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What movies do you consider the greatest? 11 replies

TC2 said on: 2008-10-17 03:01 pm
3714 Days, 18 Hrs, 21 Min, 49 Sec ago
Anyone have a list of movies they consider exceptionally good?

For me it's Fight Club and Pulp Fiction. Plenty of other movies I enjoyed immensely like Scarface and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas but those two are my favorites I suppose.
Entity-Neo said on: 2008-10-17 03:27 pm
3714 Days, 17 Hrs, 55 Min, 22 Sec ago
pulp fiction easly.
Pulk said on: 2008-10-17 08:58 pm
3714 Days, 12 Hrs, 24 Min, 33 Sec ago
Forest Gump has always been my favorite movie.
WANNABE said on: 2008-10-21 03:38 am
3711 Days, 5 Hrs, 44 Min, 29 Sec ago
the sound of music
Sal said on: 2008-10-21 08:39 am
3711 Days, 43 Minutes, 43 Seconds ago
Cast Away
Fight Club
All the "Saw" Movies
and of course, my favorites ever: Rocky 1 through 6 except the 5th!
TC2 said on: 2008-10-21 03:27 pm
3710 Days, 17 Hrs, 55 Min, 41 Sec ago
I don't think the saw series is exceptionally good. Clever story though. I'll watch the fifth.
Sal said on: 2008-10-21 03:41 pm
3710 Days, 17 Hrs, 41 Min, 34 Sec ago
Saw is what made the latest horror movies show more of the gore scenes. I thank them. I was bored with the usual


Black screen
Girl Screaming
Fade in to next scene.

InuYasha said on: 2008-10-21 05:17 pm
3710 Days, 16 Hrs, 5 Min, 7 Sec ago
It takes more than gore to make a good horror movie.

Personally, I like 28 Weeks Later. Wouldn't say it's the best, but it was fun to watch.

Cranked is a good movie too. It has an interesting plot. Look into it sometime.
Sal said on: 2008-10-21 05:22 pm
3710 Days, 16 Hrs, 43 Sec ago
Horror Movies are supposed to be horrific.

Just like Thrillers and Suspense movies are supposed to keep you thrilled.

Gore is horrific, while "knowing that someone will get killed sooner or later" is thrilling.

I watch Horror movies expecting horror.
Rhunyc said on: 2008-10-21 05:31 pm
3710 Days, 15 Hrs, 51 Min, 12 Sec ago
It's tough, but I'd have to go with either Super Mario Bros. or Mortal Kombat II.
InuYasha said on: 2008-10-21 08:11 pm
3710 Days, 13 Hrs, 11 Min, 20 Sec ago
Psychological horror has more of an impact than straight up gore. When the two are combined properly the terror can be extremely compelling and leave people scared.

A good example of that would be the Nightmare on Elm Street movies. While they are somewhat laughable now they were pretty scray for their time; not just because of the grizzly deaths, but because of the psychology surrounding the fact that he would attack you in a place where you're totally vulnerable: your dreams.
Creativename said on: 2008-10-21 08:41 pm
3710 Days, 12 Hrs, 41 Min, 19 Sec ago

When it's thrown in your face fullscreen, out of nowhere, you'll jump. But you'd also jump if it was an image of a kitten. The sudden change is what your brain perceives as scary, not the image. You don't even have time to process the image by the time you've jumped.