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    In no particular order:

    Brazil
    50 first dates
    Office space
    Any harry potter
    Finding nemo
    Last holiday


    I have to think a while to come up with the others

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    Scar - no click flicks?

    Hmmmm. Movies I watch over and over again? Surely this will include some click flicks.

    In no particular order:

    You've Got Mail
    Miracle
    POTC: Curse of the Black Pearl
    Aladdin
    Ever After
    Bridget Jones's Diary
    The Sound of Music
    Apollo 13
    Love Actually
    Forrest Gump

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melanie View Post
    Scar - no click flicks?
    Click?

    Not only that, but none of them have more than 1 "click" in any kind of important role.
    Jeff

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    Another one
    Surfs up

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    Dawn of the Dead (1978)
    Aliens
    Predator
    Big Trouble in Little China
    Ghostbusters
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    Empire Strikes Back
    The Dark Knight
    Major League
    Back to the Future
    Run Disney 2014
    Pop Century 2012
    Disneyland 2012
    Dolphin 2011
    Wilderness Lodge 2010
    All Star Music 2009
    Pop Century 2007
    Polynesian Resort May 2007
    Caribbean Beach Resort Christmas 2005
    Pop Century 2004
    All Star Sports 2001
    Boardwalk Inn 2000
    Polynesian Resort 1996
    Off-Site 1990

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    1. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
    2. Jurassic Park
    3. Finding Nemo
    4. The Little Mermaid
    5. Jaws
    6. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
    7. Lion King
    8. The Lost World: Jurassic Park
    9. Chasing Mavericks
    10. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

    This list changes from day to day, so it'll probably change if someone asks me again tomorrow.
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    Movies I have to stop and watch when they are on TV:


    1. Field of Dreams- I love James Earl Jones' speech about baseball.
    2. Bull Durham- Most of my favorite lines can't be written here, but this one can "Don't think, it can only hurt the ball club". Can't tell you how many Phillies players that I've wanted to say that line!
    3. A League of Their Own- I always get choked up in the scene where the Army messenger comes in to tell one of the women her husband has been killed and you don't know at whose locker he will be stopping and then Tom Hanks' character stops him and makes him hand over the letter. I usually watch the above 3 movies right before baseball season starts to get excited for the season.
    4. Shawshank Redemption- Maryanne explained it very well why I love this movie.
    5. The American President- I'm a big Aaron Sorkin fan. "If anyone is looking for me, I'll be in the other room, give Louis oxygen"
    6. A Few Good Men- see above reason
    7. My Big Fat Greek Wedding- My Mom's family is Spanish, but some of the things said can apply to any ethnicity and make me laugh.
    8. When Harry Met Sally- This came out while I was in college just outside NYC and it takes me back to my younger days.
    9. Good Will Hunting- This movie just makes me feel good. I can't help smiling with Ben Affleck when he goes to Matt Damon's house and he has left to follow Minnie Driver.
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    This is such a difficult exercise to go through, but I'll throw my top ten out there in no particular order ...
    1. Gladiator
    2. The Great Escape
    3. Jaws
    4. Star Wars
    5. Tombstone
    6. Back to the Future
    7. Raiders of the Lost Ark
    8. Field of Dreams
    9. Apollo 13
    10. Saving Private Ryan
    Honorable Mentions: These films might have made my top ten list on a different day, as they're largely interchangeable with some of the ones above.
    • The Godfather
    • Silence of the Lambs
    • Shawshank Redemption
    • Airplane!
    • The Naked Gun
    • The Wizard of Oz
    • Mary Poppins
    • Cars
    • Pulp Fiction
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    Not in any particular order.

    Dances with Wolves
    The Shawshank Redemption
    The Green Mile
    Pulp Fiction
    Field of Dreams
    Some Like It Hot
    JFK
    Awakenings
    L.A Confidential
    The Usual Suspects

    These sort of lists change on a daily basis so would also like to mention the following

    Casino Royale & Skyfall
    Schindlers List
    The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
    Gladiator
    Blazing Saddles

    These sorts of lists can be endless. But great fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scar View Post
    Click?

    Not only that, but none of them have more than 1 "click" in any kind of important role.

