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  • V for Vendetta Texas Chainsaw massacre (the original) From Hell The Cell Without a paddle Airplane!
  • Apocalypse Now Redux WAR// Action Vietnam era The Nutty professor COMEDY Blade ( any of the 3 all are good )Action What Dreams May Come Love Story my favorite!!
  • Life is Beautiful (drama) Mystic River (crime drama) Rat Race (comedy) Gattaca (Sci-fi/drama) Equilibrium (action/drama) To Sir, with Love (classic) While You Were Sleeping (romance)
  • Shawshank Redemption. This is a movie that you can not describe to someone. You have to see it. Whenever you talk about everyone's favorite movies, Shawshank is always hailed.
  • Exit wound
  • The Big Lebowski Pi Memento Natural Born Killers JFK
  • I highly recomend, the following. -Ghost world. (The Graphic novel is better.) -V for Venndetta. (Once again, the graphic novel is awesome.) -Hellboy. (Are you starting to notice a pattern here?) What dreams may come. (Surreal, but in an awesome way.) Edward Scissorhands. (I just love that movie.) What's Eating Gilbert Grape. (Yeah, I'm a Depp fan.) Those are all good movies, but that's just my opinion, wich frankly is a bit immature.
  • Permission to write a very long list? The Wicker Man (original 70's version with Edward Woodward) Plan 9 From Outer Space (its not "good" but it is funny) Withnail & I (Most quotable film ever made) Cabaret (think Moulin Rouge but much, much better) Ginger Snaps (one of the few genuinly intelligent modern horror films) Countess Dracula The Bride of Frankenstein (Elsa Lancaster rules!) Bound (a very sexy film) The House on Haunted Hill (original Vincent Price version) Edward Scissorhands Sleepy Hollow Nosferatu Bladerunner (Director's Cut) Sunrise (if you've never been into silent films before, watch this) The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari Don Juan (silly, but really quite sweet) Shadow of the Vampire (you may sense a theme developing here) Priscilla, Queen of the Desert The Rocky Horror Picture Show (and dress up too!) The Manchurian Candidate (I've only seen the re-make, which is stunning, I still want to see the original) The Shining Mulholland Drive Batman Batman Returns Batman Begins (miss out all other batman films) The Talented Mr Ripley (appealingly homoerotic) Unbreakable King Kong (either version, both are very good) The Misfits Gilda (bless her, she's so gorgeous I almost can't bear to look at her.) Some Like It Hot Heathers The Others The Truman Show Cable Guy The Time Machine (original version) Rebecca House of Wax (original Vincent Price version, not the one with Paris Hilton) The Wizard of Oz Rebel Without a Cause Bugsy Malone Pirates of the Caribean (if you haven't already) Stigmata Gladiator (eye candy for girls) Walk The Line Dangerous Liasons Cruel Intentions Belle Du Jour The Night Porter Hot Enough For June The Password is Courage (for the sole reason that Dirk Bogarde is sex on a stick in it) Being John Malkovich The Last Supper (very underated film) Beetlejuice Cecil B Demented (another underated film) Vampyros Lesbos (its worth it for the comedy porno music) Lolita (with Jeremy Irons) Psycho (original Hitchcock version) Boys Don't Cry The Big Lebowski The Time Bandits Labyrinth (check the HAIRDO!) Secretary Fight Club Nell Cat on A Hot Tin Roof A Streetcar Named Desire Metropolis Twelve Monkeys Nineteen-eighty-four (although you really need to read the book first to appreciate it) Breakfast at Tiffany's The Shawshank Redemption Manhunter The Matrix (although its only really great the first time you watch it) Silence of the Lambs Ed Wood (watch it AFTER Plan 9..) Dracula (with Christopher Lee) Downfall (highly disturbing but somehow necessary I think.) Rosemary's Baby Brighton Rock From Hell One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest The Quiet American (with Michael Caine) Donnie Darko Jarhead
  • I'd say The Life Aquatic is the greatest movie ever. I didnt like it the first time I saw it, but then I thought about it a bit and I realised that it is the most perfect movie ever. Blues Brothers and Kung Fu Hustle are great too.
