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No judging allowed - name your favourite film

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WhiskyTangoAlphaFoxtrot · 27/03/2016 17:50

Mine is Airforce One - I absolutely adore it Grin

I feel all patriotic, want to pledge allegiance to the flag (I am not American) and cheer throughout.

It helps that Harrison Ford was my teenage crush, I suppose.

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MeDearNoDear · 27/03/2016 18:12

Trading Places, with Groundhog Day a very close second.

SqueegyBeckinheim · 27/03/2016 18:15

I change my mind on this all the time, but at the moment I think it's Mad Max Fury Road.

MrsPresley · 27/03/2016 18:15

Billy Elliot, absolutely love it!

FiveSixPickUpSticks · 27/03/2016 18:16


BeastofCraggyIsland · 27/03/2016 18:16

Jurassic Park or World War Z. Except at Christmas when it's Home Alone.

TarteAbricot · 27/03/2016 18:16

Waterloo Bridge


The Red Shoes

both beautiful and incredibly sad

tryingtocatchthewind · 27/03/2016 18:18

Jurassic Park (takes me back to being 11, terrified, in the cinema with me family) or an obscure 40s film Genevieve about the London-Brighton run. My family have old cars and the reality of it has me in stitches

Plomino · 27/03/2016 18:18

Jack and Sarah

maamalady · 27/03/2016 18:19

Jurassic Park. So good! Closely followed by Terminator 2, Jaws, and Aliens.

I love Interview With The Vampire too, one of Tom Cruise's few good performances.

SecretWitch · 27/03/2016 18:19

SparklingBrook, I love ALN!!! I also love She's Having A Baby...

melonribena · 27/03/2016 18:19

Con air!
Dance til Dawn

PersonalClown · 27/03/2016 18:19

I have to choose a Marvel. I'd be betraying my geekiness if I didn't. Captain America:Winter Soldier. Although if they meet my expectations, I fully expect it to be taken over by Civil War.

Non-Marvel/superhero/sci-fi/fantasy...Se7en. Brilliant film.

maamalady · 27/03/2016 18:20
CaptainCallisto · 27/03/2016 18:20

It's a tie between The Railway Children and The Lion King.

I swear I have 'grown up' films too!

Sparklingbrook · 27/03/2016 18:21

YY SecretWish, how about St Elmo's Fire, that's my close second. Grin

CaptainCallisto · 27/03/2016 18:21

Wait. Not grown up like adult films. Just, not aimed at children Blush

FellOutOfBedTwice · 27/03/2016 18:23

Forgetting Sarah Marshall. Never fails to make me laugh.

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie · 27/03/2016 18:25

You are all wrong.

The Breakfast Club = officially the very best film ever made.

MrsSteptoe · 27/03/2016 18:26

Can't name one. The Dish, The Godfather, and To Kill a Mockingbird. A heartwarmer, a gem of storytelling and perfect direction, and a tearjerker.
"Miss Jean Louise? Miss Jean Louise! Stand up. Your father's passing."

Sparklingbrook · 27/03/2016 18:27

I do like The Breakfast Club and Pretty in Pink.

HookedOnHooking · 27/03/2016 18:27

Robin Hood Prince of Thieves Easter Blush

musicposy · 27/03/2016 18:28

^agree The Breakfast Club is utterly brilliant.

My favourite film in my formative years, though, was Fatal Attraction. I queued round the block many times to get in to the cinema and see it over and over again.

HookedOnHooking · 27/03/2016 18:28

Closely followed by The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller and Moulin Rouge

NoelHeadbands · 27/03/2016 18:28

trying I love Genevieve, 'hauling like brooligans!' Grin

Sparklingbrook · 27/03/2016 18:29

Oh and if anyone's updating their spreadsheets as a result of this thread I cried laughing at both of The Inbetweeners films, Blush Grin

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