Donnie Darko FTW.
Movie: 3:10 to Yuma or To Kill a Mockingbird
Show: The Office
I think I can narrow down some anime to include now since I couldn't back in 2004 when this thread started.
Movie: Escaflowne, Serenity, Final Fantasy Advent Children, Tekkonkinkreet
Series: Escaflowne, Firefly, Naruto, Tenchi (all of them), Samurai Champloo, Heroes, remove One Tree Hill from my 2004 list
Favorite movie(s): Fantastic 4 & Rise of the Silver Surfer, Spiderman movies, Transformer and Ironman
Favorite TV: Family Guy
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles is pretty good. I also loved the finale of Avatar: The Last Airbender, but I'm also disappointed that it's over. Or is it? Anyone know for sure?
I started watching Smallville recently as well, and I'm hooked for now.
As for anime, I like One Piece, GTO, Naruto and the now-over Death Note and Devil May Cry series. Can anyone recommend any show similar to these?
What about FLCL, Code Geass, and Blood+? I don't really know if they're similar but they're good. OH, Gintama is really good! Look for that!
Since my last comment I have watched the first 2 seasons of Dexter. That has now replaced everything else I've seen as my favorite TV show, its in a league of its own. I think season 3 starts in sept or oct on Showtime.
If you have Netflix, the first season is available to watch online.
Favorite Films (Movies) - Pirates Of The Caribbean, Final Destination 1, 2 and 3 and Resident Evil First and Second (Apocalypse) not watched Third (Extinction) yet.
Favorite TV Show - Top Gear
lol... family guy / SOME south park eps (especially the world of warcraft one lol)
Well, FLCL is my all time favorite anime so that one for sure - I haven't seen all of Code Geass or Blood+ yet so I can't really judge those yet. I have tons of anime still wrapped in the original plastic - priorities have changed a bit in my life so keeping up with all the new games and anime has been pushed way down the list. I try to catch up where I can though
Ice Pirates and Equalibrium for me. They are both good action movies.
To name one for each I would choose...
Movie: The Sting
Television Series: Arrested Development
Angela's Ashes (1999)
Directed by Alan Parker. With Emily Watson, Robert Carlyle, Joe Breen.
my fave tv show for now is star trek tos tv series (1966-1969). watch it on dvd. it makes me eager to see star trek movie. well it's actually zachary quinto that makes me attracted to the movie, but star trek is ftw!
Favorite movies wow.. since i own like a trillion of them that be hard to say. i guess its a mood thing to. shaun of the dead hot fuzz, terminators, last samurai, troy, borat,platoon, boondock saints, equilibrium. donnie darko, Gladiator, apocalypto, debbie does dallas and deepthroat(figure id put some good pron names in) man i can go on and on and on and on for like hours.
tv shows not so much cause i kinda despise of t.v. bunch of reality crap so i kinda just watch history channel, discovery, national geo. and of course adult swim. futurama athf
I still watch Smallville and personally think this season is the best so far. Dexter was excellent before, but seems kinda mediocre now. Terminator's also kinda sloppy now, I doubt it's gonna come back for another season. Supernatural's amazing though, with some great writing and acting, as is American Dad!, which is the funniest show on TV right now IMO.
I agree on Dexter. Its had maybe 1 really good episode this season, the rest have been alright, but nothing like any from season 2.
Monday's episode of Terminator was a bit odd, not sure how well I like them doing the story from everyone's perspective. But I thought one of the recent episodes was really good. I don't think its any worse than it was last year.
Fringe isn't very good, yet I continue to watch it.
Chuck is still pretty solid, I hope his ex girlfriend stick around, she's hot.
The Big Bang Theory is still decent for what it is.
Family Guy is a great show. I see it from time to time if I'm not already sleeping with it comes on. I can watch the same episode 5 times and still laugh.
Saw another great Ridley Scott film : “A Good Year”
I've grown attached to watching Scrubs, NCIS, and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Too many silly shows, too little time!
Cheers is the best show...
Have not watched a sitcom really since Cheers.
I think I posted this already, but I'm doing it again
TV Links: http://www.tv-links.cc/
of course the Star Trek
Lost and Smallville are the only two shows I watch.