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  1. #81
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    American History X
    Duck Soup
    Steel Magnolias
    African Queen
    pretty much anything by Quentin Tarantino
    The Princess Bride
    Bend It Like Beckham
    Out of Africa
    Touching the Void
    Slumdog Millionaire
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    My list of slightly more than 10

    It's a wonderful life
    Sense and Sensibility
    A room with a view
    10
    I wanna hold your hand
    The Blues Brothers
    Harold and Maude
    Dinner at 8
    My man Godfrey
    Claire's knee
    Cinema Paradiso
    Life is Beautiful
    Body Heat
    LA Confidential
    The lives of others, [and I remembered this without you mentioning them, GREAT movie.]
    Enchanted April it IS April after all!
    Last edited by Larksmom; Apr. 17, 2013 at 03:32 PM. Reason: I forgot these
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    Alexander Nevsky
    The Fallen Idol
    The Graduate
    Casablanca
    Annie Hall
    The first Star Wars Trilogy
    Ran
    Osama
    A Taxing Woman or Tampopo
    Children of Paradise

    No. 11 Ryan's Daughter

    This list shows my age
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    Casablanca
    The Philadelphia Story
    Gone with the Wind
    Schindler's List
    Pulp Fiction
    The Black Stallion
    American Beauty
    Cinema Paradiso

    And from the sublime to the ridiculous

    A Fish Called Wanda
    Ferris Bueller's Day Off
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    For my daughter, and my son:

    Wizard of Oz
    Mildred Pierce
    His Girl Friday
    To Kill a Mocking Bird
    Blow Up (just the best 1960's translation of the times and the role of women)
    Broadcast News
    Witness
    Remains of the Day
    Under the Tuscan Sun
    Secretariet (because I love this story)

    Mostly women themed, but all examples of strong women.
    Last edited by stolen virtue; Apr. 17, 2013 at 03:05 PM. Reason: Missing title



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    Star Wars
    Return of the Jedi
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    Last of the Mohicans
    Schindler's List
    The Deer Hunter
    Young Frankenstein
    Dances with Wolves
    The Silence of the Lambs
    The Shawshank Redemption



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    one more I think everyone should see at least once:

    The Lives of Others
    Only part of me worries...the other part doesn't believe in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NEEDS A NAP View Post
    one more I think everyone should see at least once:

    The Lives of Others
    Yes, yes, yes.
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    The whip is held across your thigh so as you can still hold the reins without spilling your coffee!!
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    My list again:

    Amadeus
    Star Wars
    E.T.
    Shrek
    White Christmas
    Groundhog Day
    Avatar
    Bringing Up Baby
    Local Hero
    The American President
    Jurassic Park
    The Sting

    and Almost Famous
    Last edited by dbtoo; Apr. 18, 2013 at 06:16 PM.



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    My so-far unmentioned favorites:

    The Sweet Hereafter
    Equus
    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
    The Election
    Legally Blonde
    Clueless.



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    I love so many of the films mentioned, and left so many off my list, which should also have included:

    Il Postino

    Cinema Paradiso

    Love and Anarchy

    Amadeus

    Romeo and Juliet

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    Tampopo and Ciname Paradiso
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    -- * > hoopoe

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    Need to add one of the greatest light movies of all time:
    Smiles of a Summer Night

    And one of the saddest:
    My Life as a Dog

    And the best foodie movie EVER:
    Babette's Feast
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    Did anyone mention JFK????



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    Spies Like Us
    Animal House
    Stripes
    National Velvet
    Monty Python & the Holy Grail
    Tango & Cash
    Die Hard
    The Birdcage
    Bridges of Madison County
    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    aww, now I want popcorn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vineyridge View Post
    Need to add one of the greatest light movies of all time:
    Smiles of a Summer Night

    And one of the saddest:
    My Life as a Dog

    And the best foodie movie EVER:
    Babette's Feast
    This reminds me of another:

    My Dog Skip



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    Quote Originally Posted by skydy View Post
    For anyone who has never seen Guess Who's Coming to Dinner it really is a must see. Especially those of you who are young and interested in the changes that were hard fought in the U.S.

    It was Spencer Tracy's last film.He died a week or two after the film was completed.
    Katharine Hepburn was stunning and the film is a fascinating sociological portrait of the time.
    totally a classic movie. Well written, well acted and well produced.


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    Actually La Cage aux Folles was a much better movie than The Bird Cage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fish View Post
    This reminds me of another:

    My Dog Skip
    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??"



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    I think Hachi: A Dog's Tale is one that people should see if they are softies.
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