#1 Posted by 202122 (1253 posts) - - Show Bio

I need some movies to watch I don't mind what genre as long as it's good, although while we're at it you might as well mention your favourite superhero movie live action or animated

#2 Edited by Deadite (25091 posts) - - Show Bio

@202122 said:

I need some movies to watch I don't mind what genre as long as it's good, although while we're at it you might as well mention your favourite superhero movie live action or animated

My favorite live action superhero movie: The Dark Knight

I'll suggest a few in each category that I like:

  1. Science Fiction: The Thing, Serenity (If you would like to see the TV series it's based on first, than you'll have to wait on this one.)
  2. Western: Maverick (1994), Unforgiven
  3. Horror: Stephen King's IT, Salem's Lot (2004) The Shining (1980)
  4. Gothic: Flowers In the Attic
  5. Apocalypse movie: The Postman
  6. Comedy: Dodgeball-The Underdog Story, Hot Tub Time Machine.
  7. Greatest hits: As Good As It Gets,
  8. Fantasy: Stardust, Jumanji, Hook
  9. Revenge: Shawshank Redemption, The Prestige, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
  10. Mafia: Goodfellas


  1. Hardcore Vampire: John Carpenter's Vampires (1998), The Night Flier
  2. Zombie: Day of the Dead (1985)
  3. Short story collection's movie: Nightmares & Dreamscapes
  4. Other: Storm of the Century (1993)
#3 Posted by SavageDragon (2257 posts) - - Show Bio

The Godfather Part 1 and 2, Boondock saints, Girls Dont Cry,

Favorite super hero movie is probably Dredd, with Batman Begins as a close second.

#4 Posted by Tacos_Kickass (844 posts) - - Show Bio

Watch Brokeback Mountain, a classic western about two manly cowboys doing manly cowboy things.

#5 Edited by lilben42 (2688 posts) - - Show Bio

@202122: If your looking for fun movies I would watch

  1. Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol
  2. Mr. and Mrs. Smith
  3. Killers
  4. Transformers
  5. The Incredibles
  6. Despicable Me
  7. Hitch

For more serious and intense movies

  1. Inception
  2. Skyfall
  3. Salt
  4. The Matrix (all of them)
  5. Hancock
  6. Source Code
#6 Posted by RIKR2 (12544 posts) - - Show Bio

the last movie i saw where Ted (funny as hell) and Rurouni Kenshin (if your fan of anime and manga)

#7 Posted by Veshark (9254 posts) - - Show Bio

Favorite live-action superhero film: The Dark Knight, followed by Spider-Man 2 and the Avengers

Favorite animated superhero film: Wonder Woman, followed by Return of the Joker and the Incredibles

I'm more of a TV-series type of guy than a movie one, so I only have a few recommendations from recent viewings:

  • Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (Great spy movie, this one. Slower than a continental drift, but the mood and everyone's nuanced performances are terrific. Really sets the drab tone of the Cold War-era espionage world, and it's a polar opposite to James Bond.)
  • Them! (My favorite black-and-white B-movie, it tells the classic tale of giant ants killing people. Sure, the script and effects are dated, but it has a certain charm to it, and was one of the first 'radiation-creates-monsters' movies.)
  • 21 Jump Street (I was quite surprised that I ended up liking this movie. Despite disliking Jonah Hill's work (Superbad, Funny People etc), I found this to be a fun and thoroughly entertaining comedy. It's got a good mix of stupid screwball stuff and witty humor, and a cast of endearing characters.)
  • Enemy At the Gates (Good WWII film set in the Eastern Front at the Battle of Stalingrad. Jude Law plays a Russian sniper who has sex with a woman while sleeping next to other Russian soldiers in the barracks. Interesting movie, though!)
  • Gattaca (Old but good, classic SF movie about the fears of biomedicine and eugenics. Despite lacking any of the 'flash' that most SF movies have, it remains compelling simply because of the mood and emotions it evokes. There's a pale loneliness in the entire movie, with a beautiful theme in the background)
  • American Gangster ("EITHER YOU SOMEBODY. OR YOU AIN'T NOBODY". I enjoyed this movie a fair bit. I've heard it's idealized and not very real-life accurate, but Denzel and Russell Crowe give great performances. Jay-Z's album of the same name is a great companion to the movie as well, if you enjoy hip-hop).
#8 Posted by umbrafeline (5919 posts) - - Show Bio

forbidden planet, plan 9 from outerspace, public enemies, anything by mel brooks, classic godzilla, transformers [do NOT confuse this masterpiece with bayformers], dr zhivago, lord of the flies, anything starring denzel washington

#9 Posted by The_jackolantern (501 posts) - - Show Bio

End of watch.buddy cop action thriller

#10 Posted by Rumble Man (11198 posts) - - Show Bio

#11 Posted by _Cain_ (23736 posts) - - Show Bio


Here's a few miscellaneous of my favorite movies, and a few I think you might like.

Fight Club: This film is absolutely incredible, probably one of my favorites of all time. Don't let the title fool you, this is not at all an action movie whatsoever, calling this movie Fight Club is like calling The Empire Strikes Back "The Battle of Hoth"...It happens in the film, but it DEFINETLY is not the main basis. This movie takes a look at what makes men, men, and how consumer culture has taken over the world. It's quite deep, and this is one of the FEW movies (that due to the ending I won't spoil), actually is better the second time you watch it.

The Boondock Saints: This movie, while not a perfect or even extremely great movie, is one of my favorites as well. It tells the story of two working class Irish brothers descending into vigilantism. The thing about this film is that if you see it, you will either do one of two things, Think it's f*cking deplorable, or absolutely love it. It's funny as all hell, it has some great action scenes, and, after seeing it, I refuse to watch any movie that doesn't have something as awesome as Willam Dafoe shooting a glock into the air yelling "IT WAS A FIREFIGHT!"

