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Old 01-17-2013, 06:47 AM   #2076
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Awesome work, JBond. These were a fun read.

My personal list:

1.Raiders of the Lost Ark
2.Minority Report
3.Munich
4.Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
5.E.T.
6.Jaws
7.Catch Me If You Can
8.Jurassic Park
9.Saving Private Ryan
10.Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
11.Schindler's List
12.Lincoln
13.War of the Worlds
14.The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicotn
15.The Lost World: Jurassic Park
16.Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
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Old 01-17-2013, 06:48 AM   #2077
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Another great read.

I'm surprised there are 12 Spielberg films I've never seen. Mainly the crappy ones, though (and #1).
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Old 01-17-2013, 06:50 AM   #2078
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Great list Jibbs

Catch Me If You Can would be higher on my list and possibly switch places with Munich

And Saving Private Ryan and Jurassic Park would probably be reversed - I was absolutely brought to tears and bawled my eyes out when the elder Ryan was standing at the graves at Normandy with his family and and shakily, quietly said to his wife:

Elder James Ryan: Tell me I have led a good life.
Ryan's Wife: What?
Elder James Ryan: Tell me I'm a good man.
Ryan's Wife: You *are*.

It brings tears to my eyes again as I think about it this morning - I think it may have effected me so much because I've spent a lot of time in rehabs, which are also retirement homes for elderly who need a higher level of care, and have spoken for hours with veterans of World War 2, the Korean War, and some from the Vietnam war.
Those first and last scenes that take place in the present ring very true.

Rule number one in war - young men (and women) die.
Rule number two - doctors can't change rule number one
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Saving Private Ryan came out when I was in the Army, and I actually saw it in the theatre at the time. I think that due to my circumstances at the time, that movie affected me more than it probably would have had I first watched it any other time in my life.
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Old 01-17-2013, 07:08 AM   #2080
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4. Saving Private Ryan (1998)


It used to bother me that the whole plot of the movie was based on a stupid idea. Sending all these people, many who die, to bring one person back so we can feel better about ourselves?
Here is the history behind that policy:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sole_Survivor_Policy

There are very real reasons for it, stupid as it may seem - no one family should suffer a loss so great, and bear that burden.
It kind of goes hand in hand with The Ranger Creed 5th Stanza
Energetically will I meet the enemies of my country. I shall defeat them on the field of battle for I am better trained and will fight with all my might. Surrender is not a Ranger word. I will never leave a fallen comrade to fall into the hands of the enemy and under no circumstances will I ever embarrass my country.
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Old 01-17-2013, 11:31 AM   #2081
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jaws is his master work.

still haven't seen schindler's list though... the only movie on the list i have avoided.
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My personal Top Five:

1. Saving Private Ryan
2. Raiders of the Lost Ark
3. Hook
4. Munich
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Hook is fantastic, one of those vastly enjoyable movies that got piss-poor reviews. I'll go to my grave protecting it from the Scrooge-like curmudgeons who never had a childhood.
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30. Quint tells of the Indianapolis – Jaws (1975)



No better way to start off the list but with a scene about telling a story. But it's a perfect mood setter for the shark that's on his way.
I sometimes wish I were a man, so I could do this monologue.


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18. Trapped with spikes – Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)



Pretty intense. Also, the dialogue between Indy and Willie is as sharp as it gets.
My siblings and I would quote and re-quote this scene to the point of making our parents crazy. We did this with many scenes....


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15. Tanks and horses – Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)



Could you ask for a better finale? (It's kind of a finale...)
Arguably, my favorite action sequence ever.


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14. Shark attacks Chrissie – Jaws (1975)



Bu-dum. Bu-dum.
This opener made me question if I wanted to even continue watching (I was young and it was scary). But I did. And now I love sharks. Go figure.


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8. Kitchen scene – Jurassic Park (1993)



It’s tense, funny, and brilliant.
This scene made want to be IN the movie (I was an adventurous child).



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5. I could have got more – Schindler’s List (1993)



I've cried during maybe 2 movies in my life. This is one of them. From mercenary to altruist.
I'm much the same. Only a hand full have made me truly cry. I had managed to keep my composure until this moment. I was watching with my classmates. I don't think any of us weren't tearing up at this point.


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1. T-Rex breaks loose – Jurassic Park (1993)



Nothing will ever compare to when that T-Rex breaks out of the cage and roars. Nothing. I'll never forget seeing that for the first time 20 years ago at the perfectly appropriate age of 10. But this also includes the genius scene where only a layer of glass separates the kids and the mouth of a T-Rex, it includes the flares and when the T-Rex is face to face with Lexi and Dr. Grant. I will always grin like an idiot during this scene and I’m not alone.
This scene changed how I viewed movie forever.



