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coolsim22
4th Oct 2014, 3:01 PM
what is your favorite movie?

i haven't watched the whole movie yet but when i have watched the whole movie i will probably say that frozen will be mt favorite movie

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PANDAQUEEN
14th Oct 2014, 4:12 AM
Mine's a toss up.

20 years ago: Jetsons: The Movie (on VHS)
10 years ago: Spirited Away (in theaters)
Last month: Wayne's World 1

C_Guy
14th Oct 2014, 4:20 AM
I like Stanley Kubrick films

frankokomando
14th Oct 2014, 4:20 AM
The Descent

NaeShelle
14th Oct 2014, 4:23 AM
Oh, goodness. One favorite movie is such a hard sell. I think my favorite at this moment would have to be... "The Best Man Holiday" but that's subject to change, as soon as tomorrow, even.

ScaryRob
14th Oct 2014, 4:48 AM
Blue Velvet
French Connection I & II

siletka
14th Oct 2014, 4:49 AM
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TotallyJW
14th Oct 2014, 6:39 AM
Attack The Block
The Talented Mr Ripley
Caligula
Se7en
Salo, 120 Days of Sodom
Lawrence of Arabia
Blue Velvet
Videodrome
Coraline
Pan's Labyrinth

And probably a lot more

siletka
14th Oct 2014, 9:14 AM
How could I forget about

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Vampire_aninyosaloh
14th Oct 2014, 1:42 PM
Inception
Edward Scissorhands
Fight Club
The Truman Show
The Royal Tenenbaums
Scarface
Midnight in Paris
American Beauty
The Dark Knight

SuperSimoholic
14th Oct 2014, 2:05 PM
My favourite Disney movie is Pocahontas.

I don't know about my all-time favourite movie though, there are a few... I'll make a list and get back to you ;)

Bigsimsfan12
14th Oct 2014, 2:18 PM
Either Fight Club or Sixteen Candles
I can't decide, they're both completely different films but I love them both.
Fight Club is slightly in the lead though, just because I love all the little messages of it and the sound track.
I also love: Napoleon Dynamite, Pulp Fiction, Reservoir dogs, The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller's day off, Pretty in Pink and Revenge of the Nerds. - All those movies I would happily watch over and over again.

coolsim22
14th Oct 2014, 4:38 PM
my current favorite movie is Marley and Me
i always nearly cry at the end when Marley gets euthanized because it is really sad

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darthesp
14th Oct 2014, 4:49 PM
At various times it has or has been:

Braveheart
Sixteen Candles
Ever After
The Incredibles
South Park: The Movie
Sleeping Beauty
The Dark Knight
Kung Fu Hustle
Megamind
Love Actually
The Princess Bride
The Empire Strikes Back

Gabrymato
14th Oct 2014, 6:50 PM
Well, this is tough. On the top of my mind:
Beauty and the Beast (Disney)
Gone with the Wind
The Sound of Music
Sunset Boulevard
Breakfast at Tiffany's
The Addams Family Values
Moulin Rouge
Twilight (ONLY THE FIRST ONE, DON'T KILL ME)
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
Charlies Angels Full Throttle (idk why, it's so bad that it's absolutely exceptional)
The Wizard of Oz
A Streetcar named Desire
The Little Mermaid (Disney)
Casper (I cry everytime I see it)

nea200pl
15th Oct 2014, 5:04 PM
Star Wars Episode IV, V and VI with Empire Stikes Back being my favourite
Lionheart (the best Van Damme movie ever!)
Tango & Cash
Commando
Terminator 2 The Judgement Day
The Ghost And Mrs Muir
Gone With The Wind
The Magic Of Ordinary Days
Enemy Mine
Nad Niemnem (polish movie)
Beauty And The Beast

TotallyJW
15th Oct 2014, 6:32 PM
I forgot my favorite comedy!
Revenge Of The Nerds! :D
Clap your hands everybody, everybody clap your hands~ godd I love that movie

IrishA03
15th Oct 2014, 6:48 PM
Ooh, hard to say. Obviously, Toy Story (1, 2, and 3), UP and all those other Pixar movies and some Disney ones.
I love Forrest Gump, The Blues Brothers, The Truman Show and such.
Other too, but this is a hard question!

