Aside from Pulp Fiction?
All of my yes.
<-- Cried like a bitch on multiple occasions.
Not afraid to admit.
this on the other hand was predictable and 'meh'
stupid and juvenile, but so am i.
1. V for Vendetta
2. American Psycho
this is my favorite movie of most categories, but there are others that it doesn't fit into
Favorite Western (not "the best" but MY favorite)
nah this ones just as good maybe better
comedy will always be top tier
It's like Python's Mean of Life - not a good movie on the whole, doesn't really fit together, but some of the individual scenes are very well done, and the rest is not boring enough to carry you to the next good scene.
favorite monster movie
you guys have shitty edgy taste
I loved that movie, its a shame not many people saw it. Great fucking movie anon
favorite thriller/sci fi
Horrible movie, don't understand why anyone likes it
I'm pissed I paid to see this in theaters
I liked this movie.
I liked this movie too.
GIVE US ZEE MONEY LEBOWSKI OR WE FUCK YOU
I feel comfortable saying this and Deathproof are the only good movies Tarantino ever made.
You're an even bigger fag than OP
Is this the one where he loses his family at the end? I think I liked it...
Good movie, even if I had to read subtitles for two hours
I'm sad that no one has posted Once Upon a Time in the West yet.
not my favorite by Anderson, but good I would say so.
Great performances given by both main actors
My favorite Wes Anderson
"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe"
Deathproof is my favorite Tarantino for sure, Once Upon a Time in the West is also my favorite Sergio Leone.
What was wrong with Children of Men?
favorite adaptation of a novel that was better than the source.
yeah I know, did post my favourite being 2001, german expressionism and italian neorealism aren't the best films, but Laurence of Arabia is hardly high class cinema, just a hollywood epic, of which there are fucking tonnes.
Check this one out on netflix. doesn't look like much but you won't regret the watch
these are pretty awesome
this was awesome, as was the book. they're both phenomenal in their own ways
still a good watch
I still enjoy this movie honestly
I never see pic related in any of these threads
>normal girl college-bound perfect student etc
>something unprecedented happens
>makes poor choice
>ending left in absolute intrigue
Spirited Away (All time favorite)
Favorite movie that isn't animated - The Truman Show
love this movie since i was a kid
Death proof and reservoir dogs are the only good movies tarantino made ? Go kill yourself faggot obviously you dont know shit, death proof was ball sack and pulp fiction one of the greatest films ever made
My favorite movies in no particular order.
Harold and Maude
Can't believe this hasn't been posted yet. Best movie ever.
eat drink man woman, this movie is really nice and so well played.
I hate having such a thing as a "favorite movie", but pic related is it.
Surprised this hasn't been posted yet.
dat scene were brody stands up and shouts "that fucking faggot!"
>Almost all world war 1 and 2 movies.
>There's this Italian horror movie I watched years ago. It was about an exorcism. Very long and full of suspense.
>The Iron Giant 2
>Some Italian movie about a Lolita house filled with 9yr old orphans.
>an Italian movie about a small house near the highway during summer.
>This movie about a girl who thinks dolly Parton(that female country singer) is her mom.
>All of those silly yet serious Asian movies that have that classic flying kung fu fights.
>And Frozen too...I think
can't tell why i liked it so much, it's just a fantastic film
I think this was the best hannibal movie ever, that and maybe hannibal rising.
Alien is top tier but aliens is my favourite of the series and #1 film. Simply because I saw it first when I was six and a film like that has a hell of an impact. Any alien fans excited for alien isolation?
Although the ending was like jerking off without cumming.
I love the way Harvey Keitel converses in this film. It reminds me of the Reservoir Dogs days.
''Checkpoint Nineteen ain't no two-bit hoosegow. You got broad-gauge iron bars on every door, vent, and window. You got barb' wire on every containment wall and barricade. You got seventy-two guards on the floor and sixteen more in the towers. You got a 325-foot drop into a moat full of crocodiles - but, like the best of 'em, it's got a soft spot, which in this case happens to take the form of a storm-drain sewer system datin' from the time of the original rock fortification way back in the Middle Ages. Now, nobody's sayin' it's a stroll down a tree-lined promenade with a fine lady and a white poodle, but it's got what you'd call ‘vulnerability' - and that's our bread and butter. Take a look.''
I'm in the film industry and I am fascinated by this type of thread. I love learning about what people ACTUALLY watch, not what they are supposed to like because it is critically acclaimed.