Favorite Flicks



  • [Deleted User]
    [Deleted User] Member Posts: 2,312 ✭✭✭
    edited September 2016
    Natural Born Killers
    Fight Club
    Kill Bill I-III
    The Craft
    Kick Ass I & II
    The Prophecy I-III
    Blade I-III
    Hellraiser I-IV
    Underworld (all of them)
    Resident Evil (all of them)
    Beautiful Creatures
    Harry Potter (all of them)
    The Matrix (all of them)
    Book of Eli (Washington/Kunis version)
    Aliens (all of them)
    Predator (all of them)
    Transformers (all but the last one)
    Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight
    Bubba Ho-Tep

  • InspTurbines
    InspTurbines Member Posts: 349 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited September 2016
    @DarkFae, your list reminded me of another great one by Stanley Kubrick, A Clockwork Orange! Makes me and my droogs want to commit some ultra-violence against some walkers whilst singing in the rain!

    I also remember a couple of Akira Kurosawa movies: Seven Samurai, The Idiot And Ran to just name a few.
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  • [Deleted User]
    [Deleted User] Member Posts: 2,312 ✭✭✭
    edited September 2016

    TBH I tried to watch A Clockwork Orange but couldn't get into it. I have this "thing" about clowns and mimes seem very much like clowns to me (like high class, upscale clowns but clowns just the same) and found that it didn't make any logical sense IMO. I'm not a big fan of movies like that and that's one of the reasons why I'm not a big of Alice in Wonderland either. I love movies that make you think, like 12 Monkeys (Willis/Pit) or Angel Heart (Rourke/De Niro/Bonet) but not movies that make you wonder if someone slipped something into your drink :wink:
  • mcbkhicks
    mcbkhicks Member Posts: 630 ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 2016
    so @DarkFae ur not a fan of napoliean dynamite either huh

    clowns dont bother me much but the movie IT is a lil different
  • [Deleted User]
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    I've not ever seen napoliean dynamite. Thanks for the warning. I read the book and saw the movie IT and IT totally creeped me out. :s Clowns put me in mind of Gacy.
  • mcbkhicks
    mcbkhicks Member Posts: 630 ✭✭✭✭
    yea its prob not a movie for ya... its dumb but i like all kinds of movies so i thought it was funny

    oh a few others

    pet cemetary
    & most all steven king stuff
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  • [Deleted User]
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    edited September 2016

    Steven King's books are good as well. He's one of the few authors out there who's work tends to survive being translated on to the big or small screen. Not all the time but most of the time. :) I like silliness and comedy too. Some of my favorites are:

    The Friday movies (already been mentioned)
    All About the Benjamins
    The 5th Element
    Night at the Museum (all of them)
    50 First Dates
    Scary Movies (all of them)
    The Wedding Crashers
    The Princess Bride
    Raising Arizona
    Bring It On
    Good Luck Chuck
    Pump Up the Volume
    Pirates of the Caribbean (all of them)
    Serial Mom
    Iron Man (all of them) They might not be considered comedy but Robert Downey Jr makes me laugh.
    The Birdcage
    Indiana Jones and the.... (all of them)
    Mean Girls (both of them)
    Men in Black (all of them)

  • InspTurbines
    InspTurbines Member Posts: 349 ✭✭✭✭✭
    @DarkFae and @mcbkhick's, who could forget The Shinning Jack Nicholson' s " Here's Johnny!". As for Gacy I saw one of his paintings in a macabre museum...and it was absolutely creeeepy!
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  • [Deleted User]
    [Deleted User] Member Posts: 2,312 ✭✭✭
    edited September 2016
    Every movie based on on his early works was awesome IMO! I have read many of his books and they are even better than the movies.

    Carrie (the original)
    Needful Things
    Pet Cemetery

    I agree the world is definitely a better place with Gacy gone...he was a very sick person.
  • rgerkman
    rgerkman Member Posts: 2,412 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited September 2016
    Ever read Gerald's Game?
    Now that was a book!!! One of my most memorable reads by Stephen King! Love that man!!