SerenaSims
17th Oct 2014, 4:38 AM
Frozen is so over-rated. I have never even seen the movie, but I bet I can tell you every word to the damn thing!

Anyways, I liked the Lion King. :)

Shoosh Malooka
17th Oct 2014, 6:01 AM
My favorite movie hasn't been made. A crime drama where Haley Joel Osment plays Hannibal Lecter in his young years before his PhD. He is trying to patent his nicotine vaporizer machine but is stopped by tobacco tycoons in a world where tobacco is not realized to be dangerous. But Haley Joel Osment is deadlier than any cigarette and he dines on his first victim with Bťarnaise sauce and Zinfandel, and evades police detective Laura Crafty played by Melissa Rauch and her canine, Conan.

VerDeTerre
17th Oct 2014, 10:22 AM
There are so many movies, it's hard to choose. I could list and list forever, I think.

Off the top of my head: Harold & Maude, It's a Beautiful Life, October SkyBabe, Homeward Bound, Mulan, The Croods, How To Train Your Dragon I & II, Toy Story, Toy Story 3, Up, Easter Parade, Holiday Inn, & Oklahoma. These are the movies I could watch again and again (and have), although there are more. I totally agree about the awesomeness of Beauty and The Beast and The Little Mermaid. I saw Frozen and wasn't really keen on it, although there were parts of it that I found enjoyable and appealing. Along with Gabrymato, I love Twilight, too, even though I am a dedicated Buffy fan and much about the Twilight movies is awkward and weird in an uncomfortable way. I loved the music, costumes, and scenery in all three of the films (four?). The line in the last one, where Edward says to Carlisle, "I never thanked you for this extraordinary life" always brings me to tears. Now I'm on to Sci-Fi - Love the Harry Potter Movies, Star Trek The Voyage Home, The Lord of the Rings movies, Pirates of the Caribbean ,... Haha! Yep, the list goes on.

You know, there's a media section for discussions about movies. This thread should probably be there. Could we request a mod to move the thread and how does one do that?

Gabrymato
17th Oct 2014, 12:06 PM
@VerDeTerre I forgot about Mulan! It isn't really a movie many people elect as their "favorite Disney classic", but it's actually quite amazing and groundbreaking. And, to be honest, it might be the Disney movie I've watched the most when I was a kid. Mulan might not be as romantic as Ariel or Belle but she's awesome... I remember when I saw the movie trailer, the last scene when she just saved the Emperor and gains her father's and her country's respect, and there is the gorgeous Dragonheart theme playing in the background - I was 6 but I remember it gave me chills!
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GnatGoSplat
17th Oct 2014, 3:44 PM
Frozen was cute, I liked it alright I guess, though I was rather underwhelmed as all the hype I'd heard about it had me thinking it was this amazing movie with a powerful message of acceptance. Then there was also something in the news about Blossom not liking it. That made me think, "wow, this must be some movie if a celebrity not liking it makes headlines." Then I watched it, was kind of surprised that the Elsa character wasn't even the main character (focuses more on her sister), and was quite surprised that so many right-wing nuts found it so offensive. I mean, they must have really been looking through the movie with a fine-toothed comb to find something to get offended about.

My favorite movies of all time is the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and I also liked the Godfather trilogy.

Other than that, I'm not really much of a movie person. I usually enjoy watching serial TV shows more.

VerDeTerre
17th Oct 2014, 8:33 PM
I never saw that trailor, Gabrymato! Thanks for sharing. The movie always makes me tear up between the themes of loyalty, heroism, family ties, and the message of acceptance that comes by the end. I love the cricket and the grandmother so much!

