ANSWERS: 35
  • History Of The World, Part 1 Young Frankenstein Heathers Not Another Teen Movie Proof The Royal Tannenbaums The Matrix LOTR - The Fellowship Of The Ring Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle Thumbtanic (actually, I love all the Thumb movies)
  • Not in order: Fight Club American Beauty The Matrix Saw 1 Saw 2 Bowling for Columbine LOTR 1 The Family Guy Movie FF7 Advent Children Pulp Fiction
  • Die Hard The Perfect Storm The Lord of the Rings - (all 3) Matrix Blade - (all 3) Aliens
  • In no order, from the top of my head. The Boondock Saints Fight Club Memento U571 Gone in Sixty Seconds Heat Snatch Equilibrium Gung Ho Pulp Fiction
  • 1)Se7en 2)Fight Club 3)FF7 Advent children 4)V for Vendetta 5)Pulp Fiction 6)Water Boy 7)Field of Dreams 8)Scotland PA. 9)Hostel 10)Gone in 60 Seconds
  • Big Fish Orlando The Crying Game Pulp Fiction The Meaning of Life Cassablanca The Sound of Music All That Jazz Brokeback Mountain Ghandi
  • Billy Elliott East is East My cousin Vinny The snowman Grease 1 Walt Disney Robin Hood E.T Amytiville Horror Evil Dead Poltergiest
  • Billy Elliott East is East My cousin Vinny The snowman Grease 1 Walt Disney Robin Hood E.T Amytiville Horror Evil Dead Poltergiest
  • The Lion King The Departed Eight Below Ice Age: The Meltdown Dreamer Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Now and Then The Bourne Supremacy Children of Men The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants That was hard. ):
  • In no particular order (I'm getting the IMDb to help me out with this one): *Pulp Fiction (1994) - Hilarious, atmospheric, thought provoking, gripping, intelligent, arty and a great cast. *The Man Who Copied (Portuguese: O Homem Que Copiava) (2003) - This is a great Brazillian film about an introvert who photocopies money to (indirectly) get to know better a girl he 'meets' while spyglassing with a pair of binoculars on his apartment balcony. You get the picture. *The Best of Youth (Italian: La Meglio gioventù) (2003) - A family drama divided into 4 90 minute films that spans four decades, from the 60s to the present, focusing on two brothers and their family, simultaneously dealing with the issues that Italy faced during the periods depicted. I can honestly say I've never felt so much for characters before. This is nothing like a big screen soap opera, it's not cheesey and it's very believable. *Delicatessen (1991) - A surreal French film set some time in the post apocalyptic future, concerning a butcher who advertisers for a worker, kills him unawares and distributes the meat among the people in the building he lives with, as there is a shortage of food. The new guy falls in love with the butchers daughter, and lots of crazy stuff happens. It's beautifully atmospheric, and has very likeable characters. It's like a piece of art, and the subject matter gave it high critical acclaim for innovation at the time of it's release. *Analyse That (2002) - I'm not going to go into detail about this. It's just a dumb American movie that happen's to be extremely funny. It stars Robert De Niro and Billy Crystal. *Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Curse (2006) - Another American film, I really enjoyed watching this. Most people here are familiar with the story, so I won't go into that. There are lots of beautiful, surreal scenes, such as the one where Jack Sparrow, Will and Norrington somehow end up fighting one another on a detached waterwheel, or the beginning where Turks are throwing coffins into the sea in the dead of night. A little over the top violence and just the right number of inappropriate jokes (such as when Jack uses a decaying human leg as an oar - people in the cinema took a while to laugh at that). Tia Dalma, an exaggeratedly surreal character with metallic teeth and blue saliva, worthy of much masturbation (sexy!) justifies seeing the movie on her own. An impromptu ending involving an apple rounds the movie up beautifully. My only complaint is that there isn't enough Barbossa, my favourite character in the last film. Alien3 (1992) - A dark, haunting film which offers no release from it's thick, heavy atmosphere from beginning to end. The third, and often most maligned film in the 'quadrology', it is probably the best (although I'm not discounting the original Alien). The characters are rough, bald and unlikeable, most of whom have dirty pasts - yet these people come across