It is Dilwale Dulhania Le Jaayenge. Directed by Aditya Chopra and starring Shahrukh Khan and Kajol
Its a showdown between Titanic and Star Wars, but mostly Star Wars.
Answer 2Well, you might get some argument from film historians and critics about both of those choices.
Defining a "great" film can be difficult - do you measure box office receipts, action-figure tie-ins, or number of "Oscar" and other awards? Do you look for technical groundbreaking, memorable music and dialog, or what? What do you want a movie to do - entertain, enlighten, move you to a particular emotional response, or just occupy a couple hours of your time?
Everybody will have a different answer. Even the American Film Institute doesn't go much farther down than The "100 Greatest films of all time"...
Seeing as how movies, at least in their modern sense, have been around for nearly a century, you have a lot of nominees.
From the early years of film, you have several works by D W Griffith and Eisenstein that would demand attention even though they were silent. Other early silent film stas like Chaplin and Keaton produced classics that are still watched and studied by students of film.
Certainly, a half dozen movies from America's "Golden Age" would merit consideration - Citizen Kane, Stagecoach, even The Wizard of Oz.
During the 60s and 70s many great movies were produced, as film makers reflected the times - Kubrick's 2000-A Space Odyssey was a technical tour-de-force for its time. Cimino's The Deer Hunter, for all its negative press at the time, is an exquisitely photograped, well-acted, heart-felt, emotional paen to small town America and the meaning of friendship and loyalty - it has nothing to do with the Vietnam War.
As video games and other forms of entertainment altered our viewing habits, film makers have to respond in kind - leaving us with films where the actors spend their entire time in front of blue screen and the action is digitally added later on. These movies, while interesting, owe as much to computer programming as they do to film making. "300" and "Sin City" are perhaps harbingers of the future.
Greatest film of all time? I hope perhaps it hasn't made yet. After all, once you name a "Greatest", all the others can only be worse.
Just because a movie makes a lot of money, or is popular, doesn't not necessarily mean it is "great" - I give you "Dumb and Dumber" as an example. answercome on FORREST GUMP- i mean it had no rubbishy sequels or prequels it won a pile of Oscars and it makes you laugh and cry at the same time, it is hands down the best film of all-time xx x x x
aNSwEr 4Hairspray is the awesomest movie ever!!
The Dark Knight is the greatest movie of all-time
In HSM2 they wil,l so forget people saying they will have babies, get fat, drink lots of water and go to rehab
Question: What is rehab and why is the person that said that troy and Gabriella will get fat, go to rehab, have babies and drink lots of water absolutey STUPID and DISGUSTING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By 'What's Eating Gilbert Grape?' it means what is annoying him or eating away at him.