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Bushyfox  (Level: 174.4 - Posts: 2403)
Mon, 23rd Jan '06 3:37 PM


I was asked t'other day what was my all-time favorite movie. I was kinda stumped, as there would have to be more'n one.
Way up on the list would haveto be "Dances With Wolves"...but have a special corner in my heart for "The Green Mile" and the most recent "Joan Of Arc".
Being a sucker for a GOOD Western, "Lonesome Dove" is way up there as well.
"Jeremiah Johnson" stole my heart as well.

What about you guys...what movies have you tucked away in the archives of your heart/mind?

Eesusbejesus  (Level: 75.0 - Posts: 3641)
Mon, 23rd Jan '06 4:38 PM

In no particular order: The Color Purple, Little Big Man, Forest Gump, Christmas Vacation, Pee Wee's Big Adventure

Oogie54  (Level: 209.4 - Posts: 1120)
Mon, 23rd Jan '06 4:58 PM

I guess one would be LOTR, read the books last century. oogie, distant cousin of Bilbo

Magnolia1  (Level: 74.5 - Posts: 147)
Mon, 23rd Jan '06 6:25 PM

Way up on my list would be "Scent of a woman" with AL Pacino.

Machiabelly  (Level: 136.2 - Posts: 190)
Mon, 23rd Jan '06 7:12 PM

The Princess Bride

Suzer22  (Level: 165.6 - Posts: 1982)
Mon, 23rd Jan '06 9:38 PM

My all time fav would be 'To Kill a Mockingbird' ("Hey, Boo!") but when flipping channels I will always stop on 'Finding Forrester' and 'Working Girl'

Violetblue  (Level: 112.2 - Posts: 853)
Mon, 23rd Jan '06 10:33 PM


But I could list about twenty that I can watch again and again and never tire of (Saturday Night Fever, Godfather, Pulp Fiction, Gone With the Wind, Ocean's Eleven, It's a Wonderful Life, Forrest Gump, and on!).

Tmj302  (Level: 53.5 - Posts: 129)
Mon, 23rd Jan '06 11:53 PM

Newest - Napolean Dynamite (I could watch the dance scene all day) oldest, Freaks.
I love the Rocky Horror Picture Show, but among those I can watch over and over, The Color Purple, Beloved, Fried Green Tomatoes, Legend, & the Nightmare Before Christmas.

Markieboy  (Level: 269.4 - Posts: 198)
Tue, 24th Jan '06 8:04 AM

Pick any from Trainspotting, Cool Hand Luke, Ice Cold in Alex, The Man Who Would be King, Clerks, Sunset Boulevard, Le Diner du Cons, Das Boot

Ladyvol  (Level: 212.2 - Posts: 5649)
Tue, 24th Jan '06 8:49 AM

This is an easy one....Casablanca!

Tjwgct  (Level: 126.5 - Posts: 148)
Tue, 24th Jan '06 9:41 AM

Shawshank Redemption, Forrest Gump, the Bad Boys Movies, Old School, Terms of Endearment, the Big Chill, and most recently Brokeback Mountain. I could, of course, name many, many, many, many more.

Citrusy  (Level: 26.2 - Posts: 118)
Wed, 25th Jan '06 10:49 AM

Shindler's List, Saving Private Ryan, Enemy At The Gate (do you see a trend?) Star Wars (the original of course!) and Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile are also high on the list.

Missgeorge  (Level: 63.0 - Posts: 388)
Wed, 25th Jan '06 7:34 PM

Without a doubt, I like Patton with George C. Scott.

Bushyfox  (Level: 174.4 - Posts: 2403)
Thu, 26th Jan '06 4:19 PM

Thanks interesting selection, and some new ideas for me next time I head to the video-rental store!
I forgot that I liked "Lord Of The Rings" and "Harry Potter" a bunch, too!

Jenn326  (Level: 22.8 - Posts: 173)
Fri, 27th Jan '06 1:22 PM

Hmm, I'm a little late, but I would say any the 1st and 2nd LOTR, Star Wars (ORIGINAL 3), Gone With the Wind and Moulin Rouge.

Groupw  (Level: 144.4 - Posts: 153)
Sun, 29th Jan '06 1:37 AM

Smokey and the Bandit....rednecks before it was PC to be redneck, stupid human tricks in a car (been there, done that...even the jumping...let's not talk about clearing 4 tracks at the very steep RR crossing ), and faaaast trucks. Not to mention multiple gratuitous burnouts. Me, a gearhead? Naaaah.

Other favorites...Rudy, Contact, Matewan, Forrest Gump, and a brand new entry...The Aristocrats.

Kimmie7448  (Level: 19.9 - Posts: 362)
Sun, 29th Jan '06 4:48 PM

Oliver Stone's 'The Doors'
'Midnight Run'
'A Hard Day's Night'

and, of course....ALL James Bond films. Yes, all of them.

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