I haven't answered this yet because it's out of the realm of possibility. I love so many movies, I can't choose. I can't even narrow down my favorites in different genres. But I will always have special places in my heart for (INPO) the Sandlot (nostalgic childhood movie -- pee-drinking, crap-face), Best in Show (did you know it's mostly improv? amazing), Willow (dork fantasy side) and Simon Burch (first movie that really made me cry -- oh, and Timmy from Jurassic Park is in it ... love him). That's just the tip of the iceberg.
Last of the Mohicans!!! Daniel-Day-Louis kills it as Nathaniel and didn't he win best actor this year? Chinguchgook is the coolest character in any movie ever. He would kick william wallace's arss, out bluff Bond in poker and take down michael corelone's empire all at once! Plus the soundtrack is amazing. Remember when you watch that nike football commercial and wondered where you had heard that song before? RIGHT HERE SON!
i simply do not believe that such a debate has taken place without ANYONE as much as MENTIONING The Matrix.....
Shame on all of you, best plot ever created, best fighting scenes and best follow up on details. The amount of hidden messages and references to the bible is astonishing. If you do not think this is the best movie, then its because who did not understand the plot or the meaning of the film.
Shame on you
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