What movies are considered classics? Which ones do you watch over and over?

#1

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

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H.L.Lewis
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2 weeks ago

I knew there was another one I wanted to list! Thanks, how many times do you quote the movie throughout your life?

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#2

The Shawshank Redemption.

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Cip IESAN
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2 weeks ago

And some other Frank Darabont movies, like The Green Mile...

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#3

The Princess Bride

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Jayne Kyra
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2 weeks ago

I watched this movie (non-American, so I had no exposure to it) a few months ago. Then I watched it again. And again. Such a brilliant film!

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#4

Back to the Future

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Iliketurtles
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2 weeks ago

100% agree.

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#5

Schindler's List

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Caro Caro
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2 weeks ago

This film was so good. Not fun to watch but a good film and important to see that story/bit of history.

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#6

Lord of the Rings trilogy

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Karen Lawyer
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2 weeks ago

Just watching the movies was very confusing for me; a lot of things didn't make sense. It wasn't until I read the books that I was able to truly enjoy the story.

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#7

Aliens

Made in 1986 - would be all CGI now... to make it in 86 and still have it be brilliant in 2021 is an astounding feat.

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Helen Haley
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2 weeks ago

CGI is overused and over relied upon. They rely so much on it that now movies are kind of crap.

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#8

The Breakfast Club

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Sportsgal
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2 weeks ago

My favorite movie...it was funny, while managing to teach high school kids about diversity and inclusiveness. Powerful stuff!

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#9

To Kill a Mockingbird

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Paola Martz
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2 weeks ago

As someone who both saw the film and read the book, I would better recommend the book (the movie is beautiful, don't get me wrong, but the book has much more extra topics that are not shown in the movie)

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#10

The Wizard of Oz

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Abhinc
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2 weeks ago (edited)

sure !! but let's not forget the young judy garland was made a drug addict psychologically mistreated and abused and starved for that movie.

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#11

Neverending story

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Pink Floydian Panda
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2 weeks ago

But whatever happened to the lawsuits as memorialized in the Simpsons episode where Homer gets kicked out of so called "All You Can Eat" fish restaurant: Lionel Hutz- "This is the greatest case of false advertising since I sued "The Neverending Story!" Homer : "So, do you think I have a case?" Lionel Hutz : "Mr. Simpson, I don't use the word 'hero' lightly, but you are the greatest hero in American history."

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#12

Airplane!

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Bear Hall
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2 weeks ago

"And don't call me Sherly."

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#13

The Fifth Element

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HammerzToe
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2 weeks ago

That movie ROCKS!!!!

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#14

It's a Wonderful Life.

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Julia Cargile
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2 weeks ago

Zu Zu's petals

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#15

Labyrinth

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Jasmine Hufflepuff Henderson
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2 weeks ago

I love this movie! "You remind me of the babe!" "What babe?" "The babe with the power!" "What power?" "The power of voodoo." "Who do?" "You do!" "Do what?!" "Remind me of the babe!"

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#16

Raiders of the Lost Ark

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BingeFest1
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2 weeks ago

Phenomenal choice

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#17

The Sound of Music - its a scary film, and so sad, so glad the family got out of Austria safely.

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Shelby P
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2 weeks ago

while the movie was based on a real family it was given the hollywood treatment and its a very loose dramatization.

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#18

Pulp fiction

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Friday
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2 weeks ago

Love it! But what is in the briefcase? It’s still bugging me after all these years..

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#19

Spaceballs!

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404 Panda Not Found
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2 weeks ago

I am your father's brother's nephew's cousin's former room mate!

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#20

The godfather

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Cip IESAN
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2 weeks ago

Especially I and II...

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#21

One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest. Maybe Jack Nicholson’s best performance. Harsh & superb.

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Brian Bennett
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2 weeks ago

Wasn't Nurse Ratchet one empathetic babe!

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#22

Arsenic and Old Lace

Cary Grant did the best double take in the business

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alex cosgrove
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2 weeks ago

One of my top 10 movies of all times!!!!

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#23

The Shining!

