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WITNESS23
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quote:

tuck




How did it take that long to say Usual Suspects?






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WDE85
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I just found out that Stephen King wrote the book that The Mist is based on. He writes fantastic endings to his books.





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wildtigercat93
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Usual Suspects is one that i knew the ending before i watched it and it still blew my mind





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Tiger1242
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Look at that wobbly fricker fixing to fall over






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Escobar600
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25th Hour
Inception
The Grey



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Rougarou4lsu
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WITNESS23
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Usual Suspects is one that i knew the ending before i watched it and it still blew my mind


That's awesome






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WITNESS23
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Look at that wobbly fricker fixing to fall over








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JPLIII
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Primal Fear






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Pectus
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Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and it really isn't close.





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jizzle6609
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Outbreak





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BrownBear
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the departed

YES






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TygerTyger
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Birdy.


Great underrated movie.

My vote: Raiders of the Lost Ark

quote:

Maj. Eaton: We have top men working on it now.

Indiana: Who?

Maj. Eaton: Top... men.


Cue monstrous warehouse packed with nondescript crates.....






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Dubosed
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There will be Blood





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Backinthe615
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Off the grid, but the last scene in Oh God when Burns meets Denver for a last time then walks into that impossibly sundrenched field with the 70s-type string score going.


...and Caddyshack duh






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SteveLSU35
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Unecessary Roughness, Paul Blake completes the two point conversion to tommy banks while having Flat top has a 30 yard straight sprint at for a sure sack. Only have his face mask blown off by a crushing block my Big Manu Manu the slender.





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TigerWatts
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fight club hands down

Good Will Hunting as well

Also The Graduate



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Fenwick86
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Strangers on a Train





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YumYum Sauce
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castaway





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wildtigercat93
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Al pacino giving the finger to the Sharks and taking Steaming Willie Beaman away from them in a move that certainly broke multiple CBA laws was pretty boss of an ending for a football flick





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