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Dennis Reynolds

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  1. My Top 50 Favorite Movies of All Time

    Did my top 25 on another site earlier today and figured I might as well extend it for here If I did this tomorrow it would probably be slightly different but whatever... 1. After Hours (Martin Scorsese, 1985) 2. The Thing (John Carpenter, 1982) 3. Groundhog Day (Harold Ramis, 1993) 4. Heathers (Michael Lehmann, 1988) 5. Batman (Tim Burton, 1989) 6. Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (Irvin Kershner, 1980) 7. Used Cars (Robert Zemeckis, 1980) 8. Dick Tracy (Warren Beatty, 1990) 9. Alien (Ridley Scott, 1979) 10. Bulworth (Warren Beatty, 1998) 11. The Fly (David Cronenberg, 1986) 12. Miller's Crossing (Joel Coen, 1990) 13. High Fidelity (Stephen Frears, 2000) 14. Citizen Ruth (Alexander Payne, 1996) 15. Ed Wood (Tim Burton, 1994) 16. RoboCop (Paul Verhoeven, 1987) 17. National Lampon's Animal House (John Landis, 1978) 18. Star Wars (George Lucas, 1977) 19. Ghostbusters (Ivan Reitman, 1984) 20. Assault on Precinct 13 (John Carpenter, 1976) 21. Coraline (Henry Selick, 2009) 22. Back to the Future (Robert Zemeckis, 1985) 23. Bonnie and Clyde (Arthur Penn, 1967) 24. Batman Returns (Tim Burton, 1992) 25. Pulp Fiction (Quentin Tarantino, 1994) 26. Who Framed Roger Rabbit (Robert Zemeckis, 1988) 27. Unforgiven (Clint Eastwood, 1992) 28. American Psycho (Mary Harron, 2000) 29. The Jerk (Carl Reiner, 1979) 30. A Quiet Place (John Krasinski, 2018) 31. Fast Times at Ridgemont High (Amy Heckerling. 1982) 32. Evil Dead II (Sam Raimi, 1987) 33. The Little Mermaid (Ron Clements & John Musker, 1989) 34. Diner (Barry Levinson, 1982) 35. Rope (Alfred Hitchcock, 1948) 36. The War of the Roses (Danny DeVito, 1989) 37. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Jim Sharman, 1975) 38. They Live (John Carpenter, 1988) 39. Bad Santa (Terry Zwigoff, 2003) 40. Event Horizon (Paul W.S. Anderson, 1997) 41. La La Land (Damien Chazelle, 2016) 42. Barbarella (Roger Vadim, 1968) 43. Bullets Over Broadway (Woody Allen, 1994) 44. Beetlejuice (Tim Burton, 1988) 45. 8 Mile (Curtis Hanson, 2002) 46. The Wizard of Oz (Victor Fleming, 1939) 47. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (Nicholas Meyer, 1982) 48. Pleasantville (Gary Ross, 1998) 49. Hellraiser (Clive Barker, 1987) 50. Galaxy Quest (Dean Parisot, 1999) @Dan there's some horror flicks on here, albeit ones I've probably already mentioned to you. My cream of the crop, I guess. @Taylor no guarantees on if you would personally like them, but if you're still interested in seeking out some movies in general I obviously love all these. @Daenerys I would guess you'd have LLL higher up, but bear in mind that it's still in the top 1.5% of all movies I've ever seen @Coca-Cola @Juinae @LittleDudeNT5 because why not
  2. Isn't that like 17 hours worth of time? I wish I liked any song ever as much as you love this
  3. Yes, iTunes, that site it was discounted on.
  4. They wanted to bag the top spot, this helped that.
  5. Not even fucking close
  6. Achievement

    This title is like a setup for a "Who's on first?" routine.
  7. Rumor

    Needs more Chanel No. 5.
  8. Tbh I don't think I ever heard The Way when it was new but then I don't listen to the radio all that much now (at least major stations) and especially in like 2013 I doubt I listened to it at all. I'm pretty sure I heard it for the first time maybe like half a year ago when I bought Yours Truly. I like Problem (for the record I think this was probably the song that made me aware of Ariana), but I can see what you mean about it wearing thin. My mom actually fucking loves Ariana and overplays music in general, so I've probably heard that one, Focus and Side to Side like hundreds of extra times each thanks to her playing her stuff at home and in the car
  9. Agreed, although I like all of her leads a good deal
  10. It's good, I like it. I can see what some of you mean about it not truly grabbing you/pulling you in, and yea, I don't immediately wanna hear it over and over like some songs, but it's a well above-average produced song and I do predict I'll hear it plenty of times, if perhaps not on absolute repeat.
  11. It probably has something to do with Zayn getting promo spots that he just cancels while Tinashe gets snubbed. I think that's just generally the root of all evil.
  12. It is, and welcome back...