Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

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Indiana Jones,, Yes!! thanks! temple of doom, never heard of it. sounds good.

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Wow ! you've never seen this? Its a fantastic movie ! You will love it. "Doctor Jones!, no time for love!"

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If you're talking about the 80s, The Breakfast Club is my favorite. BTW, I saw Beetlejuice in theaters when it was first released. I remember thinking it was THE coolest movie ever made at that time. lol I was 7 or 8 years old!

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"Stand By Me" I think I must've watched it like 20 times. The first time I was about 8.<br />
By "old time movie" I mean a movie I've seen when I was a kid. Cause I've liked much older films, but I saw them later in life.

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I'd have to say The Wizard of Oz. That movie never gets old. For good old - fashioned melodrama tho, can't beat "Mildred Pierce", starring Joan Crawford. "Get out, Veda! Get out before I kill you!"

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Shawshank Redemption.

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Casablanca<br />
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Timeless

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"Round up the usual suspects."

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I hate to think of 'Beetlejuice' as an old time movie. Loved it as a kid.

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Clue

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Although "Beetlejuice" is by most accounts NOT an "old time" movie I did enjoy it. I would recommend, "The Little General". Now THAT'S an old one.

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im 25 years old so i can consider beetle juice as one of my oldies.. lol but i take it as the little general being a true oldy.. thanks for your answer!

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It's actually one from the silent era but Buster Keaton is a master at visual storytelling. There's a LOT of old movies out there for us all to discover. :)

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yeah totally agree..

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Beetle Juice is like my favorite!
Indiana Jones
Jumanji
Flash Dance
Dirty Dancing
Saturday Night Fever
Ferris Bueller's Day off
Young Frankenstein
Hitchcock movies

Ahh, soo many. They're not all OLD but still faves

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Oh and The Burbs with Tom Hanks

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