Blade Runner, Fight Club, House of Flying Daggers, Shaolin Soccer, Kung Fu Hustle, Farewell My Concubine, Brazil, Kill Bill, The African Queen, Gone With the Wind, Amelie, Lost, Battlestar Galactica, Heroes, Firefly, Boogie Nights, Contact, Dr. Zhivago, Twin Peaks, Inland Empire, Life is Beautiful, Moulin Rouge, O' Brother Where Art Thou?, Oldboy..... to list a few . I'm a bit weak in the classics and gravitate toward movies made in the past 20 years.
What I Snack on in Movie Theaters
I smuggle enough snacks in for an army.... typically bottles of Diet Dr. Pepper plus giant boxes of Mike & Ike candies
Are you a Netflix employee?
Click on my Netflix profile to find recommendations, favorites, and eclectic lists detailing my varied tastes. Though I've seen nearly every contemporary Hollywood movie of merit, my first loves are foreign and independent film.
"Move quietly little mouse, the snowy owl waits above"
I'm happy you joined Wormhole Xtreme! I'm toying with the idea of expanding the theme of 'space-related SCI-FI' to simply 'SCI-FI'. My thinking was that maybe such a specific sub-genre would limit the range of discussion, after all, there's kind of shortage of SCI-FI as it is. I love SCI-FI in general even though I have my certain favorites. What are your thoughts on the matter?
Thanks. It was the first time I ever went to a 'Con' entertainment extravaganza. My boyfriend and I are so excited about going to ComicCon together in July; he and I bonded over 'Voyager' a couple years ago and we like to say that Star Trek brought us together!
"I've been on a Henry V kick as of late but haven't got around to replace the pulled links here (working on it now..).
Yes, the Branagh version is actually the only Shakespeare film adaptation I like him in. He was absolutely right…"
"Finally, Branagh's Henry V is released in Blu Ray! No extras, 'cept the original trailer. I don't mind. To have a legal copy with good picture and sound (and English subs if you want) is good enough for me. It…"
"The Age of the Earth (1980)Brazilian filmmaker Glauber Rocha, whose friends included Godard, Pasolini, Bertolucci, is described by one reviewer on imdb as "a loud man who didn't believe in subtlety." This, his final film, is 140…"
"The Civil War (1990, Ken Burns)
The all-out slaughtering of Americans on each other ended 150 years ago this year. Perhaps if every patriot living was forced to watch this seven part series in its entirety, even over a few days, we'll…"