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Elaine Arsenault
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2 weeks ago

i still need to see that and read the book

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#24

Dances With Wolves

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Sam rice
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2 weeks ago

Classic

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#25

Stand by Me

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Scagsy
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2 weeks ago

This one pressed the 'nostalgia' button in me big-time. Being a kid and having adventures with your friends on BMXs. Pure gold.

#26

Dr. Strangelove or: how I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb

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Bear Hall
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2 weeks ago

"Gentlemen, you can not fight here. This is the War Room."

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#27

Galaxy Quest. the best send up of all- a great spoof of the Star Trek
series!

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Verena Gitterle
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2 weeks ago

By Graphtar`s hammer!

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#28

Silence of the Lambs

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Norma
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2 weeks ago

Watch it with some fava beans and a nice chianti.....

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#29

Toy story

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Zophra
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2 weeks ago

Good one. I liked Toy Story 2 even better.

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#30

Goonies

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James016
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2 weeks ago

The truffle shuffle!

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#31

The Good, The Bad & The Ugly.

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WatermelonTheDutchie
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2 weeks ago

love that movie bro

#32

OFFICE SPACE!

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J Baker
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2 weeks ago

If people could upvote this film, that'd be greeeaat.

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#33

The entire Star Wars saga.

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An Co
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2 weeks ago

So true - the 3 movies of the Star Was Saga are a must have. Too bad they never made any more wonderful movies based on it. (Note the word 'wonderful')

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#34

This Is Spinal Tap

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ButterScot
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2 weeks ago

"But this one goes to 11"

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#35

Idiocracy

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Piet Puk
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2 weeks ago

Predicted the Trump precidency.

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#36

"Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" A tour de force by Bette Davis and Joan Crawford in a bizarre thriller.

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Abhinc
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2 weeks ago

the way the were manipulated to hate each other is insane and sickening

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#37

Gone with the Wind

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Norma
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2 weeks ago

Frankly, my dear...

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#38

Young Frankenstein. Ties for Mel Brooks best.

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Jasmine Hufflepuff Henderson
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2 weeks ago

"It's Franken-steen, not Franken-stein!"

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#39

The Green Mile

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Scagsy
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2 weeks ago

A beautiful movie. So moving. And a little bit of magic too. Loved it. 10/10 would recommend.

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#40

Soylent Green

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Stacey Thompson
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2 weeks ago

"IT'S PEEEEEEOPLE!"

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#41

My Fair Lady

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Plane Lover
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2 weeks ago

Yesssssssss

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#42

Saving Private Ryan

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AhhhhHHHHHHHHHH
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2 weeks ago

A great movie for the whole family, especially the toddlers! (This is a joke dont smite me)

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#43

Blade Runner

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F. H.
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2 weeks ago

This is definitely a must see, since it defined many of the aesthetics still used in cyberpunk nowadays. If there is a perfect sci-fi movie, it's this one. Shame that there are so many cuts.

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#44

2001: Space Odyssey. It's like a manual of where humanity came from and where it's heading.

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Abhinc
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2 weeks ago

in a different style Brazil kinda tells the same story. i love both.

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#45

The Harry Potter franchise. My favorite series ever (books and movies). Watching them for the fourth time.

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just another bookish gay
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2 weeks ago

but the movies weren't true at all to the books!

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#46

Goodfellas

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Norma
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2 weeks ago

LOVE this movie! But, beware the f-word count...

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#47

My Cousin Vinnie

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SuperChicken
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2 weeks ago

What is a yout?

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#48

The Color Purple

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Vicky Zar
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2 weeks ago

The book is even better (as always)

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#49

The Blues Brothers. Hilarious mock epic with great music & a car chase in a mall!

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Sportsgal
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2 weeks ago

We're on a mission...FROM GOD!!!!

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#50

The Outsiders

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Julie Harden
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2 weeks ago

Same advice I gave To Kill a Mockingbird. Read the book and watch the movie. They are perfect partners.

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#51

Das Boot

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Bored Birgit
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2 weeks ago

Yes. Most impressive war film. The book is very thrilling as well.

