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Iconic Celluloid Classics... IMHO This movie list was compiled as a conscious stream of memory, it will probably change in 5mins time... when I remember other films I have enjoyed over the years...

1) Exorcist
2) A Clockwork Orange (Uncut - Directors Cut)
3) Blade Runner (Directors Cut)
4) Alien
5) Close Encounters
6)Enter The Void (Uncut - Directors Cut with Extra short movies: 'DMT' drug visuals & 'Electric' movie short)
7) Base Moi (French Original - Uncut Version includes John Lydon talking a load of old bollocks regarding film censorship of this film)
8) Goodfellas
9) The Godfather
10) Omen
11) Jaws
12) M*A*S*H
12) Hostel
13)) Pulp Fiction
15) Natural Born Killers
16) Apocalypse Now (Uncut - Directors Cut with extra 20mins of previously unseen footage A MUST SEE!)
17) Batman The Movie - 1966 (f*ckin ace camp spectacular!)
18) The Great Escape
19) Mary Poppins
20) Exodus - Bob Marley & the Wailers on Tour 1977
21) Eraserhead
22) Matrix
23) V for Vendeta
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Bitter Moon

with the wonderful Kristen Scott Thomas and the sumptuous Emmanuelle Seigner and the brilliant Peter Coyote

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The Long Good Friday... I worked with Director & Cinematographer: Phil Meheux's close friend Malcolm Johnson, who produced the 'Film Title's' sequence for the movie... I worked in a Studio with Malcolm Johnson for several years from 1979 onwards in a Freelance capacity and was involved in various British movies (Graphic Design - Film Titles etc.) I also worked at Main Titles in 1979 as Head Artist involved in producing various 'Movie Title' sequences and Graphic Design artwork for The Cure for their Album sleeves amongst many other big name bands. Happy days!
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Burn e 77 wrote:The Long Good Friday... I worked with (Director) &Cinematography
Phil Meheux's close friend Malcolm Johnson who produced the film titles... I worked in a Studio with Malcolm Johnson in 1979 and was involved in various British movies (Graphic Design - Film Titles etc.) I also worked at Main Titles in 1979 as head artist - Movie Titles
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a great film!

my dvd collection hasn't got many films in it,but this is one of them
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Casablanca

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Mulholland Drive
Taxi Driver
A Day at the Races
Duck Soup
Way Out West
Turkish Delight
Head
A Hard Days Night
Papillon
Once Upon a time in the West
Once Upon a time in America
Good Bad & Ugly
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Mulholland Drive
Taxi Driver
A Day at the Races
Duck Soup
Way Out West
Turkish Delight
Head
A Hard Days Night
Papillon
Once Upon a time in the West
Once Upon a time in America
Good Bad & Ugly
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Burn e 77 wrote:Iconic Celluloid Classics... IMHO This movie list was compiled as a conscious stream of memory, it will probably change in 5mins time... when I remember other films I have enjoyed over the years...

1) Exorcist
2) A Clockwork Orange (Uncut - Directors Cut)
3) Blade Runner (Directors Cut)
4) Alien
5) Close Encounters
6)Enter The Void (Uncut - Directors Cut with Extra short movies: 'DMT' drug visuals & 'Electric' movie short)
7) Base Moi (French Original - Uncut Version includes John Lydon talking a load of old bollocks regarding film censorship of this film)
8) Goodfellas
9) The Godfather
10) Omen
11) Jaws
12) M*A*S*H
12) Hostel
13)) Pulp Fiction
15) Natural Born Killers
16) Apocalypse Now (Uncut - Directors Cut with extra 20mins of previously unseen footage A MUST SEE!)
17) Batman The Movie - 1966 (f*ckin ace camp spectacular!)
18) The Great Escape
19) Mary Poppins
20) Exodus - Bob Marley & the Wailers on Tour 1977
21) Eraserhead
22) Matrix
23) V for Vendeta
Bernie
Thee movies I omitted in original post that I regularly watch over & over again...
24) The Shining
25) One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest
26) Layer Cake
27) Snatch
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