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01-27-2019 09:26 PM
My Blue Heaven with Steve Martin - really funny
Shirley Valentine - love this lady and Greece
Out of Africa - so romantic
3:10 to Yuma - love me a Western
Wyatt Earp - with Brad Pitt think this is the title but Brad utters the phrase I’ll be your little huckleberry!
sorry to ramble.
@Dulwich- it's such a shame that not more people know about Shirley Valentine. Every middle-aged woman should watch it at least once. I can't tell you how many times I've seen it. The best!
I will add a few more of my very favorites:
01-27-2019 09:32 PM
@ Montana wrote:
*Casablanca - “If you knew how much I loved you. How much I still love you”... Squee!
*Planet of the Apes - Priceless moment when they realize Taylor (Charlton Heston) is intelligent
*The Godfather - Oh, Michael, Michael, Michael (Al Pacino)
*Beverly Hills Cop
*Falling in Love - Sunlit adultery
*Move Over Darling - Adorable Doris Day and James Garner
*The Net - Sandra Bullock in danger and thinking fast on her feet
*Soap Dish - Hilarious soap opera sendup
@ Montana- surprisingly, Falling in Love was not a popular movie, considering it starred Meryl Streep and Robert DeNiro. It's one of my favorite movies as well, and I have watched it over and over and over. Good choice!
01-27-2019 09:48 PM - edited 01-27-2019 09:59 PM
One movie I forgot.
Born Yesterday. I loved Judy Holiday on that movie. After I watched it for the umpteenth time. i started watching her as if she was the only one one screen. I loved her reactions, facial expressions, and omg...that voice. She was less stylized than other actresses of that era. A little more natural
01-27-2019 09:50 PM
i have a few.
Gone with the Wind. My first Father-daughter date back in the day. Even in Greece when I was there my spring semester of sophomore year in college (subtitles of course).
The Wizard of Oz - went so far as to live in Kansas! LOL!
Many of the film noir genre with Barbara Stanwyck and Lizbeth Scott.
Too many others to mention.
Even Titanic, although my husband ALWAYS reminds me the boat still sinks! I guess I keep hoping for a better outcome. LOL!
01-27-2019 10:14 PM - edited 01-27-2019 10:16 PM
In NO particular order:
Thelma and Louise
Legends of the Fall
Eyes Wide Shut
Husbands and Wives
The Godfather (part one and two)
01-27-2019 10:37 PM - edited 01-27-2019 10:39 PM
Under The Tuscan Sun
and my all time favorite.......Out of Africa....Besides the story itself, I love the gorgeous scenery, the actors and the beautiful musical score!
Oh, I forgot one....How Green was my Valley💕
01-27-2019 10:50 PM
01-27-2019 10:50 PM
I am definitely in the minority here. I have never seen a movie twice. I do not re-read books either. There is always so many new ones I want to see or read..
01-28-2019 09:17 AM
Romancing the Stone
When Harry Met Sally
The Parent Trap (the original)
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