I forgot about Best In Show - watching that again tonight ;)

Oh, and Wallace and Grommit - A Fine Day Out and The Wrong Trousers.

simbalena
18th Oct 2014, 11:05 AM
Brazil.

City of Lost Children was also pretty amazing.

simmodder69
18th Oct 2014, 11:43 AM
Last Samurai is my favorite movie so far. I always liked Japan, especially the history of it (which I sadly only learned by games and wikipedia). The movie may not be the most historically accurate one, but it's still awesome. The ending though, it always gets me. Manly tears are always shed at the end.

Noa1500
18th Oct 2014, 8:43 PM
Off the too of my head: The Incredibles, The Emperor's New Groove, The Maze Runner, Hana, Inception, Bourne 1-3, The Green Mile, Snatch, Ocean's 11, Carrie, A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), Ferris Bueller's Day Off, The Breakfast Club, Aladdin, Kill Bill, Alice In Wonderland(cartoon), How to Train Your Dragon 2, and Pirates of the Caribbean 1-4.

VerDeTerre
18th Oct 2014, 8:53 PM
^ The Incredibles is on my watch list, as is Kung Fu Panda II and Rise of the Guardians. Did you like HTTYD2 better than HTTYD 1? I liked them both and they hit different emotional buttons for me.

I guess I could throw Aladdin in my "fav" list. Robin Williams...so sad to think about him!

Noa1500
18th Oct 2014, 10:28 PM
^ The Incredibles is on my watch list, as is Kung Fu Panda II and Rise of the Guardians. Did you like HTTYD2 better than HTTYD 1? I liked them both and they hit different emotional buttons for me.

I guess I could throw Aladdin in my "fav" list. Robin Williams...so sad to think about him!

Strangely enough, I really did prefer the 2nd movie. Usually its the other way round. Everything was pretty, like Valka's mask, and I liked the story more. I nearly forgot: Wallace and Gromit- the wrong trousers, the space one, and the one with the sheep and evil dog!

VerDeTerre
18th Oct 2014, 10:36 PM
Strangely enough, I really did prefer the 2nd movie. Usually its the other way round. Everything was pretty, like Valka's mask, and I liked the story more. I nearly forgot: Wallace and Gromit- the wrong trousers, the space one, and the one with the sheep and evil dog! The technology had taken a huge leap by the second movie. My son worked on it, too...technically, so it had to be great - right? :)

I keep missing the name of one of the Wallace and Gromit full feature movies, but I like the three you mentioned.

I can't believe I left out Monty Python and the Holy Grail!

Noa1500
18th Oct 2014, 10:47 PM
Ooh that must have been fun!
Tut tut, you left Monty Python out. Have you seen Blackadder's Christmas Carol?

VerDeTerre
18th Oct 2014, 11:23 PM
Ooh that must have been fun!
Tut tut, you left Monty Python out. Have you seen Blackadder's Christmas Carol? No...? I haven't watched Blackadder. I wonder if it's on Netflix? I like the actor who plays the lead character.

coolsim22
19th Oct 2014, 1:22 PM
@pizza

I love the The Curse of the Were-Rabbit. i could watch that film non stop for one whole day and not get bored of it.
i love the rabbits in the movie there so cute. it's my favorite out of all the Wallace and Gromit movies that i have watched

I've not properly watched Wallace and Gromit A Matter of Loaf and Death
is it good?

coolsim22
19th Oct 2014, 2:59 PM
I've seen that one, it's pretty good! Usually they all come on around Christmas so you should see them on TV then :)

thanks
i watched it on TV a few years ago but i can't remember any thing about it

Shoosh Malooka
22nd Oct 2014, 1:43 AM
Last Samurai is my favorite movie so far. I always liked Japan, especially the history of it (which I sadly only learned by games and wikipedia). The movie may not be the most historically accurate one, but it's still awesome. The ending though, it always gets me. Manly tears are always shed at the end.
Everyone in that movie cries. The Terminator should have narrated the movie because he understands why they crying.