as more human than the stock standard mushy Hollywood characters evident in most American movies (such as "Aliens" (1986)). Ripley, the main character, shaves her head and kills herself through the course of the film. The film compares her with Jesus, and brings back that gritty side of religion that is so lost in the middle-class fantasy. You probably won't enjoy watching it until after the film has finished. Underground (Serbian:Bila jednom jedna zemlja) (1995) - A beautiful Yugoslavian epic which spans the time period of 1941 to 1995. It tells the story of two friends, Marko and Blacky. During the Nazi occupation of Belgrade, Blacky goes underground, and Marko is left above ground to shmooze over Blacky's (forced) wife. Marko never tells Blacky or his cellar companions that the wars over for the love of Natalija (Blacky's wife). In the end, catastrophe occurs. It's surreal and it has a great soundtrack, despite it's political motives. Star Trek: First Contact (1996) - This is this the only Star Trek movie I think a non-Trek fan would enjoy. Star Trek TNG was so cheesey as far as Star Trek series go, this did a good job at acknowledged that, and also acknowledging the failability of a lot of the characters (Diana and Riker were given thankfully minor parts). Also, it has James Cromwell in it, and a movie can't go wrong with James Cromwell. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) - Tim Burton's creative license is not unwelcome. The movie is so detailed and hiddenly satirical and cruel that you'll more likely than not notice something new each time you watch it. Deep Roy should be mentioned, because his performance partly made the film. And is it just me, or does the girl who played Violet Beauregarde get a lot of strange, ambiguously sexual lines? "I'm much more flexible now." "I can feel it running down my throat.' Depp:'Good, why don't you spit it out?" That wasn't easy, and if I can think of another good movie I really liked I think I'll replace Analyze That.
  • The Verdict A Beautiful Mind Apollo XIII The Hustler Dog Day Afternoon A Few Good Men Day of the Jackal Saving Private Ryan Raging Bull The Godfather Ragtime
  • The Talented Mr. Ripley Wonder Boys Punch-Drunk Love The Seven Samurai The Good The Bad and The Ugly White Men Can't Jump Pulp Fiction Taxi Driver Out of Sight The Bridge on the River Kwai
  • In no particular order: The Nightmare Before Christmas Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory Anchorman Edward Scissorhands Jackass 2 Transformers Little Miss Sunshine V for Vendetta Beetlejuice Silent Hill
  • In no order: The Yellow Submarine Heathers Pulp Fiction The Thief, the Cook, his Wife, and her Lover Scanner Darkly Harold and Maude Heavenly Creatures American Beauty The Princess Bride Return to Oz
  • Big Fish The Rocky Horror Picture Show Tommy (The Who) The Labyrinth The Butterfly Effect The Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy Mars Attacks! How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Jim Carrey version) Dogma Bruce Almighty ~~~~ They are in No particular order I also like The Pirates of the Carribean and Galaxy Quest.....
  • 1.rocky 4 2.fearless 3.raging bull 4.the life of brian 5.300 6.harold and kumar get the muchys 7.the worriors 8.rocly 3 9.duece eropean gigilo 10. nacho libre
  • In no particular order. Ichi the Killer, Natural Born Killers, Requiem for a Dream, Pink flamingos, Casablanca, DIG, Apocalypse Now, Buffallo 66(or 56??), dot and the kangaroo.
  • 10.Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade-Loved the religious part of it 9. Death Proof-"I'm okay" 8. Casablanca-Its casablanca! 7. Army of Darkness-"You're in charge of two things, Jack and Shit, and Jack just left town" 6. The Graduate-Are you trying to seduce me? YES! 5. Last Starfighter-Who hasnt dreamt of saving the world by playing video games? 4. Princess Bride-Andre The Giant 3. Goodfellas-What do you mean funny? 2. Freaks-ONE OF US 1. Empire Strikes Back-YODA IS GOD
  • 10.Stephen King's It - loved the clown in it 9.Sugar - was a pretty realistic portrayal of street kids and prostitution 8.Beautiful Thing - Ste: [reading magazine] You cannot transmit the HIV virus by frottage. Ste: What's frottage? Jamie Gangel: It's yogurt. It's French. 7.Hackers - excellent portrayal of what real hackers do 6.Get Real - Linda: ...the woods? Steve, you did it in the woods? You could have been... Steven Carter: ...what? Queer-bashed by squirrels? 5.Face Off - great movie with proposals in future technology 4.Freedom Writers - awesome movie about tolerance 3.Fear Dot Com - "do you like to watch?" 2.Final Destination - excellent movie about death 1.Silence of the Lambs - Anthony Hopkins do I need to say more? Richard Shines
