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  1. #51
    Somewhere in time, that is one of my favs too. I also liked "a river runs through it". I just saw a movie called "big fish" recently, that was pretty good too.

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    Gone with the Wind
    To Kill a Mockingbird
    Shawshank Redemption
    The Green Mile
    Princess Bride ("As you wish" still makes me tear up)
    Persuasion (Jane Austen)
    Conspiracy Theory
    Young Frankenstein
    A Fish Called Wanda
    Something About Mary
    all the Austin Powers movies

  3. #53
    heres another that i love "The 3 Amigos"

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  4. #54
    Martha 2, agreed.

    Two more:

    1. Cinema Paradiso
    2. The Bicycle Thief

    I gotta throw in Fast-times at Ridgemont High, Risky Business, Ferris Beuller, Wild at Heart, Grease, Witness For the Prosecution.

    ...there are many.

  5. #55
    1-Les Miserables
    2-Braveheart
    3-Rob Roy
    4-Highlander

    Anything old school Scot If it's nay Scottish it's crrrrap

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    Animal House
    Ghostbusters
    Caddyshack

    plus my earlier entry.

    Alan

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    BEST ONES OF ALL TIMES..........


    RAIN MAN

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  8. #58
    Some other good ones:

    Bad day at Black Rock

    Papillon

    Saving Private Ryan

    Jaws

    Bladerunner

    "So I have stayed as I am, without regret, seperated from the normal human condition." Guy Sajer

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    Shaun, I gots a wee bit of Scottish blood flowing in my veins too, aye. And thanks for reminding me of Braveheart ... few compare to it. But I have to ask: Les Miserables is Scottish? Did I misunderstand? The novel, the opera, and all 27 versions of the movie continue to blow me away ... but Scottish?

    "If it's nay Scottish it's crrrrap!" -- Love it!

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    The Man Who Would Be King.

    Out Of Africa.

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