) Grave of the Fireflies 7) Dr. Strangelove
8) Wings of Desire 9) Seconds 10) Breathless
is a review of Grave
of the Fireflies by film critic Roger Ebert. (AC 3/26/03)
12/31/02 bitch (@mobile) submitted the following:
cocker spaniel swine pig my x husbands related to swoozie kurtz and your national
guard behavior has hollywood respecting nothing.
Kurtz? Who the fuck is that? (AC 3/26/03)
1/8/03 Roger "Massive Tool" Ebert (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
10 best: #1 Glitter #2 Crossroads #3 Extreme Ops #4 Balistic: Ecks vs. Sever #5
Deep Throat #6 Bones (wid Snoop) #7 Caucasian Love #8 Land Before Time 7 #9 The
Jesus Video (It came in da mail) #10 The Mummy Returns
12/30/02 Peter (email@example.com) submitted the following:
Weekend at Bernies 2- Weekend at Bernies 3- Weekend at Bernies 4- Weekend at Bernies
5- Weekend at Bernies 6- Weekend at Bernies
12/30/02 Andre Leenders (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
particular reason Terry Gilliam is featured twice in the director's listing?
12/22/02 Joe, Heather (n/a) submitted the following:
of the Sun, Lawrence of Arabia, The Shawshank Redemption
12/21/02 Whitney D (email@example.com) submitted the following:
i am emily's sister. I think that Tommy Boy is the best movie EVER!!! #1 on my
Whitney...hope you had a great christmas. I agree, Tommy Boy is a great comedy.
12/20/02 Lori Finklea (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
websight. I LOVE the photos. How did you put together those lists? I can't even
decide on my top ten films, let alon my top one hundred. You have good tast, and
a lot of time to put into your hobbies. More trivia!
Lori...thanks for the kind words. The process I used in creating my
top 100 was mostly free association and the order in which I placed the movies
was based on three criteria: the movie a)had the power to influence the way I
view life, 2)was original, and 3)was entertaining. (AC 1/4/03)
12/15/02 warren bell (email@example.com) submitted the following:
proofread your text -- it's full of spelling mistakes that distract from reading,
i.e. "Selier"i for the actual Salieri!! or "composure" in place of the word composer!
me...how dare I mispell Salieri? (AC 1/4/03)
12/14/02 Gary (GarySegatti) submitted the following:
can I get the soundtrack to Shawshank Redemption. I am interested in the opera
is this crazy invention now called the Internet....try starting your search at
Amazon.com. All kidding aside, the song your looking for is Marriage of Figaro:
Duetto-Sul Aria - Deutsche Opera Berlin (AC 1/4/03)
12/11/02 Greg Buchner (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
Koontz's list of the top 100 movies is the best list I have ever seen. It's about
time someone came out with a list movies that are actually really good. Watch
12/12/02 Tiffany Roberts (email@example.com) submitted the following:
is Beautiful, Saving Private Ryan, Everybody Says I love You, What Woman Want,
Brave Heart, The Talented Mr. Riply, Great Expextations, Pearl Harbor, Incognito,
Shindlers List, Jakob The Lier, Fast and The Furious, Sweet and Low Down, The
Divine Secrets to the Ya Ya Sisterhood, Seven Years in Tibet, She's All That,
Karina Karina, Roots
12/11/02 tony marano (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
at the roxbury super troopers feild of dreams goldmember(austin powers) jay and
12/10/02 Jean-François Lavoie (email@example.com) submitted the following:
BACK TO THE FUTURE - THE BEST
12/09/02 Gina (n/a) submitted the following:
like you enjoy mob movies! :-) So do I. I love the Godfather! Marlon Brando, Al
Pacino, and Robert DeNiro are al favorite actors of mine.
