What's your favorite movie of all time, /b/?
What's the movie that made you feel something?
Post it in this thread.
Let's share some great movies.
What's up with all this agro, bro? We're here to recommend some good movies not bash on what other people like. I like the movie, it's pretty funny. If you don't man it's all cool. Got any movie recommendations?
Still crying like a pussy when I see the cinema scene.
Killer Klowns from Outer Space
Gayniggers from Outer Space
What's Eating Gilbert Grape
Not my favorite, but gonna give a shout out to Tetsuo, The Iron Man. Shittiest movie with the best potential.
finally found my soulmate
that movie opened my eyes on so many levels. You could say it kickstarted my fascination for genetics. Also the idea of a faggot working his ass off and making it despite all odds, and oh the sountrack jesus it's great
brb watching gattaca again
Old Yeller. My favorite as a kid. Still like to watch it. Have a box of tissues nearby.
Love this movie - sells itself as a movie for teen girls, but don't let that fool you, there's more than enough here for everyone to find enjoyable, and with Matthew Vaughn (one of my favourite directors) behind it the film has some of the best direction I've seen in a long time. Also, Daredevil beats Superman in a swordfight.
cant think of my favourite but really enjoyed this one.
Most people just brush it off as millennial hipster trash because the story is millennial hipster trash, but the story really just takes a back seat to the witty writing and that Edgar Wright style
OP here, It's nice to see so much positivity from this thread on /b/. I really like all of these movies and I plan on watching the ones I haven't seen this week. Thanks for the recommendations guys. goodnight.
>This is not me, sir!
>THIS IS NOT ME!
The Double (2014)
I like the way you think, you filthy, deranged animal.
All the Ghibli films are pretty good.
I think my favourite is, The Mummy Returns or Fifth Element or Robin Hood:Men in Tights, not sure which. As far as feels go, generally go to shows or books for that.
I like you guys.
Not necessarily my favorite movie, but definitely the comfiest for me.
saw that for the first time a few months ago, wasn't mad on it
You might find that's exactly how you feel about it, give it a go though.
I was just about to post Leon, nigguh.
but here's a better war film
Yeap, totally didn't see that coming
>Stahp not liking what I like
This one, forever and always.
this movie its so great!
That's because your the autistic one. Really nothing? So the world has become a place where people would rather take a video of someone dying then help them. There I kinda helped I hope
>So the world has become a place where people would rather take a video of someone dying then help them
Not the world, just an autistic guy, it was like watching a movie about a /b/tard running his own creep/rekt thread.
that is not a very nice way to talk about your mum
It was a satire peice on on the realistic state of humanity and how media plays it's part . Were all blood thirsty like the crowd of the coliseum. If you couldn't get that then ahhhhh? Do somethin else besides calling others autistic just because they have a different point of view, which at the moment seems a lot larger then your's
American Psycho, this is the best scene.
Plus have you not seen all the vids of people doing the same thing as him in the real world? Seems you've never wondered over the live leak. Hey let me introduce you to the internet.
Very good choice
still don't know why I watched this to the end. Don't even know what to think about it.
I gave an hour and a half long presentation on seven samurai for my final college project- quite literally watched the movie to death to prepare it.
I suppose that's why he felt the need to coerce his employer in a weird sexual dominance relationship also, because that's a reflection of the human condition right?
And of course for every video of someone filming bad shit happening there isn't someone else somewhere else helping someone survive a bad situation that never gets filmed.
Humanity has always had fucking dregs, nothings changed, he was just a 2 hour example of one.
Can't decide on my favourite film, but this is one of my favourite scenes. Whenever I hear the music I get shivers.
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Am I the only one? Truly marvelous movie, kid was such a bad ass.
Which you seem to imply has changed in the last 2 thousand years like it's some deep and meaningful insight. Humanity will never be rid of weird non empathic fucks like him, this in no way indicates that humanity is any worse than it ever has been, it's just more public now.
A 2 hour movie on the topic was dreary and irritating, give me a book any day, movies are for escapism not accounts of an autistic basement dweller.
Great taste, but the best movie ever is The Shining
apocalypse now because Charlie don't surf
You are right, we haven't changed at all I was gonna get to that point but you beat me to it, very nice.
Me too btw books are always better.
It isn't my favorite movie I just feel it describes the more dreadful and dark part of human nature, and yes I guess since we agree sheds a little light on crazy people with autisim
The atmosphere of this movie is fucking perfect
Trips confirmed for an accord, I'm gonna head off and watch Black Sails which I probably enjoy more than any movie I've watched.
Try to disagree
yes yes yes a million times yes. Incredible movie
More people should see this
Probably my favorite from the 2010s so far
Love the start of this film, but the end kind of falls flat.
And in that theme, here's another that had so much promise but such an empty ending.
Favorite from the silent era. Still holds up well today, in my opinion
Not your typical stoner comedy by a long shot. In fact, I wouldn´t call it a stoner comedy at all. It´s a treasure trove that keeps on giving every time you watch it. It has been hijacked by frat boys and got a bit of a bad rep, but this film is gold.
This movie gave me feels, read the book as a kid.
>Old man and the Sea
Best film out of Korea since Oldboy!
Here's another classic.
Absolutely love this one. Netflix has it right now.
Interesting to a degree, but after sneaking into a secret society hardly anything truly dramatic happens. A far call from being better than the shining. Full Metal Jacket is a great movie, but the first half of the movie is a very different and far more interesting watch than the second half (even though I wouldn't call the second half bad, the difference is clear). A Clockwork Orange I get, it was an exceptional movie. But 2001 and The Shining are true masterpieces that in my mind are two of the few movies that belong to the greatest movies ever, period.
Forgot the pic, and should have been roles...
Great movie. I never could really understand any of the books besides Ender's Game though. Xenophobia fucking confused me.
>mfw these are the only movies here I've seen
You guys my generation
It's not good. The boot camp section is unique in it's own right, and the rest of It just doesn't seem to have much to do with it. It's as though someone made one movie that was too short and decided to tack on a totally diffrent movie at the end to extend the runtime
It's just amazing to watch. One of the few movies that you could watch in a foreign language with no subtitles and still enjoy immensely.
The Breakfast Club. I think that most of my liking to this movie is due to nostalgia, as when I saw it first I was an edgy troubled teen, but it's still my favorite thing in the world.