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1. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 02:15 GMT
We've had a lot of "top ten" lists around these forums, but I don't remember seeing one for films, so here we are!
No particular order:
The Lion King - My absolute favorite Disney movie of all time. It's a wonderful tale, that I never get tired of.
Back to the Future - Probably my favorite movie series of all time, all 3 could easily earn spots on my list, but to give other titles the spotlight, I'll only mention the one that started it all.
Jurassic Park - Another big film from my childhood. My older brother had the VHS and we used to watch it all the time (especially during the summer).
InuYasha: Castle Beyond the Looking Glass - This is probably the biggest "WTH are you talking about" entry on my list, lol. I was a huge fan of the series during middle school, and this is easily my favorite of it's movies. Embarrassingly enough as a guy (and a 13-14 year old guy at the time), my favoritism for this entry is largely due to an unexpected lovey dovey scene near the end, lol.
The Avengers - I've been a fan of almost all the Marvel films (even though I know jack squat about the comics themselves), and for awhile the first Iron Man was my favorite of the bunch, but the Avengers is pure awesomeness.
True Grit (original) - I've never been a fan of westerns (I usually find them dreadfully boring), but I used to watch this all the time with my dad, so I have a soft spot for it, and watch it whenever it's on.
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation - There are a lot of Christmas movies I like to watch around the season, but this has to be my favorite of the bunch. No matter how many times I've seen it, I always get a good laugh out of it.
The Karate Kid Part II - Nothing says 80's cheesefest like the original Karate Kid films, and this is my favorite of the trilogy.
Armageddon - The 90's had some spectacular disaster flicks (Twister being another favorite of mine), but Armageddon is my favorite of the bunch.
Godzilla: Final Wars - Ever since I was a kid I've loved the Godzilla films, and this one (the newest, and supposedly final one) was like a love letter to fans of the King of Monsters. Throughout the film he fights 10 classic Godzilla baddies, including the epic facepalm that is Zilla (the "Godzilla" from the 1998 Hollywood film).
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2. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 02:31 GMT
i don't have a top 10, but these are my 2 favorite movies of all time and they're both #1:
Mononoke Hime + The Lion King
3. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 02:47 GMT
1 Pan's Labyrinth
5 Fantastic Mr. Fox
7 The Muppets
9 Moonrise Kingdom
Edited on Thu 28th February, 2013 @ 02:48 by Kyloctopus
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4. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 02:49 GMT
Also don't have a top 10. This is what pops up in my mind in no order
Napoleon Dynamite - I have a thing for dry, dialogue-driven humor, and this managed to master it without seeming highbrow in the least (since some people use that argument against Dr. Katz)
Ghostbusters - A classic comedy, and it's aged very well.
A Clockwork Orange - Last time I saw this movie was a while ago, but it blew my mind, even if it sorta messed me up for more then the length of the movie.
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5. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 03:27 GMT
9. Back to the Future
8. The Fantastic Mr. Fox
7. Super 8
5. The Adventures of Tintin
4. Scott Pilgrim vs The World
3. Toy Story 3
2. The Avengers
1. Wreck-It Ralph
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6. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 03:50 GMT
1. Batman the Dark Knight
2.Harry Potter Franchise
3.The Lion King
6.The Breakfast Club
7.The Amazing Spiderman
8.Nightmare Before Christmas
9.The Perks Of Being a Wallflower
10.Starwars 4-6 Then 1-3
There's many more but this is what came to mind.
Edited on Thu 28th February, 2013 @ 03:52 by rockerkid93
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7. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 04:06 GMT
I'll try to list some. Not all of them are in a particular order though. Some I'm not sure about now, so I'll add shoutouts to ones I'll always love.
1. Star Wars (A New Hope): One of the greatest films in history. Helped make me the SW superfan that I am today.
2. The Grinch: An amazing live-action recreation of my favorite storybook of all time. all the spectacle, makeup, and effects are still mindboggling to this day and age of "CG everything."
3.Toy Story: A Pixar classic that I'll always treasure. I love all 3, just the first is a bit more cherished.
4. Spider-Man 2: One of the best superhero films, let alone sequels, ever made. Still wish SM 4 was made instead of a reboot.
5. Invasion of Astro-Monster: My fav. old-school Godzilla film. A perfect blend of human drama, alien invasion, and monster action.
6. Jurassic Park: The movie that brought dinos back to life. A memorable cast, beloved score, and great effects work. I also genuinely love JP III too, because when you think about it, its not very different from the first JP.
7. Atlantis The Lost Empire: The last Disney (traditionally animated) movie I've ever liked. An amazing epic full of great characters memorable moments and a great sense of discovery and its still severly overlooked to this day.
8. The Dark Knight Rises: A truly epic conclusion to one of the best trilogies ever made. Still gives me the chills thinking about it.
9. Napoleon Dynamite: A beloved oddball movie with dozens of memorable quotes and situations. Me and my family love it to death. Its too bad about the animated series tanking so quick.
10. DragonBall Evolution: A movie that had the [dragon]balls to remold and modernize a beloved franchise. Despite failing miserably I still love it.
Special shoutouts to The Wizard of Oz, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, and Disney's Peter Pan for being some of my personal favorite childhood movies to watch over and over.