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#52

Jurassic park,

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Jasmine Hufflepuff Henderson
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2 weeks ago

Ah, yes my bedtime movie when I was kid. I was a strange child.

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#53

Breakfast at Tiffany's

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Plane Lover
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2 weeks ago

OMG THATS LIKE MY FAVORITE MOVIE

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#54

Psycho (1966)

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psycho pandas panda
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2 weeks ago

um...it was Actually released in 1960. great movie though!

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#55

Rocky Horror Picture Show. Every Halloween. It's just so bad it's good. Always cringe laugh.

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Jasmine Hufflepuff Henderson
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2 weeks ago

"Let's do the time warp again!" But it's even better when you think you're watching the American version, but wind up watching the UK version instead my middle school self was traumatized. Yet, I watched horror movies at a very young age and it was this movie that scarred me. I love the movie, now though.

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#56

Casablanca.
Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf
The Maltese Falcon
All This and Heaven Too
Watch On The Rhine
Duck Soup
Key Largo
Captain Blood
Adventures of Robin Hood

If I could only watch one, before I died, it would be Casablanca.

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Eileen Baird
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2 weeks ago

I agree. It's perfect. Some claim that Citizen Kane is the greatest film of all time, but it's full of unpleasant people.

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#57

Apocalypse Now

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Norah Reilly
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2 weeks ago

Not a fun ride, but one that I think more of us need to see.

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#58

Big Lebowski

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Miss Frankfurter
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2 weeks ago

Watched over again I can't even count and laugh my @$$ off every time. Dispersing the ashes 🤣🤣🤣🤣 and so on.

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#59

Blazing Saddles. Ties for Mel Brooks best.

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Cath Homer
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1 week ago

And I reason that Harold McGee wrote On Food and Cooking...

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#60

Napoleon Dynamite.

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SCamp
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2 weeks ago

This movie is an underrated comedy gem. It is so beautifully understated as it is played with such a straight bat. These guys understand comedy

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#61

Shrek

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Jasmine Hufflepuff Henderson
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2 weeks ago

Classic. "And in the mornin', I'm making waffles."

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#62

Dracula 1931 Bela Lugosi

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Karin Gibson
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2 weeks ago

Nosferatu 1922

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#63

The Princess Bride

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Arthur Waite
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2 weeks ago

Yes, second time is better

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#64

Doctor Zhivago

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Valerie G.
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1 week ago

if for nothing else, the theme song and the scenery.

#65

Good Will Hunting

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Michael P
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2 weeks ago

I understand why Matt Damon's daughter never wants to see this movie it is because it is boring drizzled with Bostonian cry babying and Robin Williams. It was a bad movie...the one thing positive was I got my money back.

#66

Laurence of Arabia

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ArhomR
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2 weeks ago

Long, but one of my favs!

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#67

Harvey
Starring Jimmy Stewart

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Michael P
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2 weeks ago

He's a pooka

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#68

Serenity

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H.L.Lewis
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2 weeks ago

Loved Firefly! And Serenity. Always leave them wanting more.

#69

Pink Floyds "The Wall"

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Pink Floydian Panda
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2 weeks ago (edited)

I think my position on this one should be clear! But it really is an excellent film despite what I felt were the odd choices of Alan Parker as the director and Bob Geldof, a definite anti-Pink Floydite, as the lead. I re-watched last year at the beginning of the COVID lockdown and was pleased that it still holds up closing in on 40 years from its 1982 release date. It helps if you are fan of Floyd and the LP. But still well worth seeing even if you are not a fan. I would say it is a flawed and imperfect film, but also thrilling, deep, and beautiful. Overall an excellent film.

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#70

batteries not included.

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Mewton’s Third Paw
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2 weeks ago

So underrated

#71

Murder by Death
Clue before Clue. Awesome cast Alec Guiness pre-Star Wars, Maggie Smith + more.

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Pusheen
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2 weeks ago

I love this movie so much.

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#72

Snatch

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Jason Boling
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2 weeks ago

And Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.

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#73

Eternal Sunshine For The Spotless Mind. Brilliant and very unique.

