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post #21 of 97
Here are mine:

the Matrix
pulp fiction
princess bride
oh brother where art thou?
the Party
Good Will Hunting

in no particular order
post #22 of 97
Dr Strangelove
Room With a View
Repo Man
The Snapper
post #23 of 97
Ones I have watched over and over (and over):

The Princess Bride (all-time favorite, and the book is great, too!)
The Abyss
Something About Mary
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Crazy People

But I could also add to my list:

Oh Brother Where Art Thou
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
The Wedding Singer

Yammer, Groundhog Day??? I felt like I saw it over and over just seeing it once!
post #24 of 97
* welcome to the dollhouse
* american beauty
* singles
* star wars movies, not the first episode and haven't seen the newest one.
* moulin rouge
* trainspotting

that's all i can think of........
post #25 of 97
I have to get a life, all I thought about yesterday was the movies that I forgot on my 1st list:

Risky Business
The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With The Sea (Kris Kristofferson stars in it-you hardly ever see it on tv, but it is a good movie)
Coming to America
Trading Places
Annie Hall

Lavender-I thought the same thing about Groundhog Day when I saw it on Yammer's list.
post #26 of 97
Terms of Endearment......my favorite.

O Brother Where Art Thou.....makes me laugh and b/c I love George Clooney

Mists of Avalon

Steel Magnolias

Shallow Hal.....makes me laugh and it is sweet

Perfect Storm.....HUGE George Clooney fan! and it makes me cry.
post #27 of 97
Dazed and Confused
Princess Bride
The Breakfast Club
Say Anything
*Zoolander* - LOVED IT ! had it for 5 days and watched it...5x
Clan of the Cave Bear
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)
and of course...

oh yeah, and tapes of hours upon hours of The Simpsons
post #28 of 97
Favorite movie, hands down is Moonstruck!

And, I also love The Princess Bride - the first movie I ever saw with DH.

post #29 of 97
'Corrina, Corrina' with Whoopie Goldberg and Ray Liotta...not sure what it is about that movie, but it just charms the socks offa me.

'The Women' with Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford and Rosalind Russell...they just don't get any better than this!

'Shawshank Redemption'...this one brings dh running too!

'Pride and Prejudice' and 'Persuasion' cuz they thrill me.

'Victoria and Albert'...yet another HOT Firth...this time it's Colin's younger brother. Hubba Hubba! I'd have worn black for the rest of my life too!!!

post #30 of 97
Much Ado About Nothing

Shakespeare in Love

O Brother Where Art Thou

Local Hero

Shadow of a Doubt and many other Hitchcock films


The Secret Garden

The Wizard of Oz

Desk Set and many other Tracey/Hepburn films

I'm sure I'll be able to watch The Lord of the Rings over and over too once it comes out on video.
post #31 of 97
A Walk to Remember

Ever After

Toy Story

Dirty Dancing

Mrs. Doubtfire

Bridget Jones's Diary

Moulin Rouge

Legends of the Fall

I'm sure there are others I just can't think of right now.
post #32 of 97
I cannot beleive no one has mentioned GREASE!
post #33 of 97
well this is a partial list:

repo man
the big labowski
the last emperor
o brother...

ok, baby awake....gotta go
post #34 of 97
Corina Corina.....
Mommy Dearest
Cable Guy
Dumb and Dumber
post #35 of 97
Pride & Prejudice A&E miniseries (I've probably watched this about 2 dozen times)
The "original" Star Wars movies (as for the new ones, liked Ep1 okay, liked Ep2 much better)
The Usual Suspects
The Godfather and part 2
Philadelphia Story
It's a Wonderful Life
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
101 Dalmations (the orig. animated version)
The X Files
Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
LA Confidential
When Harry Met Sally
Sixteen Candles
The Princess Bride
Almost Famous
Billy Elliot
A Room With a View
Last of the Mohicans (1992)
North by Northwest
The Great Escape
The Black Stallion
I'm sure I'll watch the LOTR movies a ton once they are all out, but I'm determined to hold off on watching them til I can see them in widescreen (don't own a dvd player yet), it would be too sad to see pan and scan

okay, I'll stop! but I'll also probably think of a dozen more, I love to watch movies

edited to add Pulp Fiction and Trainspotting, how could I forget those!
post #36 of 97
One more I thought of: Fried Green Tomatoes
post #37 of 97
Toy Story
Almost Famous
Groundhog Day
A Streetcar Named Desire
Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf
Antonia's Line
Whisper in your ears (the movie about Joe Orton's life & death)
Pulp Fiction
Last Tango in Paris
Hiroshima Mon Amour
Crimes & Misdimeanors
All That Jazz
The Fly (Cronenber's version)
My Best Friend's Wedding
As Good As It Gets
Being John Malcovich

The below list is in Spanish cause I don't know the titles in English:

El Fantasma de La Libertad (Buñuel's)
El Angel Exterminador (Buñuel's)
La Flor de Mi Secreto (Almodovar's)
El Hombre que Amaba a las Mujeres (Truffaut's)
post #38 of 97
Almost all of my faves have been listed 'cept one of my most cherished:


I rent it whenever I am sick. I always get sentimental and sappy and cry at the end

Oh, did anyone list Truly Madly Deeply? That's another fave...

post #39 of 97
this is super pathetic but... "Point Break"! i LOVE that movie! it's so awful! i think i know the entire script backwards & forwards...

* Office Space
* Perfect Storm
* Sugar Town

my husband can't turn off "Meet the Parents" even though we've seen it five hundred times... & now that LoTR is out on DVD, we'll no doubt be watching it every single day as well...
post #40 of 97
Dirty Dancing
Crocodile Dundee
Romancing the Stone
Mrs. Doubtfire
Pretty Woman
Thorn Birds
Gone With The Wind
Toy Story


Rocky Horror Picture Show (I can't beleive their isn't a Rocky fan out there!
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