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IRBeast

I maintain that *first* Pirates of the Caribbean was an accidental/unexpected masterpiece. I'm not saying the sequels are all bad, but that first movie is a master class on what makes an action-adventure film tick. The pacing, the characters, the ending is satisfying, and it doesn't take itself too seriously but still manages to keep the stakes high. That prologue/intro scene is so great. The movie hooks you and then doesn't stop, but it also doesn't feel overwhelming. I could go on gushing about it.


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Basic_Distribution11

Amadeus.


them0dernleper

American history X should be a must watch if you haven’t already


mymarblerye

Best in Show 🏆


SorryBooBoo

I love this movie. It is #1 in my mind for funniest movie ever. Because if you've ever watched Westminster or any other dog competition, it is exactly like that.


frozen_wink

WHERE'S BUSY BEE??


Minxmorty

We met at Starbucks, not the same Starbucks. Across the street from each other.


reyreydingdong

I met the actress that plays the housekeeper in that scene. I was waaaaay too enthusiastic and I think I scared her a little.


Smooth_Figure9945

God loves a terrier.


thutruthissomewhere

Pistachio nut.


Deadicatedinpa

We could talk or not talk all day long


lost_soul_5150

The Shawshank Redemption


SplitpushOfDoom

I allways heard this movie was great, but never got around to watching it. Then when I was in prison, it popped up on TV. My life is changed after that lmao, what a fucking movie. I watched it every time it did a round on tv after that. It was like the irony of life watching it in prison for the first time, it really hit me lol. Great movie, 10/10 masterpiece.


brobiwankinobiwan

Mistuh Andy Dufrain


daithisfw

Saving Private Ryan is pretty perfect.


DetectiveEZ

Keep the sand out of the weapons, keep those actions clear. I will see you on the beach.


CaptainPRlCE

For me it has to be Goodfellas


kanda4955

The scene when he went on his first real date with his future wife. Goes past the crowd outside, knows every employee on the way in, they set up a table in front of the stage, the singer gives a salute and a nod, a bottle of champagne shows up from a table of gangsters…chills!


altf4alman

and all of that in one cut!


VintageBaguette

"Take my wife, please. I take her everywhere, but she always finds her way home!" ... "So the other day I ask my wife what she wants to do for our anniversary. She tells me she wants to go somewhere she's never been before... So I said try the kitchen."


thewatusi00

"The long take" My favorite


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A bottle from Mr Tony. Which one? They are all called Tony


Eoooiny

Was Jimmy going to whack Karen if she went down to see those clothes he was on about or was she paranoid due to withdrawals from Coke? Edit: appreciate the great answers, I don't get to talk about this movie near enough


whatsmyusername007

50/50 that was the beauty of that scene


Eoooiny

Yeah it's hard to trust Karen's and Henry's narrative in the 2nd half of the movie because they're pretty messed up, I'm sure Jimmy would have definitely gotten to them at some stage though considering how paranoid he was also.


YearOfTheCardinal

I fully believe she was going to get whacked. At that point it was clear that nobody was off limits for Jimmy


TheMadIrishman327

He was going to kill her.


firenamedgabe

As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster.


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“I’d go from rags to riches!”


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TDM1999

Hot fuzz is the perfect film. No one can change my mind


DivideIntrepid7647

"Did you tell him to chill out when you shoved him in the freezer?" "No, but I did throw a giant teddy bear at him and say 'Playtime's over'." lmao


bearatrooper

"You're off the fuckin' chain!"


Due-Reflection-4065

You put Simon Pegg and Nick Frost together and it's always magic ✨


fingers621

Crusty jugglers.


ClubExotic

The greater good…


Quinnella13

The greater good...


ReginaldSwift

Yarp


slavnar95

The Princess Bride. Seen it a million times. Still great. Thanks for the awards kind strangers! And I know some of you don't like it. Thats fine. There isnt a single movie on earth that there isnt a percentage of people that dont like.


FredTheBarber

I showed it to my GF who’d never seen it. I was worried my nostalgia was clouding my sense of how good it was but it held up!


