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I just recently met someone who does not like scifi/fantasy movies...I have trouble understanding that...because i, myself get so much joy and entertainment out of that type of movie...
Tell me what is your favourite type of movie?
Did you like the Lord of the Rings trilogy?
Did you like The Star Wars movies?
What is your favourite movie?
6/8/2005 7:47 am
I don't know if I have a favorite type of movies . . . I like different movies for different reasons.|
I have seen only one of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and I did not care for it so I haven't seen the other two.
I loved all of the Star Wars movies, but that probably stems from me seeing the first 3 when I was a little boy.
I think my favorite movies would be:
6/8/2005 7:56 am
My favorite movie of all time is Lord of the Rings, Extended Edition. I waited 30 years for that movie, after reading the books in college in the 70's. Peter jackson did a wonderful job translating the book into a movie. I only wish there was another 12 hours of film (call it the Extreme Extended Edition!)|
My wife used to go see SF movies with me, but, alas, it was only a ruse while we were dating. Once married, she felt (and still feels) no need to pander to the kinds of movies (or music, or anything else) that I like.
6/8/2005 7:59 am
First off I love movies.|
Unfortunately we rarely go to movies and even the DVDs we own often go unwatched.
I love sports movies and comedies
I've read the Lord of the Rings books a couple times, but have only seen the first one of the trilogy.
I love Star Wars, but haven't seen the last two!
I'm a baseball coach so the Natural is the best; I'm from Iowa so Field of Dreams comes second; and I love comedies so Major League is right up there as well. Also lines from any 80s Bill Murray movie (caddyshack, Stripes, ect) still dominate my vocabulary much like the Adam Sandler movies dominate the kid's vocab today.
6/8/2005 8:00 am
dump them not worth the trouble of them just not understanding why they are so cool......totally dump them!|
All of the above....
6/8/2005 8:34 am
very good very good|
6/8/2005 8:46 am
Picking just one type is difficult, I enjoy comdies, sci-Fi, horror, action, just about anything. I loved both the lord of thr rings trilogy and the star wars sagas. |
My favourite movie is a tie I have seen Animal House and the Exorcist both the same amount of times (280) with the next in line being Heavy Metal
6/8/2005 8:49 am
Nice question "Playful" ! I'll answer in reverse order:|
4) TopGun, Waterworld, Lord of the Rings, & Signs (okay top four).
3) Loved the Star Wars films... saw them all on opening day; except the first (Episode IV) which I saw on the fourth day of release. Lucas' desire to create a multi-part romantic epic was accomplished (and wow the effects got better too)... my ONLY gripe with the series was Jar-Jar.
2) LOVED the LOR trilogy (the extended CD's were even better) because I'd received the books back in ummm 1977 and have read them every two years since (that's over 15 read-throughs). Oh I NEVER played Dungeons & Dragons, though I painted the figures for my lil brother and his friends. I MISSED the section about Tom Bombadil not making the film though, otherwise the vision that Jackson brought to the screen was stunning.
1) Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Military Action (that is realistic), and Vampire films seem to work best for me... though I'll always cry during almost any Disney/Pixar film. I'm also VERY happy that Sci-Fi Channel (etc) has created some films... "Riverworld" ?
6/8/2005 8:52 am
Hmmm favorite jenre... Action Mystery probably though I'm kind of partial to Horror.|
Yes, I thoroughly enjoyed the trilogy! I think 2 Towers was my favorite of the 3.
Star Wars? Star Wars you say? Help you I can, Yessss. MMMMM.... You seek Yoda! (in my best chortle imitation)
Oh man... Lets see. My favorite. That's tough. I have so many favorites. But if I could only take one DVD out of my burning house... It'd probably be Silence of the Lambs - No wait... Bone Collector.... Ummm Scarey Movie 2??? Damn... Yeah. Lambs. Definitely, maybe... possibly.
I gotta get my homeowners insurance reviewed. I'll burn to death trying to decide
6/8/2005 8:54 am
The Exorcist, my favorite type of movie is horror, but I have to take someone to hold me during the scary parts
I'm guessing the Sci-Fi channel gets alot of play at your house.
6/8/2005 9:13 am
Favorite Type: Action (be it action/drama, action/comedy, or sci-fi/fantasy with a good deal of action in it)|
Lord of the Rings trilogy: Loved it. All of the movies were a blast and my heart literally leapt for joy at the opening scenes of each when I first watched them in the theater.
