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#14: Heat (1995, every actor on the planet, Warner Brothers)



The greatest gunfight scene in any movie I've ever seen. Just a great movie overall and demo material for flexing you surround sound's muscles.
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Daniel Craig is meh.
And yet, still much better than Pierce Brosnan. His Bond movies were practically cartoons.
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#15: UHF (1989, Weird Al Yankovic/Michael Richards/Fran Drescher, MGM)



If you have seen this, you know why it's on any comedy related best-of list.
If you haven't seen this, either do so now or jump off a bridge.
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And yet, still much better than Pierce Brosnan. His Bond movies were practically cartoons.
I'll give you that for Die Another Day. Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies & The World is not Enough are all awesome.
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#13: Jackie Brown (1997, Pam Grier/Robert Forster/Samuel L. Jackson/slew of others, Miramax)



The most overlooked/underrated of the Tarantino movies.
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I'll give you that for Die Another Day. Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies & The World is not Enough are all awesome.
Yeah... they really aren't. They're all cheesy as fuck. All with good male casts and awful female leads and characters. The scripts are diabolical too.
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awful female leads and characters.
Famke Janssen > Every other female character in any Bond movie.
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#12: Casino (1995, Robert DeNiro/Sharon Stone/Joe Pesci, Universal)



Joe Pesci's best character, ever.
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