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Sunday, October 16, 2016

Question Of The Day 10-12-16


144 comments:

Anonymous said...

My Cousin Vinny

Anonymous said...

Princess Bride
Shawshank Redemption
Galaxy Quest

Anonymous said...

"Mr. Roberts"

Anonymous said...

CONCUSSION

Anonymous said...

Dirty Dancing

World Grease said...

the 5th element

Anonymous said...

National treasure. Book of secrets.

Anonymous said...

Bladerunner and Groundhog Day.

Anonymous said...

Ice Age Continental Drift. I love Granny!

Anonymous said...

St Vincent with Bill Murray

Anonymous said...

Plan 9 From Outer Space.

Anonymous said...

M (1931).

Anonymous said...

#1 Old Yeller, #2 To Kill A Mockingbird

Anonymous said...

The Usual Suspects

Anonymous said...

I'll also name two. The Shawshank Redemption and O' Brother, Where Art Thou?

Anonymous said...

The Cowboys.

lmclain said...

The Ten Commandments.

Anonymous said...

Brave heart and Gladiator

Anonymous said...

Bride of Frankenstein

Anonymous said...

Monty Python's The Holy Grail

Anonymous said...

To Kill a Mockingbird

Anonymous said...

Shane

Anonymous said...

The Ghost & Mr. Chicken

Billary12@gmail.com said...

Signs

Anonymous said...

Gone with the Wind and Jaws

Anonymous said...

I'm such a goob but Black Stallion

Anonymous said...

Midway
The Replacements
Rudy
Top Gun
Hoosiers

etc war and sports

Anonymous said...

blazing saddles
kelly's heroes
dirty dowzen
quiet man

the list is too long, and most of them are older movies

Anonymous said...

Top Gun

Anonymous said...

My Fair Lady.

Anonymous said...

Blazing Saddles

Anonymous said...

Godfather & On Golden Pond.

Anonymous said...

Dave T: Easy question, The Godfather !!!

Anonymous said...

Brokeback Mountain and anything with Judy Garland.

Anonymous said...

'Where Eagles Dare' with Richard Burton and a young Clint Eastwood. Awesome WWII movie from 1969.

Anonymous said...

Tombstone
Godfather
Blazing Saddles

Anonymous said...

Back to the Future, Star Wars 4, 5, 6, 7, Raiders and Temple of Doom, Airplane!, someone already beat me to Groundhog Day and Blade Runner, Ghost Busters (original), Tropic Thunder, Hot Rod, Half Baked, Super Troopers, Raising Arizona, Star Trek 4, Monty Python's Holy Grail and Life of Brian, National lampoon's Vacation, Fletch 1 and 2, Bill and Ted 1 , a Christmas Story, Step Brothers and the Other guys. Probably only half of my list, just what I can think of off the top of my head.

Anonymous said...

The Hunt for Red October

JoeAlbero said...

The Rat Race, Best In Show, Billy Jack, Rocky.

Anonymous said...

planet of the apes (with charlton heston)

Anonymous said...

Forrest Gump

Anonymous said...

Natural Born Killers, at the opposite spectrum the Greatest Story Ever Told.

LuCinda said...

Tombstone
Pulp Fiction
Sabrina
Wizard of Oz
Jackie Brown
French Kiss
Murphy's Romance

Anonymous said...

Forrest Gump, and the Bucket List

Anonymous said...

The Bucket List
The American President

Not Quite Understanding said...

Insatiable! A true classic!

Anonymous said...

The Thin Red Line, Avatar, The Professionals (1966), Bad Day at Black Rock.

KCSr said...

Sands of Imo Jima
Jaws
The Natural

LadyLiddy said...

Goodfellas!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Willow and The Thing (1981 version),

Anonymous said...

scent of a woman.... the natural....

Anonymous said...

The Godfather
Jaws
Back to the Future
Shawshank Redemption
Caddyshack
Kingpin
Point Break

Anonymous said...

How To Murder Your Wife, Some Like It Hot, Days Of Wine And Roses.

Anonymous said...

Scarface, The Godfather, Sid and Nancy, Dirty Dancing, Saturday Night Fever, Gone With the Wind

Anonymous said...

As Good as it Gets
Sandlot
The Sand Pebbles

Anonymous said...

Field of Dreams.

Anonymous said...

Vanishing Point (1971), the Hobbit movies.

Anonymous said...

All the Rocky Movies, Star Wars a new hope, and The Wizzard of Oz!

Anonymous said...

Sgt York.

Anonymous said...

It's a Wonderful Life

Anonymous said...

The Sound of Music

Anonymous said...

The Hangover Movies

Anonymous said...

Dusk Till Dawn, Man From Earth, The Nines.

Anonymous said...

BRAZIL - DeNiro the ultimate HVAC tech!

Anonymous said...

Jeremiah Johnson and Saving Private Ryan

Anonymous said...

Brilliant!

Anonymous said...

Pretty Women

Anonymous said...

Another Earth.

Anonymous said...

Sweet Home Alabama

Anonymous said...

The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951?), Invaders From Mars (1953), Mars Attacks!, 2001 A Space Odyssey.

Anonymous said...

Dirty Dancing
Ghost

Anonymous said...

Serenity.

Anonymous said...

The Money Pit

Anonymous said...

grease

Anonymous said...

Fight club, and to all the other fans here, it's about time to "make soap"

Anonymous said...

