Well the scariest best movie is the 1. Exorcism of Emily Rose... I cried after this movie I was so scared. 2. My Girl 3. Jaws 4. Inception 5. Finding Nemo 6. The Lion King 7. The Phantom of the Opera 8. It 9. Seven 10. Moulin Rouge
1. bed of roses 2. robin hood prince of thieves 3. bridget jones diary 4. the lake house 5. scream (the first one) 6. the princess bride 7. finding nemo 8. home alone (the first one) 9. E.T. 10. and scrariest movie for me was Frailty, really creeped me out.
this isnt as esy as it seems.... but here goes 1)titanic 2)notebook 3)sixth sense 3)scream 1 and 3 4)bridget jon's diary 1st part 5)erin brocovich 6)the millionaire baby 7)the pirates of carribean 1st part
Head (1968 Monkees film) End of Evangelion Monty Python's Life of Brian Persepolis Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind Batman (1966 w/ Adam West) Citizen Kane The Day the Earth Stood Still (the original) To Sir, With Love The Producers (the original)
There you are! You made it onto the forums! So what are YOUR top 10 movies that don't suck?
Here's my list. Subject to revision as my memory actually engages.
1. To Kill a Mockingbird 2. A Christmas Carol (original version best) 3. Silence of the Lambs 4. Pride & Prejudice (Kiera Knightly version) 5. A Beautiful Mind 6. Rear Window 7. Four Weddings and a Funeral 8. Drumline 9. All About Eve 10. In the outrageously silly but oh so fun category, I would say Elf, but someone already said it. So I will say Anchorman, the Legend of Ron Burgundy
1) Romeo and Juliet (1968) ~ my favorite film of all time since seeing it that year, when I was in my teens (Yes, I'm old.) The rest are in order of title length: 2) Diva 3) Privilege 4) Casablanca 5) Raiders of the Lost Ark 6) The Thief of Bagdad (1940) 7) Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 8) Hellboy & Hellboy II: The Golden Army 9) Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow 10)The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension
There are so many more I love! (Yeah. Yeah. That's what they all say, right?)
Hmm... 10 movies that don't suck. Here we go (in no particular order): 1. Fight Club 2. Pulp Fiction 3. Breakfast Club 4. Sixteen Candles 5. Memoirs of a Geisha 6. Zombieland 7. Kill Bill vol. 1 8. Fast and Furious 1 9. Eurotrip 10.Sixth Sense
1. Avatar 2. Titanic 3. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 4. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest 5. Toy Story 3 6. Alice in Wonderland 7. The Dark Knight 8. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 9. Inception 10. Independence Day
I've already given my 10 (and since doing so seen quite a few on other people's lists that could easily be on my top 10 if 10 were expanded to ... 50. ).
Oftentimes we go for older, classic movies. I'm not a big "opening day" moviegoer. But here are some movies that don't suck that are not old (unless your definition of "old" is a month or more.)
1. The King's Speech -- ab fab on all levels. Seen it twice already 2. The Young Victoria -- more British royalty history 3. Fair Game -- Sean Penn and Naomi Watts are both amazing. The faux WMDs mission in Iraq exposed. 4. The Green Zone -- a different spin on the faux WMDs in Iraq exposed. This one with Matt Damon 5.Greenburg -- Saw this on TV last night. Ben Stiller as a social inept former mental patient housesitting in Hollywood for his brother. It's uncomfortable as hell. But a good movie.
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