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#1 Posted by Fainty (8 posts) -

Are you going to say Super Mario Bros because you're a gamer or do you have a different favourite film?
#2 Posted by ThatFrood (3396 posts) -

Man, the last movie I would ever say would be Super Mario Bros.

#3 Posted by SilentCommando (579 posts) -

I don't know, I have a lot of favorites. I really enjoyed Spaceballs though, that movie was awesome.

#4 Posted by TheGreatGuero (9130 posts) -

Dumb and Dumber. Oh yeah!

#5 Posted by Redbullet685 (6085 posts) -

The first Back to the Future

#6 Posted by IzzyGraze (854 posts) -

"Lost in translation" is my current fav. But there are a lot of good movies I haven't seen yet.

#7 Posted by SumDeus (1857 posts) -

I'm split between There Will Be Blood and Let the Right One In.

#8 Posted by AgentJ (8778 posts) -
#9 Posted by Everyones_A_Critic (6311 posts) -

It's a close tie between Jaws and Platoon.....And Reservoir Dogs...

#10 Posted by Kombat (2205 posts) -

This is a hard question.  It's always been incredibly difficult for me to pick my favorite of anything.  I want to say The Dark Knight, but I have a feeling that's wrong.  It's probably a Pixar film.

#11 Posted by Korne (625 posts) -

It is between Shawshank Redemption and Fight Club for me. 

#12 Posted by AhmadMetallic (18954 posts) -

#13 Posted by snide (2413 posts) -

Network or Rollerball.

#14 Posted by AhmadMetallic (18954 posts) -
@SumDeus said:

"There Will Be Blood "

Tell me why you love that movie so much :)
 
@Korne said:

" Fight Club "

Tell me why you love that movie so much    :)
#15 Posted by fwylo (3556 posts) -

#16 Posted by SumDeus (1857 posts) -
@Ahmad_Metallic: 
Anti-religious themes...I likes them.
#17 Posted by Tally_Pants (594 posts) -
@AgentJ:
i just looked over the top 50 of ur selection and i have to say i like ur list. only a couple movies i would of put in there. 
   *thumbs up* for American History X and Fight Club ... i watch both of those movies like once a month lol
#18 Posted by EVO (3941 posts) -
@Ahmad_Metallic:  Fuck yes.
 
For me it's either Ghost World, Ed Wood or The Boat That Rocked, but I've only seen that once so I can't say. Also, Children of Men and Mulholland Drive. 
 
Shit, this is harder than picking my favourite Simpsons episode.
#19 Posted by MaddProdigy (1041 posts) -

Fight Club. Maybe Mall Rats if i'm feeling some laughs

#20 Posted by Clinkz (1118 posts) -
#21 Edited by iizcallum (606 posts) -

Fight Club. Or Pulp Fiction. It's a close one. My favourite recent film is Moon though.

#22 Posted by stephengotlost (703 posts) -

Dumb and Dumber

#23 Posted by Blueman (753 posts) -

The only film that comes to mind is the Dark Knight.
#24 Posted by Tofford (532 posts) -

Has to be Empire Strikes Back

#25 Posted by jonnyboy (2920 posts) -

 Invisible Gun & Child's Toy
No, I'm not joking. Unfortunately.
#26 Posted by Andheez (598 posts) -
@TheGreatGuero: 
Excuse me maam, whats the soup de jour?
Its the soup of the day
mmmm that sounds good, Ill have that.
 
But the correct answer is - The Usual Suspects
vaguely acceptable - The Big Lebowski, Shawshank Redemption or The Green Mile, American History X, City of God, American Beauty, Braveheart, Fight Club
 
Personal underrated Favs - V for Vendetta, The Prestige, Requiem for a Dream
#27 Posted by Oriental_Jams (3063 posts) -

Resevoir Dogs is the obvious choice.

#28 Posted by PenguinDust (12639 posts) -

 

  1. North by Northwest (1959)
  2. One Two Three (1961)
  3. His Girl Friday (1940)
  4. Casablanca (1942)
  5. A Hard Days Night (1964)
  6. The Thin Man (1934)
  7. Yojimbo (1961)
  8. Wall-E (2008)
  9. Charade (1963)
  10. Blazing Saddles (1974)
 
The last three have changed since my last posting of a list like this.  I change my mind on those positions all the time, but the top ones are always there.
#29 Posted by HandsomeDead (11863 posts) -

Terminator 2: Judgment Day

#30 Posted by dbz1995 (4790 posts) -

Maybe Batman: Begins, or one of the LOTR films. Or Se7en. Damn, it's hard.

