What are you top 10 Favorite movies of all time?

Well These Are Some of My Favortie Films Not in Any Particular Order I Love Them Equally:

1) City of God-A Great movie about Black Brazillans and poverty in Rio De Janerio http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317248/

2)Children of Men-This is my favorite movie about the end of the world. I notice new things everytime I watch it. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0206634/

3) Kill Bill Vol.1-My favorite Tarantino Movie that features soem of my favorite actresses http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0266697/

4)Battle Royale-One of the most disturbing movies I've seen it involves high school kids killing there classmates on a desert island. Only one will survive.http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0266308/

5)Neo Ned-A story about a White Neo-Nazi teen who falls in love with a Black women and they are both in a mental institution. It reminds me a little of Monster's Ball but much better. Gabrielle Union is in it. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0364556/

6)Forest Gump-I learned about all the ways to make shrimp. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0109830/

7)Requim For A Dream-One word, Intense.http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0180093/

8)Howl's Moving Castle-Very beautiful movie http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0347149/

9)Spirited Away-Alice in Wonderland turned Anime/Japanese. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0245429/

10)Akira-Cool Azz Movie with a Bad Azz Poster-http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094625/

Honorable Mentions:

-The Lion King

-Raising Victor Vargas

-Grave of Fireflies-

-Princess Mononoke-

-The Seven Samurai


Just Nae.-Yeah his name was David Carriadine. I'm so sad that he died.

Update 2:

Rolex-It was about Black Brazillains most are the characters are Black. I read the book also, this is based on a true story and the book goes on in-depth about the Black Brazillains and how badly they are treated in Brazil.

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  • 1 decade ago
    Favourite answer

    1. Va, Vis et Deviens. Best movie ever, so real it didn't feel like a movie. It's a movie about an Ethiopian boy whose mother made him leave their refuge camp and pose as a Jewish Ethiopian woman's son so he would have a better life in Israel. He begins to truly become Jewish, spiritually, and his secret is a burden to him as he makes friends and becomes close to his adoptive family. He dreams of the day where he can help his people and see his mother again. Incredibly touching movie.

    2. The Constant Gardner. Quayle, a shy, low-rung British diplomat and horticultural lobbyist posted in Kenya, is one to avoid making a fuss until he learns that his wife was found dead on the veldt. As the mystery surrounding his wife's death unfolds, the quiet and self-effacing Quayle is radicalised in his determination to get to the bottom of his wife's murder. He is soon running up against a drug corporation exercising its power to both ignore the easily treated diseases of the third world and use Africa's "disposable" population for unofficial research and development.

    3. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. It's about the life of a man who seems to physically grow younger as he ages. He was born looking like a tiny ancient person and becomes a baby at the end. It was so imaginative, a truly entertaining and perfect cinematic experience.

    4. Deeply. Although Kirsten Dunst's accent was laughable, it was still a good movie. Deeply is the story of a traumatized teenager, Claire McKay (played by Julia Brendler), who is brought to an Island off the coast of Nova Scotia in the hopes that she will recover from the sudden death of her first love. Claire encounters an eccentric writer, Celia (Lynn Redgrave), who tells her the story of another grief-stricken teenager, Silly (Kirsten Dunst), and the curse which has haunted the Island since the days of the Vikings.

    5. Pan's Labyrinth. I love imaginative movies like these. The concepts of the creatures were just beautiful and the music is enchanting, especially the lullaby."Pan's Labyrinth" is the story of a young girl who travels with her pregnant mother to live with her mother's new husband in a rural area up North in Spain, 1944, after Franco's victory. The girl lives in an imaginary world of her own creation and faces the real world with much chagrin. Fascist repression during the first years of Franco's dictatorship is at its height in rural Spain and the girl must come to terms with that through a fable of her own.

    6. Golden Compass. A great movie that has made me a fan of Chris Weitz. The story concerns Lyra, an orphan living in a fantastical parallel universe in which a dogmatic theocracy called the Magisterium threatens to dominate the world. When Lyra's friend is kidnapped, she travels to the far North in an attempt to rescue him and rejoin her uncle.

    7. Coraline. A young girl walks through a secret door in her new home and discovers an alternate version of her life. On the surface, this parallel reality is eerily similar to her real life - only much better. But when her adventure turns dangerous, and her counterfeit parents (including Other Mother) try to keep her forever, Coraline must count on her resourcefulness, determination, and bravery to get back home - and save her family.

