Your Top Ten Favourite Movies?

by LoveUniHateExams 62 Replies latest social entertainment

  • LongHairGal

    I like some of the classics like Gone with the Wind and Sound of Music. Also the epic Ten Commandments with Charleton Heston.

    I also like 1950s SciFi movies.

    More modern movies: all James Bond movies, Man on Fire, The Pelican Brief, the Mummy movies, Braveheart, Kill Bill series, some Clint Eastwood, Lethal Weapon series and other things with Mel Gibson.

    I also like Film Noir and Humphrey Bogart movies.

  • littlerockguy

    In no particular order

    Gone With The Wind

    All About Eve

    Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

    Whatever Happened To Baby Jane

    Ordinary People

    Requiem For A Dream

    Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

    Rosemary's Baby


    The Notebook

  • Steel

    I spent an extended vacation in Japan once complete with pining over a girl I felt i should have been with but we were in the friends zone.

    Lost in translation

    Forest Gump ( pining over same girl)


    Full Metal jacket

    Rocky (1976)

    Control (story of joy division)

    Donnie darko

    Red dawn (1984)

    Point break (1991)

  • tiki

    The English patient

    A beautiful mind

    The constant gardener

    The godfather series

    The one with Helen Mirren and the restaurant in southern France....

    The girl on the train......very closely followed the book.....

    The original Dr zhivago with Omar Sharif and Julie Christie

    The classic

    Basic instinct


  • JeffT

    The Shawshank Redemption (I see lots of analogies to live as a JW)

    The Patriot

    Master and Commander

    The Walk

    Red and Red 2

    Red Dawn

    Battle: Los Angeles


    300 Spartans (not "300," the one made back in the sixties).

    Lots of old science fiction

  • Iown Mylife
    Iown Mylife

    The Parent Trap (1961)

    The Unsinkable Molly Brown

    Those Calloways

    Paint Your Wagon

    The Quiet Man

    The Cheyenne Social Club

    A Big Hand for the Little Lady

    A High Wind in Jamaica

    The Secret of Santa Vittoria

    Kelly's Heroes

  • LoveUniHateExams

    Just wanted to resurrect this thread by saying that I saw Psycho a few weeks ago at my aunt's house.

    Yeah, I gotta say it's a great film. I can see why it's highly regarded as a classic.

    AFAIK, it was the first 'modern' horror film, in that there were no castles, vampires or werewolves. It involved ordinary Americans, set in contemporary America.

    And it was pretty damn good, too.

  • Nevuela

    Labyrinth (1986 Jim Henson film)

    The Wizard of Oz


    Short Circuit 2

    Pete's Dragon (the 1977 original, NOT the remake)

    Spirited Away

    The Nightmare Before Christmas

    The Goonies


    The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Disney, 1996)

  • slimboyfat

    Emerald Forest

    Son of the Morning Star

    Pan's Labyrinth


    Bourne Identity

    Batteries Not Included


    Distant Drums

    About Schmidt


  • NJ501

    I just watched Dead Pool was quite entertaining.

    But the Star Wars and the Marvel movies are my favorite.

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