Star Wars movies: The original trilogy was amazing (even if Luke was the original emo-kid). The new trilogy... mixed feelings. It had great action and some good one-liners, but I really did think Jar Jar deserved to be made into the ever-famous "Bantha fodder." Oh, and Darth Maul was the.best.henchmen.ever. Movie 2 was better than movie one, but still not great, but movie 3 was a total blast. I loved every damn minute of it.
My favorite movie is "Cowboy Bebop: Knockin' on Heaven's Door" (aka Cowboy Bebop the Movie)
6/8/2005 9:27 am
I know what you mean... I know many (women mainly) who have a mindset against si-fi movies and they always say, "I don't want to see that.... that could never happen." I find those movies a welcome escape from reality. My favorite type though is probably suspense.. which usually appears in a si-fi... Love Star Wars.... My favorite movie is Dumb and Dumber because I can watch it over and over and it always brings a smile to my face.|
6/8/2005 2:41 pm
-My favorite movies are science fiction.|
-Lord of the Rings was ok, but I couldnt sit through it again.
-Stars Wars sucked ass, why act when it could interfear with special effects. I was very disappointed with the whole series.
-Favorite movies are the Matrix, Pulp Fiction,Dumd and Dumder, and all of the Austin Powers movies.
6/8/2005 6:54 pm
Favourite type of movie? Most of my DVD's are Action movies.|
Did you like the Lord of the Rings trilogy? Never even finished the first one. The only people I know that liked the Ring movies read and liked the books.
Did you like The Star Wars movies? Very much! I think episode III was the best. But Episode IV is my favourite. I think Padm`e only passed out and is still alive. What do yuo think.
What is your favourite movie? All of the Star Trek movies.
6/8/2005 9:16 pm
Love sci-fi/action and comedies.|
Star Wars-original trilogy is a classic.
Other faves: Superman, Back to the Future
6/9/2005 4:31 am
Looking at these results is interesting.|
Three dick holders so far.
Maybe you should switch to foreign films with subtitles.
6/9/2005 6:37 am
Hi Playfull girl,|
Sorry I have not come by these parts very often, I need to work on that, LOL
I love movies and books. I like older B&W movies because they have great dialogue, but some of my favorite movies, hmmm OK I am a guy, so Hunt for Red October, Caddy Shack, Shakespere In Love...
My oldest son draged me to the Lord of the Rings series, the last one blew us away.. we really dug it; saw all of the Star War series, we liked the last one, but no acting and no dialogue... just great visual action.
6/10/2005 10:07 am
HardNNaughty71 interesting...i haven't seen any of your favourite movies...what is so good about them...|
6/10/2005 10:09 am
MarkNGeorgia i agree with you completley there...The moment i found out they were making the movies i stopped reading the books (i was halfway through the 2 towers at the time)...I think that was about 10 years ago...so there was a lot of the story that I couldn't rememeber...|
6/10/2005 10:14 am
pgthkck4u I haven't seen any of your favourites either...strange...since i love watching movies...what makes them s good...|
[member mariner311[ beside top gun those are all in my top 15 movies of all time...i'm quite a movie buff and i have to say i like the futuristic ones where the earth has changed drastically...another one of my favourites is Mad Max
6/10/2005 10:17 am
fictionalme i agree with you there...Jar Jar was my least favourite characters in the movies...he was just so damn annoying...definitley deserved what he didn't get...|
6/10/2005 10:20 am
IPman strange i wouln't exactly call shakespeare in love a man movie...I always thought it was mpore of a love story kind of a chick flick...but i guess thats why everyone likes it...the men see it for the action...women see it for the sap...|
6/10/2005 11:30 am
For Animal House and The Exorcist hard to explain why they are good...it's just that even after they have been around for 30 years they still have the abilty to make me laff and freak me out severly.|
Heavy Metal is just a fond memory from my youth...wicked amimations based on the art and stories from Heavy Metal magazine with a wild soundtrack....was an excellent movie to sit back and trip out on alot like Pink Floyd The Wall. Had to add them all to my DVD collection.
6/11/2005 5:21 am
MMMMMMMMMMMM at scifi/fantasy movies....u can take me anytime babe, i'll even buy u popcorn|
6/11/2005 6:39 pm
Jerosd i could think of some other things i would rather do with you...|
6/12/2005 12:02 am
Tell me what is your favourite type of movie?|
Sci-fi, action, thriller
Did you like the Lord of the Rings trilogy?
so-so...never into the world of D&D since my high school days
Did you like The Star Wars movies?
The force has always been with me.....
