What's the Last Great Movie You Saw?

<p>Break is coming up and I'll be around the house... so what's your current favorite movie?</p>

<p>...omg, i haven't seen a good movie in a long time...</p>

<p>well, if u've never seen it before, i loved Back to the Future</p>

<p>Enemy at the Gates is quite good too, as long as you don't mind a few graphic parts.</p>

<p>o yeh, i almost forgot Full Metal Jacket... lotsa swearing in this one though, but has it's poignant moments.</p>

<p>In the past few days I've watched American Beauty (which i had never seen, i really liked it) and Can't Hardly Wait (which i've seen a billion times, but it was much more funny now that i am far away from hs graduation, and i still laughed out loud excessively)</p>


<p>American Beauty is my favorite movie ever made though.</p>

<p>Last great film seen in theaters: Napoleon Dynamite
Last great film seen at home: The Usual Suspects (one of the top five movies I've ever seen).</p>

<p>I saw Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind last weekend with friends - pretty weird, but I liked it.</p>

<p>My two favorite movies of all time: </p>

<p>Dead Poets Society</p>

<p>Good Will Hunting</p>

<p>My top 5:</p>

<li>Raiders of the Lost Ark</li>
<li>Annie Hall</li>
<li>The Godfather</li>
<li>Lawrence of Arabia</li>
<li>Apocalypse Now</li>


<p>Pulp Fiction
Lost in Translation
American Beauty
A Clockwork Orange
Taxi Driver
Raging Bull
The Deer Hunter
Dog Day Afternoon
The Empire Strikes Back

<p>That should be a good start.</p>

<p>Hmm, Hotel Rwanda and Troy are my current favorite movies right about now.</p>

<p>Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
City of God
Dr. Strangelove
Full Metal Jacket
High Fidelity</p>

<p>American Beauty
Forrest Gump
Gone with the Wind
Apocalypse Now
Finding Nemo :)</p>

<p>And this doesnt count as a movie but I loved the BBC Pride and Prejudice miniseries :)</p>

<p>Pulp Fiction, Pulp Fiction, and Pulp Fiction. O and I hear American Beauty is great as well. Another one, if you don't mind its graphic nature, is Requiem for a Dream.</p>

<p>Rent some older movies. If you want comedy, the 90's were brilliant for that. But my favorite comedy is from 1987, it's called Planes, Trains, and Automobiles with Steve Martin and John Candy. It's the quintessential comedy that is also sentimental and might make you a little sad. Maybe the 80's were better for comedy, there was also Stripes with Bill Murray and Animal House and some other good stuff. Then there are the older older movies, which I need to see more of. A lot of great romantic comedy stuff back then. And 12 Angry Men is unbelievable.</p>

<p>Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2
Toy Story
Finding Nemo</p>

<p>The last good movie I saw was Million Dollar Baby....simple story, nothing fancy...professionally done. But the last movie that I saw and wanted to go buy is City of God. Very entertaining movie.</p>

<p>The movies that shaped my early childhood (younger than 5 years old) were Superman, Ghostbusters, The Terminator, and Commando. Commando is a classic dumb Arnold movie. And me and my brother had tons of Ghostbuster toys. I never should have given that stuff away.</p>

<p>You can't do this to me! Anyway, here are a couple of moives off the top of my head.</p>

Adventures of Robin Hood
Lord of the Rings I: Fellowship of the Ring
Lord of the Rings II: Two Towers
Lord of the Rings III: Return of the King
Raiders of the Lost Arch</p>

Beauty and the Beast
Finding Nemo
Jungle Book
Little Mermaid
Monsters Inc.
Shrek I
Shrek II
Snow White
Sleeping Beauty
Spirited Away
Toy Story I
Toy Story II</p>

Adam's Rib
American Pie
American Pie 2
Animal House
Bachelor Party
Being There
Dazed and Confused
Dr. Strangelove or: How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
His Girl Friday
Miller's Crossing
My Man Godfrey
Office Space
Old School
Philadelphia Story
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Princess Bride
Raising Arizona
Risky Business</p>

All About Eve
It's A Wonderful Life
Lost Weekend
Million Dollar Baby
Raging Bull
Shawshank Redemption
Sunset Boulevard
To Kill a Mockingbird
12 Angry Men</p>

Asphalt Jungle
Bronx Tale
Citizen Kane
Conversation, The
Double Indemnity
Evil Dead
French Connection
Godfather I
Godfather II
Lady Vanishes
Manchurian Candidate (1960s version...NOT the new one)
Night of the Hunter
North By Northwest
Pulp Fiction
Rear Window
Reservoir Dogs
Shadow of a Doubt
Shining, The
Third Man
39 Steps
Touch of Evil
Usual Suspects

American in Paris
Going My Way
King and I
Meet Me In St. Louis
My Fair Lady
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Singin' In the Rain
Sound of Music
West Side Story</p>

Breakfast and Tiffany's
Brief Encounter
It Happened One Night
Jerry Maguire
My Big, Fat, Greek Wedding
Roman Holiday
Shakespeare in Love</p>

Back to the Future
Blade Runner
Clockwork Orange, A
Close Encounter of the Third Kind
Road Warrior
Spiderman II
Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
Star Trek VIII: Fist Contact
Star Wars: Episode IV (A New Hope)
Star Wars: Episode V (Empire Strikes Back)
Star Wars: Episode VI (Return of the Jedi)
2001: A Space Odyssey
X-Men 2</p>

African Queen
Guns of Navarone
Mrs. Miniver
Saving Private Ryan
Schindler's List
Where Eagles Dare</p>

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Dances with Wolves
For a Few Dollars More
Good, the Bad and the Ugly
High Noon
Once Upon a Time in the West
Ox-Bow Incident
Searchers, the

<p>I am probably missing a bunch of movies, but that's a good start! I can add a Foreign Language film section if you like...but that would double the length of the list!!! LOL</p>

<p>Recent films I've watched and liked:
The Life Aquatic
The Legend of the Drunken Master
Edward Scissorhands
Pulp Fiction
The Royal Tenenbaums
When Harry Met Sally
The Shawshank Redemption</p>

<p>recently saw The Barbarian Invasions; good French movie</p>

<p>Who's ever seen 400 Blows? It's a classic French movie that has a kinda depressing ending. What do you think of the ending if you've seen it?</p>

<p>Wow Alexandre is scaring me :eek:</p>

<p>American Beauty was fine but def not the best.</p>

<p>Last movie I saw was A Beautiful Mind and it was just fine.</p>

<p>Last GREAT movie I saw was Black Hawk Down (I have it on disks so I run it again every now and then!). Best movie of all times is The Matrix.</p>

<p>Others - The Pianist, and a movie called "Mr Music" which featured the band "Treble Charger".</p>