PANDAQUEEN
22nd Oct 2014, 4:37 AM
@pizza

I love the The Curse of the Were-Rabbit. i could watch that film non stop for one whole day and not get bored of it.
i love the rabbits in the movie there so cute. it's my favorite out of all the Wallace and Gromit movies that i have watched

I've not properly watched Wallace and Gromit A Matter of Loaf and Death
is it good?

If you like murder mystery movies, you'll love A Matter of Loaf and Death. The whole thing is a big send-up. :up:

NabucodonosorII
22nd Oct 2014, 4:56 PM
Maybe this is embarassing, but my favorite movie is Titanic! :cool:
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coolsim22
22nd Oct 2014, 5:09 PM
@NabucodonosorII

i like titanic too but the DVD i have use to be my cousin's and the film keeps freezing at the same parts meaning that i have to skip parts off the film to keep it working.

i was 7 or 8 years old when i first watched the film and for some reason it scared me at least it doesn't scare me anymore.
now you mention it i might watch it this week end because i won't have any school work to do.

Edit (2 day later):
i just watched titanic today due to your post :)

coolsim22
24th Oct 2014, 10:39 PM
Okay here's a list of my favorite movies:

Marley and Me
Up
Titanic
Hotel for dogs (there's lots of pugs in it)
MIB2 (only because it has frank the pug in it)
Zoo Keeper
Charlotte's web (the very first film i ever saw at the cinema, i was 7 years old at the time)
Toy story 1,2 and three
Cloudy with a chance of meatballs 1 and 2
Paul Blart: Mall Cop
Bruce Almighty
Furry Vengeance
wallace & gromit the curse of the were-rabbit

Do you know any other movies that have pugs in them because i love pugs.

Edit:
i just realized, i forgot to add Avartar to the list

Shyenia
2nd Nov 2014, 9:44 PM
My favorite movies

The Hunger Games
Maleficent
Gran Torino
Jack and the giants
Life of Pi

Nymphetamine
3rd Nov 2014, 12:59 AM
V For Vendetta
Hannibal (though the book was better, of course .. but Anthony Hopkins is HOT)
Hitman (don't judge)
The Expendables I, II
Sin City
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas .. too many too name, really.

Fentonparkninja
3rd Nov 2014, 4:16 AM
My favourites:

- Avatar (James Cameron's)
- Good Morning Vietnam (some people pray to God, I pray to Robin Williams)
- Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny
- 300
- Kung Fu Panda
- Scott Pilgrim vs the World
- Ghostbusters
- Hot Fuzz
- Labyrinth (mostly for Jennifer Connelly)
- The Lord of the Rings movies

Noa_4ever
9th Nov 2014, 12:56 AM
I have so many, but my absolute favorites must be:

The LOTR trilogy (like many others)
The Devil's Backbone
Return to Oz (nostalgic movie for me)
Mumfie (a kid's movie, probably for 3-5 year olds but it is the best - I wished I owned it - It is truly magical and I love it, also very nostalgic for me, which is why it's a favorite)
The Red Violin (probably my number 1 favorite)

I like a lot of the others that many have mentioned here, too (Titanic, Inception, Hot Fuzz, etc.). Favorites are so hard. Some other ones I really liked that have not been mentioned here:
House of Flying Daggers
Excalibur
Malena
Pan's Labyrinh

KittyCatLumps
9th Nov 2014, 1:41 AM
Oculus, if I had to pick a non-series movie!
Harry potter&Beautiful creatures is good too. So is Warm Bodies.

Shoosh Malooka
9th Nov 2014, 3:24 AM
Mine are movies whose awfulness is the entertainment, the unintentionally funny kind.

Left Behind - I bet Nicolas Cage did not read the screenplay before agreeing to this. He just saw the words Left Behind and said "hallelujah" in a somewhat dispassionate tone.
Trancendence - Et tu, Willy Wonka? Johnny Depp uploads his brain to the master computer and the twist is he becomes evil. Didn't see that coming. Also, there were radical neo-luddites (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luddite).