What are your 5 all time favorite movies?

You can name more if you wish.:slight_smile:

Hey, you’re starting the topic, where are your own picks??? :p:D
Here are mine:
1.) When Harry Met Sally
2.) The Sound Of Music
3.) A Christmas Story
4.) The Wizard of Oz
5.) Heart and Souls
:slight_smile: I’ve given ten before, but five is much harder!!!

  1. Citizen Kane
  2. Holiday Inn
  3. 7 Up/14 Up/21 Up, etc. - documentary following a group of English kids through their lives.
  4. Shoah - documentary about the Polish Nazi death camps
  5. The Passion of Christ - even though I’ve never seen it, I’m glad Mel Gibson made it

In no particular order:

The Jerk
The Blues Brothers
Full Metal Jacket
The Outlaw Josey Wales
The Godfather

Fiddler on the Roof
Terms of Endearment
Wizard of Oz
Napoleon Dynamite
White Christmas
Christmas in Conneticut
Miracle on34th Street
Fried Green Tomatoes

In the Mood for Love
Andrei Rublev
Roman Holiday
Charade
Lost in Translation

Rocky I
Vertigo
Midnight Run
The Heat
Mr Goodbar

  1. The Avengers (Just watched it last night)
  2. Act of Valor
  3. How to Train Your Dragon
  4. Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
  5. Get Smart

Though I have a ton of favorite movies, these are the biggest ones I could think of.

It’s Groundhog Day - again! :smiley:

  1. Sound of Music
  2. Green Dolphin Street
  3. Wizard of Oz
  4. GWTW
  5. Anything with John Wayne

One of the funniest and most underrated movies around!!

disclaimer I am fully aware this list may cause me to lose a few respectability points, but here goes.

In no particular order…

-For quotability, “Robin Hood: Men in Tights
-For rewatchability, “Ghost Busters
-Because it makes me laugh every time, “Wayne’s World
-For sentimental reasons, “A League of Their Own
-Because its so funny, “What About Bob?
-Because it’s a good indie film, “Ghost World

Dare I admit that I generally utter a quote from Men in Tights at least once a week? No… no, I don’t think I should admit that.

1.) Casablanca 2.) It’s a Wonderful Life 3.) Vertigo 4.) Grumpy Old Men 5.) Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

Do you mean Heat, the De Niro/Pacino movie?

My list

Blazing Saddles
Shawshank Redemption
Braveheart
Lord of the Rings
Cool Hand Luke

All Mel Brooks movies are very quotable. Blazing Saddles and Spaceballs are both great movies for quotes.

“Roses are red violets are blue, I’m a schizophrenic and so am I.” ‘‘Death therapy Bob, it’s a gauranteed cure.’’:smiley:

hmmmm, maybe:)

Wizard of Oz
Mary Poppins
Its a Mad Mad Mad Mad World
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
Its a Wonderful Life

  1. August Rush
  2. How to Train your Dragon
    3.* 007: GoldenEye*
  3. Disney’s Mulan
  4. My Big Fat Greek Wedding

:smiley: Those would be my top favorites. Others include…

  1. The Emperor’s New Groove
  2. Inception
  3. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
  4. Home Alone
  5. Pirates of the Caribbean
  6. Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland

citizen cane
casablanca
vertigo
gone with the wind
a Christmas story

Black Beauty (1994)
The Sound of Music
The Princess Bride
The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada
Babel

The last two are unsettling; perhaps they stand out to me for being thought-provoking and memorable instead of being heart warming favorites.

Animal House
10 Commandments
Grease
Armageddon
Dune
ET
The Matrix
Shrek
Sound of Music
Wizard of Oz
West Side Story
King and I

Thank you for saying I could list more than 5. :smiley: :popcorn:

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