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  • Cali girl
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    Let's see....

    When Harry Met Sally
    Under the Tuscan Sun
    You've Got Mail
    Absolutely anything with Audrey Hepburn!
    Overboard
    Romancing the Stone
    Jewel of the Nile
    Sweet Home Alabama
    The American President

    I know there is more but that is all I could think of for now!

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  • chainsaw
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    My favorite movies are: GREASE, Wizard of Oz, Speed, A Walk in the Clouds, National Lampooon "Vacation" and many others.
    Kim

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  • traceann
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    Wow, feel goods huh? I have so many!

    Ever After
    Princess Bride
    Never Been Kissed
    50 First Dates
    Practical Magic
    Both Bridget Jone's movies
    Anything Steve Martin: Parenthood, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, etc...
    How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
    Wedding Planner
    Overboard
    Private Benjamin
    Love Actually
    4 Weddings and a Funeral
    The Patriot (not mushy, but definitely a triumphant one)
    A Beautiful Mind
    Memoirs of a Geisha (book was good too! )
    Indiana Jones Trilogy
    Under the Tuscan Sun

    As for the old classics:
    Anything Doris Day - favorite is Calamity Jane, love the song "Secret Love" - well, I love anything she sang, lol.
    Perils of Pauline with Betty Hutton
    The Man Who Knew Too Much (again Doris Day, lol - and "Que Sera Sera")
    Guys and Dolls (and any Frank Sinatra movie)
    Anything with Cary Grant - Arsenic and Old Lace, Operation Pettycoat..

    I could go on and on in all categories!! LOL

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  • charmedx3
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    ever after my favorite- my daughter and i cuddle up to watch it!

    robin hood--with kevin costner

    i think thats is all i can remember!

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  • sami4
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    Raising Arizona

    This is an old movie with Holly Hunter (I think) and John Goodman about a bunch of bumbling crooks, but it always makes me laugh.
    Sammi

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  • ICNDonna
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    I also like to watch Second Hand Lion --- I've watched it several times.

    Donna

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  • L. Thomas
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    Originally posted by mary124 View Post
    I'll watch almost anything--

    Anything with Robin Williams
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    Did you see "What Dreams May Come"? It was somewhat of a sleeper with Robin Williams..somewhat "dark" but I loved the movie. The special effects were incredible.

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  • lnseagraves
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    for modern movies, my favourites would have be chicago, memoires of a geisha, and the new "Amazing Grace" movie, which is AMAZING... its not on video yet but I've already pre-ordered it!

    Otherwise, I'm a big Turner Classic Movies nut. I'm an especially big Norma Shearer fan. She was such a chameleon! Each of her parts, she's SO different. My favorite of hers is "The Women" from the 1930's. Its a movie about divorce that was well ahead of the time... its so good.

    I'm also a "noir" fan, and would highly recommend "Double Indemnity"

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  • Eccles
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    'Some Like it Hot' is my all time favourite, & also I'm with Donna in liking 'Chicago'.

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  • jjt001
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    We just got "Night at the Museum" from Netflix, supposedly for my son, but my husband and I were suprised at how much we enjoyed it! My son absolutely loved it, and has watched it three times. He's only three and I am pretty picky about what he watches, but didn't feel this had anything objectionable for him. I also love "Second Hand Lions", "A League of Their Own", "Heart and Souls" and "It's a Wonderful Life" (at Christmas or any time!).

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  • Natalie41
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    3 of my faves are:

    Bruce Almighty
    Forrest Gump
    Hope Floats

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  • SharonA
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    Has anyone here seen "Akeelah and the Bee"? If not, I highly recommend it.
    Last edited by SharonA; 05-17-2007, 09:34 AM.

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  • mary124
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    I'll watch almost anything--

    Sweet Home Alambama
    Forest Gump
    Sound of Music
    Wizard of OZ
    Wedding Crashers
    Anything with Robin Williams
    "" with Julia Roberts
    I can go on and on..... but I'll stop here....

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  • Hollyd
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    It's great to be reminded of ones that are so good, I own Beetleguise and the first Bridget Jones. And it's good to get other recommendations, I don't know a few people have listed.

    Lately I'm sticking w/ light fare. I have a VERY broad range in movie tastes from Lars Von Trier films and Atom Egoyan to Frank Capra and musicals as silly as Oklahoma! I LOVE musicals. Fred and Ginger, Top Hat and Gay Divorcee, can't be beat.

    I think one of the best films ever made was High Noon. I only saw it for the first time a few years ago and was blown away. I also LOVE children's movies, Little Mermaid, Totoro by Miyazaki.

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  • Hollyd
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    Originally posted by ICNDonna View Post
    Chicago! --- I love the music.
    Ever After
    And "oldies" with Cary Grant.

    Donna
    hmm, it's working now...I LOVE Chicago too. I have the sound track so I go either way w/ it. When I am able to be up cleaning a bit it's a fun one to clean to LOL.

    I like a very broad range of oldies and particularly love Cary Grant's older ones....how about Bringing Up Baby?:-) I've seen it a million times. I'm a major Jimmy Stewart fan too. What are some other Cary Grant films you like?

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