12/09/02 Gina (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
favorite movies: The Godfather Meet the Parents Shrek Analyze That The Blues Brothers
A Bronx Tale Wayne's World My Blue Heaven The Shining Ferris Bueller's Day Off
A League of Their Own Road to Perdition Sweet Home Alabama Goldmember (Austin
Powers) Joe Dirt Tremors The Grinch Spiderman
12/09/02 chris rische (email@example.com) submitted the following:
godfather #1 2 fast and the furious 3 the shawshank redemption
12/08/02 chas hutchinson (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
come you guys don't rate many foreign films? i can't understand it ! please enlighten
me. cheers from down-under chas
mate...we are lazy Americans who suffer from a piss-poor selection of foreign
films at our local Blockbuster. Take care. (AC 1/4/03)
12/08/02 chas hutchinson (email@example.com) submitted the following:
regle du jeu 2.the colour of pomegranates 3.mirror 4.l'atalante 5.nights of cabiria
6.tokyo story 7.diary of a country priest 8.ordet 9.ikiru 10.dr.strangelove 11.in
praise of love 12.la grande ilusion 13.shadows of our forgotten ancestors 14.stalker
for the contribution. (AC 1/4/03)
12/08/02 Losey (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
can't cope with the fact that I read our entire Top 100 list, comprehensively
no less, only to find that there were only 99 better movies you could come up
with than "Gone Fishing"! Shame on you, you almost had me going
ha...Mark recently put that piece of shit film at the end of his list as a joke
and to see if people were actually reading his list. (1/4/03)
12/07/02 compi716 (email@example.com) submitted the following:
4 All Time Best Movies Are: 1. Schindlers List 2. The Godfather 3. The Godfather
Part II 4. Saving Private Ryan
12/04/02 Jorge Calderon (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
friend: I need know the name of the las piano theme in the movie Being There,
whit Peter Sellers Tnx very much
might be "Sprach Zarathrustra" Arranged and Performed by Eumir Deodato.
12/04/02 greg kinzel (n/a) submitted the following:
of a woman is a classic. there isnt anything in all creation that tops the female
12/04/02 Mojaveguy (email@example.com) submitted the following:
The Grapes of Wrath (1940). You neglected to include the best part of Grandpa's
dialogue. Before he says "I ain't goin to California," he states: "Gal darn't,
I don't give a hoot and a holler if there's oranges and grapes a crowd'n a fellow
out of bed I ain't goin to California."
quote Mojaveguy...here is another exchange:
I ain't goin' to California. This is my country and I belong here. (He scoops
up and clutches a handful of dirt) This is my dirt. It's no good, but it's mine,
Tom: Either we got to tie him up and throw him in the truck or somethin'.
He can't stay here.
Pa: We can't tie him. Either we'll hurt him or he'll get
so mad, he'll hurt hisself. Reckon we could get him drunk?
Tom: Ain't no whiskey,
Ma Joad: Now wait, there's a half a bottle of soothin' syrup here.
Here. Used to put the children to sleep.
12/02/02 selima (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
carlito's way casino good fella's
12/02/02 kadow (n/a) submitted the following:
fuken bury all yall cockroaches el pinche kadow
12/01/02 tony (n/a) submitted the following:
top 5 list of mob/gangster movies
(can't beat it) 2)Scarface (the violence in this makes gladiator seem like PBS)
3)The Godfather Trilogy (the most classic mob movie ever. it set all the standards.
4)Heat (not technically a gangster movie but it still made this list) 5)The Untouchables
(not THAT historically accurate but it's awesome)
12/01/02 Paul (n/a) submitted the following:
2 Caldwells do not include EITHER of 'The Third Man' or 'vertigo' in their top
100 movie lists. You have to ask the question if they like film at all.
dare we?...I apologize for being irreverent. (AC 3/26/03)
11/30/02 marius (email@example.com) submitted the following:
subtitrarea la road to Perdition.
11/27/02 adam clare (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
silence of thelambs red dragon hannibal halloween resurrection see no evil hear
no evil payback halloween haloween h20 copycat the blairwitch project road trip
11/26/02 tom barrett (email@example.com) submitted the following:
don't see the David Lynch movie Blue Velvet on the list. Did you like it? Also
Brazil with robert Dinero.
thought Blue Velvet was refreshingly unique...Brazil was a disappointment. (AC
11/25/02 Brian (martinezba2000@yahoo) submitted the following:
is ranked 98 in one list, and it is not even in the other. That is bullshit. It
is easily in the top ten of any list. Futhermore, it is William Wallace narating
in the end, and not Robert the Bruce. If you are going to quote an excellent movie,
at least show some respect and do it accurately. Finally, if it was not for Scarface,
there would no Carlito's Way. It is a great movie, but it is not better than its
predecessor. You guys should really consider revising your list.
