Topic: Fav Movie

Your favorite movie names, which you wish to watch unlimited times?

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An obscure 70s film called "Driller Killer." A classic. Or maybe not a classic, but a fun film to watch.

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I think this tread was done before, but I'll go

I'm currently mad into Star Wars: Episode VII.

But I love traditional animation, and one of the genre's best is The iron Giant.  This was the third and final movie in the WB's animatiion studio revival, and it is orders of magnitude superior to the first two movies (The Quest for Camelot and The King and I.)  It's not my all-time favorite movie, but this particular movie is in high regard across the board here at Bricks In Motion, so it's worth mentioning by name.

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This is always a difficult question, but I'll give it a shot. The original Star Wars trilogy is hard to beat, and the Indiana Jones trilogy. Many of the Disney classics I regard as some of the greatest animated movies of all time, Pinocchio, Jungle book and Tangled to name a few. Also, most Pixar movies I really love, especially Ratatouille, The Incredibles, Up and Inside Out.

I consider Brad Bird as one of the greatest directors in animation history, not only making my two favourite Pixar movies, as I mentioned above, but also The Iron Giant, as HoldingOurOwn mentioned.

My favourite underrated movies are The Lone Ranger, The Road to Eldorado and Atlantis: The Lost Empire.

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I don't have a #1 favorite movie, but high on the list is "The man who shot Liberty Valance" I don't know why I like it so much.

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I like the Jurassic park trilogy series and especially the most recent one: Jurassic word. I also like the Hobbit Trilogy.

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One word: Atlantis The Lost Empire!

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Dyland wrote:

One word: Atlantis The Lost Empire!

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I don't have one favorite, because like many people here, I love movies. My favorite stop-motion film (many of my favorites are stop-motion) is Aardman's The Pirates: A Band of Misfits/In an Adventure with Scientists (depending on region). Two of my other favorite's are Treasure Planet and The Incredibles. I could also watch the original Star Wars trilogy, The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and the first and third Indiana Jones films on repeat forever.

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The two movies I tend to watch the most are The Big Lebowski mini/sunnies and Stop Making Sense.  They never get old, even though I've seen them both more times than is probably healthy.
I also really like the Indiana Jones movies, Star Wars episodes IV, V, VI, and VII, and The Legend of Drunken Master.
Yellow Submarine. is my favorite animated movie, while my favorite film to utilize stop motion is The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad.  I actually like this one more than Jason and the Argonauts, even though Jason is probably the better movie.

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The Dark Knight, The Social Network, The Wolf of Wall Street, and Fight Club.

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Pretty sure that there are numerous threads like this already in the forum, but I'll add my thoughts.  I'm not sure if I have a firm favourite as such, as I tend to change my mind from time to time.  But here are a some films that I've enjoyed, or that have influenced my film-making style.  I suppose this is closer to a "top ten" list rather than strictly being a favourite, but here goes.

The Dark Knight
Pan's Labyrinth
Inception/Memento (not really sure which I prefer; both are fascinating in their own way.)
Inglourious B4$t3rds
Pulp Fiction
Stardust
Apocalypse Now
The LEGO Movie (who would have guessed?)
The Empire Strikes Back
OldBoy (the original Korean film, not the re-make.  I'm not sure I like it, but it's nonetheless well-made and interesting to watch, and one of the more uniquely memorable films I've seen, so it's listed here.)
The Silence of the Lambs
District 9
Despicable Me
Rear Window


... I like a lot of movies...

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I like many movies, but can have only one favorite.

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"Ratatouille", a Disney Pixar.  A character named "Remy" http://www.babynology.com/search-babyna … origin=all , the rat working as chef, character voice by Patton Oswalt.

"Stuart Little" and its part2 also based on mouse, cute series of that too, voice by Michael J. Fox.

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The Warriors.

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I'm not one for watching a movie over and over again, especially more serious ones. I do like to watch movies I enjoyed again, to see what interesting things I missed the first time and/or watch directors commentaries.

Since like music (both the listening and the making) the movies that I've watched more than any others are musicals.
One of my favorites, that I've seen many times, Is Mary Poppins, as while it has it's flaws, for what it is, it's "Practically perfect in every way".
I also enjoy, (and have watched multiple times), The Sound of Music, and the animated Charlotte's Web, as they have great songs, and the rest of the elements (story acting, etc..), measure up.

There are many other movies that I have enjoyed watching enough that I will probably watch them again, and I'm sure I'll see more in the feature. mini/smile

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