Lost in Translation, V for Vendetta, Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2, Lady in the Water, Pan's Labyrinth
That's a tough one for me to answer because I can be very picky sometimes. Hmmm...
In the Beginning (Babylon 5)
Lord of the Rings (Part 1)
Matrix, The (original)
Possibly Schindler's List, though I haven't seen the entire movie.
There are probably others that I've forgotten about.
Watched "Melinda and Melinda" a month ago, I love Woody Allen.
Originally Posted by Hatesink
Mel Brooks should be ordained as a god. Seriously.
Even though I hate the Wachowski brothers for the slaughtering of the Matrix 2 and 3 after such an awesome opening film, V for Vendetta was rad. V couldv'e fought in a bit more realistic manner, like in the last fight scene where he gets shot up then kills alls the cops or whatever they're called, the slow motion scenes made him look like a hunchback with a lame leg. I understand he was shot up and everything but if you watch the scene the intention is not to make him look injured, it was just filmed and edited in a sub-par manner.
Brick is a fantastic movie aswell, you all need to watch brick. I assume most everyone here would enjoy classic film noire style detective movies, Brick basically revisits that. The setting is a bit hard to wrap your mind around for the story being told (they're all high school students you see) but if you can manage to convince yourself to make that believable, then you're in for an awesome time watching that movie.
Sin City is amazing, I was a fan of Frank Miller for his Batman work well before this, but hadn't really ever followed the sin city series, after watching the movie I picked up a few novels and I was blown away. Not only is the movie so true to the graphic novels that it's like the pages come to life, but the stylization of the movie is so true to form, revolutionary, innovative and perfectly on par it's mind-boggling.
Interview with the vampire is a fantastic movie aswell, albeit a little depressing at times because some of the scenes from the book simply -can't- be replicated in movie form. In either case, that's how vampires should be portrayed. As much as I like the Blade movies, it doesn't make sense that an immortal race is comprised mostly of thugs and morons, and the sheer numbers represented in blade make the whole thing unfathomable.
Uhhh, what else... Hmm, Blow is an awesome movie, you wouldn't think that a movie about a drug smuggler can pull at your heart strings, but good god, never been that close to crying at the end of a movie
I'll probably add more to this later, I'm sort-of a movie nerd.
Ok... just to save time I'm going to modify Raveness's list. Shocking I know, But I mostly agree with it. Also, Shocking!
1977 Star Wars
1981 Indiana Jones
1982 The Thing -- (B&W version was classic)
1982 Blade Runner
1987 Lethal Weapon
1987 The Princess Bride
1988 Die Hard -- "Yippi-kai-Yeah MotherF#@ker!"
1988 Willow -- It really was a nice movie.
1989 Cyborg -- Not sure I remember this one? Dolph film?
1990 Total Recall
1990 Tremors -- Sorry, not a Tremors fan.
1991 Robin Hood - Prince of Thieves
1991 Terminator 2
1992 Reservoir Dogs
1994 Pulp Fiction
1994 True Lies
1995 Johnny Mnemonic -- Drawing a blank. Think I saw it.
1997 Event Horizon
1997 Fifth Element -- Yup!
1999 Boondock Saints -- 2nd person in to say they liked this, what is it??
1999 Fight Club
1999 The Matrix
2000 Pitch Black -- Yes! Very much so!
2000 Memento -- Hmm? Got me on this one?
2001 Lord of the Rings trilogy
2003 Pirates of the Caribbean
2003 Underworld -- Surprisingly good.
2004 Collateral -- Hmm? Not sure?
2004 Shaun of the Dead -- Didn't see
2005 Lord of War -- Didn't see
2005 Serenity - Was good. Saw the movie Before I watch the series.
2005 Sin City
2006 V for Vendetta -- Not seen
2006 The Prestige -- Not seen
2006 Casino Royale -- Not seen
2007 Children of Men -- Not seen
The Mummy series (Scorpion King as well)
Evil Dead series
The Chronicles of Riddick (Pitch Black sequal)
Star Trek series
The One (Jet Li)
The Usual Suspects
A Knight's Tale
The Green Mile
Fast & the Furious
Analyze This (And That)
The Hunt for Red October
D&D Movie (Cheesy, but I liked it)
Adam Sandler movies
Bud Abbott & Lou Costello flicks (B&W)
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Fallout Boy (Based off a comic I think?)
Dead Poets Society
Jurassic Park (First One)
Silence of the Lambs
??? -- More I'm sure.
All those old family classics: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Jason & the Argonauts, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Hercules, SinBad the Sailor, Voyage to the bottom of the Sea, Etc.
And some of those romantic comedies that girls drag you too. Meh, some are fairly decent actually... Shhh!
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love clockwork orange and the wall vid, I loved the movie crank and prbly my fav movie Equilibrium
Originally Posted by D'Sparil
Favourite movies? So hard to choose!
The Chinese Connection (Bruce Lee FTW)
Army of Darkness
The Matrix (original)
Lost in Translation