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PostPosted: Wed Mar 09, 2005 8:59 pm 
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What is your favorite movie of all time? Why?

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I'm pretty sure we've done this one already, but oh well. My favorite movie is Amélie, because it's just a beautiful, incredible movie and make me happy every time I watch it.

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On homestar or in real life? Well if homestar... uhhh... Homestar Presents: Presents. But in real life : Scary Movie 3. That makes me laugh like crazy every time.

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I'll need some time to really think about it, but off the top of my head I'd say either Life is Beautiful (so funny, touching and sad at the same time) or Finding Nemo.

Edit: I just remembered (due to Seethroo's post) that my boyfriend and I used to have an inside joke that my favourite movie is Bloodsport. It started because an old French lady I used to work with said that was her favourite movie. I thought that was pretty funny.

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napolean Dynamite

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Napoleon Dynamite

It was funny the first time. And now after 16 viewings, it is still hilarious.

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The Seventh Seal, directed by Ingmar Bergman.


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ikipapa1 wrote:
Napoleon Dynamite

It was funny the first time. And now after 16 viewings, it is still hilarious.


Same here.

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It's really hard to choose a favorite overall movie, as opposed to favorite movie of a certain genre, but I'd have to go with....

Ocean's Eleven. I've seriously got to say that this is the best movie I've seen, mainly because the way they revealed the plan was genius in my eyes, and seeing it after the original just made the new one better..

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I like Napoleon Dynamite, but for a war category, I'd say Enemy at the Gates. Saving Private Ryan was allittle too gory in the beginning. That poor poor one armed man. :((

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I like Napoleon Dynamite, but for a war category, I'd say Enemy at the Gates. Saving Private Ryan was allittle too gory in the beginning. That poor poor one armed man. :((

IMHO, The Thin Red Line was better than them both.


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Hmm... well, for a long time it's been Mel Brooks' "Spaceballs", but now that I've seen Napoleon Dynamite, it might overtake Spaceballs as my favorite.

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Oh... so many.

I'd have to say The Lord of the Rings. Though I am fond of Mel Brooks' movies...

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Have you heard how Mel's gonna be making the spaceballs sequel? I think it's called "Spaceballs 3: The Search for Spaceballs 2".


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Have you heard how Mel's gonna be making the spaceballs sequel? I think it's called "Spaceballs 3: The Search for Spaceballs 2".
Really? I heard that there was gonna be a movie, but I didn't know what the name was going to be. I remember in the first one that they talked about a sequel, when Yogurt said, "And God forbit, may we all meet again in Spaceballs 2 : The Search For More Money."

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HELP! It has been my favorite movie since I can remember tho Aladdin is a close second.

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Have you heard how Mel's gonna be making the spaceballs sequel? I think it's called "Spaceballs 3: The Search for Spaceballs 2".


But first he's producing a remake of The Producers starring Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane based on the broadway musical. It will be directed by Susan Stroman, who directed and chorographed the broadway version. I love the original film with Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder, but I admit I'm excited.

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I'd say either Life is Beautiful (so funny, touching and sad at the same time).


Ah! You took my movie... Girls... (I'm geussing you speak french?) That's my favorite movie because I watched it with my grandpa a few days before he died.

Here's my top 5 list:
1.Life is Beutiful
2. StarWars!
3. Sandlot
4. Private Eyes
5. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon (for the music mostly)


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Well, my favorite comedy has to be Airplane!"

I'm a big fan of trilogies. The Matrix, Lord of the Rings, the original Star Wars, and to a lesser extent, Indiana Jones.

And Forrest Gump.

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isnt it obvios?

if not i must say napoleon dynamite...

1st time=A+

24th time=A+

thats how good it was!

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Ocean's Eleven. I've seriously got to say that this is the best movie I've seen, mainly because the way they revealed the plan was genius in my eyes, and seeing it after the original just made the new one better..


That was really good movie, especially the plan unfolding.

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(I'm geussing you speak french?)


I do, but it's an Italian movie. ;) Good thing I took that in high school too, huh?
Ocean's Eleven is great, I think. I also really like Snatch, for many of the same reasons (the camera work, Brad Pitt :) ). It's a hilarious movie, if you can get past the swearing and figure out what Brad's character is saying (here's a hint - turn on your TV's closed captioning!).

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My favorite movie is "The Matrix".
My second and third favorite are The Matrix Revolutions and The Matrix Reloaded.

My fourth favorite is Minority Report.

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A Mighty Wind. It's just an awesome movie. Either that or Coffee and Cigarettes, which I love and won't allow myself to admit why I love it.


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My favorite movie is The Triplets of Belleville. It's pretty much a cult classic, and I'm the president of that cult.

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I really liked Elf, with Will Ferrel. Sure, its a kids movie, but it was so cute, and had a lot of grown-up humour too. Like the gift for that special someone!
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I'm a big cotton headed ninny muggins!

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Oh... so many.

I'd have to say The Lord of the Rings. Though I am fond of Mel Brooks' movies...


Which one? I like the third.

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I love any Mel Brooks movies. With Blazing Saddles and Spaceballs being one and two, but no particular order. The conversations in those movies are so funny.


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I just got the DVD for "The Incredibles" It's awexome.

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