What's your favorite movie(s)?

vanitas

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There are so many, but I'll name a few:
Let the Right One In
Lost in Translation
Drive
The Prime of Miss Jean Brody
And for a good dose of nostalgia, A Little Princess (Alfonso Cuaron, not Shirley Temple)
Massive yes to The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. I love that story. I tried a couple more of the author's books too and they were excellent. Don't know if you've seen it but if not, Picnic at Hanging Rock is a great film (and book) and although it's a completely different story to Miss Jean Brodie, for me they go quite well together, not sure why! Anyway, thought I'd mention it in case it was your cup of tea :)

I love sherlock holmes movies :luv:
Slumdog millionaire
For the lattest movies i love gone girl and birdman
Guy Ritchie Sherlock? His is my favourite interpretation of Holmes and Watson, they're good fun :) And Gone Girl is great too - must get round to watching Birdman, it looks great.

For me:
RocknRolla
The Bourne Trilogy
The Usual Suspects
 

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@vanitas Thank you for the suggestion! I will definitely check out Picnic at Hanging Rock (both the movie and the novel)!
 

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THREE? oh dear...i could go on for pages

1. citizen kane
2. good will hunting
3. dead poets society
 

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pulp fiction, spirited away, the big lebowski, american beauty, inglorious bastards, amélie, the godfather (I & II), annie hall....

caan't choose :hyper:
but on a sidenote is it terrible that i semi-judge people i meet if their top movie choices are candyfloss
 

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Ooh I am the person who've seen ridiculously few movies :/// although I'm trying to improve that, so this thread will be really useful for me for future reference ;)
I love finance-related movies, particularly Inside Job (which is more of a documentary), it shows the 'ugly' side of the industry so well I find it absolutely hilarious :lol: (maybe there is something wrong with my sense of humour...) but also Margin Call :luvluv: I can't help it, I just love the industry and how shameless it is, I am a terrible person ;)
I also adore period dramas.