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14th February 2006 1:06  #1

Donnie_Darko Banned Join Date: January 2006 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 352
Alltime Favourite Film
Only one film

My Alltime fav is Donnie Darko

14th February 2006 1:47  #2

Je Ff Member Join Date: February 2005 Location: United States Posts: 438
Donnie_Darko, you are starting to get annoying.  We get it.  Your name is Donnie_Darko, you like the movie.  Enough.  Go through your old posts and count how many times you mentioned the movie Donnie Darko.

But to answer your question, my all time favorite movie is True Romance.  It's such a great story.  If you haven't seen you should rent it because there's nothing not to like.

14th February 2006 1:56  #3

Donnie_Darko Banned Join Date: January 2006 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 352
Je Ff wrote: Donnie_Darko, you are starting to get annoying.  We get it.  Your name is Donnie_Darko, you like the movie.  Enough.  Go through your old posts and count how many times you mentioned the movie Donnie Darko.

But to answer your question, my all time favorite movie is True Romance.  It's such a great story.  If you haven't seen you should rent it because there's nothing not to like.


Thats my sister alltime fav film alos and I really really that film

14th February 2006 2:48  #4

captmarvel Member Join Date: January 2006 Location: United States Posts: 101
Donnie Darko---naw, just kidding---it's Casablanca.

14th February 2006 3:10  #5

Arellium Member Join Date: January 2006 Location: United States Posts: 136
Forrest Gump.

14th February 2006 4:06  #6

Trap Door Member Join Date: January 2006 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 250
Taxi Driver

14th February 2006 4:48  #7

GRZA Member Join Date: December 2005 Location: United States Posts: 89
Rushmore.  Then Donnie Darko.

14th February 2006 12:32  #8

Tony DeFrancisco Senior Member Join Date: July 2005 Location: United States Posts: 2,652
Wow pretty hard pic... it's gonna have to be between Sin City or The Chumscrubber. I can't choose.

14th February 2006 15:33  #9

£ukasz D Member Join Date: August 2005 Location: Poland Posts: 859 Send a message via Skype to £ukasz D
hmm...hard to pick one.....i'd go with "Heat" or "Collateral"

14th February 2006 15:43  #10

Adrian Senior Member Join Date: September 2005 Location: United States Posts: 1,305
captmarvel wrote: Donnie Darko---naw, just kidding---it's Casablanca.

At least someone else appreciates the classics.  I know it is cliche, but I love Casablanca.  Bogart and Bergman.  It doesn't get much better than that!

14th February 2006 16:10  #11

captmarvel Member Join Date: January 2006 Location: United States Posts: 101
Adrian- Thanks!  Runners up would be The Maltese Falcon, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington and The Bride of Frankenstein.  More contemporary picks would include Raiders of the Lost Ark and Pirates of the Caribbean.  Oh, and Donnie Darko---naw, just kidding!

14th February 2006 20:12  #12

Danny Storr Member Join Date: November 2005 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 161
Hudson Hawk !!! nah Kidding although this is a guilty pleasure

Godfather Part II      !!!!! NUFF SAID

14th February 2006 21:29  #13

BoBoi Member Join Date: June 2005 Location: Australia Posts: 1,109 Send a message via MSN to BoBoi Send a message via Yahoo to BoBoi
Almost Famous

14th February 2006 22:34  #14

stanton heck Member Join Date: June 2005 Location: United States Posts: 1,098
Its a tie for me "On Golden Pond", and "American Graffiti"

15th February 2006 0:45  #15

Tigerclaw Member Join Date: November 2005 Location: Canada Posts: 493 Send a message via MSN to Tigerclaw
Terminator 2:Judgement Day

15th February 2006 0:59  #16

Darren Russell Member Join Date: June 2004 Location: United States Posts: 208
9 1/2 Weeks

18th February 2006 21:31  #17

Aaron Schneiderman Senior Member Join Date: September 2005 Location: United States Posts: 1,198
To Kill A Mockingbird

19th February 2006 15:19  #18

Worst Nightmare Senior Member Join Date: July 2002 Location: Australia Posts: 6,706 Send a message via AIM to Worst Nightmare Send a message via ICQ to Worst Nightmare Send a message via MSN to Worst Nightmare Send a message via Yahoo to Worst Nightmare Send a message via Google to Worst Nightmare
hmmm...Fifth Element, Silence of the Lambs to name some...

19th February 2006 15:23  #19

Jonathan Bennett Member Join Date: March 2005 Location: United States Posts: 600 Send a message via AIM to Jonathan Bennett Send a message via MSN to Jonathan Bennett Send a message via Yahoo to Jonathan Bennett Send a message via Google to Jonathan Bennett
Rushmore, Casablanca, Raging Bull, The Man Who Fell to Earth, The Graduate, and most films from David Lynch or Alfred Hitchcock.

20th February 2006 18:21  #20

Intergalactic Ponce Member Join Date: April 2005 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 1,151
The Big Lebowski or Sneakers. Or Meet Joe Black. Or Devil's Advocate. Nah. I can't pick a favourite. It's like the Hannibal Trilogy for me (elswhere on this site). I'd rather watch Hannibal again rather than Silence. There are far better films out there but not ones that I'd really want to call 'favourite' and watch again. Taxi Driver is a fantastically harsh piece of cinema, and a classic, but I couldn't call it a favourite. That's why it's always a difficult choice and it tends to change over time and with mood. The Big Lebowski though, it's always up at the top as a favourite, comfort watch.

22nd February 2006 22:28  #21

McVain Member Join Date: March 2004 Location: United States Posts: 42
I actually really like Darko a lot. Anyway, I don't have a true favorite film because it changes day to day but I'd say that 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Seven Samurai and The Seventh Seal would all be very close to the top.

23rd February 2006 1:40  #22

Mal Webmaster Join Date: May 2001 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 1,290
I think mine would be Leon, prior to that all I watched was Hollywood blockbusters - didn't really appreciate films until then.

23rd February 2006 9:43  #23

Gabe Powers Editor Join Date: September 2004 Location: United States Posts: 4,486 Send a message via ICQ to Gabe Powers
It's weird, and I wouldn't consider either even close to my favourite, but the two films that really made me begin to look at film critically were Craven's Scream and Jackson's The Frighteners. Those movies made me realize how much I actually enjoyed horror films, and after I ran out of horror films to obsess about, moving on was inevitable.

23rd February 2006 14:48  #24

Mal Webmaster Join Date: May 2001 Location: United Kingdom Posts: 1,290
Well it was a way of narrowing it down I guess. Got lots of favourite films, Dawn of the Dead and Zombie Flesh Eaters (or whatever they called it where you live) being near the top for horror.

23rd February 2006 19:43  #25

Gabe Powers Editor Join Date: September 2004 Location: United States Posts: 4,486 Send a message via ICQ to Gabe Powers
We just call it Zombie, unless it's the Media Blasters release, then it's Zombi 2.

And Dawn of the Dead may be my favorite movie all around.

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