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What's the best movie you have ever seen?

Casablanca, by Michael Curtiz, with Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman..

What is the best movie you have ever seen? What's a movie you've seen many times but you know you'll see it again in the future?

Depends on your mood as well as what genre of movie you wish to watch. Following is my personal list of the best movies to watch.A dark superhero Film ?The Dark Knight (2008)A dark comic book Film?Hellboy (2004)Another dark comic book film ?Dredd (2012)A superhero Film with Batons ?Kick-ass (2010)A thrilling, action packed bloodfest ?John Wick (2014)Films about friendship and courage in a mythical world ?The Lord of The Rings SeriesFilms to make you believe in magic ?The Harry Potter seriesA noire cop Film ?LA Confidential (1997)A noire Gangster movie ?The Godfather 1 & 2 (1972 & 1974 )A ‘Scientific’ Sci-Fi Film ?Interstellar (2014)A smart Film about AI ?Ex Machina (2015)A foray into the world of dreams ?Inception (2010)Biopic of a con man ?Catch Me if You Can (2002)A Musical ?La La Land (2016)A Film about Family ?About Time(2013)A feel good Film ?Les Intouchables (2011)A feel good Film about overcoming obstacles ?The Shawshank Redemption (1994)A feel good Film about Films ?Hugo(2011)A high school comedy ?21 Jump Street(2012)A college comedy from an Indian perspective ?3 Idiots (2009)A horror film ?The Conjuring (2013)An Indie thriller ?Coherence (2013)A gritty western ?Django Unchained (2012)Animated film with a lot of heart ?Up (2009)One with beautiful animation ?Kimi no Na Wa (2016)Credits :- All images are from Google images and belong to their respective owners.

WHATS THE BEST MOVIE YOU WATCHED?

The Shawshank Redemption.

What's THE best movie you've ever seen?

If you are any type of emotional human being it would have to be "The Elephant Man" a true story that takes place in London. It's a movie you really have to see and reflect on human interactions & relationships. An excellent movie for kids to see, insight into how they should not treat each other.

What’s the best movie you’ve seen in theaters?

I can’t REALLY answer this question. Comparing movies of different genres is often like comparing apples to oranges. There are big blockbuster super hero movies that I love and think are awesome and there are small indy films that I see and think are brilliant. And there is no “best” for me. There are many movies I have seen that I think are equally good.So I’ll just pick one movie that I really loved and was definitely one of the best I’ve seen in the last year or so - “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri.” This movie was brilliantly written, directed, and acted. The story was relevant and touching and there were so many levels and there really were no “bad guys” or “good guys” but rather just people living their lives the best they knew how based on their experiences which is pretty much what we’re all doing. It was just a brilliant look at life in general and it was also very funny and moving at times and surprising at times and all in all definitely one of my favorite films I saw at a theater in the last year or so.That being said, I will also say that I truly loved the most recent Marvel Film and in it’s genre it was no less of a great film and definitely one that demanded to be seen on a big screen! :-)

Whats the best line from the worst movie you ever saw?

Lots of movies out there are horrible but still have very cool lines of dialog so whats your pick? Mine is from street fighter and delivered by raul julia

Chun Li: My father saved his village at the cost of his own life. You had him shot as you ran away. A hero at a thousand paces!
Bison: I'm sorry... I don't remember any of it.
Chun Li: You don't remember?
Bison: For you, the day Bison graced your village was the most important day of your life. But for me... it was Tuesday.