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Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 1 decade ago

can anyone recommend some movies?

can anyone recommend movies to me. some of my favorites are the departed, lucky number slevin, v for vendetta, the prestige, and munich.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Oh boy are you in for a treat, here's my (long) list. I'm pretty sure you've seen some of them, but there should be enough to last you a while!

    A Beautiful Mind, by Ron Howard

    About A Boy, by Chris & Paul Weitz

    After The Sunset, by Brett Ratner

    A.I. Artificial Intelligence, by Steven Spielberg

    Aladdin, by Ron Clements & John Musker

    Alice In Wonderland, by C. Geronimi, W. Jackson & H. Luske

    A Life Less Ordinary, by Danny Boyle

    Ame Agaru, by Takashi Koizumi

    American Ninja, by Sam Firstenberg

    Angel-A, by Luc Besson

    Anthony Zimmer, by Jérôme Salle

    Arsène Lupin, by Jean-Paul Salomé

    A Series Of Unfortunate Events, by Brad Silberling

    Atonement, by Joe Wright

    A Walk To Remember , by Andrew Shankman

    Barry Lyndon, by Stanley Kubrick

    Basic, by John McTiernan

    Bees Saal Baad, by Biren Nag

    Belphégor: Le Fantôme Du Louvre, by Jean-Paul Salomé

    Big Fish, by Tim Burton

    Blade, by Stephen Norrington

    Blazing Saddles, by Mel Brooks

    Bloodsport, by Newt Arnold

    Breezy, by Clint Eastwood

    Bridge To Terabithia, by Gabor Csupo

    Brokeback Mountain, by Ang Lee

    Cars, by John Lasseter

    Cast Away, by Robert Zemeckis

    Catch Me If You Can, by Steven Spielberg

    Children Of Men, by Alfonso Cuaron

    Clue, by Jonathan Lynn

    Collateral, by Michael Mann

    Constantine, by Francis Lawrence

    Crash, by Paul Haggis

    Cruel Intentions, by Roger Kumble

    Curse Of The Golden Flower, by Zhang Yimou

    Dark Blue, by Ron Shelton

    Dead Again, by Kenneth Branagh

    Dead Poets Society, by Peter Weir

    Dreamcatcher, by Lawrence Kasdan

    Du Jour Au Lendemain, by Philippe Le Guay

    Edward Scissorhands, by Tim Burton

    Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, by Michel Gondry

    50 First Dates, by Peter Segal

    Finding Neverland, by Marc Forster

    Flags Of Our Fathers & Letters From Iwo Jima, by Clint Eastwood

    Follow That Bird, by Ken Kwapis

    Forbidden Planet, by Fred McLeod Wilcox

    Gandhi, by Richard Attenborough

    Garden State, by Zach Braff

    Get Rich Or Die Tryin', by Jim Sheridan

    Godzilla, by Roland Emmerich

    Hard Rain, by Mikael Salomon

    Hearts In Atlantis, by Scott Hicks

    Hero, by Zhang Yimou

    History Of The World Part I, by Mel Brooks

    Holes, by Andrew Davis

    Hostage, by Florent Emilio Siri

    Hotel Rwanda, by Terry George

    House Of Flying Daggers, by Zhang Yimou

    House Of Sand And Fog, by Vadim Perelman

    If Only, by Gil Junger

    Immortel: Ad Vitam, by Enki Bilal

    Indiana Jones (series), by Steven Spielberg

    Infernal Affairs, by Andrew Lau & Alan Mak

    I Robot, by Alex Proyas

    Jack, by Francis Ford Coppola

    James Bond (series), by various => in particular Casino Royale by Martin Campbell

