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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Eufloria, Jun 20, 2012.
What is the movie that impressed you the most? Was is a drama or action movie or thriller?
For me an action movie impressed me most, but still it depends on the effects of the movie.
my most watched film so i suppose you could say the most impressed was The Shawshank Redemption,excellent film.
I don't know which site to download free movie on my iPad 2
Gosh there's several.. For the overall "that was SOOO cool" category: Armageddon, the Lord of the Rings, and the Avengers. In the "that was amazing, what the heck just happened?" category: the Mystery of Rampo (a Japanese-language film available thru the mail by Netflix, I believe), in the "I really liked it but don't want anyone to know because I'm a guy" category: Ever After (the Dru Barrymore flick), Pride and Prejudice (Kiera Knightly), my big, fat, Greek, wedding, and While You Were Sleeping.
2001: A Space Odyssey. I still watch it and marvel that this was achieved in 1968.
Also rans: Bladerunner, Lord of the Rings, Casino.
Loads more but these are the ones I will keep coming back to.
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Agree, it's a great film. Think recently it has been voted as No. 1 in the 100 best-loved films ever.
It was "Bambi" for me when I was little. It hit my stomach with a sledge-hammer then. Now, a lifetime later, still does. Animals dying turn on my taps every time.
Almost up with that is "Dersu Uzala", a Russian-Japanese-made film (Kurosawa) set in furthest Siberia. It ticks every box you could think of. We bought a copy on VCR which we can't play any more... :-(
(Just seen it's now available on DVD. I'm off to order one. Wiki describes the film if anyone is interested.)
Cool Hand Luke
Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
The Longest Day
2001 A Space Odyssey
A L I E N
Terminator Judgement Day
We Were Soldiers
All of the above are high on my repeat viewing index.
While it doesn't qualify as a motion picture, of all video viewing in my lifetime, "Band of Brothers" has left a deep impression. I've watched the series twice and am about to begin a third viewing.
Never seen any of BofBs but this makes me want to. The music is very familiar & just swoony.
Yes to ALIEN but I never could get the popularity of 2001 Space Odyssey. What the heck did I miss about it?