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What movies would you recommend?

I like to watch movies fairly often during the week, but I've run out of movies on my list. Anyone have any good movies I can watch? Preferably pg-13, only R if it's extremely mild.

The movies I like are:

V for Vendetta


Batman trilogy

Princess Bride

Forrest Gump

most DreamWorks movies

Tim Burton movies

James Bond movies

Indiana Jones movies

Monty Python


Mr. and Mrs. Smith

Any movies like these or any that you think I will like will be great. Thanks!

7 Answers

  • 7 years ago
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    a fish called wanda

    mars attacks!

    edward scissorhands

    planet of the apes (2001)

    charlie and the chocolate factory (2005)

    alice in wonderland (2010)

    tron legacy

    the incredibles

    the bourne identity (and sequels)

    around the world in 80 days

    any jackie chan movie (hong kong or english movies)

    the matrix trilogy

    super 8

    monty python and the holy grail

    the dark knight (2008)

    wallace and gromit: the curse of the were rabbit

    chicken run

    how to train your dragon

    galaxy quest


    secretariat (g rated but made for adults)

    catch me if you can

    the shawshank redemption

    apollo 13

    second hand lions

    october sky

    north by northwest

    mission impossible: ghost protocol

    true lies

    the hunt for red october

    the wolverine

    the transporter

    the a-team

    stardust (2007)

    pirates of the carribean movies

    the great and powerful oz


    the mask of zorro

    the chronicles of narnia: prince caspian

    jack the giant slayer

    hot fuzz

    shaun of the dead

    the pink panther movies (1960s)

    source code

    the prestige

    total recall (2012) (note the year - the 1980s version is R rated)

    the truman show

    deja vu (2006)

    the italian job (1969)

    the fugitive (1993)

    back to the future trilogy

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  • k
    Lv 5
    7 years ago

    Blood Diamond


    The Departed


    Don't Say a Word

    Kiss the Girls

    About a Boy



    Now and Then

    Ghost World

    In Good Company

    Across the Universe

    Once Upon a Forrest

    Fairytale, A True Story

    Ever After

    Big Fish

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  • 7 years ago

    You could try; ( these are just off the top of my head)

    Shawshank Redemption

    The Bank Job (true story)

    Mrs. Doubtfire

    The 4 Lethal Weapon movies

    Racing Stripes

    Flight of the Navigator

    the 2 Johnny English movies

    Source(s): My DVD collection
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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    How about a couple of Sword and Sorcery fantasies?

    "Willow" from the late '80s and "Legend" from the mid-80s.

    I never got into "The Never-Ending Story" but a lot of people say it's a classic. There's also "The Dark Crystal"

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  • 7 years ago

    Try watching these movies.

    Mary and Max

    God Bless America

    World's Greatest Dad

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  • 7 years ago

    "Charlie Bartlett" is a great movie.

    Why not go for documentaries or National Geographic or NOVA programs if you happen to have streaming video or Netflix.

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  • 7 years ago

    son of the mask..

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