  • 10. The Fifth Element - I like the secret to unlocking the stones 9. Glengary Glenross - Superb acting- Pacino, Spacey, Lemmon, Arkin 8. American Beauty - I really like this movie, it's just cool to me. 7. Coming To America - Eddie at his best 6. Layer Cake - The sniper scene is awesome 5. In the Line of Fire - Malcovich, Eastwood :) 4. Tombstone - Val Kilmer 3. Rounders - Turturro, Landau, Malcovich 2. The Hunt for Red October - what can I say? it's awesome 1. Sneakers - I love the idea of this movie. Honorable mentions: Godfather I, II and III Searching for Bobby Fischer Rudy Ronin :)
  • 1.fight club 2.dark knight 3.crank 4.shawshank redemption 5.the departed 6.no country for old men 7.tropic thunder 8.forest gump 9.the prestige 10.3:10 to yuma
  • 1)Star wars- return of the Jedi 2)Lord of the Rings- return of the King 3)The matrix reloaded 4)Lord of the Rings- fellowship 5)The Shining 6)The matrix 7)The Dark Knight 8)Saving Private Ryan 9)Indiana Jones- The last Crusade 10)Men in Black
  • In no particular order (subject to change): 1) A Face in the Crowd (1957) 2) Crimson Tide 3) The Lord of the Rings (Trilogy) 4) Once Upon a Time in America 5) The Wizard of Oz 6) Training Day 7) Goodfellas 8) The Matrix 9) To Sir With Love 10) Die Hard
  • No Order The Lion King - grew up on it. Dog Day Afternoon - such a weird, great film Whats Eating Gilbert Grape - ditto When Harry Met Sally - this is my movie for when I'm home sick. Moonstruck - "I'm confused!" The Graduate - The mother of all sex comedies, no pun intended. Also, Its perfect and wonderful. Hannah and Her Sisters - One of Woody's best. The Godfather - Its the Godfather! Little Big Man - I'm not big on Westerns, but I lurve this one. Harold and Maude - Hal Ashby R.I.P Bonus: Army of Darkness, Evil Dead 3. Groovy.
  • In no particular order Casablanca It's a Wonderful Life Some Like it Hot Raiders of the Lost Ark Star Wars (1st movie) Godfather Godfather II Blade Runner Cool Hand Luke The Sting
  • No order True Grit Mash, Posiden Adventure Towering Inferno Kissing Cousins Blue hawaii, Beach party Movies all of them
  • The Sound of Music My Fair Lady Fiddler on the Roof The Ten Commandments Ben Hur Finding Nemo The Lion King Lord of the Ring Mary Poppins The Green Mile They are not in the order of preference.
  • Pulp fiction. The godfather. Fight club. Harald and kumar go to white castle. Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind. Rounders. Reservoir dogs. Saw. No country for old men. Boondocks saints. Memento. Yeah it's 11. So what.
  • I have many favorites, its always hard to pick. 10. Shrek 9. Monsters Inc. 8. Dude, Where's my Car? 7. Uncle Buck 6. Spirited Away 5. Interview with a Vampire 4. Robin Hood: Men in Tights 3. The Little Mermaid 2. Rose Red Stephan King 1. Joe Dirt
  • Carrington Alien American Beauty Doctor Zhivago The Royal Tenenbaums Casablanca Starting Out in the Evening I've Heard the Mermaids Singing Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Adaptation
  • 1. Splendor in the Grass 2. Days of Wine & Roses 3. The Way We Were 4. Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid 5. Little Miss Sunshine 6. Sideways 7. Howard's End 8. Scent of a Woman 9. Dead Poet's Society 10. Room With a View
  • Blow Step Brothers Dazed and Confused Walk the Line American Gangster Oceans Eleven Castaway Die Hard Happy Gilmore Shawshank Redemption
  • The Good Earth Now Voyeger Planet of the Apes ( The orignal) with Charleton Heston Star Wars All of them Doctor Zhivago Jimungi The Wizard of Oz Harry Potter (The Series) Camelot The Lord of the Rings (tirlogy)
  • Dirty Dancing Sleepless in Seattle You've Got Mail While you were sleeping Lethal Weapon Lethal Weapon 2 Lethal Weapon 3 Lethal Weapon 4 Shrek Shrek 2 Brother Bear Toy Story Toy Story 2 Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (older version) . Oops over 10, but I have so many! :-) Fun question!!! +5
  • 1.Dawn of the Dead 2.Dark Crystal 3.Boondock Saints 4.Role Models 5.Death Race 6.2 Fast 2 Furious 7.Nosferatu 8.Hostel 9.Kill Bill 10.Taken

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