Whats your favourite film

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  1. the mul

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    My favourite film is alien and I loved them all, there are of course many more, but I just love alien movies and science fiction films are my passion.

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    Possibly Old School

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    Great choice of films so far and the kids just love the wizard of oz and have watched it many, many, times since I bought it for them.

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    Did that include mine? Anyone like this sort of comedy?

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    Looking forward to the repeats at Christmas. Always a load of films to watch durring this festive period.

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    Yes Jimbob that also included your film as well my friend.

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    Thanks Mul.

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    Good choice brad, I have seen the film a few times and It is a classic my friend.

    Your friend

    :D Stephen :D
     
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    Name the movie....
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    Would it "make your day" if I knew? :)
     
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    I'm a big Marlon Brando fan. Old movies are my favourites.

    Citizen Kane is a great classic too.



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    there is no way I could pick just one movie as my favorite. I have several hundred dvd movies and am adding more all of the time. On a slow day it is nice to just grab a couple of movies and relax.

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    If u like a good classic film, I just love this one.


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    The Shining, then lord of the rings then die hard.
     
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    Excellent movie Stephen. :)

    Another is "To Kill a Mockingbird" with the brilliant Gregory Peck.



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    erm..do musicals count o_O It was on TV !

    Les Miserables
    Soo very dramatic...and the voices of the performers..a dream that makes your
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    But thats not all...maybe later I'll type my 20 page list of fav movies, k ? ;)
     
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    Thanks snowbound for the kind words and u have also chosen a great film as well.

    Your friend

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    "Rear Window" James Stewart and Grace Kelly and any other Alfred Hitchcock movie

    "War of the Worlds" was also an older movie that was well done.
     
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    i like Manhunter :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: edit i mean the one from 1986 :D
     
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    If I'm right, that film was based on the Thomas Harris book...the Red Dragono_O
     
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