What is your all-time favorite movie?


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Didge Doo Profile
Didge Doo answered

The Devil's Disciple, 1959. It was GBS's take on the American Revolution. Starred Burt Lancaster as a preacher turned patriot and Kirk Douglas as an opportunist turned good guy.

Of course there are far too many to choose just one as a favourite, but I always remembered it.

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Virginia Lou
Virginia Lou commented
I have not seen it, but just from your description I can see I would love it!
Didge Doo
Didge Doo commented
I told Yosey about it some years ago and she gave me a link to YouTube so I got to download it and watch it again. It was just as enjoyable the second time around.
Virginia Lou
Virginia Lou commented
Oh; it's on YouTube? I am going to find it then. Yosey was always very skilled at finding free movies!
otis campbell Profile
otis campbell answered

Schindlers list, animal house

Cindy  Lou Profile
Cindy Lou answered

An Affair to Remember and Peggy Sue Got Married are great movies I always like to watch,  but I have all sorts of favorite movies in each genre.  I think the original "The Bad Seed" is done very well. Here's a great creepy clip :)

Here a clip of the actress Patty McCormick grown,  talking about being a child actress in the play first and then making The Bad Seed into a movie. It's really interesting.

dragonfly forty-six Profile

I can't narrow it to one!

1. World according to Garp

2. Dangerous Liasons

3. Hero

4. Meet Joe Black

5. Breakfast at Tiffany's

6. Braveheart

7. Forrest Gump

8. Boondock Saints

9. American Beauty

10. Kill Bill volume 1 and 2

11. Requiem of a Dream

12. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

13. The Godfather

14. Streetcar Named Desire

15. Coolhand Luke

Aaliyah Mcgowan Profile
Aaliyah Mcgowan answered

My favourite are Roman Holiday and Funny Face

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KB Baldwin
KB Baldwin commented
I love Roman Holiday! Saw it when it was first released - I must have been about 6. Immediately fell in love with Audry Hepburn AND the movie. Great movie about love, honor and duty.
Aaliyah Mcgowan
Aaliyah Mcgowan commented
I fell in love with her too. I already loved Gregory Peck. I'm only 15 but I love classic films
Aaliyah Mcgowan
Aaliyah Mcgowan commented
I fell in love with her too. I already loved Gregory Peck. I'm only 15 but I love classic films
Levi F. Profile
Levi F. answered

Maybe "Mulholland Dr." I just love how far-out this movie is. I've seen it 6 times and I'm still analyzing parts of it.

Nealious James Profile
Nealious James answered

there! It will have to be Avatar! The latter was one of the rare movies to be
able to totally blow me away and I was lucky enough to have had the chance to
watch it in London’s widest screen. It was an unforgettable experience and I
really cannot wait for a sequel to be released!

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