#31 Posted by SJSchmidt93 (4899 posts) -

When I was younger I loved The Lion King. I haven't seen it in awhile, who knows how much I'd like it now, but I haven't liked any movie that much since.

#32 Posted by kingjulesxii (76 posts) -

Not too sure. When I was sixteen, it was Fight Club and Godfather 2. As an older fellow, I feel as if I need to rewatch those to know how I feel about them now. 
 
Memento might be a surefire contender. 

#33 Posted by Andheez (598 posts) -
@dbz1995: 
At least you didnt say Dark Knight.  I have argued since its release that The Dark Knight is not NEARLY the movie that Batman Begins is.
#34 Posted by SPACETURTLE (1622 posts) -

Man, thats almost impossible to answer... I have to say Pulp Fiction or District 9, can't choose betwenn the two. Also, there is Inglourious Basterds, which makes this even harder.

#35 Edited by kingjulesxii (76 posts) -
@Andheez:  
 
I say just don't argue it and let that stand as your opinion. 
 
I can see where you're coming from, but it seems very subjective on your part. Dark Knight is a masterpiece within its genre. (At least in my *popular* opinion.)
#36 Posted by BigBoss1911 (2543 posts) -

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#38 Posted by Willy105 (4691 posts) -

Hook.
 
Also, Super Mario Bros is a fantastic film is you are willing to see it as a complete reimagining of the videogames.

#39 Posted by MikkaQ (10344 posts) -

 
This movie, along with The Good The Bad and The Ugly are the most manly and badass movies of their time. 
 
Seriously, Bill Murray with Owen Wilson and Willem Defoe as gun toting, pirate killing oceanographers?  Jeff Goldblum as Bill Murray's gay rival? Hell fucking yes!
#40 Posted by Korne (625 posts) -
@Ahmad_Metallic said: 
 
@Korne said:

" Fight Club "

Tell me why you love that movie so much    :) "
Great characters, extremely unique take on the whole skitsophrenic film scene, and it is one of those movies you can watch 100 times and pick up something new every time you watch it. Plus, its really funny.  
"If you could fight any historical figure, who would it be?"  
"Gondi." 
 "Good Answer!"
#41 Posted by GeekDown (1170 posts) -

It's either The Godfather, American Splendor or Reservoir Dogs. Can't pick just one.

#42 Posted by dbz1995 (4790 posts) -
@kingjulesxii said:
" @Andheez:   I say just don't argue it and let that stand as your opinion.  I can see where you're coming from, but it seems very subjective on your part. Dark Knight is a masterpiece within its genre. (At least in my *popular* opinion.) "
I really liked Dark Knight, I just thought Batman Begins was better. Both are masterpieces though, in my opinion. Hope the third one is as good.
#43 Posted by Hockeymask27 (3683 posts) -

Lion King

#44 Posted by kingjulesxii (76 posts) -
@dbz1995 said:
" @kingjulesxii said:
" @Andheez:   I say just don't argue it and let that stand as your opinion.  I can see where you're coming from, but it seems very subjective on your part. Dark Knight is a masterpiece within its genre. (At least in my *popular* opinion.) "
I really liked Dark Knight, I just thought Batman Begins was better. Both are masterpieces though, in my opinion. Hope the third one is as good. "
Fo sho. I think everyone can live with that. They're extremely different sort of films, which I love. 
 
They're apples and oranges, they explore their own subgenres and themes, and they can stand on their own.
#45 Posted by IvanOoze (55 posts) -



    
 Could watch it every week. 
    
  
 
#46 Posted by gosukiller (2325 posts) -

Brazil. 
Haven't seen another movie like it.

#47 Posted by rathantoras (192 posts) -

Fight Club or maybe Donnie Darko or maybe Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind

#48 Posted by HaltIamReptar (2029 posts) -

 Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
 
 
Also, @the guy who liked District 9.
 
Why?

#49 Posted by bonbolapti (1626 posts) -

I can tell you that my favoirte film I've NEVER seen is Ratboy

#50 Posted by NathHaw (2803 posts) -

I always come back to Singin' in the Rain or The Shining.  Not sure which one.