What is your favorite movie of all time?

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    Mine would, obviously, be Quentin Tarantino's 'Pulp Fiction'.
     
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    Pulp Fiction's definitely one of them.
     
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    too many good ones to settle on one...."m" fritz lang..."freaks" browning..."citizen cane" orson welles..
    "gone with the wind", "jezabel", "dark victory", "of mice and men" "to kill a mockingbird" i could just go on and on
     
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    Good picks... but I've never quite understood people's fascination with Citizen Kane. I found that movie to be pretty damn boring to be honest about it.
     
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    i think to appreciate it fully you have to appreicate the director...etc....

    and you had to get what 'rosebud' was
     
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    exorcist III
     
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    this is my favorite grade B movie of all time

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    Lord of the Rings..... Return of the King
     
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    I understand what you mean buy Citizen Kane. While I don't necessarily agree that it was boring, I can see you're coming from. The best part of the movie, in my opinion, is technical side; the directing, cinematography andediting. Wells did some amazing work in that film.

    For me. there are too many films I like to pick just one. Instead, I will pick the movie that most effected my life. The one that changed completely the way I think, the way I look at the world.

    Stanley Kramer's 1960 Inherit the Wind starring Spencer Tracy, Fredric March, Gene Kelly, and Dick York, among others.
     

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