What is your favourite movie?
Too many to list......the latest good movie i saw is a german movie about the last days of hitler, I think it's called "undergang" or something.... =0
6/21/2005 8:04 am
I thought Star Wars I and II were a bit disappointing, but III was just awesome. Loved it. Frickin' brought tears to my eyes, even though you knew what was going to happen, you just couldn't really believe it as you watched it. When Anakin (actually Darth Vader at that point) was at the jedi temple and engaged his lightsaber to kill the younglings.... well, that was a goosebump chill scene if ever there was one. so sad...|
i loved The Matrix. the first one just absolutely blew me away. the next two i found disappointing, but i'm not sure if it was because my expectations were too high or what, but the first one.... wow.
i love all kinds of movies, but any movie that can surprise me or that i can't figure out are bound to be my favorites. i HATE predictable crap, which is the main reason most chick flicks bore me. you always know where they're going and where they're going to end up. i hate that.
Some good movies:
Better Off Dead (80's classic)
6/21/2005 10:23 pm
jimxxx1971 i was disappointed in the first star wars and even more so with the second one...i didn't spend the money to go see the third one...i'll wait until it comes out in dvd probably...|
I agree with you on the matrix...ist one rocked...second one was dumb and the third one was even worse...what a crappy way to end the trilogy...in my opinion...
8/23/2005 11:36 am
The best scifi-films:|
2001 - A space odessy (Can there be any better one? NO!)
Blade Runner - Director's cut
The Star Wars Saga
Episode I - The Phantom Menance
Episode II - Attack of the clones
Episode III - Revenge of the Sith
Episode IV - A new Hope
Episode V - The Empire strikes back
Episode VI - Return of the Jedi
Alien, Aliens, Alien 3 (But NOT Alien 4!!!)
War of the worlds (the old one)
Starship Troopers (great F/X but the book was better)
eXistenZ (by David Cronenberg)
Tron (from Disney but surprisingly not that bad)
The Thing (by John Carpenter not that Howard Hawks-oldie)
The funniest films:
Braindead (The best splattstick-film ever! "Your Mother ate my dog! - Not all of it!" lol)
Shaun of the Dead (hilarious!!!)
Screemplay (A great Troma production)
Dr. Strangelove - Or: How I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb (Peter Sellers in his best roleS!)
Wag the dog
The big Lebowski
Oh, Brother where art thou?
Grosse Point Blank
Gun, stock and two smoking barrels
Dead men don’t wear plaid
Army of darkness (Evil Dead 3)
The best western:
The good, the bad and the ugly
The wild bunch
Once upon a time in the west (German title is much better: 'Spiel mir das Lied vom Tod' = 'Play the song of death for me')
For a few dollars more
The magnificent seven
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Two mules for sister Sarah
The best (anti-)war films:
Full Metal Jacket
Path of Glory
Black Hawk Down
The best classics:
The Maltese Falcon
The big sleep (with Bogey of course)
To kill a mocking bird
Twelve angry men
The mandchurian candidate
Nosferatu - Eine Symphonie des Grauens
Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari
The best cult-movies:
Escape from New York
Harold & Maude
Things that happen when you’re dead in Denver
The best films with plenty of action:
Leon - Director's cut
Terminator 2 - Judgement Day
Mad Max 2
Predator 1 and 2
Deadly pursuit/Shoot to kill
The scariest films:
Prince of darkness
Planet of the apes (with Charlton Heston! LO
The best independent or low-budget productions:
Very mean men
Omaha (the movie)
Henry-portrait of a serial killer
The best fantasy films:
Highlander (Why did they made those 3 horrible sequels?)
Lord of the Rings (the whole trilogy)
The Wizard of Oz (the one with Judy Garland)
Pirates of the Caribbean: The curse of the Black Pearl
The best animated films:
Fritz the cat
Lord of the rings (by Ralph Bakshi)
Fire and Ice
The best films with puppets or figures made of clay:
Meet the Feebles
Wallace & Gromit - The wrong trousers (Fethered McGraw was cool! lol)
Wallace & Gromit - A close shave
9/7/2005 9:28 am
that is a very extensive and well thought out list...
nice to see another movie entusiast...
Although I must say there are many on your list that i have never seen and many that i would never put on the same list...
Ah well i guess everyone has their own taste...
ok that sounded naughty...i'm gonna get mysefl in trouble...i'd better go...
9/9/2005 1:25 pm
LOL now it's getting tasty!|
You'll never get any trouble with me when you sound naughty!