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Andrea

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Just a few I can think of right now:

Chinatown

The Birdcage

Moonstruck

The Godfather

The Jewel in the Crown, The Flame Trees of Thika, and A Town Like Alice from Masterpiece Theater are also shows I can watch over and over again. 




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One of my movies would be the Godfather Trilogy.


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I never get tired of "My Cousin Vinnie".  I chuckle just thinking of Joe Pesci talking about the "yutes". Goodfellows and The Godfather also come to mind.  Is there a pattern here?  Not many degrees of seperation among Pesci, DeNiro and Pacino.


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My Big Fat Greek Wedding.......no meat??????? Ok, I make lamb !!!!!

Some Like It Hot...........I'm a girl, I'm a girl, I'm a girl

Young Frankenstein.........What hump??????

Moonstruck.......Snap outta it !!!!!
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Babette's Feast - my favorite movie ever
Lili (Leslie Caron and Mel Ferrer) my other favorite movie ever

Modern Times (Charlie Chaplin) - my second favorite movie ever

My Bloody Valentine in 3D (actually I've never seen it, but what a title!)

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Ditto re Goodfellas and My Cousin Vinnie. 

Love 'em both.


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Mary, It's hard to believe we were born in the same year, lived in the same city and went to 2 different high schools together.  I never heard of  Babette's Feast or Lili, never saw Modern Times or My Bloody Valentine in 1,2 or 3D.

If it's not too late I'd like to add Hitchcock's Rear Window and On the Waterfront to my list.  The 'I coulda been a contender' scene is my favorite movie scene of all time, although Jamie Lee Curtis taking off her top in Trading Places is also pretty impressive.

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Once Upon A Time in America
In Harm's Way
Drums Along the Mohawk
Gunga Din
Dances With Wolves
Gone With The Wind
The Natural
Ben-Hur
Moonstruck
A League of Their Own
The Magnificent Seven
It's A Wonderful Life
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Meet John Doe
The Little Princess
My Cousin Vinnie
Singing in the Rain
Intolerance (a silent movie by D.W. Griffith: a truly
great movie).
 
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Jim, my husband has The Magnificent Seven memorized. 




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Webguy wrote:
Mary, It's hard to believe we were born in the same year, lived in the same city and went to 2 different high schools together.  I never heard of  Babette's Feast or Lili, never saw Modern Times
 
They are all really good!   I forgot about Some Like it Hot, which someone else mentioned. That's another favorite in our house.  
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"The old man was right. Only the farmers won. We lost.
We'll always lose."  (Me, too!!)
 
Add "The Longest Day" to my list.
 
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Oscar Madison: Now kindly remove that spaghetti from my poker table.
[Felix laughs]
Oscar Madison: The hell's so funny?
Felix Ungar: It's not spaghetti, it's linguini.
[Oscar picks up the linguini and hurls it against the kitchen wall]
Oscar Madison: Now it's garbage.

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Oscar Madison: I can't take it anymore, Felix, I'm cracking up. Everything you do irritates me. And when you're not here, the things I know you're gonna do when you come in irritate me. You leave me little notes on my pillow. Told you 158 times I can't stand little notes on my pillow. "We're all out of cornflakes. F.U." Took me three hours to figure out F.U. was Felix Ungar!
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My favorites are Driving Miss Daisy - "I can make her biscuits, and we can both make her fried chicken, but nobody can make Idela's coffee".  I love Goodfellas and Casino, Shawshank Redemption, The Stand, Corinna Corinna with Whoopi and Mr. Potato Head.  I love Carousel of Souls and Thursday is Klowns from Outer Space, or something close to that.  Love the new chiller channel.

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...and the always popular - A Christmas Story. 




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