Favourite Film of all Time

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Bead Krazy Dawn
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Post by Bead Krazy Dawn » March 23rd, 2008, 8:52 pm

Oh WOW, people have some great movie choices.

I love old movies and there are so many great ones. Had a hard time picking one. It was between Little Lord Fauntleroy from 1936 with Mickey Rooney and Freddie Bartholomew and Broadway Melody of 1940 with Eleanor Powell and Fred Astaire.

Very different but two favorites. Ouch ! Okay. Broadway Melody 1940.
It's funny, romantic, dance filled and the clothes are awesome. Not to mention it's an Astaire film with a great story line, which was rare.

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Post by jjmckool » May 4th, 2008, 8:13 pm

Favourite? Because it's stood a slight test of time as favourite, I have to stick with The Crow. Others I've liked more at times, but it's always a constant. There's easily better movies, more important, more well-done, more thought-provoking, but it's just great in it's simple, dark mood. It doesn't even align with my philosophy on life, which I guess puts it up there.

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Post by John Lieder » May 7th, 2008, 8:03 pm

Seen it a hundred times, know every line and every song. The flying monkeys still freak me out. -- The Wizard of Oz

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