Most Phenomenal Film You've Ever Seen?

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  1. CodeBreaker

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    Name that ONE film which will always be in your heart forever, and would always keep on recommending to your peers.
     
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    The Empire Strikes Back though I haven't seen the real unaltered version in more than... twenty years?

    I saw it on release, the cinematography is excellent, the practical sets and effects, a better story with great character development, great dialogue, and keeps your interest throughout, and doesn't have a happy ending.
     
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    It's in my top ten
     
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    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
     
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    Donnie darko is my pick
    But these come right after
    Seven
    Usual suspects
    Fight club
     
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    Raiders of the Lost Ark.
     
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    What's in the box?
     
  10. smooth assassin

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    Put the gun down
     
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    TheGZA Excellent! But not good.

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    Well, duh.

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    Big Trouble in Little China
     
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    Reservoir Dogs was groundbreaking.
     
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    Royal Tenenbaums, I've seen both RT and Life Aquatic over 50 times.

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    Goosebumps everytime I see this scene.

    Each character is so fleshed out, and each one identifiable.
     
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    Razors Edge, Bill M
     
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    Boogie Nights
     
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    For me it's always gonna be Jurassic Park. I saw it as a little kid in the theater and it did blow my mind away.
    That movie changed everything that people did know about movies...today it's nothing special but that kind of special effects for 1993 was simple incredible.
     

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