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1. The Seven Samurai
2. The Breakfast Club
3. Scent of a Woman
4. The Shawshank Redemption
5. The Warriors
6. Forrest Gump

1. Musa The Warrior: The Korean Brave Heart High budget realistic blood and guts and cinematography that rival anything made in the States.

2. Battle Royale: 9th grade class in Japan forced to kill each other till there is only one left. Great premise I don't think the US can handle that kinda fun.

3. Ong Bak the Thai Warrior: WOW!!! The next Bruce Lee is here and his name is Tony Jaaa.. no Strings no CGI just pure have to see it for yourselves kids..

4. Kung Fu Hustle: If you liked Shaolin Soccer than this is it. Funny and great Cinematography. This guy should direct the Dragon Ball Live Action film.

Mine is the Taskmaster. soon to be added to the A- list.

1. The New Thunderbolts
2. Cable & Deadpool
3. The Runaways
4. The New Avengers
5. Identity Disc
6. Richard Dragon
7. Excelsior (when it does comeout)
8. Villains United

Ya'll should check out the there are like intense heated debates wars about the New Avengers. I like it but I didn't like how it came about. The Death of certain Avengers in Avengers Dissassembled was unecessary.

Jo'din wrote:
Alright guys when can we expect to see these classics on DVD here in the states. My UK friends have them now it's our turn. Any thought to a new cartoon? Look what it's done for all the card games.

I don't know when its official but if ya can't wait there's always ebay but beware of the bootlegs...

Robert Head wrote:

By popular demand, we have opened up these new forums for your enjoyment.

Have at it!

More avatars!!! Lets have that cartoonish guy draw sum more stuff I like it!! Like the Races in 317 Xenophillia..

Its a toss up between the Scout and Favored Soul for me.

But I'm leaning on the Scout because I really like the skirmish ability.

1. Dragon issue 317 I liked the Xenophilia. I really enjoyed the new races introduced in this magazine. They were refreshingly different but playable. On top of that the Art was beautiful.

2. Dragon issue 304 Mercanaries for Hire. the Nameless Legion. What fun and brillaint stuff. Monster Mercenaries who kill and do it right. I enjoyed the art too.

3. Dragon issue 319 Dark Sun PHB. Made me wish that Wizards really did revive this campaign setting ofcourse only if it was done stictly by Wizards.

I have to say that I really like the guy who does the art for the ecology of... I wish he'd draw every single ecology of from here on out.

I also gotta say that Winning Races Diaboli is the best ya'll put out yet. The art was good and the concept too. Can't wait to use them.

1. Liches: its hard work to become one.

2. Vampires: The Sexiest of monsters

3. Orcs: Kinda root for these dumb bastids

4. Hobgoblins: Why are you guys not in the Players handbook as legitamate character race I don't know...its such an demihumancentric game...

5. Kenkus: Sneaky and evil. I can't wait to see ya'll on film.

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