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Me. I couldn't sit through a whole porno.

:lol::o You know the girl is faking, she's not going to come (the girl enjoying herself and coming is surely what should be a big part of the turn-on?) and she's just going to get a load on her face at the end.

Predictable.

That's where you need either lesbian porn or that chinese porno that suddenly turns into a Crouching tiger Hidden Dragon spoof :o you know, spice things up a bit, keep em guessing

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It's going to be easier to find a film that everyone likes rather than one that everyone loves. I doubt anyone could seriously doubt the quality of some of the films mentioned, such as Casablanca, Lawrence of Arabia and Chinatown, but there will always be someone that thinks Lawrence is too long, or whatever. They would be wrong of course, but they will always pipe up.

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For me, because the stop motion is obvious, I appreciate the craft of it more, like I do with ray's mentalist skeletons.

A good stop motion character is a lot better than a bad CGI (like the Rock/scorpion in Mummy Returns) because it seems more real, like an actual being, albeit a jerky one :lol:

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I'd be surprised if anyone had a bad word to say about Raiders of the Lost Ark, Goodfellas or This is Spinal Tap.

I think it HAS to be Raiders of the Lost Ark.

I can see some people finding Goodfellas boring and not liking the comic style of Spinal Tap, though.

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This Is Spinal Tap is one of those films that sharply divides people, I think. Everyone I know that's seen it has either thought it was one of the funniest films ever made, or that it's stupid and boring.

I've found that girls don't seem to like Goodfellas or The Godfather films, or generally anything directed by Martin Scorsese or starring Al Pacino or DeNiro. I attribute this to stupidity.

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I've found that girls don't seem to like Goodfellas or The Godfather films, or generally anything directed by Martin Scorsese or starring Al Pacino or DeNiro. I attribute this to stupidity.

*waits for a storm to suddenly brew, the sky turn black, the earth to tremble and an enraged Juria to turn up* :lol:

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Pulp Fiction or The Big Lebowski.

Pulp Fiction maybe.. but Big Lebowski is another one that divides people. I think Pulp fiction does that as well to be honest, as well as Reservoir Dogs. Reservoir Dogs was great, but they could have skipped the beginning where everybody says 'fuck' 20 times a minute.

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Another vote for Raiders of the Lost Ark but after three pages I think Jaws , Die Hard & Reservoir Dogs deserve a mention

Jaws suffers from poor pacing and a crap script.

Another vote for 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'. 'Ghostbusters' is a good call as well..

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Reservoir Dogs was great, but they could have skipped the beginning where everybody says 'fuck' 20 times a minute.

1. They don't. :lol:

2. The beginning is one of the best parts. The Like A Virgin talk, Mr. Pink not wanting to tip the waitress and that fantastic scene of the Dogs walking in slow motion while Little Green Bag plays.

And just to rephrase: you don't have to think it's a masterpiece. Merely liking a film is enough.

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