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The Wizard Of Floyd.

Get the film The Wizard Of Oz and Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd. Start playing Dark Side Of The Moon immediately before or after the third roar of the MGM lion. Wish You Were Here is the second half of The Wizard Of Floyd soundtrack. When Dark Side Of The Moon ends down to the last very faint heartbeat (on screen you should see the Tin Man falling backwards & being caught by Dorothy and The Scarecrow)pause the film and put on Wish You Were Here... then unpause the film and start Wish You Were Here at the same time. I won't give away all the syncs in the film because they're fun to watch and listen to however you'll know you have the sync correct when duringthe little Moog solo at the end of the Wish You Were Here album as the witch is slowly melting the Moog solo is slowly fading out. When the witch has completely melted the Moog solo has completely faded out and the album ends there. For those of you who have trouble synching Dark Side Of The Moon you'll know you're in synch when after the warning bells (alarms)of the song "Time" ring warning that the mean lady is coming to Dorothys' home to take Toto away you'll notice that the alarms dwindle as she gets off her bike... and the key to the synch is 'at the same time as the fence door slams on her butt the first bass slap tones in the song "Time".' I did this with my friend over 6 years ago figuring that since Dark Side Of The Moon ends practically halfway through the film it is only logical that Pink Floyds' next album should cover the rest of the film and it does till Dorothys' mission is completed with the "hit" on the witch. "Money, It's a hit, Don't give me that do goody-good bullshit" is sung precisely when the Good Witches' ball appears. The Good Witch appears all nice however she leads Dorothy to do a "hit" on the witch. When Dorothy finaly does the "hit" on the witch that's where The Wizard Of Floyd ends.

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I've seen The Shawshank Redemption a thousand times on TBS, USA, AMC, HBO, TNT, A&E, Encore, and on Spike and if i just happen to see a single frame of it i usally watch it. I missed super bowls because of it. Said no to sex because of it. The best part is i have it on VHS,DVD,Laptop,and IPOD and i will sit and watch the commercials when its on cable! Saving Pvt Ryan and the Band of Brothers series are others movies i have to finish watching. Even if i have to go to work, i usually record it on tivo and watch it later!

:lol: I'm taking it you really like the film!

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I'll third this one as well.

At one point I'd have said Lord of the Rings, but watching all 3 extended ones in a row in one day made me realise there was only so much of it I can watch at once!

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All the Star Wars movies. The Dirty Harry movies. Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, and Christmas Vacation. Lots of others I can't think of right now.

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Alice's Restaurant, Spinal Tap, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, TSRTS.

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wow, there's a bunch. so here's a few

king kong 1933

robin hood 1938

mogambo 1953

war of the worlds 1953

the beatles "help"

monty python's "holy grail"

blazing saddles

the omen

star wars

jurassic park

brave heart

kill bill vol. I

when i was a teenager i worked at a small town movie theater. i saw a bunch of classics. the one's that stick out are, blazing saddles, the black people was laughing harder than the whites.

the omen. people where actually leaving, shaking uncontrolably, and crying. the scariest movie ever.

and star wars, when it came out on the big screen, it was "wow, holy shit!", nobody had ever seen anything like those special effects before.

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In no particular order:

Star Wars IV (the first one made, from '77)

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Love Actually

The Sound of Music

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

The Secret Policeman's Other Ball

Bridget Jones' Diary (I; not so much II)

Rocky Horror Picture Show (every now and then)

All of the Harry Potter movies

The Godfather

Goodfellas

Jaws

My Big Fat Greek Wedding

Peter's Friends

Dirty Dancing

4 Weddings and a Funeral

I'll probably think of more later B)

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well BLADE 2

and

The Wizard Of Floyd.

Get the film The Wizard Of Oz and Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd. Start playing Dark Side Of The Moon immediately before or after the third roar of the MGM lion. Wish You Were Here is the second half of The Wizard Of Floyd soundtrack. When Dark Side Of The Moon ends down to the last very faint heartbeat (on screen you should see the Tin Man falling backwards & being caught by Dorothy and The Scarecrow)pause the film and put on Wish You Were Here... then unpause the film and start Wish You Were Here at the same time. I won't give away all the syncs in the film because they're fun to watch and listen to however you'll know you have the sync correct when duringthe little Moog solo at the end of the Wish You Were Here album as the witch is slowly melting the Moog solo is slowly fading out. When the witch has completely melted the Moog solo has completely faded out and the album ends there. For those of you who have trouble synching Dark Side Of The Moon you'll know you're in synch when after the warning bells (alarms)of the song "Time" ring warning that the mean lady is coming to Dorothys' home to take Toto away you'll notice that the alarms dwindle as she gets off her bike... and the key to the synch is 'at the same time as the fence door slams on her butt the first bass slap tones in the song "Time".' I did this with my friend over 6 years ago figuring that since Dark Side Of The Moon ends practically halfway through the film it is only logical that Pink Floyds' next album should cover the rest of the film and it does till Dorothys' mission is completed with the "hit" on the witch. "Money, It's a hit, Don't give me that do goody-good bullshit" is sung precisely when the Good Witches' ball appears. The Good Witch appears all nice however she leads Dorothy to do a "hit" on the witch. When Dorothy finaly does the "hit" on the witch that's where The Wizard Of Floyd ends.

it's called "the dark side of oz", and you can start at each of the 3 roars. and it sync's up alittle better for diff, parts of the movie. there's really only a few sync's. if you see more it's pushing it a bit. close but no cigar.

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Evil Dead II

Reanimator

Godfather

Godfather II

Barbarella

Forbidden Planet

The Day the Earth Stood Still

War of the Worlds (50's version)

Midway

Battle of the Bulge

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Dazed and Confused, because it just kills me.

Excalibur, because of the whole nature as "The Dragon" thing.

Christopher Guest movies (Spinal Tap's the only one I own, though).

Monty Python and the Quest for the Holy Grail- for the Camelot song and dance, and also the main theme music.

Hmm, too bad there wasn't a Ren and Stimpy movie, or that would probably be on the list.

How 'bout "Slums of Beverly Hills?" Love that one.

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Apocalypse Now Redux

Slapshot

Rocky

Patton

The Treasure of Sierra Madres

The Wall

History of World Part I

Predator

The Great Escape

Cool Hand Luke

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THE SHINING

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Arthur

and Seinfeld reruns (I guess that doesn't count for movies but I had to mention it)

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Dumb And Dumber

The Sixth Sense

Forrest Gump

Fargo

The Ten Commandments

Back To The Future

Teen Wolf

Boogie Nights

L.A. Confidential

Home Alone

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THE SHINING

Crap, I can only take that one about every 5 years, or so! :lol:

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