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Our Favorite False Realities

The Movies that We Love

The Modern Movie Goer
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There's nothing better than a good movie.. except for perhaps another one.. and then so on. Movies are our portals to the worlds that we cannot live in, so we watch them and dream and dream and dream instead. Deny it if you like, but we all love these false realities.

This is why I want to make my own movies (aspiring director/producer/writer/whatever-else-comes-my-way). Only 150 interests are allowed, and these are my personal movie interests. Please add your own in an entry and join the community to talk about whatever movie you enjoyed, whatever actor you fell in love with, whatever director did a magnificent job, or whatever movie fuckin' blew. It's up to you. Get to it.

If you would be so kind (and I hope you will) post your answers to the following questions in your first post (in a cut or not, it doesn't matter). It's a fun game! I promise.

Top 3 Favorite Actors
Top 3 Favorite Actresses
Top 3 Favorite Directors

Top 3 Most Attractive Actors and/or Actresses
(They don't have to have talent :oP)

Top 10 Alltime Favorite Movies (no particular order)

Best 3 NEW Movies
(movies you recently saw in theatres)

Top 5 Most Anticipated Movies

Top 3 Crappiest Movies You've Ever Seen

Your favorite scene from any movie.
The movie that scared you the most.
The movie that made you laugh the most.
The movie that made you cry the most (if you cry in movies).
The movie that made you think the most.
The movie that made you the most uncomfortable.
The movie that made you feel the best at the end.
The movie that you made fun of the most.

And lastly - what makes a good movie?

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a mighty wind, adaptation, al pacino, alan rickman, albert finney, alfonso cuarón, amanda peet, american beauty, american psycho, amélie, angelina jolie, anthony minghella, audrey hepburn, baz luhrman, being john malkovich, ben stiller, benny and joon, big fish, billy bob thorton, billy boyd, blow, brad pitt, bruce willis, catherine zeta jones, charlie kaufman, chasing amy, chicago, christina ricci, christopher guest, christopher walken, clerks, cold mountain, colin firth, dogma, don juan de marco, donnie brasco, donnie darko, drew barrymore, dustin hoffman, edward norton, edward scissorhands, elijah wood, empire records, et, eugene levy, ever after, ewan mcgregor, ferngully, fight club, franka potente, gene hackman, george clooney, ghost world, gillian anderson, gwyneth paltrow, hamlet, harry potter, hayden christensen, heath ledger, hook, hugh grant, hugh jackman, human nature, ian mckellen, igby goes down, interview with the vampire, intolerable cruelty, jack black, jack nicholson, jack white, jake gyllenhaal, jason lee, jena malone, johnny depp, jon stewart, jude law, kate winslet, kevin kline, kevin smith, kevin spacey, kill bill, kristin scott thomas, life as a house, liv tyler, m. night shymalan, maggie gyllenhaal, maggie smith, mallrats, matt damon, matthew lillard, matthew perry, mel brooks, mel gibson, mike myers, mike newell, moulin rouge, movies, natalie portman, nicole kidman, ocean's eleven, old school, orange county, orlando bloom, parker posey, penelope cruz, peter jackson, peter pan, pirates of the caribbean, pixar, playing by heart, psycho beach party, quentin tarantino, raising arizona, ray liotta, robert deniro, robin williams, rushmore, ryan phillipe, scotland pa, sean astin, selma hayak, seven, slc punk, spiderman, stanley kubrick, star wars, stephen spielberg, steve martin, stuart townsend, the coen brothers, the crow, the fifth element, the man who cried, the matrix trilogy, the nightmare before christmas, the royal tenenbaums, the talented mr. ripley, the whole nine yards, tim burton, tom hanks, uma thurman, vanilla sky, waiting for guffman, what dreams may come, what's eating gilbert grape?, who framed roger rabbit?, willem dafoe, winona rider, x-men, young frankenstein