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Movies

  • V for Vendetta
  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
  • Requiem For a Dream
  • Beautiful Girls
  • Gattaca
  • Matrix
  • Chasing Amy
  • Hard Candy
  • My Girl
  • Wall-e
  • Schindlers's List
  • Seabiscuit
  • The Others
  • Battle Royale
  • Memento
  • One True Thing
  • Gravity
  • Spirited away
  • The Iron Giant
  • Kill Bill

 


(and many others including some guilty pleasures)


Directors:

  • Darren Aronofsky
  • Christopher Nolan
  • Steven Spielberg
  • Andrew Niccol
  • Michel Gondry


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Halloween is coming up. Should I make a thread for Halloween movies, or should I continue this one? My favorite horror movie is Ridley Scott's Alien (1979).



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Not sure I gravitate to any directors to be honest.

Film wise, favourites are

Die Hard 1-3 (the first being my all time favourite)
Good Will Hunting
Jerry Maguire
Jaws
Michael Clayton
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
An American Werewolf in London
Predator
The Terminator



Lethal Weapon 1-3.

Joss wheadon or however you say it.

Also Inception director.

Love DiCaprio movies too!



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Holy crap i have a ton of favorite directors and even more favorite movies, ill try to only list 10 directors and as for movies, way too many.
Marten Scorcese, the Coen Brothers, young Micheal Bay, James Cameron, young Ridley Scott, Edward Zwick, Peter Jackson, the Russo brothers and Chris Nolan



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I don't feel like I've much to add here. I'm not much of a movie guy, and I think it shouldn't be too hard to tell what's my favorite movie and who's my favorite director. But, those aside...

Generally I'm into Tarantino's stuff, though some of his work I didn't like (Reservoir Dogs, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill Vol. 2). I wanna say Ridley Scott because I recently watched Alien and loved it, but then again I wasn't a fan of Blade Runner (also having watched Aliens and Alien 3 as well, I think they're respectively very overrated and very underrated, I'd say they're both nearly as good as each other but neither comes anywhere near the first movie). Also another movie I really dig but no one seems to give a flying fuck about is Rango (2011), I just loved it, definitely my favorite animated film.



Too many to list, so I will go with my two movies that are tied for #1 for me:

The Patriot (2000)
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)



1doesnotsimply

Way too many.

But here’s five.

Prisoners (2013)
The sixth sense (1999)
Fracture (2007)
The edge (1997)
Batman returns (1992)



SvennoJ said:

1. Princess Mononoke,  1997, Hayao Miyazaki
2. Spirited away, 2001, Hayao Miyazaki
3. Blade runner, 1982, Ridley Scott
4. 2001: A space odyssey, 1968, Stanley Kubrick
5. 12 monkeys, 1995, Terry Gilliam
6. Children of men, 2006, Alfonso Cuarón
7. Akira, 1988, Katsuhiro Ôtomo
8. The Matrix, 1999, Andy Wachowski, Lana Wachowski
9. City of god, 2002, Fernando Meirelles, Katia Lund
10. Baraka, 1992, Ron Fricke

I'll watch anything from Hayao Miyazaki, Terry Gilliam, Quentin Tarantino, Luc Besson and Wes Anderson.

Did you watch Valerian?



 

 

Angelus said:
I wouldn't say I really have any favorite directors. I generally don't pay much mind to who's directing what.

Some of my favorite movies include;
Gladiator
The Matrix
The Departed
Inglorious Bastards
Django Unchained
Die Hard
Ocean's Eleven
Fight Club
Coming to America
Batman (The 89 version)

But I could go on for ages really.....I have tons of favorite movies

Are you my lost twin or something? 

Exactly this list.