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Old August 30th, 2003, 08:51 AM   #1
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Default Favorite films?

When I was a kid, horror was my thing. I remember being in the first grade and just loving "Nightmare on Elm Street." Sure, watching it now, the film series is pretty cheesey, but it still spooks me in places because I remember how it made me feel when I was little.

Now, I'm into all kinds of movies from comedies to science fiction. However, my favorites are the types that make you really feel.

Example? "Requiem for a Dream." I felt a lot of hurt when I watched that movie, and not because I chose a bad time in my life to watch it, hah. Watching depressing movies when I'm depressed allows me to get out my emotions and I end up feeling a little better after.

Another example would be "Dancer in the Dark," staring Bjork (and I don't even like Bjork) who plays a woman who is going blind and trying to make enough money so her son will not have the same fate. Fantastic, fantastic movie.

My favorite movies of all-time are tough to list. The above would be included, along with "Donnie Darko," but I'm a big fan of all three (yes, all three) "Godfather" movies. I don't think I could name my favorite movie of all time, or even what would be in my top 10.

I'm a movie freak.

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Wow! That's tough, I love so many movies. I probably say to mention a few, let's see:

Stargate
Interview with a Vampire
X Men
The Count of Monte Cristo
Time Machine
Minority Report
etc, etc,.........

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Time Machine? Was that the one with HG Wells persuing jack the Ripper?
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The movies I like seem to have over aired waaay to the point of naauseum.

But I like in no particular order

Shawshank Redemption
Its a Wonderful Life
Field of Dreams
Roman Holiday

And I also liked alot Band of Brothers and From the Earth to the Moon

And I just watched Pretty Woman and loved it all over again. For some reason I really like Hector Elonzo's Hotel manager.
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Time Machine? Was that the one with HG Wells persuing jack the Ripper?
Thomas, you are thinking of Time after Time starring Malcolm MacDowell, David Warner and Mary Steenburgen. THAT was a terrific movie! When it hit DVD I was thrilled!

Hi Rayvn! Favorite movies? Oh gee! I have so many!!! I could never choose just one or two. Some of my favs though are:

Last Starfighter
Flight of the Navigator (love it!!! where's the DVD???)
Dark Crystal
Ben Hur
Journey to the Center of the Earth
The Black Hole

Shoot! I can't decide!!!
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I am also into movies. For me to pick a few favorites is tough, but here it goes. I like all you have listed so I'll just add a few.

Meet Joe Black- Death is difficult to deal with, this movie is good and has an outstanding cast.

Brave Heart- Mel is a great actor.

Frequency - This one I can relate to on a personal level.

The Goonies- Enjoyed this when I was younger and still do!

Return of the Jedi ( think I saw this one a dozen times at the movies !)


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Old August 31st, 2003, 05:55 PM   #7
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Goonies! Loved that movie when I was a kid! Thought it was kind of dorky at the same time, and think so even more so now, but I still liked it.

In addition to films I liked when I was a kid: Gremlins, Short Circuit.

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Yeah, Goonies is dorky! It just keeps me laughing now matter how many times I see it.

When I was a kid (teen ager) I loved "Back to the future" "Top Gun", "Dirty Dancing", and "St Elmo's Fire".

Short circuit! I almost forgot about that one, I loved that movie. It was too cute!
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Time Machine? Was that the one with HG Wells persuing jack the Ripper?
No, is the most recent with Guy Pearce as the main character and Jeremy Irons as the bad guy.

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Fav films...hhmm. That's a toughie. Well, here goes...

Dracula (1931 version)
The Maltese Falcon
Deadline USA
Quo Vadis?
Ben Hur
The Ten Commandments
Farewell, My Lovely
A Man For All Seasons
Becket
The Lion In Winter
Highlander
The Train
The Crimson Pirate
Against All Flags
Sinbad The Sailor
Blackbeard The Pirate

Okay, I'll quit now!
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Old September 3rd, 2003, 07:12 AM   #11
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My favorites in no particular order, though I can admit to being a Star Wars fanatic:

All of the Star Wars saga wrapped into one,
Dances With Wolves
Rain Man
Forrest Gump
Schindler's List
Lion King
Jurassic Park
Ben Hur
True Lies
The Abyss
Titanic
Aliens
Terminator 2
Star Trek 6
Mr. Saturday Night
The Godfather

Fight Club (a film I had decided was not worth watching when it first came out, and ultimately one of the greatest films I've ever seen)

Jerry MaGuire (I always seem to forget how to spell that last name.)

