>your favorite movie
Tfw you no longer have a favourite movie.
Conan the Barbarian
The United States of America
I don't have favorites but the King's Speech was definitely up there for me.
American living in Spain.
kek, goddamnit Srbija
Not him, but I agree. I still maintain that Miami Vice will go on to be much more highly acclaimed as time goes on. Sure, the acting is arse, but it really holds up compared to Heat, Collateral and Thief.
Almost impossible to choose. But I've rewatched this at least a dozen times and always love it, so may as well just run with it.
I only come here when I'm at work. It's a perfect time waster in between shit and my job is pretty comfy. I think you'd be surprised how many relatively older people are on 4chan.
Ai sim parça
Don't let those alligators eat you up senpai
>YOU FOOKIN WANKSTAIN
eh porra nenhuma mermao eh com z mermo
In some regards the first superhero film ever made...
Why would anyone stop browsing 4chan?
It's not like 4chan has anymore negative side-effects than usual websites.
inb4 edgelord, I just like the visuals and the atmosphere.
Water Lilies ("Naissance des Pieuvres")
Yeah, the rape is better in the original but the revenge kills in the remake are fucking godly.
Any movie with dead beaners
> tfw based operator
Wouldn'tt call the best movie.
The movie ages better than wine
Good choice mang
Muh based companion
It was a good Bond movie, wouldn't call it the hottest.
The trilogy or just the first? In any case, goodness.
my Absolute nig
I loved John Wick. The cinematography was gorgeous to look at for an action film. Every frame looked like a painting.
In my top 5
lolwutm8. Discount Saving Private Ryan
I liked this Jobs better than the new movie Steve Jobs
My own favorite is Star Wars. Not because it had the best writing, acting or even directing. But because of the whole production and how it affected my life to be where I am today.
Without that movie, I wouldn't have this amazing opportunity to work at ILM
愛情萬歲 (Ming-liang, 1994)
>Discount Saving Private Ryan
Yikes. You know, I went into The Thin Red Line with the assumption that I'd be bored, because I always heard it was just shots of grass.
The battle sequences, of which there are plenty, are heart pounding and impeccably done. TTRL is a beautiful film as well. Nothing about it is discount.
IMO The Thin Red Line captures the emotion of war better than any other film. There were no forced moments where *cue sad music *show actor bawling. It simply presented itself and let you understand the gravity on your own.
Caveizel's character dies, there's no lingering death seen. We see the shot fired, but then he's gone, the film moves on. To me, this sold the idea of, "he's dead". In an instance, his life is over. This movie had so much emotion, but it never lingered, just kept piling stuff on. Zimmer's work on the soundtrack was phenomenal too. The tribal choral music is so raw
Independence Dayand The Matrix
This nigga has exquisite tastes. The rest of you are plebeians
Taxi Driver aged like dog shit