The Man Who Fell To Earth, The Man Who Would Be King, City Of Men.

Anonymous said...

Dreamer.

Anonymous said...

Wayne's World

Anonymous said...

Omega Man.

Anonymous said...

King's Row.

Anonymous said...

Reefer Madness.

Anonymous said...

Godfather 1, Cool Hand Luke,,, Hoosiers,,,,Rudy,,,,,Shawshank redemption,,,,,Raging Bull,,,A few good men,,,,,,

Anonymous said...

White Heat w/ James Cagney
and The Godfather movies

Anonymous said...

Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid, Twelve O'clock High.

Anonymous said...

Wedding Crashers and Pretty Woman

Anonymous said...

A Clockwork Orange, and If.

Anonymous said...

The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner, Sink The Bismarck.

Anonymous said...

The Notebook

Anonymous said...

Fargo.

Anonymous said...

True Grit the original with "The Duke"

Anonymous said...

We Were Soldiers, They Were Expendable, Midway.

Anonymous said...

The Magic of Ordinary Days
Forrest Gump
You've Got Mail

Anonymous said...

Shawshank Redemption is a really good one

Anonymous said...

Point Break
Road House
Dirty Dancing
My Cousin Vinny

Anonymous said...

Christmas Vacation

Anonymous said...

Pretty Woman
Pride and Predjudice
Dirty Dancing
TItanic

Anonymous said...

Brave Heart !

Anonymous said...

Grandma's boy lol

Anonymous said...

Up in Smoke, Animal House & Caddy Shack are the trilogy of my all time favorite movies.

Anonymous said...

The Birdcage

Anonymous said...

Dirty Dancing and an Officer and a Gentleman. Love them both.

Anonymous said...

"Bringing Up Baby" with Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn a classic comedy. Makes me laugh every time I see it!

Ron burgundy said...

Anchorman

Mr glass said...

Unbreakable

Gator said...

The other guys

Jimmy boy said...

Brokeback mountain

The penguin said...

Billy Madison

Anonymous said...

Planes, Trains and Automobiles (w/Steve Martin & John Candy 1987).

Anonymous said...

This movie is the sleeper it's one of the best movies I've watched.

Anonymous said...

Basic Instinct

Anonymous said...

Green Mile, Miracle in 34th St., Its A Wonderful Life...Classics!

Anonymous said...

Mrs. Doubtfire, Pink Floyd's The Wall, Dr. Strangelove.

Anonymous said...

Heat

Anonymous said...

Amalie, Run Lola Run, Vanilla Sky, Requiem For A Dream, in the hat order, all four movies my then-late teen son got for me when I was down with the flu with a 102° temperature. I think he was trying to kill me. I know for sure that I had some really bizarre dreams. I still like Amalie and Run, Lola, Run, but the other two are just too weird for me to see again.

Anonymous said...

The Terror From Outer Space, Alien, Aliens, Predator.

Anonymous said...

Grounghog day with Bill murray, tombstone..love Val Kilmer as Doc holiday...gone with the wind, and Yankee doodle dandy..James Cagney...love that movie the songs make me so proud.and happy...

Anonymous said...

Blazing Saddles

Anonymous said...

National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation

Anonymous said...

Pretty Woman and
Dirty Dancing.

Anonymous said...

Tombstone

Baby bird said...

Anaconda

Anonymous said...

Every year, in winter I spend a weekend watching Godfathers I, II, & III in continuity. every year, I see something I missed.

Anonymous said...

Red Dawn (1984 version)
Road House
Green Berets

Anonymous said...

THX 1138
the lathe of heaven

Anonymous said...

I love musicals and my all-time favorite is
Sound Of Music. Beautiful music combined with
intriguing drama of Nazi takeover of Austria.

Non-musical pick would be Hunt For Red October.

Anonymous said...

Breakfast Club
My Cousin Vinny
Fridays

Anonymous said...

2:24-You need to get out more and get some fresh air.

Anonymous said...

Angel A, La Strada and Freaks (and every other Tod Browning film with Lon Chaney, Sr.)

Anonymous said...

North By Northwest, Niagara, Monkey Business, Arsenic And Old Lace.

Anonymous said...

The Nutty Professor (Jerry Lewis).

Anonymous said...

The Great Escape, Stalag 13.

Anonymous said...

Forbidden Planet, Pan's Labyrinth, Labyrinth.

Anonymous said...

Pulp Fiction

Anonymous said...

The Birdcage (actually all of Robin William's movies)

Anonymous said...

The Good the Bad and the Ugly. Everytime.

Anonymous said...

I forgot about "It's a Wonderful Life" until I read it in a comment or 2,but I've seen that movie every year for the last 40 at least.

Anonymous said...

12:18
Says the troll on a friendly forum, and one not about politics for once! Everyone had posted interesting ideas, then there was your post. You sound like a real ass. Good job!

Anonymous said...

Carmen Jones, Wizard of Oz, American History and Independence Days.

Anonymous said...

Full Metal Jacket & The Fifth Element. And don't forget Tora, Tora, Tora!

Anonymous said...

Miracle On 42nd Street.

Anonymous said...

The Longest Day, Platoon, The Lost Battalion.

Anonymous said...

Dirty Harry

Anonymous said...

Footloose
Top Gun

Anonymous said...

I am seeing a lot of good movies and I am also seeing a lot of people that ......................... well you know.