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Meg asked in Entertainment & MusicMovies · 9 years ago

Can someone reccomend me a great movie( Best answer)?

I want something that after you watched it, made you want to talk about it. ( : You know what I'm talking about...

And it can be any genre. I just feel like watching a good movie. I am not really into romantic comedies...If you are going to give me romance...Give me something like " The Town."

I am more of a Fight club, Pulp fiction type of girl though.

Thanks! I will give best answer to whatever movie I decide to watch ( :

11 Answers

  • 9 years ago
    Favorite Answer


    -V for Vendetta(rebelling against the government in style type of deal.I fell in love.)

    -Coraline(for kids, supposedly, but creepy and really great.)

    -Batman Begins/The Dark Knight(action-packed, engaging plot, no plot-holes, good characters, realistic, famous for a reason)

    -Sweeney Todd(not scary, but really dark, amazing, and a Tim Burton classic.)

    -Edward Scissorhands(has romance but doesn't completely revolve around it. I don't like romance or romance comedies either, but this is one of the few exceptions. Beautiful and another Tim Burton classic.)

    -Forrest Gump(a movie for everyone. 8 Oscars I believe.)

    -The Lord of the Rings trilogy(action-packed, engaging plot, amazing characters and fantasy. Brings you back your childhood....I recommend watching it when it's raining, though. A good kind of raining when you want to curl up in bed and eat soup. Don't know why, but makes watching it so much better...)

    -Avatar: The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra(these aren't movies but if you watch the episodes back to back, I guess it works as one. Both AMAZING shows, animated, action-packed, good plot, all the good stuff and then some. I don't know about "Makes you think," but it's just really exciting.)

    -Taken(Again, action-packed, good plot, a bit dark, but amazing. It made ME think about my safety...)

    -Inception(very original plot line. A bit over-rated among the crowd, but worth watching.)

    Some other make-you thinkers:

    -Black Swan

    -Children of Men

    -12 Monkeys

    Good luck :-)

  • 9 years ago

    These movies, more than any others, made me want to spend the rest of the evening discussing the movie or what the movie addressed:

    The Mission

    Schindler's List


    Mississippi Burning

    The Diary of Anne Frank

    Breaker Morant

    In Cold Blood


    A Man For All Seasons


  • J
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    9 years ago

    Movies I recommended to this day, because they still make me think about them. Great movies!


    Smokin Aces

    The Hills Have Eyes

    The Departed

    House of 1000 Corpses

    The Devil's Rejects

    Reservoir Dogs (Quentin Tarantino)

  • 9 years ago

    If you like Pulp Fiction and Fight Club, then you will probably like

    Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels




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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    A few old favourites of mine, from the thought-provoking to the downright weird:

    The Machinist

    Dark City

    Ripley's Game


    A Beautiful Mind

  • 9 years ago

    fight club esque movies:

    the network

    american psycho

    the matrix (only first part)

    V for vendetta

    romantic comedies and romance:

    lucky number slevin

    the graduate

    500 days of summer

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


    annie hall

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    The Usual Suspects - drama

    Amelie -foreign modern

    Seven Samurai - foreign classic

    Up-Feel Good

    Initial D - Anime (series)

    OngBak - Action

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    For comedy I recommend Monty Python, you're able to desire to get the Holy Grail or existence of Brian or meaning of existence. I additionally recommend Tombstone, The Matrix Trilogy, The final Samurai, Juno, Superbad, Saving inner maximum Ryan. For television I recommend getting the ER sequence.

  • The Lion King <3



    Death warrent.

  • 9 years ago

    Thirteen.... Must watch

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