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The Good Package
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1. Quick Change

2. The Score

3. The Great Train Robbery

4. Theif

5. Die Hard with a Vengence (it was a really clever plan)

honorable mentions, lightning jack's robbery, inside man

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Devolution here,

Robbery Movies.

Die Hard
I thought Inside Man was Genius
I don't love the movie but the Beginning and End of the Thomas Crown Affair was cool.
My wife would love to hear me say that I thought "To Steal A Million" is a good movie and a great robbery.
Mission Impossible 1 or Ghost Protocol

WE are DEVO

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i forgot about the thomas crown affair, after the sunset with pierce brosnan was a good one too
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all right the top 5 gambler/con man movies
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The Sting
Catch Me If You Can
Paper Moon
House of Games
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

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My top 5 Hustler, gambler, con men movies.

1. Diggstown
2. The Sting agian
3. Hard Times - with Charles Bronson
4. The Big Town - Matt Dillon and Tommy Lee Jones
5. The Color of Money

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Conman movie
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

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Anyone seen The Sting II (1983)?
It´s going to be released on dvd here next week.

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havent seen sting 2, makes me think of that joke from curb your enthusiasim, where jeff said he watched the sting 2 but never seen the orginal, larry was giving him hell about it

anyway my list

diggstown
the sting
poolhall junkies
dirty rotten scoundrels (good call gotta go)
kingpin

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i also like the movie rounders, but they could have casted better than matt damon, better casting would make for a better movie
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Thanks The Good Package. It is the only really good movie I could think of.
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Rounders is great but yeah why does Matt Damon always have to play someone who's IQ is over 1,000.

He can also apparently read everyone's hand at a table but for some reason can't see that KGB didn't have the spades. Terribly written scene.

How has nobody mentioned The Hustler?

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Nice to see Dirty Rotten Scoundrels mentioned. Very underrated!

The Ladykillers (1955) is another of my favourites.

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Reservoir Dogs.
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top 5 tales from the crypt episodes
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No order..

What's Cookin'?
And All Through the House
Split Personality
Cutting Cards
Four-Sided Triangle

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Ah top five Tales From the Crypt Episodes now this is a Top Five I can sink my fangs into.

Zigyma7ik I really like Four Sided Triangle, I'm going to hav a shirt made with a picture of the Scarecrow with the caption "He ain't no flesh and blood man" don't know why but that line makes me chuckle everytime.

1. The Man Who Was Death
2. All Through the House
3. Television Terror
4. The Secret
5. Werewolf Concerto

Honorable Mentions I'll stop before I name half the show.
Dig That Cat He's Real Gone,
People Who Live in Brass Hearses,
Well Cooked Hams,
Top Billing,
Curiosity Killed,
Maniac at Large,
Split Personality,
Four Sided Triangle,
Carrion Death,
The New Arrival,
The Trap,
Fitting Punishment,
Korman's Kalamity,
Dead Wait,
Undertaking Palor,
Mournin' Mess,
None But the Lonely Heart,
What's Cookin
I have more but I'll stop there.

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1. And All Through the House (season 1)
2. Abra Cadaver (season 3)
3. Split Second (season 3)
4. For Cryin' Out Loud (season 2)
5. Death of Some Salesman (season 5)

Honorable Mentions:

Easel Kill Ya (season 3)
What's Cookin' (season 4)
Seance (season 4)
Forever Ambergris (season 5)
Staired in Horror (season 6)
Yellow (season 3)
Dig that Cat...He's Real Gone (season 1)
There's a Crowd (season 2)
Four-Sided Triangle (season 2)
Television Terror (season 2)

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The Man who was Death

All through the House

Dig that cat he's real gone

Korman's Kalamity

Werewolf Concerto

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probably should have put whats cooking in there somewhere
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Werewolf Concerto. Good call.
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thanks. dalton was like bond in that one
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all right the top 5 screams in movies
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They will all be the same one! The wilhelm Scream sound effect has been used in over 200 movies includign Star Wars, the Indiana Jones movies, all three LOTR movies - nothing is going to top that!

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

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there is some pretty good ones in horror movies, and comedies too.
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