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M77

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So I’m starting a thread that I cannot even answer. So I will start with a few, that as is usual, with things like this, my answers could change, based on my mood. I will start with my top 10, in no particular order. Feel free to include the director, if that matters to your picks.

The Deer Hunter - Cimino
Apocalypse Now - Coppola
The Godfather - Coppola
The Godfather Part II - Coppola
The Godfather Part III - Coppola
Taxi Driver - Scorsese
Raging Bull - Scorsese
A Clockwork Orange - Kubrick
Citizen Kane - Welles
Wuthering Heights - Wyler
 

pinkflower

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Four Weddings and a Funeral - Richard Curtis
Love Actually - Richard Curtis
Notting Hill - Richard Curtis
Bridget Jones's Diary - Richard Curtis
About A Boy - Not Richard Curtis :giggle:

All starring (or playing a major role) Hugh Grant.

And that scene from Love Actually with Andrew Lincoln (before he f*cked off to America to make millions on The Walking Dead) and Keira Knightley where he's holding up the sign still makes me well up. :lovedup:
 

M77

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Someone may kill me, but I love there will be blood. I thinks portrayed so well, not to mention Jonny from Radiohead scores it. Don’t have much else but that mine
@Waspleg222
As far as There Will Be Blood, I’m actually angry that I didn’t put that in my top ten. As I mentioned, my answers would change at any moment. Daniel Day-Lewis is probably the best living actor today, and Paul Thomas Anderson is one of my favorite directors. I have watched all 2 hours and 38 minutes of that movie, at least 4 times. Nice call.
 
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So I’m starting a thread that I cannot even answer. So I will start with a few, that as is usual, with things like this, my answers could change, based on my mood. I will start with my top 10, in no particular order. Feel free to include the director, if that matters to your picks.

The Deer Hunter - Cimino
Apocalypse Now - Coppola
The Godfather - Coppola
The Godfather Part II - Coppola
The Godfather Part III - Coppola
Taxi Driver - Scorsese
Raging Bull - Scorsese
A Clockwork Orange - Kubrick
Citizen Kane - Welles
Wuthering Heights - Wyler

Got an A in English lit just for selecting ' A Clockwork Orange'
Had no idea at the time.
Some interesting choices

Coppola and Scorsese produced the best movies back when, Apocalypse Now was brilliant, IMHO
nice thread
 

Turnham

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Jaws
Halloween
A clockwork Orange
An American werewolf in London
The Howling
Devils Rejects
It's a mad, mad, mad, mad world (this movie makes me belly laugh every time)
The Burbs (another laugh out loud film)

I do like Horror films, particularly those around the 70s/80s.
 

Katey

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Here's my list of favorite movies, yes I LOVE the classics...

Hobson’s choice

The Fountainhead

The Lady Vanishes

The 39 Steps

The Westerner

Sunset Boulevard

Hud

Stage Door

Bringing Up Baby

Witness for the Prosecution

Metropolis, 1927

Dodsworth

Grand Hotel, 1932

The Kid, 1921

Gilda

Red Dust

Three on a Match

Don’t Bother To Knock

The Misfits

Baby Face

Wuthering Heights

The Strawberry Blonde

Night of the Hunter

Sweet Smell of Success

Out of the Past

Stalag 17

The Quite Man

Brother Orchid

Little Caesar

The Public Enemy, 1931

Our Vines Have Tender Grapes

Touch of Evil, Uncut, 1958

The Women

All About Eve

Mildred Pierce

Night of the Iguana

Baby Doll

The Unknown, 1927

On of the Waterfront

White Heat

Ball of Fire

The Awful Truth

The Man Who Came to Dinner (Monty Woolley, Bette Davis)

Bad Day at Black Rock

Clash by Night

Arsenic and Old Lace

I Remember Mama

A Place in the Sun

The Boston Strangler (Tony Curtis)

Libeled Lady

Broken Blossoms , 1917

Zorba the Greek

Laugh Clown, Laugh (Lon Chaney Sr.)

Roman Holiday

A Day at the Races (Marx Bros.)

To Have and Have Not

Kiss Me, Stupid

Bell, Book & Candle

The Apartment

Born Yesterday

Stagecoach

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
 

Katey

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I posted my classic movie favorites ONLY (above, Post # 11). Actually I copied & pasted what I had posted from a thread on Classic Movies, which I had started years ago. I didn't get newer films on this recent list, only classics. Here's a few All Time Favs:

Jaws
Harold & Maude
Apocalypse Now
Halloween
Moonlight in a Box

I seem to match @Farquhar001 's favorites.

There's many more but I don't have the time to put much thought into it at the moment.:whew:
 
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Cloud Atlas is by far my favorite. A unique story (many stories actually) and a tremendous cast (Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Hugo Weaving, Susan Sarandon, Jim Broadbent, Hugh Grant...and I know I'm forgetting a few more).

This movie has so many quotes to live by ("What is an ocean, but a multitude of drops?") and I never tire of rewatching it.
 

mindcrypt6

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Serpico
Godfather 2
Once upon a time in America
Anything David Lynch
Anything Clive Barker (directed by him)
The prestige
Oldboy
Chopper
Sexy beast
The corrupter
 
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