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Top Ten Funniest Movie Honest Trailers

posted by redmetroid
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These movie trailers are parody trailers, they are fake, make fun of the actual movie, and provide lots of spoilers.  They're also hilarious. 

Vote for your favorites!

posted 12/22/2014 09:59 PM
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They should do one of the American Horror Story seasons
posted 4/27/2014 05:17 AM
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Get Frozen! P.S, Not a coward!
posted 12/14/2013 07:13 PM
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You should do an honest trailer for Roswell!

Top Ten Cowboys

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For generations, Westerns have been among the most beloved movies ever made.  So it would make sense that the actors who star in them would go on to become famous in their own right.  Western stars have gone on to become some of the most recognizable and beloved cinematic icons of all time.

Here are ten of the all-time greatest.

posted 12/26/2014 06:25 PM
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Henry Fonda, Franco Nero (you've got to be kidding) and Jimmy Stewart before John way??? Wayne should be at the top of the list. Eastwood probably 2nd. Glenn Ford should be on this list too. Richard Boone, Burt Lancaster, Steve McQueen and Walter Brennan should all be considered before Franco Nero, Geez!
posted 12/26/2014 06:10 PM
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Any Cowboy list that doesn't have John Wayne on it isn't worth a crap.
posted 11/8/2014 10:39 AM
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These guys all rode a horse chosen for them for the part in a movie Roy rode his own horse Trigger the only horse ever to walk in the White House to meet the president.
posted 11/8/2014 10:17 AM
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When God called Roy Rogers to heaven he said bring me the cowboy.
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Roy Rogers had a bigger fan club than Jesus Christ

Top 10 Movie Rebels

posted by Anne
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last activity 1/21/2015 09:05 AM

Top 10 Movie Rebels

 

The Wild One

Directed by Laslo Benedek

1953

 

Marlon Brando as Johnny Strabler

 

Johnny is the charismatic leader of the Black Rebels Motorcycle Club, who collides with a rival gang called the Beetles in a small, sleepy town.  Brando in his black leather motorcycle jacket and white cap is one of the most iconic images of the 1950s. Johnny inspired James Dean and countless others and women fell for his bad boy charm. The script gave the world a famous quote too. When asked what he is rebelling against, Johnny answers, “whaddya got?”

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCENBce_dls

 

 

 

Rebel Without a Cause

Directed by Nicholas Ray

1955

 

James Dean as Jim Stark

 

In a story that still resonates today, Jim Stark represents teenagers’ troubled relationships with their parents. The white t-shirt and blue jeans is classic and much copied, and the moody but sincere demeanor is a template for all rebels to come. Struggling to define what makes a man, and with no direction from his father, he gets involved in a knife fight and a ‘chicken’ car race. The three teenage leads of Dean with Natalie Wood as Judy and Sal Mineo as Plato form a support group as a substitute for their own dysfunctional families. Everyone watching feels Jim’s pain.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAlzg0S51GY

 

 

 

The Great Escape

Directed by John Sturgis

1963

 

Steve McQueen as Capt. Hilts

 

It’s hard to imagine anyone but the icon of cool, Steve McQueen, playing the role of Captain Hilts. The movie is a version of true events depicting a mass escape by WWII prisoners from Stalag Luft III. Hilts is a thorn in the side of the guards and repeatedly attempts to escape. His punishment is solitary confinement in the ‘cooler,’ resulting in his ‘Cooler King’ nickname. McQueen’s portrayal of laid-back rebellion is the highlight of an otherwise, conventional film. Two images dominate and they are Hilts bouncing a baseball against the wall in his cell and the famous motorcycle scene when he has to jump the fence to escape the pursuing guards.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFTVaOTviP4

 

 

Gandhi

Directed by Richard Attenborough

1982

 

Ben Kinsley as Mahatma Gandhi

 

There are rebels who take up arms and make a lot of noise and there is Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi looks frail and unassuming as he quietly spins cotton on his spinning wheel but he has an inner resolve that brings about a revolution, resulting in independence for India from British rule. This is achieved through an intelligent strategy of non-violent civil disobedience. Gandhi took on the might of the British Empire and won.

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxYQ4CXoIwg

 

 

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Directed by John Hughes

1986

 

Matthew Broderick as Ferris Bueller

 

Rebels can be cute and funny too as Ferris Bueller shows. His elaborate plan to skip school is not just for his own benefit. He wants to share his day off and love of life with his girlfriend, Sloane and best friend, Cameron. As his famous quote goes, “life goes by so fast that if you don't stop and look around, you might miss it.” His enthusiasm for the ensuing adventures is infectious but there is a more sensitive side to the teenager’s efforts. He wants to bring some joy and self-confidence to Cameron, a nervous boy who craves affection from his father. This is a comedic spin on alienation between the generations and there is a great scene with a red Ferrari.

