Favorite Movies Of All Time

The list of films below will continue to grow but for now, these are my favorite films of all time. There is a massive difference between “best films” and “favorite films.” “Best films” are movies that are superior in quality and highly regarded based around their direction, acting, cinematography, music, etc. “Favorite films” are movies that I could watch over and over again. Though for me, some of my “favorite films” fall in to the “best films” category.” Check out the list below and comment with your “favorite” movies now!

True Romance
Favorite Movie of All Time

My favorite movie of all time. Easily the best script Quentin Tarantino has ever written and that can be proven during the Christopher Walken/Dennis Hopper sequence.

The Godfather II

To this day, I can’t find a single problem with this movie. A perfect masterpiece.

Terminator 2: Judegment Day

A film made in 1991 with special effects that still look better than some films coming out today!

Evil Dead 2
Sam Raimi’s masterpiece!

From Dusk Til Dawn

Any time Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez collaborate, movie magic occurs!

Mallrats

I grew up on this film.  Just don’t tell my parents!

Goodfellas

I like this film better than “The Godfather Part I”.  Yeah, I said it! You got a problem with that?

Vertigo

Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece.  The “Vertigo shot” is one of the greatest camera shots ever created! Zoom in and pull the camera back at the same time!

Requiem for a Dream

I’ll never forget walking out of this film and having to sit on a bench for thirty minutes because I was in shock!

Pulp Fiction

My wallet says “Bad Mother F*****” on it!  Enough said!

Reservoir Dogs

You shoot me in a dream, you better wake up and apologize” – Mr. White is so freakin awesome!

Clerks

37!

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

Love love love love love this film!

18 thoughts on “Favorite Movies Of All Time

  1. Some other greats that were not mentioned. All of which I ranked a 9 or 10 on IMDB (Rocky / Blade Runner / Taxi Driver / Jurassic Park / The Raid: Redemption / and one from my top 5 “Ghostbusters”

  2. Here’s a quick list of my favorites:
    The Matrix
    Inception
    300
    Project X- want to buy this movie but can’t find it anywhere….
    Rudy
    War Games

  3. I’m a fan of your work BDK, always enjoy your Junkies segment, big P1. Website looks great, pretty sick you’re getting to sit down with all these stars and silly directors. BT.

    Not sure if you’ve read Mario Puzo’s book but if you do I think you’ll change your mind on The Godfather II over The Godfather. I used to agree with you that Part II is a better film but then I read the book and it made me realize how great of an adaptation it is. Probably the best adapted script/film I’ve ever seen and read. Unbelievable how FFC was able to depict the scenes on film without sacrificing the detail and depth in the book. One of those rare cases where the film is just as good if not better than the book, which is great on its own.

  4. My favorites, just a short listing would be:
    Indiana Jones (any, but the last one)
    The Usual Suspects
    Anything Star Trek with Jean-Luc Picard
    Ace Ventura – Pet Detective
    and last but not least, The Secret of NIMH

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  5. BDK, keep up the good work. I definitely see some themes on your list.

    I could name a bunch but here are my favorites that come to mind: 25th Hour, Assasination of Jesse James, Carlito’s Way, Garden State, Dances With Wolves, Braveheart, Pulp Fiction, 500 Days of Summer, Drive, Unbreakable, Gladiator, Jerry McGuire…

  6. How can The Godfather Part 1 NOT be on this list? “I forgo the vengance of my son. But my youngest son had to leave this country because of this Sollozzo business. So now I have to make arraingments to bring him back safely cleared of all these false charges. But I’m a supersticious man. And if some unluck accident should befall him, if he should be shot in the head by a police officer, or if should hang himself in his jail cell, or if he’s struck by a bolt of lightning… *then I’m going to blame some of the people in this room*… and that, I do not forgive. But, that aside, let say that I swear, on the souls of my grandchildren, that I will not be the one to break the peace we have made here today. ” – Don Corleone

    C’mon, BDK. That there is one of the best lines ever uttered on screen. Hell, “I’m going to make him an offer he can’t refuse.” is #2 on AFI’s list.

    My question is how The Godfather Part 1 IS NOT on ur list?

  7. Deerhunter and Mystic River got me more than Requiem for a Dream. Do NOT watch Deerhunter unless you wanna get bummed out. Such a powerful movie.

  8. Pulp Fiction was a great film. In the morning before school (in middle school, mind you), I would fix my hair up to look like Jules Winnfield. Yeah…I did that. And thanks for comming to Mason.

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