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#74

The Crow - RIP Brandon Lee.

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#75

Blood Diamond (2006). My geology teacher in high school actually had us watch it in class. It's a fairly accurate description of the dark side of the diamond industry.

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System_of_a_Girl
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2 weeks ago

Good one. 👍

#76

Arsenic and Old Lace. One of the funniest movies I've ever seen.

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Philly Bob Squires
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1 week ago

Bringing Up Baby should be up there as well.

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#77

The African Queen

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Brian Bennett
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2 weeks ago

Just got it on DVD for its 70th anniversary! Bogart and Hate Hepburn a dynamic duo!

#78

Jaws. It changed people’s beach habits for years. If I happen across it on TV, I have to stop & watch it whatever point the movie is in every time.

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2 weeks ago

Admittedly, it led to many needless shark killings. But if you took idiots out of the equation, it's greatness.

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#79

Field of Dreams

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LMS
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2 weeks ago

I watched most of this the other day while folding clothes.. Still brings emotional tears while viewing!

#80

Footloose

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Valerie G.
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1 week ago

how many weddings have you attended that had songs from this movie? Lots.

#81

All that Jazz. The intro alone is a masterclass in story telling and editing.

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#82

Children of Men

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Macaw
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2 weeks ago

My favorite sci-fi movie. Aside from the non-reproducing backdrop, the movie is probably the most accurate.

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#83

12 Angry Men

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Neil Bidle
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2 weeks ago (edited)

This! Almost zero budget, all in one room, but the acting!! Fabulous film, everyone should watch it especially in 2021!!

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#84

Casablanca, Harold & Maude, The Producers (1967), The Taking of Pelham 123 (1974), The Third Man. These are some of the greatest classic films ever made, the originals, not the remakes.

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ArhomR
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2 weeks ago

Out of Africa. A bit later than those on your list, but another stunner.

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#85

Gattaca

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#86

North by Northwest
A Summer Place
Murder on the Orient Express
Valley of the Dolls
Gaslight (1944)
Gone with the Wind
The World According to Garp
Forrest Gump
The Exorcist

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ThoughtsAreNotFacts
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2 weeks ago

Nice mix!

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#87

The Killing Fields

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Miss Frankfurter
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2 weeks ago

Again, what man is capable of.

#88

Auntie Mame

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Dorothy Parker
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2 weeks ago

Brilliant, as opposed to Mame, shudder.

#89

Sully
Tom Hanks is a brillant actor and Clint Eastwood did a great job as director

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Duncan
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2 weeks ago

Great movie, not really classic though

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#90

The Secret of Nimh - An animated classic.

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System_of_a_Girl
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2 weeks ago

Oh my! Not sure how old I was bit that movie scared me so much. I hated it, never wanted to watch that again. Not saying it is bad, I was either too young or I am too sensitive.

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#91

The fisher king (1991, by Terry Gilliam)

to learn that every word of you has an effect

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LMS
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2 weeks ago

It's important to think. It's what separates us from lentils. -- Jack Lucas

#92

The Sandlot

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Bacon beary
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2 weeks ago

Thank you

#93

Whatever happened to Baby Jane(1962)- I'm so old this was the first movie I ordered from Netflix in the mail

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Brian Bennett
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2 weeks ago

Oldness is my middle name - Try Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte

#94

Inception and Interstellar

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Norma
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2 weeks ago

Christopher Nolan is a freakin genius!

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#95

Blazing Saddles

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#96

Beetlejuice!!

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#97

The Music Man with Robert Preston. The characters are loads of fun, and I've never seen a more powerful and commanding leading man. Just be ready to look past the antiquated ideas of courtship.

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Gold Medal Dyke
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2 weeks ago

I love you madly, madly, Madam Librarian! Marion!

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#98

Silent Running

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F. H.
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2 weeks ago

In my opinion, this is one of the best classic sci-fi movies. While it's a movie intended for the hippie generation, just like 2001, it not only manages to convey its messages without taking clear sides and offering an answer. It's about environmentalism, but shows how much wrong you can still do while being right. It conveys that there's still a wrong way in how to fight wrong. The special effects aren't the best for the time, but they had a tight budget and managed to build great sets with it. Just a shame that they had to rely on so many artificial plants instead of doing the shots for the domes outside, as originally planned.

