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1. Morgan Warner/Redgrave
2. Rush
3. Wild at Heart
4. The Deer Hunter
5. Star Wars (all of them)


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1. Casablanca
2. The Ghost and Mrs Muir
3. Schindler's List
4. Sense and Sensibility (Ang Lee)
5. Hopscotch


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I don’t think I’ve been to a first run movie for over 10 years.

Do all of our selections have to be “talkies”?
 
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I like movies.
I rewatch movies.

Favorites? I donno...
Hard to name any.

I continue to enjoy:

White Christmas
Eat Pray Love
Bourne Identity
Stardust
Mary Poppins


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Life of Pi is an amazing film


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The newest remake of True Grit is pretty awesome, too.


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Originally posted by rontuner:
I like movies.
I rewatch movies.

Favorites? I donno...
Hard to name any.

I continue to enjoy:

White Christmas


I love that movie; almost put it on my list. My mom and I used to watch it every year at Christmas. Holiday tradition, good memories.....


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Holiday Inn, too.


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I have a hard time with this as I am not a big movie watcher....

The Red Violin
Babbett's Feast
Its a Wonderful Life
Jane Eyre (1943 with Orson Welles, Joan Fontaine and 11 year old Elizabeth Taylor)


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Holiday Inn, too.


Holiday Inn was a tradition we shared with my brother-in-law and his wife every Christmas. He and his wife would have our immediate family (his sister, me, all our children who were available in this area) over for a Christmas-time dinner and afterwards we would always watch Holiday Inn and eat Christmas cookies and drink coffee.

That movie has special meaning for me.

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White Christmas used to be our "day after Thanksgiving" movie. We probably went 15 years straight, but are less structured now.

I have to admit to enjoying rewatching parts of the Harry Potter series...


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For holiday movies, It's a Wonderful Life and Miracle on 34th Street (well, and Love Actually, that's a holiday movie, isn't it?) have the highest replayability for me.
 
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Jack,

"Beauty and the Beast - Cocteau not Disney"

I'd like to see this.
 
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To Kill a Mockingbird
A Nun's Story
Tous le Matin du Monde
Dr. Zhivago
Lillies of the Field
The Littlest Hobo
 
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