Whats your favorite movie???

j2r110

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I think this would be an interesting thread... So, whats your favorite movie? Mine is probably Boondock Saints, Armageddon, or Gone in 60 seconds!:D
 

eva01

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Mine is either

Suicide Circle

or

Serenity

Edging towards suicide circle thou

and OH MY GOD your signature is the most annoying thing ever
 

0098386

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Best film I've seen in a long time. the story is just superb and its on such a grander scale than the original BBC series. I can't read the book, can't read much at all.
 

rickvanr

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Hmm, probably 'The Hunt for the Red October'. I forgot to mention 'Grosse Pointe Blank', I really enjoy that movie too.
 

clayj

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faintember said:
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Never saw the actual film, but I did see a web site somewhere that had a run-through of the film. 12 Monkeys was really good, though.

My faves (no particular order): Blade Runner, Alien, Aliens, The Matrix trilogy, Fight Club, Memento, Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
 

G5Unit

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I'm calling the cops
Titanic
Forest Gump
Aviator
Saving Privet Ryan
Terminator 2
Jurassic Park
Jumanji
12 Angry Men
National Treasure
Blues Brothers
My Cousin Vinny
Countless more...
 

~Shard~

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Memento
Batman Begins
The Matrix (original not the crappy sequels)
Terminator 2
The Usual Suspects
Aliens

There are others, but that's good for now.... :cool:
 

florencevassy

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Great thread. My all-time favorites:

The Producers (the original, I think it was from 1968)
Raise the Red Lantern
Splendor in the Grass
The King Of Comedy
 

yoak

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Of the classics it´s "A Touch of Evil" by Orson Wells.
I think film that made the biggest impact was when I saw Acapolypse Now for the first time as a rerun on the biggest screen in Oslo. I remember everyone (1000 odd people) completly quiet as we left the cinema. Magic

Oh, and The Usual Suspects is another great one. Hard to list a favourite though