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgd46QiHz4I&feature=related

 

 

 

Cool Hand Luke

Directed by Stuart Rosenberg

1967

 

 

Paul Newman as Luke Jackson

 

Luke is sentenced to a Florida chain gang for a petty crime. His subsequent battles with the prison captain and his guards take on mythic proportions for his fellow inmates who hero worship him. Luke makes several escape attempts only to be recaptured and put in solitary confinement. The system works to crush his spirit and conditions are harsh but he won’t give up.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dG9tuuznL1Y

 

 

Thelma & Louise

Directed by Ridley Scott

1991

 

Susan Sarandon as Louise Sawyer and Geena Davis as Thelma Dickinson

 

SPOILERS

 

This is a rebellious double act and one that flew the flag for feminism. Finding your own identity away from a male dominated society is one thing but would you drive over a cliff for it? The two friends decide to spice up their lives by going on a road trip and they lap up their new freedom away from their partners. Everything unravels following an attempted rape on Thelma and the two become fleeing outlaws as they stick up for themselves in various encounters. The final freeze frame of the car in mid-air as they choose inevitable death over capture became a visual metaphor for sisters doing it for themselves.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PRr0HY9MPZ0

 

 

 

Spartacus

Directed by Stanley Kubrick

1960

 

Kirk Douglas as Spartacus

 

A rebel from 70BC, Spartacus is the poster boy for the oppressed workers of the world. Douglas is perfectly cast as the slave who leads a rebellion against Imperial Rome. His good looks, an athletic build and fighting prowess make the character an old fashioned, straightforward type of rebel. Spartacus finds love on the way and meets his inevitable end with stoicism and dignity.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8h_v_our_Q

 

 

The Adventures of Robin Hood

Directed by Michael Curtiz

1938

 

Errol Flynn as Sir Robin of Locksley

 

Many actors have played Robin Hood but Errol Flynn is considered the definitive interpreter of the role. He is every schoolboy’s fantasy, living in the woods and leading a band of outlaws. He swings from the trees, he courts a fair maiden and he always finds his target with his trusty bow and arrow. He even manages to make tights look manly. What a guy!

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXHVDRgAFMk

 

 

 

Jesus Christ Superstar

Directed by Norman Jewison

1973

 

Ted Neeley as Jesus Christ

 

The movie adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s rock opera took the original concept album and stage production to the big screen. Ted Neeley, a largely unknown actor before and since the role, brings an impressive range of emotions to the most revered rebel in history. Christ is dignified throughout, as his last remaining days lead to the inevitable crucifixion. He is compassionate, angry, frightened, and bewildered.

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfTqTsKz5RA

 

 

Top 10 Martial Arts Movie To Watch in 2011

posted by redmetroid
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last activity 1/20/2015 03:45 AM

The best kung fu movies of 2011.  Although the emphasis should be on the fighting and the action scenes, it's hard to stomach movies with zero storyline or cardboard acting.  Thus, besides the fighting, some points should be given to well rounded films.

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lol hey
posted 1/22/2014 09:48 PM
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sup lol
posted 3/19/2013 05:04 PM
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I ment ong bak
posted 1/29/2013 10:29 AM
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IP MAN is the best one ... really a very gud movie .. infact gud movies ..

Top Ten Tim Burton Films

posted by topazorchid
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last activity 1/20/2015 01:06 AM

Tim Burton is an American born film director, producer, writer, and artist.  He tends to take movie goers on an emotional journey by creating characters and themes that are dark and tortured, while also funny and endearing.  He is a stunning visual creator and his movies are riddled in spectacular effects and animation and often paired with gripping and beautiful musical scores.  It's easy to see why Burton has created some of the most captivating films of our time.  Here is a small selection of his finest masterpieces!

Top Ten Martial Arts Movie To Watch In 2013

posted by redmetroid
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last activity 1/18/2015 08:53 AM
posted 9/19/2014 09:59 PM
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best anime film
posted 7/25/2014 02:22 PM
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hunger games and frozen :) and im 9
posted 5/8/2014 07:11 AM
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i liked frozen and epic!:)
posted 5/6/2014 05:12 AM
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guys the raid 1 and 2 are way better then every movie on that list except for ip man1
posted 4/29/2014 06:00 AM
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The raid should have made this list. It was great. and the Raid 2 is equally as good. I was surprised though to hear that Ip man 3 was coming, and that ip man final fight was created. I'll have to go check this stuff out.

Top Ten Movies To Watch In 2016

posted by redmetroid
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last activity 1/17/2015 07:51 PM

Top 10 Movies to Watch in 2015

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last activity 1/17/2015 07:51 PM

Top 10 Best Korean Movies

posted by redmetroid
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last activity 1/17/2015 05:04 PM

This list is not to be fully comprehensive but at least accurate to the last decade or so.  It's also meant to be a list for folks new to Korean movies to be able to separate out the good from the bad.  The only requirement here is that the movie should have English subtitles available.  Please rate movies up or down accordingly to make the list accurate.

Top 10 Movies to Watch in 2013

posted by redmetroid
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last activity 1/17/2015 03:19 AM

Time is limited.  No matter how rich you are or whatever background you have, there's only so many hours you can dedicate to watching movies.  Let's get the 10 must watch movies of 2013!

posted 5/8/2014 07:13 AM
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how 'bout frozen!!!!!!
posted 2/12/2014 07:04 AM
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Hunger games as number makes you lose any and all credibility
posted 12/29/2013 12:48 AM
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where is gravity?
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