What are the best movies you have ever seen?

@bing_r77 (237)
Philippines
November 20, 2007 9:59am CST
Please share the best movies you have seen? What movie do you like, drama, action or comedy. The favorite movies that i have seen are Titanic, Empire of the sun, troy, legends of fall, the king and i by chao yun fat and the patriot.
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@chunter (1761)
• Singapore
20 Nov 07
Best movies....hmmm....there are many... At the top of my head, Cool Runnings The Italian Job (Michael Caine) Maverick (Mel Gibson) Back to the Future trilogy Die Hard The Bourne trilogy - Identity, Supremacy, Ultimatum (Matt Damon) The Sixth Sense Star Wars IV, V and VI
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• United States
20 Nov 07
Cool Runnings is a favorite of mine. Funny as all get out, but inspirational too.
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
20 Nov 07
thank you for the response. I love the Bourne Trilogy. it is so nice. i have seen the three of them.
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@amitavroy (4826)
• India
20 Nov 07
well there are lot of movies which I think are very nice and if I want to name them then it will be a huge list. I like action movies a little and special effect dominated movies. The matrix series movies are one of my fav and that is because of the special effects, the story and also because of the hero of the movie. Then there are movies like titanic, troy and other historical movies and many other. Saw series and final destination series is also worth mentioning. Then I cannot forget god father
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
21 Nov 07
yeah, there are a lot of good and quality movies..matrix is one because of its stroy and special effects, but i dont like the story of the last movie..Troy is the best. Brad Pitt perfectly performs his role as achilles. and also titanic, its nice. I've watch titanic 5 times i think..
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@megumiart (3781)
• United States
20 Nov 07
I like all genres of movie. I particularly enjoy Tim Burton's movies, some of my favorites are Big Fish, Beetleguese and the Nightmare before christmas.
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
21 Nov 07
yup, tim Burton has good movies..quality of all genres of movies depends on their story, the actors and actresses who wil deliver their peice well, the director and it cinematography...maybe...
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@ALouie (118)
• United States
20 Nov 07
THIS IS A VERY HARD QUESTION. A list would have been very helpful. The one that comes to mind over and over again is "Ordinary People" because it's story and imagery popped off the screen. There was no movie when I saw "Ordinary People" the images went straight into my mind. That film was an extraordinary piece of art, at that point in time (during it's release in theatres).
@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
21 Nov 07
I guess i need to see that one. i did not watch that movie "Ordinary People" because i thougth its not good. i am searching for a good movie worth to watch, I will try this "Ordinary People" and find a dvd copy for this one.
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@Savvynlady (3686)
• United States
20 Nov 07
Casablanca, Escape to Sorbibor(sic) Now, Voyager The Women any of Tyler Perry's The Five Heartbeats The Shawshank Redemption Sleepless in Seattle An Affair to Remember more too numerous to mention.
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
20 Nov 07
An affair to remember is nice. i have also seen that one. i like its story. thank you for the response
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@gerald_lian (2193)
• Australia
20 Nov 07
I like all genres of movies and I don't really have a particular one that I like. Movies that I consider the best I've seen include Transformers, Bruce Almighty, LOTR trilogy, Titanic, Kung Fu Hustle, Shaolin Soccer, Honey I Shrunk The Kids, Spiderman trilogy and Mrs. Doubtfire. There might be a few more but I just can't remember them off the top of my head now.....
@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
20 Nov 07
Hello Gerald! Thank you for the response. I have seen the Kung Fu Hustle, it is nice. I think i have seen it in the Bus during my travel..
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
26 Nov 07
I love classic movies that are historic and full of love. The love story show in every classic movies amazes me a lot. Sometime, I get into tear specially when I can relate how comfortable we are in todays technology as compared with the old means. The Patriot, Troy and Titanic are in the top of my list for classic movies. For love stories: 50 First Dates. For comedy: Forrest Gump. For drama: None at the moment. Hehehe!
@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
27 Nov 07
i also like classic movies. in thess movies, you can find a lot of moral lessons in it compared to the new movies we have now that have a lot of hatred. forrest gump is a perfect commedy. i give two thumbs up with that one.
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@beauty_ph (2751)
• Philippines
27 Nov 07
That is true. There is something about classic movies. They are expensive films too. And in some countries where film making is being perfected, they would spend more than a year to make one!
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@bing_r77 (237)
• Philippines
28 Nov 07
yep, some countries would spend a lot on movies because they really want quality in their work.
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