    8. Pocahontas. A wonderful classic.

    9. Lion King. I love it because of its story, music, animation, and the characters.

    10. Castle In the Sky. A young boy stumbles into a mysterious girl who floats down from the sky. The girl, Sheet, was chased by pirates, army and government secret agents. In saving her life, they begin a high flying adventure that goes through all sorts of flying machine, eventually searching for Sheet's identity in a floating castle of a lost civilization.

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  • Alex
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    1 decade ago

    Not In any Particular Order:

    Talladega Nights

    Across The Universe

    All Monty Python Movies

    All Pirates of The Carribean

    Pride and Prejudice(with Keira Knightly)

    Alice in Wonderland

    The Lion King

    V For Vendetta

    The Shining

    The Exorcist

    Three Extra:


    Knocked Up

    40-Year Old Virgin

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  • 1 decade ago

    No Favorite Order:

    The Family Man (2000)

    Crash (2004)

    Down To Earth

    Save the Last Dance (2001)

    Antwone Fisher (2002)

    Titanic (1997)

    Pearl Harbor (2001)

    City of Angels (1998)

    Grandma's Boy (2006)

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  • 1 decade ago

    1. Matilda

    2. Enough

    3. Love & Basketball

    4. Friday

    5. Friday After Next

    6. Boys in the Hood

    7. Dance Flick

    8. White Chicks

    9. Napolen Dynamite

    10. Earth

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  • 1 decade ago

    1. V for Vendetta

    2. Natural Born Killers

    3. Dawn of the Dead (original)

    4. Return of the Living Dead

    5. Army of Darkness

    6. Texas Chainsaw Massacre (original)

    7. The Jerk

    8. Clerks

    9. Freddy Vs. Jason

    10. School of Rock

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago


    Pan's Labyrinth

    Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

    Finding Nemo

    Rear Window

    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    There Will Be Blood

    Little Miss Sunshine

    Pulp Fiction

    Shaun of the Dead

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  • Sakal
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    1 decade ago

    Fist of Fury


    Nutty Professor


    Happy Feet

    Seven pounds

    10 Things I hate about you

    School Daze

    The Color Purple

    Meet Joe Black*

    Honorable Mention

    The Wiz

    Purple Rain

    Every Tyler Perry Movie

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  • 1 decade ago

    In no particular order:

    The Goonies

    The Usual Suspects

    Stand By Me




    Interview with the Vampire

    I'm Gonna Git You Sucka

    Big Trouble in Little China

    Ferris Bueller's Day Off

    Source(s): Neo Ned sounds interesting, especially since Gabby's character thinks she's the reincarnation of Hitler lol! I'm going to rent it.
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  • 1 decade ago

    1. Band of Angels...Clark Gable and Yvonne Decarlo....about a plantation owner and his freed slaves. Also stars Sidney Poiter.

    2. The Departed....Mark Wahlburg, Alec Baldwin, Martin Sheen, Leonard DiCaprio. About a corrupt police officer and the mob he's secretly a part of.

    3. The Warriors....after something goes wrong at a big meeting....9 members of a gang have to try & get back to Coney Island with the whole city looking for them.

    4. Bachelor Party...starring Tom Hanks & Adrian Zmed.......guys plan a party for their friend. Enough said.

    5. Floyd....a nerd who is really cool.....and everything that goes on in his life.

    6. Set It Off...starring Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett-Smith. A group of friends who try their hand at robbing banks.

    7. Star Trek- The Wrath of Khan....William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy & Recardo Montelban. The best one out of the bunch.

    8. Brigadoon starring Gene Kelly, Cyd Charise & Van Johnson....a guy falls in love with an Irish lass who lives in a town that doesn't exist.

    9. The Color Purple starring....Whoopi Goldberg, Oprah Winfrey (Ah loves me mah Harpo...truly I dos), Danny Glover. Story of an attractive woman's survival.

    10. Who's That Girl...starring Madonna & Griffin Dunne. One of the best horriblest movies ever made.

    Oh...and Chaplin....with Robert Downey Jr. at his best.

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  • 1 decade ago

    10 Taken

    9 Bourne Supremacy

    8 Fast and the Furious

    7 Drag me to Hell

    6 Friday the 13th

    5 Freddy vs Jason

    4 Transformers

    3 Camp Lazlo

    2 Terminator Salvation

    1 Disturbia

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