What is your favorite film of all time? Post yours, and make overly specific assumptions about other anons' personalities.
That's not a good film
That's just a meme
That's not a good film
Con Air is the greatest movie of all time for a number of reasons:
>Nicholas Cage at the height of his career
>other than Identity, Cusack's best performance
>the incredible cast (Trejo, Malcovich, Rhames, Buscemi, Cusack, etc)
>the last truly great action movie of its time
>great dialogue "Why couldn't you just put the bunny back in the box?"
>Dave Chappelle cameo
You can call people Reddit, but you are likely just too young to appreciate this absolute pinnacle of the action genre.
I wouldn't say it's the objectively greatest movie I've ever seen, but it's definitely my personal favourite
You might also like:
Big Deal on Madonna Street (1958)
La Grande Guerra (1959)
Riso Amaro (1948)
Il Sorpasso (1962)
The Tree Of Wooden Clogs (1978)
Il Secondo Tragico Fantozzi (1976)
DO NOT WATCH THE SEQUELS
Fuck the fuck off, reddit.
And if you havent had a sincere and truthfull junk habit you can fuck right off and consider your opinions on anything in life invalid. faggots.
It was legitimately a great film, up there with the classics of cinema. The only criticism I can even think of is the fact that the bear moved way too fast to be believable, but the performances, cinematography, costuming, set design, and overall structure were all glorious. Not kidding, I really loved that film.
>Profumo di Donna
Never seen it tßh but I'll give it a try
>Big Deal on Madonna Street (1958)
>La Grande Guerra (1959)
>Riso Amaro (1948)
>Il Sorpasso (1962)
All GOAT. Gassman was from another planet, best actor ever
>The Tree Of Wooden Clogs (1978)
I personally don't like Olmi, too boring for me
>Il Secondo Tragico Fantozzi (1976)
Watched and rewatched, an evergreen
Not underground like contrarian /tv/, but this ending is perfect. https://youtu.be/xf842rXxKwI
Not the most beautiful, most exciting, most rewatchable, most anything really. But it stands out in every field and it's the one film that stands out in every field and wows me again and again every time I come back to it.
It's not even close to even being Mel Brooks best movie, but for some reason it's my favorite film of all time.
Mulholland Dr. was the first unconventional, art-house film you saw. a "weird" yet cool friend recommended it to you at school.
you are depressed and/or an alcoholic.
you have a tumblr on which you pretend to be more hip than you actually are.
it's not actually your favorite film, but you don't want to admit it's actually A Clockwork Orange so you post FMJ instead, knowing it's one of Kubrick's weakest.
you have never been in a relationship and it bums you out.
you attend parties thinking you're cooler than the majority of people there but people talk shit about what an anti-social and strange nerd you are behind your back.
Went through my collection, removed the films that were definitely not my favorites and this is what I was left with
American Psycho 
Amores Perros 
Burn After Reading 
Cidade de Deus 
Midnight in Paris 
Pulp Fiction 
Reservoir Dogs 
Seven Psychopaths 
The Act of Killing 
The Wolf of Wall Street