Movies?


#1

What are some movies you think everyone should see at some point?


#2

Star Wars. Definitely. (The original trilogy, The Force Awakens is not classic star wars.)


#3

A Boy and His Dog


#4

The Breakfast Club.


(InvaderDust) #5

Fight Club
The Nines
Waking Life
What the Bleep do we Know (down the rabbit hole)
Rules of Attraction
Swordfish


#6

^yes!

The Gods Must Be Crazy


#7

^yes!

Cape Fear (De Niro remake)


#8

For some stuff in the comedy genre

Blazing Saddles
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
The Producers (original one, not the remake)


#9

Stand by me defiantly.


#10

Stand by me defiantly.
^^^^^^^ really?!? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#11

To Kill A Mockingbird

O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Tombstone

The Book Thief

I’ll stop with these, I have many others.

(No wait, I should include “Raiders of the Lost Ark”.)


(InvaderDust) #12

Hot Rod
Kung Fu Hustle
Walk Hard
Without a Paddle
Half Baked (classic)
Spaceballs


(The Yo mast3r) #13

Robocop (The original)
Forrest Gump
Star Wars VII
Big Hero 6


#14

It’s a tough one cause everyone has different tastes and interests. Maybe

The Hairdresser’s Husband


(InvaderDust) #15

imm put this one again, also by itself. Its an underrated one for sure.

The Nines


(major_seventh) #16

Just watched the original '71 Willie Wonka at my local theatre.

So inspired. :slight_smile:


(Matty#14) #17

Drive- Nicolas Winding Refn
Only God Forgives- Nicolas Winding Refn
Valhalla Rising- Nicolas Winding Refn

Taxi Driver- Martin Scorsese

Tree of Life- Terrance Malick
Knight of Cups- Terrance Malick
Badlands- Terrance Malick

Blue Ruin- Jeremy Saulnier
Blade Runner- Ridley Scott
Upstream Color- Shane Carruth

The Shining - Stanley Kubrick
Eyes Wide Shut- Stanley Kubrick
Paths of Glory- Stanley Kubrick

The Holy Mountain- Alejandro Jodorowsky
El Topo- Alejandro Jodorowsky

Apocalypse Now- Francis Ford Coppola
The Conversation- Francis Ford Coppola

The Conformist- Bernardo Bertolucci (Primarily for Vittrio Storaro’s cinematography, probably the best cinematography of all time)
The 400 Blows- François Truffaut

Mulholland Drive - David Lynch
Eraserhead- David Lynch


#18

Princess Bride

Pulp Fiction

Forrest Gump

Nacho Libre (i loved it)


(major_seventh) #19

Off the top of my head in 10 seconds…

The Godfather
Matrix
Saving Private Ryan
Tombstone


#20

Hell or High Water

I just saw it and it should be in theaters for a little while longer. It was a great movie, probably the best one I’ve seen in 2016 and I haven’t heard many people talk about it yet.

If you see it let me know what you think!