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post #19 of 77

Re: Favorite movie

Eagle Eye, Traitor, and Shooter
post #20 of 77

Re: Favorite movie

Originally Posted by Titleist Man View Post
Eagle Eye
Best movie ever. Watched it again last night at my friend's. Still kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time.
post #21 of 77
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What's your favorite movie?

The Adventures of Robin Hood, starring Errol Flynn and Olivia De Haviland

 

post #22 of 77

Matrix.
Nothing beats it.

post #23 of 77

All time favorite: Platoon.

 

Others in no order:

The Godfather 1 & 2

Cool Hand Luke

Anchorman

Goodfellas

Fast Food Nation

The Sting

The Dark Knight

Gross Pointe Blank

Gangs Of New York

Seven

12 Monkeys

The Matrix

post #24 of 77

Shawshank Redemption

Dumb & Dumber

The Big Lebowski

Office Space

The Usual Suspects

Fight Club

All the Rambo movies

All the Rocky movies

All the Die Hard movies

All Star Wars movies

All Star Trek movies

post #25 of 77
Dr Strangelove... - there's no fighting in the war room!

Minority Report - RUN!

Tropic Thunder - you don't go full retard!

Rear Window/N by NW/Vertigo

Before Sunrise/Before Sunset

Amelie

Inception

The Natural/Moneyball
post #26 of 77

Godfather 1+2, Scarface. South Park movie and the first X-files movie

post #27 of 77
I've thought about it several times, and keep coming back to Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring.

There are so many different genres, it's hard to pick one movie, but when asked for one movie, I'll provide one.

Some replies in this thread seems to just be posting movies they like.
post #28 of 77

The Departed

 

There's not a better movie with better character development, an all star cast, a great plot, and spectacular acting.

post #29 of 77

Harvy.....A black and white Jimmy Stewart movie

The African Queen.....Humphrey Bogart and Kathreen Hepburn

Little Big Man......Dustin Hoffman

Christmas Story

post #30 of 77

3 way tie.

 

Shawshank Redemption

Tombstone

Gladiator

post #31 of 77

Pulp Fiction.

 

When a movie can make you scream, laugh and cry (in agony) - all within a 2.5hr sitting... That is a solid movie.  But Pulp Fiction takes movie making to an entire new level with the characters, acting, direction, music, visuals - it's the whole enchilada.  It is a modern day masterpiece, and I haven't found another movie that has pulled this off to the level that Tarantino did.  

 

He set the bar so damn high in Pulp Fiction, it is seriously ridiculous to even consider another movie as my favorite.  For the young middle aged male - who has yet to see this flick.  Do yourself a favor and watch it.  It is gripping and will change your appreciation for film.

 

post #32 of 77
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Pulp Fiction.

 

When a movie can make you scream, laugh and cry (in agony) - all within a 2.5hr sitting... That is a solid movie.  But Pulp Fiction takes movie making to an entire new level with the characters, acting, direction, music, visuals - it's the whole enchilada.  It is a modern day masterpiece, and I haven't found another movie that has pulled this off to the level that Tarantino did.  

 

He set the bar so damn high in Pulp Fiction, it is seriously ridiculous to even consider another movie as my favorite.  For the young middle aged male - who has yet to see this flick.  Do yourself a favor and watch it.  It is gripping and will change your appreciation for film.

 

Changed the way movies are made! 

 

Another fav is Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.

post #33 of 77

Sad, but I don't think I've seen Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels?  At least I don't remember it...

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Changed the way movies are made! 

 

Another fav is Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.

post #34 of 77
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Sad, but I don't think I've seen Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels?  At least I don't remember it...

I haven't either, but "Snatch" is a pretty awesome movie and they're both by the same guy ... Mr. Madonna. ;)

 

I don't really know what my favorite movie is, I have a bunch...

 

Almost all Coen brothers movies, O Brother, The Big Lebowski, and Fargo, first and foremost.

 

Most Tarantino movies that I have seen (still haven't seen the Django or Reservoir Dogs) and I think that Jackie Brown is very underrated.

 

I can pretty much recite A Few Good Men from start to finish so I have to include that one.

 

Boogie Nights is classic.

 

My favorite movie that I think not a lot of people know or care much for, but I think is absolutely fantastic ... is Stranger Than Fiction.  Love that movie.  Love it.  (Maggie Gylenhall is yummy in it too, so that doesn't hurt)

 

post #35 of 77

If you liked Snatch you'll like Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. They are like brothers.

post #36 of 77

I don't have a favorite movie.  That being said, my wife will tell you that Field of Dreams is my favorite.  But I think that has a lot to do with an almost unhealthy compulsion that if I start watching I can't stop.  2AM, field of dreams, i will watch it straight threw.  on cable? broadcast TV, same thing. 

 

2 scenes in that movie still bring tears to my eyes and just thinking about "Dad, wanna have a catch" gets me chocked up. 

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