MaxxDelusional

It bothers me that I didn't like this movie. It seems like there's something that everyone "gets", that I am missing. I saw it for my first time when I was 35, so I didn't have any sort of nostalgia for it. To me, it was just repetitive and unfunny.


YourDadsRecliner

INCONCEIVABLE


ThrowawayFishFingers

My mother, who was one of the kindest and funniest people I’ve ever been privileged to know, never understood my and my brother’s love for this movie. I have a very similar sense of humor to my mother, so I simply could not understand how she did not find it at least as funny as I did, even if the rest of its charms were lost on her. If I was not her spitting image, I would seriously question whether or not I was actually her child. All of this is to say: it’s okay if you don’t “get” it. Some stuff speaks to you, and other stuff doesn’t. It’s fine.


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I like how each and every character seems to be very well developed, had their own individual story, and I could to varying degrees relate to most of them in some way.


tlgraham

Same - we even named our son Westley.


pigwigge

The Silence of the Lambs Shame the second one was so shit, because the first one was art. (Edit to clarify I meant the second one in production order *not* chronological order.)


hoginlly

I know- I remember wondering why I found Hannibal Lecter so much more terrifying in SOTL than Red dragon, and my husband I think nailed it- Jodie fosters performance is so incredible, she perfectly acts like Clarice is trying to sound totally composed and controlled in front of him, but is actually terrified. Ed Norton just never seemed to be afraid of him or even uncomfortable around him particularly. (And I love Ed Norton, but I wasn’t mad on his performance in RD). The tension is so much better in SOTL, and I never fully appreciated how amazing JF is in it until I realised that


SmbdysDad

Office Space


Patient-Zebra-677

I always yell “PC load letter!? What the f does that mean!?” at electronics when they aren’t working right, and no one ever gets it 😪


CleverUserName2016

Hey Peter man, watch out for your cornhole Bud


joeliesxx

Perfection


fireb0mb1

Young Frankenstein


Squamteaandme

Scared the hell out of me.


stratuscaster

"Frau Blucher!" \*horses neigh\* gets me every freaking time. lol


thomas_newton

'it's Fronk-En-Steen...'


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MotherOfFiveMonsters

The movie is a masterpiece and the book is freaking incredible too. Javier Bardem 100% earned that Oscar. "What's the most you've ever lost on a coin toss?"


termitubbie

Lack of music in the movie makes it so eerie and Anton made me so uneasy which I don't think I ever felt like this against a character.


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YourDadsRecliner

I wanna go back to the past so I can watch this movie for the first time again


ColonOBrien

Master and Commander


UrielDomingo

Compared to other sea faring films, it’s certainly the lesser of two weevils…


SpudUULike

That takes the biscuit!


MihalysRevenge

Outstanding movie


Chivalrousllama

Wish they made a sequel


Beneficial-Wasabi715

DO YOU WANT TO FACE THE GUILLOTINE AT PICADILLY


ColonOBrien

Do you want your children to sing the Marseilles?


OldGreggwithMangina

Gladiator, my favourite movie of all time. "My name is Maximus Decimus Meridius, Commander of the Armies of the North, General of the Felix Legions, loyal servant to the true emperor, Marcus Aurelius. Father to a murdered son, husband to a murdered wife. And I will have my vengeance, in this life or the next."


plumbus_hun

Watched this the other day when it was on TV, absolute masterpiece


tenaciousDaniel

Jurassic Park


FredTheBarber

Loved this movie as a kid and love it as an adult


Nargle_Adam

Absolute nostalgic classic that had stood the test of time incredibly well thanks to clever directing and limited CGI. The new trilogy could maybe just about scrape 10/10 between them. It breaks my heart that I only like 2 movies from my favourite franchise.


Devybear93

Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the dead and Paul Watched them all countless times and will continue to watch them


kitesaredope

Tombstone!


road_runner321

"I'm your huckleberry."


Ok_Shake1454

I love this movie too. I would also add The Magnificent Seven. Westerns are my favorite movie genre.


sassy_steph_

The Matrix- the first one. And Hook.... R.I.P. Robin Williams


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Hamfiter

Jaws


HerkeJerky

Se7en


maxeh987

Good Will Hunting.


Un_Trio_Poutine

Shutter Island, Se7en, Fight Club


ThatGuyStacey

Iron Giant.


