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Started by trdsf, May 06, 2015, 01:32:23 AM

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Jack89

The 13th Warrior.  My favorite because I watched it with my 2 boys more times than I can remember.  There was a time when they were teenagers when I would come home from work, throw together a meal of questionable nutrition, sit down in the front room to eat and ask them, "you want to watch a movie?"  The 13th Warrior was our go to for the longest time.

Shiranu

Spirited Away
Princess Mononoke
Aladdin
The Lion King
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Solomon Zorn

Here are some of the movies I had the most fun watching.

Sci Fi:

Day the Earth Stood Still.
George Pal's War of the Worlds
First three Planet of the Apes movies
Westworld
Infra-Man
Star Wars and Empire Strikes Back
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Laserblast
Alien and Aliens
Star Trek the Motion Picture and Wrath of Khan
Scanners
John Carpenter's The Thing
Dune
The Fifth Element
Starship Troopers
Dark City
Galaxy Quest
A.I.
Steven Spielberg's War of the Worlds
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Avatar
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes


Fantasy:

Dragonslayer
Dragon Heart
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
The Golden Compass


Superhero:

Batman
Batman Begins
The Dark Knight
The Dark Knight Rises
Green Lantern
Man of Steel
All the Marvel Studios movies, especially Captain America, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Ant Man.


Animated:

Watership Down
Heavy Metal
Akira
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Mike Cl

Don't watch many movies anymore.  Not sure why.  Short list of favs:
Avatar
A Knight's Tale
Shanghai Noon
A Sound of Music
War of the Worlds (50's ed.)
A Few Good Men
Platoon
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Mr.Obvious

#79
A small list

The Godfather (the whole trilogy, though the first is the best)
Die Hard (All but 5.)
Coraline
The lord of the rings trilogy (The hobbit films are aight too, but not my favorite)
The Dark Knight
Alien & Aliens
True Gritt (the new version)
For a fistfull of dollars
De Zaak Alzheimer (Belgian movie)

And I most recently saw The Raid: Redemption. It may be that it's just lodged in my brain because of that, but it jumps straight up there.

There must be more I'm forgetting right

Edit: Oh; and schindler's list. Amazing film.
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Mike Cl

Quote from: Mr.Obvious on October 10, 2016, 06:55:32 AM
A small list

The Godfather (the whole trilogy, though the first is the best)
Die Hard (All but 5.)
Coraline
The lord of the rings trilogy (The hobbit films are aight too, but not my favorite)
The Dark Knight
Alien & Aliens
True Gritt (the new version)
For a fistfull of dollars
De Zaak Alzheimer (Belgian movie)

And I most recently saw The Raid: Redemption. It may be that it's just lodged in my brain because of that, but it jumps straight up there.

There must be more I'm forgetting right

Edit: Oh; and schindler's list. Amazing film.
Ah, yes--Schindler's List--it is an amazing film; how did I forget it?
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GSOgymrat

Anyone other Donnie Darko fans?

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Quote from: GSOgymrat on October 11, 2016, 06:50:41 PM
Anyone other Donnie Darko fans?

can't say I was a fan per say of it, but it had an interesting premise, one of those movies I had to watch several times over to get the full scope of it. 
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caseagainstfaith

Quote from: Solomon Zorn on September 19, 2016, 04:30:52 PM
Green Lantern

Wow, you are like the first person I've ever heard of that lists Green Lantern as a favorite movie!

Personally, I didn't "hate" it like it seems most people did.  I did consider it pretty forgettable and certainly not a favorite.  But at the time I considered it "passable".  I remember there was a line that I really liked in it, but I can't even remember how it went.  But, the female character ridiculed the hero about the eye mask and asked if he really thought that little strip mask was going to fool anybody. Don't remember what the answer was. I guess it wasn't *that* great of a line, LOL.

I also liked how Ryan Reynolds made fun of Green Lantern a bit in Deadpool when he was thinking about a costume for Deadpool and said, "It can't be green, definitely not green".

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