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What is/ are your favorite movie(s) of all time?
Mine is The Dark Knight.~

JynxQi 4 June 29

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Small sample of music: Lament by Ultravox, Steal My Sunshine by Len, Screenwriter's Blues by Soul Coughing, Sweet Love Hangover by Love and Rockets, 2Wicky by Hooverphonic, Maddest Kind of Love by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Wished For You by Squirrel Nut Zippers, Dead Man's Party by Oingo Boingo, Time by Pink Floyd, Bring Me To Life by Evanescence, Satisfaction Guaranteed by The Firm, Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress by The Hollies

Movies: Three Iron, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Arrival, Blade Runner 2049, What Dreams May Come, Cloud Atlas, Amazon Women on the Moon, The Meaning of Life

Books: The Atrocity Archives by Charles Stross, Implied Spaces, Metropolitan, & Aristoi by Walter Jon Williams, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, Altered Carbon by Richard Morgan, Storm Front by Jim Butcher

Thanks for the music list! I needed to add more to playlists. Much appreciated.


Too many, all depends on the mood.
Natural born killers, Django unchained, trainspotting, LOTR trilogy, Rush...the list goes on.

R1ch1e Level 3 June 30, 2018

Oh wow. How can I forget about Django?! Ha. Thanks for reminding me.


"A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" with Rhonda Fleming and Bing Crosby. I had a tremendous crush on Rhonda Fleming.


The Princess Bride, Conan the Barbarian, LA Story

Strangely, as a guy who into action flicks, I've watched Princess Bride way too many times. And I cried at the end of The Notebook. That was just so sad.

I was a huge Conan fan back in the day, but watch it a couple of years ago and thought "just dudes with big muscles swinging swords and some tits every now and then". No more Conan. I'm talking Arny, not the GOT guy.

@voltaire1778 I wouldn't call Conan a masterpiece of classic cinema, but it does what it's supposed to do very well.


Cape Fear, DeNiro version

Yes that was a good one. De Niro played a frightening psycho!

@Marionville Yes, he did!


The Matrix

azzow2 Level 9 June 30, 2018

So many good movies I could list out and it would go on forever. I love LotR and the Harry Potter series, but all time favorite would have to be The Fifth Element.


Heat. With The Dark Knight a close second.


My vote has to go to the Lord of the Rings trilogy. I never tire of watching them. It hits on so many levels; music, story, characters, unlikely friends who become as brothers, nasty orcses and filthy hobbitses.


My favourite movie is In The Heat Of The Night, it’s quite old I think I saw it in 1967. I think it spawned a TV series called Mr. Tibbs. In the film Rod Steiger asks Sydney Poitier “ what do they call you boy, in Philadelphia?” and he replies “they call me MR. TIBBS” ! Absolutely brilliant!! I also just have to add that the theme song from the movie with the same name and sung by Ray Charles is also up there with the best movie music.

@5082gregory It gets shown from time to time on TV and I still love it every time.


Yeah, that was real humanity at war with its self. At 47, I don't believe I will ever see a movie that good again.

I feel the same way, tbh. Seems almost impossible to beat.


Willy Wonker and The Chocolate Factory.. Gene Wilder version...feel good factor since I was a kid..

Still searching for snozberries..


I loved SEV7N.....


Agreed. He excelled..Morgan's best too..well that and his role in Shawshank..can't decide..


Fight Club.

Possibly the only Book turned movie that the movie surpassed the book.

dellik Level 6 June 30, 2018

I agree. And though this isn’t a movie, readers also say Game of Thrones is one the best book-to-film translations.
I wouldn’t know, of course. I’ve yet to read the books.


The Shawshank Redemption

Great choice..

You’ve good taste, it’s my second favourite.

I agree w/ this one for sure. It’s surely up there w/ TDK, imo.


Hmm..too dark for me. My favorite classic movies would be Star Wars, Tremors, Back to the Future, The Gods Must be Crazy, Groundhog Day, and Overboard.

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Just one? Cloud Atlas. Hated the book, but I can watch the movie endlessly. I also loved the LOTR trilogy, especially Return of the King.

@OlderMusicGeek I’m strange, lol, what can I say? There have been many that were the other way around. Accidental Tourist, for example.

I do have a few others I love. Like Pulp Fiction, Shawshank Redemption, Scarface, Inception, Cloud Atlas, The Godfather, Saving Private Ryan, and more. But TDK is the one I think of first and foremost.

@JynxQi Those all are great movies. It’s hard to choose just a few!

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