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I'm not great with movies, don't really watch that many, but:

 

Batman Begins

The Dark Knight (The Dark Knight Rises was..can't say it was too bad, but meh)

(Inception(Inception(Inception)

Indiana Jones I and II

The Spy Who Loved Me

Goldfinger

FINDING NEMO!!!! (OMG FINDING NEMO 3D!!!!!!!)

Toy Story I and II

The Simpsons Movie

Jaws

Pirates of The Carribean I and II

Rocky

Terminator 2 (BEAST)

Public Enemies

Die Hard

Back to the Future

Saving Private Ryan

Forrest Gump

Cast Away

Fast Five (was surprised how much better it was than the other 4 meh F&F movies)

Men in Black I

 

Need to rewatch LOTR, did not have attention span at time to watch entire thing. Same with E.T. And the Bourne Films

I'm very bad with scary movies, I get scared extremely easily.

So many movies I need to see...

 

 

 

 

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Re: Popcorn & Sofa!

Sep 7, 2012

duke_of_platypus wrote:

 I get scared extremely easily.


I don't get scared very easily from movies, and I used to be a pretty huge fan of horror films.

The two that left me shaking at the end are the first Paranormal Activity and The Blair Witch Project. I found those two movies to be terrifyingly scary.

The second and third Paranormal Activities didn't scare me one bit, but the first was something else. Definitely the creepiest movie I've ever seen.

The Excorist is a movie I am just too scared to see, as wimpy as that sounds. It looks like it would be interesting to watch, but I can't bring myself to do so...

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Re: Popcorn & Sofa!

Sep 7, 2012

IEATLILKITTENS wrote:
The second and third Paranormal Activities didn't scare me one bit, but the first was something else. Definitely the creepiest movie I've ever seen.
The Excorist is a movie I am just too scared to see, as wimpy as that sounds. It looks like it would be interesting to watch, but I can't bring myself to do so...

 

You should see The Exorcist and see if your "creepiest movie ever seen" opinion changes. Smiley Wink

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Da_Almighty_Guy wrote:

IEATLILKITTENS wrote:
The second and third Paranormal Activities didn't scare me one bit, but the first was something else. Definitely the creepiest movie I've ever seen.
The Excorist is a movie I am just too scared to see, as wimpy as that sounds. It looks like it would be interesting to watch, but I can't bring myself to do so...

 

You should see The Exorcist and see if your "creepiest movie ever seen" opinion changes. Smiley Wink


It would change, which is why I've always been so hesitant to see it! Smiley Very Happy

But, honestly, I'll probably rent it someday when I have nothing else to do, just to see for myself how creepy it really is.

Perhaps I should stock up on adult diapers before I watch it?

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Re: Popcorn & Sofa!

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IEATLILKITTENS wrote:

duke_of_platypus wrote:

 I get scared extremely easily.


I don't get scared very easily from movies, and I used to be a pretty huge fan of horror films.

The two that left me shaking at the end are the first Paranormal Activity and The Blair Witch Project. I found those two movies to be terrifyingly scary.

The second and third Paranormal Activities didn't scare me one bit, but the first was something else. Definitely the creepiest movie I've ever seen.

The Excorist is a movie I am just too scared to see, as wimpy as that sounds. It looks like it would be interesting to watch, but I can't bring myself to do so...


Wimpy? Nah

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Re: The "Favorite Movies" Thread

Sep 9, 2012

No country for old man

Drive

The dark knight trilogy

The Shawshank redemption

Saving private Ryan

The lord of the rings trilogy

Se7en

Inception

Shutter Island

Spirited away

Léon

A Beautiful Mind

A separation (Jodaeiye Nader az Simin)

 

Great movies Smiley Happy

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Re: The "Favorite Movies" Thread

Sep 9, 2012

Just watched American Pie for the first time...new favorite movie Smiley LOL

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Re: The "Favorite Movies" Thread

Sep 9, 2012

IEATLILKITTENS wrote:

Just watched American Pie for the first time...new favorite movie Smiley LOL


 

You've been missing out. Smiley Wink

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Re: The "Favorite Movies" Thread

Sep 9, 2012

Basically any Quentin Tarantino or Robert Rodriguez movie is gold.

Pulp Fiction
Desperados
Machete
Reservoir Dogs

Etc..

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Re: The "Favorite Movies" Thread

Sep 9, 2012

Holy ****, this thread still exists. Did not expect that...

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