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What Is Your Favorite Movie

What is your favorite movie and why?

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The Producers (the first one.) Funniest movie. And Schindler's List, by far the best movie ever made.
---bernie_cohen on 8/23/08


jimbo,I have many favorites,but by far classics.random harvest,I just love greer garson,how green was my valley,I guess really most of the movies of the 30s and 40s.but 1939 was historically a BANNER YEAR.i LIKE SOME OF THE CONTEMPORARY MOVIES ALSO but most are made today with way too much violence.my biggest problem is the death of the musical.
---tom2 on 8/23/08


The preceding post by "Bruce" is mine. I'm now signing as "BruceS" to hopefully avoid any further confusion.
---BruceS on 8/22/08


It's not exactly a movie, but there's a Ruth Rendell story called "Master Of The Moor" that was featured on Masterpiece Theatre on PBS back in the 1990s. I've now got it on DVD, and yes, I'd consider it my favourite theatrical production on film. It stars Colin Firth and George Costigan, and it is EXPERTLY crafted from start to finish. Brilliant acting and a superb use of music to accent the visual depiction of the unfolding drama on the moor. I truly can't say enough good things about it.
---Bruce on 8/22/08


"The Gospel of John" Blows away the roman fantasy created by Gibson by actually using the Gospel of John as the script for this cinematic masterpiece.
---SeventhSeal on 3/31/08




Pearl Harbor was my favorite.I also loved the original Gone With the Wind.The recent movie about Christ was the best Christian one.Although it broke my heart to see them torture Him.
---shirley on 3/31/08


I have so many favorite movies. I absolutely love Benny and Joon, While You Were Sleeping, Jane Eyre (the one with William Hurt as Rochester). I also love anything with Johnny Depp and Sandra Bullock.
---Katie on 3/31/08


I'm not real sure what my favorite movie would be. I like movies with action and suspense. Like the movie Armageddon with Bruce Willis. You realize the ones that are being honest with what movies they watch will get slammed by people whom think it is a huge sin to watch movies.
---Rebecca_D on 3/31/08


John, NOT just a guy thing! Only a Triumph would make a jump like that!
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---NVBarbara on 5/13/07


I recently rented the movie The Navity Story. It was a really good movie. There aren't many movies about the bible that goes by scripture, the way it happened. Do a google search on ovguide and it gives sites where you can watch movies and tv shows, for free.
---Rebecca_D on 4/23/07




I have a lot of favorites. "Gone With the Wind" is about my all time favorite. One of my favorites though is "Kelly's Heroes" with an all-star cast. I just love it. I remember watching it with my Dad when I was a kid, and just loving how they foil Hitler in it.
---Madison1101 on 4/23/07


No one beats Bugs Bunny and Mickey Mouse.
---Caring on 4/22/07


My two favorite movies are The Pursuit of Happyness and a Night with the King. I like both of these movies because they give hope. They both remind me of the scripture that says God has plans for you, to give you hope and a future. Both of these movies also give an underlined message that says the plans of man are many, but the plan of God is what will happen in our lives. Joy9988
---Joy9988 on 4/22/07


I mainly like guy flicks like as I said, Steve McQueen stuff but, Remember that movie "Somewhere in time" with Chrisopher Reeves and Jane Semore? I know it was a fantacy but me and my wife enjoy it and I downloaded the theme song from limewire.
---John on 4/21/07


Matilda, because she came out ahead in the end, even though most people were against her.
---amand6348 on 4/20/07


Maybe, I'll check it out. Thanks.
---Len on 4/19/07


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Len, I recommend it to you, get the 2004 dvd. It is so heart-rending, and when they were escaping through the barbed wire and stepping on the land minds, and all the while running as hard as they could to freedom and they nazis were shooting them down from behind them. So so sad, being butchered by the nazis, like helpless sheep among the vicious wolves.
---Eloy on 4/17/07


I enjoyed One Night With the King, the story of Esther.
I hope to see the Beatrice Potter movie when it is in this area. The trailer looked interesting.
---Virginia on 4/17/07


"Das Boot"
---Hans on 4/17/07


Eloy, you got me very interested, except you revealed the ending. Now I can't see it. Thanks.
---Len on 4/17/07


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I like that movie "Mars Attacks". I think it was made outside Las Vegas, Nevada, somewhere. Can't remember the name of the town.
---Rick on 4/17/07


The Passion of the Christ, The Seventh Seal, Dekalog, Casablanca, Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?, Cape Fear, Andrei Rublev, Jaws, Raising Arizona, Vertigo, North by Northwest, The Gospel According to St. Matthew.
---augusta on 4/17/07


I like, "Escape From Sobibor", 2004 by Westlake Entertainment Group. I like it because it's based on a true story of the jewish prisoners at Sobibor Concentration Camp, and how they decided together to plan a mass breakout that might require killing some Nazi guards in order to do so. The futility and hopelessness of their prisonlife, knowing that they probably all will eventually be executed and/or die from their inhumane abuse and bitter-bondage. Praise God some of them survived to escape.
---Eloy on 4/17/07


Love stories, stories with happy or reasonable endings, comedies, dramas, tear jerkers, and childrens movies.
No war epics, drugs/gang wars,monsters, witch craft/sci fi, x-rated or slice dicers.
Because if I'm paying for it, I want to be able to enjoy it, and recommend it to others.

Favorite? GiGi, Pretty Woman, Imitation of Life, Pygmalion, A Simple Twist of Fate, Penny Seranade, Anastasia, The Associate, Dave, Baby Boom, My Man Godfrey, Yentl, Something the Lord Made..., who knows?
---lynet on 4/16/07


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Umm def presteege(or however u spell it) thought it was the best mystery ever love it
---mark on 4/16/07


I like "The Great Escape" with Steve McQueen. Notice how he pats his Triumph motorcycle after the Nazi's caught him. I't a guy thing.
---John on 4/16/07


"Unforgiven" with "Hero" a close second.
They both evoke deep feelings and thoughts.
---ralph7477 on 4/16/07


Star Wars, all of them.
---Ryan_Z on 4/15/07


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One of our favorite movies is The Apostle. It's very true to life.
---Susie on 4/15/07


I like Meg Ryan comedy movies;
Grumpy Old Men series
Nicholas Cage comedy movies (Raising Arizona, Peggy Sue Got Married)
O Brother Where Art Thou - fun
I like Scarlet in Gone With the Wind because of her survival instinct - "I'll never be hungry again." She whipped up a dress out of the drapes.
I don't watch occultic/scary/murder/violent movies. Betty Davis eyes gives me the willies and I don't like anything with big baby dolls that come to life.
---Raine on 4/15/07


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