Edited on Fri 1st March, 2013 @ 06:59 by MasterBombad
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8. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 04:18 GMT
Fight Club My all time fav movie.
Idiocracy Such a funny movie that explains how our future could end up to be.
Escape from New York Classic Action Movie with an Anti-Hero as the protagonist.
The Perks of being a Wallflower Best movie I saw 2012.
Ghostbusters Do I need to explain?
Mad Max: The Road Warrior They call it Star Wars in cars, nuff said. You haven't seen it? Give it a look, Classic Mel Gibson movie here.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles(1990) First live action TMNT movie, and the best one of all.
Avengers Incredible movie that every major actor had his/her moment to shine, definitely the best Superhero movie of all time.
The Empire Strikes back My favorite Star Wars movie.
Terminator 2 Classic action movie ahead of it's time, Schwarzenneger's best movie in my opinion.
Edited on Thu 28th February, 2013 @ 04:19 by MikeDanger
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9. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 04:25 GMT
In no particular order:
The Iron Giant; The Little Mermaid; The Nightmare Before Christmas; Castle in the Sky; Terminator 2; AI (Artificial Intelligence); Hair; Scott Pilgrim Vs, the World; Whip it; and Persepolis.
Wish I could've put more... There's so many good titles.
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10. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 04:26 GMT
In no order:
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
How to Train your Dragon
Marvel's The Avengers
The Breakfast Club
The Hunger Games
Beauty and the Beast
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11. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 04:32 GMT
In no particular order
Titanic: Not so much the love story (personally I could have cared less) but I am a huge Titanic nerd lol. So for me it was the accuracy of the ship and the sinking and even the people that make it one of my favorite movies if that makes sense.
Dark Knight: IMO one of the best Batman movies of all time. Heath's performance as Joker was just perfect.
Back to the Future: Pretty much just like everyone else has said its a timeless classic
Terminator 2: As much as I hate Arnold I can't hate this movie one of my all time favorites
Highlander: A gritty 80s sword and sorcery flick that spawned a franchise. Plus the soundtrack by Queen was just perfect
Christmas Story: Just the best Christmas movie of all time. For me its just not Christmas without seeing this movie.
Rainman: My favorite Tom Cruise movie.
Aladdin: My favorite Disney movie of all time.
Lord of the Rings: My favorite fantasy movie, I just listed LOTR for the whole series.
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: If I have to explain this one well than you have never seen it and should.
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12. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 04:51 GMT
I can name 5:
Back to the Futures part 1 and 2, Pirates of the Caribbean, Spirited Away, The Birds
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13. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 04:59 GMT
all must see movies
1.MASTER P last don
2.MASTER P i got hook up
3.MASTER P im bout it
4.Boys in Hood
6.Above the Rim
7.Menace II Society
8.Light it up
Edited on Thu 28th February, 2013 @ 05:10 by Mr_Trill281
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14. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 05:03 GMT
the other nine don't matter.
Edited on Thu 28th February, 2013 @ 05:03 by BadKitty
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15. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 05:14 GMT
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
The Good, Bad and the Weird
Dances With Wolves
The Dark Crystal
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16. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 05:25 GMT
I don't think I could narrow my favorite movies down to just 10.
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17. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 19:36 GMT
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
This is Spinal Tap
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
The Dark Knight
In no particular order, and with (at least) three dozen other films I desperately wish I could've somehow included.
Edited on Thu 28th February, 2013 @ 19:36 by RevolverLink
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18. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 19:47 GMT
i dont watch tv but big trouble in little china is the best movie ever made.
and all the friday the 13 movies
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19. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 20:12 GMT
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze
Raiders of the Lost Arc
The Last Crusade
A New Hope
Empire Strikes Back
Return of the Jedi
Fellowship of the Ring
The Two Towers
Return of the King
Edited on Thu 28th February, 2013 @ 20:18 by Ryno
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20. Posted: Thu 28th Feb 2013 22:40 GMT
These aren't in order.
1. Scott Pilgrim VS. The World - Good acting, amazing music, and some of the coolest special effects ever. Plus, a crapload of video game references.
2. Ghostbusters - A true classic. Hilarious and virtually perfect.
3. Starwars Episode 5 - My personal favourite Starwars movie, although I like them all.
4. Kick-Ass - There is something about that whole "random nerd has no powers but still becomes a hero" idea that I just adore. Plus, it was hilarious, and action packed. When you mix action and comedy, I'm always in.
5. The Dark Knight Rises - I liked it even better than the Dark Knight. As far as superhero movies go, this is tough to beat.
6. The Avengers - Oh man, probably one of the awesomest movies that I've ever seen. What a rush!
7. Pulp Fiction - I'm a HUGE Tarantino fan, and this has to be my favourite, although I unfortunately haven't seen Django yet (I turn 18 in a few months, but the guy at the theatre wouldn't let me in), so this is subject to change.
8. The Room - Okay, this movie is terrible. Yes, I put a terrible movie on my top 10 list. It's so bad that it's hilarious. Incredibly funny. I recommend watching it... but be warned. It really is one of the worst movies ever made.
9. Wreck It Ralph - Anybody who likes video games should watch this film. It is utterly exceptional. The animation is great and the voice acting is amazing.
10. Reservoir Dogs - Another excellent film from Tarantino.