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I have a bunch that I like for different reasons. Comedy: "The Naked Gun" - The best bathroom humor in a movie ever! I couldn't stop laughing when Frank Drebin took a potty break with his mic on. *fart fart fart* "Oh no!" Haha! Sci Fi: "Terminator" 1 and 2 - Action, special effects, and the line "I'll be back." Who could ask for more? Well, maybe you all could but not me! ;) Super Heroes: "The Avengers" - C'mon...Iron Man, Black Widow, Thor, and the Hulk all in the same movie? I can't wait for the second..Look out Thanos! Animation: "Aladdin" - really loved Robin Williams performance as Genie. Horror: Anything by John Carpenter -"The Thing" and "Halloween." Oh yeah, I know it's more of a spoof but "Army of Darkness" kicks butt. No one does over the top like Bruce Campbell. Foreign: "The Killer" - Probably Chow Yun Fat and John Woo's best movie together. It might be a little melodramatic at times, but it delivers! If anyone has anything more to add to the lis
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Most any movie with Clark Gable , Humphrey Bogart , Burt lancaster in it.<br />
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I love the Star Trek series of Movies.

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I could fill this answer box, tho I won't put you thru that! My favorite actor is Jeremy Irons, 2 of his movies are on my "faves" list: " Damage", & "The Man in the Iron Mask." The movie I have watched the most number of times is "Bonnie & Clyde." Favorite comedy is "Groundhog Day." Animated is tough, so many cool ones, tho I'd probably choose the "Shrek" flicks. Favorite westerns are "The Magnificent Seven" , & "Shane." Not a big fan of horror, tho I love Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho," if that counts! I have several old b & w favorites that I've also watched multiple times, but I'll put the brakes on here!

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Oops, I forgot sci-fi: "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," original 50's version. There have been several "remakes" of this classic, but only the 70's one with Donald Sutherland was decent!

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I love so many movies and you've all named quite a few of them ... but all time favourite, would be Breakfast at Tiffany's w/ Audrey Hepburn, hands down, every time!

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You gotta love movies from that era. They had a kind of charm. Right now I'm thinking "Love is a Ball" with Glenn Ford and Hope Lange...and Ricardo Montalban.

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Good Movie. I also love An Affair to Remember with Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr

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Gone With the wind<br />
Silence of the lambs<br />
Tank Girl <br />
The little girl who lives down the lane <br />
Lolita (1997)<br />
It happened one night <br />
Casablanca<br />
House on Haunted Hill<br />
Girl Interrupted

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Just to name a few: Chinatown, Fist of Fury, Seven Samurai, The 36th Chamber of Shaolin, A Chinest Ghost Story, Alfie, The Abominable Dr. Phibes, etc.

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7 Samurai another classic...I believe it was the inspiration for the Magnificent 7... Did you ever see Yojimbo?

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No, not yet unfortunately. I saw the anime adaption of Seven Samurai called Samurai Seven (lol) imho it's a brilliant piece of work in its own right.

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Gone With the Wind<br />
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Natural Born Killers<br />
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The Deer Hunter

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Gone With the Wind...that's a classic

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Spongebob Squarepants the movie

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haha I need to see that one

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Its good.

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David Hasselhoff makes a cameo

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The part with him was weird

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