The Princess Bride is my favorite movie of all time. However, I have many other favorites.
10. Pirates of the Caribbean, all three 9. Star Wars, all of them, especially the prequels 8. The Count of Monte Cristo 2002 7. The Young Victoria 6. The Chronicles of Narnia, both of them 5. High School Musical 4. The Twilight Saga 3. Lord of the Rings 2. Titanic 1. The Princess Bride
Gojira - By far the best giant monster movie EVER. I know King Kong is the popular vote on that one, but to me, it's a lot like a 1933 version of Avatar. Sure, it's pretty to look at and the visuals are absolutely STUNNING but it's not much else. Gojira, on the other hand, is a multi-layered story with so much going on and such a resounding theme and such INCREDIBLE atmosphere that it's hard not to get caught up.
Forrest Gump - By far Tom Hanks' best performance and one of the most iconic characters of all time. Also, the mix of humor and drama is one that I LOVE.
What is your favorite Line in a movie?One of my favorite movies is Aliens - Favorite line,(Bill Paxton) Pvt Hudson: With those things running around out there "you can count me out"Then after a brief discussion on who should go and hook up the remote link,Bishop volunteers and Hudson says...
Every friday, my friends and I get together to have a movie night at someone's house. It is always a lot of fun but I have noticed that a magority of the movies we watch are duds. Could you help me out and tell me which movies are your fan favorites? I want to make the next movie night the best one...
There are many truly memorable remarks uttered by actors on the big screen. My favorite is when Scarlet finally realizes what she had in Rhett just before he leaves and he utters that famous one-liner: "Frankly my dear Scarlet, I don't give a damn."What's your favorite?
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