Not on cable, noobroom, dvd, at home, or in the backseat of your moms minivan...I mean you saw this movie the way it was meant to be seen, in the theater.
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The Fellowship of the Ring
Harry Potter and the Philosophers StoneWhat I hope happens is that,
As soon as I take my last breath, I wake up in my childhood home, walk down the stairs and all my loved ones will be sitting around the table, my dad will pull out a chair and say 'Hello son with have missed you'.
I would then look down to see all my past pets sitting at my feet and I would tell everyone how much I loved and love them.
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One of my favorite film experiences. Prior to seeing it in 2007, I always feared not being able to see an all-time great masterpiece in theaters during my life. I was smiling ear to ear the entire runtime. The next best thing was when I had the opportunity to see Lawrence of Arabia in a theater during a special screening."My only enemy is time." - Charlie Chaplin
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the best in terms of how i reacted to them were:
the empire strikes back. being in a full theater with darth vader dropping the biggest mind fuk ever was a 10/10 hnnnnnnnng memory
later on, believe it or not.......die hard. was one of the first movies i saw in a theater with surround sound. and the action and explosions blew my mind, almost literally.*always pick 4 crew*
*house stark crew*
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This is like asking me to pick my favorite movie. That's impossible.
Movies I've seen:
Star Wars - new and old trilogy(when they re-released the old trilogy)
Dark Knight trilogy
Matrix trilogyBPI Sports-Forum Representative
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