Hmmm. For a sappy movie The Notebook. Horror movie would be Halloween
The Neverending Story or White Christmas
Troop Beverly Hills, Dark Crystal, The Labyrinth, Any Muppet Movie....
Never tire of watching and have the lines memorized: Overboard, Goldie Hawn. That movie is hysterical.Best / favorite movie: Brokeback Mtn. Heath Ledger is great. Runner up: Gone With The Wind.
Troop Beverly Hills, Dark Crystal, Labyrinth, pretty much Every Muppet Movie...
Only you, with Robert Downey Jr and Marisa Tomei.
The Davis and Crawford classic " Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" Almost every line uttered out of their mouths is memorable and pure camp! "Blanche, did cha know we gut rats in the cella' ?"
I have a couple! Headwig for the great story and the great music, Girls Will be Girls for the great one liners and the caustic humour.
Casablanca and "What's Up Doc?"
Only You! Is my all time favorite. Runners up Mystic Pizza, The Wedding Date.
"Moonstruck" for Nicolas Cage and the fact that I'm Italian-American; "Welcome to Woop Woop" for a cult film and for sexy Johnathon Schaech; and "My Cousin Vinny" for Marissa Tomei - making fun of Joe Pesci's hunting wardrobe:"Imagine you’re a deer. You’re prancing along. You get thirsty. You spot a little brook. You put your little deer lips down to the cool, clear water. BAM! A fuckin’ bullet rips off part of your head! Your brains are laying on the ground in little bloody pieces! Now I ask you: Would you give a fuck what kind of pants the son of a bitch who shot you was wearing?!" –Mona Lisa Vito (Oscar winner Marisa Tomei) in My Cousin Vinny
Coal Miner's Daughter. I never get tired of watching it.I also have the soundtrack that Sissy Spacek voiced entirely and her versions of Loretta Lynn's hits are stellar!
Moulin Rouge and Field of Dreams. How about that for both ends of the spectrum. :)
The Family Stone. Love that movie!
NO WIRE HANGERS EVER!!! Mommy Dearest
Noises Off!! Love the movie, love the play! "Sardines!"
Kill Bill, Clueless, Clue, Serenity, Chicago, and Scream 1, 2, 3
Disney's The Little Mermaid...
"Gone With The Wind"The best ever for me!It will be very hard to make another movielike this again!!!
African Queen, runner ups.. Elizabeth, Elizabeth The Golden Age, and Titanic
Kingdom of Heaven & The Lord of the Rings-Rob
Save Me by far!
The Avengers all the way. I love tony stark.
The wizard of Oz, Big Business, Steel Magnolias
Disney movies in general. I grew up with them all and still love them to this day. Aladdin is my favorite. Rent is also in my top 5. Every song memorized! :D
Notting Hill... it's magic and after moving to London a few years ago... quite by total coincidence I bought a flat only a few streets over from Portobello Road (street with book shop and blue doored house in film).
Somewhere In Time...Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymore shot on Mackinaw Island in Michigan. One of the all time best!!!
Muppet's Christmas Carol and Jet Li's Kiss of the Dragon lol
Big Eden. Love That Movie.
Its a tie between Shakespeare in Love and Murder on the Orient Express. Both period pieces with amazing casts. Such good stuff. When I was young my family took a ship to Okinawa. This was way before DVDs and VCRs. The ship had one movie aboard. I saw West Side Story 27 times. Yes, I know ALL the words and lyrics. Its still one of my favorites.
Hepburn & O'toole's "The Lion In Winter"and "Shelter" and "Latter Days"
The Lord of the Rings.
AUGUST RUSH. The other day i watched this movie 3times in a row, but didnt get bored at all! U guys should watch it ! :D
Wow, hard question as I have soo many favorites and most of them offer many memorable quotes. Just off the top of my head: The Godfather Trilogy, The Cain Mutiny, A Few Good Men, Casablanca, The Day the Earth Stood Still. When I'm in touch with my feminine side: Fried Green Tomatoes, Steel Magnolias, Under the Tuscan Sun and Delores Claiborne.
Not that I think it's a great movie but it's my favorite movie for personal reasons: Beautiful Thing
Beaches and all the Star Wars movies..."Fear, fear attracts the fearful. The strong, the weak, the innocent, the corrupt. Fear, fear is my ally."
Mildred Pierce and The Women, both with Joan Crawford
Back to the Future "are you telling me you made a time machine out of a delorean?
cabaret and grease, yep iam that gay.....lol
The Philadelphia Story and To Have and Have Not.
All time favorites are Steel Magnolias and Sordid Lives. Both classic and classically funny. Know all the lines to both!
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