The Big Lebowski. O Brother Where Art Thou. Fargo. Barton Fink. Mulholland Drive. Lost Highway. Inland Empire, im a huge fan of David Lynch and the Cohen brothers. An American Werewolf in London. Jaws. Alien. The Maltese Falcon. Cookies Fortune. Joe's apartment, the musical numbers by the cockroaches are magnificent and Clash of The Titans, the original movie not the disgraceful remake which had me cursing at the TV screen.
Last Edit: Oct 7, 2016 8:30:22 GMT by scout: spelling
It is not very often that a film comes along that is suitable for all the family, although my wife and I found it very hard going, ok I do realise it is supposed to be aimed at children but our four grandchildren aged five, seven, ten, and sixteen, soon got very bored and went off and did something else, something missing as I like to say.
I did used to enjoy watching films but somehow, as the years go by, I don't have the patience to sit through one these days. My wife and I made the effort to support our local cinema several times many years ago to see films hailed as entertaining or masterpieces - and we walked out before the end each time.
The last time I was in a cinema was when the first Pirates of the Caribbean was released. Our son and daughter had been to see it and our daughter was insistent we should see it. She was correct - just great fun - and I think far better than any of the other, 'Pirates ... ' films.
The sound did not concern me, though it was loud. I was more than just a bit miffed (I won't use the words I was thinking) by the number of people talking all the way through and more so by the number of mainly children getting up to buy even more popcorn/drinks/ice cream about every 15 mins.
I've heard of a London cinema which is for people who want to watch the film; I must look it out.