    Jarhead, by Sam Mendes

    Jurassic Park, by Steven Spielberg

    Kal Ho Naa Ho, by Nikhil Advani

    Kaze No Tani No Naushika, by Hayao Miyazaki

    Kingdom Of Heaven, by Ridley Scott

    Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, by Shane Black

    Knock Off, by Tsui Hark

    Kung Fu Hustle, by Stephen Chow

    L.A. Confidential, by Curtis Hanson

    Lady In The Water, by M. Night Shyamalan

    Lagaan, by Ashutosh Gowariker

    Lassie, by Charles Sturridge

    Laws Of Attraction, by Peter Howitt

    Le Pacte Des Loups, by Christophe Gans

    Le Scaphandre Et Le Papillon, by Julian Schnabel

    Les Rivières Pourpres, by Mathieu Kassovitz

    Little Manhattan, by Mark Levin

    Love Actually, by Richard Curtis

    Lucky Number Slevin, by Paul McGuigan

    Mar Adentro, by Alejandro Amenabar

    Mary Poppins, by Robert Stevenson

    Match Point, by Woody Allen

    Memories Of Murder, by Bong Joon-Ho

    Million Dollar Baby, by Clint Eastwood

    Minority Report, by Steven Spielberg

    Modern Times, by Charles Chaplin

    Munich, by Steven Spielberg

    Mystic River, by Clint Eastwood

    National Treasure (series), by Jon Turteltaub

    One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, by Milos Forman

    One Hour Photo, by Mark Romanek

    Open Range, by Kevin Costner

    Paris Je T'Aime, by various

    Phone Booth, by Joel Schumacher

    Pride & Prejudice, by Joe Wright

    PTU, by Johnnie To

    Raising Helen, by Garry Marshall

    Rang De Basanti, by Rakesh Omprakash Mehra

    Roman Holiday, by William Wyler

    Romeo Must Die, by Andrzej Bartkowiak

    Save The Last Dance, by Thomas Carter

    Scream (series), by Wes Craven

    Sen To Chihiro No Kamikakushi, by Hayao Miyazaki

    Serendipity, by Peter Chelsom

    Shichinin No Samurai, by Akira Kurosawa

    Signs, by M. Night Shyamalan

    Sin City, by Robert Rodriguez

    Sleuth, by Joseph L. Mankiewicz

    Snake Eyes, by Brian De Palma

    Snatch, by Guy Ritchie

    Snow Falling On Cedars, by Scott Hicks

    Spaceballs, by Mel Brooks

    Starship Troopers, by Paul Verhoeven

    Star Wars (series), by G. Lucas, I. Kershner & R. Marquand

    Stranger Than Fiction, by Marc Forster

    Striking Distance, by Rowdy Herrington

    Swades, by Ashutosh Gowariker

    Tarzan, by Chris Buck & Kevin Lima

    Tenkû No Shiro Rapyuta, by Hayao Miyazaki

    10 Things I Hate About You, by Gil Junger

    Terminator (series), by James Cameron & Jonathan Mostow

    The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford, by Andrew Dominik

    The Aviator, by Martin Scorsese

    The Blues Brothers, by John Landis

    The Butterfly Effect, by Eric Bress & J. Mackye Gruber

    The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe, by Andrew Adamson

    The Constant Gardener, by Fernando Meirelles

    The Day After Tomorrow, by Roland Emmerich

    The Devil's Advocate, by Taylor Hackford

    The Girl Next Door, by Luke Greenfield

    The Great Dictator, by Charles Chaplin

    The I Inside, by Roland Suso Richter

    The Incredibles, by Brad Bird

    The Italian Job, by F. Gary Gray

    The Ladykillers, by Joel & Ethan Coen

    The Lady Vanishes, by Alfred Hitchcock

    The Last Kiss, by Tony Goldwyn

    The Last Of The Mohicans, by Michael Mann

    The Last Samurai, by Edward Zwick

    The Lion King, by Roger Allers & Rob Minkoff

    The Machinist, by Brad Anderson

    The Name Of The Rose, by Jean-Jacques Annaud

    The Notebook, by Nick Cassavetes

    The One, by James Wong

    The Party, by Blake Edwards

    The Patriot, by Roland Emmerich

    The Phantom Of The Opera, by Joel Schumacher

    The Punisher, by Jonathan Hensleigh

    The Ring, by Gore Verbinski

    The Ring Two, by Hideo Nakata

    The Rundown/Welcome To The Jungle, by Peter Berg

    The Sixth Sense, by M. Night Shyamalan

    The Sound Of Music, by Robert Wise

    The Truman Show, by Peter Weir

    The Village, by M. Night Shyamalan

    The Wizard Of Oz, by Vicotr Fleming

    36 Quai Des Orfèvres, by Olivier Marchal

    Troy, by Wolgang Petersen

    2001 A Space Odyssey, by Stanley Kubrick

    Unbreakable, by M. Night Shyamalan

    United 93, by Paul Greengrass

    Vanilla Sky, by Cameron Crowe

    Va Vis Et Deviens, by Radu Mihaileanu