  • Beetlejuice
  • Men of Honor Forest Gump Gladiator Shawshank Redemption Brokeback Mountain Last Kiss Spirited Away Howels Moving Castle Hoosiers Remeber the Titans Inside Man Good Burger Cruel Intentions Lion King Beauty and the Beast Bebe's Kids Twelve Angry Men Can't Hardly Wait Get Over It Boys Don't Cry Versity Blues For Love and Basketball Closer I Heart Huckabees Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind The One The Lord of the Rings -Fellowship of the Ring -The Two Towers -Return of the King Star Wars -Phantom Menice -Attack of the Clone -Revenge of the Sith -A New Hope -Empire Strikes Back -Return of the Jedi Big Daddy Happy Gilmore Billy Madison Anchorman 40 Year Old Virgin Starsky & Hutch The Last Unicorn Clerks 2 The Rock The Rundown Twin Dragons A Walk to remember Win a Date with Tad Hamilton Stewie Griffen:The Untold Story Spongebob Movie Super Troopers Hide and Seek Saw I & II Scream I, II & III Bring It On How to be a Menace to South Central While Drinkin Your Juice in the Hood The Wood John Q Philidelphia Big Milo & Otus Homeward Bound The Land Before Time Taledega Nights Thank You for Smoking Garden State V for Vendetta Spiderman I & II The Fantastic Four Sinbad House Guest Conan the Barbarian So I Married an Ax Murderer Austin Powers -International Man of Mystery -The Spy who Shagged Me -Goldmember Slakers Monty Python's: The Holy Grail She's the Man South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut Cast Away Turner & Hootch Mr. and Mrs. Smith MIB I & II Man of the House The Stand The Green Mile Titanic The Aviator The Girl Next Door Fight Club Terminator I & II Preditor I Aliens I, II and III Shanghai Noon Rumble in the Bronx Old School You, Me and Dupree The Royal Tenenbaums Life Aquatic Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle Van Wilder Fast and the Furious I Edward Scissorhands Cry Baby House on the Haunted Hill Blade I, II and III There are more but they escape me at this time...enjoy
  • i have found a few movies are just so entertaining that they can be watched repeatedly and still be enjoyed. -the wedding singer -ever after -bofinger (great movie) -orange county (my favorite movie) -zoolander -ocean's 11 -scoop
  • Listed in no particular order: The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Hellboy The Emperor's New Groove Down Periscope Liar Liar The Incredibles The Marine The Mummy The Mummy Returns Tremors Tremors 2 Termors 3 Hoodwinked Ghost EDIT Nov 27 06: Red Dawn High School Musical There are most definitely more, but my memory's not the greatest...
  • V for Vendetta A Scanner Darkly Requiem for a Dream The Departed Goodfellas American History-X Monty Python and the quest for the holy grail Blow Donnie Darko Boondock Saints Resevoir Dogs Eternal Sunshine of the spotless mind The Science of Sleep
  • Tron The Double Life Of Veronica The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Lawrence Of Arabia The Lawnmower Man Phantom of The Opera (1929 version) Big Wednesday Meet The Parents Planes, Trains & Automobiles Dune (although its a bit gory in places) Firefox
  • BladeRunner.
  • Gone With The Wind Outlaw Josey Whales The Last Samurai Tora,Tora,Tora The Shawshank Redemption Cars Liar Liar Cat On A Hot Tin Roof Fiddler on the Roof Rooster Cogburn Its a Mad, mad,mad,mad World Pulp Fiction The Patriot Thunder Road McQ Some Like It Hot Singing In The Rain Stagecoach Blazing Saddles Cat Balleau
  • A few good ones to see (and hopefully ones you haven't seen): Narc, Glory, Citizen Kane, Thirteen Days, and Office Space.
  • "Midnight In The Garden of Good and Evil" and "Braveheart" are two of my favs.
