The Holy Grail,
The Holy Grail,
Fried Green Tomatoes (face it girl's, I'm older and can afford the insurance)
Rob Roy (Liam Neeson's got it going on...)
Tombstone,(I think Val Kilmer does an awesome Doc Holiday)
Sound of Music (have watched it every year since I was a kid)
there are more, but I cannot think of them right now.
The Big Country ( I bought an original script just for Burl Ives party crasher speech)
David Lean films -Lawrence of Arabia, Doctor Zhivago, Bridge on the River Kwai... et al
Alien & Blade Runner
Master and Commander
Too many to list, but here are a few:
Lord of the Rings--All three
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
The Ring (I only, II stank)
The Sixth Sense
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
The Matrix (I have taken the red pill)
Excalibur (Corny 80's movie but I love Arthurian Legend and I liked the Merlin character)
Adaptation (writing does not get any better)
Fiddler on the Roof (for a classic--I was a JW when I saw first saw this--really hit home)
Almost anything Indie and artful and quirky (i.e., Me, You and Everyone We Know)
There are many more,
When I'm sick or just feeling sorry for myself I watch one of these, Dirty Dancing, Grease, or Mary Poppins.
Erm......& I sing along. Loudly.
"Gleaming The Cube"
Bones Brigade III "The Search For Animal Chin"
Last of the Mohicans ... "You stay alive! You're strong! No matter how long no matter how far!! I WILL find you! You stay alive!!" booo hooo hooo ... Gawd I love that movie!!!
I have two... Dirty Dancing and The Notebook
If I really had to choose just one, it would be.... Gone with the Wind.
Tijkmo and I have good taste.
For me my all time favourite film besides Shawshank Redemption has to be The Hounds of the Baskervilles (the really old one with Basil Rathbone)
It sounds daft but the moors scenes always send the hairs on the back of my neck on end!