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#99

Army of Darkness

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Macaw
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2 weeks ago

Good, bad...I'm the guy with the gun.

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#100

the original Gojira.

while most Godzilla films are quite goofy, this one is more of a horror/drama.

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LMS
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2 weeks ago

My favorite is Son of Godzilla; second place is Godzilla vs Mothra only because of the tiny Japanese twins

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#101

The Titanic

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ArhomR
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2 weeks ago

Isn’t it just called Titanic?

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#102

Cinema Paradiso.

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#103

The Exorcist. Scariest movie ever.

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F. H.
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2 weeks ago

I think it aged poorly. It's borderline funny nowadays.

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#104

being there- Peter Sellers

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Flip
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2 weeks ago

I didn't see the whole movie, cause I was too young when it came out, but I saw parts of it on youtube. I like to watch. Hilarious.

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#105

Guess who’s coming to dinner. Kathryn Hepburn and Spencer Tracy are gold and the story stands the test of time.
On Golden Pond too!

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Brian Bennett
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2 weeks ago

Great choices!

#106

Forrest Gump ("Lieutenant Dan...!")

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Scagsy
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2 weeks ago

One of the finest pieces of cinema to come out of the twentieth century. So moving.

#107

Strange Brew

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Pink Floydian Panda
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2 weeks ago (edited)

I have never laughed so hard in a movie as when they survive drowning by drinking empty beer bottles. And "watch for mice"! Oh boy, what a funny movie! Moranis and Thomas were absolute gold! I would love to see this one again.

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#108

Christmas Vacation

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Tres D
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2 weeks ago

Can't watch ANYTHING with Chevy Chase in it. Worst actor ever!!!!

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#109

Roman Holiday

I watched it as a child and it forever changed how I saw love.

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Flip
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2 weeks ago

Yes me too. Hated it because of the bad ending.

#110

The Breakfast Club

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James Paparella
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1 week ago

Already listed higher on the list.

#111

To Sir with Love

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Valerie G.
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1 week ago

here is where I fell in love with Sidney Poitier. and Lulu singing the theme song, head over to You Tube just to hear it.

#112

Blazing Saddles - Mel Brooks was “Woke” before it was a thing. This movie has a unique style of comedy as it makes fun of the stereotypical racist. It’s intelligent yet childish jokes will keep your attention from beginning to end

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#113

The Mummy, with Brendan Frazer, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Oded Fehr and Arnold Vosloo. Infinitely enjoyable. Witty and the coolest special effects.

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Joy
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1 week ago

Agreed and 2nd one was good too, 3rd and remake were totally disaster

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#114

Home Alone

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Coopè
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2 weeks ago

Only the ones with Culkin though

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#115

Brazil

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Heidi Beck
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2 weeks ago

Reminded me of work

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#116

Meet Me in St Louis

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Brian Bennett
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2 weeks ago

Any thing with Judy Garland is a favorite of mine!

#117

The Princess Bride

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Arthur Waite
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2 weeks ago

And it gets better with repetition. . .

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#118

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner (1967). Eloquent acting, Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy’s last movie, interracial marriage when it was still banned in 17 states. In 2017, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

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Brian Bennett
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2 weeks ago

Magnificent couple of actors they don't make 'em like this anymore!

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#119

Little Big Man with Dustin Hoffman.

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#120

Slumdog Millionaire

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Valerie G.
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1 week ago

I have tried to see this multiple times and have to turn it off when the young fella is picked on and bullied.

#121

Judgement at Nuremberg

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Brian Bennett
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2 weeks ago

Powerful!!!!!!!!!!!!

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#122

The Deer Hunter. The cost of war.