    V For Vendetta, by James McTeigue

    View Askew (series), by Kevin Smith

    Walk On Water, by Eytan Fox

    Walk The Line, by James Mangold

    Where Eagles Dare, by Brian G. Hutton

    Wicker Park, by Paul McGuigan

    Wonderful Days, by Kim Moon-Saeng

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Comedies A Fish Called Wanda Adrenaline Drive Being John Malkovich Blondes Have More Guns Boogie Nights Bottle Rocket Brain Dead Brittania Hospital Brutti, Sporchi, e Cattivi Buffet Froid Burn After Reading Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death Dark Star Don’t Be a Menace to South Central… Dr. Strangelove Eating Raoul Female Trouble Flirting With Disaster Gridlock’d High Fidelity Hot Fuzz Hot Shots How to Get Ahead in Advertising It’s a Mad x4 World Kung Fu Zombie Liquid Sky Man Bites Dog Mean Streets Metropolitan Monty Python and the Holy Grail One Night at McCool’s Raising Arizona Repo Man Roger Dodger Rushmore Ruthless People Saving Silverman Seven Beauties Smile Spies Like Us Strange Brew Stranger Than Paradise Tatie Danielle The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai… The Cars that Ate Paris The Discrete Charm of the Bourgeoisie The Gods Must Be Crazy The Man With Two Brains The Pornographers The Princess Bride The Ruling Class Two Hands Volunteers War of the Roses Non-comedies Aliens American Me Badlands Blade Runner Choose Me Clay Pigeons Closely Watched Trains Death Note District 9 Dodes Kaden Elite Squad Fist of Legend Gallipoli Goodfellas Hero Iron Monkey LA Confidential Layer Cake all Lone Wolf and Cub/Shogun Assassin/Baby Cart Lucky Number Slevin Mr. Nice Guy Night of the Comet Outland Pirates of the Caribbean x3 Platoon Police Story Q the Winged Serpent Raiders of the Lost Ark Return of the Jedi Robocop Romper Stomper Saving Private Ryan Shaolin Temple Against Lama Sharkskin Man and Peach Hip Girl Sleepy Hollow So Close Sonatine Star Trek 2 The Wrath of Kahn Tae Guk Gi The Accidental Spy The Departed The Hitcher The Hudsucker Proxy The Last Days of Disco The Lost Boys The Matrix The Parallax View The Pledge The Road Warrior The Terminator The Thing The Wicker Man Versus Wheels on Meals Yojimbo

  • 1 decade ago

    I love The departed and V for Vendetta! Some of my favorites are..

    Blood Diamond

    Kingdom of Heaven

    300

    The Chronicles of Narnia

    Crash

    The Rundown

    The Constant Gardener

    Behind Enemy Lines

    Transformers

    Fight Club

    Cold Mountain

    Juno

    Gone baby gone

    Penelope

    Before the devil knows your dead

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Munich is a huge city with: restaurant, nightlife and accommodation listings, with hotelbye , you could have a look. Munich is the capital city of Bavaria and the third-most populous city in Germany. For generations the seat of the Dukes, Electors, and Leaders of Bavaria, the Munich Residenz is without a doubt among Europe's most magnificent palaces. Organized around seven large courts, the substantial resident complex comprises three principal pieces: the Königsbau, fronting in to Max-Joseph-Platz; the Alte Residenz, facing Residenzstrasse; and the Festsaalbau (Banqueting Hall) overlooking the Hofgarten. The first section of this enormous complex to be developed was the impressive Antiquarium, built in 1579 and today the main excellent Residenz Museum. Munich is really a town with lots of record, make sure you examine it whole.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    American gangster

    Goodfellas

    Dead Presidents

    A Bronx Tale

    The Untouchables

    The Basketball Diares

  • 1 decade ago

    Collatoral

    Godfather

    The General

  • 1 decade ago

    Casino, Training Day, The Matrix.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The Station Agent, and Whale Rider.

  • 1 decade ago

    Cars

    Return of the cheese balls

    Blarg 2: revenge of O Blaarggag!

    Yistangy; the chinese voyage

    Dogman and sparrow

    Piartes of the Caribean

  • 1 decade ago

    step up 1 and 2 the streets

    signs

    the simpsons movie

    holes

    the ring one and two

    mrs doutfire

    white chicks

    the fogotten

  • 1 decade ago

    Memento, 28 weeks later, dirty harry, sin city, 12 monkeys and the omega man.

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