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Mine wud have 2 be kill bill coz its really funny in a weird deluded sort of way http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/mischievous.gif , and its full of action and its a really good story. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif
How High but there is mmmmmm i think about 50 best movies, i said how high becouse now i am listening Method and Red Man part two and i remebered it!
Hmm Resident Evil and Resident evil Apocalypse.
Land of the dead, Dukes of Hazzard.
I have a few too many.
There are too many great movies, but... I think Hero is the best. Very strong movie.
So many to choose from! But if I had to pick one really good movie it would be The Shawshank Redemption.
Depends on my mood really, so it's a difficult call to make. My top movies are The Goonies, Mulholland Drive, Titanic, Lord Of The Rings, Believe.
Saving Private Ryan. *sighs* Scottlee: Say Hello to my little friend! lol I LOVE that line.
Shawshank, amelie, snatch, passion of the christ, kill bill, man there are just too many!
The Ring, The Ring 2, Hannibal or Mr & Mrs Smith. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif
I would say, :rolleyes:
Amelie - That fiolm is so good, its better than any English or American film, cos the films we have , all use the same plot and storyline, but Amelie is something different, its a bit hard to understand, but its very cheeky and its so great! :rolleyes: http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif
Ive been looking for ages to get it on DVD, but no luck, I first saw it after school, there was a poster saying a french film was on, of course I was 12 and watched it, me and my friend were in the cinema room with a load of sixth formers!, We were so embarrased! :D
The Spice Girl movie - even though its been 6 years since I seen it, It was one of my personal favorites. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/thumb.gif
My third and final...
Bridget Jones' Diary 1&2 - I used to love sitting in bed with a bar of Galaxy watching Bridget Jones take control of her life, it helps you understand the feminine side of life.
Its so funny and will always be one of my favorites! :D
To be honest, I hate all American movies, they are so boring, predictable, and just lame, we've seen it before people, they're to focused on the jokes they put in the movies than actually plotting the story itself, a perfact example of this is Meet the Fockers, that movie was so faint, it was very mild and just another typical american movie, Ive seen american movies that have made me laugh, but when I left the cinema, It was just another movie. They use the same storyline, 1 person, has a wish, wishes it to come true, gets it, mid-movie crisis, wish falls apart, wish comes true again, walk off into the sunset, no matter what genre it is, it follows that same plot over and over again, Ive never fully enjoyed an American movie other than Kill Bill, that had a unique plot, that is what I call a decent movie, Anthony O'Shaughnessy, goodnight http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif
Followed by Pitch Black and the RE movies. ;) 5th Element and Dark Crystal too..I'm rambling now lol.
Persona, by Ingmar Bergman.
I love real drama.
Tbe Haunting (1963 version), It's A Wonderful Life, Bladerunner, Mask, Shrek 1 & 2, The Producers, Where Eagles Dare....too many others
Donnie Darko. But I have so many other favourites films. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif
Originally posted by Thorir:
Persona, by Ingmar Bergman.
I love real drama. You love Drama? watch Amores Perros, a mexican movie. Now THAT'S drama!!
I also love Kill Bill, its so stylish and exciting! And I love Battle Royale, its an awsome Japanese film thats banned in America I think, Im going throught this Japanese phase lol http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif
"Lawrence of Arabia" and "Death Becomes Her" are two all-time favorites of mine - and yeah, I know they don't have anything in common http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/whistle.gif
[ 28. October 2005, 09:48: Message edited by: Nicky ]
Can't say the absolute favourite. A favourite I watched recently (it's from 1997, though) was Gattaca. Brilliant. Best message in a movie ever!
I love science-fiction, especially if it's dystopian, so included in my favourite list are Blade Runner, Terminator 2, Mad Max 3, Bicentennial Man, A.I. Not Existenz, that one was awful!
A movie I liked and it's not very well know it's "The Idiots". Very disturbing, but thought provoking.
Oh yeah, and I liked "Heidi". :D
I loved the cutey innocence of it, it was refreshing, and the underlying message "respect children".
Originally posted by Gomes:
Oh yeah, and I liked "Heidi". :D
Oh no, I hope you don't mean that badly dubbed TV show that they seemed to show in the UK every school holiday throughout the 1980s !?
[ 28. October 2005, 15:47: Message edited by: Celephais ]
LOL I loved that program :D http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif
Go on, sing the theme tune!
http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/vlol.gif No, no, not the TV show, I didn't even know about that, the recent movie, with Max Von Sidow!
And I only know the tune for the animated series. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/whistle.gif
Real Life Lara
Hmm... I've got tons!
Queen Of the Damned (Stuart Townsend... :D )
The 'Scream' trilogy
Abandon is pretty cool... http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/whistle.gif
Oh, the Grudge too, and the Ring (japanese version is coolest though.) I love 'ghost' but it always upsets me.. lol :( http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif
hummm...that´s really hard to answer pals... ;) let me think... "The Lord of The Ring" trilogy..."Tomb Raider 1" and "Cradle of Life"..."Minority Report", "The Island"...and almost every adventure/scientific-fiction/action/war movies!!!
Go on, sing the theme tune!LOL, I don't even remember it.
top three: Tombraider 1... what can i say?
Pirates of the carribean...like pain? try wearin a corset!
So close...a chinese movie. it rocks, and you never know whats coming next!
Originally posted by Neteru:
Go on, sing the theme tune!LOL, I don't even remember it. </font>[/QUOTE]From a film website
"Viewers of a certain age will no doubt have fond memories of the dubbed 1977 German TV series of Heidi, as it was repeated on children’s television several times during the 1980s. In fact, it’s a safe bet that anyone who saw it will not only remember the theme tune (“Doo do do-doo do do-do-doo!”) but will also be able to do a good impression of Heidi saying “Grandfather!, Grandfather!”.
So there you go. It was "Do" repeated over and over again
[ 28. October 2005, 17:47: Message edited by: Celephais ]
LOL, right... how could I forget. :D http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/whistle.gif
Hmm, let's see...
Girl with a Pearl Earring
Kung Pow :D
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