Top Five Favorite Films Ever???

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aeonpulse

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It's never an easy question to answer. No specific genres, no specific order, I'm just curious of people's top five movies. Not necessarily the top five best movies you've ever seen, but the top five you enjoy watching the most, your favorites. And if possible, try to limit the list to one film per director. Currently, my top five are (mind you, in no specific order)...

John Carpenter's "The Thing"
"Aliens"
"Blade Runner"
"The Empire Strikes Back"
"Brazil"
 
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INDY

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1. Star Wars
2. Empire Stikes Back
3 Raiders of the Lost Ark
4. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
5. Gladiator
 

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Lutso

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Once Upon a Time in the West (Sergio Leone)

The Empire Strikes Back (Irvin Kershner)

The Aviator (Martin Scorsese)

Inglorious Basterds (Quentin Tarantino)

American Graffiti (George Lucas)


I actually have a list of my top 20 favorite movies. But these are the five that I "enjoy watching" the most, I'd say.
 

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SSgt Burton

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My "favourite" films can vary with my mood however if I had to narrow it down to five it would be these:

-Star Trek II
-Aliens
-The Terminator
-Robocop
-Batman (1966)

These are films that I can pop in at any time and watch from start to finish despite having seen them hundreds of times (and possibly over a thousand in the case of ST:II), knowing exactly what comes next, and still be thoroughly entertained. :thumbsup


Kevin
 

jedichase

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1. Star Wars (ANH, ESB, ROTJ).
2. Raiders of the Lost Ark.
3. Casablanca.
4. King Kong (1933).
5. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
 

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nickytea

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John Carpenter's "The Thing"
James Cameron's "Aliens"
Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner"
Irvin Kershner's "The Empire Strikes Back"
Kinji Fukasaku's "Battle Royale"
You're putting film-by credits on movies that don't have them. It's bad enough when movies actually have them.
 

aeonpulse

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You're putting film-by credits on movies that don't have them. It's bad enough when movies actually have them.
I'm not at all being sarcastic here, but I'm lost. What exactly are you referring to? Did i goof?

The reason I listed the directors of my favorite movies was solely so that I could be sure that I didn't list two favorite films that were directed by the same director, that's all.
 

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