There have been so many wonderful movies over the years, but my favorite movie is Toy Story. My next favorite is the Lord of the Rings trilogy.
Upon this question, I flash back in memory. A lot good movies have become classics, engraving aurary circles in people's minds. I cannot say which one is the best!
I don't just have 1 I have a bunch!
Monty Python's Quest for the Holy Grail
Much A'do About Nothing
& A Knight's Tale
are my top 5
Having been a movie buff for about 75 years (truthfully), it's rather hard to say. The moment I think, "That's it", another one pops in my head. This morning I was thinking of "Somewhere In Time", "Room With A Vieiw" and 'Madame Bovary". Tomorrow it might occur to me how much I like "Hunt For Red October", "A Few Good Men", "Lost Horizon", "Pride and Prejudice" and "The Birds". Can't leave out "Braveheart", "Matrix", "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel". . . And on and on with outstanding films. How can I possibly choose ONE?
I'll try. I saw "Gone With The Wind" on its first rounds in 1939 and many times since. It's such a powerful movie and to think what a trailblazer it was in the industry - just amazing. It highlights history - both good and very bad parts. It highlights human character - both good and very bad. It's amazingly gorgeous and gripping. What's not to like?
I have it in my DVD library and have to watch it again from time to time. Today might be a good day to watch it, in fact!!
There are so many but if I had to pick one today, I'd have to say "Lady Sings The Blues." It's the story of Billie Holiday, flawlessly portrayed by Diana Ross who was nominated for an Oscar for her performance. It moves me everytime I watch it.
The Godfather. Not exactly an original choice, but it has everything a great movie needs in terms of direction, acting, music, dialogue, etc.
Alfred Hitchcock's black comedy 'Troubel with Harry" Takes place during one day in a samm New England villiage during the autumn, Music, scenery, actors, all go together.
Tim Burton's monster movie from 1989...Batman! Saw that movie five times that year.
The Colin Firth version of Pride and Prejudice... (this one if I am forced to pick)
Meg Ryan, Tom Hanks You've Got Mail... (this would be second)
Tommy Lee Jones, Robert Duval Lonesome Dove.
Matt Damon Borne Series... (this would be second also)
Ground Hog Day.
John Wayne The Quiet Man.
Will Smith I Robot.
Brangelina, Mr. & Mrs. Smith...
John Wayne The Shootist
Walberg The Shooter
Emma Thompson Sense and Sensibility
Rex Harrison, Audrey Hepburn My Fair Lady
Jimmy Stewart Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Lord of the Ring series
Singing in the Rain
Fried Green Tomatoes
Hellboy I & II
Mission Impossible series
Costner Open Range
Eastwood, Unforgiven, Grand Torino, Every Which Way But Loose, Outlaw Josey Wales,
Willis, Fifth Element, Die Hard with a Vengeance,
Adam Sandler The Longest Yard, Happy Gilmore, The Wedding Singer
Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Premium Rush
All Marvel comic Movies especially The Avengers
Christian Bale, Batman series
It's a hard one. I have so many movies that I love watching again and again. I think it's a toss-up between 'Tangled' and 'Day After Tomorrow'. Strange combination, right?
I love 'Tangled' because it's such a sweet story and it's based on a fairytale, but it has more plot to it. The characters are so lovable, and sometimes I find myself singing or humming along to the songs!
'Day After Tomorrow' is probably one of the first disaster movies that I've ever seen, and I absolutely enjoyed that as well. I think it encouraged me to watch more movies in that genre.
Crash, if you haven't seen it yet I highly suggest it. ......http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0375679/
Yes! Impossible question. There are so many good movies. If I had to choose 1 of 10 would be easier. But for now I will say Groundhog day with Bill Murray. I love how romantic he becomes at the end and wins the girl.
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by Jake Frost 6 years ago
What's your favourite family movie?You don't necessarily have to have been a child at the time but what are you favourite Disney/Pixar sort of filmsMine would have to be Toy Story, an absolute classic. Very closely drawn with Lion king
by mastergreen 3 years ago
What's Your Favourite Action Movie?Hi, I just wanted to find out some popular titles in the Action Genre. Can you help please? I'm looking for some of the best films in the action movies category. Thanks.
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