Joined: 10-September 06
From: Lynchburg, VA
Member No.: 40,795
Raiders of the Lost Ark, without a doubt.
1) The beginning of one of the greatest characters in all of film history, Indiana Jones!!! 2) Legendary score courtesy of John Williams 3) Best action sequence of all time - The Truck Chase ("Truck? What truck?!") 4) Most exhilarating opening 10 minutes of any film, ever 5) Marion Ravenwood is win
Joined: 11-October 07
From: Colorado, USA
Member No.: 52,106
Hellboy, Dear Frankie, Phantom of the Opera (2004), Poltergeist, Call Northside 777, Monster House, Anastastia, Master and Commander, White Noise, Rear Window, Disturbia, The DaVinci Code, The Haunting (b&w version), The Sixth Sense, The Others, and a few others I can't remember.
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Joined: 19-February 06
From: Tumblr tbh
Member No.: 31,492
Anime Movies: Naruto 1 and 3 Fullmetal Alchemist and the Conquerer of Shambala Akira Tenchi Muyo 1, 2 and 3 InuYasha 2 Ghost in the Shell: Solid State Society Howl's Moving Castle Spirited Away Kiki's Delivery Service
Non-Anime Movies: Scary Movie 1-4 (Soon to be 1-5 XD) Date Movie Epic Movie Ginger Snaps, Ginger Snaps Unleashed, Ginger Snaps Back Shaun of the Dead It's a Wonderful Life Just Like Heaven Norbit
Joined: 4-January 09
From: Beyond The Gate
Member No.: 65,725
If this was 'Favourite Film' of the year, the Dark Knight would rightfully walk it, but for 'Film Of The Year'? The Dark Knight was an enjoyable film, but not a great film.
I've chosen a film which I have not stopped talking about since I watched it; Slumdog Millionaire. And to quote myself; "When I first heard Danny Boyle, the director of Trainspotting, 28 Days Later and Sunshine among others, was attached to direct a Romantic Drama set within the deep confines of Indian culture and society, I laughed. However it’s Boyle who is having the last laugh, as he has created a chilling, yet warm, frightening, yet uplifting film that touches upon pretty much every human emotional response available, but will definitely leave you exiting the cinema with one feeling fresh in your mind and your gut; that you have seen something special."
Joined: 6-March 09
From: Contingency Operating Base Q-West, Northern Iraq
Member No.: 66,992
Bubba Ho-tep Ocean's 11 and 13 Battle Royale Hamburger Hill Lord of War Reservoir Dogs Requiem for a Dream Swimming with Sharks Paradise Lost The Breakfast Club The Patriot Boondock Saints Natural Born Killers All of Kevin Smith's movies Snatch Four Brothers My Cousin Vinny Rules of Engagement
Joined: 4-January 09
From: Brazil! :D
Member No.: 65,737
Lord of the Rings (all) Harry Potter (all) The Holiday. Made of Honor The White Chicks. Legally Blonde. Wall-e Pirates of Caribean (all) X-men (all) All Bleach Movies Da vinci Code (I'm waiting for Angels and Demons too!) Star Wars (all) The Godfather (Just 1 and 2) Twilight *-* All Naruto movies