  • The Bourne Ultimatum
  • Depends on the genre... Comedy - Kevin Smith's Dogma Sci-Fi - Underworld extended cut and Underworld: Evolution Horror - Stay Alive Romantic - The Notebook Chick-Flick - The Hot Chick Cartoon - Mulan Musical - the original version of Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella that's all I can think of...
  • Brokeback Mountain
  • I just came back from "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" in IMAX and I loved it. It was my anniversary present from Hubby for our 32nd.
  • The Last Samurai or Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind
  • Disturbia, A League of Their Own, and Ocean's 11
  • the departed, fight club, clerks. all great shows. also, american history x & slc punk!
  • Circle of Iron.
  • I like the movie Sneakers a lot with Robert Redford Also a rock climbing movie called First Ascent is unbelievable!
  • Pan's Labyrinth
  • Nuts or Casulties of war, I love those 2 movies. If you want a sappy one, Fried Green Tomatoes is another great one
  • Comedy - Ferris Bueller's Day Off Action - Ronin Sci-Fi - Close Encounters of the Third Kind Fantasy - V for Vendetta Horror - Saw (the first one) or Hannibal Rising Romantic - Princess Bride (could fall under Comedy, also) Cartoon - Emperor's New Groove Musical - Rent or Moulin Rouge Unique - Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Usual Suspects
  • Here are a few of my favorites that are a bit less common and maybe you haven't seen yet: Old school western: El Dorado (Robert Mitchum,John wayne) SPorts movie: 61 Foreign: Yesterday (in Zulu) if you haven't seen any of these three movies, check them out.
  • five easy pieces it's a must!
  • Meet the Robinsons.. :D
  • Best movie that I've seen recently was Pan's Labyrinth. It is in Spanish with subtitles, but the movie is so interesting that you aren't bothered by that at all. I highly recommend it!
  • transformer 2 or SAW V
  • galaxy of terror
  • I just recently saw Layer Cake. I thought it was good.
  • Here is a list of my favorites. I don't know if you have the same taste as me, but there are some good ones in here: velvet goldmine hedwig and the angry inch fantastic planet betty blue basquat eye of the beholder party monster the fountainhead rumblefish streetwise bonnie and clyde harold and maude some like it hot one flew over the cuckoo's nest the journey of natty gan war of the buttons princess mononoke leaving las vegas trainspotting tombstone welcome to the dollhouse the magdalene sisters breakfast at tiffany's bringing up baby
  • What kind of movie are you in the mood for? There are so many to choose from. I love movies
  • Comedy - Ferris Bueller's Day Off Action - Godfather 2 Sci-Fi - Blade Runner Fantasy - Doc Savage MAN OF BRONZE Horror - The Hitcher (Original) Romantic - Gone with the Wind Cartoon - Pinnochio Musical - Blues Brothers Unique - Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, Usual Suspects Jackie Brown.
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  • I'm a young gal, yet I am finding it hard to believe that people aren't listing actual great movies here. Looking to the past will get you on the path to seeing some of the greatest films ever made, movies that are actually well made. Dig up these treasures: Silent films: Metropolis, Modern Times Horror: Rosemary's Baby Hitchcock: Psycho, The Birds, Rear Window, North By Northwest, Vertigo, Notorious Comedy: It Happened One Night Classics/Oldies but goodies Dramas: Casablanca Sunset Boulevard Network Christmas flick: Joyeux Noel Foreign flick of the day: Amelie
  • Annie Hall Capote Good Night and Good Luck Deep Impact Blade Runner The Man Who Fell to Earth Fantazia It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World Fidler on the Roof Stardust
  • American Psycho
  • For me a really funny movie to see is sex drive its another teen comedy but you can never get over them or for a great action movie death race it has every thing that is a good movie for guys not one i think a girl would like
  • The Edge. Awsome movie!
  • "Eyes Wide Shut" by Stanley Kubrick. My 2 cents.
  • any movie with naked women :P
  • Lady in the Water by M Night Shyamalan. Gives me chills every time.