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#123

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

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T Kory
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2 weeks ago

mendacity! jk Truthfully a great movie

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#124

Willow

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Guy MacGregor
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2 weeks ago

Afraid that one time wasn't enough? Willow-60f...03-png.jpg Willow-60f7e7eba1f03-png.jpg

#125

Amadeus

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Valerie G.
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1 week ago

masterpiece. I fell in love with Tom Hulce.

#126

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988)

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Mieke Mcdonald
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2 weeks ago

I read the book as a child, and had me giggling on and on and on! Never saw the movie though.....

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#127

La vita è bella

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June
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2 weeks ago

This one deserves more upvotes

#128

How to Steal a Million. Although better known for Sabrina and Roman Holiday, Audrey Hepburn is utterly charming and funny in this classic comedic crime caper / romance. She and Peter O’Toole have more chemistry than she and Bogart ever did. This film is classy and clever in a way that’s rarely found in modern films.

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James Paparella
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1 week ago

Great movie!

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#129

Tombstone

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#130

Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World

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#131

V for Vandetta

“People shouldn't be afraid of their government. Governments should be afraid of their people.”

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#132

The boy in the striped pajamas. My God, did that movie hit me sideways!

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Victor
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2 weeks ago

Don't watch this movie if you suffer from depression. Or if you don't want depression.

#133

Somewhere in Time

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Norma
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2 weeks ago

Excellent choice! Will have you hoarding pennies...

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#134

Dr. Strangelove

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Jane Hughes
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2 weeks ago

Brilliant film. But just too close to global politics right now... eek...

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#135

The Mission starring Robert De Niro and Jeremy Irons (1986)

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Piet Puk
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2 weeks ago

Oh man, the music is on another level.

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#136

Ocean's Eleven

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#137

Cool Hand Luke. Gritty Paul Newman greatness.

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Brian Bennett
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2 weeks ago

One of his best!

#138

Caddy Shack. No movie is more quoted, and with good reason.

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1 week ago

Yooouuu'll get nothing and like it!

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#139

Out of Africa
The Ghost and the Darkness

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Jane Alexander
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2 weeks ago

Both true stories, Isak Dinesen (Out of Africa) also wrote Shadows on the Grass. Re; Ghost and the Darkness, Yes that lion really did go into a lighted train car full of peopl. Not the usuall lion behavior.

#140

Heat

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Macaw
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2 weeks ago

My all time favorite movie. The character development, score, shootout, even the dinner scene was perfect.

#141

The Great Escape

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Jane Alexander
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2 weeks ago

Steve McQueen wouldn't take the part unless he could do his own stunt work; jump the fence on the motorcycle.

#142

Casablanca

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#143

Amelie

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Joy
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1 week ago

I enjoyed this movie

#144

Cool runnings
Beetlejuice
Mary Poppins
Mrs Doubtfire
Uncle Buck
Secret Garden
Clueless
Annie

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2 weeks ago

Oh and W***y Wonka with Gene Wilder.

#145

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

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Valerie G.
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1 week ago

Feed me Seymour, feed me all night long.

#146

Requiem for a Dream

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#147

The Man from Snowy River

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HammerzToe
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2 weeks ago

Awesome movie!

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#148

Screwball comedies of the 1930’s and 40’s are wonderful. Films like Bringing Up Baby, My Man Godfrey, The Awful Truth, Ninotchka, Ball Of Fire, The Lady Eve and more.

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Marnie
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2 weeks ago

Love Bringing Up Baby! There is only one movie that made me laugh harder than Bringing Up Baby (which was Rat Race)

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#149

The Producers as well as History of the World Part 1

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#150

The Seventh Seal by Swedish director Ingemar Bergman. Or choose some other of his movies. There is a reason he was knownas a genious director.

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Rustyn Birch
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2 weeks ago

Persona is one of my favorites.

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#151

Wag the Dog.

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#152

Singin' in the Rain

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Brian Bennett
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2 weeks ago

Grate musical and talent!

#153

Erin Brockovich.

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#154

Pans Labyrinth

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DforDory
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2 weeks ago

That is one sick, yet genius movie! I like it a lot!

