It's a wonderful life
Sense and Sensibility
A room with a view
I wanna hold your hand
The Blues Brothers
Harold and Maude
Dinner at 8
My man Godfrey
Life is Beautiful
The lives of others, [and I remembered this without you mentioning them, GREAT movie.]
Enchanted April it IS April after all!
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Reason: I forgot these
Wizard of Oz
His Girl Friday
To Kill a Mocking Bird
Blow Up (just the best 1960's translation of the times and the role of women)
Remains of the Day
Under the Tuscan Sun
Secretariet (because I love this story)
Mostly women themed, but all examples of strong women.
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Reason: Missing title
The Sweet Hereafter
Romeo and Juliet (Zefferelli's)
Death in Venice
Imitation of Life (both of them)
War of the Roses (love Katherine Turner with Michael Douglas)
Thelma and Louise
Oh, man. I saw that one in the theater and had swollen eyes for the rest of the day. And I was not a kid at the time.
On the way out at the end of the movie, there were a couple of teenage girls walking out near me, and one of them said to the other one, "I almost cried once." I thought, "You ALMOST cried?!? What are kids made of these days??"