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What movies should I rent tonight, in other words, what are your favorite movies?

Asked by pplufthesun (607points) June 9th, 2008

What movies should I rent tonight, in other words, what are your favorite movies?

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emt333's avatar

City of God

trickface's avatar

The Killing Of Jesse James By The Cowardly Robert Ford.

2007

babygalll's avatar

Untraceable.

Wine3213's avatar

Harlem Nights
Coming to America
Just to name a few. What kind of mood are you in?

Stocky's avatar

American Gangster and The Brave One were some good ones I saw lately

Mrs_Dr_Frank_N_Furter's avatar

Rocky Horror Picture Show
Clue
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
The Shadow (with Alec Baldwin)
Scary Movie 2
Charlie’s Angels (the original with Tim Curry(not just because it has him…partly but it is
also really good))
Addam’s Family Reunion
Muppet Treasure Island
Sweeney Todd

Just a couple to start you off.

elchoopanebre's avatar

A few of my favorites are:

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Heat
K-pax
V for Vendetta
Apocalypto
Fight Club

cheebdragon's avatar

reign over me

ladytmerie's avatar

The Devils Backbone.

Gigi's avatar

I just watched Freedom Writers. I loved it. It was a hopeful and true story.

pplufthesun's avatar

@PupnTaco: I wanted moves that people had recently watched, or that are good for the home theater medium.

arnbev959's avatar

American Beauty

sndfreQ's avatar

@pplufthesun: you can specify that ^^ in your details and question next time.

Stocky's avatar

XMEN: Last Stand, sounded incredible on my sound system

Allie's avatar

Sooo.. I like movies:
across the universe, dick, wedding crashers, blood diamond, crank, the departed, the darjeeling limited, v for vendetta, babel, the gaurdian, everything is illuminated, the nightmare before christmas, vincent, shawn of the dead, disturbia, the mothman prophecies, frankenweenie, god of war, gangs of new york, big fish, edward scissorhands, donnie darko, rat race, halloween(s), friday the 13th(s), the butterfly effect, clue, storm of the century, the green mile, boondock saints, monty python, cool runnings, elf, anchorman, old school, 40 year old virgin, dazed and confused, children of men, alpha dog, juno, no country for old men, there will be blood

thebeadholder's avatar

Recent ones I have rented: Into the Wild…hard to watch at times but such a GREAT message. It was the only movie I have ever seen that actually took my breath away (and everyone’s in the theater). Once, Juno, The Waitress…all FABULOUS movies! I recently watched Frida (like a painting come to life) and Whale Rider again. If you haven’t seen any of these, I highly recommend them.

Allie's avatar

thebeadholder: Yes, Into the Wild was a great movie.
I also liked Lords of Dogtown. I thought it was going to be a dumb skateboarding movie, but it was surprisingly good. =] I’d like to say thanks to my friend, Ben, for having me watch it/watching it with me.

thebeadholder's avatar

@ allie: Sorry if you were waiting for me. I got sidetracked (crying baby). One of my favorites is Big Fish! I LOVED Lords of Dogtown also (another one with Emile Hirsch and the late and great, Heath Ledger). Speaking of Heath…10 Things I Hate About You! Another good one to rent that I loved is Ghost World. While I am on the Emile kick, I really enjoyed Speedracer.

TheHaight's avatar

Crash, Friday, Menace to Society, Fast times at Ridgemont High, Garden State, Half Baked, Old School, Enchanted (don’t make fun of me I LOVE that movie), The Devil Wears Prada, Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink, My Fair Lady, Any Adam Sandler movie, Lost In Translation, A Lot Like Love, Half Baked, Zoolander, Anchorman, Donnie Darko, and more! I gotta go back to work!

kelly's avatar

go for some classics of the thirties or forties.

sndfreQ's avatar

The Lives of Others was a pretty amazing film.

arnbev959's avatar

I saw The Matrix for the first time today. Really cool.

Trustinglife's avatar

Make sure to watch Matrix 2 and 3 then! And boy, if you get into it, or you’re a Matrix fan, I have to recommend The Ultimate Matrix Collection.

There is this commentary on it – by Ken Wilber and Cornel West – talking on all aspects of the film. I had seen the films many times but learned so much by listening to the commentary! Well worth it.

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