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Of all the movies you have seen which is the one that stands out the most?

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Generally those longer films such as The Titanic and Les Miserables come to mind straight off.
There are 3 movies that I have loved.
My Best Friends Wedding
Pretty Woman, and more recently
Captain Phillips

The Dark Night

The acting was nothing short of 'Bravo' quality.

It was intense and sadly the world lost a brilliant actor.
I don't watch that kind of movie, but my son asked me to go...I really found it outstanding.....because of the acting.
I didn't like it that much but I thought Heath Ledger was brilliant in it. I also loved The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, the movie he was halfway through making when he died.
Yes we lost a great talent, as I say not really my kind of movie....but I really was glad I went outside my comfort zone.
I was so un-nerved by the character he played.....(not in a bad way).If there is such a thing?*#@! lol
by jonaja
Ah, 'Knight'.....
by donjo
There is a difference between my favourite movie, and the best one I've seen. While 'The X-Files: Fight The Future' is probably my favourite, I know it is not the best out there. I think the best movie is one that is innovative, thought provoking, went beyond what was expected at the time it was made, and struck a chord with me personally. At the moment I have several nominees, all of which are Disney: Fantasia, Mary Poppins, The Lion King, and Toy Story. I chose these based on concept, story, musical prowess, and technical skill.
I would say Resevoir Dogs (compact and near perfect), Usual Suspects (the first time you see it), and as an also ran, I think the opening scene of Inglorious Bastards is probably the best bit of cinema this century (with Waltz and the French actor in the farm House - the rest of the film, while I like it, is not as perfect). Oh, and A Pure Formality - just brilliant.
Inception. Such mind bender
No brainer!

'Ben-Hur', of course! It deservedly won ELEVEN Academy Awards, including TWO for Acting.....Best Actor/ Charlton Heston......Best Supporting Actor/Hugh Griffith.
That Chariot Race! THE most exciting action sequence ever filmed!
IF you've NEVER seen it, rent it out & watch!

The other film I think is magnificent in every way was 'Lawrence of Arabia'. What scenery! What music! What acting!

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