decided recently that Mel Gibson is a bafoon (Signs, We Were Soldiers, The Patriot,
Conspiracy Theory...). Braveheart is a very good movie,
but top hundred is really pushing it. Sean Penn's performance puts Carlito's
Way ahead of Scarface in my opinion...I know many
more people prefer Scarface. (AC 3/26/03)
11/24/02 John Lennon (Scriptwriter88@aol.com) submitted the following:
2001: A Space Odyssey (Stanley Kubrick, 1968) 2. Raging Bull (Martin Scoresesee,
1980) 3. Brazil (Terry Gilliam, 1985) 4. Magnolia (Paul Thomas Anderson, 1999)
5. Eraserhead (David Lynch, 1976) 6. The Seventh Seal (Igmar Bergman, 1954) 7.
Rushmore (Wes Anderson, 1998) 8. Un Chien Andboulou (Luis Bunuel, 1929) 9. Duck
Soup (Leo McCray, 1933) 10. A Clockwork Orange (Stanley Kubrick, 1971) 11. One
Flew Over The Cookoo's Nest (Milos Forman, 1975) 12. Punch-Drunk Love (Paul Thomas
Anderson, 2002) 13. The Wizard of Oz (Victor Fleming, 1939) 14. Taxi Driver (Martin
Scoresesee, 1976) 15. Dr. Strangelove (Stanley Kubrick, 1964) 16. The Graduate
(Mike Nichols, 1968) 17. The Magnificent Ambersons (Orsen Welles, 1942) 18. Wild
Strawberries (Igmar Bergman, 1954) 19. The Fisher King (Terry Gilliam, 1991) 20.
Hannah and Her Sisters (Woody Allen, 1986) 21. This is Spinal Tap (Rob Reiner,
1985) 22. Goodfellas (Martin Scorsesee, 1990) 23. Fight Club (David Fincher, 1999)
24. The Royal Tenenbaums (Wes Anderson, 2001) 25. A Christmas Story (Bob Clark,
1983) 26. Ed Wood (Tim Burton, 1994)
John...it's nice to see someone else give The Fisher King
the respect that is deserves. (AC 3/26/03)
11/23/02 ammie (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
its me again i love all the movies you like you have great taste!!
you. (AC 3/26/03)
11/23/02 ammie (email@example.com) submitted the following:
you have any audio form the movie of the quote "I am not an animal,I am a Human
Being!" or anything at all even links to audio of the movie??? thanks
the Elephant Man page there is a wav. file for the "I
am not an animal..." quote. As of now, that is the only sound bite I have.
11/23/02 Stephen Hetzel (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
just wanted to let you know.. you've got a broken link on the Full Metal Jacket
sounds page. I found the correct file though, you just entered the extension twice.
It's the "Gouge out your eyeballs and skull fuck you" file.. You have filename.wav.wav
11/21/02 Terry Coleman (email@example.com) submitted the following:
for your lists. p.s. The correct title is "Raiders of the Lost Ark". You have
Ark spelled as Arc.
11/21/02 christina (Princesscd713@aol.com) submitted the following:
want te Scarface movie from 1983 where can i getit
11/19/02 Patrick Metzger (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
call Pulp Fiction over-rated, I call it genius. What I like best about Pulp Fiction
and what is a major fault of many other movies is that in Pulp Fiction, not every
word uttered by the characters is a freakin' plot point. The interplay between
the characters and their dialogue are absolute genius and set this movie apart.
Movies that use dialogue to only devulge plot points would be akin to Picasso
drawing a picture using only straight lines. Pulp Fiction like Dr. Strangelove
and some others is a film that gets BETTER with each viewing.
disagree. (AC 3/26/03)
11/18/02 Alexio Vaughn Schaffan (Alexio_86@hotmail.com) submitted the following:
A CLockwork Orange 2. The Good, Bad, Ugly 3. Taxi Driver 4. The Deer Hunter 5.
The Bridge over the River Quai 6. Pulp Fiction 7. Reservoir Dogs 8. Amercian History
X 9.Papillon 10. Fargo 11. Clerks 12. Made films I am a bit ashamed to have not
yet seen. 1. The Godfather 2. 2001 A Space Odyssey 3. The Day the Earth Stood
Still 4. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest ...that is my present-minute list
11/15/02 n/a (n/a) submitted the following:
Beloved and Amadues. Superb movies. Hats off!
11/13/02 n/a (n/a) submitted the following:
poll is not clear...American English-language"? Orson Welles obviously and Billy
11/13/02 doug lindh (dlindh295110MI@comcast.net) submitted the following:
some one can tell anderson jones...Bruce Campbell is not playing the lizard character
per his website... thanks
11/6/02 n/a (n/a) submitted the following:
the hell did Coppola and Spielberg get included on this list?