  • Pi Charlie Bartlett Empire Records High Fidelity Iron Man Transformers City of Lost Children Run Lola Run Amelie 300 Princess Bride thier a short list for ya
  • The lives of others Leon Dead man's shoes Once were warriors Oldboy Fargo
  • Elephant
  • Amélie Sin City Kill Bill Part 1 & 2 Old Boy Clerks 1 & 2 There Will Be Blood Gangs of New York Big Nothing Kiss Kiss Bang Bang The Scent of a Woman The Devils Advocate Hear No Evil See No Evil The Toy Barton Fink (If you want something kind of weird and crazy) The Lives of Others The Five People you Meet in Heaven A Scanner Darkly Fight Club 300 Mystery Alaska Momento Drop Dead Fred (One of my childhood favorites, so you may not get as big a kick out of it as me.) Shaun of the Dead Run Fatboy Run Hot Fuzz Awakenings Dazed and Confused The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly A Fistfull of Dollars For a Few Dollars More Vanishing Point As Good as it Gets Reign Over Me I'm going to stop here. But yeah..... Sorry, got a bit carried away. =P
  • i got a awsome rude,crude, and offensive funny film sooooooooooo funny evrey one will enjoy unless ur christian or highly protective about constant swearin watch south park bigger longer and uncut the film swearing refferences to nudity and the strange comic gore *also try* hot fuzz - comedy shaun of the dead - funny comedy the shinning - action horror "it" - flippin scary the thing - there ok a nightmare on elm street - creepy friday the thirteenth - action creepy deep blue sea - a presumed horror but not scary doom - awsome action jumpy gun shooting resident evil - horror action avpr (alien vs predator requiem) - action gore underworld - action see i try and find films like this if u like all this ur what ive been looking for i dont no no one who has taste of films like me
  • Out of recent movies: The Dark Knight Iron Man Hancock Seven Pounds Frost Nixon Gran Torino All great. Must sees.
  • One Hour Photo
  • The Shawshank Redemption (1994) 392,365 the Godfather (1972) 331,299 3. 9.0 The Godfather: Part II (1974) 189,965 4. 8.9 The Dark Knight (2008) 317,790 5. 8.9 Buono, il brutto, il cattivo., Il (1966) 112,946 6. 8.9 Pulp Fiction (1994) 325,063 7. 8.8 Schindler's List (1993) 215,079 8. 8.8 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) 164,480 9. 8.8 Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) 225,364 10. 8.8 12 Angry Men (1957) 81,800 11. 8.8 Casablanca (1942) 136,829 12. 8.8 Star Wars (1977) 266,750 13. 8.8 Shichinin no samurai (1954) 77,710 14. 8.8 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) 287,357 15. 8.7 Goodfellas (1990) 178,126 16. 8.7 Rear Window (1954) 93,170 17. 8.7 Cidade de Deus (2002) 119,727 18. 8.7 Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) 201,355 19. 8.7 C'era una volta il West (1968) 54,540 20. 8.7 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) 316,254 21. 8.7 The Usual Suspects (1994) 216,872 22. 8.7 Fight Club (1999) 292,545 23. 8.7 Psycho (1960) 113,469 24. 8.6 The Silence of the Lambs (1991) 194,048 25. 8.6 Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) 128,751 26. 8.6 Sunset Blvd. (1950) 40,994 27. 8.6 Memento (2000) 211,410 28. 8.6 North by Northwest (1959) 74,410 29. 8.6 Citizen Kane (1941) 115,502 30. 8.6 The Matrix (1999) 303,712 31. 8.6 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) 263,445 32. 8.6 It's a Wonderful Life (1946) 82,148 33. 8.6 Se7en (1995) 214,189 34. 8.6 WALL·E (2008) 100,782 35. 8.5 Léon (1994) 149,306 36. 8.5 Apocalypse Now (1979) 139,619 37. 8.5 Taxi Driver (1976) 119,612 38. 8.5 Lawrence of Arabia (1962) 64,845 39. 8.5 American Beauty (1999) 235,981 40. 8.5 American History X (1998) 170,372 41. 