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even though i dnt wanna be a guy, the idea of edward nortons part in fight club was pretty awesome
Favorite Line From A Movie
"it's not personal, It's just business"
Favorite Scene From A Movie
the baptism scene in the godfather where michael son is being christened while all of his enemies are being taken out, the restaurant scene where michael kills the crooked cop and his father's mobster enemy- i still get nervous every time i watch that part, in the godfather part II i love all of deniro's scenes as vito Corleone, In goodfellas when they put billy bates in the trunk of their car, then they drop by (joe pesci's ) mom's house to get a knife and then comfortably have dinner while an almost dead guy is still in the trunk- priceless! any scene from Casino, the only parts with sharon stone that i like is when deniro is dragging her across the floor and kicking her out of the house and when she overdosed in the end :)The last scene from scarface-EPIC, The scene in Terminator 2 where sarah connor is trying to escape the mental institution and then she sees the terminator again and hes like "come with me if you want to live"
The Godfather Iand II, Taxi Driver, GoodFellas, Casino,The Shawshank Redemption, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Scarface, One flew over the cuckoo's nest, scent of a woman,Terminator 2- judgement day,Kill Bill Vol.2, Gran Torino,The Usual Suspects, American Beau
Al Pacino, Robert DeNiro, Joe Pesci, Jack Nicholson, Kevin Spacey
James Cameron, Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola