My All-Time Favorite Movie

@grace147 (223)
Philippines
November 15, 2012 12:18am CST
My all-time favorite movie is Scent of a Woman starred by Al Pacino. I will never forget this movie for i felt the movie is the whole package that reflects the society we have now - then and now and how we are coping with it. It presented faces of human behavior and its adaption to life. Love the movie and certainly its in my library for the kid to watch when he grows up for the wisdom it brings is for real. How about you whats your all-time favorite movie?
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@Mavic123456 (22014)
• Thailand
15 Nov 12
Hmm.. mine are the Indiana Jones Series. I kept on watching that over and over again. I want the adventures Indiana did and the great historical values in it. My bestest choice among the bests is the Indiana jones and the Last Crusade with Sean Connery. Such a great movie it was. Historical, Moral Values, Faith, Family Values, and so many things more. "It is not arheology but it's fate now. If that holy grail is placed in the hands of the Nazis then it's our end. " Henry Jones, Senior. Awwwwwww.. nice to share. ;)
• Malaysia
15 Nov 12
yes..Last Crusade..was supposed to the last film..and was really entertaining.. but then they decided to make Crystal skull..
@grace147 (223)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
Hi Mavic123456, much appreciated you response. i also agree with you Indiana Jones is a whole movie. An speaking of Sean Connery - hats off! his a legendary actor and an icon just like Harrison Ford. have a great day.
@Sindelle (824)
• United States
16 Nov 12
Indiana Jones is a classic. I hate it when they take movies that were perfect then twenty years later make a lack luster sequel. Besides its just not the same without good ol dad (Sean Connery). Sean Connery and Harrison Ford are both amazing.
@silentwill (1685)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
Forrest Gump starring Tom Hanks will always be my most favorite movie. The line [i]Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're gonna get.[/i] came from Forrest's momma.
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
I love the pop culture references like how he'd always figure in the invention of things like the smileys or 'sh!t happens'.
@grace147 (223)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
hi silentwill, thanks for the sharing. your right, forrest gump is a one of a kind movie.
@graysky (132)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
yes,Forrest Gump is one good movie.i like that movie too.
@JamesKYTan (1605)
• Malaysia
15 Nov 12
'Scent of a Woman' is a very famous movie. I heard about it but have not had the opportunity to watch it yet. Perhaps I should get one and watch it with my family. My all time favorite movie is early 1980's Taiwanese love story acted by Chin Han and Lin Ching Hsia.
@grace147 (223)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
Hello Jamesky Tan Thank you for the interest - well, if you have time, please watch scent of a woman and just like any other good quality movie - it will leave something in our hearts. By the way, whats the title of the taiwanese love story? does it have a translation? and hope its still available to watch. have a great day.
• Malaysia
16 Nov 12
Chin Han and Lin Ching Hsia acted in countless Taiwanese love story. That was more than twenty years ago. In those days Taiwanese love stories were very popular among Chinese speaking people. Even non-Chinese also like them as there were English sub-titles.
@natliegleb (5175)
• India
15 Nov 12
it always has to be shawshank redemption and i also like the al pacino movies a lot for sure
@grace147 (223)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
Hi natliegleb, oh, shawshank redemption is one of a kind movie and worth remembering. A legendary movie of Morgan Freeman. Thanks for the response.
@Sindelle (824)
• United States
16 Nov 12
I also really enjoyed that movie. The first time I saw it was a few years when I was visiting my parents. Everyone in my family was in shock and kept yapping about how they couldn't believe that was the first time I saw that movie.
@graysky (132)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
watched shawshank redemption also..its a good movie.morgan freeman always does good movies.
@rafiholmes (2896)
• Malaysia
15 Nov 12
my fav of all time is MATRIX TRILOGY...
• Malaysia
16 Nov 12
yeha..im one of those top movie guy in MyLot.. ehhehe..lol i also seen A scent of a woman...a very good film by Pacino... my fav is Scarface..
@grace147 (223)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
hi rafiholmes, thank you for the responses. And if Im not mistaken your a movie goer right? because it seems you know very well quality movie. Matrix is also something to remember. have a great day.
@graysky (132)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
my all time favorite movie is John Q by Denzel Washington.its a heart touching movie.a story about a father who will give his life to his kid.must see movie, i think,for those who love meaningful movies.
@grace147 (223)
• Philippines
17 Nov 12
hi graysky, thanks for the sharing..i will definitely watch this movie over a bucket of popcorn and a box of tissue perhaps? i love Denzel Washington. thanks graysky.
@atv818 (1980)
• United Arab Emirates
15 Nov 12
This movie is definitely one of my favorites. The story line is unique and has a lot of lessons pertaining to life. Al Pacino definitely portrayed his role to the max. So believable. It was reported that he had to study the manners of several blind people as preparation for the role. This is one movie I don't mind watching over and over again.
@grace147 (223)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
Hi atv818, much appreciated your response. Im happy that you saw the movie. Me too, when i have a free time, this is one of the movie in my basket. I watched it over and over again too and the impact is still the same.
@lacieice (2061)
• United States
15 Nov 12
My favorite all-time movie is "Somewhere in Time" starring Christopher Reeves before he had his accident that left him paralysed. It's a really great love story that spans the limits of time.
@grace147 (223)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
hi lacieice, thank you for the sharing. I will try to check if this movie is still available so i can relate too on the love story it brings. have a great day.
• China
16 Nov 12
My favorite movie is Pride And Prejudice,I have seen for many times, each time I may have a different feelings.
@Sindelle (824)
• United States
16 Nov 12
I always enjoyed that movie too. I tend to find very few people who agree with me. Jane Austen wrote some wonderful stories.
@mariaperalta (19074)
• Mexico
15 Nov 12
I love Al Pacino but never saw this movie. We have a cheap movie place here in Mexico. Ill add it to my list, and see if they have it there. Thanks for the info.
@grace147 (223)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
hi mariaperalta, thanks for the interest, and i hope you find one so you can watch with your family and evaluate for yourself the morale of the movie. have a great day then.
@Mattxu (62)
• China
16 Nov 12
My favorite movie may be the Titanic. When I was only ten years old, I watched the film for the first time. At that time, I had been shocked by the magnificent scene. I may not know what the film want to tell us at that time, but I felt that the film was great when I was only ten years old. About half a year ago, I saw the movie of 3D version. Though I should say the effect of the 3D is poor, but the storyline still attracts me. I feel my heart has been touched again. And I am also shocked by that the director could create such a magnificent scene more than ten years ago. I feel that Cameron is the greatest director in the world and no other directors could keep up with him.
@Sindelle (824)
• United States
16 Nov 12
There is this company called The Asylum that makes a lot of B rated movies and knock offs. They actually made something called Titanic 2. Lol, I heard they're mermaids in it. I don't know how anyone could properly make a sequel to a movie like Titanic.
@Sindelle (824)
• United States
16 Nov 12
My all time favorite movie is The Lion King. I know its a children's movie but the animation was stunning, there was some great voice acting, and the music was spectacular. I still have that soundtrack lying around somewhere. Also they made a spectacular broadway musical out of that movie as well. I wish Disney made movies like they used to.
@grace147 (223)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
Hi Sindelle, Even thou I'm adult but among the animated movie that i saw as recommended by my son, Lion King is my greatest love. I can even remember - Hakuna Matata it means no worries for the rest of your life - indeed it is. Apart from its stunning animation - the morale of the story is so wonderful. How can i forget Simba, in his own little ways - he manage to correct and learn from his mistake and of course, i love of the parent is amazing.
• United States
15 Nov 12
Pulp Fiction. I know every scene, every line, every image of that movie. I hate I didn't write the screenplay!
@grace147 (223)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
hi bluebell, thanks for the sharing. dont worry someday you will get your chance to write you own screenplay. have a great day.
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
I love the movie too, al pacino was amazing, I love the last part where he would defend chris o'donnell in school! amazing!
@grace147 (223)
• Philippines
17 Nov 12
yah, me too. i could even memorize his line..."when the bow brakes the cradle will fall and it has fallen here...makers of man, creators of leader.... becareful what you are producing"...so inspiring line - " there is no prosthetic of an amputated soul".
@jkct02 (2874)
• Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
15 Nov 12
"Gone With The Wind" is my all-time favorite movie - "Gone With The Wind" is my all-time favorite movie.
"Gone With The Wind" is my all-time favorite movie. The movie is good because it has a good story line based on the novel by Margaret Mitchell and the excellent castings. Who could forget the famous words by Scarlett O'Hara(Played by Vivien Leigh), every time she met difficulties, "After all, tomorrow is another day!" and the final moment when Rhett Butler (played by Clark Gable) who was deeply disappointed with Scarlett, said to her when she begged him to stay, "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn"
@grace147 (223)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
Hi jkct02, much appreciated your sharing, you have the same movie taste with my husband and true is a good movie too.
@meozard22 (871)
• Philippines
17 Nov 12
for me, my favorite movie is the Harry Potter series... I love all HP movies, I love the magic, I love the cast, I love the story, I love everything about it lol...
• Vietnam
15 Nov 12
My all-time favorite movie is Ice Age. It's a animation movie.
@grace147 (223)
• Philippines
16 Nov 12
Hi nguyenloan, much appreciated again your response. Yah, Ice age is a whole some anti-stress movie and i watched it with my child - so funny andit has morale lesson too. take care.