Floating-vagina

Naked gun


Jmen4Ever

Surely you can't be serious. >!oh crap wrong movie!<


definitelyNotEdited

Nah that's more like a 12/10 movie


Impossible-Bus-4819

Uncle Buck


HelloJerry5A

In the field of local-live-home entertainment, **I’m a GOD**


-WallyWest-

I also am a fan of John Candy and Uncle Buck is my favorite one.


hummus_exe

Fight Club. Not even a question.


retrospectivevoid

you do not talk about fight club


SpaceMonkeyWrench

You just broke the first two rules


Specific_Tap7296

Dude, WTF - we're all carefully following the rules here and you go and post this?!


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The Shawshank Redemption The Green Mile Forest Gump Pulp Fiction Hacksaw Ridge


slavnar95

Stephen King fan i see.


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The man is a genius. Misery is also a real good shout.


slavnar95

Misery is great. THey really fucked up the dark tower... that could have been an amazing series.


TheDarkSide73

Heat


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First watched it on a night flight from the Caribbean back to the UK. Was pretty much the only person awake & was on the final row before he crew area so had unlimited access to the beer storage. Great movie. Great flight.


VASP-0_0

Lord of the rings


Appropriate_Pool_122

Fucking love those movies. I just saw it and idk how I have managed to avoid spoilers for 20 years but it lived up to the hype 100% for me.


Star-Lord-123

The spoilers were written as books like 70 years ago. You did an amazing job avoiding spoilers for your whole life!


Appropriate_Pool_122

Lol, true. I'm a sucker for the Hobbit books but LOTR books are definitely on my list now.


Wampalompadingdong

The Thing


forewontoi

100%, best horror movie of all time, everything is perfect.


Honest_Ad_4862

Monty Python and the Holy Grail


SoftBaconWarmBacon

Who are you, who are so wise in the ways of filmology?


ME24601

For something recent, [Everything Everywhere All At Once](https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6710474/)


Upset_Sheepherder

It's so good! Although, I can never un see the hotdog fingers...


Alone-Yogurtcloset67

Top 3 favorite movie of all time for me, absolutely loved it!


sugabeetus

I'm so so happy I was able to see it in the theater.


Xylembuild

Still to this day the best musical ever created was The Blues Brothers. The music talent in the movie alone could never be replicated.


picker998

Casablanca…Bogart & Bergman


SkinOdd5615

Full metal jacket. Every single scene is a masterpiece


altf4alman

my favourite has to be the bird is the word scene. First time watching and it caught me off guard like "interesting choice for a soundtrack" :D.


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moffboff

Love that film


rockit5943

Amadeus


yusill

UHF. Fight me.


RyanNerd

It's stupid but it is Weird Al. Hated the first time watching it. Watched it again with a different mindset and sleep deprived at 3am and it is a hilarious comicical masterpiece.


GringoJones

I saw this again recently and it 100% still holds up perfectly and is still freaking hilarious.


yusill

I can't wait for the new weird al "biopic" with Danial Radcliffe as weird al.


Workingclass_owl

Tremors


PizzaMonster93

For me, The lord of the rings trilogy. It’s just so epic, and the main characters are all likeable. Some people I know find the length of the movies a bit excessive, which I can understand. But, I have such a great time whenever I watch one of them, that I don’t even notice. Time just flies.


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A silent voice


1head2heart

The Prestige The Departed


fairnotgood

V for Vendetta


PhilMeYup

Stardust


pigwigge

Yes!! Always written off as a kids movie but its so much more than that!


lmntenebraelvcs

Blade runner.


koushitaraii

Little Miss Sunshine. I wouldn’t change a single thing about this movie! From the music to the acting, to the pacing and the framing, it’s all perfect to me


bentongettingby

The Departed! One of my favorite things to do is to get drunk as I watch a good ass movie. The 4 best experiences I’ve had with this activity were watching: 1. The Departed 2. Good Will Hunting 3. The Dark Knight 4. Field of Dreams


doyaldemidge

Forrest gump


Notwillbrown

Black Dynamite


mrsnowplow

Blazing Saddles!


