Jowl;30262:1. Star Wars2. The Empire Strikes back3. Return of the JediAnyone who disagrees with be force choked and / or cut in half ������
woz;30263:That's a deal then, it would be preferable to having to watch them...(HaHa - Sorry that was uncalled for - I just don't get Star Wars)
Jowl;30264:I find youe lack of faith disturbing....:D
Jon1;30306:Yes "dark" is one way to describe it. Without going into details as im sure some would be horrified. But is it a true story, i always feel it must be afterall new york state have denied it ever happened.
Jowl;30262:1. Star Wars 2. The Empire Strikes back 3. Return of the Jedi Anyone who disagrees with be force choked and / or cut in half
Nataly;30452:;)) for anyone who doesn't know Vader, that probs sounds pretty scary.... I have the same issue as @David j - my 'favourites' change all the time.Think mine would be (for now...)1) The Return of the King (or any LOTR, really). I went through a phase when I watched this at least once a month. Great memories of doing a LOTR marathon with friends, watching (extended edition) all three films in one go - that was about 11 1/2 hours. :rolleyes:2) A Knight's Tale - I don't want to even think how many times I've watched this film. A great one for when you want to smile and not take the world too seriously - and of course starring the late Heath Ledger 3) A Beautiful Mind. Straight up amazing acting, only watch it one in a while so it doesn't lose the magic. There are a tonne of films I've seen a ridiculous number of times though - mostly silly ones, like Anchorman, Zoolander and any romcom you can think of. The films my friends and I always go back to :rolleyes:Interesting to see some Star Wars vs Star Trek film favourites appear...
woz;30585:You’ll probably enjoy The Fisher King and Cinema Paradiso.
Nataly;30597:Funny you should say that... Ho studiato 'Cinema Paradiso' all'università (come parte della mia laurea in lingue straniere). Quindi buona raccomandazione @woz! ;)If you're a fan of foreign language films I'd also really recommend Pan's Labyrinth (Spanish). I find it quite creepy to this day but it's a great tale. (not a film) but I also really recommend Money Heist (also known as La Casa De Papel) on Netflix - amazing, clever show with more twists and turns than imaginable!
Angelabikerbabe;30625:1) Dracula with Gary Old man2) Dracula Untold with Luke Evans3) Dracula 2000 with Gerard Butler. I think there's a theme going here!I have so many favourite films it's hard to name only 3, but any vampire film I love. :p
woz;30632:Dracula Dead and Loving It, as long as you don't take your vampires too seriously 2240
Angelabikerbabe;30627:A Knights Tale @Nataly, what a fantastic film with a great soundtrack! I could watch this over and over
Nataly;30779:Yes amazing soundtrack! Have seen it so many times.. my favourite scene is when they do a dance to Bowie. Silly and always makes me smile. Bit of a vampire fan then! Did you see What We Do in the Shadows? (and did you like it?) they've just made it into a TV series too.
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