11/5/02 Myca (email@example.com) submitted the following:
is Jimmy's last name in the movie? What are the other players names?
11/5/02 Rainer (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
Review of The Last Temptation Of Christ is very good, it expresses very much my
opinion about the film and its implications... Regards, Rainer
11/4/02 Nathan (KUmoviemakerNATE@aol.com) submitted the following:
The Legend of Bagger Vance
10/31/02 Allison (email@example.com) submitted the following:
you know if there has ever been another version of "The Shining" or if there is
another movie very similar to it? I recently watched the DVD and felt as though
there were parts missing, like moving topiaries outside and other apparitions
in the hotel. It is driving me nuts! Any help on this would be greatly appreciated!
10/29/02 patrick andrus (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
clifton, boss movie site... i couldn't find your e-mail so i contacted you here...
raging bull forever!
doubt clifton is going to read this for christ's sake. (AC 12/6/02)
10/27/02 ps (email@example.com) submitted the following:
Ladder was supposedly about the effects of BZ gas, which was used in Vietnam.
found the following on the subject (AC 12/6/02):
is a anticholinergic incapacitating agent that blocks the action of acetylcholine
in the central nervous system. It disturbs higher integrative functions of memory,
problem-solving, attention and comprehension; high doses produces toxic delirium
which completely destroys the ability to perform any military task. Symptoms of
BZ include dry, flushed skin, fast heartbeat, slowing of mental and physical activity,
headaches, giddiness, disorientation, and hallucinations. BZ is found as a white
powder at room temperature; decomposition occurs at 170 degrees C. Effects are
transitory (hours to days) and have no known long term effects; lethality could
only occur if the subject harmed himself under the influence of BZ. Training tapes
of soldiers exposed to BZ showed them regressing to a juvenile state of behavior,
unresponsive to commands, unable to carry out simple tasks or negotiate obstacles,
complete lack of memory. After recovery, test subjects could not remember the
experience and showed only disorientation due to inability to recollect the time
they were exposed to BZ. The Army abandoned this as a potential weapon due to
the difficulty of dispensing BZ in significant quantities to achieve agent effects.
Also, planners were concerned that BZ poisoned soldiers would still be a danger
since they would become unpredictable and ungoverned by rational thought. Conceivably,
BZ poisoned soldiers could still "push the button" because it seemed like a pretty
good joke at the time. Granted, nuclear release is a little more involved than
just pushing a button, but you get the picture. The movie "Jacob's Ladder" was
supposedly based on BZ experiments on unknowing soldiers, which caused them to
go into a homicidal rage. In a word - bullshit. As stated above, BZ poisoning
causes soldiers to regress and become apathethic, not killing machines.
This knowledge comes from memory of US Army Chemical Officer Basic/Advanced Course
instruction and accuracy is not guaranteed.
10/27/02 Johnny 007 (firstname.lastname@example.org) submitted the following:
site, keep up the good work. It sites like this that make the internet such a
wonderful place to be at times. My favourite film of all time is probably Leon
(but not for the violence). I don't understand all the hatred heaped on Gladiator,
it was well made and a decent story, what more do you want. I'd love to see the
armchair critics have a go at making a movie. Sorry there are no real "classics"
but I only get to watch movies I have in my DVD collection.My
Leon 2. Godfathers 3. The Green Mile 4. Star Wars 5. Saving Private Ryan (first
half hour-jesus) 6. Pulp Fiction 7. Das Boot 8. Up In Smoke 9. Whats Eating Gilbert
Grape 10. Gladiator (sorry)
worth a mention
The Big Blue 12. Dawn Of The Dead 13. Braveheart 14. Clockwork Orange 15. Deliverance
16. Jurassic Park 17. Full Metal Jacket 18. Jason And The Argonauts 19. Long Good
Friday 20. One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest Tons of movies I enjoy but wouldn't
say they made a big impression like the above.
for the kind words & support. You made some good calls here. I actually rented
Dawn of the Dead last week and
that was quite a trip. (AC 12/6/02)
10/25/02 Erica D. (n/a) submitted the following:
thanks for remembering 'Trading Places'! I still crack up at this movie every
time I watch it. My favorite scene is when Billy Ray is in the jail cell trying
to be Mr. Cool Guy to the other cell mates. 'It ain't cool bein' no jive turkey,
so close to Thanksgiving.' I would have to add 'Coming to America', 'What's Eating
Gilbert Grape', 'The English Patient', and 'Raising Arizona'. Take care.