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Do you have a favourite movie?

If so, what makes it your favourite?

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Yes, Twisted Pair by Neil Breen. It makes me so happy to watch, the visuals are stunning and the acting intensely good.
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Original post by rubymacbeth
Yes, Twisted Pair by Neil Breen. It makes me so happy to watch, the visuals are stunning and the acting intensely good.


I have not heard of it before, though I am interested to watch with your description. Is it available to stream?
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Thank you! I’ll watch as soon as
Original post by user1567945
If so, what makes it your favourite?


The Italian job
Just my luck
Matilda
Original post by user1567945
If so, what makes it your favourite?

Polar Express
Reply 7
Dope. I saw it recently. What makes it your favourite?
Original post by Mohammed_80
Polar Express
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nice variety! Haven’t heard of just my luck. Love Matilda, a classic. Have you seen the musical version?

Original post by Emma:-)
The Italian job
Just my luck
Matilda
Original post by user1567945
Dope. I saw it recently. What makes it your favourite?

The Christmas vibe
Miracle On 34th Street (1994 version).
Pan's Labyrinth. I tend to like anything with a fantasy/ mythological theme plus I'm interested in the historical period it's set in & I've enjoyed most of Guillermo del Toro's films.
Original post by user1567945
nice variety! Haven’t heard of just my luck. Love Matilda, a classic. Have you seen the musical version?


Yeah, just my luck came out in 2006. The band mcfly are in it. Lindsay Lohan is in it as well. It's well worth a watch.
Yeah I saw the musical version on Matilda in London last year.
I have sooo many favorite films I like that I have no preference.
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The Italian job
10 things I hate about you
Original post by user1567945
If so, what makes it your favourite?


Probably In Bruges.

Really excellent storytelling, sharp witty dialogue and you can tell the actors are having great fun with it, some excellent performances.

-Sam
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Great movie!
There’s a scene in “not another teenage movie” that parodies the heath ledger scene where he sings in the bleachers, which I found really funny.
Original post by harlz_chalamet
10 things I hate about you
Reply 18
It's A Wonderful Life

The Searchers

Two Rode Together

The Magnificent Seven

The Great Escape

Guns Of Navarone

North By Northwest

Spartacus

The Godfather

The Deerhunter

Jaws

Carry On Camping :dance:

In The Heat Of The Night.

Guess Who's Coming To Dinner (I have a massive crush on Sidney Poitier)

If it wasn't so ******* harrowing I would add 'Whatever Happened To Baby Jane'. Also harrowing is 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' due to the terrifying child-snatcher

Cinema Paradiso

Jean De Florette

Strictly Ballroom

The list reflects my parents addiction to Westerns and war films and doing an American Studies module at university (me not them).
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Reply 19
Original post by Kallisto
I have sooo many favorite films I like that I have no preference.

List them?
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