The Crow: Ahhh, finally a comic book movie! This one is a sight to remember, a Gothic Action movie about a rockstar and his girlfriend that were done wrong by a group of criminals, so he is revived from the grave with supernatural powers to hunt down and murder the thugs one by one. Quite dramatic and heart wrenching as it pulls down the veils of what crime is like, and somedays we just all wish a zombie anti-hero goth badass would murder them ontop of a rain church with a sword shaped weather vain >.>

The Dark Knight: Nothing I can say about this film that hasn't been said. SEE IT. NOW

there's a few for you, if you want more just say the word

#12 Posted by SpideyIvyDaredevilFan26 (6711 posts) - - Show Bio

@202122 said:

I need some movies to watch I don't mind what genre as long as it's good, although while we're at it you might as well mention your favourite superhero movie live action or animated

Well, I'll need to know your favorite movies first before I recommend anything.

#13 Posted by judasnixon (8312 posts) - - Show Bio

You should dive into the world of Takashi Miike. He made so many crazy movies, Ichi the Killer, Izo, 13 Assassins, Gozu, Vistor Q, Dead or Alive, Audition, Imprint, Sukiyaki Western Django, One Miss Call, and a #@$% ton more......  

#14 Posted by Aiden Cross (15726 posts) - - Show Bio

I really enjoyed Intouchables, French movie but with lots of humor and a heart warming story :)

#15 Posted by JohnnyGat (1592 posts) - - Show Bio

@Aiden Cross said:

I really enjoyed Intouchables, French movie but with lots of humor and a heart warming story :)

I expected that movie to be extremely cheesy. But it was enjoyable, would also recommend.

On a side note, Hot Tub Time Machine.

#16 Posted by Havenless (1625 posts) - - Show Bio
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If you've never seen this movie... I have no advice that can save your from your self-inflicted purgatory.

#17 Posted by Inphase (384 posts) - - Show Bio

The Lord of the Rings (all of them)

Conan the Barbarian (1982)

Hot Fuzz

Back to the Future (All of them)

Prometheus, then watch the Alien movies (not Alien vs predator)

Star Trek (2009)

Those are some of my favorite movies. My favorite superhero movie would probably be The Dark Knight.

#18 Edited by Battle_Forum_Junkie (10106 posts) - - Show Bio

Good superhero movies:

Captain America


Amazing Spider-man

All the Nolanverse Batman movies I haven't seen the last one yet, but I hear it's great.

Some more light hearted family movies:

The Incredibles


#19 Posted by rolldestroyer (3544 posts) - - Show Bio

if you love action you should probably watch this:


Nolan trilogy (about batman)

Spider man trilogy along with Amazing spider man

Transformers trilogy

Star wars

Lord of the rings

Bourne series

Die hard series

Mission impossible series

Bond trilogy (cragi's films are the best bond movies IMO)

last 4 harry potter films are pretty good also.

#20 Posted by InnerSuperman (897 posts) - - Show Bio

watch jeepers creepers one and two they were really good i have no idea why nobody talks about them.

#21 Edited by The_Lunact_And_Manic (3296 posts) - - Show Bio
  • Frankenweenie (2012)
  • Dark Shadows
  • Edward Scissorhands
  • Shutter Island
  • Contagion
#22 Posted by Xorion (447 posts) - - Show Bio

I highly recommend Agora. Other than that A beautiful mind, Les Misérables, Limitless, Mar Adentro, Memento, Limitless, Amadeus, Sin city... While saying that I've come to my best live action comic book movie which is oddly enough Sin city. I love the tone of the movie

#23 Edited by TheCheeseStabber (8195 posts) - - Show Bio

Smoking Aces <3

The Messengers (Pyshcological Ghost During DaylightHorror)

Reservoir Dogs<3

Suicide Kings<3

(<3 great Crime Films)

#24 Posted by FalconPuuunch (947 posts) - - Show Bio


The Raid: Redemption

#25 Posted by Glitch_Spawn (17179 posts) - - Show Bio

SLC Punk.

#26 Posted by YourNeighborhoodComicGeek (20887 posts) - - Show Bio


  • Ip Man - Really good martial arts combat movie. It is entirely in Japanese but has subtitles on Netflix.
  • Ip Man 2 - Sequel to the first one, and arguably better. Also has great martial arts combat scenes, and on Netflix.
  • The Raid : Redemption - Like Ip Man, but a lot more brutal and has a very unique style.
  • Batman : Under the Red Hood - Film adaptation of the Under the Hood storyline. Very emotional and action-packed.
  • The Shawshank Redemption - Masterpiece film crafted perfectly about an innocent man in prison. Easily one of the best films I've seen in my life.
  • Dumb & Dumber - Like the Three Stooges but way funnier. Lots of hilarious physical comedy and ironic twists.
  • Breaking Bad - Not a movie (a series), but it is the best thing I have watched in my life. Yes, better than The Shawshank Redemption.
#27 Posted by Duncan (11470 posts) - - Show Bio

Terminator 2

#28 Posted by Edamame (29327 posts) - - Show Bio

@202122: I'd recommend:

1. Saving Private Ryan

2. Batman: Under The Red Hood (animated)

3. Contagion

4. Shutter Island

5. Warrior (2011)

#29 Posted by TDK_1997 (15846 posts) - - Show Bio

If you haven't watched The Departed,watch it!

#30 Posted by coolguyr99 (3177 posts) - - Show Bio

Dead Man Shoes

This Is England


Wild Bill