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what type of movies do you like Answered


I just want to take a quick survey about what types of movies are the most common (out of the people reading this)

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happyjo
happyjo

9 years ago

I love all Studio Ghibli films. I also love Wallcace and Gromit! Who wouldn't? Fantastic Mr. Fox is also awesome!

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

mr fox is awesome! i still crack up the Wand G series are great to

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happyjo
happyjo

Reply 9 years ago

I know Fantastic Mr. Fox is da bomb! What is the Wand G series? I haven't heard of it.

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

wallace and gromit i forgot to put a space in there

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happyjo
happyjo

Reply 9 years ago

ok.

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CrLz
CrLz

9 years ago

One film I found very interesting, and topical to this community, is Der Lauf der Dinge (English title: The Way Things Go).  Very similar to a Rube Goldberg device, artistically clever, fun to watch Fischli's and Weiss's imagination play out.

the way things go.jpg
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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

wow! that looks like one I have to see

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CrLz
CrLz

Reply 9 years ago

There is 3 minutes available at the link page. YouTube had some uploaded also.

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

yeah i saw the link page and i am intrigued

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FFVIIBOY
FFVIIBOY

9 years ago

Exiting (adventure, fantasy, epic), Depends on the story, i like Harry Potter, Star Wars, The Dark Knight, and Indiana Jones and other exiting movies but i also like The Sixth Sense, Titanic, Slumdog Millionaire, and Forest Gump, so pretty much any genre if its interesting

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

cool i liked the dark night starwars forrestgump indy and the titanic also

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FFVIIBOY
FFVIIBOY

Reply 9 years ago

i like the original star wars trilogy better,

PS: Did you cry at the end of Titanic?

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

yeah

........yeah hope you still think i am manly

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FFVIIBOY
FFVIIBOY

Reply 9 years ago

well i did too, i told yesterday that guys cry easier than girls, we just dont admit it

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

hey i wouldnt go that far lets just say we are better at hiding it

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

do you mind listing some

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Tool Using Animal
Tool Using Animal

Reply 9 years ago

Here's my Netflix Instant History, edited out most of the TV shows. Very few good movies on the list ;-)
She

Land of Doom

MST3K: The Robot vs. The Aztec Mummy

First Men in the Moon

Futurama: Bender's Game

Sherlock Holmes

Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell

Recon 2023: The Gauda Prime Conspiracy

MST3K: The Corpse Vanishes

The Lost World

The Land That Time Forgot

2012

The Most Dangerous Game

Tales from the Crapper

Wizards of the Demon Sword

MST3K: Soultaker

Transmorphers: Fall of Man

Transmorphers

MST3K: Warrior of the Lost World

MST3K: The Crawling Eye

MST3K: Werewolf

MST3K: Ring of Terror

Cannibal! The Musical

MST3K: Night of the Blood Beast

The Avengers

MST3K: Mad Monster

Time Barbarians

Superstarlet A.D.

Lust for Freedom

Ferocious Female Freedom Fighters

Eolomea

Caligula

In the Dust of the Stars

MST3K: Blood Waters of Dr. Z

The Day the Earth Stopped

Orgazmo

MST3K: Final Justice

MST3K: Laserblast

Glen or Glenda

Tokyo Gore Police

The Snow Creature

Dragonslayer

MST3K: Zombie Nightmare

MST3K: First Spaceship on Venus


Star Pilot


Bad Girls from Mars

Star Slammer

Zombie Wars

Throg


The Atomic Cafe

The Return of the Musketeers

The Libertine



National Lampoon's Stoned Age


District B13


Year One

Chocolate

MST3K: Manhunt in Space

South Park: The Imaginationland Trilogy

Futurama: Vol. 2: Anthology of Interest I (19 episodes)

Attenborough in Paradise...



Trancers

Bubba Ho-Tep

XXX

The Color of Magic: Night 2 (2 episodes)

The Color of Magic: Night 1 (2 episodes)

Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother


Julie & Julia

Black Dynamite

Archer: Ssn 1: Dial M for Mother (10 episodes)


Archer: Ssn 1: Job Offer (10 episodes)

Archer: Ssn 1: The Rock (10 episodes)

Archer: Ssn 1: Skytanic (10 episodes)

Archer: Ssn 1: Skorpio (10 episodes)

Archer: Ssn 1: Honeypot (10 episodes)

Archer: Ssn 1: Diversity Hire (10 episodes)

Archer: Ssn 1: Killing Utne (10 episodes)

Invader Zim: The Nightmare Begins (27 episodes)

Robin Hood: Men in Tights

Archer: Ssn 1: Training Day (10 episodes)

Archer: Ssn 1: Pilot: Mole Hunt (10 episodes)

MST3K: Secret Agent, Super Dragon

Surrogates


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zascecs
zascecs

Reply 9 years ago

From what I saw, you watched quite a few movies from trilogy MST3K (whatever that is...), I'm guessing that they aren't that bad then, since you continued watching them...


...and how's South Park bad?? =P

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Tool Using Animal
Tool Using Animal

Reply 9 years ago

So, the author asks "What kind of movies do you like?"
and i respond "Bad Movies"

Thereafter you deduce that a certain group of movies can not be bad as I continued to watch them.

Logic fail.



MST3K is the greatest television show ever to have existed.

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zascecs
zascecs

Reply 9 years ago

so you really weren't kidding... and you just admitted that it's a good show...

Yea, whatever, I'm not gonna argue with you... 

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

umm wow very interesting selection

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KentsOkay
KentsOkay

Reply 9 years ago

Ferocious Female Freedom Fighters? MUST WATCH!!

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FFVIIBOY
FFVIIBOY

Reply 9 years ago

Batman and Robin, Prom Night (2008), Eragon (if you havent read the book than you might not think its bad)

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lemonie
lemonie

9 years ago

Really-screwy head-screwing ones.

!Caution! This is screwy - it may have a bad effect on a person:


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The Jamalam
The Jamalam

Reply 9 years ago

What I don't like is how when he's being chased he keeps looking back to see if she is still there, and stopping around corners.

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lemonie
lemonie

Reply 9 years ago

It's proper horror with artistic-direction & suspense.
(nothing like blood n guts)

L

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The Jamalam
The Jamalam

Reply 9 years ago

I watched the whole film online, it's incredibly strange, particularly the drill scene... :S

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lemonie
lemonie

Reply 9 years ago

oh yes... that spinning thing...
what about the vacuum-cleaner-hose thing?

L

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The Jamalam
The Jamalam

Reply 9 years ago

That was strange, but the spinning drill was definitely in my top 10 wierdest film moments list.

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lemonie
lemonie

Reply 9 years ago

yes, there's a big world of difference between regular Hollywood-stuff and "art".

L

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

nice i like it

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lemonie
lemonie

Reply 9 years ago


That is one of the best sequences, but for a total-WHAT?! it's one to look out for. (If you do like wierd-stuff - Ken Russel's The Devils (with Oliver Reed), Lair of The White Worm, Barbarella, anything by Peter Greenaway,..)

L

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

i will agree with you

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

yeah i know but this is more interesting than looking at some study