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Discussion in 'Movies & TV' started by Papa_s, Apr 12, 2020.
Mine is Ender’s Game. Hands down. You?
Mine is Your Name. It's a 2016 movie about the life of a city boy and a country girl. I'd tell more about the story but I feel like it would be detrimental to a person's first viewing experience. It's directed and written by Makoto Shinkai who has made a ton of amazing movies before it and since. The storyline is gripping, the pacing was never sluggish and every scene seemed to transition perfectly into another. The visuals are an exquisite explosion of colour and the animation is top notch.
The thing that carried it best was the soundtrack. Composed by RADWIMPS, the tracks definitely added a layer of emotion to the movie and without it, the movie would've definitely felt a little lackluster. Both the composers and director worked on a more recent movie titled Weathering With You, which I also recommend. It takes everything good with their first movie and cranks it up to 11.
I’ve heard great things about Your Name and recently started to watch it. It’s an amazing story and I’ve only just started. Since we’re in that category, have you watched any Hayao Miyazaki movies? My favourite would probably be spirited away (I love the music) or Totoro (because, I mean... it’s Totoro). There’s something about his movies that I just love — especially given what Disney has become these days...
I've watched a fair share of Miyazaki movies: Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, and The Wind Rises. It's been a few years since I watched those three but they're magical in their own specific way that I haven't seen from other movies and directors. Might be the soundtrack or artstyle I'm not sure, but they invoke that certain feeling of adventure as a child, at least for me.
I haven't watched his other famous works like Totoro, Kiki's Delivery Service and Princess Mononoke, but they're on my soon-to-watch list.
I think Disney is tailored to a much casual audience maybe? I haven't been keeping up with their releases so far.
The whole entertainment industry seems to be deteriorating in my opinion... Movies are just one example. It’s no longer about the craft or creating a beautiful story. All they care about is what will make money. It’s the same cheesy happy ending every time. That’s what I love about Miyazaki movies. He is passionate about what he does and strives to create something beautiful and meaningful.
Best movie I've ever watched is Avengers Infinity war. Because this movie is filled with thrilled and excitement and it's kind of make you move and stimulated specially during the battle in Wakanda when almost all of the characters in Marvels Cinematic Universe (MCU) came and joined the battle like, Wanda (Scarlet witch), Vision, Thor, Black Widow, Captain America (but not in his suite) and so much more. It also makes me cry and ask for justice especially at the end when Thor hits Thanos' chest and he was not dead but actually making the snap happened by using his finger after gaining the last stone which is the mind stone by easily picking and getting it up from Vision's forehead and destroying enormous lives in the universe.
I would say "Anger Management", when Jack Nicholson stops a car and makes Adam Sandler sing "I feel pretty" it is so hilarious, I can't help but laugh:
I feel pretty, oh so pretty...
I just laugh and laugh... It kind of an old movie, but oldies are always the best... Don't you agree?
Another good one is "Bruce Almighty", specially the butt monkey scene, anyone who saw that movies knows what I'm talking about...
My all time favorite film is Shawshank redemption. You will hear a lot about this film as this film is many peoples all time favorite. The film shows the story of Andy Duffrain who is a banker he was arrested on false accusations of murdering his wife. He spends 20 years in prison and film shows that part. Film has many beautiful dialogues. Mine favorite is. "Some birds aren't meant to be caged".
My all time favorite movie is "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days". While the concept seems strange at first, it honestly is the funniest movie I have ever watched! The soundtrack, story-line, and script are all amazing!
The best movie I have ever seen is actually one I viewed a few days ago. It's called Yesterday and was released in 2019. It's a sort of apocalyptic tale. Basically, the power goes out in the whole world for 12 seconds, and when it comes back on, everyone has forgotten who The Beatles are except for one singer and songwriter named Jack who was previously struggling in his music career, and he chooses to capitalize on it. It's a great blend of a comedy and romance movie and was really touching.
My favorite movie so far is “The Truman Show”. It has a very unique plot that leaves you staring at the end credits scene wanting for more. The movie tells a lot on how the media can manipulate the people my perfectly curating the things that will be seen on TV. Sadly enough, this show also displays that harsh reality that people will do anything for entertainment and money. It’s a brilliant movie! I highly recommend.
I'm kinda bothered by the question...I can't decide between so many movies. But if you would rather have my top 6 movies then I would suggest: Uncut Gems on spot 6, The silence of the lambs for spot 5, The Platform for spot 4, Django Unchained for spot 3, The Hateful Eight for spot 2, and Inception...(yeah I know) for top 1.
My best movie is the fast and furious series. Allover them are very good but the one which amazes me the most is the 7th series which was very interesting and filled with alot of fiction and vfx. The stunts were so good and the actors made it so realistic. I'm really waiting for the next coming in 2020 featuring John Cena
The best movie I've ever watched is definitely Coherence. It's a simple movie with a tiny budget, and it's an impressive storyline. Without giving away too much, since it would be great if you can watch it, the movie will make you question time itself and the character of a person. The acting was almost too good, it felt as if you were watching real friends and their behavior.
Papa_s has asked a very good question, and all the replies are also very well.
My favourite movie is 'The Exorcist'. This movie is released in 1973. It is directed by 'William Friedkin'. The story is written by 'William Peter Blatty'. The genre of this movie is horror. This is the best movie I have ever watched, and I love this movie.
An actress notices dangerous changes in the behavior and physical make-up of her 12-year-old daughter. Meanwhile, a young priest begins to doubt his faith while dealing with his mother's sickness.
The best movie that I have ever watched is Underworld: Rise of the Lycans. This movie has many parts (about 4 or 5) but this one is my favorite. This movie is about vampires and lycans (werewolves) trying to overpower each other. What I like about this movie is that it has so many plot twists and very interesting mysteries. It was thrilling, exciting, and suspenseful all at the same time! I recommend you to watch this because you will definitely never get bored while watching this movie. This movie does not only include fights and killings. It is also consist of romance, family, mysteries, and bravery.
The best movie I have ever watched is Avengers: Endgame. It is the sequel to Avengers: Infinity War, and it has left a major wow factor on most audiences. The film has many amazing visual and sound effects but what takes the cake is the gripping plot. I'm not going to explain it though because there might be some people who haven't watched the movie but let's just say it has something to do with time travel. The film also contains some plot twists which makes it worth watching even more.
The best movie I ever watched 3 idiots.This is amir khans film.I liked it a lot.