Beauty and the Beast (the Disney version)
Gladiator
How could I forget to mention the Indiana Jones trilogy?
A Few Good Men
Contact
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Old September 3rd, 2003, 09:45 AM   #12
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Oh yeah, Crimson Pirate Senmut!! That's the one with Burt Lancaster, right? That film is AWESOME!
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This one could keep me busy for days . A short (and incomplete) list would include:

The Sea Hawk
Captain Blood
Fort Apache
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
The Magnificent Seven
A Fistful of Dollars
The Outlaw Josey Wales
The Wild Bunch
Silverado
Unforgiven
The Maltese Falcon
In the Heat of the Night
All of the Original Star Wars Trilogy
The Terminator and T2
Superman 1 and 2
Batman
X-Men and X2
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Raising Arizona
The Shawshank Redemption
The Road to Perdition

And, if I gave it more thought, I'm sure there would be more. :p
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Good ones 14th and Shatter
I see you are an Errol Flynn fan Shatter, too cool! He was truly the best.
Magnificent Seven is also one of my favs, due to the fact my Dad brought me to it when I was 4 and it has always stuck in my memory (we stood outside and stared at the poster before and after and I still remember that). Cat Ballou was great too (I love Nat King Cole).

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Just some of my faves:

Planet of the Apes (the original).

The Quiet Man.

North by Northwest.

Some Kind of Wonderful.

Dazed and Confused.

Amelie.

The Last Starfighter.

Breakfast at Tiffany's.

Rio Bravo.

The Blues Brothers.

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The Quiet man, I really liked that one too. That is the one with John Wayne, right? It was good to see him play in a movie set somewhere other than in the old west or a war film.
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" Fight Club (a film I had decided was not worth watching when it first came out, and ultimately one of the greatest films I've ever seen)"

Same here! I thought it was just a movie about sweaty guys hitting eachother, but I was bored one night and it was on HBO for the first time, so I watched. And I was amazed. GREAT movie.

Even better book. I suggest to read other Chuck Palahniuk novels as well--he's a god.
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I had decided against it based on the first previews I saw, showing as you said sweaty guys hitting each other, but after seeing different previews later on I had a feeling there could be more to it than mindless violence (my first impression). When I rented the video I was so awestruck by the first viewing that I immediately watched it a second time, and then a third time the next day. What is fun about the second and third viewings, after the shocking plot twist at the end, is seeing all the clues and suggestions placed throughout the film which made sense only after knowing what the story was really about.

I do hope to read the novel the film was based on, as I have heard similar praises about the author.
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Oh Lord, I hadn't really thought about something like this until I saw some of the movies listed and realized how many of those I liked!

Movies I could watch anytime:

The Ten Commandments
The Poseidon Adventure
Field of Dreams (I get misty-eyed everytime I see the ending scene)
Dances With Wolves
Smokey & The Bandit (first one)
Any John Wayne movie (esp Chisum, True Grit, Rooster Cogburn)
Fistful of Dollars
Gone With The Wind
Philadelphia
Rocky I (the best one, IMO)
Star Wars Eps IV, V, VI, I, II (in that order)
Star Trek II, III, IV, VI, Generations
Somewhere In Time
Superman I
Blazing Saddles
Young Frankenstein

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Those are great choices BST! I forgot about Somewhere in Time. That was truly special.

I loved Star Trek IV so much I watched it 10 times at the theatre.

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BST, you reminded me of two of my favorite genres growing up, Irwin Allen disaster flicks, and Mel Brooks.

