Favorite Movie(s)

What is/are your favorite movie(s)?

Could be just one, or more than one. With me, it’s more than one. If I had to pick just one it would be “Unforgiven” starring Clint Eastwood, but there many others. Give me your’s.

He he he…don’t laugh. I love Dirty Dancing, and 10 things I hate about you. Other ones are: Bad Boys 2, Beautiful People, and About a Boy.


or Fight Club

The Shawshank Redemption
Best of the Best

Indiana Jones
fuck theres too many!

Office Space
Rat Race
Top Gun

To name a few…

Office Space
BATMAN (the one with Adam West)

Like timbits said, too many to name them all.
But at the moment, I’ve watched Tombstone 3 times in one week.

DAMN! Gotta love the Val Kilmer goodness! :stuck_out_tongue:

Rocky I & II
Office Space
City Of God

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Rat Race
Top Gun

To name a few…[/quote]

I can’t believe I didn’t include the one and only, Airplane :smile:

Death from Above :: Apocalypse Now

These lists are always the same and it’s difficult to narrow the choices down to a few. So I decided to establish categories, to put two films in each and give you a big list.

War: Saving Private Ryan and Apocalypse Now

Science Fiction: Star Wars and The Matrix

Adventure: Indiana Jones and Crocodile Dundee

Fantasy: Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Dark Crystal

Suspense: Jaws and Bourne Supremacy

Comedy: Amelie and O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Feel good stuff: Life is Beautiful and Cinema Paradiso

Movie and sequel: Jean de Florette and Manon des Sources

Set in England: Bend It Like Beckam and Brassed Off

Set in Ireland: The Commitments and Waking Ned Devine

Set in Australia/ New Zealand: The Dish and Once Were Warriors

Spanish language: Like Water For Chocolate and El Mariachi

French Language: Le Déclin de l’Empire Américain and Les Invasions Barbares

German language: Goodbye Lenin and Das Boot

Other languages: City of God and Atanarajuat

Asian: Eat Drink Man Woman and Shall We Dance.

Whodunnit?: Blood Work and Insomnia

Weird stuff: Trainspotting and Fargo

Horror: The Ring and The Blair Witch Project

Documentary: Farenheit 911 and Etre et Avoir

Action: First Blood and Die Hard

Animation: Toy Story and Osmosis Jones

Western: Unforgiven and My Name Is Nobody

Funny Chick Flicks: When Harry Met Sally and Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Sad Chick Flicks: Philadelphia and Beaches

Teen movies: Breakfast Club and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Geek Cult stuff: Office Space and Back to the Future

Crime: The Godfather and Absolute Power

Drama: 8 Mile and Open Water

What the heck is this all about?: Mulholland Drive and Memento

Ashley Judd is in it: Simon Birch and A Time To Kill

Harrison Ford is in it: Air Force One and Patriot Games

Musicals: Sound of Music and Mary Poppins

Christmas: A Christmas Story and Elf

With animals: Microcosmos and The Blue Planet

There are more so I will maybe post them later.


It’s hardly a cult.

Man knows what he likes!

Or does he?

I really liked The Godfather, and Return of the King.

Blade Runner is one of my favourites as well.

Lately, I’ve been watching The Shining over and over again, though.

All work and no play makes Mig a dull boy.

Heh, if you actually saw our play this week, you’ll notice a typewriter on the desk on stage. That typewriter has a sheet of paper in it, and guess what it says? There’s also a stack of papers next to it… All of them say the same thing.

I didn’t so much enjoy Brazil… I left somewhere after De Niro repaired the heating.

It was neat to see Bilbo in it though… I’m seeing him in more and more movies, since being introduced to him in LOTR.

THE CAT from OUTTER SPACE! :stuck_out_tongue:

Does it say “Come out, come out, where ever you are. " or " Here’s Johnny!”?