so what are the must see films :D list below :D
list the "classics"
The dark knight
12 years a slave
The silence of the lambs
any of the disney movies
the color purple
the breakfast club
I'll make a list of my favorites too.. not in any order, but, as I recall
Persona Winter Light Seventh Seal Wild Strawberries Hour of the Wolf En Passion
(these are the only Bergman movies I have watched, and, I think all his movies are must-watch for me)
hmmm...coming back to English --
Godfather trilogy Bourne trilogy Badlands To the Wonder Days of Heaven (Terence Malick movies -- if you enjoy the art of film-making) Ridley Scott movies(a fan here :p ) Drive Silence of the Lambs ...Hannibal.. Red Dragon.. Theory of everything Mr Nobody War Horse (all Steven Spielberg movies tbh) Before Sunrise
...I'm just starting to realise the number of movies i love are just too many to list O_O ...okay biopics, to name a few quickly --
Gandhi Lincoln Emporer Queen(not Bollywood one lol) Elizabeth The Iron Lady Into the Wild Theory of Everything A Beautiful Mind Man who knew Infinity The Imitation Game Schindler's List Sully J Edgar The Walk Invictus Changeling
...I'm sure I'm forgetting some important ones... there are just too many! and many I am yet to watch too..
32 years old male from United Consciousness of Yugoslavia
A Clockwork Orange
Every frame, every image in this film is iconic. Kubrick brought something essentially subversive and unacceptable into the mainstream and made it digestable (well, kind of) to the broad audience. Cinema as we know it didn't quite catch up until the 90's. Unlike most other movies of this type, be it Trainspotting or Fight Club, Clockwork never insists upon itself. It's organic, it's like a force of nature.
Get him to the greek always cracks me up. Russell Brand gets to me. Ermmm I also love Hitch Definitely, Maybe Grease Anything from the 80's and all Disney cartoon movies. With lots and lots of icecream.
Just watched it, it was pretty epic, a great conclusion to the whole franchise and a good movie.
They killed off all my favorite guys but it doesn't really matter, and I suspect there will be some kind of magical rewind.
The post-credit scene alluded to
"You're not afraid to get dirty, you're working with plants, earth, with wires, plumbing and drainpipes and bowls. You know you do disgusting work, you're not afraid.
Hey. You're disgusting in a very positive way."
"Thanks, that's always nice to he
Someone convince me that there is any point to 3D movies or TV. I’ve seen one good use of it and that was Avatar in IMAX 3D. Other times it has been pointless or actually detracted from the enjoyment of the movie.
Anyone in here like them?