Nice list (or should I say lists) my friend.

And for the record, loved Hook. It's the perfect childhood adventure, realized on celluloid.
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Oh yeah - that Indianapolis monologue by Quint is absolutely chilling.

According to the Making of Jaws documentary -
Robert Shaw tried to do the scene drunk, as he was an alcoholic and frequently drank between takes anyway - Roy Scheider called him a perfect gentleman when sober but after one drink he turned into a "competitive son of a *****" after just one drink - Richard Dreyfuss just dealt with it by tossing his booze into the ocean.
Anyway, the intoxicated footage was a complete mess and unusable - Shaw called Speiberg that night, profusely apologized, and asked for another chance - that's what you see in the movie - and a great deal of it was rewritten by Shaw himself.
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Yeah, it's an exaggeration of what really happened, I've heard.
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True. Most sailors died from exposure and then were scavenged by the sharks. Still a tragic event.
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Last Crusade better than Raiders? You're crazy.
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True. Most sailors died from exposure and then were scavenged by the sharks. Still a tragic event.
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Not really an exaggeration - the numbers in his speech are pretty accurate to at least the wiki account http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Ind...is_%28CA-35%29

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Pounding and screaming as he says in the movie would probably only draw the sharks in closer but that part is true too - the amount of sharks attacking the living was comparatively rare but largely depended upon what group you were with too.
Still a horrible thing to go through and one of the largest shark attacks on record I think

Youtube play list for the Discovery Channel episode "Ocean of Fear" A dramatized documentary recreation with interviews of actual surviving members of the USS Indianapolis:
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That would have to be a rare opinion for me to be crazy.
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I, too, prefer Crusades. Crusades took the great things about Raiders and amped it up. Love it.
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JJBonds another great countdown, and while I don't agree on some of the order, it's a great read.
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Agreed. One of the better lists I've seen in awhile. Got me to thinking about jumping on the list bandwagon.
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Top 10 Favorite Baseball Occurrences

With a new baseball season on the way, here we go...

In case you couldn't tell, I thought long and hard about what word I should use for where "occurrences" now stands. Because this is a broad list that doesn't just include my favorite moments, like home runs or catches, but also games, series, and even longer stretches of time. I thought it'd be more fun to get a few different kinds of things in there, but all 10 (12) occur on the field. I've only been a baseball fan for about 5 years, but I've spent many hours watching rankings on the MLB Network. Things like greatest catches, home runs, moments, and so on. Most of my list is from the stuff I've learned from there and have grown to love about baseball.

I've tried to include videos for them all, because otherwise, what's the point?


Honorable Mention #3: Curtis Granderson Robs Grady Sizemore: The Call That Wasn't



May 8th, 2009

http://mlb.mlb.com/video/play.jsp?co...78819&c_id=mlb

This one isn't near as epic as all of the others, it's just this little thing I really love. It's not even the catch, which is good, but nothing to write home about. No, it's the CALL for this robbery that I love. Specifically, the TV announcer call from the team that HIT the ball, the Indians. Just watch and listen, it's hilarious. The announcer's reaction is priceless.

(To be fair to the catch itself, although it's not the greatest catch ever made, it was pretty damn important as it would have been a walk-off home run. Instead, one out later, it preserved Justin Verlander's 2-hit shutout.)


Honorable Mention #2: Bill Mazeroski's 1960 World Series, Game 7 Walk-Off Home Run



October 13th, 1960

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Only one of the biggest home runs in World Series history. Keep in mind that at this point the New York Yankees had won 7 of the last 11 World Series (and 8 of the last 13) and the Pirates hadn't even been in a World Series since 1927 (lost to the Yankees) and hadn't won since 1925.

This is only one of two home runs in MLB history to end the World Series. The other one was hit by Joe Carter of the Toronto Blue Jays in the 1993 World Series in Game 6 (this will not be on the list).

Often forgotten about the 1960 walk-off is that they were down by 3 runs in the bottom of the 8th, scored five runs, gave up two in the 9th to tie it, and THEN won it in the bottom of the 9th, making it a very crazy finish. (If you ever watch it, there's an even crazier occurrence in the top of the 9th where Mickey Mantle makes an amazing move to avoid getting tagged at first in an attempted double play. Had he been tagged, the Yankees would have lost right there. Instead, this allowed the game to be tied up. Had the Yankees won this series, this move of Mantle's would have been very famous.)

This is the home run you dream about.

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    New York Yankees             0  0  0    0  1  4    0  2  2     9 13  1
    Pittsburgh Pirates           2  2  0    0  0  0    0  5  1    10 11  0

Honorable Mention #1: Ted Williams Bats .406



September 28th, 1941

This article blurb I found on it basically sums up why I like it and why it represents the Golden Age so well, and how it compares to some players and teams today:


(Copied from The Bleacher Report)

On the last day of the 2011 baseball season, Jose Reyes needed one hit to secure his first National League batting title. Leading off the bottom of the first inning in what would be his last game as a Met, Reyes dropped down a bunt, beat it out and promptly walked off the field for a pinch runner.

