My 6 Favorite Films

A list of the six best films I've ever seen.
July 16, 2007
Yeah, I'm a movie nerd. I've always wanted to direct, I've liked pretty much ever movie I've ever seen, and I love talking about movies. And from these results, I bring you the six best films I've ever seen.


DIRECTED BY: John Carpenter
STARRING: Kurt Russell
I remember the first time I watched this, it was just okay, but when I saw it over and over again I was blown away. Kurt Russell as Jack Burton and John Carpenter as the director went along perfectly. Though, I still think that the story, special effects, and Lo Pan were what made the movie so good.
(P.S. When my dad was a chef, he got a chance to make breakfast for the guy that played Egg Shen.)


DIRECTED BY: John Carpenter
STARRING: Jamie Lee Curtis
My user name tells all: I am a Michael Myers freak. When I turned this on for the first time, I knew right away that I was going to love it. And, I did. Some of the sequels were okay, too, (NOT including Halloween 3. It was okay, but we're talking about Myers' movies)but the original outclassed them all. It may seem impossible, but Rob Zombie may do the impossible with the remake and outmatch the original. Who knows.


DIRECTED BY: Terry Gilliam
STARRING: David Rappaport
Time Bandits was one of the most underrated movies I've ever seen. The story, the acting, and the special effects were the best I've ever seen in a film. I read that there was originally going to be a Time Bandits 2, but the director just forgot about the whole thing because two of the actors passed away. It would probably have been pretty good, but no fantasy film has met up with Time Bandits just yet.

DIRECTED BY: Newt Arnold
STARRING: Jean Claude Van Damme
It's pretty ironic that this is already on the list, because I just saw it about a week ago. Still, it's obviously the best martial arts movie I've ever seen. Jean Claude Van Damme and Bolo Yeung's performances were both outstanding and believable. Well, it is believable. After all, it's based on a true story. Frank Dux was a pretty cool character, too.

2. CLOAK & DAGGER (1984)
DIRECTED BY: Richard Franklin
STARRING: Henry Thomas
Cloak & Dagger was the most underrated movie I've ever seen. Every single little thing about this movie was exceptional; the acting, the directing, the story...Anyways, I just had to put it as being number two on my list.

And the best movie ever made is.........


DIRECTED BY: Quentin Tarantino
STARRING: Uma Thurman
When I first popped it in, I knew I was going to like it but instead I loved it. It very quickly became my all time favorite motion picture. I know that lots of people have trouble deciding what their favorite movie is, but not me. After seeing this, it was very easy. Quentin Tarantino did a fine job with this, as well as Reservoir Dogs, another one of my favorites. It also had some of the greatest catch phrases, too.("Royale with cheese") Anyways, there you have it, my all time favorite film. Thanks for reading.
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