The Perfect Movie

Jeremy Bender

Platinum Member
Summertime- Jaws
Christmas- A Christmas Carol w/Patrick Stewart
War movie- In Harm's Way
Film Noir - The Maltese falcon
Sci Fi -The Day the Earth Stood Still (original)
Baseball - The Natural
Music- Orchestra Wives
 
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Juniper

Gold Member
The Empire Strikes Back
Blade Runner
Inception
Jaws
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Interstellar
JFK
The Goonies
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
ET

All of these films I can watch any time, or watch halfway through if I've stumbled across them on the TV.
 

PorkPieGuy

Platinum Member
For those of you into horror movies, you need to go watch Creep. It wasn't a big box office smash, and I don't even know if it was released into theaters. Mark Duplass is fantastic.

I think the reason the film resonated with me so much is that Duplass's character reminded me so much of a handful of people I have known throughout my life (most of them musicians no less). It's hands down one of my favorite horror movies ever made.

Here's the trailer:

 

beatdat

Senior Member
I think these three movies are pretty much flawless:

Apocalypse Now
No Country For Old Men
The Proposition
 

joombo

Junior Member
Lethal Weapon 4

Really enjoyed watching them all over the last few days. I hope they don't make number 5 as it will most likely be completely awful
 

rhumbagirl

Senior Member
Flight of the Phoenix - has that Johnny Cash song "I've Been Everywhere" at the beginning. Also has severe weather sounds that can put you to sleep, for those that use movies to fall asleep.
 

Benthedrummer

Junior Member
Finding Nemo!

The one movie I can watch over again.

Very Aussie seagulls with the whole....."mate, mate, mate" and the crabs with "Go on, git outta heeeeea"

We do actually talk like that.

I really pleased they didn't use the whole "throw a shrimp on the barby"......no one either does it or says that here. It's total bollocks.

But Heartbreak Ridge with Clint Eastwood is my go to movie.

When they had to ad lib the cadence in front of the military dignitaries was hilarious.
 
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Jeremy Bender

Platinum Member
Two I saw for the first time back over the holidays were: Dunkirk and "Darkest Hour" W. Churchill played by Gary Oldman. What a genius actor.
 

KamaK

Platinum Member
Watching Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
It occurred to me while watching it today, this movie is perfect. The story, characters, music, editing, the direction... all perfect.
I saw this film in theaters when it was released. Loved it.

I watched it again a few years ago. It's about a rotten teenager that lies to his parents, manipulates his friends for his own personal enjoyment, and treats his girlfriend like crap.
 
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