Favorite Movie?

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Postby loulouroos » 19 Mar 2014 04:27

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Re: Favorite Movie?

Postby Snaggle » 19 Mar 2014 10:28

Classic Movies: The Prince of Foxes (Tyrone Powers);Out of the Past (Robert Michum); Casablanca (Humphrey Bogart);Veracruz (Gary Cooper).

Old Movies: Flesh and Blood (Rugar Howard); The Princess Bride; Ice Castles; Home Alone; Dracula 2000.

Recent Movies: Sherlock Holms; V for Vendetta; Constantine; Dragged to Hell (attraction to the actress only ;) ) G.I. Joe (the Baroness was so hot :D); Kill Bill.
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Re: Favorite Movie?

Postby HAGART » 20 Mar 2014 02:07

I like animations, (which most disregard as childish), but like Princess Monoke, they can be more 'adult', with deeper issues.

The other day I saw, The Iron Giant. Good movie. It seems childish, but it's actually very poignant with philosophical themes of self identity. And, again, the bad guys are always the ones in 'power'. :evil:


And as for Snaggle's contribution. I should watch V For Vendetta again. It's on my list of movies to watch again! :D
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Re: Favorite Movie?

Postby Snaggle » 21 Mar 2014 05:54

HAGART wrote:I like animations, (which most disregard as childish), but like Princess Monoke, they can be more 'adult', with deeper issues.

The other day I saw, The Iron Giant. Good movie. It seems childish, but it's actually very poignant with philosophical themes of self identity. And, again, the bad guys are always the ones in 'power'. :evil:


And as for Snaggle's contribution. I should watch V For Vendetta again. It's on my list of movies to watch again! :D


Hagart everyone who likes art and also even draws likes anime and cartoons - I don't think there's anything rare in that. Horror and Scifi fans, also, are almost all anime fans.

As for those in power being always bad guys, we live in essentially all evil world, were almost everyone is tainted with some form of evil. Politicians and those running them behind the scenes are always evil, the only question is how many forms of evil do they combine and what other viscous qualities do they combine with their evil.

Even for ordinary people it's hard to become good and to remain uncorrupted by evil, as we are living in "an assylum for the criminally insane". The majority lack both the intelligence and rationality to discover what good and evil are. They remain determined by their personalities, by the morality (the values of the culture they were raised in), by the new "Politically Correct" morality that the government and those behind it are pushing as morality for the moment; religious morals, which like the Politically Correct kind are pseudo moralities just trying to become the new replacement morality. None of these moralities are of any value in finding good and evil - dung contains little gold, at best they provide seductive tests to build character through.
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Re: Favorite Movie?

Postby nawick » 08 Aug 2014 01:28

I love a lot of movies. But my top 5 for the next 7 minutes are:

Fight Club
Snatch
Payback
Dogma
Men In Black

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Re: Favorite Movie?

Postby Jackson » 19 Aug 2014 16:54

Some movies I like;
Men in Black 3
Terminator
Brave Heart
Alien
The Lego Movie

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Re: Favorite Movie?

Postby Summerlander » 20 Aug 2014 02:32

Mrs Doubtfire
Dead Poets society
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