What's your favorite movie?
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@seeker, a semi-spoiler notice would have been nice but it sounds like an awesome movie. I’ll definitely check it out sometime this week!
@hjgalaini, that’s an AWESOME movie! That’s one of my favorite Jack Nicholson films, right below The Shining of course.
@0negative, Inception is definitely in my top 5 movies of all time. It’s so ridiculous good! Haha. Most people don’t really understand how great it is though, I didn’t either until I watched this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ginQNMiRu2w&list=WLBD2C3DB7441DBDC4&index=16&feature=plpp_video
I highly recommend watching this if your a fan.
@yoinkie, Those all are movies I LOVE!! Haha. And A Clockwork Orange, There are no words for how great that movie is. I love how timeless it is and I can watch it a thousand times over and never get sick of it! That’s another big movie that’s in my top 5.
@kkylekittell24, that sounds like an amazing film! I’ll definitely check it out this week. I don’t know much about the conflict, but what better way to start learning about it than with an awesome film? Haha.
@superperfundo, Backdraft is my favorite movie from my childhood
My favorite current movie would have to be the last waltz, but thats more of a concert
the Lincoln lawyer is the best movie I have seen recently, also the rainmaker, a john grisham book, is one of my all time favs
Across the Universe is a new suggestion, I downloaded it a couple days ago. Whats funny is I also downloaded wonderlust, a movie about a commune, the day before I stumbled upon this site, and jordan’s plan to change the world.
check out my profile if you want to see which are my favorites; but the most recent awesome movie that i saw was “The incredible shrinking man” it`s about a guy who starts shrinking, eventually reaching the size of a thumb and gets stuck in his basement and in an attempt to get some food he starts an epic battle with a tarantula (while he is still in his basement) and after he kills it he reaches satori, which is ultimate enlightenment. The movie ends with a beautiful monologue in which he recognizes his interconnectedness with the cosmos.
@superperfundo, It is a bit long, divided into two parts. It is on Netflix if you have that.
@napathy, Im reading into the wild right now! That man was a different dude to say the least, and that is why I love it! ~ Might be a little too enthusiastic with those two exclamation points, haha, but really though, it is a good book.