1. City of God
2. Waking Life
3. Requiem for a Dream
4. Donnie Darko
5. The Dreamers
6. Fight Club
7. V for Vendetta
8. American Beauty
10. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
11. What's Eating Gilbert Grape
12. Pink Floyd: The Wall
13. Natural Born Killers...
1) All Lord of the Rings
2) All Harry Potters
3) Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
4) An Affair to Remember (original)
5) Less Than Zero
6) The Secretary
7) Because I Said So
8) American Dreams
9) American History X
10) Nightmare Before Christmas...
Recommend and recommend?
The Princes Bride
The Shawshank Redemption
Kill Bill 1 & 2
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas...
For Love of the Game
Count of Monte Cristo
Night and Day
The Last Holiday
That Touch of Mink
Just a few that I love to watch again and again
Saw another show that is in...
Okay everyone, lately I've been watching a LOT of movies... not because I'm bored or anything like that,but because I LOVE movies...the stories, the characters....I'm one of those people that just really connect with a movie.
So, if you are wondering if a movie is good or not...
sleeper/juli christie w.allen
The Whales of August /v.price
lean on me/?
all the presidents men
the original to kill a mocking bird
tales from the hood
close encounters of the...
Recently I was watching Shaun of the Dead and it struck me that the actress playing Barbara seemed familiar. I spent most of the movie trying hard to remember what else I'd seen her on. Finally, near the end of the movie, it struck me.
' Harriet Jones, MP, Flydale North'
With: Jean Arthur, Joel McCrea and Charles Coburn
This movie is witty! It has amazing dialogues and actings. I recommend this movie because it's funny and different.
The scene of Arthur and McCrea's kiss is extremely sensual, it's incredible. This is a "must see".
Die Hard with a vengance. I watched it last night on UKTV Gold. Never seen it before but it was pretty good. I really liked Zeus, he just made me laugh throughout. I didn't see it all though. Just from the big explosion in the underground.
Other movies I've recently seen that...
Luck number Sleven
Of course when I sit down to write a list of my fav's I cant think of all of them. I'll finish this later.
I watched this documentary recently and recommend it to other open-minded people. The question of why so much poverty exists is a favorite pet topic of mine, though I admit I don't put much time into studying the issue in depth. This film has a pretty cohesive perspective on...
The Dogtooth (2009)
4. Womb (2011)
5. The Depression Trilogy by Lars Von Trier which contains: The Antichrist, Melancholia, Nymphomaniac Vol.1 & 2
6. Would you rather
7. Hannibal (Red Dragon, Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal and Hannibal Rising)
8. Blue is the Warmest Colour
Chick Flick to make you laugh: Bridget Jones
Great Romance: An American President
Makes me laugh out loud no matter how many times I've seen it: Analyse This (and Analyse That)
Violence at it's best: The Godfather
Funny movie despite the casting of Carmen Electra
An anthropologist from an alien planet provides voice-over commentary for a documentary look at human courtship, mating, and reproduction: "complex, perverse, tragically beautiful: the earthbound human." The commentary...
I recommend you Ghost World,is my personal fave.I also recommend The chumscrubber,pretty persuasion,Down in the Valley,Undertow,Big fish many more and I also think you might like my opera prima the ever passing moment when it comes out.
in no special order..... and not limited to:
bringing down the house
agent cody banks 1 and 2
raise your voice
the wedding singer
cheaper by the dozen 1 and 2
40 year old virgin
employee of the month
1) Thirteen - Love, love, love this film. This was me at that age, it was scary to watch at first because it was such a powerful view into my world as a teen.
2) May - Very random and weird but in a way quite beautiful.
3) Face off - Nicholas Cage need I say more? No? I...