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messiahtime -> If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (15/12/2011 6:59:29 PM)

Usual Suspects everytime wish I never seen it to watch it again...!! :D




boaby -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (15/12/2011 7:06:30 PM)

Memento.

I'm still scoobied.

Plus it's got thon manny fae The Matrix and The Sopranos in it that I canna abide.




Whistler -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (15/12/2011 8:13:18 PM)

The Sting - the final "twist" is never quite the same after the first time. Still good though [:)]

Probably Inception too.




Hood_Man -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (15/12/2011 8:18:47 PM)

So many. The first POTC, the Star Wars trilogy, LOTR, Back to the Future, Good Will Hunting, Pulp Fiction, Casino Royale...


I'm going to stop now, or else I'm going to end up naming every film I've ever loved or even just found surprisingly good!




Rhubarb -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (15/12/2011 8:54:12 PM)

If I erased a film to rewatch it I probably wouldn't get around to rewatching it, and the film would remain unseen.




Spaldron -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (16/12/2011 7:08:46 AM)

Fellowship of the Ring.




jonson -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (16/12/2011 7:53:36 AM)

Definately Jaws. Ive seen it on the cinema before but would love to have been in a packed cinema when it was first released and share all those jump moments with a crowd.

The 3 stand out films I saw at the cinema were Aliens, Pulp Fiction and The Matrix. Packed cinemas and no-one knew what to expect (certainly with The Matrix anyway - it's no exagerration when I say the whole audience went "what the fuck?" when Trinity lifted off) You left the cinema best mates with everyone else who had been in there. I'd love to repeat that feeling again. I'm not even talking about my favourite films, just unexpected event films you share with so many others.




horribleives -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (16/12/2011 2:30:15 PM)

Seven - still the most devastating, brilliantly unexpected ending I've ever seen.




kargon -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (16/12/2011 3:01:29 PM)

Seven

Usual Suspects

Planet of  the Apes (original)

Fight Club




musht -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (16/12/2011 6:19:40 PM)

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, first time I watched [spoiler for OFOCN] someone had to explain to me that Nicholson had been labotomised so it didn't have that emotional impact




kargon -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (17/12/2011 10:55:26 AM)

6th Sense




MonsterCat -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (17/12/2011 12:46:51 PM)

Hairspray.

Not because it's a good film that demands a rewatch, but because John Travolta in drag is one of the most horrifying images I have ever seen and it still haunts me to this day.




Super Hans -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (17/12/2011 1:10:57 PM)

Fight Club and American Psycho are two that spring to mind.  Both are films I saw at the cinema which, while I knew had good reviews, offered a lot more than I expected  - especially as I was unfamiliar with either of the original novels (didn't even know Fight Club was an adaption at the time).

Fight Club was far deeper, complex and funny than I expected.  With American Psycho it more the level of humour that surprised me I think - I laughed a lot more than I expected to.




hatebox -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (18/12/2011 10:19:26 PM)

It's hard to answer because the movies I really like tend to be ones I've appreciated more and more when rewatching. I guess seeing The Shining again for teh first time would be cool. 




kargon -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (19/12/2011 2:14:24 PM)

Dead Man's Shoes

The Thing




Funkyrae -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (19/12/2011 3:12:36 PM)

There are plenty I would be very happy to erase from my memory. Not to rewatch them, just to have them erased. If I could have the time I wasted watching them back too that would be a bonus.

I appreciate a film more on repeat viewings, I'm a total pain in the arse with films and love quoting lines before the character has.




Bobda -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (19/12/2011 9:53:33 PM)

As already said, Se7en.

Oldboy.




messiahtime -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (21/12/2011 9:07:55 AM)

Have Dead Man's Shoes on my planner is that by the Shane Meadows is it any good?




messiahtime -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (21/12/2011 9:08:40 AM)

Guessing by the thread I should watch it lol :D




kargon -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (21/12/2011 9:23:29 AM)

Yeah Dead Man's Shoes - Shane Meadows




Discodez -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (21/12/2011 9:33:18 AM)

quote:

ORIGINAL: messiahtime

Have Dead Man's Shoes on my planner is that by the Shane Meadows is it any good?


Dead man's shoes is bloody brilliant. Paddy Considine's performance is incredible.

As for wiping a film so I could re-watch it, I'd go for two Hitchcock's with killer twists, Psycho and Vertigo. 




JIm R -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (21/12/2011 10:40:31 AM)

Superman The Movie on the big sreen, a moment I would want to re-live as if it was '78 again and again.




Sutty -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (28/12/2011 1:16:04 PM)

With you there Jim...

Also: The Usual Suspects, The Departed, Goodfellas, Rocky Balboa, and not a movie but the bit in Only Fools and Horses where Del Boy falls through the bar.




Sutty -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (28/12/2011 1:18:56 PM)

and Pulp Fiction!




messiahtime -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (28/12/2011 6:45:01 PM)

Watched that Movie, Dead Mans Shoe's, very good, enjoyed the Fight Club-esque sort of moment.. :D




jiraffejustin -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (2/1/2012 9:03:17 AM)

For me, the films I would want to see for a first time again would be the ones that really got me into cinema:

Pulp Fiction
Yojimbo
Casablanca
Bonnie and Clyde
Blade Runner
and
Aguirre: The Wrath of God




Happy Shrapnel -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (6/1/2012 11:54:33 AM)

I'd agree with Jonson, if there was one movie that I'd love to go to a cinema and know nothing about, just sit in front of a big screen in the dark and enjoy........it would be Jaws.

Also Star Wars.
My dad took me to see it on its original release, believe me, even as a young nipper, as soon as that title sequence came up for the very first time, you just knew you were in for something special.
Happy days.




Fluke Skywalker -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (7/1/2012 7:10:09 PM)

Jaws would be a great one - Aliens would top my list it's just balls out a killer film. 




NCC1701A -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (8/1/2012 11:58:55 AM)

Jurassic Park - Saw it on the big screen in 1993 it was awesome.




Santoka -> RE: If You Could Erase a Movie From Your Memory To Re Watch It What Would It be... (8/1/2012 12:27:16 PM)

I would have to say The Matrix and. I remember coming out the cinema wanting to 'fly' like Trinity. I also have to say my fav film of all time The Exorcist! This is the one movie i could watch time and time again and the overall effect is still strong, however i would still ove to get back the butterfly and excitment seeing it for the first time ever!




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