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Cindi    Posted 12-05-2004 at 18:24:27       [Reply]  [No Email]
Best movie ever made and why...

Now today is Sunday so I probably won't be back for any length of time until Thursday...work you know. But I will try to sneak in and see what you guys said at lunch time for a minute or two. I love to know what people are interested in.

If I have to pick one I would have to say Dances with Wolves. I think it's fairly historically accurate, with the costumes and all. The characters are excellent and just quirky enough to be real. Like the guy that drives Dunbar out to his secluded post....

"Put THAT in yer book!" (grin).

That guy could be my father-in-law! The music is perfect, the acting all around is flawless and Kevin Costner...well that goes without saying (smile)


KellyGa    Posted 12-06-2004 at 16:44:32       [Reply]  [No Email]
I like too many to choose one, so so many!

The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions, Desperado, I dont like chick flicks, never have. I did like Sweet Home Alabama. I like a lot of the Pixar Disney films, have to, with Shelby around. ;) OH! I liked Pitch Black, that was cool. I like Sci Fi stuff.


jfky    Posted 12-06-2004 at 03:31:21       [Reply]  [No Email]
true grit


TO35    Posted 12-06-2004 at 02:56:31       [Reply]  [No Email]
Where the Red Fern grows....
Why.....because I lived it when I was a boy and the dogs names where Buckshot and Dutchess...I still visit them often...

TO35


Cindi    Posted 12-06-2004 at 00:54:01       [Reply]  [No Email]
Okay, maybe it wasn't fair to ask for one.

Here it is 3:30 a.m. and I am awake. Do you know why? I know why, and I'll explain how I have been fooling myself into thinking I know why I am an early riser.

In due time.


Gerrit    Posted 12-06-2004 at 00:59:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
Mornin' Cindi!

At least I know why I'm awake...lol
Gotta leave soon to get into the city before rush hour..
Have a nice day!


RickyB    Posted 12-05-2004 at 20:36:01       [Reply]  [No Email]
Field of Dreams
The Cowboys with the Duke


DD    Posted 12-05-2004 at 19:01:46       [Reply]  [No Email]
Dagnabbit Cindi, do we have to narrow it down to just ONE??? Ok, being the hopeless romantic that I am I'd have to say Somewhere In Time with Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour then, but I have alot of Favorites and I know exactly what you mean about Kevin Costner. I think the same thing about Sean Connery in The Hunt for Red October---Hubba Hubba. Oooh, and what was the name of that movie where the two girls met at summer camp and hated each other then found out they were really twins who had been seperated when their parents divorced many years ago...Maureen Ohara played the part of the big city Mother and David Kieth (I think that's his name) played the part of the country father so the girls were raised totally different. Hayley Mills played the dual role of the girls. Don'tcha just hate it when you can't remember the name of a movie or someones name..lol : )


JB    Posted 12-05-2004 at 21:09:40       [Reply]  [No Email]
The devilish twins were in Parent Trap.


DD    Posted 12-06-2004 at 10:07:10       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yep, that's the one, Thanks JB : )


Alias    Posted 12-05-2004 at 19:12:27       [Reply]  [No Email]
You're close DD but the man who played opposite Maureen O'Hara was Brian Keith.

Now, since you brought romance into the list, I have to say Bridges of Madison County was as good as they get. .........gfp


DD    Posted 12-05-2004 at 19:22:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
Ah heck, I knew his last name was Kieth *giggle* Thanks Alias, I've never seen that one but have heard it was good. I need to go and rent it. I also failed to mention Driving Miss Daisy and Steel Magnolias in my last post too : )


Patria    Posted 12-05-2004 at 18:53:01       [Reply]  [No Email]
Midnight Express
Among others..


I don't have a    Posted 12-05-2004 at 18:43:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
single favorite. but I'd have to place The Rain Maker with Burt Lancaster at or near the top for pure acting dynamics. Followed with Elmer Gantry and To Kill a Mockingbird with Gregory Peck. Of course, there's always The Grapes of Wrath with Henry Fonda and, On the Waterfront with Brando.

Aw, darn, take your pick, they're all very good.

Now you see, I just stopped by for a minute and you drew me into a response. I'm going to watch a little tv and go to bed. Good night everyone..gfp


JB    Posted 12-05-2004 at 21:18:55       [Reply]  [No Email]
Grapes of Wrath, The Andy Hardy series, or Dear Heart, Glen Ford. All good'uns.


Chas in Me    Posted 12-05-2004 at 20:03:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
Any 40's 0r 50's comedy with Cary Grant, Gene Autry and/or Roy Rogers western, Alfred Hitchcock's entire selection, any Fellini movie and most John Wayne films, not to mention Abbott and Costello films or Busby Berkly's extravaganzas.
There is NO WAY I could pick a favorite from those.


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