Anything scary, I'm a sucker for horror movies. Stephen King rocks, he's one of my all time faves. Aside from those, I like Little Women, The Little Princess, Anne of Green Gables..etc, those are classics! I'm a movie fanatic.
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How about the old Vincent Price flicks? He had such a wonderful voice, I'd watch his movies just to get the chance to listen to him. He was the master of the macabre.
I got to meet Vincent Price in 1982, he came to town to address a crowd at the high school and we interviewed him that morning, on the radio. He was one of a kind.
I loved when he narrated The Black Widow on Alice Coopers album - Welcome to my Nightmare. I had Vincent sign that album in 82 and 20+ years later, finally got to meet Alice Cooper and have him sign it, too. He was amazed that I had thought to have Vincent Price autograph the album and mentioned that it was the first time, that he remembers, that they had both autographed the same album. Who knows, it might be worth money someday, but I'll never part with it. Ah, memories.
An intelligent deaf-mute is better than an ignorant person who can speak.
Wow, reading everyones list of favorites made me remember a lot of good movies I had forgotten!! I, too, love comedies, and psychological thrillers. We loved the 1st and 2nd "Home Alone" movies. Both "Ghostbusters", "Planes, Trains and Automobiles" is hilarious:) , All The Chevy Chase "Vacation" movies, esp. the first one going to Wally World ( which around here is what we call Walmart) and the Christmas one. And even though I'm not a big Jim Carey fan, I loved him in "Bruce Almighty". OH!!! And both "Father of the Bride Movies". Steve Martin and Martin Short crack me up.
"Life is mostly froth and bubble; one thing stands like stone. Kindness in anothers trouble, courage in your own"
oh yeah bassett vincent price too. i remember he was in some movie with jack nicholson before jack was famous. (pretty sure anyway) then i remember the pit and the pendulum well. i just joined netflix so i look forward to many movies to come.
i am a movie addict. i just went through and arranged all the DVD's i have and counted them to 86. for each DVD i have i have at least 10 VHS tapes .... thats a guess because i am too afraid to count them all LOL.
my absolute favorite movies of all times are to kill a mockingbird, miracle on 34th street, tango and cash, halloween,(the first one) and lastly, finding nemo. my favorite genre of movies is horror, followed by action/adventure, and then comedy.
the list of movies i love is way too long, but the ones i listed are ones that i could watch forever, over and over and still watch them like its the first time i am seeing it.
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Jaws (the original) "Smile, you son of a <ka-pow!>" Napolean Dynamite -- "You're ruining everyone's life and you're eating all the steak!" Office Space -- "Yeaahhhh... That would be greeeaaat." Holy Grail -- "Now we see the violence inherent in the system"
Dallasgoldens, I had no idea that anyone else out there had seen The Last Unicorn (songs performed by America...LOL!) I LOVE that movie, and have it on DVD. I also like: *The Vacation movies *The Lord of the Rings trilogy *Anything with John Candy (esp. Summer Rental...lol!) *The Monty Python movies *Wild Hearts Can't be Broken *Horror flicks that are more psychological than gory (like Saw, Texas Chainsaw...stuff that could actually happen rather than like Boogeyman & Dark Water crap) *anything with Will Ferrell in it...he's hilarious! *Lethal Weapon (any) ***I HATE romantic comedies...they make me gag and want to kill myself with all the sappiness.
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I loved it, althought it scared me when it first came out. I was around 4, or I think I was. I didn't like the harpy scene. I have the song downloaded to my mp3 player, along with the other Kenny Logens did for his son.