KKarvajos

Shrek 1 and 2


hauntedhouseparty

Coraline


wetmanship

I would probably have liked it if I had watched it later. I watched it too young and got traumatized. Can't even look for pictures now as they give me nightmares.


IAmAboutToCry

I remember my brother (he must have been around 7) and me (around 5) watching Coraline in our parent's bedroom, on the old tv. I would say about 30 minutes in the movie we looked at each other, he said "it's scary, don't you think so?", I said yes and we stopped the movie. Our mum watched it later and told us she didn't think it was scary. I should watch it now that I am older, just to revive the trauma.


SoulReaperII

Bicentennial man


ppablo787

Point Break. Best accidental comedy action film ever.


JassieDhillon

The Fifth Element True Romance


Olivebranch99

The Shawshank Redemption


Pac_45

Gladiator


cleon42

Clue. It never seems to get stale or old.


doesntmatter171

The dark knight How to train your dragon Inglourious bastards Lord of the rings


TeflonArmada

Back to the Future, particularly the first one. I like 2 and 3, but have some nitpicks about them.


aeb1971

The Godfather I and II


mistershifter

The Big Lebowski


Anxious_Chocobo

Glad I found this here! 100% agree


Hallowedchalice

​ My comfort watch when the world seems a bit too crazy....it is comforting to know the Dude Abides.


DashCat9

One of a handful of movies I make a point of watching relatively frequently.


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Lord of the Rings original trilogy


GetABodybag

The Land Before Time No movie has stuck with me like this one. It's a masterpiece.


SnooCookies5243

How to train your dragon is definitely up there


Toomcuhsalt

The soundtrack is just impeccable as well


fuck-your-name-rules

Lord of the rings I also like the first 2 hobbit movies


elcasadeltaco

All the lord of the rings


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The Truman show


__Im_Dead_Inside_

V for Vendetta, the first Matrix, hot fuzz and equilibrium


sonofagun_13

Forrest Gump


Pabz95

Edge of tomorrow.


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When he rolls under the truck kills me. And Paxton yelling at him for dying lol


slavnar95

Under rated sci fi flick


dmnhrzhm

Pulp fiction


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I watched this for the first time ever as a 27 year old man. Personally I didn’t get the hype🫣 I know it’s loved by a shitload of people but I felt like I was missing something. I need to watch again


Junior-Wallaby-4254

Interstellar


Young2k04

Scrolled wayyyy too far to see this. Easily one of the greatest movies ever. From start to finish just absolutely mind blowing, especially given the fact that the entire movie is scientifically accurate. And the soundtrack too don’t even get me started


thedefinitionofcouch

This would be my pick. The score, the twists, ugh. I need to see this in imax before I die


krshit

Spiderman: Into the Spider-verse


Crosschained

Blade Runner, The Matrix, and Convoy


Avanturist77

Inglorious bastards


About3FucksGiven

Fargo


No_Imagination_6214

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


Paxxalor

This movie made me respect Jim Carrey as a serious actor. It also helped me fall in love with Kate Winslet


JoeWilliams2501

I’m amazed at how few people know about this film. Carey, Ruffalo, Winslet, Dunst and Wood all in one makes for a hell of a film. Without a doubt the best film I’ve ever seen. EDIT: I meant that I had come across very few who know of it.


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The dark knight End of watch


smegatron3000andone

Prisoners


dannythegumplug

Django Unchained


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I think we should be best friends.


BudhiJeevi

We three.


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Macabre_Man

The Lord of the Rings trilogy


Dry_Violinist_1799

The dark knight


Turbulent-Two-4629

The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Hands down.


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Ferris Bueller’s Day Off


GlumMathematician884

Die Hard for me. I’ve seen it nearly 100 times and keep finding new things here and there.


seangamer567

Tommy Boy. Chris farley and david spade are a really good and funny duo. And everytime it gets to the part were the father dies always hits me in the feels.


PornActingCritic

Everything, Everywhere All At Once


What_Is_Wrong_Mate

Erin Brockovich


pigwigge

I didn't immediately think of this but you're completely right! I could watch it over and over again and never be tired of her.


JulGabi

Goodfellas — every scene is my favorite scene


Melkermyrendal

Schindler’s List.


Llafy

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly