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    First (4th) Star Wars.

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    2001 - A Space Odyssey

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    The Big Lebowski

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    As for me, my most favorite movie of all time has got to be....

    This!




    This is James Cameron's AVATAR...personally my most favorite movie of all time!

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    Raiders of the Lost Ark. That movie has cost me more in terms of impulse ebay purchases than I care to count.

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    The Lion King

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    Mine is Resident Evil.

    If anyone has the score for that movie please PM me ! haha
    been looking for it for a long time now.

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    Where are the pictures? oh well this thread was more fun in the beggining, when people only posted a screenshot in that we needed to find the movie that image was from!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanico View Post
    oh well this thread was more fun in the beggining, when people only posted a screenshot in that we needed to find the movie that image was from!
    I agree. It was good fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanico View Post
    Where are the pictures? oh well this thread was more fun in the beggining, when people only posted a screenshot in that we needed to find the movie that image was from!

    ok smartypants, heres the pic of my all time favorite movie:


    while its my favorite movie ever, its also the worst cover ive seen, its megaman 1 bad.
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    That's not a screenshot. And it has the title.


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    My favorite movies are :
    Godfather,
    The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button,
    Pursuit Of Happiness,
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    How To Train Your Dragon,
    Pirates of Caribbean Series and The Dark Knight..!!
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    Jaws. It changed my life when I saw it at the age of 7. I begged people to take me to see it over and over! I just bought it on Bluray. They did a great job restoring it from the original negatives!

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    The Unknown: A 1927 film by Tod Browning.

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    My most favorite movie of all time is The curious case of Benjamin Button...I have seen it with my best friends in the cinema..It is completely a different movie with unique story and Brad Pitt performance was excellent in it....
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    The Shawshank Redemption. The acting, the story, the score, the lessons. No bullshit, no sugar coating, no god-awful romance. Everything in that movie is excellent. I'd say it's one of the best movies ever made.
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    Let me see:
    Batman(1989)
    The book of Eli

    Thatīs it.

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    Apocalypse Now...the horror...the horror...

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    Labyrith.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stoi View Post
    There are too much perfect movies in totally different styles to create an alltime favorite.
    That is my problem, too.

    Even though I adored 2001.

    Quote Originally Posted by jester77 View Post
    That's tough but I have to go with Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
    Wow, that's a cool choice. But I wouldn't put it at the top of my list. It's so hard to pick one favourite.

    Quote Originally Posted by JerryCole View Post
    The Shawshank Redemption. The acting, the story, the score, the lessons. No bullshit, no sugar coating, no god-awful romance. Everything in that movie is excellent. I'd say it's one of the best movies ever made.
    imdb agrees. ^^ I have to watch that film again. I think the last time was a month ago. I totally agree with what Morgan Freeman said about the relationship of the two main characters. It's rare to see a film about true friendship. And I personally think it also says a lot about human behaviour and how predictable people can be. It is more profound than a first viewing can reveal.

    And Tim Robbins' acting was brilliant.


    I couldn't even come up with a top 10. There's so many films I really love. I love many films for many different reasons.

    Lord of the Rings was a long-time favourite of mine. I am totally looking forward to The Hobbit.

    Here's a list of the films that first come to my mind:

    - American Beauty
    - American Psycho (Saw it for the first time this year and even though it's ridiculously mind-bending, I loved all of it.)
    - Trainspotting
    - Shallow Grave
    - Pay It Forward
    - The Shawshank Redemption
    - The Pianist (I also only saw it this year, I have a lot of catching up to do. It was brilliant. And one Academy Award I can totally agree with.)
    - Little Children
    - Finding Nemo
    - White Oleander
    - Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (I was impressed, also by the acting.)
    - The Devil's Advocate
    - The Lion King
    - 2001: A Space Odyssey (I am so glad I watched that one.)
    - Point Break
    - The Matrix
    - My Own Private Idaho
    - The Times of Harvey Milk (A great documentary, even better than Van Sant's drama.)
    - Up
    - The Ghost Writer
    - Shame

    I also really liked Ron Howard's Dan Brown adaptations.
    And basically all films by Sofia Coppola, even Marie Antoinette.

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    Okay, let's see if anyone can guess this one.


    While is seems that this film is almost universally hated, personally it is my favorite film of all time.

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    what movie is that? on al the ww2 films ive seen i dont recognize the actor or the scene, care to PM it? to go obtain the movie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasonjhn8 View Post
    Okay, let's see if anyone can guess this one.


    While is seems that this film is almost universally hated, personally it is my favorite film of all time.
    Hiya Jasonjhn,
    That's Platoon, no? The actor's Mark Moses (as the Lt. who wanted to be liked). Great film, great filmmaker (imo).


    As for mine ... wow, it's a tough ask to choose even one title in each genre, let alone a single film across the board. If I had to grapple with it, and choose a Top 5, I'd probably say (for varying reasons and not ranked in any order):

    Dances With Wolves;
    2001: A Space Odyssey;
    Dead Man Walking;
    Wages of Fear and
    Brief Encounter.

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