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Discussion in 'Movies & Entertainment' started by Ken Anderson, Mar 5, 2017.
I'll have to add Meatballs; the first one, with Bill Murray. Forget about 2, 3 or 4.
So glad you mentioned this one! I LOVED this movie, and have always loved Jeff Bridges ever since. Watched it again in the past year and liked it more than ever, everyone still so young and cute. His whole duet with his co-star, one of the extras on the DVD, was just adorable, too.
All About Eve.........
" Fasten your seatbelts................."
Its gonna be a bumpy ride - Fab !
I will usually stop and watch any 'Epic' movie that happens to come on.
'Spartacus', 'Ten Commandments', 'Ben-Hur', and of course 'Lawrence of Arabia'.
I really like these movies when they play the Intermission Music, gives me the feel of watching it as it was intended.
from my collection. watched it last night
Here is another old movie that I have always loved, and never get tired of watching. It is called "Broken Arrow" and stars Jimmy Stewart and Jeff Chandler, two of my favorite actors, and Debra Padget as the Indian maiden that Stewart's character is in love with. Jeff Chandler is Cochise, as he was in several of the movies of that era.
And of course, that James Stewart also rides a beautiful Appaloosa in this movie does not hurt either.
Somewhere In Time
Bridges of Madison County
Lost In Translation
Pan's Labyrinth......and many more.
watching Independence day on DVD
@Terry Page I could watch the bridges of Madison county over and over and never get sick of it
Has anybody seen Blaze ..I loved that as well ..and have watched it 3-4 times
Yes it's a favourite of my daughters as well @Kate Ellery they have watched it many times...
No I missed that one @Kate Ellery I will look out for it ..... it brings to mind the excellent "Ides Of March" which has a similar theme....
I like foreign and independent films the best so I can never remember their titles. Usually I can only watch a movie once though.
I liked the trilogy that Julie Delphy was in but all I can remember is that they all started with "Before". Sunrise??
Gee, I've never seen most of the movies you folks have listed as favorites. Some I've never heard of before. I need to get out more. A lot more. With that caveat, here's my short list:
There may be others, but we're in the middle of a solar eclipse, so......