Favorite Movie

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  • Angharad

    Star wars ( the original ones)

    Holy Grail & Life of Brian

    Something about Mary.

    City of Angels

    Shrek & 2

    Sixth sense

    I'll probably think of more !

  • TresHappy

    I watched this, commercial breaks and all, last night on TNT!

  • Panda

    Twelve Monkey's that's my main type of film. Also Being There with Peter Sellers

    Curdled (if you haven't seen this film you must... you must)

    Pulp Fiction

    Zhu (LIFE): a Chinese film which has subtitles)get your hankies out for this one. It is long but worth it.

    The Last Emperor (get the Chinese version)

    On the internet I like the short films 405 and the Lonely Astronaut

  • Cicatrix

    "The Secret of Roan Inish"

    "Sleepy Hollow"

    I love mythology, and every time I watch these movies, I find yet another mythological connection.

  • formerout

    Charlotte's Web........ an absolute classic.

    American Beauty..... Another great one.


  • candidlynuts

    disaster movies!

    armageddon, independence day, deep impact....

    my fave fluff movie is The Sex Monster. its a must see if your honey ever teases you about wanting a threesome.. paybacks a beeeatch babay!

  • Frannie Banannie
    Frannie Banannie


    Steel Magnolias

    Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey

    Star Wars Trilogy

    Dirty Dancing

    Wizard of Oz

    Miss Congeniality (Sandra Bullock)

    Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory


    Lethal Weapon (trilogy)

    Tim (with Mel and Piper)

    The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother

    Transylvania 6-5000

    Turk 182

    ...................just to name a few

  • mrsjones5

    The Big Chill



    The Rear Window



    All the Harry Potter Movies

    Willy Wonka


    Rocky Horror Picture Show


    The Usual Suspects

    Sabrina (the original with Audrey Hepburn)

    Any Christmas Carol movie

    I know there are a few more, i'll post them when i think of them.

    Mrs Jones

  • Preston

    I don't know if I have a favorite movie of all time. I am a huge fan of Bergman's "Fanny and Alexander", a theatrical fairy tale dream play that just came out on DVD with a couple of hours of footage not used in the theatrical version. It's a beautifully crafted tale that I watch every year around this time because much of it centers around family, and christmas, and get togethers. There's a stronger sense of mood in that film than anything else you'll probably see this year and I strongly recommend that you see it if you haven't done so. Tarkovsky's "Andrei Rublev" is a close second on my list, no other film puts into context the difficult path of the artist. Not a biographical film, but nevertheless, a movie that seems a lot more grander than the russian artist who's name is used in the title. I would put it on the same level as a lot of the important novels of the previous century. "2001: A Space Odyssey" is another movie that I admire. I don't think its a science fiction film per se, but I do think it does an excellent job showing how there is a path of enlightnment that is guided by a benevolent unseen force. A very moody, epic film that continues to amaze me. I also like "Hedwig and the Angry Inch", "Once Upon a Time in the West", "Mulholland Drive", "MIller's Crossing", "The Godfather", "Sanso the Baliff" and "Blue Velvet".

  • Nancy Drake
    Nancy Drake

    My favorite movies are...

    Donnie Darko

    Cruel Intentions

    Anne of Green Gables

    Sound of Music

    The Parent Trap

    But my very favorite is Donnie Darko...

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