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    Good Burger, Boogyman and of course, any Katherine Hegil movie outside of Knocked up. Can't change the channel when those gems are on.

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    Bravehart, White Men Can't Jump, and for some reason Wild Hogs. I have seen the last one way too many times and I have no idea why....

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    Happened to me last night with Heat. Caught it before the bank robbery and couldn't turn away...

    Heat is a top 5 crime movie of all time.

    1. The Godfather
    2. The Godfather, Part II
    3. Goodfellas
    4. Heat
    5. Scarface

    I would even put Heat at #3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewMarketSean View Post
    Happened to me last night with Heat. Caught it before the bank robbery and couldn't turn away...

    Heat is a top 5 crime movie of all time.

    1. The Godfather
    2. The Godfather, Part II
    3. Goodfellas
    4. Heat
    5. Scarface

    I would even put Heat at #3.
    I know Heat was the first time DeNiro and Pacino were in the same scene in a movie, but it was a bit of a letdown to me. It was much better than Righteous Kill, but still, no chance I'd put it ahead of Goodfellas, or even in my top 5. Donnie Brasco was better than Heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonySoprano View Post
    I know Heat was the first time DeNiro and Pacino were in the same scene in a movie, but it was a bit of a letdown to me. It was much better than Righteous Kill, but still, no chance I'd put it ahead of Goodfellas, or even in my top 5. Donnie Brasco was better than Heat.
    I was hesitant to put it in with mafia movies, since it's about criminals, not gangsters. But it is still a crime drama and a damn good one too.

    Michael Mann's best film, by far, and probably one of the best L.A. movies that exist.

    As you can tell, I am very high on this movie.

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    Goodfellas
    Back to the Future
    Raising Arizona
    Trading Places
    Animal House

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonySoprano View Post
    I know Heat was the first time DeNiro and Pacino were in the same scene in a movie, but it was a bit of a letdown to me. It was much better than Righteous Kill, but still, no chance I'd put it ahead of Goodfellas, or even in my top 5. Donnie Brasco was better than Heat.
    Isn't there an urban legend that DiNiro and Pacino actually filmed their scene at separate times, since they're never actually in frame together?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nigel Tufnel View Post
    Isn't there an urban legend that DiNiro and Pacino actually filmed their scene at separate times, since they're never actually in frame together?
    Maybe, but I think they definitely were together for the diner scene and the last scene.

    I could have sworn there was a wide shot of them both sitting at the diner table at the start of that scene. Maybe they were just publicity photos.


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    Oh, The Big Lebowski. Can't help but watch it, even if it's just 5 minutes.

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    Shawshank and Ocean's 11. The first two Major League movies.

    Lots of random Comedy Central movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaltimoreTerp View Post
    Shawshank and Ocean's 11. The first two Major League movies.

    Lots of random Comedy Central movies.
    Charlie Sheen Comedy Central movies. Men at Work, The Chase, Hot Shots Part Deux.

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    Red Dawn. ON AMC right now BTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccbird View Post
    Red Dawn. ON AMC right now BTW.
    Oooh that's a good one. WOLVERINES!

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    I dvr'd Alien on the high def big screen the other day. Yikes!

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    Lots of great movies here, but here's a few that I can think of:
    Shawshank Redemption
    The Green Mile
    Bull Durham
    Field of Dreams
    Crimson Tide
    Gladiator
    Young Frankenstein

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