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Oh man I do not know, because it was the twist that made it so real. I do not know..., however I have seen it more than once. I had to watch it a second time. I had missed a lot, from having my eyes closed the first time.
You know, funny you should ask. My wife and I watched it again last night for the first time in years (I think that was my first re-watching since I saw it in theaters), and it was great. I definitely recommend it even if the "twist" has been ruined.
That film scared the sh*t out of me when it came out, remember those scenes when those people seen had their heads looking like they were wrapped in bandages and moving too fast? I had dreams like that when I was a small kid, and those memories came flooding back when I first saw the film @ 20 years old (gulp)
OHHH another Kubrick classic. Did that guy make some strange movies or what ? And David Lynch a favorite of mine makes some weird stuff too. " Blue Velvet " was pretty strange. And " Mulholland Highway " too.
Synecdoche for me. I watched when half asleep however. Think it's double edged really, it needs a few rewatches I think, which gives it longevity but also makes it a bit annoying. Can't decide whether it was really clever or a bit too self-indulgent.
ROFL oh those poor prawns. Yes Logic I saw District 9 and I can tell you yes I was horrified to see a prawn treated like they were.Top movie though especially got exciting when he started turning into a prawn himself. Poor man,can you imagine the trauma he suffered. I remembered the one I was thinking of....Wolf Creek....have you seen it Logic. The scariest freakiest thing I have ever seen.
inception shutter island rashomon ran (symbolism is simply amazing when used masterfully like akira kurasawa does in this movie) sixth sense 8 1/2 (on the surface of the film it may not seem too complex, but it has a lot of symbolism that will blow your freaking mind) unbreakable memento vanilla sky fight club
and probably many others, as these are just the ones at the top of my head at the moment.
Most people took mine, so I'll throw in some additional ones:
The Mothman Prophecies The Time Machine-The newer version (although, I didn't think it was a great movie, the concept was out there) Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind ...and what about another Jim Carrey movie...Number 23
And last but not least...
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull...just why oh why?
Are any of my favorite movies your favorite movies too?How many of my favorite movies would also be on your list of favorite movies? Which ones? Why? And why wouldn't some be on your favorite movies list?Inception,...