Poseiden Adventure
Towering Inferno
Airport '75
Earthquake
Young Frankenstein ("That's Franken-steen!")
Silent Movie
Blazing Saddles
Spaceballs

And of course, classics Ten Commandments and Planet of the Apes,
And Rocky I and II
Superman I and II (the first one was the best)
Goodfellas
Casino
Raging Bull
No Way Out
Fellowship of the Ring and The Two Towers
Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Braveheart
Conan the Barbarian
Battlestar Galactica (I can't believe nobody had that on their list)
Close Encounters
Jaws
White Men Can't Jump
The Final Countdown

That's about all I can think of now.
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So you think your a movie freak hey. Am 33 and some of the movies in the list below were made before I was born, some a good 20 years before I was born. Am going list them by genre and theme.

Sci Fi
Star Wars (The First Three, forget about the last two, they were kak)
Star Trek II Wrath Of Khan
Westworld
Future World
Flash Gordon
Alien 1&2
Close Encounters
Battlestar Galactica

Horror
The British Hammer productions of Dracula, Frankenstien & The Wolfman
The MGM productions of the above same movies cerca 1930s
The First few Holloween Movies, before it all got silly
Psycho the first and the best and not that crummy remake.
Nightmare On Elm Street 1

Comedys

The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty (Danny Kaye)
Wonderman (Danny Kaye)
Weird Science
Only The Lonely (John Candy)
Stripes (Bill Murray)
Ghostbusters 1
The Carry On Movies (all of them excluding Carry On Columbus)

Drama & Uplifting movies

Its a wonderful life (Play it every christmas eve)
Scrooge (The British Version with Alister Simm)
Field Of Dreams
The Bird Man Of Alcatraz
The Five Pennys (Danny Kaye)
Chariots Of Fire
The Shortshank redemption


Action

Rambo
Swat
Clear and Present Danger
The Fugitive
Sniper
Escape From Alcatraz
Lock Up

There are many more that have seen likes purchased seen liked well you know the storie. Pretty much any second of spare time that I have I will watch of movie.
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BSF (can I call you that for short?), those are great choices . I especially like the fact you mentioned 2 Danny Kaye movies. IMHO, he is the best all around actor/singer/dancer in any movie. Tres talented.

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Griselda: Right. But there's been a change: they broke the chalice from the palace!
Hawkins: They broke the chalice from the palace?
Griselda: And replaced it with a flagon.
Hawkins: A flagon...?
Griselda: With the figure of a dragon.
Hawkins: Flagon with a dragon.
Griselda: Right.
Hawkins: But did you put the pellet with the poison in the vessel with the pestle?
Griselda: No!!! The pellet with the poison's in the flagon with the dragon! The vessel with the pestle has the brew that is true!
Hawkins: The pellet with the poison's in the flagon with the dragon; the vessel with the pestle has the brew that is true.
Griselda: Just remember that.

I love Danny Kaye! He's the Best.

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Cool Blue Mule!!! I love that one too!
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BWAHAHAHHA! I loved that skit.

And That's why they call it Choreography!
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BST and 14th both listed Young Frankenstein. I can't believe I forgot that one! It's my favorite Brooks film of all time (Blazing Saddles is a close second). I especially enjoyed Marty Feldman and Madeline Kahn.

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Heck, with all the films I've seen in my life (and you in yours I'm sure), it is hard to recall while composing a post all of the films I've enjoyed the most. I'm sure I've fogotten some of my faves from early in my life.
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My quick list would have to include:

Fort APache (as a Custer-phile I find this film fantastic. Its the first real attempt to show Custer in less than flattering light)

Glory
Oh, Brother Where Art Thou
Mystery Men
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Unforgiven
Apollo 13

One of my favorite films is called "The Renegades" or something. Its a 70s Sci Fi about tv ruling the world, and you "watch" a game show War Game. (reminicient of Viet nam) Saw it in college, but have no other infomation on it
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Holy Grail rocked! Speaking of comedies, I forgot to mention one I really liked, Silverstreak with Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor (a greeeeeaaaat pairing!). I love what he says everytime he falls off the train...
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