    Is that the answer????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian View Post
    This is such a difficult exercise to go through, but I'll throw my top ten out there in no particular order ...
    1. Gladiator
    2. The Great Escape
    3. Jaws
    4. Star Wars
    5. Tombstone
    6. Back to the Future
    7. Raiders of the Lost Ark
    8. Field of Dreams
    9. Apollo 13
    10. Saving Private Ryan
    Honorable Mentions: These films might have made my top ten list on a different day, as they're largely interchangeable with some of the ones above.
    • The Godfather
    • Silence of the Lambs
    • Shawshank Redemption
    • Airplane!
    • The Naked Gun
    • The Wizard of Oz
    • Mary Poppins
    • Cars
    • Pulp Fiction

    Ian I would have never guessed you to be a Mary Poppins fan.
    Rita (aka NJGIRL)

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Reservoir Dog View Post
    Not in any particular order.

    Dances with Wolves
    The Shawshank Redemption
    The Green Mile
    Pulp Fiction
    Field of Dreams
    Some Like It Hot
    JFK
    Awakenings
    L.A Confidential
    The Usual Suspects

    These sort of lists change on a daily basis so would also like to mention the following

    Casino Royale & Skyfall
    Schindlers List
    The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
    Gladiator
    Blazing Saddles

    These sorts of lists can be endless. But great fun.
    What....Where is Reservoir Dogs....when I saw your post that was the first thing that popped in my head.
    Rita (aka NJGIRL)

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJGIRL View Post
    Is that the answer????
    Oh, sorry, yes.

    But don't get me wrong... I love some chick flicks. Pride and Predjudice (Colin Firth version) Sleepless in Seatle (even Rosie O'Donnel couldn't ruin that), and a few others.
    Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJGIRL View Post
    Ian I would have never guessed you to be a Mary Poppins fan.
    Is that a good movie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scar View Post
    Oh, sorry, yes.

    But don't get me wrong... I love some chick flicks. Pride and Predjudice (Colin Firth version) Sleepless in Seatle (even Rosie O'Donnel couldn't ruin that), and a few others.
    LOL! YES (P&P '95) and yes (on the RO thing)! But P&P being a miniseries, I'm going to start another thread on that.

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    I make no attempt to say these are best for all, but they are the ones I watch over and over.

    Raiders
    Star Wars (New Hope and Empire)
    Star Trek Wrath of Kahn and Voyage Home
    Any Bond with Connery
    Tombstone ("I'm your Huckleberry" -Doc / Kilmer character is fantastic)
    Singing in the Rain (Can't really explain why I like this one)
    Blazing Saddles
    All of the Die Hard Movies ( Live Free my favorite)
    Lord of the Rings, Return of the King
    Avengers

    I also love most Steve Martin and Chevy Chase movies
    Jeff

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    1. Wizard of Oz. My Gram and I wore out multiple VHS copies of this one.

    2. Tombstone. Val Kilmer as Doc Holiday is a sight to see.

    3. Up. 5 mins of little talking that always reduces me to tears.

    4. Love Actually. Love how all the storylines end up interwoven.

    5. Dazed and Confused. Hilarious, awesome soundtrack.

    6. Casablanca. Classic.

    7. Bringing Up Baby. Another classic.

    8. 16 Candles. Love the little brother and Long Duck D.

    9. On Golden Pond. Henry Fonda and Catherine Hepburn, doesn't get better.

    10. Tangled. First Disney movie I saw with my niece. I'll love it just for the look it put on her face.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PirateLover View Post
    6. "Major League"- Being huge baseball fans, my friends and I are always quoting this movie. "Back up the truck!!!"
    Was watching this again tonight and realized that the quote I chose is actually from Major League II! Haha! Should've went with "Are you trying to say Jesus Christ can't hit a curve ball?"
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    1. Terminator
    2. Death Race 2000
    3. Swiss Family Robinson
    4. Solyent Green
    5. Krull
    6. Heathers
    7. The Fifth Element
    8. Beauty and the Beast
    9. Brave
    10. Tangled

    As you can see I am a bit of a sci fi geek and I especially love older sci fi, but I would also add that anything with Bruce Willis in it can be added to that list.
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    I need to add Excalibur, the performance by Nicol Williamson as Merlin was terrific.
    Dave aka: Altair
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