8.5 Vertigo (1958) 72,621 42. 8.5 Paths of Glory (1957) 34,457 43. 8.5 Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, Le (2001) 141,091 44. 8.5 M (1931) 30,647 45. 8.5 Forrest Gump (1994) 227,714 46. 8.5 The Departed (2006) 195,401 47. 8.5 To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) 66,314 48. 8.5 Double Indemnity (1944) 27,969 49. 8.5 Alien (1979) 141,570 50. 8.5 A Clockwork Orange (1971) 152,467 51. 8.5 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) 25,600 52. 8.4 Das Leben der Anderen (2006) 48,494 53. 8.4 The Third Man (1949) 40,382 54. 8.4 Chinatown (1974) 61,291 55. 8.4 The Shining (1980) 135,713 56. 8.4 The Pianist (2002) 97,102 57. 8.4 Saving Private Ryan (1998) 215,621 58. 8.4 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) 167,450 59. 8.4 Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi (2001) 75,143 60. 8.4 Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) 128,277 61. 8.4 Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) 179,265 62. 8.4 L.A. Confidential (1997) 136,027 63. 8.4 Aliens (1986) 134,766 64. 8.4 Laberinto del fauno, El (2006) 112,629 65. 8.4 Requiem for a Dream (2000) 139,461 66. 8.4 The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) 47,179 67. 8.4 Das Boot (1981) 57,449 68. 8.4 Reservoir Dogs (1992) 166,309 69. 8.4 The Maltese Falcon (1941) 41,369 70. 8.4 City Lights (1931) 19,737 71. 8.4 Rashômon (1950) 29,825 72. 8.4 Raging Bull (1980) 70,043 73. 8.4 Metropolis (1927) 30,126 74. 8.4 Der Untergang (2004) 59,089 75. 8.4 All About Eve (1950) 27,923 76. 8.3 Modern Times (1936) 26,602 77. 8.3 Rebecca (1940) 27,388 78. 8.3 Singin' in the Rain (19 IMDB
  • The Blues Brothers Terminator 2 Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines Carry On Cleo Flash Gordon Dune Happy Feet Our Man Flint Team America Carry On Abroad Carry On Up The Kyber Carry On Crusing Goldeneye Madagascar Night At The Museum The Return Of The Pink Panther Top Gun True Lies Crocodile Dundee II That should keep you busy for a while! :-)
  • Ya' have to see STEPBROTHERS
  • Street Kings.
  • Seven Pounds. Awesome.
  • The last one I got from Netflix was Zodiac. An AMAZING movie, I recommend it.
  • the 300, i loved it...
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  • The Ugly Truth (2009)Very funny and romantic.I like it very much!If you have not watched it,then it is available here at:http://watch-movies.net.in/
  • Where to start... where to start... how about... "To Kill a Mockingbird" (1962) Hope this helps.
  • Plan 9 From Outer Space
  • X-Men: Origins Wolverine.
  • 17 again.
  • Eagle Eye. great movie.+5
  • transporter 3 , and mission possible 3
  • Watchmen; Taken; The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly; Blazing Saddles; Hollywood Shuffle; Fight Club; Lord of the Rings Trilogy; Grease; Friday; Rudy; Caddyshack; Blade 2; Iron Man; Run Fatboy Run
  • "Mr. Holland's Opus"
  • Friday the 13 (2009 remake) Love it thats what I watch every friday night if I have time.
  • Plan 9 from outer space
  • "Love Object" - directed by Robert Parigi +5
  • dean spanley-sam neill-peter otoole-a must
  • bladerunner 1978 dawn of the dead shaun of the dead jim hensons labyrinth amadeus fight club planet of the apes, any of them preferably beneath american history x wickerman original classic nicholas cage is a twat the last man on earth braveheart bond movie, the cheezy "man with the golden gun" fav out of all my favorite's i would have to sugest 1978 dawn of the dead
  • Recently watched "Lars and the Real Girl" again. I had forgotten how good it is.
  • My Bloody Valentine 3D

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