He won the batting title sitting on the bench.

Seventy years earlier, in a season-ending doubleheader, Ted Williams took a predictably more gutsy approach.

Williams entered the final game of the season with a .3996 batting average, which manager Joe Cronin pointed out to Williams would be rounded up to .400.

Williams was said to reply, "If I can't hit .400 all the way, I don't deserve it."

He promptly went out and went 6-8 in the doubleheader to finish at .406. No player has hit .400 in a season since.
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10. Randy Johnson Hits A Bird



March 24th, 2001

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One great thing about baseball is there are so many freaking games per year that you're guarenteed to see something weird every year, but perhaps nothing was weirder than the day Randy Johnson hit a bird dead on with a fastball. Of all the games I've ever watched, I've never even seen a bird go between the mound and the batter, let alone going by at that exact MILLISECOND to be hit as this bird was. It was one in a billion.


9. The Most Amazing World Series That Wasn't



October 16th, 1962

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You're going to notice that a few of my favorite moments are moments of tragedy. As a fan of baseball you'd like to think of it being this romantic thing where when the moment came, the big hit would happen. It feels that way because you don't hear about the ones that didn't quite make it. And for whatever dark reason, this fascinates me.

In 1962, the World Series went down to the wire like never before. It was Game 7, bottom of the ninth, the Giants were down by one run, but they had runners on 2nd and 3rd...both in scoring position. When there was only one guy on, Willie Mays got a double to set this up leading to Willie McCovey at the plate...as in McCovey Cove. A hit wins the game, an out loses it. So what happens? He ****ing LINES OUT to the second baseman. Tough ****ing luck. But you know what the best part is? I said this series went down to the wire like none before, but that's ignoring the World Series from 2 years ago where Mazeroski hit the walk-off (see: Honorable Mention #2). The pitcher that gave up that devestating home run? Ralph Terry. The same pitcher here. The same pitcher who would get lucky two years later when his second baseman caught the series winning lineout. Baseball gives and takes.



8. Game 162






September 28th, 2011

I'll never forget this day. So many things were decided on that last day, I couldn't believe it. The Cardinals had to win to get in and Carpenter shutout the Astros. The Braves had been crashing for a good month and completed it with their loss to the Phillies, losing their chances for the playoffs to the Cards. Same thing with the Red Sox who had to win and Papelbon blew it in the bottom of the ninth. And most amazing of all, the Rays were down 0-7 in the bottom of the 8th and had to win to get in (and a Red Sox lost). They scored SIX runs in the 8th and then Dan Johnson, with 2 outs in the 9th, hit a game tying home run. Then in the 12th, Longoria hit a walk-off homerun...about 7 minutes after the Red Sox lost to the Orioles.

Unfortunately, some idiot decided a second wild card would make more of these moments. (Selig. It was Selig.)


7. Bill Buckner (and Steve Bartman)





October 25th, 1986
October 14th, 2003


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Yep, another tragedy that I'm sadistically putting in my list. It's not so much Buckner losing the World Series for the cursed Red Sox that intrigues me. It's that he was so viled for years that he had to move...because of a game. Nevermind the fact that the game was already tied at this point and it wasn't just his fault. Boston needed a scapegoat and BOY did they crucify one. Sure, they forgave him...20 years later, and only because they won a World Series...in fact, I think his ceremony was after they won TWO series. It's an interesting look into the beast that is baseball and it's fans...which is why I also include Steve Bartman in this segment. Same damn thing, but even worse. Bartman did what so many people have done before, only this time, the Cubs decided to play like **** for many more runs and lost their chances at a World Series, and THEN everyone blamed him. That's how pathetic the Cubs are.
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Bill Buckner didn't lose the World Series. They had one game left to f--k up. And the Steve Bartman thing was equally stupid. The Marlins simply picked up momentum when the Cubs were mindf--ked by something so trivial.
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Pretty much.
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Red Sox fans are the biggest babies in all of sports and they always look for scapegoats like Bill Buckner, Bobby Valentine, or chicken and beer in the dugout whenever they screw up. You don't see San Diego Padre fans or Seattle Mariners fans reacting like that when their teams suck, in part because they haven't been put up on some ridiculous unearned pedestal by the East Coast media the way that the Red Sox are.
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For the record, The Cubs themselves never blamed Bartman and acknowledged their own mental breakdown after the play. It was mostly the fans that went after him, sadly.


Though after a century of heartbreak, you can almost understand.
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