I don’t watch movies so I don’t have a favorite but I’m really curious to see who answers what.
The Thing directed by John carpenter
Fear and loathing in Las Vegas
I don’t watch many movies since sz but I use to watch a bunch…there are so many to chose from
The Matrix, The Indiana Jones movies, The Star Wars movies, The Lord of the Rings movies…Lots of good Marvel movies. I can’t choose just one!
All the ones that @Bowens said, if I had to choose just one
Batman dark knight
my favorite movie is “Roadie” starring Meat Loaf, Art Carney, Alice Cooper, Gaylord Sartain, and many more…hank williams junior and roy orbison sing the eyes of Texas in a bar at one point…classic …I think they were trying to get another rocky horror picture show follow up when they made this one.
For the time being,
I love the movie called “David and Lisa 1998” it’s about these two people falling in love in a psychiatric hospital.
It’s so cute
It will always be Jaws by Steven Spielberg.
LOTR series wins easily. I think my favorite one is the second. The third was too highly anticipated. It didn’t live up to the hype.
“Tombstone” starring Kurt Russel and Val Kilmer is one of them.
I saw “Spice World”, it should have one a Best Picture Oscar.
Good fellas love the narration
Oh goodness, It’s hard for me to pick just one. Lol!
I know my favorite horror movie of all time is the original Dawn of the Dead. I even have a VHS copy of the uncut edition.
Book of Eli
I recently found out that some of the footage for this movie was lost, then found, but in an irreparably damaged condition. Bummer, huh?
TROUBLE IN PARADISE. I watched it after work, when I was working, and I was totally relaxed and enthralled.
the usual suspects
The Shopping Mall one from the early 2000s?
That’s my favorite zombie movie ever hands down. The video game Dead Rising ripped its plot and concept entirely from that film.
Garden State but I think raya and the last dragon I remember saying at the end this is like my favorite movie. I think I remember almost crying three times I like awkwafin
Magnificent Obsession by Douglas Sirk.