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hewzy
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id say mine was part. Jesse jus made me laugh!!! What was that dance in his bedroom all about??
I thought part 3 was quailty to. What do you guys think???

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Just the first one.
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1 and 2
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1 was the best
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Love the first 3 and Freddy vs Jason is a lot of fun. I used to love the 4th too, but after a recent rewatch of all the films I found it quite poor.
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The 1st one ruled.
Part 2 was decent.
Part 3 was probably the best sequel - The puppet/vein scene really stuck with me after I saw it...and the Freddy snake.
Sadly, I thought the rest were pretty pathetic. Freddy should shut his big yap and kill! It worked for Jason And Michael.

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I love the original best. That scene where Heather Langenkamp is listening to Hamlet in English class and her dead, body-bagged friend sits next to her, then gets dragged down the hall leaving a blood streak. awesome!
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I like the first 3 and I really like the song dream warriors by Dokken from the 3rd flick.. Dokken has always been a favorite... [Razz]
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the third installment was the best.

holla

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I thought the frist one was the best aswell.
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The first and the third is may favorites. I like the soundtrack of the 3rd. I have Into The Fire and Dream Warriors on one of my LPs.

There something strange, however. I have the 3rd on VHS but Into The Fire is not there (but at the end of the movie you can see what songs where played, and it's supposed to be there). On the DVD you get both Into The Fire and Dream Warriors in the movie.

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Part one - very good, part 2 - very very poor, part 3 - the best.
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Nothing really to surprise here:

I love the 1st and 3rd elm street movie.

I was reeeeally scared when i saw the nightmare on elm street first time (was about 12 years old or something).

And i love Dokken too. Dream Warriors and Into the Fire are awesome songs!

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#1 was the most realistic for me. I loved when he was introduced in the dark alley.
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Yeah gotta go with the first.
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1,3, 4, and 5 were the best!!!!!!!!!
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1 and 2 were the best, IMVHO.
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First was bar-none the best, I remember the trailers showing freddy in shadow walking down the alley with his arms suddenly long and extended touching each side, letting you know he wasn't just some human with an axe or something.

OOoh Oooh..ScAAaaaaaAAAAAAAAaaaAAry! [Big Grin]

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i always liked renny harlins elm street 4 the best,but found the creepiest sequel to be part 2,way better than its reputation would have you believe.

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I like all of them except for part 6..that was a let down.
the remake was like watching a freddy parody..it didn't work for me.

The do often go back to parts 2, 3, 4 and new nightmare..

part 4 had some great death scenes.

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It's funny I just watched Nightmare 3 before getting on here.

Say did anybody else pick up on all the subtle messages of Four though? It was kind of deep in a way.

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Part Three was my favorite. Lol...I'm not alone, seems the most popular on here as well. The remake was sooooo awful. I'm glad I didn't go to the theatre for it.
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Part 3
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Besides part one, part three is definitely the best. Freddy in a tuxedo. Need I say more??
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I understand the love part 3 is getting, but for me the best will always be the original. I can watch it now and laugh .. but I can remember folks actually being freaked out by it in the 80's. The premise was brilliant and the way it was filmed was just creepy as all get out.

And the remastered Blu-ray mentioned on the other thread will only make you appreciate this movie even more.

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