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the movie that you've never seen. that's regarded as a classic

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southeastastra · 08/11/2007 22:18


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HairyIrene · 08/11/2007 23:06

charlie chaplin

gimme buster, howard or the boys laurel and hardy anyday..

KerryMum · 08/11/2007 23:07

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pinkteddy · 08/11/2007 23:08

Titanic, absolute pants from beginning to end. If you want to see a film about the titanic, there is an old black and white one I think called a night to remember which is miles better.

Haven't seen Citizen Kane either or To have and have not. Breakfast at Tiffanys thought book was better than film, though film is good too!

HairyIrene · 08/11/2007 23:08

i love a bout de souffle lennygirl
they always lighting fags
run in sunlight streets with short hairdo
jean paul belmondo
spring time paris
whats not to like...

TheYoungVisiter · 08/11/2007 23:09

hmm... ok challenge to Kerrymum... what about Ran? (Akiro Kurosawa?) I have seen that though.

Kill Bill - is that a classic? Never seen it anyway.

kindersurprise · 08/11/2007 23:09

Trainspotting. Brother got that from the videostore a few years back. Watched the first 5 mins. Ewwww. Went to bed

Not watched the whole of Jurassic Park as I was too scared. Made DH leave the cinema with me too. That was DB's fault too, he said it was not at all scary.

electra · 08/11/2007 23:09

Blue Velvet is v good imo. The one I have never seen is Casablanca.

HairyIrene · 08/11/2007 23:09

kerrymum er, is that the point?

LadyOfWaffle · 08/11/2007 23:10

Maybe we need a MN meet up where we all watch Citizen Kane! I just watched a Laurel and Hardy earlier, knocks spots off of most crap nowadays.

LadyOfWaffle · 08/11/2007 23:11

Streetcar Named Desire I have only seen abit of, I am always busy when it is on.

kindersurprise · 08/11/2007 23:12

I can't believe there is anyone in UK who has not seen the Sound of Music. What do you do on Christmas Day?

KerryMum · 08/11/2007 23:12

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lennygirl · 08/11/2007 23:12

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HairyIrene · 08/11/2007 23:12

prefer black and white films
casablanca is great movie love humphrey bogart
try key largo..maltese falcon
whatever happended to baby jane?
the swimmer

hollywood much mmore exciting to me in the past than now

LadyOfWaffle · 08/11/2007 23:13

I haven't seen it, I refuse.

KerryMum · 08/11/2007 23:13

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HairyIrene · 08/11/2007 23:14

lennygirl get breathless.. the point to find films you never eard of or to point out classics that we think are not...

TheYoungVisiter · 08/11/2007 23:15

I love nouvelle vague, all that drifting cigarette smoke and moody shots of legs in pre-war nylons.

Never seen Bambi ! Do you think I am too old to cry at the mother dying now, or will I experience it from a maternal pov?

lennygirl · 08/11/2007 23:15

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francagoestohollywood · 08/11/2007 23:19

Apocalypse now . always managed to miss the ending.

HairyIrene · 08/11/2007 23:19

did a book on him once, the citizen kane guy it was based on randolph hearst iirc
marion davies was his long term squeeze but she had the hots for...
..oh i love this period
hollywood bablyon

is it time for my close up mr de mille?
nah, its time for bed

KerryMum · 08/11/2007 23:19

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