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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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BirthdayBetty · 27/03/2016 19:30

Sense and Sensibility
Erin Brockovich

YaySirNaySir · 27/03/2016 19:32

Casualties of war
The Birds
The Wicker man

rugbychick · 27/03/2016 19:33

Dirty Dancing (watched a gazillion times)
Pretty In Pink
Mamma Mia
Love Actually
Priscilla Queen of the Desert

These are just off the top of my head

EvenGirlCowsGetTheBlues · 27/03/2016 19:33

Sgtmajormummy ... WT* ... a TIM ROTH film I do not know and never heard of and I work in film ... WOW ... I have to watch this film ... I love these posts ...


SkyWasMadeOfAmethyst · 27/03/2016 19:34

Ferris Buellers Day Off
The Princess Bride

Possibly the best though is:
Las and The Real Girl (Ryan Gosling is brilliant and it was filmed near where I grew up so the scenery is eerily familiar)

Voteforpedr0 · 27/03/2016 19:34

Forrest Gump

lucysmam · 27/03/2016 19:38

Ooooh, Labyrinth as well come to think about it!

And I rather like Clueless too

HootOnTheBeach · 27/03/2016 19:39

Chicken Run

marshmallowpies · 27/03/2016 19:43

I can never decide on a favourite film but the ones I've watched most often are:
LA Confidential
Silence of the Lambs (though I have to leave the room at certain moments)
About a Boy (young Nicholas Hoult so sweet)

AnneEyhtMeyer · 27/03/2016 19:44

While You Were Sleeping.

I watch it regularly and I'm not even embarrassed.

80sMum · 27/03/2016 19:45

I can't pick just one! Here's a shortlist (in no particular order).
The Sting
Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid
Back to the Future
All Quiet on the Western Front
Groundhog Day
The Life of Brian
Brief Encounter
Lawrence of Arabia
Where Eagles Dare

EllaHen · 27/03/2016 19:45

It's going to be one of the Gilmore Girls feature films when they come out this year.

KinkyDorito · 27/03/2016 19:47

I don't have a favourite that springs to mind, but two that I never get bored of because of how amazing they are are Willow and Jaws.

kennyp · 27/03/2016 19:47

tootsie. it's one of the very very few films that doesn't make me cry.
borat and bruno don't make me cry, having thought about it.

bibbitybobbityyhat · 27/03/2016 19:47

West Side Story

Andrewofgg · 27/03/2016 19:49

Airplane. Obviously.

hornetgirl · 27/03/2016 19:51

27 Dresses

Hepzibar · 27/03/2016 19:56

White Christmas

(Got loads of others but can never resist WC)

Capaxapt · 27/03/2016 19:57

Any Carry On Film with Kenneth Williams
The Krays
Loved watching Disneys Robin Hood, when my older children were small, loved Terry Thomas :)

MadamDeathstare · 27/03/2016 20:00

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FrankiesKnuckle · 27/03/2016 20:04


Or Mr Hollands Opus.

Or Muriel's Wedding.

captainproton · 27/03/2016 20:06

the good the bad and the ugly, A matter of life and death, dr strangelove, life of Brian, goodbye mr chips, Groundhog Day, meet joe black, Galaxy Quest

ShelaghTurner · 27/03/2016 20:06

To Sir, with love

Or life of Brian
Or Muriel's Wedding
Or the original Hairspray

Katedotness1963 · 27/03/2016 20:09

Con air
The Great Escape
Gone with the Wind
Groundhog Day

ijustwannadance · 27/03/2016 20:10

The man with 2 brains
As good as it gets
The usual suspects
Legally blonde (I know it's bad but watched it the other night and still loved it)

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