What is your favorite movie of all time?
Mine would have to be Transformers: The Movie from 1986. I've watched it at least 100 times and could watch it a thousand more times. I'm almost to the point where I could recite the movie line for line. What's your favorite movie of all time?
My favorite movie of all time would probably have to be Happy Gilmore, with Adam Sandler.
If I had to pick just one it would have to be E.T. I absolutely love that movie and still get all teary every time I see it.
I love E.T. Such a classic. Whenever I talk to people who have never seen it I'm in such disbelief, like how could anyone not have seen E.T.
There are people that have never seen E.T.? There should be a law against that! lol...
I can't pick one absolute favorite, only because my favorite films mean different things to me. If I had to pick my top 5 favorite films (and in no order:)
-Rashomon (everything about this film is brilliant)
-Evil Dead 2 (manic gory fun)
-Animal Crackers (maybe not the best Marx Brothers film, but it's the first one I saw and what made me a fan.)
-The Muppet Movie (I believe that this is one of the best children's films ever made)
-Raiders of the Lost Ark (The most fun film ever made)
I have never even heard of Rashomon. I'm gonna have to look that one up.
Akira Kurosawa was one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, his films inspired many well known American directors and films.
I haven't got one. But I love many; the Lord of the Rings trilogy probably comes close to what you're asking. I saw it at the cinema, rented the DVDs, bought the DVDs and back then I paid a pretty penny and I also bought and read the books. I handn't read it while still in the States. My son, he's 12, has been watching the film since he was four and every time he watches any of the three he does recite the movie line for line.
(great way to learn English, hugh?)
MY SON ALSO HAS 3 or 4 DIFFERENT PC games!
The Lord of the Rings is awesome. I own the 15 disc blu-ray collection and it is one of the best movie collections that I own. I can't wait for the Hobbit movies!
Neither can I! I found a '70s animated version of the Hobbit on Youtube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfrhGXpL … page#t=16s
I never even heard of that before. I must check it out. Thanks for telling me about it!
My favorite movie of all time is James Cameron's Titanic. It was a movie that I felt took me on an epic journey with each moment being magical as well as intense. The romance between the two leads was one of the few romances that I really cared for more than any other romance movie. The effects are still top notch to this day even somewhat better than Avatar and is one of most well shot and excellently crafted films I've ever seen.
Serenity by Joss Whedon for sure. I saw this movie before I even knew of the series that inspired it, Firefly. This movie has everything! It's an action movie, but not over the top. It has a sci-fi element, but also a western feel. It's funny and heartfelt at the same time. The writing is perfect, as most of Whedon's work is. And the characters..... they are what makes this movie great. They are perfect, well rounded characters who grow through the movie. I recommend this movie to everyone, even if you are not a fan of sci-fi. Definitely worth the watch.
I love Whedon's work but have yet to see Serenity or Firefly. I never got the opportunity to watch the entire series of Firefly so I never gave Serenity a chance.
I should watch it!! You won't regret it. It's Whedon's best work. You could start with the movie like I did. The movie was made as a sort of stand alone. You don't have to be familiar with the series to understand the movie and enjoy it.
by Sprinkler Man8 years ago
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by crankalicious6 years ago
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by fierycj8 years ago
One of mine is the line by Azareal played by Jason Lee in the movie, Dogma, where who says, "I know how to make a HOLY bartender!" and then he shot up the bartender with holes. Holy bartender - brilliant.
by Emer4205 years ago
Please give specific details of why the film is your favorite, and explain it's importance in your everyday life.
by Noor8 months ago
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