#155

The Life of Brian

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#156

Into the wild

Chocolat

Forest gump

Wild

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#157

"Blob" there has not or will be any jelly in this house

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#158

Whatever happened to Baby Jane(1962)- I'm so old this was the first movie I ordered from Netflix in the mail

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#159

The Lake House.
Sandra Bullock and Keeanu Reeves

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H.L.Lewis
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2 weeks ago

I love this movie. Upvoted. Cancelled the down vote.

#160

Dancer in the Dark

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Guy MacGregor
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2 weeks ago

Protip for this movie: Don't fall asleep during the first half, you will not now what to do during the second half.

#161

I see some truly classic movies that were remade under other titles. (Hollywood has been out of great ideas for a long time but here’s my submission)

Godfather (1)
Of Mice and Men
Mr. Blanding Builds His Dream House
Inherit The Wind
Look Who’s Coming to Dinner (a movie that STILL holds up today and no one can compete with Hepburn and Tracy)
Gettysburg
To Kill A Mocking Bird (still controversial but an important movie)
Rear Window

And the ENTIRE Mel Brookes catalog …

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ArhomR
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2 weeks ago

What about The English Patient? Thats an amazing film.

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#162

Dr. Zhivago

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#163

All the Harry Potter Movies.

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#164

Mrs. Miniver

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Jo Johannsen
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2 weeks ago

Dark Victory, and Now, Voyage. Bette Davis was phenomenal.

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#165

Ladyhawke

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Norma
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2 weeks ago

Pfeiffer, Hauer, and Broderick!

#166

Blast from the Past. Weird movie, but I love it.

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Dorothy Parker
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2 weeks ago (edited)

Smart and funny. Excellent premise. Brendan Fraser is so on point.

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#167

The Princess Bride, Book and movie, you will not regret

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Guy MacGregor
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2 weeks ago

4 and counting

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#168

Men in Black
The Matrix
Gladiator

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Duncan
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2 weeks ago

Gladiator 🤮

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#169

The great Gatsby.

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Valerie G.
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1 week ago

the 1974 version with Robert Redford? or the 2013 one?

#170

Dead Zone starring Christopher Walken, Martin Sheen and Tom Skerritt. Shines a light on what some people might do to gain power and those who cover it up for them.

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#171

5th Element.

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#172

10 Things I Hate About You

May you rest in peace Heath Ledger

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#173

Little Shop Of Horrors.

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#174

Clue

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Fred L.
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2 weeks ago

Absolutely. A comedic masterpiece with terrific witty dialog and wonderfully weird acting. Just wish it had more endings.

#175

Pulp fiction

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#176

Blade Runner

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#177

Playtime. A french movie from 1967 from director Jacques Tati. A pure genius !!! A true masterpiece. technically revolutionary, visually amazing and extremely clever and funny at the same time. It is ranked 43rd in the British Film Institute's critics' list and 37th in their directors' list of "Top 100 Greatest Films of All Time." A Must See !!!

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Cécile V.
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2 weeks ago

Finally! All Tati's films yes. Only 5. Plus short films.

#178

Amarcord, by Federico Fellini
The third man.

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#179

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

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#180

Gone with the Wind.

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#181

I know this isn't a movie, but the twilight zone.

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HammerzToe
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2 weeks ago

Actually they did make Twilight Zone The Movie. Sadly the actor Vic Morrow was killed in a helicopter accident while on the filming on the set.

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#182

Flawless.


Phillip Seymor Hoffman did such an absolutely amazing performance, truly amazing. Such a shame he died, he was a very, VERY talented man!

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#183

An Affair to Remember (grab your tissues), The Philadelphia Story (best opening sequence of a movie ever - no dialogue, but the acting tells you everything you need to know), The Thin Man (the writing and acting is superb, plus the gowns are to die for), Hud (Newman is brilliant), Metropolis. I could go on and on.

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#184

Dial M for Murder

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Joy
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1 week ago

Love Grace Kelly

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#185

The Sandlot and a League of Their Own

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#186

Jackie chan"s movies

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#187

A Town Like Allice

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#188

Hair.

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#189

The little mermaid

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