    I remember when TWD first started? Ir maybe a couple seasons in.. Stephen King posted on FB that he would be writing & directing a season.. I was soooo excited lol
    Then later that day.. He wrote a big ol April Fools Day!! :joy: I was not happy lol

    Christine!!! My father actually bought a "Christine" many moons ago cause of that movie!! Beautiful car!! Thankfully it was nothing like the book/movie lol
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    I was at one point making a big project of reading every book ever written in order written or as close to it as possible by Stephen King but I got as far as the end of Desperation and discovered Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy and switched over to other writers like J.R. Ward and Jim Butcher. I like King's writing style as well as his story crafting. He truly has a gift.
  • FunGamingTrash
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    Suicide Squad!
  • mcbkhicks
    mcbkhicks Member Posts: 630 ✭✭✭✭
    oh yea cant forget

    marry poppins
    herbie movies
    chitty chitty bang bang

    i love older movies
  • rgerkman
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    That made me think of Old Yellar & Benji!!
    E.T. Is another Classic!!
    Sound Of Music

    Dark Crystal
    Charlie & The Chocolate Factory

    Sweet Sixteen
    Fast Times at Ridgemont High

    Just to add a few more hahaha
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    There Are However.. Plenty of Stupid Answers!!

  • mcbkhicks
    mcbkhicks Member Posts: 630 ✭✭✭✭
    @rgerkman i already said ET lol &
    yes old yeller & benji were great
  • InspTurbines
    InspTurbines Member Posts: 349 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited September 2016
    Some trivia about Fast Times a Ridgemont High. Cameron Crowe got permission to go under cover as a student at Clairemont High school here in San Diego. The fictional name for the school was combination of the actual high school name or the community name and it's physical location on the ridge over looking Mission Bay. Hence Ridgemont,

    I went to Clairemont's rival high school Madison at that time. I had a few friends that went to Clairemont and we're not happy to find out about Crowe'so little charade. In fact the real life person that was supposedly Ratner sued.

    The Spicoli character although fictional was pretty accurate in far as some of the surfer stoners that went to both Clairemont and my high school! The scary funny thing is that movie nailed how it was in high school in the late 70s for any of the beach high schools!
  • _wendy_
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    The Labyrinth
    The Outsiders
    Lonesome Dove
    Gangs of New York
    P.S. I Love You
    X-Men (all)
    Maximum Overdrive
    8 seconds
    Sling Blade
    The Wraith
    Most of the ones already listed and a lot more that haven't.
  • mcbkhicks
    mcbkhicks Member Posts: 630 ✭✭✭✭
    edited September 2016
    aaww man i forgot about willow @wendy thats a great movie

    thats cool @jls_killer i was born in 79 so didnt get to experence like that
  • MadPuppy
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  • [Deleted User]
    [Deleted User] Member Posts: 2,312 ✭✭✭
    edited September 2016
    @MadPuppy said:


    Second that about Robert Downey Jr. LOL

    He's funny.

    It's a shame about his substance abuse issues though because he seems to have a depth and level of talent that is really lacking in the movie industry ATM. I loved him in the Avenger movies too. I still laugh every time I think about him calling Thor (Chris Hemsworth) a "tourist".

  • MadPuppy
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    He seems more genuine than most. He's the kind of actor that makes me forget he's acting.

    Such a waste if he'd hurt that.
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  • capibara
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    Oh... Movies it's too generic... Anyway if i have to choose something i would like to focus into freak characters:
    1. Amelie
    2. Napoleon Dynamite
    3. Frank
    4. The Science of Dreams
    5. Forrest Gump

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  • Lydia
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    Vanilla Sky (and I would give it awards for best film soundtracks )
  • MrSorrow
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    @jls_killer Funny thing you mentioned Akira Kurosawa.
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  • SlickRick
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    How the flip did I forget Rocky IV??

    He is not human...he is a piece of iron...YEAH HE IS!!!

    And oh yeah Hoosiers!! Great movie!!

    You better check yo self before you wreck yo self...cuz I'm bad for your health, I come real stealth
  • InspTurbines
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    @MrSorrow, that is great collection! Only discovered some of those movies because of the Seven Samurai / Magnificent Seven connection.

    @SlickRick, oh yea! Who could forget Dolp Lundgren as Drago!
  • Governator
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    Gotta add these three:
    1. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    2. The Blues Brothers
    3. Airplane!

    Some of the best movie lines ever written with these movies!

    One of my favorites: "It's 106 miles to Chicago, we got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark and we're wearing sunglasses." B)