i like iron man, the last airbender, and salt.. actually i have a lot.. i love movies!.. XD
KataraBadyanu (Jan 26, 2011)
My favorite would have to be Alice in Wonderland, Avater, Final Fantasy, and Inception. I have a lot more but thts all i could think of right now.
A Soul Needs a Purpose to Live.- Gaara
Let the Right One In.
Seriously, it is the first film I can honestly say was perfect in every way. The subtle hints, the extreme overtones that leave you question life, the plot-twist that you never catch the first time around watching it. Then, when you figure it out you applaud the writers for going that far with the film. Plus,it is the first romance film I've seen that refused to say the word "love". Love was not in the entire script. At all.
Run, Lola, Run second favorite film. It was edgy, a great thriller and I loved the concept of time in the film. Not to mention that German techno was amazing. It may not have been a perfect film, but it was so goddamn fun to watch! xD
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harry potter 1-7
resident evil (all)
In general, costumes are the first thing in life that let other people know who we are. They indicate who the person is without saying anything. - Molly Parker
My favorite movie is The Nightmare Before Christmas!!!!!!
I freaking love all the DBZ movies. Especially the english subbed version of Movie 8, when they fought Brolly the legendary super sayain for the first time. IT was a bloody war and everyone got raped.
A "favorite" thread, started by someone below the "community member" rank, that is turning into a list thread...I shall tread lightly.
Thanks to the advent of Netflix, I've been able to experience a lot of different genres of film, with varying obscurity. My most recent favorites have all been foreign films, and the two best were "Stolen Life", and "Man Woman and the Wall". In the case of both films, my reasoning is pretty much the same. I enjoy romance films, and greatly appreciated the fact that these two films delivered outstandingly on that concept, while straying from all conventional means. These movies remained unpredictable throughout, and were also not light hearted or very sentimental as you would expect a romance to be; they were twisted and at times almost morbid...which makes for quite the refreshing and entertaining romance flick. In a genre where you usually see the same old same old, with a different coat of paint, "Stolen Life" and "Man Woman and the Wall" really made a strong and unique showing.