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Old 06-25-2007, 12:18 AM   #286
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OK, I don't know if this is the actual order, but I'm going with this. For now.

1. Philadelphia
2. Hard Day's Night
3. Dead Poet's Society
4. Groundhog's Day
5. Airplane
6. Life Of Brian
7. Field Of Dreams
8. Almost Famous
9. Young Frankenstein
10.The Insider
11.Gladiator
12.Dead Man Walking
13.Jerry Maguire
14.L.A. Confidential
15.40 Year Old Virgin
16.To Kill A Mockingbird
17.Good Morning Vietman
18.Shawshank Redemption
19.Wizard Of Oz
20.All The President's Men
21.The Sting
22.Some Like It Hot
23.A Fish Called Wanda
24.American Beauty
25.JFK

Honorable mention: Pelican Brief, Apollo 13, Parenthood, It's A Wonderful Life, Star Wars (et al), Raiders Of the Lost Ark (et al), I Am Sam, Honeymoon In Vegas, Bye Bye Birdie, When Harry Met Sally, What's Eating Gilbert Grape, A Beautiful Mind, Forrest Gump...
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Honeymoon in Vegas.

"It's like a jungle over there and believe me THEY WILL DRUG YOU"

It's "drug you" and not "kill you" "Drug you" is actually funnier".
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Do you find Chief Orman attractive?
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Old 06-25-2007, 12:25 AM   #289
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3. Dead Poet's Society
robert sean leonard really needs to do more work
(movie wise), he's such a solid talent
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Carpe Diem. Oh captain my captain. I love the last scene. I cry every time
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"A Royal Flush is like.....unbeatable"

"Like unbeatable is not unbeatable"

"Hey, I know that now....OKAY?"

Love that movie. Nice list, Lila, All the President's Men, good one. Sting, Fish Called Wanda, all in my collection. The list!
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OK, I don't know if this is the actual order, but I'm going with this. For now.

1. Philadelphia
2. Hard Day's Night
3. Dead Poet's Society
4. Groundhog's Day
5. Airplane
6. Life Of Brian
7. Field Of Dreams
8. Almost Famous
9. Young Frankenstein
10.The Insider
11.Gladiator
12.Dead Man Walking
13.Jerry Maguire
14.L.A. Confidential
15.40 Year Old Virgin
16.To Kill A Mockingbird
17.Good Morning Vietman
18.Shawshank Redemption
19.Wizard Of Oz
20.All The President's Men
21.The Sting
22.Some Like It Hot
23.A Fish Called Wanda
24.American Beauty
25.JFK

Honorable mention: Pelican Brief, Apollo 13, Parenthood, It's A Wonderful Life, Star Wars (et al), Raiders Of the Lost Ark (et al), I Am Sam, Honeymoon In Vegas, Bye Bye Birdie, When Harry Met Sally, What's Eating Gilbert Grape, A Beautiful Mind,...
Great list

I just watched A Hard Day's Night again on HBO today. Classic '60s Brit humor.

I die of laughter whenever Ringo says at the very beginning "kjghj Grandfather hahahahahahahahah!"

Oh Ringo.
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Carpe Diem. Oh captain my captain. I love the last scene. I cry every time
me too
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Oh, man, I cry at a lot of films, too many, really. Some that make no sense, even. But, I digress.
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such as?

gilbert grape always makes me cry

i've gotten teary eyed at random movies
such as in About Schmidt
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I cried about 5 times during Schindler's List.
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I'm ashamed to say I still haven't seen Schindler's List. But always hear how it's a film that makes grown men cry.
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Thanks LMP. I remembered Hard Day's Night BECAUSE it was on today. And we own it. How can you NOT like it!

Again, my list is not really in any order, cuz I can't compare one movie to the next. I like Julia Roberts but I couldn't define a "fave" movie, and that went for other actors as well
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I cried a LOT when I watched Sixth Sense the other day.

Wow, I forgot about Fish Called Wanda and Dead Poet's Society...obviously if it mattered, by this point I would definently be extending my list to at least 75 movies, but I'm not goign to take the time
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I'm ashamed to say I still haven't seen Schindler's List. But always hear how it's a film that makes grown men cry.
It could make Chuck Norris cry, and he doesn't even produce tears.
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