Martin Blank";p="318023 wrote:Similar to the Anime Recommendations thread and in recognition of its success, I'm going to make this a sticky, but I'm also going to set similar rules:
1. Don't just throw lists up. That doesn't help much. Pick a few favorites, or perhaps something that's not well known, and try not to pick the same ones constantly. If seventeen people have already mentioned Dogma, it's probably going to be seen as a good recommendation.
2. Try to provide some background on it. Is it fantasy, sci-fi, or modern? Is it a drama, comedy, or romance? What is the basic premise? If foreign, is it available in dubbed, subtitled, both, or neither? Is there a particular name behind it, such as a gifted director? You don't have to answer all of these questions, and a complete critique isn't necessary, but a little background information is helpful.
Added Martin's Rules to here so more can read it. >.>
Since there is a list of Anime you should she why not a Movie list of movies people should see? Non-Anime ones.
Maybe this one will get stickyed too. >.> If possible link to a trailer so people can watch it if you don't want to give a Discrition of the movie.
SpaceBalls: Best described as a Sci-fi Miss adventure with Lone Star, Barf, and the Princess Vaspa. They must save everyone from the Evil Dark Helmet. Made by the great Mel Brooks. >.> SpaceBalls Trailer
Monty Python and the Holy Grail: A laugh out loud comedy about the miss adventure of King Aurther and his Knights of the Round table as they try and get to the Holy Grail. They meet up with many villians but can they find the Holy Grail through the FRENCH?
Add more here. >.>
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