Your favorite film?

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  1. Meister121

    Meister121 Active Member

    Haha yeah. But in my opinion the wrong choice. Lord of the Rings is better : P. Actually I was never a big Star wars fan. I grew up with Harry Potter :heart:
  2. Meister121

    Meister121 Active Member

    Thats also one film I watched too haha. Well I didn't find it that bad. Of course this is not a film which can keep pace with the big movies and even less this is my genre and understanding of a good film but I wouldn't stamp it as the "worst movie".
    I agree with you that its maybe not the best film but not the worst ; ) ;D
  3. RScrub

    RScrub Active Member

    I thought everything in this movie was terrible: the acting, the plot, the effects. I have yet to find a movie as bad, although Rubber came pretty close.
  4. mrbigpinkfluffy

    mrbigpinkfluffy New Member

    May the force be ever in your favor, Mr. Potter. -Gandalf, (chronicles of BFG)
  5. Burgz

    Burgz Well-Known Member

    Must love watching movies... :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
  6. Meister121

    Meister121 Active Member

    Sadly I could never identify with the Fast&Furious series. Well I like the cars, crashes, stunts and special effects but for me it also could be a little bit more and deeper story. ^^
  7. Meister121

    Meister121 Active Member

    I am going to watch Deadpool today because of your recommendation. Looking forward to give u some feedback.
    Inception is of course a really good film, especially the ending gives u a little "brain fuck" like Interstellar.
    Also the Princess Bride is a film I have never seen before, also Robin Hood. Well I guess I saw Robin hood once but it was an old version. Dunno if I am going to watch it again. ^^ Maybe I am going to watch The Princess Bride. Thx for the advise.

    Edit: Just watched Deadpool. I am convinced, it is a really good film. I do not want to spoiler here thats why I am not telling any details but the way the film deals with humor is an own way. I think it is also important that the film doesn't take itself seriously. Also the allusions to other films/things is great.
    I don't know if u might had the same feeling but for me it was a little bit like the film was financed by crowdfunding or sth like this and everybody could add a little detail and that's what resulted out of it (but in no negativ way) and the doer/actor/... created a little symbiosis out of it. ^^ All in all it is worth a view.
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  8. elite.ire

    elite.ire Active Member

    haha, my bad, fixed the spelling :D thanks for pointing it out :)
    yea tbh i find it hard to get my head around these types of things, i read a little about the machine he built but only a little, seemed like the movie portrayed it as more of de-crypting machine rather than universal turning machine, but then again i'm not sure that the machine he built during the war to crack enigma was the universal turing machine. must try learn some more about it if i get the time :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
  9. Burgz

    Burgz Well-Known Member

    How deep would you want a movie line to be? :eek:
  10. Meister121

    Meister121 Active Member

    Of course the problem of movie lines is that they are more boring over time. But instead of just keeping the series because its a known series you should come to an end (Lords of the Rings, Harry Potter, ... for example).
    You can't define the exact deepness of a film or which film should have which depth. Also because it depends on the viewer himself. For me the story in F&F is not nearly as deep as it could or in my opinion also should be. (except the last movie maybe)
  11. Burgz

    Burgz Well-Known Member

    Fair point. :thumbsup:

    But then again, it's not easy for a series like the F&F to simply halt to an end and begin a new story line. I'd imagine that there would be a lot of controversial debates between the fans and producers.

    Thanks for sharing your opinion! :cool_:
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  12. Meister121

    Meister121 Active Member

    Yeah of course you are right. And I am not meaning that every single film should have its own story but you should find an end. Also series like "The Mentalist" which is one of my favorite series and breaking bad could find an end. That's what I think is good and necessary. If I see that the story line is not coming to an end I am a little bit disappointed.

    No problem. Thanks for asking and showing also the other side. :smile_:
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  13. Meister121

    Meister121 Active Member

    Just found one. You should definitely go for: Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters if you want too see a bad movie. But don't go for the uncut version ;D. I just watched this film in free TV but how this channel cut the film was unbelievable. Because of this cut the film didn't make any sense. Best scenes were cut out and i can't find any words for such a bad performance. I watched the other scenes online and with the cut out scenes it makes much more sense and is an acceptable film. But as I said if u watch the cut version it is the worst movie I have seen since a long long time. No charges to the maker of the film but to the guys who put this film in Free TV and cut it this way. I can't find any words or enough words to reveal my anger. -.-
  14. Burgz

    Burgz Well-Known Member

    All goods! :cool_:

    Always up for a good conversation... :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye_:
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  15. Any Will Ferrell movie. I love them simply because of how funny they are, because of how stupid they are (if that makes any sense).
  16. nagato7

    nagato7 Active Member

    Toy story, Incredibles, Finding Nemo, Shrek a lot of the animated movies were my favorites growing up.
  17. Motokill33

    Motokill33 Member

    I adore Lord of the Rings, but Begin Again gave me hope during a really hard breakup, and I love that one too.
  18. I love scary movies so my favorite is Ju-On: The Grudge! The Japanese version & not the American remake.
    I think this is one of the scariest movies I've seen! But I find ghosts/supernatural phenomena scarier than violent psychopaths.

    My favorite Batman movie would be Batman Returns (1992) haha.
  19. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    Hmmm, if I were to pick just one movie to be my favorite I think I'd still have to go with Aliens. (the second movie in the series) I've had a special place for that movie ever since I went to the Alien Wars in London a few times while I lived there. It totally changed the whole series for me.

    However, I'm far more into books than movies. So, quite often I'd rather sit and read than watch something on the screen. My imagination is far more entertaining than someone elses. lol :big_grin_:
  20. JTranAway

    JTranAway Member

    The Dark Knight and Mean Girls. 2 completely different movies haha
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