• 3 years 4 months ago
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    1. I, Curmudgeon
    2. American Splendor
    3. Ghost World

    To me, these films are important, because they are about introverted and/or eccentric oddballs who are bored and frustrated with the world around them, so they actively seek out and find similar people to make their existence less dismal. All three instantly put me in a better mood, and I'm the most cynical person I know.
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      • 3 years 4 months ago
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      1. King Kong (1933)
      2. Jurassic Park
      3. Donnie Darko

      4. Pee Wee's Big Adventure
      5. Shaun of the Dead


      Movies are meant to tell a story and in each of these films the characters are driven by the plot to change.
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        • 3 years 4 months ago
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        This is one of those question I can never answer firmly.
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          • 3 years 4 months ago
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          Dyzfunk7ional wrote:
          This is one of those question I can never answer firmly.



          I agree
          "I've lead you down the road to Nostalgia, now it's your turn"


          "Pandamonium (PANDA!)"
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            • 3 years 4 months ago
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            mainly for childhood reasons

            this movie because of my faith and because of the classic one by peanuts animator




            neverending story for the stand it takes on lost dreams




            teenage muntant ninja turtles because i saw it in theaters and it was one of my favorite things in childhood memory, also it was a well done movie, I also love their humor


            blues brothers because it is one of best comedies that is one of the best rock musicals


            and lastly labyrinth because of my love for jim hensons work, he was a genius


            sorry that's 5
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              • 3 years 4 months ago
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              I also have a bit of difficulty with this question but I'd have to say my all time favorite is Goodfellas. I think it's an excellent blend of action, comedy and drama. Also, I don't think Lorraine Bracco's performance in this film gets praised nearly enough.
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                • 3 years 4 months ago
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                My all time 3 favorite movies are
                1 Toy Story 2
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                3 Tangled

                These are my favorite because these are animation movies and i like animation movies.

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                  • 3 years 3 months ago
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                  My top three change constantly, but for now they're...

                  1. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
                  2. Jurassic Park
                  3. Frankenstein (1931)
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                    • 3 years 3 months ago
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                    vintagefantasy wrote:
                    mainly for childhood reasons

                    this movie because of my faith and because of the classic one by peanuts animator




                    neverending story for the stand it takes on lost dreams




                    teenage muntant ninja turtles because i saw it in theaters and it was one of my favorite things in childhood memory, also it was a well done movie, I also love their humor


                    blues brothers because it is one of best comedies that is one of the best rock musicals


                    and lastly labyrinth because of my love for jim hensons work, he was a genius


                    sorry that's 5



                    I like Labyrinth. Pretty decent show with all the animation and robots. My husband already told me his fave 3: American Beauty, The Princess Bride, Neverending Story.
                    "I've lead you down the road to Nostalgia, now it's your turn"


                    "Pandamonium (PANDA!)"
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                      • 1 year 10 months ago
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                      i love to watch movies and transformers is my favorite
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                        • 1 year 9 months ago
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                        As for me, my top three or five favorite films are as follows:

                        1. James Cameron's AVATAR (2009)



                        AVATAR is visually spectacular, even in 3D--though the fact that the main character is a soldier (Jake Sully) representing a more technologically advanced and more powerful culture (The RDA--short for Resources Development Administration) assimilating into a spiritual native culture (The Na'vi of the alien rainforest moon of Pandora) and the fact that the main character eventually turned against the culture of his birth are what made people scream it copied Kevin Costner's Dances with Wolves (1990) among many other things.

                        2. Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)



                        Who Framed Roger Rabbit is still the best and greatest of all live action/animation hybrids, especially since its release in 1988.

                        3. The Last Samurai (2003)



                        Like James Cameron's 2009 3D scifi fantasy epic AVATAR (not to be confused under the penalty of death with the Nickelodeon show also subtitled The Last Airbender), Edward Zwick's 2003 historical action drama epic Tom Cruise vehicle, The Last Samurai, is yet another variation on Kevin Costner's 1990 epic western Dances with Wolves, this time set in 1870's Japan for the most part, and with Japanese Samurai warriors instead of Native American Plains Indians. The Samurai Warriors of Japan are my favorite type of warrior--and one of Japan's most famous aspects. One of the stars of the Last Samurai, Ken Watanabe, went on to act in two of Christopher Nolan's films, Batman Begins (2005) (with Christan Bale) and Inception (2010) (with Leonardo DiCaprio).

                        4. Jurassic Park (1993)



                        The Greatest Dinosaur Movie of all time...and of our lives!

                        and

                        5. Star Wars (1977)



                        The Original 1977 Star Wars became a huge hit 35 years before Disney purchased Lucasfilm Ltd. to everyone's shock and amazement.

                        And that's my top five favorite films.

                        Anyway, out of my top 5 favorite movies, which movie(s) do you like the best?
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