Da Vinci Code?

So what is your favorite movie seen this year?

One rule- You had to have seen it on the “big screen” and I don’t mean big screen television.

Mine is “X-Men III- The Last Stand”.

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I’ll move this thread to our forum dedicated to the arts.

Moved from IMHO to CS.

Hey, nice username. And I even know what it means! We liked “Prarie Home Companion”

Thank You

I obviously have lots to learn about message boards.


No problem; we’re not your average message board anyway. Just wander around and you’ll figure us out. You might want to talk a look at the sticky threads in About This Message Board while you’re at it.

Thank you, yours is the very first reply to a ‘thread’ or ‘post’ I have received so far that has not told me the proper way to go about doing something.

This whole blog experience has been very exhausting for me. Too much to learn and not enough time!

Chefguy-To address your reply directly, do you refer to the movie, or the book. My user name was chosen from a combination of both plus the British Oxford dictionaries meaning for Fubsy, which is a combination of the two words Fat and Chub(by), hence

Thank you again, I shall.

I would really like this to work out prior to my month long ‘Guest’ status running out.

Over the Hedge

I did enjoy it, but it’s also the only movie I’ve seen at a theater so far this year, so it wins by default.

Wordplay. Who’da thunk it, a movie about crossword puzzle creators and competitors being so interesting?

I went to a matinee of POTC 2 today and I loved it! My favorite movie of the year so far.

So far, “V for Vendetta,” but the only other movie I’ve seen this year is “The Hills have Eyes.” (I don’t get to movies much).

I lurve Natalie Portman, though.

I’ve been meaning to see the X-Men movie, as well as The Davinci Code.

Haven’t yet, but if they’re still out there, I probably will.

The Proposition. I’ve seen somewhere around 20 films so far this year, and it’s the clear favorite. I was a little worried about it before I saw it - I love Nick Cave, but it seemed like it might be a vanity project. It ended up being thoroughly stunning, and, despite being set in Australia, my favorite Western ever.

I can’t remember all of the movies I’ve seen this year so far, but off the top of my head I’d say it’s a toss-up between V for Vendetta and An Inconvenient Truth (with Leonard Cohen: I’m Your Man and United 93 as runners-up).

I guess that’s cheating, but I’m indecisive.

Capote, though maybe this is because the only other movie I’ve seen this year is Stick It.

  1. V for Vendetta

  2. United 93

I’m seeing Pirates 2 in about 4 hours, so that may change.

I liked the one about the animated cars. What was its name again?

“The Incredibles”.

The movie. I used to work with a guy who referred to his wife as “fubsy” in an affectionate way. He told me the meaning.

Starting with the best:

  1. The Inside Man
  2. V for Vendetta
  3. Ice Age 2
  4. X-Men 3

United 93 has stuck with me the most. An Inconvenient Truth would be a close second.

Just for entertainment value I liked Cars and Sin City.