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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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MargaretCabbage · 27/03/2016 18:29

Pee-wee's Big Adventure

Frith2013 · 27/03/2016 18:29

1st - Motorcycle Diaries (favourite film score too

2nd - Shaun of the Dead

3rd - Brief Encounter

VulcanWoman · 27/03/2016 18:29

I've probably watch The Wizard of Oz the most.

Charlesroi · 27/03/2016 18:29

Well, yes, The Life of Brian obviously. I find it wipwoawingly funny Grin

Apart from that - Blade Wunner

AmpleRaspberries · 27/03/2016 18:30

There are loads of films I love, but Pleasantville never fails to make me cry & smile

Helmetbymidnight · 27/03/2016 18:31

Probably a toss up between 'dr zhivago' and 'meet the fockers'

Ah if only these two were combined in one epic film.

hedgehogsdontbite · 27/03/2016 18:32


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ShowOfHands · 27/03/2016 18:33

Brokeback Mountain.

My heart fractured a bit when I read the novella. It shattered when I watched the film.

It's not my sort of thing usually. I like Bourne and Die Hard and Marvel.

However, Ennis and Jack broke me. I still haven't got over it. It's beautiful.

Withershins · 27/03/2016 18:36

Life is Beautiful.

Stratter5 · 27/03/2016 18:39

Day After Tomorrow or World War Z

TheTartOfAsgard · 27/03/2016 18:39

Avengers assemble. Or deadpool. Or Thor. Any of the marvel cinematic universe movies. Outside of that, the usual suspects, dog day afternoon and American history x.

Tartyflette · 27/03/2016 18:40

The Big Lebowski. Jeff Bridges is great. (And in Starman)

Madbengalmum · 27/03/2016 18:46

Ferris buellers day off
Top gun
Pretty woman
My faves

muddymary · 27/03/2016 18:46

Overboard Blush. In RL I'm the biggest feminist going but apparently find the kidnap, fraud and possible emotional abuse of goldie hawn quite romantic.

Mumofone1972 · 27/03/2016 18:49

High society

ISpeakJive · 27/03/2016 18:49

The Intouchables

DaisyDando · 27/03/2016 18:52

Muriel's Wedding.

magicstar1 · 27/03/2016 18:55

Rio Bravo

  • John Wayne and Dean Martin. I watch it about once a week
iwannadancewithsomebody · 27/03/2016 18:55

Clueless, closely followed by Australia. Depends if I'm in the mood for a good cry or not.

I did watch the dressmaker recently and howled

derxa · 27/03/2016 18:57

Gosford Park I always see something new in it.
(Moonstruck Goodfellas Four Weddings Planes Trains & Automobiles...)

HeteronormativeHaybales · 27/03/2016 18:57

Mine are at opposite ends of the high-/lowbrow scale:
Wings of Desire (Wim Wenders) and Dirty Dancing.
I'm rather fond of Brassed Off too.

ProcrastinatorGeneral · 27/03/2016 18:58

Hairspray I think. I love loads of films, but I can watch hairspray three times a week and still enjoy it.

HeteronormativeHaybales · 27/03/2016 18:59

Oh, and Truly Madly Deeply needs a mention. Will shut up now.

EricNorthmanSucks · 27/03/2016 18:59

Reservoir Dogs.
Pulp Fiction.
Silence of the Lambs.
Winter's Bone.

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