What are YOUR 5 most wanted titles???

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  1. darrin

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    Not including the obvious, ie. Star Wars, BTTF, Jones Trilogy what are your 5 most wanted DVD titles. Mine are,
    1.The Soldier (Glickenhaus)
    2.Critters
    3.Nunzio (David Proval, never been on video)
    4.To live and die in LA (Great petition!!)
    5.The Wanderers
    Yes, these are ALL very little, obscure films...but I
    want them....BAD!!!
    This should be fun.
     
  2. Kyle McKnight

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    Well, my 5 most wanted today, not including titles that have been announced, not including the ones you mentioned, and not including TV shows (oh crap, I forgot about my TV thread I started in the Studio Feedback Forum. I forgot about it after the forum crashed about a month or so ago. Dang, my update is gonna take me hours.)...
    In no particular order..
    The Wizard
    License To Drive
    Lucas
    Little Monsters
    The Program
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  3. Jodee

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    My current Top 5 is:
    1. Valley Girl
    2. Real Genius
    3. Targets (1968)
    4. Better Off Dead
    6. Imitation of Life (1959)
    There is a definite need to get out more 80's films on DVD!
     
  4. DougB

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    In no particular order:
    1.Gremlins 2
    2.IT
    3.Tori Amos/Videos
    4.Schindlers List
    5.Lion KIng
     
  5. Kurt N

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    first 5 I thought of, as I thought of them:
    A Hard Day's Night-I know, was made, OOP, promised, cancelled, delayed, whatever...I'll believe it when I have a copy in my hairy little palms.
    The Libertine-first movie I ever saw with bare female breasts.
    Electric Dreams-fun flick from the 80's about a couple's computers falling in love.
    200 Motels-no Frank Zappa on DVD??? Be ashamed--be a very shamed.
    Duel-one of the most intense tv-movies ever made. This one really should be out by now...
     
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    The Ninth Configuration
    Akira Kurosawa's Dreams
    Voyager
    Santa Sangre
    Men With Guns
    BTW, expect this to get moved to polls... [​IMG]
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    1. Legend
    2. Real Genius
    3. Young Sherlock Holmes
    4. Pretty in Pink
    5. Some Kind of Wonderful
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  8. Brett Hancock

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    In no particular order
    1.Motel Hell
    2.The Hills Have Eyes
    3.Schindlers List
    4.Major League
    5.Bio-Dome
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    Beavis and Butthead on DVD
    Family Guy on DVD
    [Edited last by Brett Hancock on September 08, 2001 at 01:44 PM]
     
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    Polls? [​IMG]
    It's hard to narrow down to just five, but here goes:
    1. Clash of the Titans
    2. Victor/Victoria
    3. DragonSlayer
    4. Valley Girl
    5. Time After Time[/list=a]
      It's hard to leave off so many, though. Adventures of Robin Hood, My Favorite Year, Major League, Becket, Firefox, Oh God!, Eating Raoul, Bad News Bears all come to mind!
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    Off the top of my noggin:
    1. E.T.
    2. The Bad News Bears
    3. Top Secret
    4. The Gods Must Be Crazy
    5. The Thin Man
     
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    sunset boulevard
    glengarry glen ross
    paris, texas
    rebecca criterion
    planet of the apes (2001)
     
  12. Jeff Bamberger

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    I'll give you 6:
    Indy 1
    Indy 2
    Indy 3
    SW 4
    SW 5
    SW 6
     
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    The Chipmunk Adventure.
    Pretty In Pink.
    Ripe.
    Some Kind of Wonderful.
    The Wizard.
     
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    1) The Color Purple (non-flipper)
    2) Murder By Death
    3) Indy Trilogy
    4) Back to the Future Trilogy
    5) "Reserved for future consideration" [​IMG]
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    1. Star Wars Trilogy Box Set
    2. Indiana Jones Trilogy Box Set
    3. Back to the Future Trilogy Box Set
    4. Trainspotting Criterion or Super Duper Special Edition
    5. E.T. Uncut(no talking out of FBI guys guns) [​IMG]
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  17. Kyle McKnight

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    You know why I love threads like this, they remind you of so many movies you really enjoy, that you've just forgotten about. Time to write these babies down.
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    Omega Man/Soylent Green Double-feature
    Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde (1931, 1941) Double-feature
    The Bad News Bears
    The Martian Chronicles full miniseries
    Looney Tunes- The Collector's Edition
    Okay, so I cheated a little bit.
     
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    1. Godfather Trilogy (I know it's coming, but IT AIN'T HERE YET DAMMIT!)
    2. Star Wars Trilogy
    3. Indy Trilogy
    4. BTF Trilogy
    5. Glengary Glen Ross
     
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    Darrin said no Star Wars, Indiana Jones or BTTF. All great choices, but way to obvious.
    Far and away my #1: Better off Dead
    In no paticular order the rest: Aladdin, Joe vs. the Volcano, Delicatessen, Cemetary Man
    I could name around a hundred more, but I'll stick with 5.
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