Your all time favorite movie

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    Mine would have to be Blazing Saddles. I think it is the funniest movie ever made. My sister and I have seen it about 50 times.
     
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    Tough to narrow it down to just one.

    Christmas - It's a Wonderful Life and White Christmas
    Action - The Rock
    Comedy - Too many out there. I love Weekend At Bernies, Breakfast Club and Sixteen Candles
    Other - The Usual Suspects, Dead Poet's Society, To Live And Die in L.A.
     
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    Can't pick just one...short list

    The Green Mile
    Field of Dreams
    Beaches
    Fried Green Tomatoes

    Many more.....
     
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    That was Great! On my list too..
     
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    Sixteen Candles is on my all time favorite list - it is the definitive 80's teen movie.

    Empire Strikes Back is also on top with To Live and Die in L.A. (thought I was the only one who was a true fan of that film) along with too many more to list.
     
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    The Silence of the Lambs.
    Batman Begins.
    Princess Bride.
    The Passion of the Christ.
    There's something about Mary.
    Dumb and Dumber.
    The Empire Strikes Back.
    Red Dawn.

    ...off the top of my head.
     
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    Spaceballs is on the short list, along with Saving Private Ryan, Braveheart, and the Star Wars Trilogies. (What is the term for a six-movie series? Sexlogy?)
     
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    You all like too many dramas and action movies. I don't watch too many movies that are not comedies.
    My sister, who graduated from USC Film School, is a devotee of "bad movies." Both intentionally bad (i.e. parodies) and unintenionally bad. After much serious study (really!), my sister and a few other senior film students declared "Dude, Where's My Car?" as the worst movie ever made.

    Those who enjoy the teen movie genre should rent "Not Another Teen Movie." It's one of the funniest movies of all. Along with "Eight Legged Freaks."

    Of course, Monty Python's "Holy Grail" and "Life of Brian" will always be classics.
     
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    I have to agree (at least for this thread)..Nice to see the youth have a degree of taste..:banana:
     

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