[quote]Professor X wrote:
The Descent (Get past the accents and the chick dialogue…it actually holds your attention)
AVP Requiem (I know I’ve said this before…but I throw it here because no one thought it would be worth seeing)
Equilibrium (it should be a cult classic but probably won’t be considered such because of the dominance of The Matrix)[/quote]
I watch The Descent all the time. Was this not a popular movie? I just watched AVP Requiem and was pretty bored througout the whole thing. I also thought the ending exponentialized (is that a word?) its suckiness.
A Simple Plan, Stir Of Echoes, & Trapped come to mind
eic & Shammy beat me to mentioning The Boondock Saints (sort of traumatic to see Willem Dafoe as a crossdressing FBI agent) & Guy Ritchie’s movies - Lock, Stock & 2 Smoking Barrels has got some of the best dialogue ever… soundtrack was pretty good as well.
a line from Snatch:
-“What’s in the car?”
“Four wheels & a steering wheel; what’s it to you?” lol
[quote]Uncle Gabby wrote: Old Boy is pretty badass.
Hell yeah it was.
Have any of you Boondock Saints fans seen “Overnight”? It’s a documentary on the total dickcheese that made it, and how he didn’t make a penny off it. (Which would normally piss me off, but after seeing how big of an asshole this guy is, he deserved to get fucked.)
I don’t remember if it got a lot of press or not, but I really liked Memento with Carrie Ann Moss(Matrix hottie).
It’s not a flick for the “Transformers” crowd that just wants to watch trash blow up every 10 seconds. Very deep movie, may have to watch it twice to understand the ending. It seems like NOBODY has ever seen this movie.
At Close Range.
Great great acting by Sean Penn and Christopher Walken. It was made in 1986, and is just an awesome movie. Madonna’s single “Live To Tell” was such a big hit that everybody forgot to watch the movie it was featured in!!