Hello i'm new here and my top 105 favorite movies!


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My name is John Lindsey, i'm 22 years old and my interests are movies, TV, entertainment, reading, working on fridays and saturdays, Las Vegas, Traveling, Star Wars, sci-fi, horror, fantasy, animation, anime, Comics, DC, Marvel, Disney, libraries, fun and Collecting.

My Favorite TV Shows: Mystery Science Theater 3000, Transformers, X-Files, Simpsons, He-Man, Sliders, Star Trek ( All varieties), Thundercats, The Incredible Hulk ( Lou Ferrigno and Bill Bixby), Batman: The animated Series, Smallville, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Angel, Justice League, Inu Yasha, Ranma 1/2, Sailor Moon, Dragonball Z, Farscape, Xena, Hercules: The Legendary Journies, Ducktales, Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers, Sex and The City, Alf, CSI, Yu Yu Hasuko, V: The Series, Spongebob Squarepants, Kingdom Hospital, Tales from The Crypt, The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Millenium, Seinfeld, X-Men, The Muppet Show, and Cheers.

Now for my top 105 favorite movies ever! please rate or grade them if you wish:

1. The Dark Crystal ( The greatest movie ever in my opinion!!!).
2. Star Wars: A New Hope.
3. Harry Potter Movies.
4. Lord of the Rings Trilogy.
5. The Last Unicorn ( A great 1982 animated flick soon to be remade).
6. Mulan.
7. The Wizard of Oz.
8. Total Recall.
9. The Fifth Element.
10. Blade Runner.
11. The Empire Strikes Back.
12. Return of the Jedi.
13. Howard The Duck.
14. Psycho ( Original).
15. The Shining.
16. The Thing ( 1982).
17. Braveheart.
18. Aliens.
19. The Terminator ( 1 & 2).
20. Akira.
21. Ghost in The Shell.
22. Batman ( 1989).
23. Pulp Fiction.
24. Big Trouble in Little China.
25. The Secret of N-I-M-H.
26. Labyrinth.
27. The Princess Bride.
28. Return to Oz.
29. Jury Duty ( Pauly Shore's best movie!).
30. Con Air.
31. Armageddon.
32. The Rock.
33. Die Hard ( 1 & 2).
34. True Lies.
35. The Crow.
36. Schindler's List.
37. Blade ( 1 & 2).
38. X-Men ( 1 & 2).
39. Spider-Man ( 1 & 2).
40. Jurassic Park Trilogy.
41. Independence Day.
42. Stargate.
43. Titanic.
44. Men in Black.
45. In The Army Now.
46. Dark City.
47. The Running Man.
48. Starship Troopers.
49. Gettysburg.
50. Wizards.
51. Aladdin.
52. Beauty and The Beast.
53. Lilo and Stitch.
54. Dawn of the Dead ( 1978).
55. Dawn of the Dead ( 2004 remake).
56. The Evil Dead Trilogy.
57. From Dusk Till Dawn.
58. Vampire Hunter D.
59. Toy Story ( 1 & 2).
60. The Green Mile.
61. Oliver and Company.
62. Scanners.
63. Re-Animator.
64. 2001: A Space Odyssey.
65. Full Metal Jacket.
66. Pirates of The Caribbean.
67. Dead Alive ( a.k.a. Braindead).
68. Encino Man.
69. Final Destination ( 1 & 2).
70. Kill Bill ( 1 & 2).
71. Scarface.
72. Antz.
73. Shrek.
74. Lethal Weapon ( First 3 movies).
75. Saving Private Ryan.
76. Excalibur.
77. Transformers: The Movie.
78. The Sword in The Stone.
79. The Exorcist.
80. The Sixth Sense.
81. Halloween ( 1 & 2).
82. Hellraiser ( 1, 2 and 3).
83. Making Contact ( a.k.a. Joey) ( a very little seen but great 1985 German made horror fantasy from Roland Emmerich about a child with Carrie-like powers that battles an evil dummy and beings from another dimension).
84. The Hobbit.
85. The Flight of Dragons.
86. Moulin Rouge.
87. Friday The 13th ( parts 1, 3, Final Chapter, Jason Lives, New Blood, Jason Goes To Hell and Jason X).
88. A Nightmare on Elm Street ( parts 1, 3, 4 and Freddy's Dead).
89. Freddy Vs. Jason.
90. Sling Blade.
91. Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery.
92. Spaceballs.
93. Fist of the North Star ( Animated version).
94. Spirited Away.
95. Kiki's Delivery Service.
96. Princess Mononoke.
97. Sleeping Beauty.
98. The Matrix.
99. Indiana Jones Trilogy.
100. The Mummy.
101. A Bug's Life.
102. Finding Nemo.
103. Monsters Inc. ( Pixar rules).
104. Back To The Future.
105. Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

So there you have it!



Anyone who puts John Carpenter's The Thing that high on their all-time list is cool with me. (check out my sig line ;) )

Welcome to the site, and I hope you find lots here to keep you entertained.



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Staff member
welcome to the site ... that's quite an introduction.

i noticed that stargate made your movie list but no sg1 on the tv list?


Dark Lord of the Typos
Howdy! Big Trouble in Little China only ranks 24th !?! ;)

You've got a pretty good movie list there. Except for Dead Alive. Sorry, but I found that movie repulsive. Although scene with the priest and teh arms getting ripped off and used as weapons was pretty amusing. The only other movie I can think of with a similar scene was Cannibal: The Musical. :D

No Star Wars prequels?

Anyway, hope you enjoy the site. :)


darthskelington said:
You've got a pretty good movie list there. Except for Dead Alive. Sorry, but I found that movie repulsive.

A little trivia for you guys, but Skel in particular. Dead Alive, otherwise known as Braindead, was an independent movie filmed over ten years ago by a new director by the name of Peter Jackson. Yep, the same guy who just brought us LOTR.

And yes, it was most definitely a gross-out movie. :)


Jedi Freezeman


5. The Last Unicorn ( A great 1982 animated flick soon to be remade).

I've been trying to find a copy for a while. Remade as in brand new or re-released?

Darth Boru

Celtic Sith
Welcome to the forums John.

Can't believe Conan the Barbarian didn't make it in there somewhere, just for its great comic-to-movie translation. One of the best in that genre,IMHO, way before xmen or spidey were even thought of.


New Recruit
I do like The prequels and i own them on DVD, cant wait for the DVD of the Star Wars classic trilogy, i'm going to definitely own it.

Conan The Barbarian, i enjoy that one and that's the best of all sword and sorcery fantasy flicks. I own it on DVD including it's sequel, i'm a major sci-fi-horror-fantasy geek.

The Last Unicorn is already released on DVD, well there is going to be a big budget live-action remake in 2006 with Christopher Lee in it again. That's a great animated movie, it's even got one of the sexiest toon chicks ever and she even gets naked :), The Last Unicorn ( The original animated flick) is a must see.

Howard The Duck was a great George Lucas produced flick based on a Marvel Comic, you should also rent that movie.

Darth Boru

Celtic Sith
Maybe you'd also like 'Legend' with a very young Tom Cruise and an Awesomely made-up Tim Currie. An interesting, okay movie to while away a wet evening at the very least, also about the fate of the last unicorn.

I liked it, but then Ilike most sci-fi fantasy stuff :)