Sorry, mine's not really a movie. Its a TV series called "24" but its all centred around American Presidents. Love it.
"America, F*&k Yeah!" ROFL - man, that gets me every time. That is hilarious..."here we come to save the m-f-ng day.." hahahaha *tears rolling down cheeks*
agree with both fierycj's picks, now I still get one fer ma post
The Last Emperor is hands down one of the best political and historical films I have ever seen.
Contrary to my usual policy not to participate in any forums where "the best" of something is discussed, I'm gonna jump right into this one -- not with a movie, but TV show: "The West Wing". I don't know about the best, but it's up there for sure.
I love Wag the Dog. Robert De Niro is great. It's pretty out there in terms of downright insanity, but it's good entertainment and gives me a few laughs each time I watch it.
really enjoyed last king of scotland and shawshank redemption
Since we've already breached from movie into TV, I will add "John Adams" series.
The HBO mini-series The House of Saddam was also interesting to watch. I recently saw one installment on the one about Winston Churchill, and I definitely want to seet the rest of it on VOD when I have chance.
Can Mr. Smith Make it to Washington Anymore?
A documentary on the grassroots methods of campaigns...really entertaining.
I couldn't think of one before I started reading the responses, and maybe I'll think of a different one later, but those mentioned that I really liked: Hotel Rwanda, V for Vendetta, and Blood Diamond (in that order).
Oh, just thought of a new one: The Last King of Scotland. Not historically accurate, but brilliant; would probably place it 2nd or 3rd in the list above...
by fierycj 10 years ago
If you wanna know the truth, Religious movies are terribly boring. They really are. But there are some exceptions. Omen, the old one was a classic. Stigmata,just brilliant. Sin Eaters wasn't half bad too. RIP Heath Ledger. Don't even mention Da Vinci Code to me. Props to Tom Hanks and all. He never...
by fierycj 10 years ago
One movie per post. Mean Machine.
by Jason Licerio 5 years ago
What's your favorite movie of all time?Mine is Toy Story, all the three movies.
by Katee Shew 6 years ago
What's your favorite movie, and why would you recommend it?
by Thomas Byers 7 years ago
What's your favorite movie of all time and why?I'm really torn between two choices.1. Gone With The Wind2. The Wizard Of OzGone With The Wind was the first movie I ever went to the theater and watched. It had to be one of the best movies ever made. Dorthy in the Wizard of Oz was just off the chain....
by expatincanada 3 years ago
Matthew McConaughey eating oysters, A Time to Kill – Matthew McConaughey eating oysters………need I say more?
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