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Lovely Day Media

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Vineland, New Jersey, US

Regardless of how old the movie is, what is the best movie you've seen in the last 6 months?

  For me, I think it's Donnie Darko.

Jan 02 13 01:07 pm Link

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JLC Images

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Phillipsburg, New Jersey, US

I just watched that movie again last night (Donnie Darko).  I love it.  The directors cut is great because it actually explains what is going on, but I love the original edit because I can come up with my own conclusion.

Jan 02 13 01:13 pm Link

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London Fog

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London, England, United Kingdom

In the last 6 months it would have to be Se7en...Directors Cut!

Awesome on Blu Ray!

Jan 02 13 01:16 pm Link

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kickfight

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Portland, Oregon, US

The King's Speech

What an artful little jewel of a film. It did not condescend nor did it patronize or did it preach. It did not try to strangle me with my own heartstrings nor attempt to scour my eyeballs and eardrums with relentless ADD-level hyper-kinetics. I was enchanted for nearly 2 whole hours, which is quite a feat.

God Bless America

Bobcat Goldthwait's latest. A heartwarming tribute to contemporary USA.

Yeah, no. Not really. Way-over-the-top satire.

The Campaign

Will Ferrell. Zach Galifianakis. I need say no more.

Jan 02 13 01:22 pm Link

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angel emily

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Boston, Massachusetts, US

Elizabethtown.

Everyone I know hated this movie and I thought it was so cute.

Jan 02 13 01:22 pm Link

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Al Abbazia

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Orlando, Florida, US

The Social Network

Jan 02 13 01:30 pm Link

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Wildcat Photography

Posts: 1486

Valparaiso, Indiana, US

Lovely Day Media wrote:
For me, I think it's Donnie Darko.

Excellent movie...killer 80's music!

Well, if only in the 6 months or so

The Hobbit
Goat Man
Silverado
The Car
Repoman
LOTR Trilogy
Heavy Metal
Star Trek

Wildcat

Jan 02 13 01:34 pm Link

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Let There Be Light

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Los Angeles, California, US

model emily  wrote:
Elizabethtown.

Everyone I know hated this movie and I thought it was so cute.

Not Crowe's best work but a fun movie. Susan Sarandon is awesome and the best cover of Freebird in the movies ever.

Jan 02 13 01:48 pm Link

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angel emily

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Boston, Massachusetts, US

Wildcat Photography wrote:
Repoman

Yes, this was a freakin' GREAT movie - haha!

Oh wait, I thought we were talking about Repo! The Genetic Opera  -- ;x My bad!  I've never seen Repoman, haha.

Jan 02 13 01:51 pm Link

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Paolo Diavolo

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Martinez, California, US

Spaceballs was on a movie channel this morning so i watched it. hahaha i forgot how funny it is.

I rented The Avengers a while ago.
That was a good super hero movie.

I also liked In Time.

Jan 02 13 02:00 pm Link

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Lovely Day Media

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Vineland, New Jersey, US

Paolo Diavolo wrote:
Spaceballs was on a movie channel this morning so i watched it. hahaha i forgot how funny it is.

I worked at a movie theater in 1987 when Spaceballs was new.  I thought it was pretty hysterical then.  I got to see the whole thing because the general manager royally screwed the pooch when he set it up.

  Comb the beach!

Jan 02 13 02:16 pm Link

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Del Geno Durham

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Beaumont, Texas, US

"The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3" for like the 100th time on YouTube...the original 1974 version.

Jan 02 13 04:35 pm Link

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Marc Damon

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Biloxi, Mississippi, US

I like movies where the bad guy wins. There aren't many of them around. Maybe that's part of what makes the Godfather trilogy so fantastic.

Jan 02 13 04:39 pm Link

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Gurmej Badesha

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Birmingham, England, United Kingdom

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Classic Mann. Great crime thriller

Jan 02 13 05:41 pm Link

Jan 02 13 05:42 pm Link

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Gurmej Badesha

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Birmingham, England, United Kingdom

Jules NYC wrote:
The Jerk

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AI8NuFAETMQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JSJ44HKx1E

Hahahaha. Fantastic film very funny :-D

Jan 02 13 05:46 pm Link

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Jules NYC

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New York, New York, US

Gurmej Badesha wrote:

Hahahaha. Fantastic film very funny :-D

It is glaringly apparent that the English get my humour...
pretty much always:)

Jan 02 13 05:48 pm Link

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Wildcat Photography

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Valparaiso, Indiana, US

Wildcat Photography wrote:
Repoman

Yes, this was a freakin' GREAT movie - haha!

model emily  wrote:
Oh wait, I thought we were talking about Repo! The Genetic Opera  -- ;x My bad!  I've never seen Repoman, haha.

LOL!

You ought to watch it...drinking while doing so will help...

Jan 02 13 05:50 pm Link

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Farenell Photography

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Albany, New York, US

Casablanca NEVER gets old.

Lincoln was pretty damn good.

Perks of Being a Wallflower is probably the best of its genre since the 1980's.

Jan 02 13 05:55 pm Link

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Kelsey Baile

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Brockville, Ontario, Canada

Ive never seen Donnie Darko! I own it, but just never got around to it.
My top three favourite movies are,
3. Law Abiding Citizen
2. Gladiator
1. A Beautiful Mind
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Jan 02 13 11:07 pm Link

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Vintagevista

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Sun City, California, US

Lincoln was damned good - best I've seen in about 3 or 4 years.

Jan 02 13 11:14 pm Link

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Cherrystone

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Columbus, Ohio, US

The Green Mile

Jan 02 13 11:24 pm Link

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Justin

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Fort Collins, Colorado, US

If I've seen LA Confidential in the last six months, I'd go with that. And I probably have.

If not, Lincoln, currently in theaters.

Jan 03 13 08:19 am Link

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DanaBarrett Photography

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Franklin, Tennessee, US

I love movie threads! 

Movie I have watched in the last six months:

White Christmas  - a classic but a goodie

Movie I was exposed to in the last 6 months:

This Means War - funny, action, and romance all tied into one, a good flick

Jan 03 13 08:32 am Link

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Snowmonkey Design

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London, England, United Kingdom

hmm, only just got round to watching it but Hugo  in 3D ...Im 3D obsessed so loved it..also Priceless with Audrey Tatou ,very funny smile

Jan 03 13 08:33 am Link

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Beth Chambers

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London, England, United Kingdom

Repoman, Law Abiding Citizen and This Means War are all awesome!

Jan 03 13 02:42 pm Link

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N Butler

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South Portland, Maine, US

The Master was the best one I caught in the theater, closely followed by Djano Unchained.  The best I watched at home aside from the usual dozen that I always blab on about were Phantom of the Paradise (1975), House (1977), and The King of Comedy (1982), and Suspiria (1977). 

House is the most batshit insane movie I've seen in a long time, and I've seen some batshit movies.

Jan 03 13 02:47 pm Link